national churchill museum

Today Paul Pepper and KIT FREUDENBERG talk about "We March Together," an exhibit that 'celebrates 70 years of victory in Europe,' opening April 6th at the National Churchill Museum in Fulton. At [4:06] TOM ANDES and STEPHEN BROTEBECK tell us about "Color Blind," an original production by Andes that opens TONIGHT at Stephens College in Columbia. Watch for details and the story of how it all came together! March 13, 2015

Today Paul Pepper visits with the new director of the National Churchill Museum, JIM WILLIAMS, about an event January 24th that coincides with the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's death. Highlights include a visit from one of Churchill's great-grandsons. At [4:09] KATHLEEN LAVERY and SARAH DENT talk about "Always Patsy Cline," the latest production from Capital City Players in Jefferson City! January 12, 2015

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A commemorative art exhibit made its first stop in Fulton, Mo., on May 30. The National Churchill Museum at Westminster College presented its new exhibit “D-Day Normandy: Operation Overlord” in remembrance of the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

New documentary on Churchill premieres

Oct 23, 2013
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The National Winston Churchill Museum in Fulton is hoping to get more visitors through a new documentary.

The film was shown Tuesday night at the Jefferson City Capitol City Cinema as an inaugural presentation for the theater. It was preceded by a reception at Capitol City Cork and Provisions, a new restaurant that is connected to the theater.

Rob Havers is the Director of the Churchill Museum. He said he hopes the film will help with tourism.