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Saturday, July 30 2016

History has vague records of when the first meeting between Native Americans and African Americans occurred. This exhibit explores the African-Native interconnectedness, from the colonial era to present day.

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Monday, July 25 2016

The August issue of the Missouri Conservationist featuring articles on Missouri's caves, quail hunting, Discover Nature schools, the Missouri State Fair and much more is now available to download.

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Monday, July 25 2016

Galleries to feature Marion and Henry Bloch Collection, with Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art on view for first time in a decade and incorporating the Bloch Collection into the museum’s permanent collection of European art.

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Thursday, July 07 2016

Among projects receiving support are the popular 6 by 6 Ready to Read program, the Meet the Author series, the annual teen literary magazine elementia and the biennial Library staff development program Leadership.

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Wednesday, July 06 2016

Take a backstage tour of this facility and enjoy the unique beauty of this amazing facility. Hear the story about the large sculpture at on the ceiling. Learn about the unique carvings on the wall, check out the green room and take center stage.

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Wednesday, July 06 2016

Never-before-exhibited Benton still-life original oil painting to have public debut in a one-year exhibit at Kansas City Home and Studio of famed artist. Produced shortly after beginning his art career in New York City in 1912, this untitled work is an example of young Benton’s attempt to paint in the style of the French artist, Paul Cézanne.

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Wednesday, July 06 2016

Anglers can check out rod and reel combos along with tackle boxes that include items such as hooks, weights, lures and bobbers. The fishing gear loaner program helps families and new anglers connect with nature through fishing.

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