The Global Orphan Project invites you to a celebration of hope, transformation, and investment in the lives children around the world at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Proceeds from the evening will go to meet the greatest needs of orphaned and vulnerable children in the care of The Global Orphan Project's local church partners.
Proceeds support the Brian Tumor Trials Collaborative and KU Cancer Center and Solace House locally. Cost is $35 through Aug. 22; $40 for late registration or day of the 5K. Discounts apply for families and teams. Register at HeadForTheCure.org/metro-kc.
Enjoy an afternoon performance by the Knobtown Skiffle Band at 3:00 p.m. and an evening performance by the John Brown Boys beginning at 5:00 p.m. Both concerts are free and take place off the front porch of the Atkins-Johnson Farmhouse.
Join us Sunday, September 9th, for "I Can See the Rabbit hOle From Here!” - a two-part benefit celebration in partnership with Chicken N Pickle, featuring special guests: Jon Scieszka and the Stinky Cheese Man! Tickets at ICanSeeTheRabbitHole.Eventbrite.com
Stretch, breathe and relax with a series of six morning-yoga classes held at the Atkins-Johnson Farm and Museum. Upcoming classes run September 15 – October 27 but there will not be class on October 13. Register at the Gladstone Community Center or by phone at 816.423.4200. Please bring your own yoga mat, water, and towel. Registration required.
Join us for an outdoor fiesta! The evening will feature food from Mi Ranchito and music and dancing by KC Latin and Jazz Allstars.
Join as a team or individual for this inspirational fundraising walk and 5K run to support ovarian cancer awareness. So grab your running shoes, family, friends & coworkers for what’s expected to be the biggest ovarian cancer event in Kansas City history!
Participate in the Kansas City Get Your Rear in Gear® 5K Run/Walk to help raise funds for colon cancer awareness in the Kansas City area. Monies raised will stay in our community, helping with prevention, early detection and treatment, and healthy living projects for this disease. The event includes refreshments, tech shirts and marathon quality medals for age group winners.
Welcome fall with the Liberty Fall Festival! With 175 craft booths, a carnival, live music, and tasty food and beverages for sale, there's something for everyone. A mobile app will help you navigate the festival. Admission is free.
We will have interactive workshops that focus on a variety of topics that surround the caregiver - self-care, identity, burnout/burden, emotions, suicide, and resiliency. We want to provide you with tools so that when you return home you are better equipped to navigate this journey. We also hope you find a wonderful support group to ensure your resiliency.
Ian’s Rainbow Flu Foundation’s Walking to Fight the Flu is hosting our 12th annual family walk and 5K on October 13th to raise awareness of the seriousness of influenza. Registration/check-in begins at 10am with the walk/5K starting at 11am at English Landing Park in Parkville, MO. For more information visit www.iansrainbow.org or email IansRainbow2003@gmail.com.