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Ethnic Enrichment Festival August 15, 16 & 17 at Swope Park

Friday, August 15, 6 – 10 p.m.
Saturday, August 16, noon – 10 p.m.
Sunday, August 17, noon – 6 p.m.

For 35 years, Kansas City residents and visitors have celebrated the annual Ethnic Enrichment Festival. This year’s event promises to be one of the best yet. Spend a few hours (or a few days!) tasting food, shopping hand-made crafts, and watching music and dance performances from 66 different countries and ethnic groups. Cost is $3 at the event entrance. Parking is free. I will be proud to represent France!   

Missouri State Fair

•   Single Day Adult: $8
•   Kids Ages 6-12: $2
•   Kids Age 5 and Under: FREE
•   Seniors (age 60 and over): $6

  • FRI, AUG 15 – MEC Day – Harvest the Energy
    Special giveaways in the MEC Building
  • SAT, AUG 16 – Celebrate Kids in Agriculture on Youth in Ag Day!
    Free admission for all kids age 12 and under today
  • SUN, AUG 17 – Final Harvest/Half Price Day!
    $4 gate admission all day age 13 and over; $1 kids 6-12; kids 5 and under free everyday
    Law Enforcement/Firefighter Appreciation Day! Free gate admission for Municipal-County-State Law Enforcement and Missouri Firefighters-EMTs-Paramedics with appropriate I.D. $1 admission for immediate family members (spouse and dependent children)

3rd Annual Dog Days of Summer Craft Beer Crawl

August 16 @ 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm 

UNICO’s 6th Annual Microbrew Festival at Zona Rosa 

 Sat, August 16, 2014

The Brew Festival, in its sixth year at Zona Rosa, is a production of UNICO, Kansas City’s Italian-American service organization. The cost is $30 at the event or attendees may purchase advance tickets for $25 at eventbrite or at the Zona Rosa guest services office starting July 15 until Friday, August 15. Paid admissions are capped at 2,000, and last year we sold out!

Summer Beer Fest 2014 at 75th Street Brewery

The oldest brewpub in the area is putting on a Summer Beer Festival on August 16 at 2:00. 75th Street Brewery in Waldo has invited nine of its local friends to pour beer for patrons, with the proceeds going to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater KC.
General admission tickets cost $30, you can save $5 if you’re a mug club member. VIP tickets are $40 and get you in an hour earlier. Tickets are on sale now at 75th Street Brewing.

The Nation’s Only KCBS Sanctioned Kosher BBQ Festival Returns on August 17, 2014 


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