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The spring Saturday at the Frank House presentations will open Saturday, Jan. 28, at 1:30 p.m. with a History and House Youth Tour for youth ages 9-13, according to KrisAnn Sullivan, Frank House director.
Paula Nesiba, a regular volunteer at the Frank House, will lead the tour. The Frank House is located on the University of Nebraska at Kearney West Campus. There is no admission fee for the tour.
While there is no admission fee for Saturday at the Frank House presentations, Sullivan noted: “Donations helped refurbish the master bed chamber area and will be put to good use as we begin the other planned improvement projects in the Frank House. Saturday at the Frank House educational program volunteers help make the public aware of the needs of the house, and the public responds. Donations are always appreciated in support of the Frank House.”
The spring semester offers presentations from “Bad Love” poetry readings by members of Sigma Tau Delta, the national honor society for English majors, to “Fencing Like the Franks,” a demonstration by members of the Hastings Fencing Club.
The complete listing of Saturday at the Frank House presentations includes: Feb. 11, “Bad Love Poetry Reading”; Feb. 18, “Intro to Genealogy”; Feb. 25, “Songs from the Recent Past”; March 3, “The Square (piano) for Kids”; March 10, “Loper Low Brass”; March 31, “19th Century Gardening for 21st Century Wildlife”; April 7, “Frank House Easter Egg Hunt”; April 14, “Titanic: 100 Year Anniversary Displays”; April 21, “Spring String Concert”; April 28 “Fencing Like the Franks”; and May 5, “Flutes at the Frank House.”
The Frank House is open 2-5 p.m. Monday – Friday and noon – 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Guided tours are available. The mansion will be
closed March 18-25 during spring break and May 26-28 for Memorial Day.
For more information on the Frank House, or any of the events, visit www.frankhouse.org.