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Get ready for baseball season with a fun event celebrating baseball history! You may have heard of the Kansas City Monarchs, one of the most revered teams of the Negro... details>>
Please join us for the ribbon-cutting ceremony, short speeches honoring the generous donors and volunteers, the first tours of the museum and its exhibits, and refreshments.... details>>
Weekends in April and May enjoy spring farming activities, stagecoach rides, blacksmith and cooking demonstrations and exhibits in the Heritage Center. (Closed Easter... details>>
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To an 1850s Kansas Territorial Town Hall political meeting. Members of the Lecompton Reenactors acting troupe will present the play Bleeding Kansas... details>>
With instruction from restoration expert Bob Yapp, participants can restore and weatherize nine complete, double-hung windows in Constitution Hall. Learn how to:
Freedom's Frontier began as a grassroots effort through the work of people just like you, who were concerned about our landscape and understood that we have an important, nationally significant story to share about the struggle over freedom on the frontier, a struggle that shaped our nation's history, a struggle that remains relevant even today.
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We appreciate your interest and involvement in Freedom's Frontier and look forward to your participation. Join us in our efforts by signing a partner pledge and returning it to the Freedom's Frontier office.
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We welcome you to join us at our partner meetings that take place every other month.
The May 11th meeting will be held at the Poplar Heights Living History Farm in Butler, Missouri. Meeting time is 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. with opportunities to "tour on your own" after the meeting. We will be meeting in a wonderful barn that has been completely restored. There is much to see and do at Poplar Heights!
Lunch is $11 per person.