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March in Kansas City means basketball, Irish-themed celebrations and women's appreciation month, among many other marquee events.
February is full of goings-on, including a spelling bee competition, art exhibits and a movie about déjà vu all over again.
Visitors are invited to begin their First Friday outings at the Central Library to enjoy its art galleries, live music on the rooftop, a special story time for families, and a cash bar. Art Starts at the Library started in May, and will continue Friday, August 5, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., and every other month thereafter.
Summer in Kansas City can be all about sports, or more specifically, watching sports. Taking in a game at The K or Sporting Park is great but if you're ready to jump in and participate yourself, here’s your chance.
There's quite a bit ahead for your weekend event lineup in KC. Ideas for events and activities May 5-8.
Kansas City PrideFest 2016 returns this summer, June 3-5, at Berkley Riverfront Park
St. Patrick’s Day is a big deal in Kansas City, and not just because we like to have fun.
Powell Gardens is a magical place no matter what the season. In the fall, the beauty intensifies as the leaves morph to golden and crimson hues and the Gardens usher in a new kind of wonder.
Dusk 2 Dawn Paranormal investigations works with the Jackson Country Historical Society in raisting funds for the upkeep of the 1859 Jail, Marshals Home & Museum in Independence, MO.