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JULY 2019

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JULY 2019 PUBLISHERS

Jeron Traphagan | jeron.traphagan@lifestylepubs.com Zach Traphagan | zach.traphagan@lifestylepubs.com MANAGING EDITOR

Rachel Murphy | rmurphy@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER

Ashley Elwell

I Heart Summer DEAR READERS, It's the time that we've all been waiting for—summer! And this isn't just any summer; no, this is a unicorn of a summer, one that warmed up slowly and gave us a long spring to soak in the beautiful temperate weather before July's blazing hot days took over. I've lived in my backyard for the last month, and I couldn't be happier!  Our Summer issue is all about enjoyment, whether you're looking for a concert under the stars (spoiler alert: there's several to choose from!) or a farmers market with ripe heirloom tomatoes and crisp cucumbers. We have the inside scoop on keeping the state bird, the mosquito, at bay with natural remedies. We also have a few KC favorites from our very own publisher, Jeron Traphagan. As my girls get older, I'm enjoying spending more time outside with them—pushing them on the swings, hunting for critters in the grass, or splashing in the pool.

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It takes me back to the long days of my childhood, ones free of screens but full of

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bug bites, scraped knees from games of tag, and dusky evenings full of fireflies.

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There's nothing purer than the joy and wonder that nature can bring to a child's

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life and I'm so happy that my daughters are still young enough that they prefer time with me to time on a device. As this July unfolds with fireworks, cookouts, and hopefully pitchers of blackberry lemon sangria, I hope that you have a chance to enjoy the summer and all the magic that it holds. If you find something particularly enjoyable, I'd love to hear about it! My

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JULY 2019

FEATURES 16 Farm Fresh Farmers Markets have battled the elements to bring you the freshest produce

26 Dancing in the Streets Summer concert series inspire Northlanders to let loose

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32 Blackberry Lemon Sangria Refreshing and relaxing: a perfect summer sipper

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Hot Spot

22 Driver’s Notebook 26 Back Stage 32 Culinary Creations 34 DIY 38 Lifestyle Calendar 42 Local’s Choice


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GOOD TIMES

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Second Annual TeamSmile Golf Classic The 2nd Annual TeamSmile Golf Classic in Memory of Ted Reese was held on May 20 at The National Golf Club in Parkville.  The event was sponsored by NKC Dental and featured K.C. Wolf, the Chiefs Rumble, appearances by current and former Chiefs players, a concept shop by Callaway, and a silent and live auction.

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GOOD TIMES

Club W: Comedian Amy Barnes Club W welcomed women of all ages to the Improv in May to enjoy the comic stylings of Amy Barnes. Barnes' stand up touched on the trials and successes of motherhood after a successful career in engineering. Club W events offer a chance for women to learn and laugh together.Â

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GO Feed GO Feed is a family-friendly service event hosted by The Global Orphan Project where Kansas City rallies to pack meals for kids. These power-packed formulas contain all the right nutrition a child needs to grow and thrive. This year, 1,500 volunteers packed 279,936 meals, an entire shipping container of food!

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1. Emma Birks, Leak Birks, Clara Wilson, and Tyler Wilson rocking their hairnets! | 2. Kevin Scaife packing meals with his grandaughters Khih Scaife and Laila Meggerson. | 3. Sisters Grace Yu and Jessica Yu spent their Saturday afternoon at GO Feed packing meals for kids all over the globe. | 4. Justin Herron, Bill Warne, Fred Grossi and Anna Liebbe volunteered to do the heavy scooping. | 5. Brandon Pollmeier, Alana Dean, Callie Pollmeier, Madelyn Pollmeier, Bennett Pollmeier, Kadie Harry, Jessica Morris, Lilliana Castillo, Alexis Exum, and Araba Kuofie — strangers become friends after packing meals together. | 6. Finley Bickford providing the muscles! 10

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AROUND TOWN

PROTECTION FOR WHAT'S NOW, AND WHAT'S NEXT.

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NORTHLAND CAPS BOARD ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Northland Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Brett Kisker as the new Executive Director. He will fill the vacancy left by Ms. Sandy Henshaw’s resignation earlier this year and begin his new leadership role on July 1, 2019. Northland CAPS provides high school students

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in the Northland with a professional, innovative and entrepreneurial education through full immersion in high demand/high skill careers. Mr. Kisker comes to the program with years of experience as a Project Lead the Way teacher and coach in the Liberty Public School District. Kisker has a passion for igniting the life-long learner in all students by inundating them with exposure to potential careers, connections with mentors in STEM professions, and hands-on projects that help develop 21st-century skills. His vision fits perfectly with the Northland CAPS strategic focus of providing relevant experiences that support college and career readiness for students. CONTINUED >

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A NIGHT OF HOPE GALA RETURNS IN SEPTEMBER Hillcrest Hope will 'Paint the Town Red' at Arrowhead Stadium for its Night of Hope Gala on September 7th. The gala raises funds to support Hillcrest Hope's mission—alleviating homelessness and teaching financial literacy to keep people on their feet. The event will feature food and drink, along with casino games and live and silent auction items. All proceeds help to empower local families in need.  To buy tickets, visit Hillcresthope.org and click on events/night of hope gala.

JULIA BARGMAN HOPE FOUNDATION PRESENTS $15,000 TO SAINT LUKE’S NORTH On May 16, the Julia Bargman Hope Foundation presented a check in the amount of $15,000 to the Saint Luke’s North Breast & Imaging Center, located on the Saint Luke’s North Hospital campus. The donated funds were raised at the  Julia’s Warriors Run for Hope  5K event, which took place Oct. 13, 2018, at Smithville High School. The run was established as a living testament to Julia Bargman and her battle against breast cancer. Julia grew up in Smithville, and with an accomplished high school career in track and field, she was a teacher and track-andfield coach with the Smithville School District. This year’s run will again take place at Smithville High School on October 19, 2019. Julia’s

sister,

Jodi

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other family members and friends established the Julia Bargman Hope Foundation. This organization has raised over $100,000 since its inception. The fund has donated $75,000 to the Saint Luke’s North Breast & Imaging Center to support programs that provide screening, diagnostic mammograms, and ultrasounds to uninsured and underinsured women living in Platte and Clay counties. 14

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HOT SPOT

Farm Fresh FARMERS MARKETS HAVE BATTLED THE ELEMENTS TO BRING YOU THE FRESHEST PRODUCE

ARTICLE RACHEL C. MURPHY | PHOTOGRAPHY ASHLEY ELWELL

AND ON THE 8TH DAY, GOD LOOKED DOWN ON

shorter season due to mold. But the area farmers

HIS PLANNED PARADISE AND SAID, “I NEED A

found ways to persevere—some grew in hoop

CARETAKER.” So God made a farmer.

houses, some sourced tomatoes from neighbor-

God said, “I need somebody strong enough to

ing farms that didn’t fight the flood waters. And

clear trees and heave bails, yet gentle enough to tame

so, as the river still lapped beyond its banks, the

lambs and wean pigs and tend the pink-combed pul-

intrepid farmers came and set up tables, smiled

lets, who will stop his mower for an hour to splint the

at browsers and brought the spirit of optimism to

broken leg of a meadowlark. It had to be somebody

their customers, along with fresh produce.

who’d plow deep and straight and not cut corners.

There are four farmers markets in the

Somebody to seed, weed, feed, breed and rake and

Northland—Parkville, Gladstone, Liberty, and

disc and plow and plant and tie the fleece and strain

Smithville. All have a variety of farmers offering

the milk and replenish the self-feeder and finish a

fresh produce and eggs, ranchers offering locally

hard week’s work with a five-mile drive to church.

pastured meat, and other vendors—honey, essen-

“Somebody who’d bale a family together with

Farmers markets aren’t just for getting out the

and then sigh, and then reply, with smiling eyes,

freshest tomatoes, either. In some ways, they are

when his son says he wants to spend his life ‘doing

incubators. One of the Gladstone Farmers Market’s

what dad does.’” So God made a farmer.

greatest success stories is The Laughing Place

You may recognize those words, excerpted from

Bakery. Owner Alicia Hammon started her bak-

a 1978 speech by radio icon, Paul Harvey. His ode

ery in her garage and initially sold her wares at the

to the American farmer outlines the extremes of the

Gladstone Farmers Market. Now, the market is held a

job--the long hours, the heights and breadths of a

block away from their storefront on 70th Street. They

job that is more than a job, it’s a calling. And while

still have a booth selling cookies, bread, and pies.

so many of our state and our nation’s farmers toil

If you’re looking for something fresh and local,

outside of the limelight, a few times a week, you can

one of the area farmers markets will have you

meet a few of them at the area farmers markets.

covered from the fresh beef to the houseplants on

This year has been a rough one—rains delayed planting and some crops, like strawberries, had a

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tial oils, jewelry, and baked goods.

the soft, strong bonds of sharing, who would laugh

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your kitchen window sill. Meet a few of the people working hard to keep you fed this summer.


Markets

+ PARKVILLE FARMERS MARKET English Landing Park Parkville, MO Wednesdays Noon-4 p.m. through September 11 Saturdays 7 a.m. to noon through October 26th Parkvillefarmersmarket.com + GLADSTONE FARMERS MARKET 7010 North Holmes Street Gladstone, Missouri Wednesdays 2-6 p.m. Saturdays 8 a.m.-1 p.m. through October 30th Facebook.com/Gladstone-FarmersMarket-107406389284555 + SMITHVILLE FARMERS AND MAKER’S MARKET 108 W Main St Smithville, Missouri Wednesdays 4:30-7:30 p.m. through September 25th Second Saturdays 9 a.m.-12 p.m. through September 14th Facebook.com/smithvillefarmersandmakersmarket + LIBERTY FARMERS MARKET  111 N Water St M

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WHO: River's Edge Produce WHAT: Asparagus, heirloom tomatoes, strawberries, and more WHERE: Parkville Farmers Market Tarra McGee is the smiling face that you'll see when you visit the River's Edge Produce. Along with her brother, she is a fourth generation farmer, working the same farm in Platte City that has been in her family since 1886. River's Edge specializes in tomatoes, growing them in greenhouses nearly all year round. They are known for their meaty beefsteak and flavorful heirloom tomatoes, although they also grow early season asparagus, sweet corn, and strawberries. Grab a Brandywine red or Cherokee purple for a fresh Caprese salad or bowl of roasted tomato soup. 

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WHO: L&R Farms WHAT: Salad greens, potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, and more as well as row crops of corn and soybeans WHERE: Parkville Farmers Market Lanny Frakes has farmed all his life—he's a fourth generation farmer and his son is the fifth. In addition to growing corn and soybeans, he grows produce full time. He utilizes high tunnels to grow his tomatoes and cucumbers but the rest of his crops are at the mercy of the weather in the fields, a prospect that has challenged his yield. He's still looking forward to mid-July's sweet corn crop

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Farming wasn't Joel Langeneckert's first love—that was the military. But when the financial crisis hit and he lost his job, he decided to start his retirement plan—farming—early. Nine years later, he organizes the Gladstone Farmer's Market, now in its permanent home at Linden Square. Morning Dew Acres is located in Plattsburg and Joel's philosophy is simple—he tries to plant and if it grows, it grows. He grows organically and has an adventurous attitude toward this farm. He also raises chickens and sells fresh eggs. Find all the ingredients for your next frittata at Morning Dew Farms.

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YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY • Becoming a member (visit www.alkc.org to learn how) • Sending a donation to Assistance League Kansas City, 6601 Chestnut, Gladstone, MO 64119 • Donating your gently used items to our upscale thrift store, THE ReSALE SHOP • Shopping at THE ReSALE SHOP

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DANCING IN THE STREETS BACK STAGE

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES INSPIRE NORTHLANDERS TO LET LOOSE

ARTICLE RACHEL C. MURPHY | PHOTOGRAPHY PROVIDED

LIVE MUSIC IS A MAGICAL THING. While anyone can jam on their

We are blessed to have performance programs that feature a

AirPods alone, the energy that connects a live crowd turns a song

variety of musical styles from the three-part harmonies of Olivia Fox

into an anthem. So when the weather heats up, the Northland’s

to the country stylings of Taylor Lynn Cullen to the dance fest that

public spaces become a stage for some of the most talented musi-

is Cherry Bomb. With so much music to enjoy, all you have to do is

cians in the area.

perfect your picnic basket game and find a comfortable spot!

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venues

FENCE STILE VINEYARDS AND WINERY

ZONA ROSA TOWN SQUARE

LINDEN SQUARE

MACKEN PARK

Why you should go:

Why you should go:

Why you should go:

Why you should go:

Fence Stile Vineyards and Winery stores

Zona Rosa Town Square offers open

Linden Square's Friday night concert

Macken Park is a great place to take

its bottled and barreled wine in under-

seating for three nights of music.

series occasionally overlaps with

the kids to play or listen to music in

ground wine caves next to the winery,

Bring a blanket and stretch out on

larger festivals such as Whiskey

the middle of your work day! The

where the temperature is naturally cool

the lawn outside of Bravo! Italian

Fest in October. With a permanent

Friday Music in the Park Series is

year-round. The winery uses one cham-

Cucina. On Thursdays, try your

band shell and a grassy knoll per-

entering its 44th year. With music

ber for event space, including winery

hand at the mic with karaoke with

fect for relaxing, it's a great location

running from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.,

tours, live music, speakers, and food and

the Troubadour Retrievers. Friday

to park the family on a Friday night.

it's a perfect place to enjoy lunch

wine events. Their cave series features

and Saturday nights feature a mix

Admission is always free and guests

and music from around the world.

monthly solo performers in an intimate

of original artists and cover bands.

are encouraged to bring food and

Some of the musical styles include

setting. Each concert ticket includes a

(The Cars, anyone?)

non-alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is

Hawaiian, Mexican, jazz, German,

glass of wine as well as a two-hour per-

available for purchase from the No. 9

and Cajun.

formance. Shows sell out fast so book

Saloon tent on site.

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BACK STAGE

(CON TI N U ED)

the bands TAYLOR LYNN CULLEN

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Why you should see them: Taylor Lynn Cullen is a 22-year-old singer/songwriter and Nashville recording artist. Taylor has been writing music since she was 9 years old. By the time she started performing professionally at age 15, she had over 200 original songs written. Self taught on guitar and piano, she currently has five music endorsements; including Daisy Rock Girl Guitars, Kurzweil Keyboards, Ultrasone Headphones, Artist Relations, and The Piano Store. Her original music is available on iTunes, Spotify, and anywhere music can be downloaded, as well as her own Pandora station. Her longawaited EP Tennessee was released in June. All tracks were written and composed by Taylor and recorded at WarnerWorks Studio in Nashville.

OLIVIA FOX

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Why you should see them: In 2016, after a decade as a solo artist, singer-songwriter Lauren Flynn desired to form a new project. She dreamed of creating three-part harmonies within deeply emotive music with a fresh, modern sound. After Lauren met vocalist Aubrey Callahan, the two began working together while searching for a third vocalist. The duo soon added violinist and singer Tiffany Smith. Alongside Lauren’s long-time manager David “DJ” Lee, the group began working with producer Tyler Banks. Tyler helped craft a hybrid style incorporating programmed beats and synth pads with traditional folk melodies, harmonies, and live instrumentation.

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THE VIGIL ANNIE BAND Why you should see them: The Vigil Annie band is a rare gem in KC and has an incredible sound. Featuring a female lead vocal, Gin Dorsey, sets them apart. Vigil Annie is a country western band that will  rock today's hottest chart-toppers, and sprinkle in a few true classic surprises! 

JOY ZIMMERMAN Why you should see them: Joy Zimmerman is a soulful singer-songwriter known for compelling vocals, inventive songs, and engaging performances. A traveling musician based in Kansas City, Joy released “To the Girl”, her sixth album of original music, in April of 2019. Joy is a multi-instrumentalist whose eclectic music might be best described as folk rock with extra helpings of other favorite genres. 


the calendar Zona Rosa-All Concerts begin at 6:30

JULY 5

DREW SIX JULY 6

FLASHBACK JULY 12

RUSTY LAFFOON JULY 13

VIGIL ANNIE JULY 19

OLIVIA FOX JULY 20

JUST WHAT I NEEDED (THE CARS TRIBUTE)

JULY 19

SEPTEMBER 29

JULY 26

OCTOBER 27

AUGUST 9

Macken Park-All shows start at 11:30 a.m. JULY 5

RETROACTIVE THE PHILLIP MICHAELS BAND STEAMBOAT BANDITS AUGUST 10

GODDESSES OF ROCK AUGUST 16

SWITCH

AUGUST 23

STATE LINE DRIVE AUGUST 30

JULY 26

THE ZEROS

ANNE LEE & THE LUCKY SO AND SOS

JULY 27

SEPTEMBER 13

RED GUITAR

GORILLA DANCE CLUB

AUGUST 2

SEPTEMBER 14

RIGHT ON RED AUGUST 3

GYPSIES, DREAMS AND DOVE (STEVIE NICKS TRIBUTE BAND) AUGUST 9

HIGH VOLTAGE (AC/DC TRIBUTE BAND) AUGUST 10

BIG TIME GRAIN CO (SCHOOL OF ROCK HOUSE BAND OPENER) Linden Square-All concerts start at 7 p.m. JULY 12

FUNK SYNDICATE JULY 13

LANDSLIDE & KILLER QUEEN

KC LATIN/JAZZ ALLSTARS -  FIESTA ON THE SQUARE SEPTEMBER 20

WOMEN OF ROCK, RUSTY LAFFOON BAND OCTOBER 12

LYIN' EYES—WHISKEY FEST, OUTLAW JIM AND THE WHISKEY BENDERS Fence Stile Acoustic Series-All shows start at 1 p.m.

JULY 28

LAURA LISBETH AUGUST 11

JOY ZIMMERMAN

TAYLOR CULLEN RICK LALLY THE BLUE AND GRAY BRASS BRIGADE JULY 12

HULA-HALE O’KIAKAHI JULY 19

5 STAR JAZZ BAND JULY 26

12TH STREET REVUE AUGUST 2

A TEAM STRING BAND AUGUST 9

TURPINE TYME RAGSTERS AUGUST 16

HOGFISH GUMBO AUGUST 30

PENDERBLAST RED-E-MIX AUGUST 9

FESTHAUS MUSIKANTEN SEPTEMBER 6

BRAD ALLEN TRIO SEPTEMBER 13

MARIMBA SOL DE CHIAPAS SEPTEMBER 20

ALPEN SPEILERS SEPTEMBER 27

MEL-O-TONES

AUGUST 18

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CULINARY CREATIONS

BLACKBERRY LEMON SANGRIA ARTICLE PROVIDED BY FENCE STILE WINERY PHOTOGRAPHY ASHLEY ELWELL

REFRESHING AND RELAXING: A PERFECT SUMMER SIPPER Ingredients + 1 bottle Fence Stile Vidal Blanc + 2 cups high-quality lemonade + 1 cup blackberry concentrate

LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SWEET, TART,

Directions

AND SLIGHTLY BOOZY? Fence Stile Vineyards and Winery’s Chef Pete Dulin has just the

Combine ingredients into a large

thing—blackberry lemon sangria. Using a

pitcher or dispenser with a spout.

blackberry concentrate inspired by last sum-

Chill for at least 30 minutes. Serve

mer’s harvest, this tipple is balanced and pairs

with blackberry garnish.

well with patios and friends.

BLACKBERRY CONCENTRATE Ingredients

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Directions

+ 2 quarts fresh blackberries (or sub-

Boil blackberries, cinnamon, and water (or wine) in a large pot. Reduce heat

stitute 2 16-oz. packages of frozen fruit)

and simmer for five minutes until fruit is soft. Remove from heat and let

+ 1/2 cup water (or substitute

cool. Drain excess juice through a wire mesh strainer or cheesecloth into a

red wine such as Fence Stile’s

large bowl. Reserve pulp. Put roughly 1/2 to 1 cup of pulp in the strainer and

Chambourcin for added flavor)

use the back of a large spoon to press juice into the bowl. Repeat to press

+ 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon

all pulp and discard remainder.

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DIY

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ADULT- AND KID-FRIENDLY NATURAL BUG REPELLENTS FROM A BEAUTIFUL MESS

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A D U LT

WHAT YOU NEED: + 10 drops lemon essential oil

(AGE 15 AND OVER)

+ 10 drops lemongrass essential oil

WHAT YOU DO:

+ 8 drops eucalyptus essential oil

In a 2-ounce spray bottle, add the grain alcohol (or Solubol) and drop

+ 1 ½ ounces distilled water

in essential oils. Swirl to combine. Place the cap back on the bottle. Allow the oils to disperse in the alcohol for about 1 hour, then add distilled water, swirling again to combine.

+ 8 drops lavender essential oil

(minus 1 teaspoon to make room for the essential oils in the bottle) + ½ ounce 95% proof grain alcohol*

*The grain alcohol is used as a preservative as well as a carrier for the oils, but you can also use a product like this instead of grain alcohol at a 1:4 ratio (1 drop essential oil to 4 drops Solubol) if you’d rather and then just fill the rest with water to fill the 2-ounce spray bottle.

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DIY

(CON TI N UED)

K I D ’S

WHAT YOU NEED:

WHAT YOU DO:

+ 4 drops lavender essential oil

In a 2-ounce spray bottle, add the grain alcohol (or Solubol) and drop

+ 1 ½ ounces distilled water

+ 10 drops lemon essential oil + 10 drops lemongrass essential oil

in essential oils. Swirl to combine. Place the cap back on the bottle.

(minus 1 teaspoon to make room for

Allow the oils to disperse in the alcohol for about 1 hour, then add

the essential oils in the bottle)

distilled water, swirling again to combine.

+ ½ ounce 95% proof grain alcohol*

*The grain alcohol is used as a preservative as well as a carrier for the oils, but you can also use a product like this instead of grain alcohol at a 1:4 ratio (1 drop essential oil to 4 drops Solubol) if you’d rather and then just fill the rest with water to fill the 2-ounce spray bottle.

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While there can be concern about citrus oils on the skin when exposed to sunlight, lemongrass isn’t a photosensitive oil, and if lemon essential oil is steam-distilled rather than cold-pressed (Oui Fresh essential oils are cold-pressed) it can be used on the skin. So just make sure to note which one your lemon oil is and only spray on clothes if you don’t have a skin-safe lemon oil (which is an application method a lot of people prefer anyway if they are more sensitive to oils).

Find more DIYs at ABeautifulMess.com and shop these essential oils and more at OuiFresh.com.

IF YOU WANT TO PRINT SOME LABELS FOR YOUR BUG SPRAY, JUST DOWNLOAD SOME FROM A BEAUTIFUL MESS AND PRINT ONTO STICKER PAPER!

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1 KC CHINESE SCHOOL CAMP 10500 N Arrowhead Trafficway, Kansas City, MO 64155

JULY

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

Three-week free and fun summer camp from KC Chinese School North is accepting applications from

rising 3-8 graders. We offer lots of fun activities, including hands-on activities like calligraphy, painting,

paper-cutting, abacus, martial arts (Tai Chi), dancing & crafts. See info at StarTalk.best4future.org

8 CAMP NANOWRIMO

Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Come work on your writing project with us! You can work on any project, including first drafts, revisions, poetry, short stories, and scripts. We supply beverages. (This is a recurring series that takes place in July on July 8, 15, 22, and 29.)

12 JIM COSGROVE, MR. STINKY FEET

Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Join Kansas City's own award-winning kid-rocker Jim "Mr. Stinky Feet" Cosgrove for a concert of original songs and old favorites that promises to be educational, interactive, and high-energy.

13 GIVE YOUR PROPERTY CURB APPEAL Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Join architect and color consultant Paul Helmer as he shows how once ordinary and outdated properties can be economically renovated into homes with real curb appeal. 38

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13 SUMMER SOIREE

Jowler Creek Winery

Take a “winecation” this weekend by coming out to our Summer Soiree and relaxing with a Wine Float made with either of vanilla or chocolate ice cream and your choice of wine! We’ll have an assortment of yard games set up to play including redneck golf, washers, yard Yahtzee and Giant Jenga!

13 7TH ANNUAL CHILDREN'S GARDEN DAY Atkins-Johnson Farm

Come visit the farm's heirloom vegetable and herb garden where families will learn about gardening and the importance of growing your own food. Free children's crafts, activities, recipes, and demonstrations will be available and each child can take home their very own seed starter kit. Garden tours will be available for visitors led by experienced

Change your look this July and save!

master gardeners.

17 SOCIAL MEDIA ADVERTISING

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Want to improve the results you get from social media advertising? Join Luke Wade for a deep dive into social media to make sure you are using the right platform to reach your customers. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. for networking and the program begins at noon. Lunch will

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18 WINGS OF LOVE PRESENTS AWESOME BIRDS

JULY

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Be amazed when some of the world’s most awesome birds take the stage to talk, perform tricks, and sing songs.

19 KITCHEN SAFETY FOR AGING IN PLACE

Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Learn the easy to implement changes you can make in the kitchen that can prevent falls and improve safety now and as you age.

19 SUMMER MOVIE NIGHT: FINDING DORY

Zona Rosa-Citizen Bank's Parking Lot

Grab a lawn chair and a blanket and join us for free Summer Movie Night presented by Citizen's Bank & Trust in their parking lot. Free admission and free children's activities.

24 STORIES IN THE STARS-LIVE!

Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Custom Framing Prices Better than Craft Stores.

Soar through the stars in this compilation of Greek myths from Hampstead Stage. Travel the night sky explore various constellations and legends about why they are in

Bring in this ad for $10 off your order. (see store for details)

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the sky.


25 FACEBOOK ADVERTISING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS

Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Learn to put Facebook to work advertising

your

Mid-Continent

business.

Public

Join

Library's

business specialists for an in-depth, 90-minute workshop where you can create a business Facebook page, identify the correct format for images, learn the best times to post and write engaging posts. Registration required.

30 EXOTICS R US

Mid-Continent Public Library—Parkville

Exotics R Us brings the zoo to the Library with its collection of unique animals including tortoises, foxes, monkeys, porcupines, and felines.

AUG 3 KIDSFEST Zona Rosa

Calling all sports enthusiasts, families and friends! We invite you to join us for the annual Youth Sports Festival at Zona Rosa! Mark your calendars for a fun-filled afternoon at Town Square including free kidfriendly games, sports demonstrations, community performances, KC mascot meet & greets (KC Wolf, Sluggerrr, Blue and Sizzle) and much more! 

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LOCAL’S CHOICE

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EVERYTHING REALLY IS UP TO DATE IN KANSAS CITY, AS PROVEN BY NORTHLAND LIFESTYLE'S PUBLISHER, JERON TRAPHAGAN. This KC Chiefs fan has always loved repping her city and found some of her favorite locally made products at the Made in KC store. You can find them online or at their Northland location at Briarcliff Village.

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1. Once a Chiefs fan, always a Chiefs fan, right? Charlie Hustle Stadium Tee, $32 | 2. This camo tote goes with everything and reminds me of our troops, fighting for our freedom. Sandlot Goods Russell Tote, $40 | 3. I live on coffee, now more than ever. Bozz Prints

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Western Auto Sign Mug, $12 | 4. I absolutely love candles of all kinds and my house could be a wreck but once I light a candle in that room, it feels clean. Kansas City Candle Company Beeswax Candle, $35 | 5. With a three-year-old at home, children's books fill my house! I love this book because it explains all the wonderful things KC has to offer/ cherish. Our Home, Kansas City by Scott Brown, $14.95 | 6. You can't get it at the Made in KC store, but my favorite Mexican food is definitely Mi Hacienda Mexican in Liberty.

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