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On-Going Events

  • Lots of library activities and storytimes – check the Library link over there in the right sidebar!
  • Mother Nature Reads: Kids will hear a story, make a craft to take home, and get to see a wildlife interpretation. This fun event takes place 10am every Saturday at Lakeside Nature Center, 4701 E Gregory Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64132. Contact: Debby Barker, folnc@crn.org, 816-513-8960.
  • 75 Years of Oz, Oh My! There’s no place like Crown Center to celebrate the 75th anniversary of America’s favorite movie, The Wizard of Oz. Trace Dorothy’s footsteps through the Land of Oz with the yellow brick road, the enchanting world of the Munchkins, and much more! A section of the exhibit will showcase Oz memorabilia. This children’s exhibit is located in Crown Center’s Level 1 Showplace, and is open during Crown Center Shops regular shopping hours, Feb. 1 – May 4. Exhibit is closed Easter Sunday.
  • Aesop’s Amazing Fables is a new musical for children that pays tribute to the timeless tales from legendary and beloved storyteller, Aesop. Relive some of his most cherished fables such as The Lion and the Mouse, The Tortoise and the Hare, and The Boy who Cried Wolf. Performed with storytelling, folk songs and Martin City Jr.’s signature “edutainment,” this celebration of lifelong learning through theatre continues when the audience is given the opportunity to write their own fable, using the popular choose your own adventure format. March 27-June 14, 2014 at Martin City Melodrama, 9601 Metcalf Ave., Overland Park, KS 66212. Go to Martin City Melodrama for more information.
  • Schoolhouse Rock Live! at The Coterie: This award-winning musical, based on ABC-TV’s educational animated series and directed by Ron Megee, teaches history, grammar, math, science and government through clever, tuneful songs, instructing a whole new generation to Unpack Your Adjectives and meet up at Conjunction Junction to add some Interjections! A Coterie Shines series production intended for elementary and older audiences. Apr 8-May 18; call 816-474-6552 or go to TheCoterie.org for tickets and showtimes.
  • Spring Choir Performances @ Crown Center Shops: Local choirs will entertain Crown Center visitors each weekday. No admission fee. Apr 14-25; complete schedule of performers at CrownCenter.com/Choirs.
  • In celebration of the 125th birthday of Thomas Hart Benton, view a display at the National World War I Museum’s Research Center describing the impact of Benton’s U.S. Naval experience in 1918 as a camoufleur and draftsman and how these experiences influenced his development as an artist. Included with Museum admission and free for members. On display during Museum hours from Apr 19-Oct 12.
  • Mother’s Day Gift Wrap Promotion: Spend $50 at any Crown Center shop, restaurant or theatre May 1-11 and get one complimentary gift wrap. To redeem, take your receipts to Customer Service by May 11 during regular shopping hours; 816-274-8444.
  • The Heart Gallery: Through Our Children’s Eyes: Crown Center partners with Missouri Children’s Division of Jackson County to host the Missouri Heart Gallery. The gallery consists of dozens of photos of children waiting for adoptive homes. The exhibit is open May 2-18 during regular shopping hours. No admission fee; 816-274-8444.
  • Super Kids Save the World: Super kids become super heroes when given the power to go green! Based on the children’s book George Saves the World by Lunchtime, the exhibit’s big message is Reduce, Reuse, Repair and Recycle. In the Garden, kids pick fresh vegetables before selling them in the Farmer’s Market. They can sort and hang laundry in the House, sell funky clothes at the Re-Use Charity Shop and use their scientific skills to learn about solar power and bio-fuel in the Research Lab. Kids can also explore the Recycle Center, equipped with a conveyor belt and recycling truck, then fill up the tank of a real Smart Car. The exhibit is open May 24-Sep. 7, 2014 during Crown Center Shops regular shopping hours. No admission fee.
  • Into the Woods: Stephen Sondheim’s family favorite musical that takes an unusual look at our most beloved fairy tales. Slightly Off Broadway Theatre, 114 N. Marietta, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024. Ticket price: $10. Show dates are June 13,14,15,19,20,21,22,26,27,28; Thursday, Friday & Saturday Shows begin at 7:30  (doors open at 7:00); Sunday Matinee shows begin at 2:00 (doors open at 1:30). Go to www.esctheatre.org for more information or to buy tickets online.
  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at The Coterie: Part of The Coterie’s acclaimed Lab for New Family Musicals, this is the world premiere of the theatre for young audiences version. Take a fantastic adventure with an out-of-this-world car that flies through the air and sails the seas. The sensational songs include Truly Scrumptious, Toot Sweets, Hushabye Mountain, and the Oscar-nominated title song. A Coterie Shines series production intended for elementary and older audiences. June 17-Aug 3; call 816-474-6552 or go to TheCoterie.org for tickets and showtimes.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Friday, April 4, 2014

  • I’d Rather Be a Hummingbird: StoneLion Puppets feature its World Premiere of I’d Rather Be a Hummingbird at Plaza Library – Truman Forum Theater, 4801 Main Street KC, MO 64112; 6:30pm. This free show is open to the public.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

  • Horses in the Park: Take a trip out to the park to meet some unique horses, who along with their trainers provide a valuable service by helping people with disabilities and troubled kids. The Better in the Saddle Group will be bringing some of these horses for you to meet. 2:30pm, Siloam Mountain Park Note: Siloam Park is at the intersection of Garland and Ellsworth in Excelsior Springs. Go to www.mymcpl.org, or call 816-630-6721 for more information.
  • It’s a Puppets for the Planet Festival! Join StoneLion Puppet Theatre and Tony Aguirre Community Center for the kick-off of the Eight Annual Puppets for the Planet Festival Series. This series of local neighborhood festivals has attracted thousands each year as we celebrate the planet with art, entertainment, and community action.  Puppet shows, music, face painting, food, dancing , magic, interactive art making, exhibits by local environmental groups, make and take crafts with local artists, yoga, open swimming, bouncy house and more. Learn how to make a rain garden or install a rain barrel, make recycled art, learn about local activities to clean up our neighborhoods and rivers, help build a giant puppet…you never know what you will find! Click here for a listing of these free events, or call 816-221-5351. 8am–4pm at the Tony Aguirre Community Center, 2050 West Pennway Kansas City, MO
  • The Sonata Project: The Bach Aria Soloists team up with the sensational Owen/Cox Dance Group and accomplished cellist Susie Yang, Associate Principal Cellist of the Kansas City Symphony in Ravel’s Sonata for Violin and Cello, Bach’s Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Klavier, and Mark O’Connor’s Appalachia Waltz. 8pm at The Folly Theater, 300 W. 12th St., Kansas City, MO 64105. Click here for ticket prices and more information.
  • Walk for Wishes @ Crown Center Square: A morning full of music, games, face painting and other family friendly activities. Proceeds from the Walk for Wishes will fund local wishes of Kansas City area children. Visit WalkForWishesKC.com for registration information.
  • Got Anxious Kid? Do you want to help your anxious child but often do not know how? If your child or adolescent suffers from excessive fears and worries, phobias, separation anxiety, panic attacks, social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder or some other form of stress or anxiety such as clinginess, frequent stomachaches, nightmares, and even refusing to go to school, this parenting class — brought to you by Midwest Anxiety —  is for you! 9am-3pm at University of Kansas Edwards Campus, 12600 Quivira Road, Overland Park, KS 66213.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

  • Kansas City 2014 Great Amazing Race adults & kids adventure race: A 1-mile cross country adventure race for adults & kids grades K-12. This is a fun and memory-making adventure race for kids to enjoy with a parent, grandparent, sibling or mentor. 2pm at Franke Fields, 3310 Northeast Rennau Dr., Lees Summit, MO 64064. Advance tickets are $40/team. Register at www.GreatAmazingRace.com

Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Family Chess Night: Come play chess with a worthy opponent. Boards and equipment are provided. All ages and playing levels welcome, but kindergartners and younger must be accompanied by an adult. No registration. 6:30-8pm at the Olathe Public Library, 201 E. Park, Olathe, KS 66061.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • The New Easter Bunny: Pupeteer and storyteller Anitra Steele will perform this puppet show especially for children ages 2-6. Create-a-Puppet workshops after every performance for an additional fee. 11am & 2pm showtimes, $5.00/person (all ages). Presented at the Puppetry Arts Institute, 11025 E Winner Road, Independence, MO 64052. Call for reservations: 816-833-9777. Go to www.hazelle.org for more information.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • Robin Hood: Enjoy the story of the lavish swashbuckler based on the classic English hero and set in in medieval England! Robin Hood and his band of notorious outlaws steal from the rich, creating a fearsome reputation among those who dare to travel through the mighty Forest of Sherwood. Robin brings the people hope by delivering money back to the poor and helping the needy in Nottingham – but at what cost? Audiences will be immersed into the town of Nottingham as they sit in the midst of a 360 degree set. Northland Mission Auditorium, 600 NW 110th Terr., KCMO 64155. Show times: Apr 10: 7pm; Apr 11: 10am & 7pm; Apr 12: 1pm & 6 pm.Ticket prices: $8/person general admission, $10/person at the door. Buy tickets at http://www.act1kc.com/go/tickets or call 816-401-0040.

Friday, April 11, 2014

  • Robin Hood: Enjoy the story of the lavish swashbuckler based on the classic English hero and set in in medieval England! Robin Hood and his band of notorious outlaws steal from the rich, creating a fearsome reputation among those who dare to travel through the mighty Forest of Sherwood. Robin brings the people hope by delivering money back to the poor and helping the needy in Nottingham – but at what cost? Audiences will be immersed into the town of Nottingham as they sit in the midst of a 360 degree set. Northland Mission Auditorium, 600 NW 110th Terr., KCMO 64155. Show times: Apr 10: 7pm; Apr 11: 10am & 7pm; Apr 12: 1pm & 6 pm.Ticket prices: $8/person general admission, $10/person at the door. Buy tickets at http://www.act1kc.com/go/tickets or call 816-401-0040.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

  • Robin Hood: Enjoy the story of the lavish swashbuckler based on the classic English hero and set in in medieval England! Robin Hood and his band of notorious outlaws steal from the rich, creating a fearsome reputation among those who dare to travel through the mighty Forest of Sherwood. Robin brings the people hope by delivering money back to the poor and helping the needy in Nottingham – but at what cost? Audiences will be immersed into the town of Nottingham as they sit in the midst of a 360 degree set. Northland Mission Auditorium, 600 NW 110th Terr., KCMO 64155. Show times: Apr 10: 7pm; Apr 11: 10am & 7pm; Apr 12: 1pm & 6 pm.Ticket prices: $8/person general admission, $10/person at the door. Buy tickets at http://www.act1kc.com/go/tickets or call 816-401-0040.
  • Looking for a fun, free, educational event for your kids? The Brain Discovery Fair is your answer! Hands-on experiments using human brains, microscopes, and much more! Exciting neuroscience lectures, lab tours and brain games. 10am-2pm at the University of Kansas Medical Center campus.
  • It’s a Puppets for the Planet Festival! Join StoneLion Puppet Theatre and St. Mark Child and Family Development Center at this Puppets for the Planet Festival Series. This series of local neighborhood festivals has attracted thousands each year as we celebrate the planet with art, entertainment, and community action. Puppet shows, music, face painting, food, dancing , magic, interactive art making, exhibits by local environmental groups, make and take crafts with local artists, yoga, open swimming, bouncy house and more. Learn how to make a rain garden or install a rain barrel, make recycled art, learn about local activities to clean up our neighborhoods and rivers, help build a giant puppet…you never know what you will find! Click here for a listing of these free events, or call 816-221-5351. At St. Mark Child and Family Development Center, 2008 E 12th Street KCMO 64127; 10am–4pm.
  • Antioch Community Church Annual Easter Egg Hunt includes egg hunts for various age groups, fun activities, hot dogs and chips and free Easter Bunny pictures. 2pm–4pm, rain or shine. Open to the public. Antioch Community Church 4805 NE Antioch Rd Kansas City, MO 64119.
  • Simon Kidgits Club Easter ‘Egg’stravaganza: Families are invited to hop on down to Independence Center for the Simon Kidgits Club Easter Bunny ‘Egg’stravaganza. As part of the springtime tradition, kids will enjoy festive interactive activities, arts and crafts and more! Members will receive a Kidgits® Easter bucket and Kidgits bunny ears as a keepsake to take home. Kids can also get their photo with the Easter Bunny. 8-10am; Independence Center (Children’s Play Area), 18801 E. 39th Street South, Independence, MO 64057; free for Kidgits Club members; $5 to sign-up for annual membership. Click here or call 816-795-8600 for more information.
  • The Easter Bunny visits Crown Center! The Easter Bunny will be on a special meet and greet at Crown Center Shops. A professional photographer will be taking pictures for a fee, but visitors are welcome to bring their cameras. Noon-4pm.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • The Easter Bunny visits Crown Center! The Easter Bunny will be on a special meet and greet at Crown Center Shops. A professional photographer will be taking pictures for a fee, but visitors are welcome to bring their cameras. Noon-4pm.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

  • Come Play with Us! A Motor Skills Program that focuses on physical activities that develop motor skills and hand-eye coordination for young children ages 3-7 years old with intellectual disabilities. 6:30-7:30pm, Scarborough Elementary, 2000 S. Lindenwood, Olathe, KS 66062; RSVP no later than one week prior to event to Terri Price, pricet@ksso.org, 913-789-0337.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Friday, April 18, 2014

  • The Easter Bunny visits Crown Center! The Easter Bunny will be on a special meet and greet at Crown Center Shops. A professional photographer will be taking pictures for a fee, but visitors are welcome to bring their cameras. Noon-4pm.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

  • The Easter Bunny visits Crown Center! The Easter Bunny will be on a special meet and greet at Crown Center Shops. A professional photographer will be taking pictures for a fee, but visitors are welcome to bring their cameras. Noon-4pm.
  • Earth Day Celebration at Lakeside Nature Center: On Earth Day, FOLNC celebrates diversity and ecology with themed presentations. Crafts, wildlife interpretations and informational booths provide a fascinating day of science. Our emphasis this year is the ecology and wildlife of Swope Park. Free of charge, 10am-3pm @ Lakeside Nature Center, 4701 E Gregory Blvd, KCMO 64132. Email folnc@crn.org, or call 816-513-8960 for more information.
  • Cultivating Community: LifePointe Church of Olathe will host its first annual Cultivating Community Event, 2-4pm. The event is open to the public and will feature free activities for the children including an Easter egg hunt, petting zoo, bounce house, various games and crafts, plus a free outdoor concert and free food. LifePointe Church, 2080 East 151 St, Olathe, KS (at 151 Street & Murlen). Admission is free. For more information, e-mail mylifepointe@gmail.com.
  • LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Easter Extravaganza! 8am-10am at LEGOLAND. In addition to LEGO fun, your kids will get to search for Easter treats and goodies along the way.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Easter Brunch Buffets at Crown Center: The Brasserie (Westin) and Spectators (Sheraton) will host Easter Sunday Brunch Buffets featuring omelet stations, salads, seafood, desserts, fondue stations, children’s buffets and much more. $30 for ages 13 and up, $12 for children ages 6-12, no fee for children ages 5 and under. For reservations, call The Brasserie at 816-391-4472 or Spectators at 816-841-1000.

Monday, April 21, 2014

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

  • Amelia Bedelia: It’s your chance to meet everyone’s favorite housekeeper, Amelia Bedelia! If you tell Amelia Bedelia to dust the furniture, she’ll add more dust, not clean it off! You’d better watch what you say; Amelia will take you at your word! 10:30am & 2pm at the Excelsior Springs Branch, Mid-Continent Public Library, 1460 Kearney Rd., Excelsior Springs, MO 64024. Go to www.mymcpl.org, or call 816-630-6721 for more information.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Friday, April 25, 2014

Saturday, April 26, 2014

  • Prader-Willi Syndrome 5k Fun Run & Walk-a-thon: Join the Fourth Annual 5k Fun Run & Walk-a-thon for Prader-Willi Syndrome, Higginsville Fairground Park, Fairground Park Ave and Cypress, Higginsville, MO 64037. Runners begin at 9am; walkers start at 10am. All proceeds will go into a PWS fund at KU Medical Center towards research in hopes of one day finding a cure. Click here for more information, call 816-726-1793, or email praderwilliwalk@gmail.com.
  • Farm Follies: Puppeteer Kraig Kensinger will celebrate this National Day of Puppetry as he introduces you and your children to a colorful gang from the country. This adventure includes fabulous farm facts, musical sing-alongs, and hoe down fun! Create-a-Puppet workshops after every performance for an additional fee. 11am & 2pm; all ages $5.00/person. Presented at the Puppetry Arts Institute, 11025 E Winner Road, Independence, MO 64052. Call for reservations: 816-833-9777. Go to www.hazelle.org for more information.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

  • Christian Youth Theater Kansas City will perform a Broadway-style musical based on Charles Dickens’ literary classic, Oliver Twist. “Consider yourself” invited to join us for one of our five public performances May 1-3 at Park Hill High School (7701 NW Barry Rd, Kansas City, MO). Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children. Order and print tickets online at www.cytkc.org.

Friday, May 2, 2014

  • Christian Youth Theater Kansas City will perform a Broadway-style musical based on Charles Dickens’ literary classic, Oliver Twist. “Consider yourself” invited to join us for one of our five public performances May 1-3 at Park Hill High School (7701 NW Barry Rd, Kansas City, MO). Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children. Order and print tickets online at www.cytkc.org.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

  • Christian Youth Theater Kansas City will perform a Broadway-style musical based on Charles Dickens’ literary classic, Oliver Twist. “Consider yourself” invited to join us for one of our five public performances May 1-3 at Park Hill High School (7701 NW Barry Rd, Kansas City, MO). Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children. Order and print tickets online at www.cytkc.org.
  • Marble Day: Moon Marble Co. is hosting a fun day full of free activities and entertainment for the whole family! Parade, marble tournament, contests and prizes. 9:30am-2pm, Downtown Bonner Springs, KS. For more information, go to www.marbleday.com/.
  • Mad Science Presents Radical Robots: Get wrapped up in the world of robotics! Learn about robots and how they are used in our world. We’ll perform experiments with lots of cool robots, including sound-sensing robots, line-tracking robots, and even robots that can score a soccer goal! You’ll get to pet a soft and snuggly robotic seal pup and build your very own Robot Hand to take home. 2:30pm at the Excelsior Springs Branch, Mid-Continent Public Library, 1460 Kearney Rd., Excelsior Springs, MO 64024. Go to www.mymcpl.org, or call 816-630-6721 for more information.
  • It’s a Puppets for the Planet Festival! Join StoneLion Puppet Theatre and Bridging the Gap at this Puppets for the Planet Festival Series. This series of local neighborhood festivals has attracted thousands each year as we celebrate the planet with art, entertainment, and community action. Puppet shows, music, face painting, food, dancing , magic, interactive art making, exhibits by local environmental groups, make and take crafts with local artists, yoga, open swimming, bouncy house and more. Learn how to make a rain garden or install a rain barrel, make recycled art, learn about local activities to clean up our neighborhoods and rivers, help build a giant puppet…you never know what you will find!Click here for a listing of these free events, or call 816-221-5351. This fun day takes place at City Park at the City Market, 3rd and Oak, KCMO 64112, 7am–2pm.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • The 3rd Annual Kansas City Chihuahua Parade: Mark your calenders for the third annual Kansas City Chihuahua Parade! Bring the entire family, especially the four-legged members. For another hilarious attempt at making our mark in world history. The Guinness Book of World records has sanctioned the parade for two world record attempts. World’s largest costumed dog parade. And the most dogs in costume. So come for some fun and a title, making Kansas City a World record holder. Parade starts at 2pm; Barney Allis Plaza, Kansas City, MO. For more information, go to http://KCDogParade.com, or call 816-516-7849.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • Come Play with Us! A Motor Skills Program that focuses on physical activities that develop motor skills and hand-eye coordination for young children ages 3-7 years old with intellectual disabilities. 6:30-7:30pm, Scarborough Elementary, 2000 S. Lindenwood, Olathe, KS 66062; RSVP no later than one week prior to event to Terri Price, pricet@ksso.org, 913.789.0337.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Friday, May 9, 2014

Saturday, May 10, 2014

  • Antioch Community Church Talent Show: Calling all people with special talents! Are you a rapper, singer, dancer, juggler or gymnast? We invite you to participate in the Antioch Community Church 1st Annual Talent Show! Entry cost is $15/single act, $20/group act. Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place! Enter by Apr 27, or join us to watch the show. $3/person with a $1 discount if you wear orange. 6:30pm at Antioch Community Church, 4805 NE Antioch Rd, KCMO 64119. Visit www.acckc.org for participation information and print slips.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Happy Mother’s Day!

  • Mother’s Day for Mother Earth with StoneLion Puppet Theatre and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: The 8th annual event includes puppet shows and art activities…all in celebration of Mother Earth! At The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 1-4pm, show time at 2 pm.

Monday, May 12, 2014

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

  • Kid’s Summer Reading Extravaganza: 2pm; It’s time to celebrate summer reading! Whether you are just getting started with summer reading or have finished up, Mid-Continent Public Library wants to throw you a party. Bring your friends for fun activities, crafts, games and more. Give your branch a call and find out what we have planned! Go to www.mymcpl.org for more information.
  • Puppetry Arts Institute Eulenspiegel Circus Puppet Show with puppeteers Justin Cornet-Olsson & Angela Polowy: A joyous fantasy featuring table top puppets, a kazoo band and lots of silly business. Admission includes a tour of the on-site puppet museum. Create-a-Puppet workshops after every performance for an additional fee. 11am & 2pm; All ages, $5/person, call 816-833-9777 for reservations. Presented at the Puppetry Arts Institute, 11025 E Winner Road, Independence, MO 64052, hazelle.org
  • 7th annual Jiggle Jam Family Music Fest will wiggle, jiggle and giggle into Kansas City on Memorial Day weekend, May 24 & 25, 2014! Featuring over 25 different bands and entertainers on multiple stages, A Bouncy Land, arts and crafts, interactive workshops and SO much more, Jiggle Jam is THE ultimate family destination for entertainment, learning and family fun! Last year more than 30,000 parents, kids, grandparents and friends bounced into Crown Center to celebrate last year. Go to www.kcjigglejam.com for more information and to pre-purchase tickets.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

  • 7th annual Jiggle Jam Family Music Fest will wiggle, jiggle and giggle into Kansas City on Memorial Day weekend, May 24 & 25, 2014! Featuring over 25 different bands and entertainers on multiple stages, A Bouncy Land, arts and crafts, interactive workshops and SO much more, Jiggle Jam is THE ultimate family destination for entertainment, learning and family fun! Last year more than 30,000 parents, kids, grandparents and friends bounced into Crown Center to celebrate last year. Go to www.kcjigglejam.com for more information and to pre-purchase tickets.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Happy Memorial Day!

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

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Saturday, June 7, 2014

  • Wornall/Majors House Museums Garden Tour: The Wornall/Majors House Museums will open the garden gate to six of the most stunning and prestigious garden spaces in Kansas City. Garden Tour tickets are $25/person on or before June 1; $30/person June 2-event day. Rain or shine, the Garden Tour hours are 9am-4pm.