Shawnee Town 1929 is a museum that is a division of the City of Shawnee's Parks and Recreation Department. The Museum is currently undergoing an expansion that will allow visitors to experience a typical day in and around the 1920s farm community of Shawnee, Kansas, through authentic collections, exhibits, programs and events.
We look forward to your participation in one of the many new and exciting programs Shawnee Town 1929 has to offer. Call (913) 248-2360 or email email@example.com to register for our programs. Evening classes will meet at Town Hall, 11600 Johnson Drive and daytime classes will meet at the Visitor’s Center at 11501 W 57th Street.
Friends of Shawnee Town Newsletter
Are You Ready for Some Football?
07:00 pm to 08:30 pm
1929-style that is. KU, K State, MU - they all have those football rivalries! Watch them play each other in 1929 and early 1930s films. Then listen to commentary by the Kansas City Chiefs’ Historian, Bob Moore, as he regales us with a history of the sport in those early days and talks a little about the Chiefs. Bring your own beverage and we’ll provide snacks. For more information call (913) 248-2360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. >>more
Hair Bobbing for Love
10:00 am to 11:30 am
At Shawnee Town 1929, donate 10” or more of your hair to Locks of Love. If your hair is short, what a perfect reason for growing it long! In the 1920s, the “bob” became the fashion statement of the decade. A blunt cut level with the bottom of the ear, it signaled the beginning of an era of free-spirited young women who chose to defy tradition. >>more
The place is Shawnee -- a small Kansas community of sloping farms, 3 churches, a general store, a brand new picture show palace, the soda fountain at Heaton’s and a Chevrolet dealership selling roadsters and jalopies.>>more
Need a place for your wedding reception, birthday celebration, company meeting, family reunion or other special event?>>more