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“Wild Words: Poetry & Prairie” – Aubrey Streit Krug, director, Perennial Cultures Lab, The Land Institute
Through poetry, Wild Words celebrates the innate relationship Kansans have with the prairie. During the summer of 2023, Humanities Kansas is partnering with Kansas cultural organizations to distribute free copies of this original poetry chapbook within their...
A local birding expert will lead a one-hour, 1.5-mile walk along Bethel’s Sand Creek Trail looking and listening for birds. Trail terrain is uneven. No cost. Binoculars recommended but not required.
The Teschemacher cabinet organ has been part of the same Mennonite family since it was purchased by Johannes Deknatel in the late 1750s. Rosi Penner Kaufman ('85) and Donna Hetrick ('91), both organ teachers at Bethel, will share about the history of this gem and play...
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- Of Land & People Audio Stories
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- Special exhibit virtual tours and exhibit interactives:
- Recent events featured below, or our Kauffman Museum media archive on YouTube
“Mennonite Peace Efforts under Communist Observation,” Pastor Bernhard Thiessen
May 21, 2023
“Of Wool & Silk: Textile Explorations in Central Asia,” Dr. Mary M. Dusenbury
May 20, 2023
“The Past in the Present” with Justina Neufeld and Janine Wedel | Living Endowment Dinner 2022
Oct 23, 2022
“Decommissioned Missile Silo Sites: Reminders of Our Past and Future” | SAAM
Sept 18, 2022
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North Newton, KS 67117
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300 E. 27th Street
North Newton, KS, 67117-1716
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