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  • 3/18/2020 12:00:00 AM  |  Kansas City, MO

    Kansas City's Guadalupe Centers: A Century of Serving the Latino Community

    This yearlong exhibit chronicles the 100-year history of Kansas City’s Guadalupe Centers, Inc. – and by extension, the history of the city’s thriving Hispanic and Latino community. Founded in 1919, Guadalupe Centers is the longest continuously running Latino-serving organization in the country. On display through May 2020. View during regular library hours. Check the library's website for exact hours, and dates the library will be closed....details >>

  • 3/18/2020 10:30:00 AM  |  Lawrence, KS

    Watkins Tiny Tours

    This mini program for our smallest museum visitors is a wonderful way to bring history alive in a fun and active way. Every second Wednesday of the month, August through May, students will look at artifacts, read a story, sing songs, and do some coloring. Open to parents and preschools alike! To cover our supply costs, we ask adults to contribute $2 per student. To register, email Lead Educator Amanda Burkhart at >>

  • 3/18/2020 12:00:00 PM  |  Lawrence, KS

    Living With Limitations

    Featuring documents, artifacts, and sensory-friendly interpretation, this exhibition will present a history of how Lawrencians with disabilities have adapted and explore the support institutions available to aid those with limitations today. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10 AM-4 PM....details >>

  • 3/18/2020 6:00:00 PM  |  Kansas City, MO

    Victorians Uncovered - Altered States: Victorian Drug Users

    Event one in our three part educational happy hour series featuring the surprising lives of Victorians and little-known secrets of Victorian society. From morphine to opium, Victorian society was adventurous and even wild in their pursuit of altered states. How did Victorian drug culture emerge and what can explain their desire for experimentation and oblivion?...details >>

  • 3/18/2020 7:00:00 PM  |  Shawnee, KS

    History on Tap - 1920: The Year That Made the Decade Roar

    We will look at how World War I dramatically affected every aspect of life in the early Twenties by Dr. Richard (Shawn) Faulkner, Professor of Military History at Fort Leavenworth. Karla Deel, founder and editor of SqueezeBox City, an online magazine dedicated to the history and culture of Kansas City, will follow with a look at 1920. It really was the year that made the Twenties roar – nationally and locally! Sponsored by Callsign Brewery dedicated to veterans....details >>

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