Upcoming Kansas City Events That Will Help You Get Adjusted to Your Community
April 5, 2012
If you recently moved with the assistance of Kansas City Movers, you might be interested in getting involved in the community right from the get-go. If this is the case, there are several upcoming events that can help your family members make Kansas feel like home.
1. The Phillips 66 Big Men’s Basketball Championship, which takes place from March 7-10 at the Sprint Center and Municipal Auditorium, is a popular NCAA event that’s televised on major networks like ESPN. If you’re an avid basketball fan, you might be interested to know that this event has taken place in Kansas City 11 times since its founding in 1997.
2. If you want to show your support for the local arts, the Kansas City Ballet Guild’s 45th Annual Ballet Ball Benefit on March 3 will entail a charming evening of fine dining, top-notch cocktails and professional dancing.
3. Taking place on March 3 at the Ottawa Municipal Auditorium in the nearby KC suburb of Ottawa, Kansas, the KOFO Home and Garden Expo is a great way to learn local gardening techniques, and it’s free to attend.
4. Since jazz is such an integral part of the local culture, the University of Missouri at Kansas City hosts annual music events such as the UMKC Jazz Combos at the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance on March 7.
5. It’s not uncommon for the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, one of the most distinguishing landmarks in the city, to feature stunning shows like Million Dollar Quartet, which will be presented by Broadway Across America from March 20-25. This particular musical will combine the songs and dance styles of legends like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis.
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