The great thing about St. Patrick’s Day is you don’t have to be Irish to join in on the fun! (Though green attire is expected.) To help you get into the celebratory spirit, here are some of the best Kansas City events for Saint Paddy’s Day. Just be sure you’ve got a designated driver at the ready.
Where: The Kansas City St. Patrick’s Day Parade begins at Linwood and Broadway, and marches south on Broadway to 43rd Street.
What’s Happening: Grand Marshall Eric Stonestreet, a star of Modern Family, will lead the festive, nationally recognized Saint Patty’s Day parade. Outdoor beer gardens and sidewalk cafes will be set up along and near the parade route and will feature food, green and non-green drinks, and live Irish-themed entertainment and music.
Thanksgiving is well in the rearview mirror. What’s left is that magical time of year leading up to the biggest holiday on the calendar: Christmas! That means it’s time to pull out the old lights, dust off your favorite ornaments, and get your living space into the holiday spirit. And nothing quite ties together those Christmas vibes like a fresh, green, fragrant, natural Christmas tree.
Luck you: You’re in charge of driving the tree home! Christmas trees aren’t exactly the easiest items to transport, certainly not if you’re worried about avoiding scratches to your vehicle or stripping those fresh pine needles off the branches. So, in the spirit of the season, we’ve decided to come up with a list of 7 simple tips for safely transporting a Christmas tree home.
Hey, for those of you who haven’t heard, we’re here to let you know it’s officially autumn. That means leaves, pumpkin spice lattes, and a lovely change of mid-western temperatures are in our future. But what about family-friendly fun? Yep, Kansas City has enough of that going on this fall, too. Here are the best Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas events for families in Kansas City.
Much like road and lane markers can be crossed during road construction, company rules regarding March Madness can be crossed under extenuating circumstances. While we don’t ever condone breaking any of your company’s rules, bending a rule or two never hurt anyone. It’s not like the average US employee will waste over 6 hours watching March Madness at work, right?
As the college basketball tournament gets underway with the First Round on March 15, it’s time to make the necessary preparations to catch every buzzer beater, every half-court heave, every upset pulled off by a Cinderella. Here are the top 7 ways to avoid work during March Madness in 2018.