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Date Event Description Time / Location
5/319/24

City Summer Curfew + Mayors Nights

Beginning May 26, the City’s curfew at five entertainment districts – the Plaza, Westport, Downtown/Central Business District, 18th and Vine, and Zona Rosa started/  A special curfew during summer months that requires anyone under 18 to be accompanied by a parent or guardian after 9 p.m. during those summer months.s enforceable from May 26 (the Friday of Memorial Day weekend) to Sept. 24 (the last Sunday in September) and will be supported by an appropriate increased police presence.
 
For minors 15 and younger, the curfew is set at 10 p.m. For minors ages 16 and 17, the curfew is set at 11 p.m. in most parts of the City.
 
Download and share the Summer Fun in KC flyer which includes the curfew schedule.
 
Mayor's Nights are back in 2017! Mayor's nights return this summer and we've added new locations and events! safe and fun events are acailable for KC youth, ages 11-18. Visit KCMayor.org/majorsnights. 
INFO Always, Plaza, Westport, Downtown, 18th & Vine, Zona Rosa
6/139/24

Mayor's Nights Club KC

“Mayor’s Nights offers our young people a variety of fun and safe activities to participate in during the summer,” says Mayor Sly James. “I want to encourage all of our city’s youth to register for these activities and invite their friends and family members to get involved, too. From the arts to sports to dancing and games, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. An important objective of Mayor’s Nights is to give youth and young adults a wide variety of activities to participate in during the summer evening months when more stringent youth curfew rules are in effect.”

Register below for all 2017 Mayor’s Nights Events including Club KC. You can also download and fill out the forms.

DOWNLOAD THE MAYOR’S NIGHTS/CLUB KC REGISTRATION FORM and drop off at any of the 10 community centers or REGISTER ONLINE.

REMEMBER: The City’s summer curfew is in effect from May 26, 2017 (the Friday of Memorial Day weekend) to Sept. 24, 2017:

KCMO summer curfew 2017

 

Night Hoops Game Schedule:

AGE LOCATION DAY TIME TEAM MAX
10U SECC FRI 6-10PM

8

12U SECC FRI 6-10PM

8

14U (B) GCC THURS 6-10PM

8

14U (G) BCCC THURS 6-10PM

8

JV TACC THURS 6-11PM

10

V HCCC FRI 6-12AM

12

ADULT GKCC THURS 6-12AM

12

INFO various, various
7/1

Forget Me Not

The African American Network Against Alzheimer’s will unify the powerful voice of the African American community on the issue of Alzheimer’s disease. We will arm African Americans and others who are committed to our mission with the information and easy-to-use connections needed to be heard by the public, in Washington and in state capitals, and by industry leaders and the research community. Our goal is to engage and connect a network of individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations to mobilize the energy of African Americans in advocacy efforts that advance our national commitment to ending Alzheimer’s.



From the creators of some of the most compelling stories of our time comes yet another thought provoking production that is sure to educate as well as entertain as only a Gdavis Production can. The way GDavis Productions takes on a disease like Alzheimer's has been called "brilliant". Forget Me Not takes the audience into the life of a family facing this medical challenge and shows its impact on not just the immediate family but friends, marriage, and those in the community as well.

Many have left the theater realizing there are people close to them who may have signs pointing to Alzheimer's. Thanks to a panel of experts presented during the event, they leave equipped with answers to important questions about medical and social services that are available in their communities and learn how researchers are working to find ways to prevent and more effectively treat Alzheimer's- important work that requires each of us-- especially African Americans who are more likely to develop Alzheimer's than others-- to consider participating in clinical trials.

For more information: 202-349-3803

Reserve your tickets HERE!

INFO 6pm, The Gem Theater | 1615 E 18th KCMO 64108
7/3

Free Black Brown Community Celebration Featuring Sheila E.

Shelia E. takes the stage at 8:00 pm
Fireworks begin at 9:00 pm

INFO 7:00-10:00 p.m., Paseo Blvd, Truman Rd. to 18th Street
7/14

Paintings With A Purpose Gala

On July 14, 2017, AHAF will host a dinner fundraiser at the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center and State Museum. AHAF will be inviting local and national businesses, art galleries and institutes, and friends and families to participate in this event. Our goal is to raise $15,000. 

VIEW FULL EVENT FLYER HERE 

AHFA focuses on developing the artistic talents of youth and supporting the needs of marginalized children. AHAF was the inspiration of Savanna Williams, a nine year old girl who is one of life’s miracles. Savanna was born 14 weeks premature only weighing 1 lb. 15oz. She was a natural born fighter and that spirit lives in her today. At her young age, Savanna already knows how important it is to give back and to pay it forward. 

For the past four years, Savanna has been selling her original works of art and donating all the proceeds to charitable organizations. The demand for her artwork is increasing and her desire to give back continues to flourish. By expanding the foundation, we can offer more funds to help artistically talented youth and children who are marginalized. This is the cornerstone of who we are as a foundation.  

The $15,000 will be used to support the startup of the foundation and our first annual art summit, both aimed at developing the artist talents of youth who may not otherwise have exposure to the arts and other forms of outreach. Your heartfelt contribution to and support of the foundation would be greatly appreciated. 

INFO 5:30-7:30 pm, Bruce R Watkins Cultural Center, 3700 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64130