Reptiles: The Beautiful and the Deadly
Now through September 1
Rolling Hills Zoo, Salina, KS
Come meet the world’s most recognizable reptiles at this live, interactive exhibit located in the zoo's wildlife museum.
Movies in the Park
Now through August 30
Shawnee Mission Theatre in the Park, Merriam, KS
It's a sit-in drive-in and it's only $1 per person! For each showing, gates open at 6:30 p.m. and movies start at 8:45 p.m. It's a great way to spend an evening in the park with your family and friends.
Kansas City Irish Fest
August 29 - 31
Crown Center, Kansas City, MO
The whole family willy enjoy one of the largest Irish festivals in the nation! With a large children's area, live Irish music and dancing and delicious food vendors, there's something for everyone.
24th Annual Intertribal Pow Wow
August 29 - 31
Reynolds Lodge, Lake Shawnee, Topeka, KS
The whole family can enjoy singing, dancing, food, arts and crafts and a wide variety of vendors.
Saturday, August 30
8th & Quincy, Downtown Topeka, KS
Join Downtown Topeka as we welcome big trucks to celebrate and learn about the people that build, protect and serve our cities! Kids and families are invited to come touch, climb on and learn about these big pieces of equipment and the people who operate them.
Saturday, September 6
Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park, Lenexa, KS
Lenexa was hailed as the “Spinach Capital of the World” during the 1930s. Each year, Lenexa celebrates that part of the city's history with the annual Spinach Festival, a fun-filled day of food, music, entertainment, arts and antique vendors.
Family Day at Flint Hills Discovery Center
Sunday, September 7
Flint Hills Discovery Center, Manhattan, KS
In celebration of families in the Flint Hills, all guests will receive free admission. Enjoy access to all exhibits, activities and the Immersive Experience Theater!
Fall Great Plains Renaissance Festival
September 27 - 28
Sedgwick County Park, Wichita, KS
Pirates, fairies and knights, oh my! His majesty the king has summoned the very best firebreathers, jugglers, musicians, dancers, pipers from all across the realm to please the patrons of the Great Plains Renaissance Festival.
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