What to Look Forward to This Week

April 8 – 12, 2015

 

 

Ink’s Middle of the Map Fest: Film
April 8-12
Alamo Drafthouse

Featuring films like Slow West starring Michael Fassbender, you may as well set up camp at the Alamo Drafthouse so you don’t miss a minute of the action!


 

Made-to-Measure
April 8-10
Halls on Grand

Find your perfect style and fit at Halls with the help of Individualized Shirts (April 8-9) and Samuelsohn (April 9-10).


 

Studio One Sixty Open House
April 8
Studio One Sixty, 16010 Metcalf Ave

Celebrate the opening of this new interior design studio with wine, hors d’oeuvres and new market products!


 

Sebastien Lagree at The Body Lab
April 10
The Body Lab

Join The Body Lab for an exclusive workout session with the man behind the Megaformer machine and many A-list bodies, Sebastien Lagree.


 

Singin’ in the Rain
April 10-11
Kauffman Center

Get ready for pure movie magic as legendary Hollywood musical Singin’ in the Rain plays on the big screen in Helzberg Hall accompanied by the Kansas City Symphony performing the soundtrack live on stage!


 

Chef at the Vineyard Series
April 11
Terra Vox Vineyard

Join Chef Michael Foust of The Farmhouse for a five course dinner that brings together local seasonal ingredients, the sheep’s milk cheeses of Green Dirt Farm and Terra Vox’s unique wines for a fascinating food experience.


 

Romeo & Juliet To Go
April 11
Powell Gardens

We love free events, especially when they’re in a gorgeous outdoor setting! Romeo and Juliet To Go brings together seven actors to portray 21 roles in this fast-paced version of the classic play presented by the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival.


 

Worlds of Fun Opening Day
April 11

This has to mark the unofficial start to summer right?!


 

Variety Show 2015
April 11
The Midland

If you love comedian Mike Birbiglia and supporting local charities as much as we do, attending this event is a no-brainer.


 

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