Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out our top picks for July 8-10.
One of musical theater’s most beloved shows gets the Theatre in the Park treatment with performances tonight and tomorrow night. “A Chorus Line” centers on the grueling audition process behind the scenes of a Broadway production, but you can just sit back and enjoy iconic numbers such as “I Hope I Get It” and “What I Did for Love.”
Mills Record Company has a seriously cool new location. To celebrate the move, the Westport music store is bringing in 5,000 used arrivals starting today as well as an additional 1,000 each weekend in July. The store warming continues with music from Real Adults, Thunderclaps, ConductorWilliams & Weaver and Not a Planet start at 7 p.m.
Newport Grill is getting crafty. At the restaurant’s rooftop bar, The Port, judge four craft cocktails prepared by Newport Grill, Pinstripes, Coco Bolos and Ya Ya’s. The $60 price tag gets you all the drinks, plus hors d’oeuvres. Eat dinner at the restaurant beforehand and get a 25 percent discount.
Pop-up retailer Noble Native is setting up shop at Coveted Home 10 a.m.-6 p.m. In addition to buys for your home and closet as well as accessories from Dolyn Bags and Sierra Winter Jewelry, Simple Science Juices will be serving up treats.
This year’s Summer White Party at the Nelson-Atkin’s Museum of Art lets you travel back in time to experience the grandeur of the Roman Empire through “Luxury: Treasures of the Roman Empire,” a new exhibition opening today. Bust out your white attire, take part in activities and sip craft cocktails in the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park to raise funds for the museum.
You’ve heard of pub crawls, but what about pup crawls? The Young Professionals Board at Great Plains SPCA is hosting a dog-friendly event featuring stops at Waldo watering holes including Kansas City Bier Company and Lew’s Grill and Bar. Attendees will be raising money and glasses in support of the shelter and will have chances to win raffle prizes and enjoy drink specials.
Help support Bar-K, a new business that’s aiming to combine a fully staffed dog park with a bar, restaurant, coffeehouse, and beer garden, at its Pup-Up Party 5-9 p.m. Festivities are Berkley Riverfront Park will include a dog friendly 5K, a fenced in area for dogs to play, music, food trucks and more. Love the concept? learn more and make a donation on Bar-K’s just-launched Indiegogo page.
Shop marked down items from Feng, Lululemon Athletica, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Standard Style, Kansas Sampler, Altar’d State and many other retailers during Town Center’s annual sidewalk sale Friday, Saturday and Sunday. If the deals aren’t motivation enough, the first 100 shoppers to spend $100 at two or more stores Friday will receive a $20 gift card.
Say Namaste to a workout that merges yoga and booze. Power Life Yoga KC is inviting Kansas Citians to a free 60-minute all levels class at Kansas City Bier Company at 11 a.m., after which participants can enjoy some quality drinking time. More into spirits than beer? Hagoyah is getting in on the alcohol-infused fitness trend and hosting a donation class at J. Rieger & Co. today at 2 p.m.
Check back next week for info on more events you won’t want to miss!