Here’s what’s happening in Kansas City Aug. 4-6
The Rockhill Grille Turns One
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Savor the one-year anniversary of The Rockhill Grille with drinks, music and free appetizers on the Crossroads’ restaurant’s second-floor lounge starting at 6 p.m. Don’t forget to stay for the champagne toast and try the top-rated tater tots before you leave. To see our restaurant review, click here.
Brookside Market Days
Every Saturday through September, local Brookside businesses are teaming up with the Brookside Farmers Market to encourage residents to shop local. From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Brooksiders and other visitors can listen to live music while they browse goods from local merchants and fresh produce from farmers. To see the full event and sale listings, click here.
Believe at Union Station
From 6 to 11 p.m. at Union Station, attendees of Believe can take part in a live and silent auction, as well as witness the live performances of Lost Wax and Quixotic. Proceeds from the 28th annual event benefit Hope House, a center for victims of domestic violence in Kansas City. Tickets are $200 apiece and can be purchased here.
7th Annual Summer Swing
The handmade movement is in full swing Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. From arts and crafts to vintage and antique goods, attendees can shop the best of the area’s makers. Kids can enjoy the event, too, with bites from food trucks, crafts and a photo booth available. Admission is free, and parking at the museum is available for $10. Click here for more information.