KC Chamber’s Small Business Celebration Awards Luncheon: Mingle with the CEO or leaders of the top 10 small businesses as the celebration awards the Mr. K Award winner and several other business award recipients, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Kansas City Convention Center, 16th Wyadotte, Kansas City, www.kcchamber.com.
Classes for Fledgling Food Truckers: Class will help you to navigate the permits, insurance, EIN, commissary, parking, maintenance and more, 6:30 p.m., Raytown Mid-Continental Public Library, 6131 Raytown Road, Raytown, 816-848-4489 or mymcpl.org/squareone.
Texas Holdem Fundraiser: Proceeds to benefit Boys Town Kansas City, toward scholarships or to adopt families, 5 p.m., Sylvia’s Deli, 1746 Washington, Kansas City, $30, 816-841-4255.
Kansas City Jazz Vespers: Features Molly Hammer and her band, 6-8 p.m., First Baptist Church of Kansas City, 100 W. Red Bridge Road, Kansas City. Free. 816-942-1866 or firstname.lastname@example.org
World Trade Day: Kansas City Chamber will plug into the global economy, 4 to 6:30 p.m., ThinkBig Partners Space, 1720 Main St., free to members, $15 others, www.kcchamber.com
Living with Loss: An ongoing support group for those living with loss, 6-7 p.m., St. John’s Church, 6900 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, The Heritage Center, 5801 W 115th St, Leawood, 816-322-2292.
Classes for Fledgling Food Truckers: How to market your food truck, learn how to make sure you have the right crowd for your need, 6:30 p.m., Raytown Mid-Continental Public Library, 6131 Raytown Road, Raytown, 816-848-4489 or mymcpl.org/squareone.
Celebration at the Station: Kick off your summer by a great concert by the Kansas City Symphony and top it off with fireworks, and much more, 1 to 9:45 p.m., Union Station, Pershing and Main, Kansas City. Free.
Memorial Day Ceremony: Will include performances by the American Legion Band and speeches to pay tribute to the day’s significance, free admission for the World War I Museum, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Liberty Memorial, 100 W 26th St, Kansas City, 816-888-8100.
Old Fashioned Memorial Day Service: Participants in this tribute to those who have served our country include local Cub and Boy Scouts, reenactor groups, local politicians and others. A cookie and lemonade reception will follow the ceremony, hosted by the Civil War Roundtable of Western Missouri, 11:30 a.m. to noon, Union Cemetary, 227 E. 28th Terr., Kansas City, 816-472-4900.
Living with Loss: Ongoing support group for those living with loss, noon-1 p.m., Good Shepherd Hospice, 123 W. Kansas Ave., 816-822-2292.
Classes for Fledgling Food Truckers: Learn where to buy your food and to where to park your truck and how to manage orders, 6:30 p.m., Raytown Mid-Continental Public Library, 6131 Raytown Road, Raytown, 816-848-4489 or mymcpl.org/squareone.
Guardian Angels Festival: Food, bingo, raffles, games, live music featuring Las Estrellas, noon-8 p.m., Guardian Angels, 1310 Westport Road, Kansas City, 816-931-4351 or www.guardianangelskc.org.
The 20th Annual Union Hill Garden Tour: Self guided tour, proceeds to benefit Union Hill Cemetary Historical Society, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $8-$10, 227 E. 28th Terr., Kansas City, 816-472-4990.
Bingo At Hamburger Mary’s: Come out and eat and win great prizes proceeds to benefit the Greater Kansas City National Hispanic Heritage Committee, 7 p.m., Hamburger Mary’s, 36th Broadway, Kansas City, $12, www.kcfiestahispana.com.
Vacation Bible School: Attendees can expect an action packed program designed to assist them in discovering how to go through life equipped with God’s love grades Kindergarten to fifth grade, 6 to 8 p.m, St. James United Methodist Church, 5540 Wayne Ave., Kansas City, 816-444-5588 or www.stjamesumc.com.
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