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APRIL 2018 PUBLISHER

Matthew Perry | Matthew@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

Angela Broockerd | Angela.Broockerd@LifestylePubs.com PHOTOGRAPHY DIRECTOR

Paul Versluis | Paul.Versluis@LifestylePubs.com ACCOUNT MANAGER

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Letter from the Editor SPRING IS HERE, AND I AM MORE THAN READY TO GET OUT AND ENJOY THE OUTDOORS. I openly embrace the upcoming season of shuffling kids to

Emily Thibault | Emily.Thibault@LifestylePubs.com John Naegele | John.Naegele@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Angela Broockerd, Natalie Fieleke, Kathryn Leo, Adriane Taylor

soccer, baseball and track which lends itself to spending a great deal of time out-

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side in the fresh air. Aside from the early morning spring soccer games that can be

Bill L. Coulter, Janie Jones, Paul Versluis

painfully cold at times, I love the start of our spring activities. Our family loves to camp, hike, bike, fish and explore, so finding pockets of time to be able to do that is always a priority for us. There are so many diverse spots around the Kansas City area to hike, camp or spend time on the water, each with their perks. We have narrowed down our list of favorite spots and trails to visit and explore, but it is always fun to try something new and keeps it interesting. For our April issue, we wanted to share with you some of the ways our neighbors are getting out and enjoying the outdoors. We included a little bit of everything

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from camping to volunteering to beekeeping to gardening to being eco-friendly. We would love to hear about your favorite spots to explore and enjoy nature, volunteer or your local favorite eco-friendly projects, so drop me an email or share with it us

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on Facebook or Instagram so we can share it with the community. Here’s to a beautiful spring!

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INSIDE THE ISSUE APRIL 2018

FEATURES 20 Scraps KC Johnson County Family Repurposing the Community

26 Hoot Owl Hill Get Away for a Weekend of Glamping and Garden Fresh Bites in Paola

34 Oh, Honey Beekeeping in Johnson County

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46 Eco-Chic Responsible Fashion

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DEPARTMENTS 6

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Open House

20 Giving Back 39 Realty Report 40 DIY 46 Local’s Choice 48 Lifestyle Calendar 50 Parting Thoughts


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GOOD TIMES

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Regarding Kitchens Celebrates 20 Years ARTICLE NATALIE FIELEKE PHOTOGRAPHY PAUL VERSLUIS

IN 1998, OVERLAND PARK RESIDENT BEV GILBERT AND HER THEN-FIANCÉ, BRUCE, LAUNCHED REGARDING KITCHENS, A FULLSERVICE DESIGN-BUILD FIRM SPECIALIZING IN KITCHENS AND BATHROOMS. This year, the couple celebrates 19 years of marriage and 20 years of providing exceptional home renovation service in Johnson County and the surrounding Kansas City metro area. Looking back, Bev  is astounded by how quickly the time has gone and reflects on the roller coaster ride of owning their own business. It’s been important through the years for Regarding Kitchens to adjust its offerings to meet the current market needs of their clients.  For the  company, no job has ever been too small, Bev says. Over the years, she’s learned that small projects lead to larger ones down the road for pleased clients and friendly referrals. “We’ve always felt like we could bring the same quality and care to modest jobs as we bring to high-end jobs,” she says. “We’ve never been kitchen and bath snobs. We treat every project with equal importance.” 14

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Regarding Kitchens assists homeowners with everything from painting or replacing cabinetry to completely renovating entire floors of a home. As a contracting firm, all installers are in-house, with a level of trust and quality that she and her clients can depend upon, Bev says.

want very traditional. I set aside my personal style and help them figure out what’s best for them.” For the Johnson County home featured in these pages, Regarding Kitchens assisted the homeowners in a nearly complete renovation

“We want to make sure each client receives full attention, and we

of the entire first floor of their home. They reorganized the kitchen

think that their satisfaction speaks for our work,” she says. “About 90

layout, added a four-seasons room with a fireplace to the back of

percent of our business comes from repeat customers and referrals.”

the house and installed hardwood floors throughout. Bev says she

Bev describes her personal style as transitional but says one of

enjoyed both the client and the transformation of the space.

her strengths is adjusting her taste to that of her client. Baby boom-

“Not only was the aesthetic of the renovation striking—we were

ers and younger generations tend to gravitate to more clean lines, a

able to help them change and improve how they used their house,

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which was really exciting,” she says.

“I enjoy so many different styles,” she says. “I’ve worked with clients who have preferred very contemporary as well as those who 16

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To learn more about how Regarding Kitchens can help with your next home renovation project, visit RegardingKitchens.com or call 913.642.6184.


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GIVING BACK

SCRAPS KC:

repurposing the community ARTICLE ADRIANE TAYLOR | PHOTOGRAPHY JANIE JONES

KANSAS CITY IS A COMMUNITY WITH AN ESSENCE OF GIVING, A POPULACE THAT ACTS WHEN PRESENTED WITH A NEED, AND A SODALITY THAT EMBODIES LIFTING OTHERS UP WHEN THEY ARE DOWN. Pair this with people willing to take a progressive approach in developing creative ways that honor the environment through the reuse of everyday materials, the repurposing of supplies, and the renewal of broken lives and the result would be Scraps KC, an organization that is the embodiment of fortitude and one that has had a profound effect on the community.

"OUR PURPOSE IS RENEWING PEOPLE, THEIR SPIRIT, THEIR HEART AND THEIR BODIES." —BRENDA MOTT, FOUNDER Brenda Mott, a Johnson County resident, is a person who has always appreciated living a waste-free lifestyle. Growing up, Brenda's parents, who survived the Depression, instilled a regime of preserving and reusing everything in efforts to get the most value. She carried this into adulthood becoming a teacher who saved money by shopping for supplies at the Children’s Museum of Kansas City Recycling Center. Within her thrifty nature, she also created a life of service, which is a guiding principle that her family encompassed by serving the homeless. This passion for educating and supporting others led her on a journey that would combine these wishes in a meaningful way that serves the community. Brenda wanted to create a place that not only inspires creativity but also provides a safe space where others could seek refuge. In September 2016 the right time had arrived, and Scraps KC was born. What exactly is Scraps KC? The short answer would be that it is a place reminiscent of a quirky warehouse teeming with donated art and office supplies. A place where an educator with big ideas can have their CONTINUED >

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dreams realized on a budget. A place where a Girl Scout troop can come and create art projects worthy of a gift exchange. But it is so much more than that. It is also a place that celebrates the environment by reducing waste through repurposing items—a place that educates others about the community and the unique needs of the homeless. Above all, it is a place that redefines what it means to give back to others through real-life project-based learning that enriches the lives of both the patrons and the displaced. It is a pay-it-forward playhouse. By hosting low cost “crafternoons” for kids, providing summer art camps for teens, as well as having an expansive resource center where the community can explore office and creative supplies, Scraps KC can teach others about how they can help, but it also helps fund their organization. Through this funding, they can offer food, clothing and a place inside from the sometimes unforgiving elements to people who may feel as if the world has forgotten them. The homeless help keep Scraps KC going by donating their time cleaning, assisting and helping manage the supplies in exchange for a meal, a conversation or a listening ear. "It is a place free of judgment. People come in because they want a warm place and someone to love them," Brenda says. "Our primary mission is to work with them and to lift them up so they can thrive." The Scraps KC experience is a cyclical one that moves through the creative process—to environmental education, to homeless education, to a purpose-driven life. Brenda hopes that by teaching and feeding she can build and keep relationships and that these relationships will extend far beyond the community. She looks in the future and sees a community garden, a playground and even an event space that can be used to host even larger projects. She hopes that many more people will come to 12th Street to learn. How can the public get involved? Currently, Scraps KC receives about 2,000 pounds weekly from community manufacturers, designers, architectural design firms and businesses who are often rebranding or downsizing scrap materials, but there is always room for more. Anyone who has fabric supplies, knitting materials or arts and crafts provisions are welcome to donate. At this time, the greatest need is in used school supplies that can be cleaned and redistributed. This supply drive successfully gifted 101 underserved classrooms in 2017 with more than 12,000 supplies. Brenda hopes to surpass this goal and encourages people to donate as well as volunteer this summer to sort and clean through supplies. This is a great opportunity for area schools to consider as the school year winds down. Visit ScrapsKC.org for more details.

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Former Mission Mayor Steve Schowengerdt (right) and his wife Mary, will be our honorary chairs for our 2018 Run for the Roses Derby Gala.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BILL L. COULTER

GLAMPING AT HOOT OWL HILL

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BRENDA AND STEVE WRISCHNIK, LONGTIME OVERLAND PARK RESIDENTS, FELL IN LOVE WITH THE IDEA OF MOVING INTO A BIG OLD HOUSE IN AN ITTY-BITTY TOWN. Steve spotted a wild bit of land outside of Paola in which the house on it had been abandoned for a few years. They came out to walk around on a beautiful fall day and fell in love with the views, so they purchased the property not knowing that one day they would happen upon such a novel idea as glamping in Kansas. While waiting for their house to be built, the Wrischniks planted a vegetable garden, 116 blueberry bushes, and blackberries and raspberries. Brenda started wondering if there would be a way to quit her day job, be on their land and do something that she had been dreaming about.  After all, it was such a beautiful setting, the gardens were started, and she knew others would appreciate the beauty also. After much research, she knew what she wanted to do and had confidence in her heart and soul that it would work. So, Hoot Owl Hill began to take shape. Glamping is an experience that combines the hospitality and comfort of a bed-and-breakfast  and the outdoor beauty of camping. Hoot Owl Hill offers a place where you can feel at ease and at peace and have the sense that you are somewhere very far away from it all.  They supply lanterns, and the tents are made up like hotel rooms that include beds with linens, pillows and bedspreads or quilts.  Guests can enjoy the outstanding views of the night sky, the flicker of lightning bugs over the meadow, and the music of the coyotes, tree frogs, crickets and the distant train whistles.  Hoot Owl Hill is a Certified Monarch Waystation and Wildlife Habitat, so they have a variety of butterfly gardens with plants that are both host plants for the caterpillars and nectar plants for the butterflies.  Their back acreage is a true prairie remnant meadow, which is a rarity for Kansas as most open land has been grazed or planted. The property also includes a very small pond where guests can enjoy fishing, and they have a fish feeding station that is a favorite of guests.

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Upon arrival, guests are given a quick tour of the grounds and are invited to relax, settle in  and stroll the gardens as they wish. The  Wrischniks also  introduce them to their  family members: ducks; chickens; Sebastopol geese Prince and Zsa Zsa; Royal Palm turkeys Whitey and Felix; their  peafowl Ricky and Lucy; their  guinea fowl; their  dog, Hootie; and three goats, Casper, Chip and Halo.  Guests are welcome to bring anything they want to eat or drink, so a "wine stroll" around the property and cookout over the fire is always a popular activity. The Wrischniks provide the firewood and start the campfire for guests. Fire pits include grates that can be used to cook dinner and s'mores, and if cooking over a fire isn’t something that guests would enjoy, they have the option to choose a garden-to-table dinner when they reserve their space.  The locally sourced, fresh-from-the-garden homemade dinner is served outside on the wraparound porch. In addition, a farm fresh breakfast is served the next morning for guests to enjoy. You don't need to come glamping to experience Hoot Owl Hill. It offers oneday retreats, dinners, garden tour groups, book clubs and a variety of classes and other small-footprint experiences.  Hoot Owl Hill is perfect for anyone wanting a nontraditional, laid-back rural experience to enjoy the night sky without all the city interference, or  someone who likes nature but doesn't necessarily want to rough it. The environment at Hoot Owl Hill is peaceful, beautiful, ignites the senses and is waiting to be enjoyed.

For reservations, contact brenda@hootowlgardens.com.

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ARTICLE KATHRYN LEO | PHOTOGRAPHY JANIE JONES

SEAN WHEELER, M.D. BECAME A BACKYARD BEEKEEPER ALMOST BY ACCIDENT. Three years ago, a swarm of bees found the tetherball in his backyard, and, for a day or two considered it as a potential home, but unfortunately, they left after a short time. That was when Wheeler decided he wanted his own hive and has had bees ever since. During this time, he has learned a few things about keeping bees: they are fun and the more you learn about them, the more fascinating they become.  At first, Wheeler did not know that much about beekeeping, but he took the plunge anyway. He ordered the bees from Georgia and purchased the hive and other materials to get started. He did know that the first winter would be hard on them, so he carefully insulated the box, and, amazingly, they made it through that first winter. They continued thriving, and Wheeler plans on getting another hive this spring since it is wise to have at least two hives in case there is an infestation in one of them.  They did not take any honey the first two years because they wanted the bees themselves to have plenty of honey for the winter, and, if you take it all, they will starve. This past year, he did not want to take too much, so he only took some from a couple of screens. He was amazed by how much honey there actually was; he was able to fill seven large jars of honey. As much as he and his family enjoy the honey, he really appreciates the benefits he sees around him since he gardens, raises fruit trees and grows grapes.  As far as hobbies go, Wheeler says keeping bees is very entertaining because one is constantly learning about them. For example, they maintain the temperature in their hive during the summer by gathering water droplets, then they flap their wings, thus creating air conditioning in the hive. In the winter, they seal off the hive; then they accumulate in a small area and buzz throughout the entire winter to maintain a warm temperature within the hive using this kinetic energy. He says that once you figure out how the hive works, it becomes even more interesting. Wheeler is the father of six children, and he feels these experiences have given his children more respect for not only bees but nature too. There is some work in maintaining bees, and Wheeler has learned the best ways to work around them by trial and error. When you need to get into the hive for any reason, you need to suit up and light the smoker. The smoke makes the bees think there is a fire so instinctively they start to consume the honey which makes them extremely sedentary and sleepy. While they are in this state, he looks for eggs, larvae or capped brood—where the babies incubate. This tells him the queen is alive and doing her job. He does this three or four times per summer; he knows that other beekeepers check more often, but he likes to keep a hands-off hive. Wheeler does not belong to any bee organizations, but he talks with other beekeepers when he needs advice. He has found the beekeeping community is extremely helpful. They are a community of people working to keep bees going since they are vital to our humanity.  He recommends anyone wanting to get started with beekeeping just jump in and figure your way through it. Wheeler is proof that you do not have to be a professional beekeeper to successfully raise bees and reap the benefits from this mighty pollinator.   

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HONEY CINNAMON SCONES INGREDIENTS + 2 cups all-purpose flour + 2 teaspoons baking powder + 1/2 teaspoon baking soda + 1/2 teaspoon salt + 1 stick butter, cold + 1/3 cup buttermilk or 1/3 cup milk + 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice + 1 egg + 1/4 cup honey + 1 teaspoon vanilla extract + 2 tablespoons sugar + 1 teaspoon cinnamon GLAZE + 1 cup powdered sugar + 2 tablespoons honey + 2-3 tablespoons milk INSTRUCTIONS 1 | Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 2 | Mix together flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. 3 | Cut stick cold butter into small pieces and add to dry mixture using a pastry cutter. 4 | Separate egg and set aside the white. 5 | In a separate bowl, whisk together yolk, buttermilk, honey and vanilla extract 6 | Add wet mixture to the dry and stir just until combined. 7 | Scoop out half the mixture and form into a ball and flatten into a disc about 1-inch thick on floured surface. Then do the same thing with other half.  8 | Take egg white and whisk, then brush  on to each dough circle. 9 | Mix together sugar and cinnamon, and sprinkle both discs with the entire mixture. Cut into eighths. 10 | Bake for 6-7 minutes.  11 | When scones are cooled, drizzle on honey glaze. Enjoy! Recipe from CocoAndAsh.com April 2018 | Johnson County Lifestyle

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REALTY REPORT

JOHNSON COUNTY

NEIGHBORHOOD

REALTY REPORT

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

HALLBROOK

$1,850,000

$1,600,000

86%

173

6

7.2

THE WOODS ESTATES

$1,145,000

$1,135,000

99%

29

5

4.2

TUSCANY RESERVE

$1,200,000

$1,100,000

91%

214

5

4.1

TOWN & COUNTRY MANOR

$1,150,000

$1,100,000

88%

176

6

6.1

BERKSHIRE

$974,000

$960,000

98%

62

4

5.2

MISSION HILLS

$995,000

$925,000

92%

119

5

4.1

BERKSHIRE

$999,999

$848,750

84%

248

5

4.2

LEAWOOD COUNTRY MANOR

$799,500

$769,500

96%

77

4

4.3

CHERRY CREEK

$795,000

$750,000

94%

3

5

4.1

SOMERSET PLACE

$730,000

$711,500

97%

119

3

2.1

Information compiled is from Heartland Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and includes properties listed and sold in the area from multiple brokers. Statistics from 2/1/2018-2/28/2018. DOM=Days on Market

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DIY

ARTICLE NICOLETTE MARTIN

ROOM TO

GROW ADD SOME GREEN TO YOUR GAME WITH LIFESTYLE’S ECO-FRIENDLY PLANT GUIDE

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WHAT HOUSEPLANT SHOULD YOU GET? WOULD PEOPLE DESCRIBE YOU AS HAVING A GREEN THUMB? N

Y

ARE YOU OFTEN AWAY FOR

BUT DO YOU REMEMBER

LONG PERIODS OF TIME?

TO WATER YOUR PLANTS?

Y

N

Y

DO YOU HAVE

ARE YOU LOW

MANY WINDOWS?

ON O2?

N

Y

Y

N

N

DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS? Y

IS IT HARD FOR YOU TO

N

COMMIT TO ONE THING? Y

N

CACTI + SUCCULENTS

LEMON BUTTON FERN

SNAKE PLANT

PHILODENDRON

When you’re looking for

Safe for both cats and dogs

Labeled as both a “for-

The split-leaf philodendron

variety without the hassle,

according to the ASPCA,

giving houseplant” and

does not require a lot of

cacti and succulents are

lemon button ferns—also

healthy houseplant by

light or moisture, but will

the way to go. Since they

known as southern sword

HGTV, the snake plant

grow much larger if given

are able to store water in

ferns—are drought-tolerant

tolerates low light and long

both and ample space to

their leaves, they’re more

and thrive in shady rooms.

stretches without water

climb. Be careful, though,

forgiving when your mind

They’re low-maintenance if

while also adding oxygen

it is highly toxic to animals,

is elsewhere.

you keep their soil moist.

to the room at night.

according to the ASPCA.

Plant care information gathered from HGTV.com

CONTINUED >

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DIY

(CON TI N UED)

SUCCULENT GUIDE Perfect for those who don’t necessarily consider themselves “gardening-inclined,” but also like to keep live decorations in various parts of the home, succulent plants are generally low-maintenance and come in an array of shapes, sizes, colors and textures. Grow them in unique containers—from coffee tins to books and pianos— for eco-themed decor you actually have to put in some effort to kill.

common succulents ZEBRA PLANT

ECHEVERIA ‘LOLA’

WHITE CHENILLE PLANT

Stemless clustering perennial

Up to 6 inches tall, it forms a

Small, shrubby succulent plant up

succulent up to 6 inches tall. Needs

sculpted rosette up to 6 inches in

to 12 inches tall. Small rosettes hold

plenty of sun or bright light. Use a

diameter. Good for containers and

thick green leaves densely covered

well-draining cactus potting mix.

rock gardens.

in silvery white hairs.

For more succulent information, visit WorldOfSucculents.com

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PLANTING TIPS + Succulents don’t like wet roots, so when choosing a container, make sure that it has adequate draining. If there isn’t a natural draining hole, drill several small holes in the bottom. + To ensure your soil drains easily and the plants’ roots aren’t too wet, you can use a special soil mix for succulents or mix potting soil and sand together to make it more porous. + Mix and match succulents for an artful display. They don’t mind being close together, and finishing off with aquarium rocks, moss or other decorative material will give it a finished look. For more planting tips, visit Lowes.com

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APRIL

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

6 JURIED ART SHOW OPENING RECEPTION

and Arboretum volunteers will be handing out free tree and shrub seedlings to visitors while supplies last. All species of trees and shrubs will be bare root and come with instructions on

SECOND ANNUAL HEAD FOR THE CURE BIKE RIDE

Tomahawk Ridge Community Center

planting and maintenance. They will be

Hundreds of pieces of art will be sub-

handed out at Matt Ross Community

Event starts and concludes at

mitted for the exhibition. Pieces of art in-

Center, Tomahawk Ridge Community

Browne's Irish Market with exciting

clude jewelry, sculpture, fiber art, paint-

Center and Overland Park Arboretum

stops along the urban KC route. A

ings, drawings and photographs. 6 p.m.

& Botanical Gardens starting at 9 a.m.

fun Irish party will follow at Browne's

p.m. Event is free. For more information, contact Julie Bilyea at 913.344.8656 or julie.bilyea@opkansas.org.

6 EXPRESSIONS ART EXHIBITION

8 THE WHITE THEATRE AT THE J The White Theatre

annual dance and choreography festival at The J. Kansas City's premier companies and best dancers come

Showcasing artists with disabilities.

together on the White Theatre's stage

The Eighth Annual Expressions Art

to showcase their original works.

Exhibition celebrates the artists' abilireception will include entertainment, refreshments, silent auctions, photo booth and an artist meet and greet! 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. TheWholePerson.org

7 STREAM CLEAN DAY

music and Irish food. $45 for general registration. The 40-mile ride starts at 9 a.m.; 15-mile ride starts at 10 a.m. For more information, visit HeadForTheCure.org.

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Browne's Irish Market

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Benefit Concert for The White The-

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 28 and 11 a.m. to

atre featuring Members of the Kansas

4 p.m. April 29

Various Parks and Streams

City Symphony

in Overland Park

Tickets day of - pay what you

Overland Park and its Environmental

can, 913.327.8054

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20 & 21

ARBOR DAY TREE PLANTING CEREMONY

and debris which are an eyesore, pollute

RIBS FOR KIDS

& Botanical Gardens

water and cause harm to wildlife. To

McGonigle’s Market

Arbor Day celebrates planting and

volunteer, sign up online or contact Jim

For the 15th year, FosterAdopt Con-

nurturing trees. Help celebrate Arbor

Twigg, environmental programs coor-

nect and McGonigle’s Market will

Day by planting an Arbor Day tree,

dinator, at 913.895.6273  or  jim.twigg@

celebrate the opening of barbe-

then take a sapling home for your yard

opkansas.org. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

que season with Ribs for Kids. The

so that you can celebrate for years to

event benefits hundreds of foster

come. No pre-registration necessary;

and adopted children in the area.

all ages welcome. Included with ad-

People can come by McGonigle’s

mission. Giveaway ceremony begins

Market to buy ready-to-eat full slabs

at 11 a.m. Meet in the visitors center.

Advisory Council are sponsoring the 2018 Stream Clean Day. This volunteer event helps restore the natural beauty of our parks and streams by removing trash

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of smoked baby back ribs at a re-

Various Locations

duced price of $15 a slab. 10 a.m. to

The Legacy of Greenery Committee

6 p.m. FosterAdopt.org

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PARTING THOUGHTS

ELEVATE, LIFESTYLE PUBLICATIONS' MONTHLY  Our winner with

KINDNESS CHALLENGE IN THE BLUE VALLEY AND

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when coming up to their locker to read their sign. "I wasn't sure if my project made a difference at first, but I started to notice that some of the notes that I gave to people were hanging on the inside of their locker. That made me feel good that it meant enough to them to keep it long after they were hung." The project was voted on by the community as the winning project, and as a result, she was awarded $1,000 from Lifestyle Publications and the generous sponsors at Audi Shawnee Mission and Commerce Bank. To find out more about Elevate or to vote on the next round, visit ElevateSchools.com. If you have a middle school student in the Blue Valley or Olathe School District  interested in participating and have questions, email Elevate@LifestylePubs.com or contact your building principal. Thank you to our generous sponsors at Audi Shawnee Mission and Commerce Bank.

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