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Thursday, May 26 2011
Children will explore the mysteries and discover the histories of St. Joseph historic sites June 27 - 30.
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Wednesday, May 25 2011

Discover nature by exploring some of the 700-plus miles of foot, bicycle and equestrian trails on conservation areas.

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Wednesday, May 25 2011
“Gone fishing” signs will be posted on doors across the state June 11 and 12 as Missourians enjoy a favorite outdoor pastime at no cost.
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Wednesday, May 25 2011
The Museum has introduced a new Family Guide, a 14-page booklet that sends children on a scavenger hunt through the Museum’s world-class collection. Made possible by a donation from the Kansas City Chiefs, the Guide is a free resource available to all families who visit the Museum.
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Wednesday, May 25 2011
Winners in both youth and adult categories will be selected at the end of the summer
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Wednesday, May 25 2011
The Johnson County Museum will change the hours of operation at its three locations beginning June 1, 2011.
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Wednesday, May 25 2011
Custom “big rig” traveling museum – developed in partnership with National World War I Museum – celebrates 75 years; stops in 75 cities to raise awareness, funds to preserve cultural history
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Sunday, May 08 2011
A new fishing dock and motorized trail ride program provides greater accessibility to citizens with mobility difficulties.
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Sunday, May 08 2011
The program will offer a training program in Kansas City to those interested in learning more about nature and wishing to teach others or conduct service projects.
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