From opera to street festivals, Kansas City's art culture is widely recognized. Here are five surprisingly free ways to enjoy the arts in Kansas City.

Kansas City has developed a huge culture for three things. Sports. Food. Art. We are faithfully passionate about our Royals, Chiefs, Sportings, Tigers, and Jayhawks. This city has an insatiable appetite for deliciously authentic culinary masterpieces. We support the visionaries who creatively bring the depth of their imaginations to life in architecture, installations, music, literature, dance, and theater. Which leads me to the subject of this story. Five surprisingly free ways to become a connoisseur of the arts in Kansas City. Kansas City is widely recognized for its arts. It also works tirelessly to maintain accessibility of the arts in Kansas City for all whoRead More →

What God taught me in 2016 is that faith in Him brings light to the darkest of days. Here's how God's extraordinary love and grace carried me through 2016. - Kiara Watts, My City Adventures

Cheers to 2017! Also, as of January 1st, I’ve been a blogger for three years! Everyday I am so amazed and excited at all the richness that blogging brings to my life. What amazes me even more is how¬†blessed I am, by God, to do what I love. Last year was full of growth, challenges, love, and lots of beautiful moments. It seems like a clich√© to say that 2016 had its ups and downs, but it did. However, with the roller coaster that it was, I learned that faith in God can bring light on the darkest of days. Here’s how God’s extraordinary loveRead More →

Kansas City Restaurant Week is the premier dining event in Kansas City! The 10 days of dining will spotlight local restaurants and support local charities.

Kansas City Restaurant Week (KCRW2017) presented by US Foods kicks off Friday, January 13th, 2017, with 180 participating restaurants across the metro area. The 10 day event, concluding with dinner service on Sunday, January 22nd, marks its eighth consecutive year in Kansas City. Kansas City Restaurant Week 2017 participants will offer lunch and dinner menus under two price tiers – $15 and $33. For the first time in KCRW history, the two prices are interchangeable. This will allow each participating restaurant to customize a lunch and/or dinner menu that best represents its dining experience. To browse menus or make reservations, visit KCRestaurantWeek.com. You can alsoRead More →

A meet up with a local family community inspired an amazing walking tour full of picturesque landscapes, beautiful gardens, and Kansas City,.

In recent years, the Watts family has spent the day after Thanksgiving (aka Black Friday) shopping sales at local places in Kansas City. But… This year I was over holiday shopping before the season began. So I searched for another way to keep us entertained. Enter Thrive Wild + Free KC meet up at the Anita B. Gorman Conservation Discovery Center. With nowhere to be and nothing to do, this jump started an amazing walking tour exploration day. Thrive Wild + Free KC is a casual all-ages community family group that meets at Kansas City metro nature venues twice a month. It’s associated with twoRead More →

My City Adventures, An Evening of Tea, Kansas City, MO

I received complimentary passes to An Evening of Tea in exchange for this special event article. I had the privilege of experiencing my first tea festival in the Spring of 2016. The annual Midwest Tea Festival was a day long celebration of everything to love about tea. During the event, I learned how to prepare a proper cup of tea and how tea merchants select teas from the farmers who grow them. I even discovered a few favorites to take home. What I appreciated most was that the festival dove far beyond mere causal tea drinking and brought those who attended into the rich cultureRead More →

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