TCHS Events

Monthly Historical Society MeetingS

Tonganoxie Historical Society Meeting

TCHS presents programs on the fourth Tuesday of every month (except June and December). These program meetings are held in the Reno Methodist Church on the museum site at 201 W. Washington in Tonganoxie. The meetings begin at 7:00 pm.

All members of the community are welcome. 

There is no charge and there are refreshments following the program.

Upcoming Events

Board Meeting
Tuesday June 19
6:00 PM

Annual Picnic
Saturday June 16
6:00 PM

Fourth Tuesday Program

NOTE:   There will be no Fourth Tuesday program in June or July. The next Fourth Tuesday program will be August 28th.

Annual Picnic

Saturday, June 16 - 6:30 PM
at the Museum Barn
201 W. Washington St, Tonganoxie, KS

 

There is no Fourth Tuesday program in June.  Instead, we hold our picnic, which will start at 6:30pm this year.

The picnic is held just north of the barn unless there is rain, in which case we move inside the barn.

Meat and drinks are furnished by the society – bring your own utensils and a covered dish to share.

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TCHS Board Meeting

Tuesday June 19 - 6:00 PM
201 W. Washington, Tonganoxie, KS

At the museum site in the basement of the Reno Church.

Open to the public.

Volunteer Work Days

Wednesdays - 9:00 AM to noon

We welcome any and all new-comers and visitors! Museum is open.

Exterior Exhibit

Three Barn Quilts have been hung on the north face of the Fairchild-Knox hay Barn.

The three blocks are just visible when heading south on 24-40 just west of Vintage Park.  View the blocks by traveling west on 8th Street of coming in the main entrance to the museum on Washington Street, just west of West Haven Baptist Church.

These are part of the Glacial Hills Quilt Trail, which currently incorporates barn quilt blocks in Leavenworth, Jackson, and Douglas counties. 

 

Past Events

See what's been happening at TCHS so far this year!  VIEW 2018 EVENTS

VIEW 2017 EVENTS

VIEW 2016 EVENTS

Special Events

There are annual events to watch for, all of which are open to the public. These include the Picnic in June and the Holiday Party in December.

There are also special events from time to time, the spring opening event, often with a Back in Time theme.

Watch for the 1936 Pumper Truck in the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and the Leavenworth County Fair Parade in late July.