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  • 1/17/2019 9:00:00 AM  |  Overland Park, KS

    The Turbulent Twenties

    AAA estimates that 112.5 million Americans traveled over Christmas and New Year holidays in 2018 (about 1-in-3 Americans). The vast majority—more than 102 million—drove to their destination. Americans love their cars. Johnson County Museum’s temporary exhibit, “The Turbulent Twenties,” is on display through May 11, 2019. The exhibit explores many facets of American culture in the 1920s, both nationally and locally....details >>

  • 1/17/2019 10:00:00 AM  |  Lawrence, KS

    Wee Walk: Who Made Those Tracks?

    Who made those tracks? We will learn about who made the tracks in the snow! Program will include a walk, story time, and a craft. Children must be accompanied by an adult and registration is required. Don't forget to dress for the weather and wear your walking shoes!...details >>

  • 1/17/2019 11:00:00 AM  |  Lecompton, KS

    On Migration to Douglas County - A Traveling Exhibit

    This traveling exhibit features 13 panels that focus on how communities in Douglas County were populated. A variety of stories are included in the exhibit that was funded by the Kansas Humanities Council and Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area with support from the Douglas County Heritage Office. The exhibit will open at the Territorial Capital Museum on January 15th and will run through March 15th....details >>

  • 1/17/2019 6:30:00 PM  |  Prairie Village, KS

    Kansas Day Series: Hidden History of Kansas

    Adrian Zink, author, will tell the story of Kentucky Derby winning horse Lawrin and his Prairie Village roots. Zink's book, " Hidden History of Kansas," covers dozens of overlooked true stories from Kansas History. Kansas Day Series continues on Jan 24 at Leawood Pioneer Library and Jan 30 at Monticello Library....details >>

  • 1/17/2019 7:00:00 PM  |  Kansas City, MO

    The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington

    Author Brad Meltzer, whose nonfiction book (same title as the program) will be discussed, wrote about an elite group of soldiers handpicked to serve as Washington's bodyguards in the months leading up to the Revolutionary War. These disloyal soldiers schemed with New York Governor William Tryon and New York City Mayor David Mathews to kill Washington. The Library Institute and Rainy Day Books sponsor the author's presentation....details >>

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