Our History

The Strawberry Hill Ethnic Cultural Society was formed in 1988 to promote, sponsor and preserve the ethnic heritage prevalent in Kansas City, Kansas. The Cultural Center is located in the 1887 high Victorian home, built for John and Mary Scroggs. It was one of the most outstanding examples of the Queen Anne style to be erected in Kansas City, Kansas. In 1919, the Scrogg’s Mansion was purchased by the St. John’s Orphanage. The orphanage was in existence for 69 years. ┬áIn 1988, the Orphanage was purchased by the Strawberry Hill Ethnic Cultural Society and became the Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center.

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Cabbage Roll Classes Strawberry Hill Museum

October 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cabbage Roll Class

Reservations and pre-payments are required.

Coming Events

  • 09

    Oct, 2016

    10:00 am
    Pysanky Christmas Egg Decorating Class

    Note: Pysanky Christmas Egg Decorating will be done in one color. Reservations and pre-payments are required.

  • 16

    Oct, 2016

    10:00 am
    Pysanky Christmas Egg Decorating Class

    Note: Pysanky Christmas Egg Decorating will be done in one color. Reservations and pre-payments are required.

  • 22

    Oct, 2016

    10:00 am
    Strudel Class

    Reservations and pre-payments are required.

  • 24

    Oct, 2016

    12:00 am
    Museum Closed – Holiday Preparation

    The Strawberry Hill Museum will be closed from October 24th – November 19th in preparation for the holiday season. We hope that you will come and visit us this season as every year the decorations are completely different from any other year. There will be a number of fun events, classes and night time tours …Continue Reading…

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