mark your calendaR

clinton Lake Historical Society's

annual membership meeting

APRIL 24TH

All event dates are subject to change, based on the fluid situation with COVID-19 and social distancing. We urge you to call 785-783-4420 before planning any visits to the museum.

THROUGH APRIL 2021

Museum Available for "By Appointment Only" Visits

During our off-season the board is preparing its exhibits and programs for next spring and we look forward to being able to open our museum to the public in 2021. Until then, you can still visit by appointment only. Please call the museum's reception desk at 785-783-4420 and leave a message to visit or research. For a more immediate response, feel free to call Vice President Saundra Hiller directly at 620-654-6143.

Saturday, APRIL 24, 2021; 1:00 PM

Annual Membership Meeting

Tentatively, the board has set Saturday, April 24th for the Clinton Lake Historical Society's annual membership meeting. Since safety and social distancing is forefront in the planning, the meeting might look or be a little different than year's past. Keep checking back for details as we work through logistics. In the mean time, mark your calendars and SAVE THE DATE.

MAY 2021

Remembering Richland Featured Exhibit

The Remembering Richland Exhibit is scheduled to open in May 2021. When unveiled next spring, we will have a more comprehensive exhibit than originally anticipated and we are beyond excited to share it with you.

A few activities to keep in mind that will coincide with the opening of the exhibit in May 2021:

VIP Social Event

The board will be setting a VIP Social Date for museum members and exhibit donors to get a sneak peak of the much anticipated homage to Richland.

Richland Community Events & Homecoming Fair

A reenactment of the Richland Homecoming Fair is penciled in for next May. Watch for details!

​​Call us:

785-783-4420

Email us:

wakarusavalleymuseum@gmail.com

​Find us: 

716 N 1190 Rd

Lawrence, KS 66047

Open:

May 1 - October 31

Or by appointment anytime

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