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GIRARD HISTORY MUSEUM WELCOMES YOU

Preserving the history of our community!

Friends of Historic Girard is a non-profit community organization dedicated to preserving the rich history and collecting historical artifacts of Girard, Kansas to share with the public and school groups.

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The Girard History Museum invites you to

come in for a visit.

We have all types of displays with many different areas of history.

300 S. Summit St, Girard, KS

Hours are:        9:00 am – 3:30 pm  Tuesday – Friday

                  9:00 am – 1:00 pm        Saturday

 

History tokens, T-shirts, Genesis of Girard books and more for sale.

Free coloring books for the kids.

 

Receive a coupon to:

  1. Eastside Café: for a free Cinnamon Roll 9 am -12 pm or a free cookie from 12 pm to 2 pm

  2. C4 Coffeehouse & Country Store: 50% off any C4 item

  3. Painted Barrels: 10% of and one item

The Girard History Museum features the history of Girard and the surrounding Crawford County.  It is located in the former St. John's Episcopal Church built in 1888 which features a spectacular oak ceiling and beautiful late 19th century stained glass windows.  Exhibits include Girard's socialist history and the Emanuel Haldeman-Julius "Little Blue Books."
 

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