If the NFL Draft isn’t in your plans for the weekend, but you’re still hoping to get out and about, don’t fret. There is still plenty to do around town.
Women of Poetry: Art of the Spokenword April 28
It’s National Poetry Month, and the Black Archives of Mid-America is celebrating with readings from women poets, such as Briana Minor, Zchii Royal, Serenity, and Miestra. Hosted at the Black Archives, the poetry event is free to the public.
Kansas City Vampire Prom April 28
Add some bite to prom night during the Kansas City Vampire Society’s annual prom. Dress to impress as vampires, witches, faeries, and other dark creatures of the night. The evening will include music from DJs spinning favorite tunes, refreshments, libations, a photo booth, and the crowning of a prom king and queen at midnight.
Trapp and Company Spring 2023 Open House Through April 29
Spring has sprung at Trapp and Company with plenty of new merchandise in fashion, giftware, seasonal, home décor, and spring blooms. Throughout the weekend there will be in-store specials, and wonderful sips while you shop.
Fourth Anniversary Celebration April 27-30
Servaes Brewing Co. is celebrating four years as Kansas City’s first women-owned brewery. Throughout the weekend, you can expect food trucks, pop-up shops, new merch, beer and dessert pairings, music bingo, mimosa flights, raffle prizes, kids’ activities, and more than 24 beer releases.
Doric String Quartet April 30
One of the leading quartets of its generation, the Doric String Quartet, is stopping by The Folly. Known for wowing audiences and critics across the globe, expect your favorites from Berg, Beethoven, and Elgar.