Learn what it takes to become a Centurion! Meet members of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce's Centurions Leadership Program at one of our information sessions.
LEARN Day-long task forces, service projects, and conversations with community and business leaders give Centurions an in-depth understanding of important community issues.
SERVE Centurions provide much-needed service to dozens of organizations throughout Greater Kansas City.
LEAD Throughout the program, Centurions received unique leadership development opportunities, learn about service on nonprofit and community boards, and discuss civic engagement and business success with community leaders. Upon completion of the program Centurions possess both the skills and avenues of opportunity necessary to assume leadership roles that will help move Greater Kansas City into the future.
Erykah Badu, American singer-songwriter, record producer and actress will headline the Fountain City Blues & Jazz Festival at Sprint Center on Friday, Oct. 19 with special guest Goodie Mob and CeeLo Green.
Starting in October, KCAVP will be holding a community event called Self Care Saturdays each month. We invite all in the community to come out and enjoy workshops, fitness classes, and other community education offerings. These events are free.to the public, but all donations are welcomed!
Beginner friendly yoga class. The Philosophic Principals Of Kemetic Yoga Places Emphasis The Rejuvenation Of The Entire Body And Mind, And Not Just Physical Development Of Outer Muscles And Flexibility.
Kemetic Yoga™ is the ancient Egyptian system of Yoga enlightenment based upon the practices of physical movements combined with controlled deep breathing and meditation. The modern version of this ancient system was developed from primary research conducted by Dr. Asar Hapi and Master Yirser Ra Hotep (Elvrid Lawrence) of Chicago during the 1970s.
Glory House Services, Inc. is a Non Profit Organization in Kansas City. We invite you to a "Flag Bowl." Let's come together to celebrate our Haitian Flag/Country. · Authentic Haitian Cuisine/Drink · Haitian Troubadour · A little history about Flag/ Country · Silent Auction over pure Haitian Craft
Welp, it's been quite the year. On Saturday, October 20, join us at 18th St Union to celebrate one year of UN/TUCK existing on this Earth. It has been our mission to elevate marginalized voices through music, and though we have accomplished a great deal in collaboration with so many amazing artists, we are only just beginning to build this platform in Kansas City and beyond. As the music scene transforms and evolves, we feel it is vital to deliberately make space for parties that celebrate inclusivity and accessibility. We're excited to work with 18th Street Union to bring you a night of diverse vibes, artistry, and BPMs.
Did we mention a glass of mimosa & brunch included! Ok! Ok! Here’s the agenda: ✨Yoga starts at 8:30am at Nella Yoga led by Shanell (5504 Troost) ✨ Walk to Happy Apple Cafe @9:45am (5536 Troost) ✨ Sip on some mimosas and enjoy plant-based food until !!! 🌱✨❤️🌱🌱✨❤️💯
Logan has recently recorded his fourth album as a band leader entitled "Blues People" featuring Richardson on Alto Saxophone, and effects; Justus West, Electric Guitar, & Vocals; Igor Osypov, Electric Guitar; DeAndre Manning, Electric Bass; Ryan J. Lee, Drums. This project sonically sets Logan off into a completely different territory as he dives deeper into his roots presenting a sci-fi themed, hauntingly 80's referenced, soundtrack to his life. This album is now available on the Stretch Music/ Ropeadope and Universal Music labels worldwide.
Kansas City poet Jermaine Thompson will lead an exploration of word and memory in this workshop inspired by two Open Spaces artworks installed in the Crossroads District. Dreams of Flight by Randy Regier, and Never Records by Ted Reiderer lead their audience/participants to new perspectives on memory and how it is held and recorded. This workshop experience will span their installations, a dedicated writing session, and a walk in the Crossroads District, focused on the themes of memory and our sense of "the real."
District Rhythms returns on Sunday, October 21st with featuring Eugene Smiley's Blue Revue with special guests: Tom "Trashmouth" Baker, Sammie "Koolaid" Johnson, John Paul Drum, J.J. Johnson, Millage Gilbert & The Down Home Blue Band and Atlantic Express! at the KC Live! Block! Show is FREE to attend from 4-7 PM.
4U will present the music of Prince like never before, with a full symphony orchestra. In addition, each show will feature a live band including amazing musicians and vocalists who will perform alongside the orchestra. 4U will include Prince’s extensive musical catalog will be represented including his greatest hits as well as some of his lesser known gems in this musical celebration.
Kansas City two-stepping’s roots took hold in the mid-1950s as the flamboyant big band and swing eras of jazz that once dominated the nightclubs of New York, Chicago and KC began to wane in favor of the new, slower sound of R&B.
East of Troost Avenue in Kansas City, grocery stores are more likely to emphasize sugary, fatty foods near the entrance. Farther west, however, stores beckon with fresh produce and fish. Can that change?
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