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Join us for a day at the farm! Entertainment and fun for all ages! Music, dancing, crafts, games, Stable T petting zoo, "milk a cow", "rope a steer", storybook trail,... details>>
Imagine a time when sidewalks were wooden. A new museum exhibit examines what it meant to found a town on the prairie in the mid-1800s, when many people from the eastern U.S.... details>>
A collaboration between the National World War I Museum and Kansas City Public Library, Great War | Great Read encourages people to engage in works about World War I through... details>>
Join us for a day of remembering the tastes of yesterday's heirloom fruits & vegetables. Stop by our booth for free samples of salsa, heirloom tomatoes, pickles, jellies,... details>>
This year’s symposium examines the history and legacy of the American Civil Rights movement. At 9 a.m. Tufts University’s Leslie Brown examines the early years of civil rights activism. At 10 a.m. the University of South Carolina’s Patricia Sullivan explores the pivotal year 1963 and the March on Washington. A Kansas City Civil Rights Roundtable convenes at 11:30 a.m., and a panel discussion begins at 12:30 p.m.
Symposium workshops are ideal for teachers in grades K-12. Public is welcome.
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