ABILENE, Kan. – Shake off those winter blues at a Spring Grill Out Social on Friday, March 20 at the Eisenhower Presidential Library! The reception runs from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Library building and will include 1950s picnic fare and a cash donation bar.
Guests will have the opportunity to preview two temporary exhibits, a new Smithsonian traveling exhibit and the Arts Council of Dickinson County annual photography exhibit.
Patios, Pools, and the Invention of the American Backyard exhibit kicks off its four year journey at the Eisenhower Presidential Library. This Smithsonian traveling exhibit will be on display through May 31. Special thanks go to the Jeffcoat Memorial Foundation and the Richard Lowry Memorial Fund for making this exhibit possible.
“Helping Hands” is this year’s theme for the Arts Council of Dickinson County’s annual photography competition and exhibit. The competition is open to any amateur photographer in Dickinson County and the photos will be display through April 3. Contact the Arts Council of Dickinson County for additional details.
The Armour-Eckrich Meats Grill Team will be on site cooking Original Smoked and Cheddar Sausage Grillers. All of the side dish items are provided courtesy of the Arts Council of Dickinson County.