Marge Padgitt, the museum director, will conduct a powerpoint presentation about the museum to your group in person or Via Skype or ZOOM. The presentation is approximately 45 - 60 minutes in length.
The Owens-Rogers House
Marge describes the history of the house, the restoration work that was done prior to the opening, and the history of Lela and Ginger Rogers, who lived in this home for four to five years while Lela worked as a newspaper reporter. Hear the fascinating story of Lela Rogers and how she became a Hollywood scriptwriter and teacher for young actresses, and about Ginger Rogers' long and full acting and dancing career. See Ginger's Family tree and her famous ancestor, Dr. John S. Sappington.
If planning a group visit to the museum, you may wish to schedule the presentation prior to the visit.
Price - $150 in the greater KC area, additional travel charges for other areas.