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Wednesday, April 29 2015

Set in the tumultuous year of 1945, the exhibition uses the history of the war as a backdrop to the momentous events of that year.

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Wednesday, April 29 2015

The exhibition showcases objects and documents from more than 20 countries across the world – the most encompassing special exhibition in the Museum’s history – including Bulgaria, The Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland, Australia, India, Germany, Montenegro, Poland and the United States. The vast majority of items are on exhibition for the first time at the Museum.

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Wednesday, April 29 2015

Past and present connect in a selection of photographs of American servicemen and women dating from the Civil War to recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan at Nelson-Atkins Museum.

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Wednesday, April 29 2015

Select pieces of original furniture and historical artifacts are coming back into Corinthian Hall and the Carriage House of the Kansas City Museum in a new exhibition titled "Divining the Museum: Visions of Past, Present, and Future" on display from May 7 through June 13, 2015.

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Wednesday, April 29 2015

A blockbuster exhibit that uses the magical fun of LEGO® pieces to connect visitors with the wonders of the natural world will make its outdoor debut at Powell Gardens, Kansas City’s botanical garden™, starting May 2.

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Tuesday, April 14 2015

"Freedom's Frontier and other national heritage areas receive grant funding from the National Park Service, but must match grant funds with local dollars," said Julie McPike, Managing Director of Freedom's Frontier.

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Tuesday, April 14 2015

Tours will begin at the Brown v. Board site, where participants will board a shuttle to transport them to the Ritchie House, Constitution Hall, the former Buchanan School, and back to the Brown v. Board site.

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Sunday, April 12 2015

Workshops and 2nd Annual "Get Outdoors Day 5K."

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