Starting Thursday, November 2 – Winter Magic on Cliff Drive is back! Come experience the most fantastic one mile of synchronized holiday lights this side of the North Pole! $25 per car. Winter Magic, in partnership with Kansas City Parks and Recreation Board of Commissioners, is the city’s premier, drive-thru winter event! Nightly through December 31. More info at wintermagickc.com.
Monday, November 6 – 4th District Small Business Cash Mob, 1 to 2 p.m. at La Pina Loka, 4838 E. 9th St. Come order your favorites and support small businesses in our community. Sponsored by 4th District City Councilperson Crispin Rea and the Northeast Chamber of Commerce.
Tuesday, November 7– General election, polls open from 6 a.m.to 7 p.m. Check your voter registration card for your ward and voting location. See our sample ballot online!
Thursday, November 9– International Family Engagement Potluck dinner at Northeast High School, 415 Van Brunt Blvd. Bring a dish to share and sample dishes from around the world from 5 to 7 p.m. Sponsored by Kansas City Public Schools’ Language Services & Cultural Equity departments. For more information call 816-418-5288.
Now open– The American Jazz Museum, 1616 E. 18th St., is presenting Energy is Jazz, an exhibition of works by esteemed American artist, Frederick J. Brown. The exhibition has been co-curated between The American Jazz Museum and Bentley Brown of the Frederick J. Brown Trust. The exhibit will explore Brown’s career and his depiction of jazz artists in portraiture, in addition to the energy and feeling of jazz through visual representation. The exhibition will run through May 5th, 2024, in the museum’s Changing Gallery. Visit americanjazzmuseum.org for more information.