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"Breaking Ground: Tales of Norton County Fireballs" Exhibition

Date and Time: May 1, 2021

Location: Gloria Nelson Cultural Arts Center, 112 S State St, Norton
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Now open through June 13, 2021: local exhibit "Breaking Ground: Tales of Norton County Fireballs."

The remote northwest Kansas town, Norton, is known for its innovation and ability to adapt in times of economic challenge. As the community progresses toward the future, the desire to preserve the past remains. Discover how one community engages with the past to create a sense of place and belonging in the exhibit "Breaking Ground: Tales of Norton County Fireballs." Part of the "Crossroads: Change in Rural America" initiative.

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, dates may be subject to change. For exhibition and event details, including hours of operation and online opportunities, contact the local organizations directly.

Visit crossroads.humanitieskansas.org for a virtual Crossroads experience.

Sponsored by: Norton County Arts Council

For more information about this event, please contact:
Caryl Hale
(785) 550-1627
http://ncartscouncil.org

 

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