and its mission to educate, equip and empower underserved girls with the knowledge and skills to succeed in college, career and community. 13: After-Hours Networking Enjoy a last glimpse of the Country Club Plaza’s lights at Leawood Chamber of Commerce’s after-hours event at CBIZ MHM LLC 5- p.m.The free event includes complimentary food and drinks, plus a tour of Great Wolf Lodge and info on its meeting and events spaces.
Focused on local farms, humanely raised meats and “damn good eating,” Local Pig provides the people of Kansas City with a wide selection of steaks, roasts, chops, sausages, burgers and charcuterie.
Located in the historic East Bottoms district, the butcher shop also offers hands-on classes every Sunday covering all aspects of butchering and charcuterie.
For a full weekend of activities and some great buys in the vintage shopping department, head across the 12th Street bridge into the West Bottoms. To experience a lively and unique neighborhood, head to the River Market.
Situated just south of the Missouri River, the area features historic brick buildings, loft apartments, bars and restaurants and the Midwest's largest farmers' market; the 150-year-old City Market.
The market is especially lively on weekends when more than 140 farmers bring their goods for sale.