Cool Kansas City Events: November

by Cathy on November 2, 2012 · 0 comments

in Kansas City,Travel

Proving that once again Kansas City is NOT a flyover state, there’s plenty to do around town in November. Check out these fun, frivolous festivities:

Friday, November 2, 2012
First Friday -
Excerpts from Kansas City Ballet’s The Nutcracker
6–7:30 p.m. FREE Family Fun Night, no reservations required
The Frost Studio in Kansas City Ballet’s Bolender Center
You and your family will experience the unique opportunity to peek behind the curtain of Kansas City’s favorite holiday tradition for a 90 minute Open Rehearsal.  Enjoy different sequences of The Nutcracker as you move throughout the Bolender Center, visiting multiple studios where the ballet is being worked on by the professional company, plus dancers from the Kansas City Youth Ballet. It’s a casual, come as you are, stay as long as you’d like evening.

Sunday, November 4, 7 pm
Rock legend Lindsey Buckingham performs at Johnson County Community College as part of the Performing Arts Series.

Wednesday, November 7, 6-9 pm
Kansas City’s Got Talent: Corporations from around the metro will be competing for top honors in the second annual corporate talent show at Boulevard Brewing Company, 2501 Southwest Boulevard. Proceeds benefit the Women’s Employment Network.

Saturday, November 10, 4-7 pm
Second Saturday in Weston
Stroll into Unique Shops & Galleries for late night shopping and enjoy in-store specials, local wine and beer, food samples and live entertainment. Have fun with every Second Saturday…shops open late in downtown Weston.

Thursday, November 29, 6:30  pm
Last Bite Cookbook Dinner at Story’s Restaurant in Prairie Village
Featuring Special Guests Pete Dulin and Roy Inman Dinner includes signed copy of Last Bite: 100 Simple Recipes from Kansas City’s best chefs and cooks and four courses from Chef Carl Thorne-Thomsen based on recipes from the book.

Ongoing

KC Strip – KC Trolley Tours: For only $10, you can hop a trolley and visit up to eight entertainment districts, as well as 100 restaurants and bars with exclusive specials. An easy way to experience Kansas City’s nightlife.

Howl at the Moon, “The World’s Greatest Rock ‘N Roll Dueling Piano Show“, is partying five nights a week in the heart of Downtown at the Kansas City Power and Light District. Howl at the Moon’s talented musicians will have you singing and clapping along to everything from Barry Manilow to Lady GaGa.

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