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Argosy Riverside Casino, (816) 746-3100, 777 N.W. Gateway (I-435 & Highway 9), Riverside Mo. Isle of Capri, (816) 855-7777, 1800 Front St., Kansas City, Mo. Harrah’s North Kansas City Casino, (816) 472-7777, Highway 210 and Chouteau Trafficway, Kansas City, Mo. Ameristar Casino Kansas City, (816) 414-7000, I-435 at E. Highway 210, Kansas City, Mo.
Science City, (816) 460-2222, Union Station, 300 Pershing in Kansas City. The jewel of Union Station, this “hands-on” museum experience features five different neighborhoods, including a theater district. A city within the station, museums, science centers and theaters. Traveling exhibits such as the Titanic treasures and the T-Rex named Sue. sciencecity.com Union Station, (816) 460-2222,
Kansas City Trolley Tours, regularly scheduled to Kansas City’s top attractions. Narrated. (816) 221-3399 or 1-888-471-6050. Crown Center Ice Terrace, (816) 274-8412, Crown Center complex. 25th and Grand in the heart of Kansas City. The city’s only public outdoor ice skating rink is open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., November through
Kansas Barn Players 8621 West 95th St. – Overland Park, KS Season: June-Late August (913) 381-4004 Community Cultural Council Saint Mary College – 4100 S. 4th St. Leavenworth, KS Season: September-April (913) 684-2580 Cultural Education Center Johnson County Community College 12345 College and Quivira Rd. – Overland Park, KS (913) 469-4445 Granada Theatre 1015 Minnesota
1859 Jail and Museum, 217 N. Main, Independence, Mo., (816) 252-1892. William Quantrill and John Younger were prisoners here, and Frank James awaited trial when the site was a jail, 1859-1933. Now a museum with changing exhibits and a replica of a one-room school. Agricultural Hall of Fame, 630 Hall of Fame Drive, Bonner Springs,
Central Park Gallery & Frame Shop, 1644 Broadway, (816) 471-7711. Formerly Webster School, this historic 1885 building is now home to a fine art gallery featuring work by highly acclaimed national and local artists. The front lawn includes a large aviary plus a fountain stocked with exotic Japanese koi. Open Tuesday-Friday from 9 a.m. to
Comedy City, 300 Charlotte, (816) 842-2744. Home of great Kansas City comedy, including “Comedy Sportz.” http://comedycity.cc Stanford’s Comedy House, 504 Westport Road, (816) 753-5653. The original Kansas City comedy club encourages local comedians and brings professional headliners here. Shows are Monday-Thursday and Sunday at 8:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 8 and 10:30 p.m.
Everyone can understand the language of dance, and in Kansas City, dance ranges from famous classical ballet troupes to amateur folk dance groups. These listings are a sample of the variety of dance available here for patron and participant. American Dance Center, 11728 Quivira, (913) 451-3020. The official school of The Kansas Regional Ballet, this
Barley’s Brewhaus, three locations: 11924 W. 119th St., Overland Park, (913) 663-4099; 16649 Midland Drive, Shawnee, (913) 268-5160; and 91st and Metcalf, Overland Park, (913) 642-4450 Blayney’s of Westport, 415 Westport Road, (816) 561-3747. The Blue Room, 1616 E. 18th St., (816) 474-2929. Club at Plaza III, 4749 Pennsylvania, (816) 444-6969. Danny’s Bar & Grill,
Kansas City is proud of its 18th & Vine District, a neighborhood that was the birthplace of Kansas City jazz, the center of commerce for the city’s African-American community from the 1920s into the 1960s and a place where racial diversity was the norm. Federal, state and local grants and loans have helped the revitalization