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JohnsonCountyMuseum
Award-winning long term and changing exhibitions as well as education programs. The Museum is a great place to learn and have fun. KidScape is a favorite!
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JohnsonCountyMuseum 3h
The Johnson County Museum and the are open regular hours today. Come check us out! Museum open 9:00am - 4:30pm.
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 15
Unfortunately, the Lunch & Learn program scheduled for tomorrow (Sat. 2/16) at has been cancelled due to the inclement weather. We will definitely reschedule, and are looking at dates in April.
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 15
Our Lanesfield School site, normally open 1-5pm, is CLOSED today, Friday 2/16, due to inclement weather.
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 15
The escape room created is up and running! Call (913) 715-2570 today to reserve your slot (at least one week prior). And use this link to get the Groupon we created!
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 13
If you have not reserved your spot on this Sat. (2/16) "Behind-the-Scenes Tour," call (913) 831-3359! Your chance to go to staff-only areas and see what is not on exhibit!
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 13
This Sat. (2/16) is our rescheduled Lunch & Learn program about 1920s fashion. Going to be fun, speaker is bringing original clothing with her! Call (913) 831-3359 to register. Bring your own lunch.
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 12
Some hot tips from about the research resource, the Obituary Index. Read more about it here in the latest JoCoHistory blog post:
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 9
Tues. (2/12), 's "History on Tap." Delve into the history of the 18th & Vine District. Call (913) 831-3359 to register. Museum admission, drinks, and snacks incl.!
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 8
's "Kids Day Out" programs on Feb. 18 and 19 have space available! Just $30 per child per day, 7:30am-6:00pm. Call (913) 715-2570 with questions and to reserve your child's spot!
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 7
and are OPEN today, but give yourself plenty of time and be careful on roads, sidewalks, and in parking lots.
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 5
This Fri. (2/8): Homeschool History Adventures discovers "Made in JoCo!" Innovation, teamwork, entrepreneurs, and products, all from . Program starts at 10am, $6 per child. Call (913) 831-3359 to register today!
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 1
Replying to @JoCoMuseum
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 1
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...an individual or family from the African American community who made an impact on this county's history. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more posts relating to Black History Month... (3/4)
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 1
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...it every day in our exhibits and tours. The African American experience in Johnson County has not always been positive, but learning about this history is vital to understanding the county we see around us today. Each week in February, we will highlight... (2/4)
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Feb 1
In advance of Black History Month (February), wrote about the history of African American migration to for the blog. The Museum is proud not just to post about black history in February but actively engages with this history and discusses... (1/4)
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Jan 31
Our office-mates at the get some well-deserved recognition! Congrats on your anniversary season, !
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Jan 31
Jazz Storytelling this Sat. (2/2) at 10am, and The Bookmobile, 10:30-12:30! $5 adults, $4 seniors, $3 kids, museum members FREE. With 's exhibit, and in cooperation with !
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Jan 30
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JohnsonCountyMuseum Jan 29
Summer Camp registration at is now open! Don't delay, see all of the options and register at the link below!
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WornallMajorsMuseum Jan 29
Happy ! Did you know that the front yard of the Majors House is actually in Kansas? Family legend is that he grazed his oxen in KS Territory so he wouldn't have to pay taxes on the animals.
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