Ribfest 11-11 Friday through Sunday at intrust .. Parking lot D
And half price 11-1 today while we’re there .. sharing the music fun and barbcue with you
At noon, a memorial, and 12:30 the placement of a wreath at the Law Enforement Memorial at Central and main, recognizing the 29 Law enforcement officrs who have died in the line of duty .. most recently Deputy Brian Etheridge
Tonight.. at the Orpheum.. the Jester Awards .. the celebration of high school music students and their theatrical achievements.. More than 30 productions are part of the awards.. the evening starts with a 6 o’clock red carpet
Area stages… At the Forum tonight,. It’s the Full monty
At Crown Uptown, it’s Little Women..
East West run for Victory in the Valley kicks off at 8 am with the 5k tomorrow morning at Exploration place .. and ends up with the kids run.. and the 10:30 Celebration Stroll .. The ruby red east side shirts ..and beautiful blue west side shirts will fill the area, .. so will music,.. silent auction items ..and pancakes.. registration still available onsite .. Details at victory in the valley dot com
Farmers Market at the Extension Office is 7 to noon tomorrow morning.. Website: Kansas Grown Farmers Market the Delano Community Market Location .. is Wednesday at 5.. Lawrence Dumont Parking lot .. the East side one is Tuesdays from 3 to 6:30 at Green Acres..
Tomorrow at noon.. downtown Y.. Boot Camp for New Dads .. get advice from “veteran dads”
And tomorrow evening.. 6:30 .. Opera on the Lake a Bradley Fair.. Free Opera Under the Sky.. bring your own lawn chair..
At the Mid America all Indian Center.. 10-4 .. the exhibit about Blackbear Bosin.. walking in Two Worlds.. .. an amazing exhibit of Bosin’s life in the Wichita workplace and as part of the Indian nation..
Saturday night and Sunday afternoon the Rogers Ballet student performance is called.. Fun and Games, and costumes are reflective of board games .. It looks charming.. admission is free..
And Sunday.. 7:p .. Swingin Sundays Learn to swing dance at Care to Dance.. on W. Douglas
Mark Cowtown for next weekend as Steampunk makes a very popular return
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21 instructors bring Summer camps alive at The Wichita Center for the Arts starting June 3rd, .. for eight weeks, .. all ages.. all mediums, even Smart Phone Photography just check out the Mary Koch School of Visual Arts at the Wichita Center for the Arts.
Invites you to
The 11th Annual Awards Banquet & Scholarship Recognition
“Partnership in Communities”
Founder of Blue Moon Brewing Company
Mark your calendar for the 54th Annual Friends of the Wichita Art Museum
Art and Book Fair
Saturday, May 11, 10 am to 5 pm
and Sunday, May 12, 11 am to 5 pm
at Century II Exhibition Hall
Continuing the Mother's Day weekend tradition, each year the Fair focuses on the presentation of high-quality arts and fine crafts made by artisans around the country. This year, the Fair will also offer children's activities as well as several musicians who will be performing throughout the weekend.
Several special events will be presented in Kennedy Plaza. Wichita's specialty food trucks will offer their gourmet fare, and a chalk-art contest will feature local artists creating colorful works of art on the plaza. On Sunday, Kennedy Plaza will showcase cars from the British Car Club of Wichita.
The Book Fair will be held on the balcony of Century II's Exhibition Hall.
There will be "early bird" shopping hours on Saturday morning from 10 am to noon. A $5 admission fee allows committed shoppers to arrive early to scoop precious finds. Later Art and Book Fair visitors pay no admission cost.
The Inter-Faith Youth Challenge is a friendly competition among middle and high school youth that raises funds to help children in need. Participants can choose events like swimming, running, Mario Kart, Inter-Faith Jeopardy, and others. More importantly, they will have fun, meet others, and help provide food to hungry children.
Teens can participate as an individuals or they can form a team with their friends -minimum of three people for a team. Prizes are awarded to the individual and the team that raises the most money. The money raised will help children served by Inter-Faith Ministries. Teens who are unable to fundraise can still participate by including a $25 entry fee with their forms.
No child should be hungry. There are more than 30,000 children living in the Wichita area who experience hunger on a regular basis. The neighborhoods that surround Inter-Faith Ministries campus are home to nearly 900 children whose families live at or below the poverty level. When schools are open, these children receive a reduced cost or free lunch at school, which for some is their primary meal for the day. When school is out of session these children are hungry. Funds raised during the Inter-Faith Youth Challenge will provide lunches for these children during spring and summer breaks. For every $38 raised IFM will be able to provide 10 lunches to children in our area.