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The Pitch Fall Guide, day by day

A daily guide to the upcoming season.

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Are they gone? The All-Star Game lookie loos, the drive-bys from the rest of the Plains states, the California in-laws and the East Coast pass-throughs from college — all home again. Now it's just us, just the way we like it. And just in time for a fall that's more than football and pumpkins. This season in KC is so full, we had to book Madonna and David Sedaris on the same day. We have Bieber and the Boss (not on the same day), Charlotte Street and NASCAR, spooks and opera, and plenty of football and pumpkins. Here, then — day by day — is The Pitch's first Fall Guide. (Events and dates subject to change.)


Pumpkin Patches, Orchards and Corn Mazes, and Haunts
By Abbie Stutzer

KC Fear Farm
When: Dusk–11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, September 29–October 27
Where: 29755 West 191st Street, in Gardner, 913-484-6251, kcfearfarm.com
Signature shocks: Kansas Twister, Insane Reaction

Ghost & Gangsters Tour at the Edge of Hell
When: 6–9 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Where: 1300 West 12th Street, 816-472-4467, kcghostsandgangsterstour.com
Signature shocks: More like shock absorbers; this one's a bus tour of KC landmarks where paranormal activity and organized crime intersect. Ticket price ranges from $30 to $60.

The Graveyard Run 5k and Kids Run
When: 9 a.m. Saturday, October 27 (kids run at 10 a.m.)
Where: Elmwood Cemetery, 4900 East Truman Road
Signature shock: It's in a graveyard.
Register at active.com ($25 advance, $30 race day, $5 off for Northeast residents)

Ghost Tours of Kansas
When: 8 p.m. September 22, October 13, October 27
Where: Starts at the Eldridge Hotel, 701 Massachusetts, in Lawrence, 785-851-0856
Signature shock: You get two hours to slowly freak out over Lawrence's reportedly haunted spots. Tickets cost $17.

Wagon Wheel Orchard
15380 Edgerton Road, Gardner, 913-893-6050, wagonwheelorchard.com
Through November 1
This family-owned, you-pick-it orchard grows almost 1,000 varieties of apples, pears, peaches, cherries and more.

Louisburg Cider Mill & Country Store
14730 K68 Highway, Louisburg, 913-837-5202, louisburgcidermill.com
Ciderfest is September 29–30 and October 6–7.
A corn maze runs September 14–October 31.

Drought? What drought? "It was a little scary there," says co-owner Shelly Schierman. "We're like, 'Oh, the corn is 12 inches tall,' and then we got that 2-inch rain. It seems like ages ago. It grew, like, 4 feet in four days. So it's nice and tall."

Weston Red Barn Farm
16300 Wilkerson Road, Weston, 816-386-5437, westonredbarnfarm.com
Fall harvest events begin Labor Day weekend and run through the end of October on Saturdays and Sundays, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Drought? The Red Barn says its apple crops have done fine but will likely be picked out by early September. The farm also expects a good crop of pumpkins. Besides the pick-your-own patch, there are tractor-drawn hayrides, horse-drawn hayrides, pony rides, concessions and a large corn maze.

Cider Hill Family Orchard
3341 North 139th Street, in Kansas City, Kansas, 913-721-2507
U-Pick event, Labor Day Weekend

Drought? "We have about 900 apple trees, and many of our apples are sunburned or have cooked on the trees," says co-owner Joan M. Shearer.

"Our trees are loaded with apples. The apples on the inside of the tree and the backside of the tree still have good apples. So it will be hit and miss."

Good apples or no apples, the orchard still offers hayrides to the orchard and the pumpkin patch, catch-and-release fishing, picnicking, marshmallow roasts and duck feeding. For sale: apple cider, cider slushes, caramel apples, Dutch apple pies.

Powell Pumpkin Patch
25695 Spring Valley Road, in Louisburg, 913-879-2477
September 29–October 31, 9 a.m.–6 p.m., with a corn maze ($2–$4), hayrides, a nature trail and pumpkin picking.
Corn-maze admission is $4 for people aged 12 and older, $2 for those aged 6–11, and free for children 5 and younger.

Drought? Powell's Katie York says: "We have been able to irrigate most of the fields throughout the summer. Most of the pumpkins are just now starting to set. We still have our fingers crossed the heat has not done too much damage."

KC Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
29755 West 191st Street, in Gardner, 913-484-6251, kcpumpkinpatch.com
September 29–October 31 (hours and admission vary; check website)

Drought? Maybe, but it's not stopping this pick-your-own patch from celebrating its 10th year with the T-Bones Corn Maze, the Spook-Tacular Haunted Barn and more.

Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch
17607 Northeast 52nd Street, in Liberty, 816-781-9196, carolynscountrycousins.com
Daily, September 15–October 31.

Drought? Well, it's been a crop-killing season, so it might be appropriate to get here for the patch's Dia de los Muertos celebration (October 27 and 28).

Faulkner's Pumpkin Season
10600 Raytown Road, 816-761-5055, faulknerspumpkinfarm.com
October 1–31 ($7 admission; children 2 and younger, free)

Drought? "Our patch is doing very well, although we only grow enough pumpkins on the property for our schoolchildren to take home from their field trips," says the company's Christine Loneman.

Shuck's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch
20156 South State 291 Highway, Pleasant Hill, 816-335-4014, shucksmaze.com
Open for school field trips during week; open to the public 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 1–6 p.m. Sundays, September 29–October 28.

The 14-acre cornfield has two mazes: one for the little guys and a second maze for the more adventurous. Other activities include a corn cannon, pumpkin chucking and more.

Drought? When there's something called a corn cannon, does it matter?


SEPTEMBER EVENTS DAY BY DAY

September 1

College football opening day

Sporting KC vs. Toronto

KC Irish Fest

Kansas City Renaissance Festival opens

Santa-Cali-Gon Days, Independence

The Beast and Edge of Hell open

September 2

KC Irish Fest

La Cage aux Folles closes, Starlight

Santa-Cali-Gon Days, Independence

September 3

Labor Day

KC Symphony Pops in the Park

Santa-Cali-Gon Days, Independence

Last call: Oceans of Fun, Schlitterbahn, Titanic exhibit at Union Station

September 4

The Real Inspector Hound, KC Actors Theatre

September 5

Ad Astra Percussion, Spencer Museum (Lawrence)

The Motherf**ker With the Hat, Unicorn Theatre

September 6

American Royal opens

Fashion Night Out KC

September 7

Why at the Granada

Crossroads Music Fest, Crossroads KC

KC Ballet, First Friday "An Evening of Dance"

KC Urban Film Festival

Making God Laugh, American Heartland Theatre

Jamie Lee Curtis discusses My Brave Year of Firsts, Village Presbyterian Church (Rainy Day)

Buckwheat Zydeco, Lied Center (Lawrence)

September 8

Football: Kansas vs. Rice, Kansas State vs. Miami, Missouri vs. Georgia (first SEC game)

Missouri Mavericks Fan Fest, Independence Events Center

Metro Pro Wrestling, Turner Rec Center

Y'allapalooza, Cricket Wireless Amphitheater

Fiesta Hispana, Berkley Riverfront Park

Lenexa's Spinach Festival, Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park

Symphony Ball, Sheraton at Crown Center

Ben Vereen, Kauffman Center

Divergent Dreams, NewEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, All Souls Unitarian Church

Crossroads Music Fest, Crossroads KC

September 9

Chiefs' first game of the regular season

Twin Shadow at the Granada

Fiesta Hispana, Berkley Riverfront Park

Green Fest, Uptown Theater

Last call: They Were All Stars and Baseball: America's Game, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

September 10

David Thomson, Milos Forman: "Finding a Nest," Kansas City Plaza Library

Ghostface Killah at Riot Room

September 11

ArtSounds, The Goldberg Variations, Owen/Cox Dance Group

September 12

Circus at Sprint Center

Metric at the Beaumont

Marina Doc with David Ford, Spencer Museum (Lawrence)

Dear America: Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie, Coterie Theatre

Joe Posnanski talks Paterno, Unity Temple

September 13

Circus at Sprint Center

Powerman 5000 at the Beaumont

Three Tall Women, Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre

Anthony de Mare, "Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim From the Piano," White Recital Hall

Opening of Railroaded: The Transcontinentals and the Making of Modern America, Linda Hall Library

September 14

Circus at Sprint Center

Sporting KC vs. Houston

"Map as Art" talk at Kemper Museum

Blood Brothers, the Barn Players

ConX: KC's First Sci-Fi, Horror, Pop Culture Convention, Ramada Conference Center

Mission Arts and Eats Festival

September 15

Football: Kansas vs. TCU, Kansas State vs. North Texas, Missouri vs. Arizona State

ConX: KC's First Sci-Fi, Horror, Pop-Culture Convention, Ramada Conference Center

Mission Arts and Eats Festival

KC Roller Warriors All Stars

Madama Butterfly, Lyric Opera

Falldo Waldo Crawldo Pub Crawl, 75th and Wornall

An Afternoon with John Lithgow, Kansas City Plaza Library

September 16

Expo Americas at Union Station

Judith Grey art opening, Charlotte Street Foundation

John Lithgow stars in Farkle & Friends, Kauffman Center

Wylliams-Henry Contemporary Dance, White Recital Hall

ConX: KC's First Sci-Fi, Horror, Pop-Culture Convention, Ramada Conference Center

September 17

Spring Awakening, the Coterie Theatre

September 18

Pippin, Kansas City Repertory Theatre

September 19

Odd Future at the Granada

David Lindley at Knuckleheads

Dollyrots at the Riot Room

September 20

Rainy Day Books with Gretchen Rubin, Unity Temple

Alamo Drafthouse: Action Pack: Boy Band Sing-Along

September 21

Plaza Art Fair

Ballroom with a Twist, Kauffman Center

Jamal Joseph, Panther Baby, Kansas City Plaza Library

On the Sunny Side of the Street: Music That Made the Depression Great, Quality Hill Playhouse

September 22

Plaza Art Fair

Robert Earl Keen at the Granada

Pianist Emanuel Ax, Folly Theater

UnPlaza Art Fair

Comets Open Tryouts, KC Soccer Dome

September 23

Plaza Art Fair

Alamo Drafthouse: Princess Bride quote-along

Alan Brinkley, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Kansas City Plaza Library

UnPlaza Art Fair

Comets Open Tryouts, KC Soccer Dome

September 24

Stephen Marley at the Granada

Paul Dorrell discusses Living the Artist's Life, Unity Temple

Eleanor Clift, Forecasting the Presidential Election, Kansas City Plaza Library

September 25

Blitzen Trapper and Head and the Heart, Uptown Theater

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Kauffman Center

Chuck Thompson, Better Off Without Em: A Northern Manifesto for Southern Secession, Kansas City Central Library

September 26

Masters of Illusion at the Midland

Alamo Drafthouse: horror remix of Hairy

September 27

Jeffrey Toobin, The Oath: The Obama White House and the Supreme Court, Unity Temple (Rainy Day)

Conservatory Connections: Martin Hackelman and Robert Weirich, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

September 28

Sporting KC vs. Chicago

Ben Folds Five at Starlight Theatre

Guided by Voices at the Granada

Mark Morris Dance Group, Kauffman Center

Ragamala Dance, Sacred Earth, Lied Center (Lawrence)

Takács Quartet, the Friends of Chamber Music, Folly Theater

Lee's Summit Oktoberfest

September 29

Eric Church at Sprint Center

William Kent Krueger signs Trickster's Point, Rainy Day Books

Comets Fan Fest, Independence Events Center

American Royal Parade

Fall Parade of Homes Showcase

Lee's Summit Oktoberfest

September 30

Chiefs vs. Chargers

"Pictures at an Exhibition," KC Symphony, Kauffman Center


OCTOBER DAY BY DAY

October 1

Florence + the Machine at Starlight Theatre

Kansas City Royals last home stand, vs. Detroit Tigers

October 2

Ayad Akhtar, American Dervish, Saint Paul's Episcopal Church (Rainy Day)

Kansas City Noir, KC crime fiction anthology, Kansas City Central Library

Kansas City Royals last home stand, vs. Detroit Tigers

October 3

Wayne the Train Hancock at Knuckleheads

Kansas City Royals vs. Detroit Tigers, final game of the season

October 4

Indians, Rockhurst Theatre Department

Laura Moriarty, The Chaperone, Johnson County Central Resource Library

October 5

Royal Comedy Tour at Music Hall

Bassnector at Lawrence

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros at Crossroads KC

Voyeur: An Urban Rhapsody (with the People's Liberation Big Band of Greater KC), Fishtank Theater

Radiate, Illuminate, Dance! at Kauffman Center

BecauseHeCan, JCCC Theatre Department

October 6

NHL at Sprint Center

Parktoberfest

Lexington Apples, Arts & Antiques Festival in downtown Lexington, Mo.

Football: Missouri vs. Vanderbilt, Kansas State vs. Kansas

October 7

Chiefs vs. Ravens

Michael Stern conducts Brahms & Barber, Kauffman Center

Lexington Apples, Arts & Antiques Festival in downtown Lexington, Mo.

October 8

Kansas City Renaissance Festival

October 9

Stars at Bottleneck

Say Anything and Murder by Death at Beaumont

Esparanza Spalding, Kauffman Center

Lauren Oliver discusses The Spindlers at Unity Temple (Rainy Day)

ArtSounds: Christina Vantzou and Verdana Valley Mini Chamber Orchestra, Epperson Auditorium

Paola Gianturco, Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon, Kansas City Central Library

The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Theatre for Young America

October 10

Tanner Colby, Writers at Work: Some of My Best Friends Are Black, Kansas City Central Library

Future of Energy and Creating a Sustainable Community, panel discussion, Kansas City Plaza Library

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Unicorn Theatre

October 11

Two Door Cinema at Beaumont

Master Class, Spinning Tree Theatre

October 12

Ice Breakers Tournament at Sprint Center

Jayhawks at Crossroads KC

Jerry Seinfeld at Midland

Carmina Burana, Kansas City Ballet

The National Circus of the People's Republic of China, Yardley Hall, JCCC Performing Arts Series

Nnenna Freelon, "Lena, a Lovesome Thing," Lied Center (Lawrence)

October 13

Ice Breakers Tournament at Sprint Center

Norah Jones at Midland

Dinner of Note 2012, Heartland Men's Chorus, with Chely Wright, Marriott Hotel downtown

Ballet Folklorico de Mexico, Kauffman Center

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center with Jeremy Denk, piano, Folly Theater

Beginnings, Kansas City Civic Orchestra, Atonement Lutheran Church

Rhythm and Ribs at the American Jazz Museum

Crawl for Cancer in Westport

Football: Kansas vs. Oklahoma State, Missouri vs. Alabama

October 14

A$AP Rocky at Beaumont

Wolf Gang at RecordBar

Last day: Fall Parade of Homes Showcase

October 15

Gennifer Albin talks Crewel, Unity Temple (Rainy Day)

October 16

Crystal Castles at Uptown

Motion City Soundtrack at Granada

National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba, Kauffman Center

October 17

Die Antwood at Liberty Hall

October 18

Gymnastics at Sprint Center

Conservatory Orchestra, White Recital Hall

So¯ Percussion, Lied Center, Lawrence

Junior League of KCMO Holiday Mart at Bartle Hall

October 19

Vincente Fernandez at Sprint Center

NASCAR qualifiers

The Mystery of Irma Vep, Kansas City Repertory Theatre

The Lady From the Sea, UMKC Theatre

The Capitol Steps, "On the Record," Yardley Hall, JCCC Performing Arts Series

October 20

Northeast KC Historical Society Homes Tour

Kansas Lottery 300 NASCAR

Hammerween III at Beaumont

Apollo's Fire: The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, Friends of Chamber Music, Folly Theater

October 21

Hollywood Casino 400 NASCAR

Robert Belinic´, Lied Center (Lawrence)

Threepenny Opera with the Free State Liberation Orchestra at the Lawrence Arts Center (Lawrence)

October 22

Matt Inman discusses How to Tell if Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You, Unity Temple (Rainy Day)

October 23

Conservatory Wind Symphony, Californos

Richard V. Barbuto, 1812: America on the Ropes, Kansas City Central Library

October 24

NBA: Miami Heat vs. Washington Wizards at Sprint Center

Sporting KC's last regular season game

Kate Morton, The Secret Keeper, Unity Temple (Rainy Day)

Frank White, One Man's Dream: My Town, My Team, My Time, Kansas City Plaza Library

October 25

Grace Potter at Uptown

Henry Wiencek, Thomas Jefferson, Kansas City Plaza Library

Tracy K. Smith, Midwest Poets Series

The Kentucky Cycle, Parts I and II, Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre

October 26

Justin Bieber at Sprint Center

Theme and Variations, Owen/Cox Dance Group

KC Symphony: Beethoven's Eroica plus Eighth Blackbird, Kauffman Center

Marilyn Maye, Quality Hill Playhouse

Jasper Quartet, Friends of Chamber Music, White Recital Hall

October 27

Red Hot Chili Peppers at Sprint Center

Rugged Maniac Run

Waterfire

Piano duo Christina and Michelle Naughton, Folly Theater

Football: Kansas vs. Texas, Kansas State vs. Texas Tech,

Missouri vs. Kentucky

October 28

Chiefs vs. Raiders

KC Symphony: Beethoven's Eroica plus Eighth Blackbird, Kauffman Center

Here to Stay: the Gershwin Experience, Lied Center (Lawrence)

Boo at the Zoo

Last Call: Worlds of Fun

October 29

Thomas Frank, Pity the Billionaire, Kansas City Central Library

October 30

Madonna at Sprint Center

Basketball: Kansas vs. Emporia State

David Sedaris, Kauffman Center

Basketball: Kansas State vs. Washburn

October 31

Halloween

Conservatory Wind Ensemble, White Recital Hall


NOVEMBER DAY BY DAY

November 1 | Thursday

Snow Patrol and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, the Midland

Soiree D'etude at Fishtank Theater, in collaboration with the UMKC Theatre Department

Rick Marschall, Theodore Roosevelt, Kansas City Plaza Library

November 2 | Friday

Crown Center Ice Terrace opens

Dan Deacon at the Granada

The Cover of Life, UMKC Theatre, undergraduate production

Next to Normal, She & Her Productions, River's Edge Theatre

Jonathan Biss, Friends of Chamber Music, Folly Theater

Curtains, the Barn Players

November 3 | Saturday

Football: Kansas State vs. Oklahoma State

Matt and Kim at Liberty Hall

Rob Schneider at VooDoo Lounge

Pages & Chapters 5k

November 4 | Sunday

Cameron Carpenter, Kauffman Center

Pianist Conrad Tao, Folly Theater

Basketball: Kansas State vs. Emporia State

November 5 | Monday

Basketball: Kansas vs. Washburn

Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, White Recital Hall

November 6 | Tuesday

Election Day

November 7 | Wednesday

John Corigliano Concert, White Recital Hall (Conservatory of Music)

Il Trovatore, Lyric Opera

November 8 | Thursday

KC Symphony: Love: It Takes Two, Kauffman Center

Miss Representation documentary screening, Glenwood Arts Theater

Terry Beckenbaugh, Civil War Sesquicentennial: The Politics of War, Kansas City Central Library

The Game's Afoot, with Marion Ross, New Theatre Restaurant

November 9 | Friday

The Mystery of Edwin Drood, JCCC Theatre Department

Basketball: Kansas State vs. North Dakota

Quixotic, Lied Center (Lawrence)

Eighth Blackbird, Friends of Chamber Music, White Recital Hall

Movie opening: Skyfall

November 10 | Saturday

Kansas City Youth Ballet Fall Concert, Bolender Center

Crooked Fingers and John Vanderslice at RecordBar

Hijinks, NewEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, All Souls Unitarian Church

Compagnie de Danse, Jean-René Delsoin (Haiti), Yardley Hall, JCCC Performing Arts Series

Sofrito: David Gonzalez with the Latin Legends Band, Lied Center (Lawrence)

November 11 | Sunday

Il Trovatore, Lyric Opera

Kansas City Youth Ballet Fall Concert, Bolender Center

November 12 | Monday

Basketball: Kansas State NIT season tipoff

November 13 | Tuesday

Basketball: Kansas State NIT season tipoff

ArtSounds: "The Machine the Sneetches Built," Epperson Auditorium

Tap Dogs, Kauffman Center

November 14 | Wednesday

Red Elvises at Knuckleheads

KC Symphony: Homes of Note Tour XXXVIII

November 15 | Thursday

Basketball: Kansas vs. Chattanooga

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Rockhurst Theatre Department

Dropkick Murphys at the Uptown Theater

November 16 | Friday

Mezzo-Soprano Joyce DiDonato, Folly Theater

The Mystery of Edwin Drood, JCCC Theatre Department

KC Symphony: Carmina Burana, Kauffman Center

Supersuckers at the Riot Room

November 17 | Saturday

Bruce Springsteen, Sprint Center

Shirley MacLaine, Yardley Hall, JCCC Performing Arts Series

American Royal ends

Football: Kansas vs. Iowa State, Missouri vs. Syracuse

North Face Endurance Challenge run

November 18 | Sunday

Chiefs vs. Bengals

Set Your Seitz on Latin Rhythm, Kansas City Civic Orchestra, Folly Theater

Basketball: Kansas State vs. North Florida

November 19 | Monday

Basketball: CBE Hall of Fame Classic at Sprint Center

November 20 | Tuesday

Basketball: CBE Hall of Fame Classic at Sprint Center

November 21 | Wednesday

Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells, Theatre for Young America

November 22 | Thursday

Thanksgiving

Plaza lighting ceremony

Schwag at Uptown

November 23 | Friday

Christmas in Song, Quality Hill Playhouse

November 24 | Saturday

KC Symphony: Beethoven's Pastoral, Kauffman Center

November 25 | Sunday

Chiefs vs. Broncos

November 26 | Monday

Basketball: Kansas vs. San Jose State

November 27 | Tuesday

Robert W. Merry, Where They Stand: The American Presidents in the Eyes of Voters and Historians, Kansas City Plaza Library

November 28 | Wednesday

Inspecting Carol, Unicorn Theatre, co-production with KC Actors Theatre and UMKC Theatre

November 29 | Thursday

Jonathan Steinberg, Bismarck: A Life, Kansas City Central Library

November 30 | Friday

Kansas vs. Oregon State, Sprint Center

KC Symphony: Handel's Messiah, Kauffman Center

Cool Yule, Heartland Men's Chorus, with Marilyn Maye, Folly Theater


DECEMBER DAY BY DAY

December 1

Football: Kansas State vs. Texas

Chris Isaak at the Uptown

Here We Come A-Caroling!, Quality Hill Playhouse

Cool Yule, Heartland Men's Chorus, with Marilyn Maye, Folly Theater

December 2

Chiefs vs. Panthers

Basketball: Kansas State vs. USC Upstate

December 3

A Devil Inside, UMKC Theatre

December 4

David Nasaw, The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy, Kansas City Central Library

December 5

Shrek the Musical, Coterie Theatre

December 6

Mecum Car Auction, KC Convention Center

KC Symphony: The Holly and the Ivy, Kauffman Center

Lehár's The Merry Widow, White Recital Hall

Nancy Gibbs, The Presidents Club: Inside the World's Most Exclusive Fraternity, Kansas City Plaza Library

December 7

Mecum Car Auction at KC Convention Center

KC Symphony: Jim Brickman: On a Winter's Night, Kauffman Center

Lehár's The Merry Widow, White Recital Hall

Baroque by Candlelight for the Holiday, Old Mission United Methodist Church, Kansas City Chamber Orchestra

December 8

Mecum Car Auction, KC Convention Center

Metro Pro Wrestling, Turner Rec Center

Basketball: Kansas vs. Colorado

Lehár's The Merry Widow, White Recital Hall

Here We Come A-Caroling!, Quality Hill Playhouse

December 9

Calvin Trillin discusses Dogfight (Rainy Day)

Lehár's The Merry Widow, White Recital Hall

Six By Ten, the Barn Players

December 10

Here We Come A-Caroling!, Quality Hill Playhouse

December 11

Punch Brothers at the Beaumont

New York Polyphony, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

December 12

Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Lied Center (Lawrence)

December 13

KC Symphony: Christmas Festival, Kauffman Center

December 14

KC Symphony: Tuba Christmas, Kauffman Center

The Nightcap with Arty Vulgaris & Annie Cherry, Fishtank Theater

Sounds of the Season, Kansas City Civic Orchestra, Atonement Lutheran Church

December 15

KC Symphony: Christmas Festival, Kauffman Center

Carrie Underwood, Sprint Center

Basketball: Kansas vs. Belmont

Sounds of the Season, Kansas City Civic Orchestra, Atonement Lutheran Church

December 16

House of Yes, by Wendy MacLeod, Fishtank Theater

December 18

Basketball: Kansas vs. Richmond

Basketball: Kansas State vs. Texas Southern

December 19

Basketball: UMKC vs. Iowa State

December 20

A Spectacular Christmas, Musical Theater Heritage

December 21

The Nutcracker, the Kansas City Ballet

Paul Rudd alert: This Is 40 opens

December 22

Basketball: Florida vs. Kansas State, Sprint Center

The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, Owen/Cox Dance Group with the People's Liberation Big Band, Folly Theater

December 23

Chiefs vs. Colts last regular season home game

December 24

A Christmas Carol, Kansas City Repertory Theatre

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