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Best of October in Kansas City

Pumpkins, Halloween, and Fall Festivals for the entire Family. Discover our Top Picks for Family Fun in October as Kansas City.

Kansas City’s Fall Themed Favorites

Apples, pumpkins, hayrides and fall foliage are just a few fragrant, festive traditions that add to Kansas City’s autumn makeover. Enjoy some of them with your family.

Kansas City Streetcar Scavenger Hunt

The Kansas City Streetcar is Kansas City’s newest public transportation source and it’s free! Enjoy this streetcar scavenger hunt as you stop along the way to find clues.

Your Mega-Fun Kansas City Bucket List

Make the most of your time in Kansas City with these favorite local experiences:

Best of KC Souvenirs

Whether you are visiting Kansas City or reside here, Kansas City has many great landmarks and attractions worth visiting. And what better way to commemorate your visits than with a unique and special souvenir?

Tips for the Best Day at the Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Patches are Fall Amusement Parks offering fun-filled attractions for the entire family! With Pumpkin Cannons, Pony Rides, Pumpkin Chomping Dinosaurs, Creative Play Areas, Jumping Pillows, Corn Cribs, Train Rides, Corn Mazes, Ziplines, Forts, Petting Zoos, Tipis, Inflatables, and of course... hayrides to pick the perfect pumpkin, a visit to the local Pumpkin Patch is a Fall Bucket List MUST!

Birthday Bonanza Giveaway

KC Parent is giving away over $3,000 in birthday parties from Paradise Park, Sky Zone Trampoline Park, Princess at my Party, Cool Crest, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, Elite Gymnastics, Jump City, Paint Glaze & Fire, Urban Air Trampoline Park, and Science City. Click here to enter the Birthday Bonanza Giveaway!

50 KC Fall Bucket List Ideas Under $5

Looking for KC family fun on the cheap? Celebrate the season with these free and cheap Kansas City area ideas!

Best of September in KC

Celebrate autumn with apples, pumpkins, the American Royal and Fall Festivals for the entire Family. Discover our Top Picks for Family Fun in September as Kansas City welcomes apples, train rides, Sprint Family Fun Days and more!

Kansas City's Fall Festival Guide

Autumn means Fall Festivals in Kansas City! From apples to pumpkins, crafts to carnivals, ethnic festivals, and much much more... celebrate everything autumn at a local fair.
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To Do This Week: Family Fun in Kansas City

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Kansas City Streetcar Scavenger Hunt

The Kansas City Streetcar is Kansas City’s newest public transportation source and it’s free! Enjoy this streetcar scavenger hunt as you stop along the way to find clues.

Go Make Things in KC

Creative places to paint, sew, cook, and make your own creations across Kansas City!

Go Play in KC

Have fun at the best places to play in KC!

Go Shopping

Enjoy a shopping spree at one of the coolest shopping districts in Kansas City.

Go Back in Time

Step back in time at KC's historic sites.

Go Outside

Get outside and enjoy the beauty of KC!

Go Experience the Arts

Kansas City is home to world-class art museum and performing arts groups. In addition, there are many great place to make and create!

Go on an Adventure

In the mood for adventure? Check out one of KC's most adventurous attractions.

Go See KC Classics

KC's must-see classic attractions.

Dinner and a Show

Enjoy dinner and a live show at one of Kansas City’s premier theaters.

You’ve Got to See It to Believe It

Discover these local oddities and treasures right in the heart of Kansas City.

Hip Hangouts

If you don’t know where to go for a special outing, you are in luck. We have 50 percent of what you need right here (finding the right person is up to you)!
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Archive »Parenting

Encouraging Baby’s Love of Reading

Begin your baby’s literature journey even before his birth. Suggest a children’s book theme for your baby shower or have guests bring their favorite children’s book in lieu of a card to stock your children’s library. Also asking seasoned mothers for their favorites can help when adding items to your baby registry.

Take It or Leave It

When I was pregnant with my first, I had my hospital bag loosely packed somewhere around 35 weeks. With my second, I had very little packed at 38 ½ weeks. (What a shame since a surprise home delivery left no one time to pack anything else!) I landed somewhere in the middle with my third, packing my bag around 37 weeks. No matter where you are in your pregnancy, there is no right or wrong time to pack your bag—but there are definitely items to include on the “must-have” list.

Nesting 101

Nesting isn’t just for the birds. And if you’re entering your third trimester, there’s a good chance you know it all too well. Nesting, the act of preparing for a little one’s arrival through sporadic bursts of energy coupled with unusually strong compulsions to clean or organize, can take on a life of its own, particularly in the last few weeks of pregnancy.
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