Sept. 29: Senior citizen outreach: Valley View, 10:30 am; the
Senior Center, 11:30 am. Seniors will learn about local cowboys
and why Geary County did not welcome them!
Oct. 4: Hands On History program: Hat History! You and your
about the history of hats for both men and women.
Oct. 20: Annual Volunteer Luncheon, 11:30 am: Have you volunteered
with us recently? You’re invited to a FREE LUNCH! Invitations
will be going out soon. We can’t wait to see you!
Oct. 27: Senior citizen outreach: Valley View, 10:30 am; the
Senior Center, 11:30 am. Seniors will travel back in time to
when hats were popular and learn hat history.
Oct. 29: Memories at the Museum, 3-4 pm: Just two days before
Halloween, join us for Local Ghost Stories! Ever had a creepy
encounter in your home or at Fort Riley? Tell us all about it!
How Can You Help?
The Historical Society is always looking for volunteers and donations for:
Host, Collection Care, Events, Characters, and Traveling Trunks
Your commitment can be one-time for an event or as often as you like.
Or if you have a special skill to share, please let us know!
Do you like to bake? You can help the Geary County Historical Society with our efforts to make up for lost public funds and offer exciting new programs to the community right in your own home. We need home-made items such as cookies, pies and cakes for events like the Ice Cream Social, and educational programs at the Museum throughout the year. If you can help, contact the Museum at 238-1666. We will check with you when a fund raiser or program is coming up.
- Help preserve of St. Joseph’s!
GCHS is working to restore St. Joseph’s Church on McDowell Creek Road to usable condition. The building has been placed on the State Register of Historic Places.
See the St. Joseph Church Page of this site for more information.