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40th on 40th:
A Midtown KC Now Celebration

Join us Thursday, October 7, 2021 at Major Murray Davis Park (40th & Main) from 4:00 – 7:00 pm to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Midtown KC Now!

We will have food trucks (Jerusalem Cafe, Jadabay’s Tasty Kitchen, Sugar Skull Grill), music, kids’ activities, and more! Such as…

Band Performance by Womanish Girl

Jazz artist Bram Wijnands will be performing in Upcycle Piano Craft (3945 Main)

Bike Test Rides by Midwest Cyclery

Tea Tasting by Phoenix Herb

Cold Brew Tasting by Transit Coffee

Dance Performance by Empire Dance Academy

Activities for Kids will be provided by Scraps KC, Charlie’s House, Kansas City Public Library, & Westport Center for the Arts.

When attendees sign in at the registration table, they will receive a FREE raffle ticket.
Must be present to win, winners will be announced at 6:30.
Prizes include: $500 Visa Cash Card (provided by Hruby Real Estate), One Family Night Stay at Marriott Country Club Plaza, Soap Bar Gift Bag, Soap Bar Gift Cards (provided by Capitol Federal), Starbucks Gift Card (provided by Capitol Federal), Transit Coffee Gift Bag, Home Depot Gift Cards (provided by Buttonwood Financial Group), Trapp & Company Floral Arrangements, Phoenix Herb Gift Bag, Midwest Cyclery Bike Tune-Up, and a Shop Local KC Gift Card!

Open to the public, no entry charge.

We are asking attendees to bring donations of soap, shampoo, bathroom cleaner, and laundry detergent for Westport Presbyterian’s Shower & Laundry ministry that benefits people experiencing homelessness.

Event Sponsors:

Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund (NTDF)

Ability KC

Buttonwood Financial Group

Capitol Federal Savings Bank

Heart of Westport Neighborhood Association

KC Irish Center

KC Streetcar Authority

KC Streetcar Constructors

Lauren Hruby Real Estate

Nutter Home Loans

Union Hill Animal Hospital

Upcycle Piano Craft

Mask use is encouraged!

Parking will be available in parking lot on Walnut between 39th and 40th Streets, on Walnut and adjacent streets.