A group show of seven artists whose practices include printmaking, sculpture, and drawing, Not Quite Fatal was curated by Chelsea Smith. The works address “place/displacement within the environment and the urgency of community care.” The show opened at the Charlotte Street Foundation’s new gallery (3333 Wyoming St., KCMO) in mid-January.
Now-Tuesday, February 15. Noon–5 pm, Tuesday–Friday and 11 am–5 pm on Saturday. CSF Gallery, Charlotte Street Foundation.
Border Brewing is hosting two events this Friday. The first is the release of Lallemand Brewing’s Philly Sour—a sour beer with notes of stone fruit and lemon—at noon. The second is You’re the DJ: 80s Hair Leather Pants, a test to see who can play the most crowd favorites from 80s hair band songs, starting at 5 pm. Both events are free and open to the public, and a great way to end your work week and kick-off a well-earned happy hour.
Friday, January 28, 2022. 12-11 pm and 5-11 pm. Border Brewing Company.
Speaking of brews, Brew Fest is finally back at Union Station. There will be more than 40 breweries, a ton of beers and food trucks. If beer, music and food are your things—you can purchase tickets here.
Saturday, January 28. 12-8 pm. Union Station.
Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley are real-life mom friends who started a web series and rode their mimosa-fueled antics into a career. Their snarky and suburban routine covers ground familiar to many. On this tour, Kristen asks for help stopping at fourteen frickin’ mimosas because she has to coach third-grade basketball.
Saturday, January 29. 8 pm. The Midland.
We’re back in the championship and you know what that means—watch parties galore. Join 106.5 the Wolf and McFadden’s in an outdoor, socially-distanced environment with the sounds and energy from the stadium in the KC Live! Block. Admission is free, and there will be tailgate games, stadium-style eats, heated seating options and pre-game drink specials. Most importantly, the event will feature the biggest watch screen outside of the stadium. You can reserve a table by emailing email@example.com.
Sunday, January 30. 2 pm. KC Live! Block.
Celebrate Lunar New Year: The Year of the Tiger with Cafe Cà Phê in the Crossroads. There will be over 12 Asian-owned businesses, plus food, special guest speakers and performers. The event is free and open to the public, masks and vaccination cards are required for entry.
Sunday, January 30. 10 am-2 pm. The Nelle.
Mary Henn is a national award-winning writer with an MFA from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She is the current associate editor at Kansas City magazine.
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