Tonganoxie Community Historical Society publishes a quarterly newsletter to update members of on-going business of the historical society and any upcoming events. There is always a feature on local history.
Excerpt from 3rd QUARTER NEWSLETTER June 2018
4th TUESDAYS PROGRAMS
The fourth Tuesday of each month is an important date for our historical society. It is the time when our members and friends can come together for socialization, for an educational experience, and a light dessert. The evening begins at 7 PM in the Reno Methodist Church (This is the very church that Michael Landon used in his move, "Where Pigeons Go to Die") with a short business meeting followed by an educational program. Dessert is provided by members at the close of the program. June, July and December have a different program. June is the annual barbecue, July is the Leavenworth County fair so all is cancelled and December is the Christmas party.
If you haven't been to one of these programs, I invite you to set your priorities to included attending one of these programs. The last two educational programs have been exceptional.
Newsletters from past years are archived on this website. (in PDF format)
For newsletters older than archived here, please contact the Museum Director.