September 1 – December 28: A Stitch in Time: Textiles
Come take a look at fashions through the decades from Sherman County. From the 1920’s to today, “A Stitch in Time” explores fashion in Sherman County and military uniforms through the various eras. This exhibit will be on display through December. On display we have a teacher’s outfit, a bride and grooms wedding attire, and several accessories and their histories. Come to the dress up station and use your imagination to go on numerous adventures, color a paper doll, and become your own fashion designer.
November 19: “Dressing for Success, Victorian Style”
We are excited to announce that on November 19 at 10:00 AM at the museum Mrs. Sara Jane Richter will be joining us to give her presentation, Dressing for Success, Victorian Style. This program will take a look at the complex fashion of Victorian Times and why the layers of prim and proper clothing were worn. It will also explore why women endured such fashions. After this fascinating talk we will move to the Ennis Handy House to explore our own towns Victorian history and fashion. This program is brought to us by the Kansas Humanities Council.
For more events, consult the City of Goodland’s web calendar.
All times are Mountain Time.