Logo graphic Homage to the Flint Hills
27th and North Main, Bethel College, North Newton, Kansas 67117

Tues - Fri 9:30 - 4:30
Sat - Sun 1:30 - 4:30
Closed on Mondays and major holidays.

Children 6 - 16, $2.00
Adults, $4.00
Association members free

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First Saturday Bird Walks
Join local birding enthusiasts and a guide in the museum parking lot to walk the 1.5 mile, unpaved Bethel College Sand Creek Trail looking and listening for bird activity. Binoculars and a bird book are helpful but not required. All ages are welcome although a quiet walk is encouraged and children 12 and under should come with an adult.Time to be determined each month. Please call the museum a few days prior to the bird walk or check out the Kauffman Museum Facebook page


August 22-
January 20, 2019
Better Choose Me: Collecting and Creating with Tobacco Fabric Novelties, 1880-1920
August 27 -
February 28, 2019
Time for tea! for young and old around the globe, a mini-exhibit featuring tea related artifacts from around the world from the Kauffman Museum permanent collection. On display in the Mantz Library
Saturday, October 6,
1:30 pm
Alps on the Plains: The Folk Art of Emil Kym by Steve Friesen
Watch a video of Steve's presentation
December 1 New Kauffman Museum director Michael Reinschmit begins


Sunday, January 6,
3:00 pm
Remembering Ethel Ewert Abrahams: Collector and Artist by Rachel Pannabecker
Saturday, January 26 Celebrate Kansas Day!
11:00am Pieces of the Past: Hands-on Kansas History with Keil Hileman
11:30am - 4:30pm Food Trucks in the Museum Parking Lot
1:30 - 4:00pm Activities in and Around the Museum
February 9-May 19 Campaign for a New China:  Looking Back on Posters from the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976
February 9,
7:00-9:00 pm
Opening Reception, Campaign for a New China
Sunday, March 3,
3:00 pm
Sunday-Afternoon-at-the-Museum: “Manipulating the Masses: Chinese Propaganda Posters” by Dr. Kris Ercums, Spencer Museum of Art
Sunday, April 7,
3:00 pm
Sunday-Afternoon-at-the-Museum: “Down to the Countryside: Perspectives on the Chinese Cultural Revolution” with Dr. Zhuojun Jiang, Dr. T. James Goering, and Esther Kreider Eash, moderated by Raylene Hinz Penner
316•283•1612   kauffman@bethelks.edu
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