The Parkinson’s Foundation will be presenting “Parkinson’s, Sleep and Me” on September 19 at the KU Edwards Campus, 12604 Quivira Rd. in Overland Park, KS.
Nestled in the heart of our city is 27 acres of park land that holds the remains of some of Kansas City’s most important historical figures.
It is called Marlborough Blomes, and soon this sculpture will beautify 81st and Troost, an area once plagued with dilapidated buildings, litter and a lot of crime. Its new home will also have a new amphitheater and extensive playground.
Loud House Farm will be offering a pop up brunch on Sunday, September 15th, at Crane Brewing, 6515 Railroad St, in Raytown. The brunch will be held in the Barrel Room.
A Silent Art Auction will be in the lobby of Brookdale Wornall Place, 107th and Wornall Rd., from 4 to 7 p.m. Hors d’oeuvres, drinks and music will be available. The public is invited.