Members of the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library receive admission to our exhibits, subscriptions to our biannual journal (Slovo) and our bi-annual newsletter (MOST), enrollment in our Time Travelers Program (including benefits at 100+ museums), and access to members-only events.
Without our members, sponsors, and other supporters, we would not be where we are today. We have made it our mission to ensure that the culture, people, and histories are celebrated, embraced, and shared — your support helps us accomplish that mission.
It is with the help of our dedicated volunteers that the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library continues to serve the community. We have tasks to engage all ages and abilities levels. Our volunteers reported advancing their communication skills and acquiring job skills.
Calendar of Events
We strive to provide informative, engaging, and most importantly – FUN events to the Cedar Rapids area. Our events focus mainly on the history of the Czech and Slovak people, with hands on workshops, informative history lessons, and exhibit opening receptions.
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Movin' at the Museum is FREE and open to the community! So, come on out and get movin'!
This session will feature POUND. Cost: Free. Sponsored by: CRST International.Find out more »
Please join us for the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library Annual Meeting of the Membership. We will present our 2019 annual report including updates from President and CEO Cecilia Rokusek, a financial report of 2019, and election of new members of the NCSML Board of Trustees. Following the annual meeting, attendees are invited to join the Czech Heritage Foundation potluck and annual meeting.Location: WFLA, NCSML Parking is available in the NCSML parking garage.Find out more »
Help us commemorate the closing of our exhibition, Medieval to Metal: The Art and Evolution of the GUITAR with an evening of Czech & Slovak music. Internationally renowned Czech guitarist, Vladislav Bláha, has performed in some of the most prestigious halls in over 45 countries, including Carnegie Hall. He is a Professor of the Guitar at Brno Conservatory and a lecturer at the Janáček Academy of Music in Brno, he frequently gives masterclasses on music colleges and performs on festivals…Find out more »