Here’s what’s going on in Wichita Sunday:
10:30-11:30 a.m., lululemon, 1423 N. Webb, Suite 115
What could be better than a free yoga session to start your Memorial Day Sunday out right? Catherine Schmidt of Hot Asana Yoga Studio will be at lululemon this Sunday for a free session outside, weather permitting. There will be mats you can borrow, or you can bring your own.
Food Trucks at the Fountain
11 a.m.-2 p.m., WaterWalk
If you’re looking for lunch from a food truck this Sunday, the WaterWalk is the place to be. Food Trucks at the Fountain will feature about 20 local food trucks, as well as a 90-minute donation-based yoga session starting at 10 a.m. at Main and Waterman. Live music will be provided by the Erin Alan Project.
Free to attend.
Memorial Day Cookout
noon-4 p.m., Aero Plains Brewing, 117 N. Handley
Who doesn’t love free food? Aero Plains is grilling hamburgers and hotdogs on Sunday for free, while they last. The brewery will also have lawn games set up, including giant Jenga and corn hole. There will also be a free yoga class offered at 11 a.m. Sunday.
Paint downtown mural with Lupoli
noon-6 p.m., Gallery Alley, 616 E. Douglas
Wichita mural-painting duo Lupoli (Josh Tripoli and Rebekah Lewis) need the public’s help this Sunday. A large-scale mural in Gallery Alley is going to be set up like a paint-by-numbers, and the public is needed to come in and help them finish the mural. Paints and brushes are provided.
University of Notre Dame Folk Choir
2 p.m. Adorers of the Blood of Christ, 1165 S. Southwest Blvd.
The University of Notre Dame Folk Choir, which specializes in liturgical music, is in town this weekend. After a performance Saturday night, the choir is performing again Sunday afternoon at the ASC convent near Newman University. The concert is open to the public.
Veterans Memorial Park Celebration
3 p.m., Veterans Memorial Park, 339 N. Veterans Parkway
Three pathways with the commemorative bricks of 1,500 World War II area veterans have been completed and will be celebrated. There will be a 21-gun salute, music of the World War II era, a Color Guard, wreath placement and a flyover of a Stearman aircraft. Because seating is limited, people are asked to bring lawn chairs.
2nd Annual Great Plains Fest
4 p.m., Steel Bar, 221 N. St. Francis
The second annual Great Plains Fest is this Sunday afternoon and evening, featuring bands from across the state. Performing acts include Rylee Dulaney, Conquer the Pacific, Librium, Riot Nurse, A Broken State, Community Theatre, Parthian and more.
$5 at the door, $8 after 9 p.m.
Get Your Rear in Gear
6-9 p.m., Old Town Farm and Market Square, First and Mosley
If you’re looking for a way to get some exercise this weekend, why not try the Get Your Rear in Gear run? There will be a timed 5K, a 5K walk and a 1-mile fun run Sunday evening in Old Town. The course generally runs along First Street and the Arkansas River.
National Memorial Day Concert 2017
7 p.m., KPTS-TV
If you feel like staying in Sunday evening, you can catch the National Memorial Day Concert on KPTS (Channel 8). Laurence Fishburne and Joe Mantegna will host this annual salute to America's military heroes, with performers including Renée Fleming, Vanessa Williams, Scotty McCreery, Five for Fighting, Ronan Tynan, Russell Watson and the National Symphony Orchestra.
7:30 p.m., Fisch Haus, 524 S. Commerce
Jazz players Torin Andersen, Tat Hidano, and UJ Pesonen will play improvisational jazz, attempting to surpass their International Jazz Day performance last month.
Free-will donations accepted.