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Community calendar

Updated: 2013-05-21T19:23:17Z

May 22

Southtown Waldo and Brookside Monthly AM Networking Event: Join business leaders from the area and learn what is new in banking in your neighborhood, 8-9 a.m., Commerce Bank, 6100 Troost Ave., Kansas City

May 24

Mother/Son Pool Party: Accompany your little gentleman age 3 and up, to a night of fun, water slides, pool, dinner, DJ and dancing, 6-9 p.m., Summit Waves, 120 S.W. Blue Parkway, Lee’s Summit. $25 early bird, $28. 816-969-1500 or lsparks.net

May 25-26

Bicentennial Commemoration of The War of 1812: Honoring 48 soldiers who died while stationed at Fort Osage, 1808-1827, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sunday at the fort, 107 Osage St., Sibley. 816-503-4860 or gjulich@jacksongov.org

May 29

Community of Reason: This Brave New ePublishing World, guest speaker Randy Attwood, Kansas City fiction author, 1 p.m., Community of Reason, Haag Hall, 52nd Street and Rockhill Road, Kansas City. Free

June 1

17th Annual Breakfast on the Trails: Home style breakfast eggs, sausage, country potatoes. The Pheasant Pluckers will be playing. Advance tickets required, 7-10 a.m., Bingham-Waggoner Estate, 313 W. Pacific Ave., Independence. 816-461-3491

Kansas City Art and Design Auction: Notable work of KCAI faculty and alumni from around the world. Proceeds will benefit the college’s student scholarship fund, 6 p.m., Kansas City Art Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City. $150. www.kcai.edu/auction

June 2

Guardian Angels Parish Festival: Authentic Mexican food, silent auction, bingo. Proceeds to benefit Guardian Angels parish, noon-8 p.m., Guardian Angels, 1310 Westport Road, Kansas City. Free admission

| Lisa Lopez, llopez@kcstar.com

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