Children’s playhouses auctioned off to benefit Veterans Community Project

After being postponed due to Covid-19, the Parade of Playhouses has been rescheduled for July 17-19; proceeds to benefit Veterans Community Project.

KCHBA Auctioning Off Children’s Playhouse for Good Cause

KANSAS CITY, MO — The Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City (KCHBA), located in south Kansas City, is pleased to announce that the Parade of Playhouses, an auction of 13 children’s playhouses for community partner Veterans Community Project (VCP), has been rescheduled for July 17-19. Consumers can view the playhouses in person at Nebraska Furniture Mart’s outdoor pavilion the weekend of July 17-19.

Sponsored by Bickimer Homes, the Parade of Playhouses was originally scheduled during the Greater Kansas City Home & Lifestyle Show March 13-15 at Bartle Hall. The auction was cancelled when a state of emergency was declared due to Covid-19.

Playhouse themes include the Kansas City Chiefs, Whataburger, Dr. Seuss, a castle and more!. Playhouses were built by:

Dr Suess Playhouse
This playhouse built by CKF comes equipped with a Cambria Quartz reading table, games, and a few Dr. Suess books just to get things started.
  • CKF
  • Gardner-Edgerton School District, sponsored by Grata Development
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Engle & Volkers playhouse with two different entrances:  one for Patty Cakes Bakery, and he other for  Sticks & Stones Builders, with a tool bench inside & architects drawing board 
  • Engle & Volkers KC realtor group
  • Ernst Brothers Home Construction, sponsored by Stewart Title
    Habitat for Humanity ph
    Habitat for Humanity’s charming little cottage where a child’s imagination can run wild.
  • Habitat for Humanity, sponsored by Bickimer Homes
  • Excelsior Springs School District, sponsored by Syler Construction
  • Grant’s Custom Homes
Hunt Midwest
 Hunt Midwest’s Imagination Destination provides a variety of interactive indoor and outdoor areas to invent, climb, jump, observe, or simply rest.
  • Hunt Midwest
  • KCHBA Young Professionals
  • Northland Career

CenterOlathe Advance Tech Center, sponsored by Ashlar Homes

Ernst Bros.’ playhouse is  patterned off of quarterback Patrick Mahome’s favorite Texas burger joint and includes a drive-thru window.
  • Winnetonka NKC School District, sponsored by David Elliott of Construction Planning
  • and ServicesVeterans Community Project has turned one of its tiny homes into a playhouse, which will also be auctioned off to the highest bidder.

Click here to view the playhouses. Bidding closes on July 19, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. All proceeds from the auction will benefit Veterans Community Project.

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