Community Events Calendar
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Join us for a Public Open House: January 23! The City of Westwood is working in coordination with the City of Roeland Park, Unified Government of Wyandotte County-Kansas City, Kansas, and the Mid-America Regional Council to study improvements to 47th Street. This planning effort is exploring ways to make the 47th Street corridor safer, more inviting, and more attractive for all users, as well as public improvements that can support existing and future businesses. What: Join us to learn more…Find out more »
The City of Kansas City, Missouri and the Mid-America Regional Council invite you to a community meeting to provide feedback on options for improving bike connections in the Gillham Road Corridor. The purpose of this project is to identify potential improvements for a bicycle corridor developed through both technical analysis and community engagement. The Gillham Road Corridor, spanning from approximately Brush Creek on the south to 18th Street on the north, is a diverse corridor with varying right-of-way, adjacent land…Find out more »
A new “Westport Plan” is being developed to guide the future of the most historic and pedestrian-focused part of Kansas City. Input, ideas, and feedback from Westport stakeholders, businesses, residents, visitors, customers, employees, and all of those that care about Westport’s future are being encouraged and sought. Please plan to attend and participate in the discussions at the upcoming public meeting on the subject. The development of a new “Westport Plan” is a collaborative effort of the Westport Regional Business…Find out more »
Join MARC, BikeKC, RideKC, the City of KCMO and MoDOT KC for a joint community meeting for two Planning Sustainable Places projects – Connecting Swope & Prospect Ave Right-of-Ways Study. The community meeting format will consist of a 15-minute presentation on Connections Across 71 Highway (to begin at 6:00 p.m.) followed by a 15-minute presentation on Prospect ROW Enhancements. A brief Q&A period will follow presentations and the remainder of the evening will allow participants to visit informational stations to…Find out more »
Lift your hearts and lift your spirits at the very first Bike to Yoga of 2018!Find out more »
Learn new concepts for navigating streets and build practical bike handling skills necessary for city riding. This intensive course teaches safety knowledge and bike handling skills, culminating with a bike ride in a safe and supporting environment. Thursdays in March.Find out more »
For the last 15 years, the Head for the Cure Foundation has been working to defeat brain cancer step by step, through our 5k Run/Walks, including our signature HFTC Metro Kansas City 5k every August. We are thrilled to now extend our Head for the Cure fundraising efforts to the bicycling community with our second Head for the Cure Bike Ride, hosted by our friends at historic Browne’s Irish Market in mid-town Kansas City. More details coming soon!Find out more »
Tuesdays in May: Learn new concepts for navigating streets and build practical bike handling skills necessary for city riding. This intensive course teaches safety knowledge and bike handling skills, culminating with a bike ride in a safe and supporting environment. These sessions are reserved for women and women-identifying folks, please!* *We will also schedule Confident City Cycling sessions that are open to everyone!Find out more »
Start your Friday with the sun on your face, the wind at your back, and your seat in the saddle! Save the date for this extra-special celebration of bike commuting-- more details and special events to come!Find out more »
The Tour de Bier KC is a casual, point-to-point bicycle tour of Kansas City’s modern breweries, historic brewing landmarks, and other breweriana. Participants learn about the rich history of brewing in Kansas City and hear the stories and urban legends surrounding brewing in Kansas City. Save the date: Sunday, May 20, 2018!Find out more »
** Denotes events organized by third parties and/or community members. BikeWalkKC provides this a service to the community and is not responsible for these events.