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Friday, September 18 2015

Exhibit offers a window into Latino life during the more than two-decade period from the end of World War I to America's entry into World War II, in which the Guadalupe Center emerged as a community anchor.

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Tuesday, September 15 2015

The museum, one of only five recognized on the top 25 list from the Midwest and the only museum from Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa or Arkansas, houses the most diverse collection of World War I objects in the world.

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Tuesday, September 15 2015

Celebrate nature and learn skills Sept. 26 at Family Outdoors Day in Lee's Summit. Family Outdoors Day welcomes those experienced with rod or gun and those who would like to learn about angling and shooting sports. All activities are free.

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Tuesday, September 15 2015

Grow Native! is selling two books on native landscaping and the importance of choosing natives to increase the ecological functionality of your yard, campus, school, or park!

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Tuesday, September 01 2015

The longest continuously operating organization serving Latinos in the United States, The Guadalupe Centers, Inc, will present awards and scholarships at its annual gala on September 18, 2015.

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Tuesday, September 01 2015

The inaugural Night at the Tower benefit event, a free launch party for apparel brand BENRUS and the second annual KC Games for Good are among the September events at the National World War I Museum and Memorial.

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