ABILENE, Kan. (AP) A new exhibit that has been growing at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum will soon be open to the public outside the president’s boyhood home.
The “Eisenhower Garden” opens Monday with a reception to coincide with National 4-H Week. Members of the Living History 4-H Project will host the reception.
The garden is located near the Eisenhower Boyhood Home on the grounds of the complex in Abilene. It has been developed over the past two years by Dickinson County 4-H members. The focus of the exhibit is to highlight the Eisenhower family and their gardening habits.
The exhibit will be on display through February.