Kauffman Museum is expanding its traditional Kansas Day programming this year! The theme is “transportation” and Amelia Earhart historical interpreter Ann Birney will give a free program for all ages at 11:00am in Bethel College’s Krehbiel Auditorium in the Luyken Fine Arts Center. This will be followed by a special Kansas Day
NEWTON, Kan. — Newton-area museums welcome the public to the “Five Places of Christmas” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6. The holiday open house is a collaborative event among Carriage Factory Art Gallery, Harvey County Historical Museum, Kauffman Museum, Warkentin House and Bethel College Women’s Association.
Do you like Zombie movies? Dont miss this fun Zombie event in Newton! Zombies from Central Kansas will gather in Newton for the Newton Zombie Walk at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 25. At the theatre Zombies will be treated to pizza, a costume contest, games and prizes. The theater will also
The annual Taste of Newton and Bethel College Fall Festival will bring a festive atmosphere to Newton Oct. 16-19. Activities start with the annual Taste of Newton downtown Thursday, Oct. 16, the Fall Festival fair on campus Saturday, Oct. 18, and worship and the final performance of the stage production Sunday,