Through February 28 | Johnson County Goes to War: At Home and Abroad During World War I
The largest exhibit at the Layland in years marks the centennial year of America’s entry into World War I. Visitors can compare gas masks, weapons and other equipment that were used by American and German troops. Photographs and letters give a more personal view of the war as experienced by Cleburne residents. Follow the link below for details on a speaker series organized in collaboration with the Cleburne Public Library.
October 21 | 7:00 p.m. | Lion of Texas: A Conversation with Sam Houston
For one night only, this one-man show about the life of Sam Houston has been performed across the state of Texas and is now coming to the Cleburne Conference Center Theater. Tickets are on sale now at the Layland Museum and the Cleburne Chamber of Commerce for $15, or $10 for students. Funds raised support the programs of the Layland Museum.
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