Why is it that these creatures seem so terrifying? Could all the stories you have heard about snakes be true? See Kansas snakes as we explore the facts and fallacies of these legless wonders of the natural world. The cost of the program to be paid at the site is $3 per person including adults (ages 2 and under are free). Preregistration is not required.
Join for a day filled with great 20-minute informational seminars, representatives from each vendor and exclusive sale pricing. For a list of seminar times, visit CruiseHolidaysKC.com
Aspiring to expand the genre of percussion chamber music through performing and creative collaboration, arx duo has been blazing a trail in the realm of contemporary music since their inception at the Yale School of Music in 2013 with a repertoire ranging from established masters to today’s newest compositional voices. For tickets and information, visit 1900Bldg.com/Concerts/arxduo.
A world-premiere production with magic and wonderment where 13-year old Jack McCall learns some very bad news about his health. His best friend, Waddy, is not as concerned as he is. From there, reality blends with fantasy as Jack becomes convinced that he needs to find his way back to the magical park and the imaginary friends from his childhood. Showtimes vary.
Experience a traditional 1904 Valentine’s Day! Use pen and ink as you make a valentine and create your own Victorian puzzle purse. Stop in the gift shop for some candy sticks, bonnets, and other treasures from long ago. All ages welcome for this free drop-in program. Groups over 10, call to schedule your visit. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Explore the museum’s signature exhibition featuring the 1950s All-Electric House, and play in KidScape! Tour the temporary exhibit, “Let’s Celebrate: Johnson County Museum is 50!” Have hands-on fun with activities and crafts in the museum from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. No preregistration required. Purchase admission upon arrival. Adult: $5, senior (60+): $4, ages 1-17: $3 children under 1 and museum members: free.
Celebrate the birthday of Kansas with the American bison, tiger salamander and sunflower, just a few of the natural symbols of our great state! Learn about the Kansas flag and interact with hands-on items and live animals. No preregistration required. Purchase admission upon arrival. Adult: $5, senior (60+): $4, ages 1-17: $3 children under 1 and museum members: free.
Born in Kansas City, Deborah’s musical talents propelled her from coast to coast in the U.S., eventually leading her to Europe via Japan and Indonesia, culminating in a 12-year residency in Europe. Performing in nightclubs, concerts and jazz festivals and on television and radio soundstages, she has 16 recordings as a leader and is featured on many others. For tickets and information, call 913.469.4445.