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Kansas Preservation Conference

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May 15-17, 2024 (Wednesday-Friday)

Each year we look forward to connecting, learning, and exploring Kansas history at the Kansas Preservation Conference. The 2024 conference sessions will highlight historic preservation and archeology with a tribute to Newton-born archeologist, Waldo Wedel.

Conference sessions are being planned at various locations across the Newton community including the Meridian Event Center, the Kauffman Museum and Sand Creek path at Bethel College, the Carriage Factory Art Gallery, the Warkentin House Museum, the Harvey County Historical Museum (Carnegie Library), and at the Prairy Market & Deli event space downtown. 

To learn more about conference information and other educational opportunities hosted by the State Historic Preservation Office offers by following this web page, our events page, or our Facebook page.

This conference has been financed in part with federal funds from the National Park Service, a division of the United States Department of the Interior, and administered by the Kansas Historical Society. Neither the contents nor the opinions expressed during the conference necessarily reflect the view or policies of the United States Department of the Interior or the Kansas Historical Society.