Final Friday is always a popular cultural event in Wichita. Now a host of artists and gallery owners want to switch the art gallery crawl to First Fridays, similar to what is done in Kansas City and elsewhere.
Another artificial snow day has been planned in Wichita for sledding in downtown. A “Snow Glow” will feature night sledding with a DJ and light show. Then a free sledding event is planned the following morning.
What you need to know about the Wichita Cat Fancy cat show, scheduled for Feb. 2-3 at The Cotillion in Wichita. Admission costs, ticket prices, and rescue groups will be on scene for people who want to adopt an adoptable cat.
Three trends in Wichita home renovation, which will be featured at the 2019 Wichita Home Show, sponsored by the Wichita Area Builders Association. Bathroom remodels, kitchen remodels, and more are popular this year.
Spaghetti Works Apartments, 619 E. William, is completed and leasing to the public. Rents start at $770 and range up to $1,664. The one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments in downtown Wichita are now available.
Officials with Wichita Festivals on Friday revealed the poster and button artwork for Riverfest 2019, scheduled for May 31-June 8 in downtown Wichita. The River Festival has a contest to design its poster art every year.
Bill Goffrier’s “Authenti-City” series of oil paintings depicting Wichita buildings, houses and other scenes is up at CityArts through March. Goffrier, formerly of The Embarrassment and Big Dipper, is becoming well-known for his art.
Bill Goffrier moved from Wichita to Boston in the 1980's to attend graduate school. He moved back 30 years later to care for his father. He's spent the last few years creating a series of paintings exploring the city.
The Rock & Brews Casino Resort, sponsored by KISS band members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, is planned in Braman, Oklahoma. The new gambling venue will feature a luxury gaming and entertainment hall in 2020.
Habitat for Humanity hosted a “Day of Service” on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which drew about 140 volunteers to Century II to help build two homes. King advocated that people need to have their basic needs met.