There’s always something great happening at the McKinley Library and Museum. William McKinley’s early career as an educator inspires us today to plan educational events, conduct classes and explore science, the universe and our own local community.
The new Keller Gallery exhibition “Colors!” opens at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum on Thursday October 1. There will be a virtual exhibition opening on the Museum’s Facebook page that evening at 6:00 PM. “Colors!” features artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collection.... + View Details
The new Keller Gallery exhibition “Colors!” opened at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum on Thursday October 1. “Colors!” features artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collection that are grouped by color, ranging from vintage dresses and hats to glassware and china. “In t.... + View Details
Cryptozoology: Learn about mysterious creatures such as the Chupacabra, Loch Ness, Big Foot, and many more. There will be a make and take of your own creature. This workshop runs from 10am until 11:30am. It is free with museum admission For more information contact Lynette Reiner, Science Director a.... + View Details
learn about mummies, witches, vampires, Bigfoot, and more. Informational booths and make and take craft booths will be set up throughout the auditorium and Discover World to ensure safe social distancing. Learn how to track Bigfoot, or what to do if vampires are near, step on Bigfoot’s footpri.... + View Details