In a bit of a rut when it comes to your weekend plans? We’ve narrowed down a lil’ of this and a lil’ of that to ensure the perfect respite from your hectic work week.
PIE! Okay … now that we’ve got your attention, listen up. There’s a sugar-rush inducing Pie & Coffee Flight sampling event on Saturday at the Roasterie’s Factory Location. Yes, you read right. Tippin’s famous pumpkin, pecan and apple pies will be featured and paired with The Roasterie’s famous coffees for only $5. Your diet can start tomorrow.
Pie & Coffee
When: Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 10 am to 2 pm
Where: The Roasterie Factory Location
1204 W 27th Street Kansas City, MO 64108
Party on, Wayne! Party on, Garth! You won’t want to miss Rock of Agesat The Arts Asylum. Get ready for a rabble rousing, foot stomping, silly, thrilling local community theater premiere, when the monster Broadway hit takes the stage—courtesy of The Barn Players.
Rock of Ages
When: Through November 18th—evenings at 7:30 pm, Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm.
Where: The Arts Asylum, 1000 East 9th Street, (off Harrison Street), Kansas City, MO 64106.
Tickets: Adult tickets are $20; Senior (Age 65+) tickets are $18.00; Group tickets of 10 or more are $15 each; Students (with ID) tickets are $15. You may buy online at: thebarnplayers.org, via phone at 913.432.9100, or at the Barn’s box office. Cash and credit cards are accepted.
This is your last weekend to enjoy our beloved WWI memorial illuminated with nearly 55 million pixels and 800,00 lumens display featuring more than 5,000 poppies each evening with a moving light installation. At the peak of each hour, presentations of images, footage, and details about World War I. This event occurs for nine days leading up to November 11 in recognition of the nine million soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the war. The view of the illuminations will be available from the grounds of the memorial. Worth noting—the North lawn is likely your best location to see the display.
Peace and Remembrance
When: Starting at 6 pm through November 11(ends at 1 a.m. each morning)
Where: North lawn outside WWI Museum and Memorial
Free to public