Kansas Day at the Museum - Performances
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Performances will honor two notable Kansans - Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States, and Charles Curtis, Vice President of the United States and the only American Indian to hold his office.
Museum Classroom Performances
The following performances take place in the Museum Classrooms located just off the museum lobby. Each performance is approximately thirty minutes in length. Please turn off your cell phone during performances.
9:45 - "I Like Ike!" by Bill Nicks - Listen to President Dwight D. Eisenhower talk about growing up in Kansas and serving as President of the United States.
10:15 - Governor Sam Brownback will provide a special Kansas Day welcome to visitors.
11:00 - American Indian Music and Dance by Dennis Rogers - Listen to an American Indian flute and watch the traditional hoop dance as you learn about our American Indian heritage.
12:00 - "I Like Ike!" by Bill Nicks - Same as earlier performance.
1:00 - American Indian Music and Dance by Dennis Rogers - Same as earlier performance.
Museum Gallery Performance
These fifteen minute presentations look at the work, school and fun of Dwight Eisenhower, his brothers and their friends. The Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum works with 4-H performing arts project members in Dickinson County on the Garden Kids program.
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