Established in 1874, the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department has for 138 years protected our citizens while keeping abreast of changes in criminology, transportation, technology, and society. This long and colorful history is examined in a new exhibit, Kansas City’s Finest.
For nearly half a century Americans coped with the possibility of atomic war as a regular part of their daily lives. Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow, a new exhibit by Kansas City-based ExhibitsUSA, looks at how everyday citizens responded to this threat.
Mass merchandisers used atomic imagery to add excitement to products and packaging. Comic books, monster movies, and toy ray guns created an alternate set of coping mechanisms for a nation constantly under siege from messages of impending annihilation.
Hixon transformed the field of portrait photography in Kansas City and the surrounding region during a career that spanned more than seven decades. His studios—the first in the Brady Building at 11th and Main Streets, and the second just one block west in the Baltimore Hotel—welcomed thousands of patrons throughout the 1910s and 1920s.
To most local landscape architects, Hare & Hare is a household name. The firm has left an indelible mark on some of the most iconic and often-visited areas of Kansas City—the Country Club Plaza, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Loose Park, Ward Parkway, and Mission Hills among them.
Friday Forum with the American Association of University Women
This program is geared toward those who want to stay informed on the current scene. Topics will be decided based on participant contributions and interests.
This story time and play group promotes literacy in children with the participation of caring family members in activities that explore the world of language using stories, songs, and crafts. This weeks theme is "Happy New Year!"
Want to do more with those holiday pictures? This class explores the GIMP which is a powerful photo editing program. Learn how to process your own pictures with this program. Best of all learn where you can get your own copy of this software for your own computer for free. Call 701-3449 to register.
Celebrate the new year a little early at Friday Night Family Fun! Enjoy a New Year’s Eve Party for kids, complete with crafts, stories, games, and other activities. We will count down to “midnight” and ring in the New Year. All ages are welcome.