Presentations and discussions about Kansas. Free.
Speakers, writing workshops, and events exploring the importance of free speech in today’s society for the Pulitzer Prizes Centennial. Free.
A statewide initiative featuring the Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition Kansas tour and local history projects exploring people’s relationship with water.
Readings and discussions about poetry. Free.
Speaker, book discussions, and film discussion exploring the experiences of Africans in Midwestern communities. Free.
Book discussions with facilitator. Free.
A pop-up display from the National Archives to commemorate the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights. Free.
Reader’s theater featuring stories of Kansas land and environment and the “Border War” along the Kansas-Missouri stateline. Free.
Short documentary films that explore the unique stories of our state. Free.
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