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Things To Do

Harper City Park

805 W Main St
Open Year Round
2 Shelters, Gazebo, Basketball Court, Tennis Courts, Horseshoe Pits, Picnic Tables, Playground, and
Modern Restrooms
City of Harper Park Equipment

Harper Aquatic Center

808 W Main St (directly across from City Park)
Hours:
Monday - Saturday 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday - 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Admission:
2 years of age & under: Free
Over 2:                          $3.00 per person
Season Passes:            $30 per person
Zero Depth Entry 
Includes 2 slides, diving board, basketball hoop, and 2 water features
Pool

Harper Historical Museum

750 E 12th
Admission: Free, donations welcome.
Open 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm during Community Events or by appointment. 
Contact Mary Helen Baker: 620-896-7877 or City Hall: 620-896-2511

There are a number of items pertaining to local history. 
Some of these items include:

Harper County atlases for 1886, 1902 and 1919
Old Harper School yearbooks, photos and memorabilia
High School and some rural schools
Old Harper telephone books (cover some rural areas)
Old Harper County directory - 1909 (arranged by townships)
Record book of Cole Bros. dry goods store, Jan 1912 - March 1914, includes record of customer names & purchases
Many old photos and much, more history!

Art Depot

730 E 12th
Admission: Free, donations welcome.
Work of local artists displayed, includes painting, drawings, weaving, photography.
Open 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm during Community Events/Tours by appointment only. 
Contact Kathy LaCount 620-840-1043 or City Hall 620-840-1043

Photo of Art Depot




       
       
       
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      Phone: 620-896-2511  |  Fax: 620-896-7832
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