The Jane Austen Society of North America

Metropolitan Kansas City Region
(Including Kansas and Western Missouri)

2015 Member Events
(Registration Required)
*Open to the Public

Saturday, August 8
Planning Meeting
1:00-3:00 pm
Home of Gaye Stevick
Contact: Leah Wilson

Saturday, August 15
Discussion of Cotillion
by Georgette Heyer
1:00-3:00 pm
Home of Gaye Stevick
Contact: Gaye Stevick 

*Saturday, September 19
The History & Culture of the British Ladies' Fan
Melinda MacDace
Large Meeting Room
Plaza Library
Contact: Leah Wilson

October 9-11
Annual General Meeting
Living in Jane Austen's World
Louisville, KY 

*Saturday November 7
Regency Ball
7:00-10:00 pm
Immanuel Lutheran Church
Kansas City, MO 

December 12 or 13
Jane Austen Birthday Tea
Time and Location TBD
Contact: Kristen Woodbury

— 2016 —

*Tuesday, April 12
Circulating Libraries
in Jane Austen's Day
Claire Bellanti,
JASNA President
6:30 p.m.
Truman Forum,
Plaza Library
Contact: Julienne Gehrer 


Borrow from our
Lending Library 

 Book List




Janeites Read Georgette Heyer

JASNA-KC members and their intimate friends are invited to attend another friendly discussion of a Georgette Heyer novel. This year’s selection is Cotillion.

For some outstanding reasons why Jane Austen fans also enjoy this author,
refer to Regional Coordinator Deb Barnum at Jane Austen in Vermont. Click the link and see why the Vermont region is enthralled with Heyer. Our spritely group will find even more justifications to add to the list!

Discussion of Georgette Heyer's Cotillion
Saturday, August 15
1:00-3:00 pm
Home of Gaye Stevick

RSVP to Gaye Stevick at 


The theme of our 2015 events mirrors our AGM theme,
Living in Jane Austen's World.

Please join JASNA-KC as we delve into elements of everyday life
that would have been familiar to our favorite author.

Watch our events calendar for members-only gatherings
as well as those marked with an * which are open to the general public.
Kindly note that registration is required.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Learn about the Georgian Library
with Claire Bellanti, JASNA President