Get your gardening vibe on with the awesome annual Garden Tour, sponsored by the Sedgwick County Extension Master Gardeners. This year’s six beautiful landscapes include a “Woodland Retreat,” a “Garden of Water Views,” “Islands of Color,” a blend of “Creativity of Nature and Art,” “Backyard Garden Medly,” and Landscaping that Rocks!” Friday, June 2nd, 9 […]
This month’s celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, their stories, and their contributions to our country concludes with the second annual Asian Night Market, this year, at the Riverfront Stadium. The Asian Night Market is inspired by the late-night bazaars of Asia, where people come together to enjoy the many local foods, drinks, […]
The Anniversary Film Series is our monthly series of films celebrating a significant anniversary, and films are screened at 7:00 pm one Thursday a month. This month’s film is the classic Casablanca. Click here to purchase tickets and for more information.
Have you met our new Director? Shake hands with Anne Kraybill, who starts at Wichita Art Museum on August 15. There will be live music by Nikoyle Noel, including an exceptional performance of Khronos. Wichita Art Museum is also a host for ARTS MIXR, a collaboration with the City of Wichita Division of Arts and […]
The Great Plains have changed much since settlement pushed west. Over time, many groups, including Native Americans, soldiers, trappers, traders, and settlers, have come and gone. Come visit Old Cowtown Museum for a day where we explore the evolution of the great plains. Click here for more information.
As if the holidays weren’t sweet enough, we have another opportunity to enjoy tasty dishes made with pure maple syrup. This is one unique sweet that originated in North America when Native Indians first harvested and boiled the sap of the maple tree into a thick syrup. The basic process remains the same. While harvest […]
December Solstice is officially the first day of winter, the shortest day north of the equator, and the lengthiest day in the south. Celebrations in the north might include the lighting of bonfires or candles to lure back the sun on this day. Some people can’t wait for the colder weather, snow, skiing and ice […]
In the winter of 1914, The Great War had barely begun, but the soldiers in the trenches were cold, dark, and lonely. It was Christmas Eve when the German soldiers began to sing the well-known carol, “Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht,” composed nearly one hundred years before. British soldiers joined in singing in English, and soon […]
Capture the beauty of spring in a beautiful watercolor painting. This class will teach basic watercolor techniques, composition, and design. Supplies will be provided; however, feel free to bring some of your own if you would like to get acquainted with your art supplies. Born and raised in Kansas, Tyra Grace is an Eco-Artist residing […]
Celebrate the Great American Pie Month with a double delicious double-crust lemon pie.