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October 2020

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Thu, October 1st - 9:00am
Native American Cultural Celebration
Native American Cultural Celebration

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Description: The Museum of Native American History will host the fourth annual Native American “Virtual” Cultural Celebration: “Four Directions. One Earth. Mission United" October 1 -3, 2020. The 2020 NAVCC will feature Commander John Herrington, the first Native American astronaut, along with a host of Indigenous artists, writers, craftspeople, and more. This annual event connects history and tradition with present day indigenous leaders and reaches out to educate future generations about the first peoples of the Americas, celebrating our collective history and humanity. This year’s theme centers on science, leadership, tradition, Indigenuity*, solutions for the planet, Star stories, animal medicine, art, and the never ending curiosity to reach for the stars. Submitted by: Sally Crutcher Museum of Native American History

Thu, October 1st - 9:00am

 
 
Thu, October 1st - 6:00pm
Visions of a Resilient Kansas: Change is in the Air
Visions of a Resilient Kansas: Change is in the Air

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Description: 2020 has been full of change, but good things are happening in Kansas. Thanks to climate and energy advocates like you, the movement to expand clean energy and drive climate action is growing every day. The Climate + Energy Project and our supporters build resilience in Kansas through equitable clean energy solutions and climate action. While this engagement looks different this year, either through virtual meetings or 6 feet away with masks, CEP continues to bring Kansans together to ensure equitable access to everything from the energy that keeps us cool to the air we breathe. Join your friends at the Climate + Energy Project to celebrate Kansans driving the changes we need to see to secure a healthy and resilient Kansas. Tickets now available: https://bit.ly/CEPKS2020 Sponsor Information: https://bit.ly/CEPKS2020Sponsor Submitted by: Leilani Grey Climate + Energy Project

Thu, October 1st - 6:00pm

 
 
Fri, October 2nd - 6:00pm
Fusion Youth Weekend
Fusion Youth Weekend

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Description: A cross-cultural experience for high school students in the heart of the Midwest. FYW will inspire and mobilize young believers. Submitted by: Katie Lisle Spurgeon College at Midwestern Seminary

Fri, October 2nd - 6:00pm

 
 
 
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Tue, October 6th - 7:30pm
Kauffman Center Presents Black Violin: Impossible Tour 2020
Kauffman Center Presents Black Violin: Impossible Tour 2020

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Description: Classical-meets-hip-hop duo, Black Violin, returns to Muriel Kauffman Theatre for their Impossible Tour 2020. Violist Wil Baptiste and violinist Kev Marcus have crafted a style that’s often described as “classical boom,” aiming to change perceptions of classical and hip-hop music. For 16 years, Kev Marcus and Wil Baptiste have been merging string arrangements with modern beats and vocals. The two were classically trained on the violin and viola through their high school and college careers. Post-college, they reconvened to produce beats for South Florida rappers, and began building an audience in local clubs. They later went on to win Showtime at the Apollo in 2005, and eventually sold out headline performances at venues across the country, including a sold out two-night headline run at The Kennedy Center in 2018. Their unique brand of was celebrated with collaborations with Alicia Keys, Wu-Tang Clan, 2 Chainz and others. NPR took note and declared “their music will keep classical music alive for the next generation.” UPROXX also featured Black Violin in a mini-documentary as part of their “Uncharted” series. Watch the documentary here. Tickets for Black Violin range from $29 to $59, plus applicable fees. Submitted by: Kauffman Center Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

Tue, October 6th - 7:30pm

 
 
 
Thu, October 8th - 7:30am
41st Annual Kansas Economic Outlook Conference
41st Annual Kansas Economic Outlook Conference

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Description: 41st ANNUAL KANSAS ECONOMIC OUTLOOK CONFERENCE Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 7:30-11:30 AM Century II Convention Center 225 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67202 For a glimpse into Kansas' economic future, over 800 business leaders turn to Wichita State University, the W. Frank Barton School of Business, and the Center for Economic Development and Business Research (CEDBR), founders of the Kansas Economic Outlook Conference. The purpose of the conference is to provide insight into current local, state, and national economies, addressing topics of interest to the community. A combination of nationally known speakers and local experts will be on hand to provide perspectives on issues affecting business, industry, education and government. Submitted by: Andrea Wilson Center for Economic Development and Business Research

Thu, October 8th - 7:30am

 
 
Thu, October 8th - 6:00pm
Unified Champion Schools Socially Distanced Social
Unified Champion Schools Socially Distanced Social

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Description: Please join us for the 2020 Unified Champion Schools Socially Distanced Social! Since we cannot come together for sports we will come together at a distance to kick off a new type of challenge through the Unified Virtual Fitness Challenge. Come learn more about Unified Champion Schools, about the Unified Virtual Fitness Challenge and see the heart warming movie, Soul Surfer! Soul Surfer tells the story much like ours of an athlete who faces a challenge! We can’t wait to see you there! Submitted by: Maria Hinojosa Special Olympics Kansas

Thu, October 8th - 6:00pm

 
 
Thu, October 8th - 8:00pm
Citizen Cope October 8 // The Cotillion Wichita, KS
Citizen Cope October 8 // The Cotillion Wichita, KS

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Description: Citizen Cope The Cotillion October 8, 2020 8PM Doors Open: 7PM ADVANCED: $30 ADVANCED Public Onsale: April 10 at 10:00 AM Clarence Greenwood (stage name Citizen Cope) is an American songwriter, producer and performer. His music is commonly described as a mix of blues, soul, folk, and rock. Citizen Cope’s compositions have been recorded by artists as varied as Carlos Santana, Dido, Pharoahe Monch and Richie Havens. He currently records and produces for his own record label, Rainwater Recordings, which he founded in 2010 after deciding not to work with major labels any longer. He had previously been signed to Capitol, Arista, DreamWorks and RCA. All seating is general admission. Concessions and full bars open! Also featuring local favorites Nancy's A-Maize-N Sandwich Booth and Wichita Brewing Company Hand-Crafted Beers! Check Room is open during events to check your merchandise purchases, coats, hats and purses. Text ROCK to 49798 for concert updates and chances at FREE tickets. All Ages - If An Event Is Cancelled Full Refunds Will Be Issued at Point of Purchase. - All previously purchased tickets will be valid for the new date. Support acts subject to change $1 from every ticket will be donated to various charities in the US that support enriching youths in need through arts and education. For more information visit www.citizencope.com Submitted by: The Cotillion Box Office The Cotillion

Thu, October 8th - 8:00pm

 
 
 
Sat, October 10th - 12:00pm
October Cornhole Tournament - Social & Competitive
October Cornhole Tournament - Social & Competitive

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Description: How It Works: Find your teammate Choose your division: Recreational/Social plays at 27 feet **UPDATED!! Competitive plays at 27 feet Sign up - $50 per team ($25 per person) Each team is guaranteed 3 games in pool play. All teams will make the tournament. Registration ends Friday, October 9th at noon. We will payout 60% to 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each division! Submitted by: Andrew Prystai Event Vesta (Submitted on Behalf of the Event Organizer)

Sat, October 10th - 12:00pm

 
 
Sat, October 10th - 4:00pm
Dinner on the Curve
Dinner on the Curve

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Description: Save the Date for Dinner on the {flattened} Curve! The more things change (a virtual show,) the more they stay the same (fabulous food and drink, live music, and an art auction!) Saturday, 10.10.2020 4-6 PM: Drive thru pre-party! Cruise thru the Van Go parking lot to view auction items on display and for contactless food pick-up 6-8 PM: Gather with your friends (safely) and enjoy your meal 8 PM: Tune in to the live show featuring Kansas City's own Latinx band Making Movies via Facebook and You Tube! Sponsors: Scott Temperature Central National Bank CEK Insurance Intrust Bank Rademacher Financial Jim Bost Plumbing SS&C Culinary Sponsors: Merchants Pub & Plate, and Ad Astra Selections Special guest entertainment: Making Movies (For more information on Making Movies, visit mkngmvs.com) Tickets $150/2: Includes link to show and dinner & drinks for 2 $25: Includes link to show only Surprise auction items to be announced 10.1.20! More details to follow! Submitted by: Van Go, Inc. Van Go, Inc.

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Wed, October 14th - 10:00am
Discovery Day: National Fossil Day
Discovery Day: National Fossil Day

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Description: Join us for a virtual paleontology party! We’ll have special presentations from scientists and students from the KU Biodiversity Institute and Natural History Museum, plus some fossil-focused community partners! Celebrate National Fossil Day with us – with new videos released at the top of each hour, this online event will have something fun for everyone! Submitted by: KU Natural History Museum https://www.facebook.com/kunaturalhistory/events/?ref=page_internal

Wed, October 14th - 10:00am

 
 
Wed, October 14th - 10:00am
Story Book Science: Activity
Story Book Science: Activity

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Description: Join us on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 10:00am for our first of two Activity Videos of the month! This activity will bring bones and fossils to life as we celebrate National Fossil Day! Join us on our Facebook page for this event that you don't want to miss! Submitted by: Alex Worth KU Natural History Museum

Wed, October 14th - 10:00am

 
 
Thu, October 15th - 8:00pm
Jim Breuer October 15 // The Cotillion Wichita, KS
Jim Breuer October 15 // The Cotillion Wichita, KS

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Description: JIM BREUER: Live and Let Laugh NEW DATE October 15 at The Cotillion. Doors at 7pm In line w/ official guidelines, Jim Breuer’s Spring 2020 U.S. tour dates are being rescheduled. New date for The Cotillion is 10/15. Please hold on to your tix as they will be honored accordingly. We thank you for your understanding. Be safe and stay healthy. We'll see you soon! All Ages. All seating reserved. Jim Breuer VIP Experience Includes -One premium reserved seat -Meet & Greet with Jim Breuer -Individual photo with Jim Breuer -Signed Jim Breuer tour poster -VIP commemorative laminate -Limited availability VIP information will be emailed out to package buyers 2-5 days before the event. For Questions regarding the VIP Packages, please contact info@future-beat.com. Not long after Jim Breuer did his first official standup gig in Clearwater, Florida, in 1989, industry folks began asking him, "What's your point of view?" "I don't know..." He searched for a meaningful response to a ridiculous question. "To make people laugh?" The freewheeling, New York bred comic storyteller - who made the list of Comedy Central's "100 Greatest Standups of All Time" - is hotter than ever, a global touring sensation and regular presence on radio and television whose rabid audience, he's thrilled to note, is filled with "lifetimers." Once folks see him live, they're hooked. Breuer estimates that 78% of his fans have seen him "five, six, seven" times. It's becoming a family thing, with parents even bringing young teens to see the family man and father of three daughters, all providing genius "dad" material for his sets. Having evolved both personally and professionally since the beginning, Breuer's pleased to say he's been F-word free for ten years and counting. Breuer came to national attention during his seasons on Saturday Night Live (1995-98), a rebuilding era whose cast featured Will Ferrell, David Spade and Norm McDonald. But don't call him "Goat Boy" (one of his characters on SNL) or ask him to do his Joe Pesci impression. Those things are eons ago. Some even still associate him with "Half Baked," a stoner comedy flick from around that time that starred Dave Chappelle and featured cameos by Willie Nelson, Snoop Dogg and Tommy Chong. The fans who got into Breuer in the new millennium were drawn into his whirlwind journey through his Comedy Central specials such as "Hardcore" (2002) and "Let's Clear The Air" (2009), one of the highest rated comedy specials in the network's history - popularly known as his "coming out party" as a dad, cleaning up his act and focusing on the fun and foibles of family life. His next special "And Laughter For All" (2013), became the highest rated original comedy special on EPIX to date, earning it's spot as a family favorite for it's relatable and multi-generational humor. His latest special "Comic Frenzy" (2015) is currently available on Amazon Prime. Many of Breuer's newer fans know him from the multitude of hilarious hours he's spent as a guest on Sirius XM's "The Howard Stern Show." Howard's hosted some of pop culture's biggest comedy icons over the past 30 years, yet Breuer gets people telling him he's their favorite guest ever. "Howard's audiences know comedy," he says. "If they come and I'm not funny, they're not coming back." That's never happened and never going to. Breuer was also the host of "Fridays with Jim Breuer" Sirius XM, originally known as "Breuer Unleashed." He currently hosts a podcast called "The Jim Breuer Podcast," which is available on iTunes and JimBreuer.com. Concessions and full bars open! Also featuring local favorites Nancy's A-Maize-N Sandwich Booth and Wichita Brewing Company Hand-Crafted Beers! Check Room is open during events to check your merchandise purchases, coats, hats and purses. Text COMEDY to 49798 for concert updates and chances at FREE tickets. If An Event Is Cancelled Full Refunds Will Be Issued at Point of Purchase. - All previously purchased tickets will be valid for the new date. Support acts subject to change Submitted by: The Cotillion Box Office The Cotillion

Thu, October 15th - 8:00pm

 
 
Fri, October 16th - 6:00pm
Unity Chamber Music Series - Celebrating Beethoven Virtual Concert
Unity Chamber Music Series - Celebrating Beethoven Virtual Concert

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Description: UTRF announces its 2020-2021 Unity Chamber Music Series Season (October 7, 2020, Oak Park, IL) - The Unity Temple Restoration Foundation (UTRF) proudly announces its 2020-2021 Unity Chamber Music Series season, a hybrid year of virtual performances, online Q&A with musicians, and plans to return to Unity Temple as soon as players and audiences can safely gather to share music. Re-launched in 2019, the Unity Chamber Music Series is hosted in partnership with artistic directors, Winston Choi and MingHuan Xu, and is part of UTRF's cultural and educational programming. Like many other arts organizations, UTRF had cancelled or postponed programs due to the COVID-19 crisis. During these unprecedented times, UTRF's offering of online concerts gives the organization an opportunity to continue serving people not only in the Chicagoland area, but across the world while live concerts aren't possible. “We are excited to provide these three streamed events through the rest of this year, and hope that they will be a source of enrichment and joy for our audience within the safety and comfort of their homes," said Heidi Ruehle, UTRF executive director. The first concert on October 16 will be professionally filmed at the Nineteenth Century Club in Oak Park, IL. The remaining two concerts in November and December will be filmed at Unity Temple. Event registration is $20, with a reduced rate of $10 for students. More information and online registration are available at unitychambermusicseries.org. Proceeds from the Unity Chamber Music Series will benefit UTRF’s mission to preserve Unity Temple and provide quality public programming. “During this incredibly challenging time, it is even more important and vital for us to feed our souls with the vibrancy, intimacy and profound beauty of chamber music. We believe that these virtual performances can bring some much-needed comfort and nourishment,” state UCMS artistic directors Xu and Choi. “We cannot wait to see all of you in person, experiencing live music at the glorious Unity Temple, but we hope that these musical performances can provide some solace and inspiration to you all.” Upcoming online events: • Friday, October 16, 2020 at 6pm: “Celebrating Beethoven” Beethoven Quintet for Winds and Piano, Op. 16 Performed by pianist Kuang-Hao Huang and musicians from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra • Saturday, November 7, 2020: Avalon String Quartet Florence Price: Five Folksongs in Counterpoint Beethoven: Grosse Fugue, Op. 133 • Saturday, December 12, 2020: Candlelight Holiday Concert Duo Diorama plays arrangements, transcriptions and new renditions of holiday favorites As the season unfolds, UTRF plans to announce a gradual – and safely planned – return to Unity Temple in combination with virtual options. Anticipated events in 2021 include a Valentine’s Day concert and a performance by Third Coast Percussion. Submitted by: Heidi Ruehle Unity Temple Restoration Foundation

Fri, October 16th - 6:00pm

 
 
Sat, October 17th - 10:00am
Pop Up Science – Radioactivity!
Pop Up Science – Radioactivity!

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Description: Join us for Pop Up Science online! Eleanor will talk about radioactivity and teach you how geologists and paleontologists determine the age of rocks and fossils. See how to use a Geiger counter, a scientific instrument used for detecting and measuring radiation. Submitted by: KU Natural History Museum https://www.facebook.com/events/1016011555517179/?acontext=%7B%22action_...

Sat, October 17th - 10:00am

 
 
Sat, October 17th - 5:30pm
Neighborhood Garden Concert
Neighborhood Garden Concert

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Description: A happy hour soiree teeming with romance and French music on the lawn overlooking Kansas City’s downtown skyline. This intimate garden gathering will stimulate the senses with fresh air, a cool October breeze, and gorgeous music—the makings of another memorable BAS evening! Bring your own blanket/chair, beverage and picnic! Submitted by: Erin Murphy Bach Aria Soloists

Sat, October 17th - 5:30pm

 
 
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Wed, October 21st - 10:00am
Story Book Science Reading: "I Am Marie Curie"
Story Book Science Reading: "I Am Marie Curie"

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Description: Join the KU Natural History Museum on Wednesday, Oct. 21 for our second Story Book Science reading of the month! As we explore the spooky side of science, we will read "I Am Marie Curie" by Brad Meltzer. Tune in to our Facebook page at 10:00am to learn about this chemistry pioneer! Submitted by: Alex Worth KU Natural History Museum

Wed, October 21st - 10:00am

 
 
Thu, October 22nd - 7:00pm
Josh Abbott Band at The Cotillion
Josh Abbott Band at The Cotillion

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Description: Josh Abbott Band October 22, 2020 8PM Doors Open: 7PM ADVANCED: $20.00 Onsale: June 12, 2020 10:00 AM All seating is general admission Table reservations available by calling 316-722-4201. Concessions and full bars open! Also featuring local favorites Nancy's A-Maize-N Sandwich Booth and Wichita Brewing Company Hand-Crafted Beers! Check Room is open during events to check your merchandise purchases, coats, hats and purses. All Ages - If An Event Is Cancelled Full Refunds Will Be Issued at Point of Purchase. Support acts subject to change Submitted by: Ryan The Cotillion

Thu, October 22nd - 7:00pm

 
 
Thu, October 22nd - 7:00pm
Zoom Lecture: The Dockum Drugstore Sit-in
Zoom Lecture: The Dockum Drugstore Sit-in

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Description: In July 1958, Black students gathered at downtown Wichita’s Dockum Drugstore to stage a peaceful protest against the unequal practice of segregation. What happened during the three-week sit-in? What caused it to end? And why was its importance recognized by so few at the time? This presentation discusses the details of the sit-in, explores how these protests helped transform the struggle for racial equality in America, and considers contemporary non-violent protests. Please register in advance for this free event: https://kansas.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcof-Ggrj0vEtwHLf3ghQUoNGG-niZK... After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Submitted by: Jacob Livingston University of Kansas Humanities Program

Thu, October 22nd - 7:00pm

 
 
Fri, October 23rd - 7:30pm
Beatles vs Stones - A Musical Showdown
Beatles vs Stones - A Musical Showdown

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Description: Beatles vs. Stones – A Musical Showdown comes to the Topeka Performing Arts Center on Friday, October 23, 2020 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $44/$54/$64 and may be purchased at the Theatre Box Office or online at www.ticketmaster.com. The Box Office is open Tuesday and Thursday from 12 Noon – 2 pm and 4 -6 pm and one hour before shows. TPAC and the Box Office are located at 214 SE 8th Avenue, Topeka, KS 66603. The venue phone number is 785.234.2787. The show is appropriate for all ages. TPAC will have full COVID protocols and social distanced seating in place, if necessary. Two of the greatest bands of all time face off in a high-energy, adrenaline-pumping musical showdown. The Fab Four, represented by tribute band Abbey Road will engage in a barrage of hits against premier Rolling Stones tribute band Satisfaction. It’s a face-off you won’t want to miss! Submitted by: andy nagle Topeka Performing Arts Center

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Tue, October 27th - 5:00pm
FREE Curbside Pickup TACOS & Voting Info
FREE Curbside Pickup TACOS & Voting Info

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Description: Come enjoy delicious free sample tacos, curbside pickup Bring a mask (or we can provide you one for free) We will also have voting information available *One order per person, until supplies last, pickup only From 5pm to 7pm Submitted by: Laura Canelos Kansas Civic Engagement Table

Tue, October 27th - 5:00pm

 
 
Wed, October 28th - 10:00am
Story Book Science: STEM Challenge
Story Book Science: STEM Challenge

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Description: Join us on Wednesday, Oct. 28 for our final Story Book Science of the month! For this activity, we will explore the Marie Curie book from last week and learn about UV radiation! Tune in to our Facebook page at 10:00am for a day of learning and fun! Submitted by: Alex Worth KU Natural History Museum

Wed, October 28th - 10:00am

 
 
Thu, October 29th - 5:00pm
Free Food at Culinaria
Free Food at Culinaria

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Description: Come join us for amazing Free Food. Culinaria will be providing to go treats. The Kansas Civic Engagement Table will be there to answer your voting questions and help you make a plan Submitted by: Troy Spain Kansas Civic Engagement Table

Thu, October 29th - 5:00pm

 
 
Fri, October 30th - 10:00am
The Great Douglas County History Hunt
The Great Douglas County History Hunt

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Description: From October 30-November 8, you can take a GPS-enabled tour of county historic sites and be entered in a drawing for prize baskets worth $100. Winners will be drawn and notified November 9. Simply download the Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area app or open the History Hunt page on your mobile device and follow the instructions to earn digital badges for all 13 sites and qualify for the prize drawing. Participants simply need to fall within the GPS coordinates for each site in order to collect the badges, enabling you to go on the hunt any day and time. The Great Douglas County History Hunt is a unique and easy way to enjoy local history! Submitted by: Will Hickox Watkins Museum of History

Fri, October 30th - 10:00am

 
 
Sat, October 31st - 10:00am
Halloween Pop-Up Take A Book
Halloween Pop-Up Take A Book

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Description: Altrusa International of Greater Kansas City, Inc will partner with “The Merc” in a Halloween Pop-Up TAKE A BOOK children's event at “The Merc” parking lot, 501 Minnesota Avenue (intersection of 5th and Minnesota streets) , KCKS; 10 am until noon. This is a free outdoor event for families with children. Join us as we seek to share a love of reading by reading books aloud and then encouraging each child to select one brand new book to take home and add to his/her library. Geared toward pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade children. This FREE event is hosted by Altrusa International of Greater Kansas City, Inc in partnership with "The Merc." It was made possible by a grant of $4000 from Altrusa International Foundation to improve the economic well-being and quality of life in communities that host an Altrusa club. Learn more about Altrusa and the value this service organization places on the importance of literacy to our community. Our partner “The Merc” will provide a treat in the store for any child wearing a Halloween costume. For more information contact Regina Irwin at (816) 507-1463 or by email altrusakansascity@gmail.com. Information also available at www.districteight.altrusa.org or https://www.facebook.com/altrusa.kc Submitted by: Barbara Britt Altrusa International of Greater Kansas City, Inc

Sat, October 31st - 10:00am

 
 
Sat, October 31st - 7:00pm
Haunting History Tours
Haunting History Tours

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Description: Downtown Lawrence’s past comes back to haunt it in this hour-long walking tour. These haunting tales will feature forgery, thievery, murder, fire, and mystery. Running nightly from October 27 through Halloween at 7-8 PM, this tour costs $30 per person or $20 for Watkins Museum members. Call the museum at 785-841-4109 or email whickox@watkinsmuseum.org for reservations. Space is limited and audience discretion is advised. Submitted by: Will Hickox Douglas County Historical Society

Sat, October 31st - 7:00pm

 
 

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