Join us for an engaging conversation led by Steve Kraske! Every other month at our Stakeholder's Luncheons, we will have thought-leaders discussing specific themes focused around jazz in Kansas City. "Kansas City Jazz History," as told by Kansas City jazz aficionados will be January's theme - we hope you will join the conversation!
Join us for an overview of how the BBB creates community and an ethical marketplace for businesses and consumers. Newly accredited businesses can learn about benefits and value of accreditation, from how to maximize profiles for great customer impressions & lead generation, to training and networking events.
Learn how to taste and evaluate both white and red wines. We will discuss the basics of wine making, a bit of wine history and practice how to taste a range of wines. If you are just getting into wine or you want to brush up your knowledge, this class is for you.
Do you want to polish your technical abilities or correct fit issues in your personal collection or fashion line?
Then join us for one or more of the below sections through which students will deepen their knowledge of advanced fashion design techniques. Perfect for high school and adult designers looking to elevate their garment-making skills to a more professional level. Previous sewing machine and garment construction experience are essential.
Join Code for KC for an exciting two day hackathon where we write apps that solve community problems. Do you love coding, design, project management, or community engagement? How does working on open source while solving practical problems sound to you? Then join us for this exciting two day event! Learn more at hack-kc.org.
Join us for a fun filled afternoon of cooking and chatting all things Whole30! Perfect for anyone who is looking to harness their inner chef and gain confidence in the kitchen. Christine's approach to cooking is simple. No recipe? No problem! Learn the secrets to cooking intuitively and letting your kitchen creativity soar!
The 2019 SCLC-GKC Artist Tribute will feature artists local to Kansas City who will pay tribute to music and spoken word of the Civil Rights Movement (1955-1970); the period in which African Americans strove to outlaw the discrimination of their people and gain voting rights in the United States.
KANSAS CITY REGGAE COMMUNITY ,FLO KC and THE 18TH ST UNION presents Crossroads Reggae and Flo party KC Crossroads Arts District 8pm - COMMUNITY SOUND SYSTEM 9pm - MAGANDA BAND 11PM - DJ ROB REEVES AND GONZA $10 COVER
Join us for a letter and postcard writing gathering to urge our legislators to support criminal justice reform in Missouri. We will raise awareness about the number of people incarcerated in Missouri and the fact that Missouri has the fastest rising rate of female incarceration in the country.
We already know that finding the right home is important, but having a plan to do so is CRUCIAL. Before you can buy a home, you need to know what’s on your credit report, what you can afford and from there you can prepare a plan of action.
Join black professionals from across the KC area for a night of video games, cards, trash talk, and good times. This year we're excited to partner with the newly opened Local Legends Gaming Center to support of the city's hottest black-owned businesses.
1 Million Cups KC is a weekly entrepreneurial showcase and networking event hosted at Plexpod Westport Commons (300 E 39th St KCMO 64111) every Wednesday at 9 AM (free and open to the public). The 1MCKC community is celebrating Black History month by featuring local African American-owned businesses. Do you own a scalable startup and are looking for a stage to share your story? Consider applying! Click "Apply to present" at the 1MCKC website.
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