Soon it will be summer – time to think about weekend excursions, week-long vacations or simply just getting away. How about unique architectural tourist finds? They say, “don’t judge a book by its cover” but in Kansas City it’s the book covers that will entice you to look a little deeper. Add to this mix a couple of festivals and we’re off to a good start.
By the way, if someone tells you to ‘go fly a kite’ you might be visiting Kansas City, and they just might be talking about Lee’s Summit, just south of KC, where the MCC-Lonview Flights of Fancy Kite Festival is taking place on April 20th. The KC Kite Club is holding this one-of-a-kind event (in the region) on the picturesque grounds at the MCC-Longview campus. Along with the world’s largest windsock (three stories high and 200’ long) you’ll be treated to an inflatable maze, face painting and plenty of great food like the Chartroose Caboose, and KC Poppers.
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