The purpose of this calendar is to give information about events of multicultural and interfaith interest, as well as a listing for exhibits and special events. You have the ability to see "month-at-a-glance" for both current and future months through our new Google calendar, by clicking on the link above.Exhibits and special events will continue to be publicized by email, in order to maintain a legible calendar, so please sign up (see box on right sidebar) to receive our monthly emails. Cultural Crossroads updates:See http://culturalcrossroadskc.wordpress.com to read all of our postings and to follow our blog.Also see the Publications tab on our website to read our Statements of position on various current issues.NEWS AND GENERAL INFORMATIONCheck the Resources and Building Community tabs on ourwebsite (www.culturalcrossroads-kc.org) for information aboutongoing events in the Greater KC area and ways you can getinvolved in our community. We are constantly adding informationto both pages, so check back often. Also, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you represent a group which should be listed on the Resources or Building Community pages.
NOTE: Due to closings because of coronavirus,we are not posting calendar events at this time.Library information:Remember to visit the Human Spirit collection of multicultural andmultifaith materials at the Plaza Branch Library. This collection,created by Cultural Crossroads with advice from the Greater KansasCity Interfaith Council and multiculturalists is an excellent resource for teachers and the general public. We all benefit from learning about each other!•Local libraries are sources of art exhibits. Check the website of your neighborhood library to see what’s showing. See the Resources tab onour website for the websites of local library systems.Our libraries are excellent resources and we are fortunate in KC Metroto have a wealth of library systems and branches -- check your local library for free classes on computer literacy, foreign languages, bilingual programsand English as a second language. Libraries also host numerous artexhibits, listing them on a daily basis, so check the website of your locallibrary for information. The Kansas City Library System now offers passportapplications at the Westport, I.H. Ruiz, and Trails West branches. You can also call the KC Library Dial-A-Story Line (816.701.3456 or visit kclibrary.org/kidsany time -- day or night – to hear a story suitable for all ages!)•The Kansas City, Kansas Library System now has a new programcalled “ECommunity” which is an entertainment and information portal availableto all. Go to http://ecommunity.kckpl.org for information.CURRENT EXHIBITS OF A MULTICULTURAL NATUREOnline ExhibitsBlack Archives of Mid-America: http://www.blackarchives.org/galleryKemper Museum: https://www.kemperart.org/permanent-collectionNational Archives: https://www.archives.gov/exhibitsTruman Library: https://www.trumanlibrary.org/online-collections.htmWorld War I Museum: https://www.theworldwar.org/explore/online-collections-databasehttps://artsandculture.google.com/partner/national-world-war-i-museum