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Kansas Day Presentation: "Who are the Kanza?" - Jan. 31

Expires [Saturday, January 31, 2015]

CONTACT:April Bishop
Cultural Arts Coordinator
(913) 663-9157

EVENT:Kansas Day Presentation: “Who are the Kanza?”

DATE:Saturday, January 31, 2015

TIME:10:00 a.m.

LOCATION:Historic Oxford Schoolhouse
Ironwoods Park
14701 Mission Road, Leawood, KS 66224

ENTRY FEE:Free Admission

Historic Oxford Schoolhouse presents “Who Are the Kanza?”

The Leawood Historic Commission and the docents of the Historic Oxford Schoolhouse will host a fascinating program on Saturday, January 31, 2015 beginning at 10:00 am at the Historic Oxford Schoolhouse located in Ironwoods Park at 147th & Mission Road, Leawood, Kansas 66224.

Hear an informative program on history of the Kaw Nation. The Kaw, also known as the Kanza or Kansa were the first inhabitants of the state named in their honor. Learn about the tribe’s culture, traditions and lifestyle.

Kansas will celebrate 154 years of statehood the day before. Following the presentation, children are welcome to stay and participate in Kansas Day activities.

The Oxford School docents encourage history buffs of all ages to visit the Oxford Schoolhouse and enjoy this free presentation on January 31st. In case of snow, check the weather line for cancellation 913-982-2433.

Reservations are not necessary. For more information please phone 913-663-9157.

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