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  • Terry Prindle
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    As darkness falls, fear rises when the Overlord calls his army to transform World's of Fun into Halloween Haunt. This Halloween event allows you to experience the thrills of your favorite rides and the chills of extreme haunted attractions as you navigate the fog-filled midways where over 400 monsters lurk to feed off your screams. All you fear is here on weekend nights from now until October 29th. The haunting starts at 6:30 p.m.
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    This is a free event every Sunday at City Market Park in Kansas City. The market is open from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every Sunday. You can expect to find jewelry, decor, ceramics, clothing, and many other forms of art. There are over 60 vendors each Sunday so come out, support local art makers, and have a good time.
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    The annual thrilling event that is Halloween Haunt takes place at Worlds of Fun. The event will only be on the weekends starting Friday, September 16th and ending October 29th. There will be over 400 kinds of monsters willing to scare those who dare enter. There will also be scare zones, mazes, haunted houses, as well as the rides to enjoy while you are there. You can purchase tickets online or at the gate.
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    If you have not tried Crumbl Cookie and you or someone you know has a sweet tooth, I recommend giving them a try. Crumbl Cookie is not your average cookie shop. The franchise has a weekly rotating menu with specialty flavors; so each week you get different flavors. There are a couple of staple cookies such as chocolate chip and sugar cookies that are always available as well. Crumbl Cookie opened its doors in 2017 and since then has expanded to over 300 bakeries across 36 states in the U.S. So, odds are there is a shop close to you that you can go and try right now.
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    Want a little bit of history on the T-Mobile Center (formerly the Sprint Center)? I got some for you. The T-Mobile Center is home to most of Kansas Cities' live entertainment and is also a
    multi-purpose complex. Not only do concerts and shows of various degrees perform here, but so do sports tournaments. Located in the heart of Kansas City, if you have ever been to a show here, you will definitely be immersed in the Kansas City experience. The complex can hold around 19,000 occupants depending on the type of event. Construction on the center started in 2005 but wasn't open to the public until 2007. The giant sphere-shaped center is a hard one to miss when driving through the city, I hope you know more about it now.
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    Themed hands-on activities at Science City at Union Station for kids. There will be face painting, balloon artists, and more. Come out Saturday, August 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Science City and KidFest is dedicated to early childhood learning as well as fun. Regular Science City admission applies.
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    Celebrate the 75th anniversary on September 3rd and September 4th at the New Century AirCenter. There will be so many different types of planes to watch flying over as well as exhibits to explore. The show will feature the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, the Red Bull Skydiving team and other amazing performances. General admission at the gate is $55 for adults and children five and under are free.
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    Come out to Westport September 9th through September 11th for the largest visual arts show in the area. This event showcases Kansas City regional artists work in all different categories such as ceramics, printmaking, wood, painting, and more. Come out and celebrate the 42nd year of Art Westport and to support regional artists.
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    Come out to Sedalia, MO for the Missouri State Fair. It is about an hour's drive from the Kansas City metro area. There will be vendors, a carnival, musical entertainment, attractions and shows, animals, food, and more. The state fair lasts until August 21st and the general fair admission is $12 for adults, $8 for ages 60+, $3 for youth ages 6-12, and free for children 5 and under. Some shows require other admissions.
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    This is a free event that happens on First Fridays from 2:00 to 9:00 p.m. Graffiti Attic is a 1/4 mile of a wall in Union Station located on the seventh floor that you are allowed to graffiti/draw on. What a way to express yourself as an artist or just a way to express yourself in general. Make your mark in Kansas City at Union Station with this fun event.
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    Have you ever had a dream of watching hundreds of lanterns float on the water? If so, come out to the Water Lantern Festival on Saturday, July 23rd from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at Frank A. Theis Park. In addition to decorating lanterns and watching them glide through the water, there will also be food and music. What a fun activity for friends and family to enjoy this summer.
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    A farm in the city? Yes, off of Swope Park is Shady Frase Farm that is free to the public for visits. You can find this farm under Willow trees with all sorts of farm animals such as pigs, goats, and birds all about. The farm is all about healing and the owner wants to share that with the public.
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    This is a coffee shop in the south Plaza district, pretty close to Loose Park. I enjoyed the ambiance in the shop. It was a smaller shop with more of a dark, industrial feel inside and the people who made my coffee were so lovely. A bonus about the shop, especially being downtown, was that there was a small parking lot off of the building which made it easier to park. The coffee was good as well but I found it to be a little overpriced, in my opinion but that could very well be because it is in the middle of downtown. Overall, it was a lovely experience.
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    Become a kid again and bring out a team of seven, with at least three women, to the Berkely River Front for Field Day. The event takes place on Saturday, August 6th, and is great for adult friends, family members, team-building opportunities, and just plain fun. If you can't find a team you can sign up individually and will be assigned to a team. Check-in is at 11:00 a.m. with games starting at noon. There will be six different events over the course of the day. Tickets are $300 per team. Have fun and release your inner child!
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    Come out to Powell Gardens for the 25th year of the Festival of Butterflies. This event takes place from July 21st until August 7th between 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. If you are a fan of nature, especially butterflies, this is the place for you. There will be lovely botanical displays and features. Features include a lotus pond, butterfly meadow walk, a creation station, and more. Admission is free for children under 4, $6 for children between the ages of 5 and 12, $11 for ages 60+, and $12 for adults.
  • Malia Turner
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    Come out to Crown Center on July 22nd for a movie and good food. This is a free event and there will be food trucks and other vendors on site. The movie playing this evening will be A League of Their Own and will start at 6:00 p.m. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for a drive-in style feel.
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    This is an arts and culture celebration for the Kansas City metro area. This is a two-week event that has 277 performances spread across 13 venues. The festival features theatre, dance, film, music, and visual arts. Opening night will be Friday, July 15th. Tickets for varying shows and performances can be found on the Fringe website. If you are a lover of the arts, this is a must.
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    Worlds of Fun July 4th fireworks are back! Spend the day at the park then hang around for the show. It's time to get back to 'normal' and what better way to celebrate some normalcy than to watch the biggest fireworks show around?
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    This is an outdoor exhibit included in your general admission to Powell Gardens. Here you get to experience eight different models of forts and get in touch with your inner child. The best thing is that Fortopia is for all ages and is open until October 16th in Kingsville.
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    Want something fun to do throughout the summer? Hot Country Nights is a free event (minus a couple of shows) in the Power and Light District that hosts summer concerts all season long. Every Thursday night a band/act is scheduled to perform. The lineup for this season includes Granger Smith, LANCO, and more. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and the concerts start around
    7:00 p.m.
  • Terry Prindle
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    Kansas City, MO
    Get ready to go off the deep end as Oceans of Fun opens on May 28th. The biggest water park in the Midwest will be kicking off its 40th season. Cool off from the summer heat in their wide variety of watery fun. They have a lazy river, wave pool, water slides, and much, much more. Come out this summer and enjoy the fun at Oceans of Fun.
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    This is an event from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. that will take place at The John Wornall House Museum on June 4th and span 2.5 miles through the Brookside district and the Wornall HOA. Tickets are $20 for the walk and you will receive a map and a digital booklet to guide you along the walk. During the walk, there will be reenactments along the way as well as people you can ask questions. This is a chance to discover historic facts and see how Brookside went from remote to the residential/commercial powerhouse we know it to be today.
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    Are you ready for some summer theme park fun? World of Fun is now open on weekends from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday and 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. on Sundays. Then starting Monday, June 6th, the park is open all week long. World of Fun has something for the entire family. You can bring the little ones out for a fun day at Camp Snoopy or enjoy the many rides and roller coasters with the older members of your family. Come out this summer and enjoy everything Worlds of Fun has to offer.
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    Come out to Crown Center and Washington Square Park from June 17th through the 18th for this urban street festival. Boulevardia is the place to sample beer and food as well as listen to some good music. Coming back this year is the popular Ferris Wheel and a silent disco. Boulevardia will go on Friday from 4:00 to 11:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online starting at $45.
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    Kansas City, MO
    Squier is a historic neighborhood and has been around since 1880. The area was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. This is an HOA neighborhood in midtown that gives easy access to the crossroads, the plaza, and Westport. Many homes in the area have been revitalized and given new life while keeping the rich history of the neighborhood alive. If you are wanting to be immersed in Kansas City living, then this could be the area for you.

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