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  • Olathe Health Charitable Foundation

    Yuletide Gala

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  • The Junior League of Wyandotte and Johnson Counties

    Community Ball and Cotillion

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    Some Enchanted Evening

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    Folly Frolic

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    The Nutcracker Ball

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    Nutcracker Ball Private Dinner

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    Mistletoe Party

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    Sugar Plum Fairy Children’s Ball

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  • AdventHealth Foundation Shawnee Mission

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    Champagne Reception

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    Prelude 2019

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Recent Features

Kansas City Ballet Guild – Nutcracker Luncheon The Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown was the site for the Kansas City Ballet Guild’s Nutcracker Luncheon, which was held on December 12th. Everyone enjoyed seeing the… Read More
Congratulations, Cassie & Cory! Cassie Rauscher and Cory Bittner were married on October 12th at the Carriage Club. The bride is the daughter of Debbie and Robert Rauscher of Kansas City, Missouri. Cassie is… Read More
Cheers To Volunteers! – Kansas City Ambassadors The Kansas City Chiefs Ambassadors are a group of former Kansas City Chiefs players who support Our Town with local scholarship programs, charity golf tournaments, and numerous charitable visits and… Read More
THE NEXT STAGE: Ballet hires major talent to lead Second Company One of the harshest moments in a dancer’s life is the moment when he or she realizes the spirit is more willing than the body. “It took me about four… Read More
The Dish With Ann – Strang Hall
With its Scandinavian sleek and industrial minimalist design, Strang Hall is the cool new chef collective in downtown Overland Park. Named after William B. Strang, Jr., who platted Overland Park and was considered its founder at the turn of the…
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Rachel’s Reads – February 2020
With the resurgence of the romantic comedy genre and the release of the sequel of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before on Netflix later this month, I thought it might be fun to lean into the explosion of pink…
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BEST OF SPRING 2020: Choice moments in music, theater, and dance
FEBRUARY 7-9  Kansas City Symphony; Zukerman Plays Beethoven’s Violin Concerto; Michael Stern has invited the great American artist to help inaugurate the Symphony’s dual celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday and what would have been the 100th birthday of Michael’s father,…
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Homegrown – The Happiest Of Hours
As we wrap up the first month of a new decade, the “New Year, New You” buzz is starting to fade away, and many people have moved on from their resolutions. While I do find the post-holiday hustle as the…
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Toast To Old Tymes – Virginia Burns
Cricket West was a fresh, new shop at 108 West 47th Street on the Country Club Plaza in 1938. Its owner was from an old Kansas City family, one steeped in retail. Arnold Adler’s mother was Emma Ganz Adler, the…
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