Kansas City Calendar

Breakfast with Santa

Date/Time

Dec 1, 2012
09:00 AM until 11:00 AM

Description

Please bring a small wrapped gift for your child. Children must have an adult chaperone, children age 1 and under are free. Admission charged and reservations required.

Location

View map Vesper Hall
400 NW Vesper Street
Blue Springs , MO

Additional Information

Phone

816.228.0137

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To Do This Week: Family Fun in Kansas City

Lee's Summit Downtown Days

June 3 - 5: Live entertainment, food vendors, a carnival, craft vendors, the KCBS-sanctioned BBQ competition and much more are part of this year’s festivities.

Belton, Grandview & KC Railroad Rides

Fri / Sat / Sun: The BG&KC offers excursions on our line running south from Belton on a 5 mile, 45 minute round trip.

Jazzoo

June 3: Jazzoo is the Kansas City Zoo’s largest fundraiser and your attendance helps us feed and care for more than 1,700 animals and educate Kansas City youth through our Zoo Learning Fund.

Old Shawnee Days

June 2 - 5: There’s something for everyone - music, carnival rides, contests, games, the parade, crafts, shopping, festival food, and so much more.

Summer Living History

Wed-Sat at Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop: 1860s hands-on living history activities.

Body Worlds & the Cycle of Life

thru Oct. 23 exhibit at Union Station: View more than 100 human specimens preserved through the remarkable process of Plastination, and see firsthand how the choices we make each day impact our incredible bodies- at work, at play, in health and in illness.

Jurassic Garden

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