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Happy Thanksgiving Week! The Museum is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Our volunteers will take a much needed break on Wednesday and Thursday. But remember, the Museum closes for winter maintenance in December and January, so this is the last week to stop buy to purchase locally themed holiday gifts! Of course, you may still purchase online at www.esmuseum.com. Look for the Gift Shop! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks to all the folks who made the start of the Christmas season so magical, with new lights rimming our beautiful downtown buildings, a lighted Christmas parade, the beautiful trees in the Hall of Waters, and of course, the fantastic volunteers at the Museum who served hot chocolate and coffee 'til we ran out! Deb, Mary and Kenna kept the water boiling; Mike, Brian, Janet, and Eartha served the goods! Thanks to Bill for a little help on electrical issues! And thanks to all who stopped by! Hope you get a chance to visit the inside of the Museum soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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So looking forward to kicking off the Christmas season in our city tomorrow. The Museum will be serving free hot chocolate (donations welcome!) during the "Big Lights, Little City" parade Saturday night! Stop by and warm up! Corner of Broadway and South Main. ... See MoreSee Less

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Visit the Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives and check out some great gift ideas: Books on local history, the famous Tripp Flag print, coffee cups, cookbooks, and more. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Museum marked the 100th anniversary of the Clyde Gustine American Legion Post 236 with an exhibit and on Thursday night, with the play "Letters Home." We honor generations of local veterans every day in the Military Room at the Museum, 101 East Broadway. Today, 100 years ago, the first world war ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. The poem, "In Flanders Fields" posted to mark this momentous event. ... See MoreSee Less

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