Come out for the first Happy Trees at The Hook Friday open house event! You will receive instruction during this class, but you will also be encouraged to paint your lady to fit your style. Hat, no hat, long hair, short hair...dont care :)
The holiday season is over and it’s time for you to rejuvenate and focus on you! Join us at our Visions in Purpose workshop where we set our intentions to conquer 2018. Bring some old magazines an open mind.
Street Medicine KC (SMKC) works to ensure access to quality health care and social services for Kansas City’s unreached, underinsured, uninsured, and service resistant homeless and at-risk populations. SMKC seeks to provide “street medicine”, a systematic outreach and approach to provide medical care directly to those living and sleeping on the streets through mobile services such as walking teams, medical vans, and outreach clinics. Street Medicine is the first essential step in achieving higher levels of care through assertive, coordinated, and collaborative medical management and social services.
This is our first gathering of poets, writers and contributors for the HerStory show. Please bring your written pieces and be prepared to share with the group. We are SOOO excited about this collaboration! Bring a friend!
New Common Ground will be rocking Awaze Saturday night - Come on out and enjoy our unique Reggae sounds and check out what Pablo is burnin' in the kitchen. It's Saturday nite and the weather is definitely gonna be right! And even if it's cold outside the music and kitchen will be hot! Early show is the perfect way to kick off your evening!
Don’t miss this exceptional, dynamic, multi-arts event! Seven visual works by Glyneisha Johnson open doors to Black American domestic life. Seven, local poets respond, a page per poet, each dedicated to one of the works.
Sponsored by The Southern Christian Leadership Conference and The Jewish Community Relations Bureau / American Jewish Committee Hosted by Community Christian Church on behalf of the interfaith community of Greater Kansas City.
Keynote Speaker Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, Jr is an American pastor, author and activist. Moss is well known for his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement and his friendship with both Martin Luther King Jr. and Martin Luther King Sr.
This cooking class is part of a series on the Foundations of a More Plant-Based Diet.
Eggplant “bacon”-wrapped asparagus and Italian seasoned mushroom balls/patties with spiralized veggies. Both the eggplant and the mushroom bases have many options for other dishes and seasonings. You will learn about textures and seasonings and how to wow omnivores with vegan flavors and textures.
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