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Thursday, July 30 2015

Experience hundreds of fluttering butterflies at Kansas City’s botanical garden and learn how you can aid the monarch butterfly, which has seen decreasing populations in recent years by landscaping with plants and trees that will help improve the health and numbers of monarchs and other pollinators.

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Thursday, July 30 2015

The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures (T/m), formerly the Toy and Miniature Museum of Kansas City, will reopen on Saturday, August 1 after an $8 million renovation.


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Tuesday, July 21 2015

Gems for Genealogists: beat the heat and get your history! Connect with the National Archives without ever leaving home. The National Archives YouTube channel has terrific video workshops for genealogists.


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Monday, July 20 2015

When the lunar module lands at 4:18 p.m EDT, only 30 seconds of fuel remain. Armstrong radios "Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed."


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Monday, July 20 2015

The exhibition features Australia’s best known war artists, including George Lambert and Arthur Streeton, and the works highlight the crucial role Australians played in some of the most defining moments in modern history.

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Monday, July 20 2015

The itinerary includes a guided tour of the Jazz Museum in the morning and a tour of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in the afternoon.  For lunch, it's off to Arthur Bryant's Barbecue, which has hosted presidents, movie stars, and barbecue lovers from all over the country.

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Monday, July 20 2015

Dedicated to stories from Senator Robert Dole’s decades-long advocacy for people with disabilities and featuring documents from the Dole Archives at the Dole Institute of Politics the exhibit gives a glimpse into his perspective and the nature of his leadership.

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Thursday, July 09 2015

In conjunction with this exhibit, The Weston Chamber of Commerce will also host a local exhibit in the chamber office to honor the memory of Weston's own fallen soldier, Spc. Colby M. Farman.

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