Weekends in KC: March 27-29
Don’t let this weekend’s cooler weather stop you from getting out. There is a wide array of events available, so there is something for everyone.
PASSPORT TO INDIA: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art becomes a gateway to exotic India on Sunday from noon to 4pm. Experience Indian art, culture, music, dance, fashion and
food. All program events are free, so be sure to check out all the details at www.nelson-atkins.org. (https://peo.nelson-atkins.org/show.asp)
MISSOURI MAVERICKS: This weekend Kansas City’s hockey team plays both Saturday and Sunday at the Independence Events Center. On Saturday the Mavericks face off against Wichita Thunder at 7:05pm. Then on Sunday at 4:05pm, the Mavs take on the Quad City Mallards. For tickets, go to www.missourimavericks.com/home.
MOPACA INVITATIONAL ALPACA SHOW: The 12th annual MOPACA Invitational Alpaca Show will happen this weekend at the American Royal Hale Arena. This free show is open to the public, and is perfect for the whole family. Get up close to hundreds of alpacas, meet the farmers that raise them, buy alpaca products and learn more about these wonderful animals. For more information, visit www.mopaca.org.
EASTER EGG HUNTS: This weekend is host to a number of Easter egg hunts, so no matter where you live in the metro, you’re sure to find one close to you. Paradise Park in Lee’s Summit will be hosting “Ollie’s Egg Hunt” on March 28th & April 4th. Kids up to 9 years old can hunt for eggs with the Easter Bunny and the park’s mascot, Ollie the Otter. Visit www.paradise-park.com/ollies-egg-hunt for more event details. Shoal Creek Living History Museum also has an Easter egg hunt as part of their Kids Spring Jamboree on March 28th. From 10am to 2pm, kids elementary age and younger will have the chance to hunt for eggs, make crafts, participate in field games and take photos with the Easter Bunny. Head over to www.shoalcreeklivinghistorymuseum.com/2015-events.html to get more details.