Throughout the year Boot Hill Museum offers informative programming which emphasizes history, art, literature, and the popular culture of western Kansas. They include a wide range of topics, which inform, entertain, and help the Museum promote its mission to educate the general public about the late 19th and early 20th century cultural history.
Past presentations include:
Jim Gray “Kansas Cattle Towns”
Dr. Sara Richter “Buffalo Hunters and the End of an Era.”
Dr. Joyce Thierer First Person interpretation – “Rosa Fix, Late 19th Century Farm Woman”
Please check our calendar for upcoming presentations!