community calendar

Community calendar

Updated: 2014-01-22T03:32:03Z

Jan. 22

Southtown Waldo and Brookside Monthly Networking Event: Meet new businesses and catch up with ones you already know, RSVP required, 8-9 a.m., Spay and Neuter Kansas City, 1116 E. 59th St., Kansas City. 816-523-5553.

Drug impairment training: For educational professionals, offering practical instruction on drug impairment recognition, 11 a.m.-noon, Lee’s Summit North High School, 901 N.E Douglas St. Free. 816-361-1455, Ext. 113

Jan. 23

Mayor’s Character Breakfast: Recognizing several Lee’s Summit community members, keynote speaker Julie Connor, Dreams to Action, 7-9 a.m., The Pavilion, John Knox Village, 520 N.W. Murray Road, Lee's Summit. $15. 816-347-3298.

Jan. 24-26

49 Gold Rush: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 12:30-4:30 p.m. Sunday, National Frontier Trails Museum, 318 W. Pacific, Independence, 86-325-7575 or www.frontiertrailsmuseum .org.

Jan. 26

Tide: Speaker John Fleeger, UMKC Geosciences visiting professor, 1 p.m., Community of Reason, Haag Hall, 52nd and Rockhill. Free.

Jan. 28

Alzheimer’s Care Training: Workshop will include hands-on approach to help families with difficult behavioral changes, 6-8 p.m., Home Instead Senior Care Office, 9331 W. 87th St. Overland Park. Free. 913-962-6500 or info@homeinsteadkc.com.

Jan. 29

Free Happy Hour Concert, A Percussion Extravaganza: Have a drink after work followed by a one-hour casual concert featuring Martin Grubinger and percussionists of Kansas City Symphony; opens at 5 p.m., concert 6 to 7 p.m., Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway, Kansas City. 816-471-0400.

Lisa Lopez, llopez@kcstar.com

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