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  • Take a tour into the cultural heart of Johnson County at the new Arts and Heritage Center

    Take a tour of the new Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center, which is located in the former the King Louie building. For years, a bowling alley and ice skating rink, it has been transformed into a museum, live performance theater, dance studio and community space. The grand opening is scheduled for June 10.

Take a tour of the new Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center, which is located in the former the King Louie building. For years, a bowling alley and ice skating rink, it has been transformed into a museum, live performance theater, dance studio and community space. The grand opening is scheduled for June 10. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
Take a tour of the new Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center, which is located in the former the King Louie building. For years, a bowling alley and ice skating rink, it has been transformed into a museum, live performance theater, dance studio and community space. The grand opening is scheduled for June 10. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

King Louie hands over the reins: Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center to open

May 30, 2017 9:00 AM