Out-of-towners thinking about coming to our 50th reunion should know that Kansas City offers several exciting cultural and historical sights for you to squeeze in during non-reunion time.  Carol Berey nee Radetsky has put together the following highlights of things to do while you're in town.  If you have any questions, you can email Carol at

One of Kansas City’s favorite fall traditions will be celebrating its 79th anniversary the weekend of our reunion.  Don’t miss one of the top five fairs in the country - great art, music, food and fun!


The Bloch Building at Nelson-Atkins Museum
Spectacular addition to o
ur beloved Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.  Designed by Stephen Holl and termed one of the best buildings of the decade. Tour daytime or drive by to view the magic lanterns at night.

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Conceived by Muriel Kauffman and carried forward by her daughter, Julia Irene Kauffman, the Center is the latest jewel in Kansas City’s cultural arts scene. Designed by internationally renowned architect, Moshe Safdie.          

National World War I Museum
at Liberty Memorial
One of the greatest collections of World War I   artifacts anywhere in the world, the new state-of-the- art complex uses high interactive technology to bring history to life.   

Kansas City's new home for sports and   



Power and Light District
A premier dining, entertainment and shopping district in the heart of  downtown Kansas City.

Located close to the Marriott Hotel, the Kemper offers an exciting collection of  contemporary art in a small setting.  The Museum’s Cafe Sebastienne is a popular destination for dining.



Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art

Located on the campus of Johnson County Community College, the Nerman is one of the region’s major providers of visual and performing arts.