Come enjoy the 12th annual Stems: A Garden Soirée at the beautiful OP Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Stroll the gardens and enjoy fine drinks and food, two bands, art, fireworks, and much more. https://artsandrec-op.org/the-arts-recreation-foundation-of-overland-park/stems/
Max Hatt / Edda Glass have "an incomparable spook”(Nashville Scene) and a "unique sound" (Larry Groce, NPR Mountain Stage), comprised of Glass's unmistakable voice, Hatt's epic guitar landscapes, and their award-winning Jazz Americana compositions. Info and tickets at 913 717-9453 or firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets: $15 with reservation, $17 at door, $3 students, free thru 8th grade.
Enjoy this year's Stems: A Garden Soiree at the party of the year. Sip wine, taste delicious food from 24 top restaurants and caterers and enjoy art, music, fireworks, beautiful surroundings and more. Our hand-painted Stems wine glasses, a signature of the event, are back but with exciting new designs.
Start Independence Day off with a 5K or 10K at the Lenexa Freedom Run. This is a family-friendly event with more than 1,300 participants. We welcome runners, walkers and strollers in the race.
Day 2 of the Festival features The Winemaker Dinner on Fri. evening, July 12 at The Oread Hotel. It is always a wonderful evening of gourmet foods and wines featuring the wonderful wines from Schnaer Family Wines and including a representative from the winery to discuss each vintage and give insights into the making of the wines.
Enjoy a solo performance by country singer/songwriter Casi Joy. This Smithville, Missouri, native is based in Nashville and was a past contestant on NBC's "The Voice." The fiery Joy is known for her melodic, personal songwriting. The performance will be followed by a public meet and greet.
Pack your lawn chairs and bring your family to enjoy an evening under the stars at one of our Movie in the Park events. At 8 p.m. enjoy live music and lawn games. The movie begins at dusk.
The Lenexa Community Orchestra performs free concerts for the community each summer. The orchestra, which began in 2017 as a program of the Lenexa Arts Council, is made up of volunteer musicians and is led by conductor Richard Ryan.