Traveling Exhibits Coordinator

Kauffman Museum is currently seeking a Traveling Exhibits Coordinator to join our team! 

A traveling exhibit exploring community science and the Audubon Christmas Bird Count that aims to increase awareness of, appreciation for, and conservation of our respective local bird populations.

This exhibit is currently under development.

Upcoming Events

Faspa: Mennonite Charcuterie

Faspa: Mennonite Charcuterie

Our Spring Celebration! Celebrate the coming of spring with a take-away Faspa meal. Mennonite communities have been sharing faspa, a light evening meal of bread, meat, jam, and cheese, for centuries. Here's your chance to share in that tradition! Register for a meal...

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Visit Kauffman Museum virtually! Watch, Listen and Learn through videos, podcasts and exhibit interactives.

Sunday-Afternoon-at-the-Museum: “Sisters, Scientists, Friends and Birders,” Lorna Habegger Harder

February 11, 2024

Sunday-Afternoon-at-the-Museum: “The Western Meadowlark: The State Bird, but Not the Only Exceptional Bird in Kansas” – Gregg Friesen

January 7, 2024

“The Anabaptist Story Lives On: The Odyssey of an Organ, Immigrant Furniture and Traveling Exhibits”

January 12, 2021

“Mennonite Peace Efforts under Communist Observation,” Pastor Bernhard Thiessen

May 21, 2023


27th and North Main St.
North Newton, KS 67117
Across from the main campus of
Bethel College


(316) 283-1612
Mailing address:
300 E. 27th Street
North Newton, KS, 67117-1716


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Major Holidays