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This year’s Lunch and Learn series features programs inspired by our summer exhibit, From Ottawa to “Over There”: Franklin County Goes to War. The summer’s final topic will... details>>
Enjoy 1860's living history activities with a different theme each Thursday night in June and July. Admission to the historic site is free. Small fee for stagecoach rides... details>>
Enjoy a different living history theme each Wednesday and Thursday in June and July. This day camp is an open house format and features crafts, activities and stagecoach... details>>
Enjoy a concert by the Olathe Civic Band at 7:30pm along with 1860's living history activities. Bring your picnics, blankets and chairs to enjoy ground based 19th century... details>>
Features talks, tours, demonstrations, and living history programs about Fort Scott’s role in the pivotal events of American History in the place where it happened! Visitors... details>>
Reenactment of an 1850s Territorial Kansas town hall political meeting. Members of the Lecompton Reenactors acting troupe will portray some of the famous and not-so-famous Kansans from the turbulent time period known as "Bleeding Kansas." Join Governor Charles Robinson and his wife Sara Robinson, Jim Lane, John Brown, Sr., Clarina Nichols, Sheriff Samuel Jones, Missouri Senator David Atchison, Governor Andrew Reeder, Dr. John Stringfellow and Mahala Doyle.
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