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A View from Space, a new, highly interactive, hands-on science exhibit, will allow visitors to see the world from a satellite's perspective. This exhibit will run from... details>>
How People Make Things tells the story of how everyday items are manufactured and brings to life the people, ideas and technology that transforms raw materials into finished... details>>
These panels, originally displayed in South Park during a Lawrence, Kansas, celebration commemorating Juneteenth's 150th anniversary in 2015, are being sponsored as a Black... details>>
Historian and author Ian Spurgeon will discuss and sign his book, "Soldiers in the Army of Freedom: The First Kansas Colored and the Civil War's First African American Combat... details>>
Step back in time to the 1850s as Esther Kreek describes how a family celebrated Christmas in their pioneer home. Esther will be dressed in period clothing and will play music on the Hammered Dulcimer. She will tell of the family's trip on the 1855 Midwest frontier, the preparation for Christmas dinner, the guests who will be joining them, the toys made for the children and the celebration in the church. Extra parking on NW and SW corners of 99th and Holme. Use 99th St. side door to enter.
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