Event Name: Kansas Indians: Walking paths of yesterday and today
Event Date: March 10th 2019
Event Location: 208 E. 8th St. Kinsley
Library Name: Kinsley Library
Event Start Time: 2:00 PM
Attendee Cost: FREE
Presenter: Dr. Jack Hofman and Dr. Donald P. Blakeslee
Sponsor: Kinsley Library
Contact Information: director@kinsleylibrary.info

Description: Session #3 of series Pawnee Sites in Ellis and Republic Counties presented by Dr. Jack Hofman of the University of Kansas. The Pawnees were the dominant power on the Central Plains in the early 1800s. This presentation will discuss both the large fortified village of Kitkehahki and the tipi hunting site in Ellis County. Etzanoa: The Long-lost City presented by Dr. Donald P. Blakeslee, of Wichita State University. The recent discovery of a city of 20,000 people existing in south-central Kansas between 1450-1700 is causing scholars to rethink many long-held ideas about Plains peoples. REGISTRATION: www.kinsleylibrary.info




Event Name: Kansas Indians: Walking paths of yesterday and today
Event Date: March 31st 2019
Event Location: 208 E. 8th St. Kinsley
Library Name: Kinsley Library
Event Start Time: 2:00 PM
Attendee Cost: FREE
Presenter: Dr. Bonnie Lynn-Sherow, Dr. Dan Wildcat, and Dr. James Rains
Sponsor: Kinsley Library
Contact Information: director@kinsleylibrary.info

Description: Session #4 of series, "Learning from Indians Today" "No Retreat" Dr. Bonnie Lynn-Sherow of Kansas State University will survey recent efforts and projects underway in Indian Country highlighting the words and ideas of today's native leaders. "An Inheritance unclaimed: Indigenous wisdom for the modern world" Dr. Dan Wildcat (Yuchi Muscogee Nation) of Haskell Indian Nations University and author of "Red Alert: Saving the Planet with Indigenous Knowledge" will examine the biggest problem that we face today - the damaging way we live on this earth - from the viewpoint of ancient Native American wisdom and nature-centered beliefs. "The Map of the Mind We Follow: Native American Literature and the Challenge of History" presented by Dr. James Rains (Muscogee Creek Nation) of of Haskell Indian Nations University will focus on the American Indian experience embracing the richness of tribal pasts to preserve strong cultural identity and values in order to establish a place in the global economy of the 21st century. REGISTRATION www.kinsleylibrary.info




Event Name: Mad Science "Walking on the Moon"
Event Date: May 30th 2019
Event Location: Edwards County Fair Building, 1305 S. Niles (Hwy 183), Kinsley
Library Name: Kinsley Library
Event Start Time: 9:45 AM
Attendee Cost: Free
Presenter: Mad Science of Kansas City
Sponsor: Kinsley Library
Contact Information: director@kinsleylibrary.info

Description: Summer Reading presentation by Mad Science of Kansas City




Event Name: Mad Science (OKC)
Event Date: June 6th 2019
Event Location: Satanta Community Building
Library Name: Dudley Township Library
Event Start Time: 1:30 PM
Attendee Cost: Free
Presenter: Derick Brock
Sponsor:
Contact Information: 405-285-9643 Derick Dbrock@Madsciencecentralok.com or Caitlin chitt.madscience@gmail.com

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Event Name: Eric Vaughn, Magician
Event Date: June 12th 2019
Event Location: 500 S Monroe, Hugoton KS 67951
Library Name: Stevens County LIbrary
Event Start Time: 10:00 AM
Attendee Cost: 0
Presenter: Eric Vaughn
Sponsor:
Contact Information: Stacey Strickland

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