Country artist William Michael Morgan to play Legacy Park Amphitheater Sept. 15
An up-and-coming young country artist, William Michael Morgan, is set to play at Legacy Park Amphitheater on Sept. 15 to wrap up the summer concert series.
Gates open at 5 p.m., and the concert begins at 7 p.m.
Pre-sale tickets are $20 and are available now at www.rocktheamp.net or by calling 816-969-1500. Tickets may be purchased at the gate for $30 the night of the show.
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Food and beverage vendors will be on site. No pets or outside food and beverage are allowed. For a full list of rules, visit www.rocktheamp.net.
Legacy Park Amphitheater is located just south of the Legacy Park Community Center at 897 N.E. Bluestem Drive in Lee’s Summit.
For more information, a list of upcoming events or information about renting the facility, visit www.rocktheamp.net.
Creek clean-up event happens Oct. 14
In an effort to keep streams clean, the City of Lee’s Summit Public Works Department is organizing a Stream Team event and asking volunteers to help clean up litter from the creek in Deer Valley Park at 1400 N.E. Neawanna Drive in Lee’s Summit.
The city said it’s organizing the creek clean-up to remove trash and other materials dumped on stream banks, such as yard waste, which threatens the water quality of streams by decomposing and eliminating critical, life-giving oxygen from the water. Trash is not only collected by stormwater and transported to nearby lakes and streams, it frequently contains toxic materials that can pollute lakes and streams, the city noted.
The clean-up event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 14 at the park. Student and Boy/Girl Scout community service hours will be available. Court-ordered community service will not be offered at this event.
Volunteers will receive instructions and supplies consisting of gloves and trash bags. Lunch will be provided at 11:30 a.m. at the park. Prizes will be awarded for collecting the most unique items.
For more information about the Public Works Stream Team or to volunteer, contact the Public Works Department at 816-969-1800.
Local student appearing in ‘Grease’ at Starlight
Lee’s Summit West High School student Jessica Haney is performing in “Grease,” which opens Friday and continues through Thursday at Starlight Theatre.
Haney is part of the production’s 15-member Blue Star Teen Ensemble.