There will be numerous opportunities for Wichita-area residents to learn how to recognize and respond to severe weather this spring and summer. Along with the storm spotter training sessions put on by the Wichita branch of the National Weather Service, Sedgwick County Emergency Management is offering several presentations as well.
Except where noted otherwise, the sessions are at 7 p.m. and open to the public.
Tuesday, February 23Bentley City Building150 S. Wichita St.
Thursday, February 25Goddard City Building118 N. Main St.
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Monday, March 1Haysville Middle School900 W. Grand Ave.
Tuesday, March 2Park City Senior Center6100 N. Hydraulic St.
Thursday, March 4Colwich City Building310 S. Second St.
Saturday, March 6 – 10 a.m.Mulvane Fire Station910 E. Main St.
Monday, March 8Valley Center City Hall121 S. Meridian St.
Thursday, March 11Eastborough City Building#1 Douglas Ave.
Monday, March 15Kechi City Hall220 W. Kechi Rd.
Tuesday, March 16Clearwater Fire Station319 W. Ross St.
Wednesday, March 17 – 1 p.m.McConnell AFB TheaterOpen to base personnel only
Wednesday, March 17Viola City BuildingMain St. & Wilson St.
Thursday, March 18Derby Police Department229 N. Baltimore St.
Tuesday, March 23Andale City Hall326 N. Main St.
Wednesday, March 24Oaklawn Community Center2937 E. Oaklawn Dr.
Monday, March 30Maize City Hall10100 W. Grady
Monday, April 5Garden Plain Senior Center1006 N. Main St.
Tuesday, April 6Cheney City Hall131 N. Main St.
Thursday, April 8Sedgwick Community Center520 Commercial St.
Thursday, April 15Bel Aire City Building7651 W. Central Park Ave.