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Friends of the symphony will host a Garden Gathering event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 at The Stanley in downtown Lee’s Summit. During the event, guests will enjoy a delicious brunch provided by Lori Walker Catering, but this Garden Gathering is much more than a meal.
I think Mr. Rogers would most certainly have fit in well in downtown Lee’s Summit. Business neighbors. Friend neighbors. Customer and client neighbors. All is a geographically tiny area of a massive 65-square-mile city.
The Missouri Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) has announced the designation of three Great Places in Missouri in 2019: Downtown Lee’s Summit, Lee’s Summit; Silver Moon Plaza, Chillicothe; and High Street, Jefferson City.
Summit Christian Academy senior Sophie Schooley recently won the SCA Poetry Out Loud competition for the third year in a row.
For the second consecutive year, SCA sophomore Ashlyn Steller has been selected as the Senate District Eight Exhibit winner.
Burnt Finger BBQ, a local business bringing the great taste and heritage of Kansas City BBQ to the world, will be featured in the February issue of Southern Living magazine, on newsstands this week. The magazine’s story, ‘Women on Fire’, takes a look at 9 women who are making their mark on the BBQ industry — from opening restaurants and launching businesses, to bringing home big-time competition wins.
The City of Lee’s Summit is hosting an art exhibition in the lobby of City Hall featuring the works of regional artist Warren ‘Stylez’ Harvey from Jan. 14 through March 1.
The City of Lee's Summit Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with local non-profit Urban Trail Co., is bringing new trails to Legacy Park. These natural-surface, single-track trails for mountain biking, hiking, and trail running will be located along the northern and eastern portion of Legacy Park.
The City of Lee’s Summit will honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at a free community-wide event Jan. 21 at 6 p.m. in The Pavilion at John Knox Village, 520 NW Murray Rd.
Everyday heroes from throughout the community will be honored at the annual Mayor’s Character Breakfast, scheduled from 7 to 9 a.m. Jan. 24 at the Pavilion at John Knox Village, 520 NW Murray Road. The popular annual event, hosted by Lee’s Summit CARES, typically includes a sellout crowd of close to 700 attendees.