16th Annual Legal Aid’s Justice for All Luncheon: Mary Frances Berry, civil rights activist, legal historian and author, will be the keynote speaker. Noon, Marriott Muehlebach Tower, 200 W. 12th, Kansas City. $70. 816-474-1413 ext. 5226. www.lawmo.org/jfa-luncheon.
June 18-July 6
Shakespeare in the Park: Will feature a produciton of “The Winter’s Tale.” Tuesday - Sunday and Monday June 30, no show July 4, 8 p.m., Southmoreland Park, Cleaver II Boulevard and Oak Street, Kansas City. Free. 816-531-7728 or www.kcshakes.org.
Recital: Featuring tenor Andrew Wilson. 2 p.m., Hickman Mills Community Christian Church, 5809 E. Red Bridge Road, Kansas City. Free.
Third Friday Englewood Art Walk: Live music, more than 50 artists, jewelry and more. 3-9 p.m., Englewood Station Shopping District, 11112-10815 E. Winner Road, Independence. Free.
Fiesta Kansas City: A weekend of Latino culture, arts, music and food, with more than 100 booths. 5-10 p.m. June 20, noon-11 p.m. June 21-22, Crown Center Plaza, 2450 Grand, Kansas City. $10-$20. 816-472-6767 or www.fiestakansascity.com.
Waldo Crawldo: Pub crawl of 14 restaurants and taverns in the Waldo area centered at 75th Street and Wornall Road in Kansas City. 6 p.m.-midnight. $5 in advance at bars, $6.50 online or $10 at the door. www.waldocrawldo.com.
Browne's Irish Street Faire: Live Irish music including The Elders. 3-11p.m., 33rd Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, Kansas City. $10 advance, $13 at the gate, free for 12 and under. www.brownesmarket.com.
World Refugee Day: Food, entertainment, bounce house, photo booth, soccer exhibition. The event is intended to call attention to the lives and struggles of refugees. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center, 825 Euclid Ave., Kansas City. 816-471-2808, ext. 1144, or email@example.com.
Third Annual 2 Wheels 4 Paws Charity Motorcycle Ride: Proceeds benefit the care of animals at HELP Humane. 11:15 a.m., Rawhide Harley- Davidson, 725 N. Rawhide, Olathe. $25. 816-318-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Living a Life of Abundance on a Shoestring: Workshop by Sharon Kay discusses how she has lived a life of plenty. 1:30 p.m., Unity of Independence, 14303 E. 39th. Free. 816-252-4242.
Discover Nature Fishing Session: Series of four classes discusses equipment, casting, proper fish handling, rigging a pole with tackle, ecology and conservation. 9 a.m.-noon, Burr Oak Woods Nature Center, 1401 N.W. Park Drive, Blue Springs. Free. 816-622-0900.
Christian Women of the Year Scholarship Luncheon: Frenchette Anderson of the Alpha Epsilon Zeta Chapter and a deaconess at New Life in Christ International Ministries will be the guest speaker. 11:30 a.m., Jack Reardon Convention Center, 520 Minnesota, Kansas City, Kan. $40. 913-709-9030 or ZPhiBkck@yahoo.com.
Taco Dinner: Three tacos and rice. Proceeds to benefit TeambabyOrozco. Noon-5 p.m., Dave’s Grill & Bar, 2934 Southwest Blvd., Kansas City. $5 in advance, $6 at door. 516-516-7425 or 816-507-6489.
High Five Tour 2014: Wounded Warriors Family Support’s 2014 Ford Mustang GT500 will travel across the United States in support of pledging $1 million toward building two smart homes for wounded soldiers. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial, 100 W. 26th, Kansas City. www.HighFiveTour.com.
First KC Crewsers Bike Ride: Tour allows participants to pick from two starting restaurant locations, follow a route with their friends, join all at Penn Valley Park for games, music and food. 7-10 p.m., Minsky’s City Market, 427 Main, or Kelly’s 500 Westport Road, both in Kansas City. 816-388-0522 or www.KC-Crew.com.
Hyde Park Festival: Family entertainment, concert, activities for kids. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. 7:30-10 p.m., Hyde Park, 36th and Gillham, Kansas City. Free. 816-753-6719.
Genealogy Workshop: Learn more about the Daughters of the American Revolution. RSVP. Noon-4 p.m., Midwest Genealogy Center, 3440 S. Lee’s Summit Road, Independence. Prairieregistrar@kc.rr.com.
Tour de Lakes 13th Annual Tom Logan Memorial Bike Ride: A 10-, 32-, 55- or 65-mile ride spanning Longview Lake, Raintree Lake, Lakewood Lakes, Blue Springs Lake and Lake Jacomo. Proceeds will benefit the Legacy for Parks Foundation. 7 a.m., Longview Recreation Center, View High and Third, Lee’s Summit. $20-$30. 816-969-1500 or www.tourdelakes.org.
Writers Workshop: The topic is “Writing and Publishing Great Books for Children and Young Adults.” Proceeds to benefit the Cass County Public Library. 9 a.m.-noon, Belton School District Curriculum Center, 813 W. North, Belton. 816-519-2660 or www.casscolibrary.org/foundation/conference.
The Three Ms: The Westport Center for the Arts and the Kansas City Public Library present a play that examines the lives of the unofficial first ladies of civil rights movement. 2 p.m., Kansas City Public Library’s L.H. Bluford Branch, 3050 Prospect Ave., Kansas City. Free. 816-701-3482.
Tai Chi for Arthritis: This class helps improve flexibility and muscle strength, increase heart/lung activity and align posture, improve balance and more. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Woods Chapel United Methodist Church, 4725 N.E. Lakewood Way, Lee’s Summit. Free. 816-252-5051 or 816-795-8848.
Jazz and Blues Concert: David Basse, renowned jazz vocalist, will perform, 2 to 3:30 p.m., Pilgrim Chapel, 3801 Gilham Road, Kansas City. $15. 816-753-6719.
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