On January 29, 1861, Kansas became the 34th state in the United States of America. There is no better way to celebrate than by reading great books set in Kansas.
When traveling involves a road trip, I find it hard to pass up the chance to visit a cave. And I know I’m not the only one that feels this fascination with those mysterious places. On a recent vacation in Branson, my daughter and I saw a billboard advertising the Smallin Civil War Cave in Ozark, MO and we just couldn’t resist stopping.
Fanfare, please! 15 titles have been honored as Kansas Notable Books of 2014. Check ‘em out here at your library!
Hear the true story of how an assassination brought about the first World War. At 7pm in Marvin Auditorium is where the action is.
“I thought it was going to be a novelty act” “We begged our landlady to let us come to her apartment and watch them on her TV” “Everyone said Paul was the cute one, but when I saw George Harrison through the binoculars …”. These are quotations from some area residents who were sharing their […]
This Kansas Day program gives you an understanding for just how much life in Kansas has changed since the mid-1800s Join us Jan. 29 for this informative and engaging event featuring re-enactors.