Are you a little tired of the online dating scene? Do you like coffee? Want to do something fun? Want to meet some new people? Then this event is for you!
Join Kansas City's Premier Matchmaker and Relationship Coach, AKA "The Date Doctor" Timmy Gibson for a Singles Coffee Mixer at Black Dog Coffeehouse in Lenexa. This is something different than the BIG Singles Mixers he hosts downtown. More intimate, fewer people, no loud music, more opportunity to meet and interact with other singles. It will be done simuliar to a Speed Dating event ... but Timmy promises to not make it weird!
Looking for a engaging Saturday Afternoon?
Want a discussion on today's pressing topics on the black community?
Like poetry/hip-hop and want a chance to workshop and perform?
Good! Your in Luck! AphroCentrik Entertainment is hosting "Kanye? Lessons on Positive and Negative Evolution" (Designed By Ninel Nekay)
Under the theme of Kanye's Antics and Evolution we will discuss issues pertain to Black men and women's evolution and Kanye's effect on our culture. Then we will complete a writing workshop using Kanye's lyrics and end with an open with special feature Ogechi Ofodu with her book "Lost Negro Records"!!
Spend the afternoon with us, it's free!!
Refreshments will be served
We are excited to bring Uncorked Wine Festivals back to Kansas City! Join us for the second annual Uncorked: KC Champagne and WIne Festival on March 11th at Union Station. We will have 50 wineries including local favroite wineries, a Champagne bar and International wine selection. Also a DJ, custom photo booth and amazing local food trucks.
We will be gathering at the Fishtank Aquarium space from 2-4pm on March 11th to view the live training from the ACLU. After we will open up the floor to a group discussion on how we can use what we've learned in our community.
Join us for our monthly coding series, Coding & Cocktails. Women are invited to attend sessions to get an introduction to website building in a fun, laid-back atmosphere.
We'll talk about what the command line is, what to use it for, how to use it, some common commands and get you some practice with support from awesome mentors!
In recognition of Women’s History Month, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum will host “ Black Women In Sports” featuring a discussion with honored guest Claire Smith and moderator Dr. Rebecca Davis, Univeristiy of Missouri-Kansas City.
Smith will discuss her over 30 year career as an award winning sports journalist and editor. She was recently selected as the 2017 Spink Award winner by the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWA), for “meritorious contributions to baseball writing.” She is the first female writer so honored for this prestigious award. The National Baseball Hall of Fame describes Smith as “a pioneer within the baseball community as one of the first women to cover a major league baseball beat extensively and as an influential voice among African-American writers.”
Kick off March basketball by participating in Kansas City’s Big 12 Run. The course begins and ends in the heart of downtown Kansas City. With two distances to choose from, a 12K or 5K, runners of all experience levels are encouraged to participate in this family-friendly event. Strollers are welcome for the 5K race. Everyone that crosses the finish line for either distance will receive a finisher’s medal.
Five hundred new vehicles all in one place, exotic cars, food trucks and a beer and wine lounge, have come together for the event you’ve been waiting for all year, the Kansas City Auto Show, March 8-12 at Bartle Hall.
See the latest in innovation and styling while comparison shopping for vehicles from dozens of manufacturers. Then step outside and test drive your favorite Buicks, GMCs, Chevys, Fords and Toyotas.
The KC Auto Show isn’t just about the cars, it’s all about the fun! Head over to KC’s Garage where you can relax, enjoy your favorite beer, listen to music and feast on incredible fresh food from local food trucks. Bring the kids to Paradise Park Kids Korner where they can run relay races, play in giant inflatables and make crafts.
Charlie Wilson brings the "In It To Win It" tour to Sprint Center in March with special guests Fantasia, Johnny Gill and Solero.
Have a great weekend!
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