Memorial Day Weekend in Kansas City

Quite contrary to popular belief, I do not spend ALL of my time in the kitchen, on the computer, watching Dream Team basketball, and hanging out at the grocery store.  Well, maybe I do spend a lot of time doing those things, but I also love the things to do in our little part of the Midwest.  If you live in the Kansas City area and don’t have any plans, check out this list.  If you don’t live here, this list may make you want to come for a visit.  This is not an all inclusive list.  There is more to do in this city than I have the time and space to write. 

Powell GardensThe Kansas City T-BonesThe Nelson-Atkins Museum of ArtWorlds of FunThe Power and Light DistrictThe Truman LibraryThe PlazaLiberty MemorialThe City MarketOceans of FunThe Kansas City ZooThe RoyalsUnion StationStarlight Theater-Golf-Restaurants-Movie Theaters-The Many Parks, Trails, and Lakes located all throughout the metro area.  Just have fun!

For a more detailed list and descriptions of events this weekend, check out Visit KC Events.

Memorial weekend is indeed a weekend to make memories.  Please do not forget to take a moment or two to remember those who have defended our country, those family and family of friends who are no longer with us, and to remember how to drive safe…..without talking or texting on your cell phone!!!!!!!

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2 Responses to Memorial Day Weekend in Kansas City

  1. muddywaters says:

    I'm going to try taking my daughter to a T-Bones game this summer. When I mentioned that they have a kids' playground, she was fired up to "watch" a game. I also told her that they probably have ice cream. She'll go anyplace that has ice cream.

  2. Lisa says:

    The City Market is definitely on my to do list this summer. I've been wanting to go for a very long time!!

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