Jammin’ on the Green - Victor and Penny
July 24, 2014
07:00 pmBack by popular demand! Playing vintage guitar and ukulele, Victor and Penny will delight you with music and song they call Antique Pop. They bring a fresh twist to music of the early twentieth century. Listen, dance, jive! Jammin’ on the Green - Grand Marquis
August 28, 2014
The Grand Marquis have that classic, timeless 'straight-from-the-Kansas City-speakeasy' sound while injecting a vibrant relevance into their brand of hot swinging jazz & jumping blues. Versatile and buoyant, distinct and refreshing - a rhythm cocktail served by masterful musical mixologists. Date:
Shawnee Town Craft Fair
September 20, 2014
09:00 am to 04:00 pm
Shoppers can browse through close to 100 craft booths featuring the handmade creations of jewelers, weavers, chefs, woodworkers, and other artisans at Shawnee Town 1929’s 39th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair on Saturday, September 20th between 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. We will have several food booths on hand to meet the needs of your taste buds! Admission is $1.00 at the gate, and all proceeds benefit the Shawnee Town 1929 Museum’s interpretive and educational programs. Don’t miss out! This is a must for all craft lovers! For more information call (913) 248-2360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2nd Tuesday of the Month, April to OctoberTime
: 7:00 p.m.Location
: Town Hall at Shawnee Town Museum, 11600 Johnson DriveDetails
: Free and open to the public (913) 248-23602014 Speaker Series
(pdf)Marshall Ensor and Wireless Radio in the 1920s - Larry Woodworth, W0HXS, Manager, Ensor Park & Museum
August 12, 2014
07:00 pmIn the 1910s as a boy, Marshall H. Ensor W9BSP, developed a serious interest in radio. He was 16 when he joined that growing bunch everywhere who built simple equipment to listen AND talk using a wireless radio. By 1922 he had acquired a Federal Radio operator’s license. By the late 1920s, Marshall was teaching radio “by radio” in his own home. Come and hear how an Olathe dairy farmer made good!
Marshall Ensor’s home in Olathe is on the National Register of Historic Places and the Register of Historic Kansas Places.The American Home and the Model A - Sheryl Winkinhofer, Northwest Missouri Model A Ford Club
September 9, 2014
07:00 pmUsing popular publications and advertisements along with other historical data of the times, Sheryl Winkinhofer has researched what the American home looked like from the late 20’s to the early 30’s at the zenith of the Model A. She will explore the many options available to the “modern” home owner. Be prepared for a few surprises along the way! We are fortunate once again to have the Northwest Missouri Model A Ford Club with us who will bring their cars to the event. Come and win a free ride in one of these beautifully restored vehicles!Voices in Bronze and Stone: Kansas City’s World War I Monuments & Memorials - James J. Heiman, Educator and Author
October 14, 2014
07:00 pmAuthor and professor, Dr. James J. Heiman will provide us with a first-hand account of Kansas City’s experience of World War I – from eye-witness reports on the home front to the stirring stories of heroism on the battlefield. Through his descriptions and information about the 19 different World War I memorials built in the late 1910s and 1920s throughout Kansas City, he will give voice to the men and women who built and dedicated the monuments and the 440 men and one woman whose stories the monuments commemorate. Copies of Voices in Bronze and Stone: Kansas City’s World War I Monuments and Memorials will be available for sale and autographs.