Tag Archives: cowboys

Humanities Happenings 5/20-5/22

This almost-summer weekend features events covering classic summertime topics like baseball and soda fountains, plus cowboys and Thomas Hardy. Explore this weekend’s Humanities Happenings: Garden City: Far From the Madding Crowd Gabriel Oak watches Bathsheba, the impulsive young mistress of Weatherby Farm, … Read full article »

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Humanities Happenings 4/15-4/17

One weekend, many stories. Which humanities event will you choose to explore the stories that carry our culture? Arkansas City: Community Cookbooks of Kansas Community cookbooks have carried the stories of Kansas women over the years, sharing sentiments of home, family, … Read full article »

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Humanities Happenings 3/11-3/13

  Like Cowboys? You’re in luck! Cowboys are the topics of three presentations and discussions this weekend, along with Mexican American fast-pitch softball, Nicodemus, and the Underground Railroad. Plus, ongoing exhibitions in Colby, North Newton, and Wichita. There are plenty … Read full article »

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Give Traditions

When you give to KHC, you give traditions passed between Kansans of different generations and cultures. Jim Gray shared the traditions of cattle covers with a young cowboy at his Speakers Bureau presentation of “Head’ Em Up and Move ‘Em … Read full article »

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Scene Steeler

Each day, KHC  features the hot topics and great speakers in the Speakers Bureau catalog. Today’s featured presentation is “A Photographer’s Work and the Work of Western Kansas” by Jim Hoy. In 1890, photographer Francis Marion Steele arrived in Dodge City to … Read full article »

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