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  • Craig Ferguson returns to the Orpheum

    Comedian Craig Ferguson is returning to Wichita's Orpheum Theatre. The Orpheum says Ferguson will perform as part of his "Hot and Grumpy Tour" on Friday, November 14 at 8:00.

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  • Ghost Stories in Wichita’s Historic Delano

    Get into the Halloween spirit by attending the 7th Annual Ghost Stories of Historic Delano Ghost Tour. The ghoulish adventure will begin at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium where you’ll meet with paranormal researchers from the Wichita Paranormal Research Society.

  • Popular fashion and art gala returning to Wichita

    This year marks the 20th anniversary for the annual celebration of ArtAID, a yearly benefit that raises money for HIV/AIDS for HIV/AIDS care and prevention services in the Wichita area.

  • New location for Wichita’s Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure

    Lace up your running shoes and come participate in Wichita’s 25th Annual Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure on Saturday, September 27, 2014. The annual benefit for breast cancer has a brand new location this year, moving to the WaterWalk in downtown Wichita. The new race route will take runners along some of downtown’s popular attractions, including the Arkansas River, Exploration Place,…

  • Salvation Army Fashion Show: Turns used clothes into high fashion

    The Consignment Couture Fashion Show will show you that you can look fabulous while supporting a great cause. For the second consecutive year, The Salvation Army Young Professionals group is presenting Consignment Couture, a dinner, fashion show and silent auction to benefit The Salvation Army’s homeless services program.

  • Photos: Wichita ALS Walk breaks record

    On Saturday, September 20, hundreds of individuals got to celebrate their efforts in raising money for ALS by joining together in Wichita’s annual "The Walk to Defeat ALS,” fundraiser. The one-mile walk took place inside The Waterfront in northeast Wichita. This year’s annual walk rose over $300,000, breaking the previous record for funds raised at the Wichita ALS Walk of $210,000. The money…

  • ALS walk in Wichita breaks a fundraising record

    On Saturday, September 20, hundreds of individuals got to celebrate their efforts in raising money for the disease by joining together in Wichita’s annual "The Walk to Defeat ALS.”

  • BlackTop Nationals: Michael and Katie do Ford Ride & Drive Hot Laps

    Michael and Katie took a Hot Lap with a professional driver at Ford's Ride & Drive track at BlackTop Nationals.

  • BlackTop Nationals: Outdoor Car Show Gallery 2

    In downtown Wichita, Douglas Ave. is lined with cars for the BlackTop Nationals Car Show.

  • BlackTop Nationals: Indoor Display 2014

    The Century II Expo Halls features a great indoor display for the 2014 BlackTop Nationals.

  • BlackTop Nationals: Outdoor Car Show Gallery 3

    In downtown Wichita, Douglas Ave. is lined with cars for the BlackTop Nationals Car Show.

  • BlackTop Nationals: Outdoor Car Show Gallery 1

    In downtown Wichita, Douglas Ave. is lined with cars for the BlackTop Nationals Car Show.

  • Ford Speeds into KS for BlackTop Nationals with Ride-and-Drives, Hot Laps and Burnout Box

    2015 Ford Mustang

    Ford Motor Company is racing into Kansas for the Fifth Annual BlackTop Nationals, Aug. 22-24, with an exciting lineup of 2015 model year cars and trucks, including the most coveted American muscle car, the 2015 Ford Mustang and all-new aluminum body Ford F-150.

  • Wichita Triathlon

    Area athletes swam, biked, and ran their way through the annual Wichita Waterfront Triathlon on Sunday, July 20 at 7:00 AM. The triathlon took athletes on a 1) one loop swim around the Waterfront pond, 2) bike portion with 3 flat loops around the East side of Wichita, and 3) a run around a 3.1 mile course in the Waterfront property. The approximate distance of each race included a 400 meter swim…

  • Spend a "Girl's Night Out" at Wichita's Orpheum Theatre

    On Saturday, July 19, get your girlfriends together and enjoy a feel-good musical comedy at Wichita’s historic Orpheum Theatre.

  • Disney on Ice returning to INTRUST Bank Arena

    Disney on Ice presents Princesses & Heroes is coming to Wichita’s INTRUST Bank Arena in the spring of 2015.

  • Photos: Automobilia Moonlight Car Show

    The annual Automobilia Moonlight Car Show celebrated its 20th anniversary on Saturday, July 12. The car show is one of the largest car shows in Kansas, featuring hundreds of muscle and classic cars, luxury and sports vehicles, hot rods, motorcycles and trucks. It also includes several food courts, live entertainment and music. The FREE car show takes place every year in downtown Wichita, along…

  • Photos: American Indian Festival

    The Mid-American All-Indian Center celebrated its 4th annual American Indian Festival this Saturday, July 12 and Sunday, July 13 at Century II Expo Hall. The two-day festival includes a Native American Powwow, Indian Fine Art Market, Youth Art Show, Educational Hands-On Youth Activities, and Food Vendors. Check out our photos from this year’s Powwow here.

  • The Orpheum and SMG Wichita have announced the addition of two shows to the theatre’s 2014 fall lineup.

  • Eric Church to perform in Wichita

    Eric Church is set to perform at Wichita's INTRUST Bank Arena. The arena announced Friday that Church's "The Outsiders World Tour" comes to Wichita December 4.

  • Celebrate Wichita's 144th Birthday

    Come celebrate Wichita’s 144th Birthday with a special party at the Wichita-Sedgwick Historical Museum on Sunday, July 20.

  • Hard Charge disbands; will not offer refunds

    Hard Charge, a North Dakota-based company that sponsored obstacle races across the nation, has ceased all business operations.

  • Dress like a cow, receive a FREE meal

    For one day only, customers who show their spots (dress up like a cow) will eat for FREE on Friday, July 11 in celebration of the restaurant’s 10th Annual Cow Appreciation Day.

  • Photos: 4th of July Stars & Stripes 5K

    Hundreds of people wore their red, white, and blue on Friday, July 4, while participating in Wichita’s first ever Stars & Stripes 5K.  The inaugural race brought people of all ages out to celebrate their Independence Day. The race began at 7:30 AM at Cessna Stadium on the Wichita State Campus.

  • Photos: 4th of July Stars & Stripes 5K, Gallery 2

    Hundreds of people wore their red, white, and blue on Friday, July 4, while participating in Wichita’s first ever Stars & Stripes 5K. The inaugural race brought people of all ages out to celebrate their Independence Day. The race began at 7:30 AM at Cessna Stadium on the Wichita State Campus.

  • Photos: Sedgwick County Zoo's Amur Tigers Turn One

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    The Sedgwick County Zoo’s Amur male and female tiger cubs, Natasha and Tsar, celebrate their first birthday on Sunday, July 6 (mother of the cubs is Talali). Take a look back over the first year of their lives.

  • Freddy's named among top ten burgers

    When it comes to fast food chains, most people think about McDonald's, Burger King or Wendy's.

  • Fireworks Shows in Wichita and Surrounding Areas 2014

    Celebrate your 4th of July weekend by attending one of the many fireworks shows in Wichita and surrounding areas. Come out with your family and friends and soak up the sun, eat tasty food, and watch some amazing fireworks this 4th of July!

  • Photos: Kindness Moves Me 5K Run/Walk

    The 2014 Kindness Moves Us All 5K Run/Walk took place on Saturday, June 28 at 8 AM in downtown Wichita. The annual race focuses on spreading acts of kindness to others in our community. The race took runners on a scenic path by the Riverside Park and along the Arkansas River. For more information on this event, go to: http://www.esswichita.org/ for the Episcopal Social Services

  • Wichita's Indian Center to host special 'aviation-themed' event

    This Saturday, June 28, the public is invited to the Indian Center’s Family Flight Day event, which will give visitors a chance to learn more about American Indians’ contribution to aviation during World War II as well as gain insight into the community they helped to build here.

  • Cowtown's new summer campaign to highlight museum's uniqueness

    Cowtown has launched a new promotional campaign encouraging local and regional visitors to find their “wow” moments there this summer.

  • Celebrate Christmas in July at Towne East Square

    Tis the season to beat the heat! Towne East Square invites kids to celebrate the halfway mark to Christmas during the Simon Kidgits Club’s “Christmas in July” event on Saturday, July 19, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

     

    Kids can get crafty by making snowflakes, snowman magnets and Santa hats, and enjoy interactive games, photos with a tropical snowman and more.

  • Photos: Ballert Art Run 5K

    Runners got a chance to once again create a unique piece of artwork in the 3rd Annual Ballet Wichita 5K Art Run on Saturday, June 21st in downtown Wichita. The 5K (3.1 miles) race kicked-off at 8 AM near the corner of Douglas and Waco.  The course included many downtown landmarks, including: the Delano district Clocktower, the Keeper of the Plains, Arkansas River, Exploration Place,…

  • Photos: Ballet Art Run 5K, Gallery 2

    Runners got a chance to once again create a unique piece of artwork in the 3rd Annual Ballet Wichita 5K Art Run on Saturday, June 21st in downtown Wichita. The 5K (3.1 miles) race kicked-off at 8 AM near the corner of Douglas and Waco.  The course included many downtown landmarks, including: the Delano district Clocktower, the Keeper of the Plains, Arkansas River, Exploration Place,…

  • Ape Awareness Weekend at the Sedgwick County Zoo

    Sedgwick County Zoo will celebrate all things ape during their Ape Awareness Weekend this Friday and Saturday, June 20 & 21. The event will take place each of these days from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.

  • Kittens available for adoption at this weekend's "Kittenpalooza"

    The Kansas Humane Society will hold a special “KITTENPALOOZA” adoption event this Sunday, June 22, 2014 from 1pm to 3pm.

  • Photos: Wichita Heart Walk

    Thousands of individuals came out to support and participate in Wichita’s 2014 Heart Walk on Saturday, June 14 on Wichita State University’s Campus. The walk is one of the American Heart Association’s signature events that promotes physical activity and heart-healthy living in a fun family environment. The funds raised from the walk will be used for research and education in the fight against…

  • Father's Day Event Freebies

    This Father’s Day, several local museums and attractions are letting dad (or grandpa) in for FREE! So, instead of giving dad another boring tie, take him somewhere special where he’ll feel like a king and you’ll save money. (Unless otherwise noted, specials will be available on Sunday, June 15).

  • Scooby-Doo performing at Orpheum Theatre on Thursday

    The much-loved stage production, Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang, is set to thrill audiences of all ages at Wichita’s Orpheum Theatre at 7 PM on Thursday, June 12.

  • Cher bringing "D2K" tour to Wichita

    Cher in 'Burlesque'

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    Tickets start at $21.50, and go on sale June 16 at 10 a.m.

  • Photos: Wichita Gladiator Dash 2014

    Hundreds of runners came out to show off their inner ‘gladiator’ skills at this year's Wichita Gladiator Dash on Saturday, June 7, 2014. The intense land and water race forced runners to overcome over 10 challenging obstacles, including running through mud, crossing rivers, crawling through tunnels, and taking a plunge down a hillside waterslide.

  • Photos: Miss Kansas Pageant Rehearsals

    KWCH went behind-the-scenes during the 2014 Miss Kansas Pageant Rehearsals in Pratt, Kansas.

  • Weekend Events for June 6 - 8, 2014

    You really can’t go wrong with any pick this weekend. From inexpensive concerts to fishing trips, garage sales to ballet performances, this weekend has some great low-cost options for families, couples or friends.

  • Cajun Food Fest bringing meals from the Bayou to Riverfest

    On Thursday, June 5, enjoy some traditional Louisiana cuisine prepared by local chefs at Goodwill Industries 28th Annual Cajun Food Fest.

  • Photos: River Run 10K, Gallery One

    One of the largest road races in Kansas began bright and early on Saturday, May 31. The 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run 10K began at 7:00 AM in downtown Wichita near the Riverfest’s WaterWalk Pavilion Stage (Waterman and Wichita). The River Run is an annual tradition at Wichita’s River Festival, featuring a scenic downtown route along the Arkansas River, live music, commemorative shirts…

  • Photos: River Run 10K, Gallery Two

    One of the largest road races in Kansas began bright and early on Saturday, May 31. The 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run 10K began at 7:00 AM in downtown Wichita near the Riverfest’s WaterWalk Pavilion Stage (Waterman and Wichita). The River Run is an annual tradition at Wichita’s River Festival, featuring a scenic downtown route along the Arkansas River, live music, commemorative shirts…

  • Photos: River Run 10K, Gallery Three

    One of the largest road races in Kansas began bright and early on Saturday, May 31. The 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run 10K began at 7:00 AM in downtown Wichita near the Riverfest’s WaterWalk Pavilion Stage (Waterman and Wichita). The River Run is an annual tradition at Wichita’s River Festival, featuring a scenic downtown route along the Arkansas River, live music, commemorative shirts…

  • Photos: River Run 10K, Gallery Four

    One of the largest road races in Kansas began bright and early on Saturday, May 31. The 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run 10K began at 7:00 AM in downtown Wichita near the Riverfest’s WaterWalk Pavilion Stage (Waterman and Wichita). The River Run is an annual tradition at Wichita’s River Festival, featuring a scenic downtown route along the Arkansas River, live music, commemorative shirts…

  • Photos: River Run 10K, Gallery Five

    One of the largest road races in Kansas began bright and early on Saturday, May 31. The 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run 10K began at 7:00 AM in downtown Wichita near the Riverfest’s WaterWalk Pavilion Stage (Waterman and Wichita). The River Run is an annual tradition at Wichita’s River Festival, featuring a scenic downtown route along the Arkansas River, live music, commemorative shirts…

  • Photos: River Run 10K, Gallery Six

    One of the largest road races in Kansas began bright and early on Saturday, May 31. The 2014 Kansas Health Foundation River Run 10K began at 7:00 AM in downtown Wichita near the Riverfest’s WaterWalk Pavilion Stage (Waterman and Wichita). The River Run is an annual tradition at Wichita’s River Festival, featuring a scenic downtown route along the Arkansas River, live music, commemorative shirts…

  • New to Riverfest: A Salute to Aviation

    The Wichita River Festival will celebrate the city’s rich aviation history with a special tribute to all things “flight in the heart of the Air Capital.” Several ‘aviation-inspired’ events will take place throughout the day on Sunday, June 1, in downtown Wichita.

  • Photos: Color Me Rad 5K

    Wichita runners geared up for a whole lot of radness, when they took on the Color Me Rad 5K on Saturday, May 24. This untimed 3.1-mile course took runners through Sedgwick Park in Wichita, where they were bombarded with color, tie-dying their white t-shirts, as well as the rest of their body. After completing the race, runners declared themselves "rad" by tossing their own bags of color into the…

  • Photos: Color Me Rad 5K, Gallery 2

    Wichita runners geared up for a whole lot of radness, when they took on the Color Me Rad 5K on Saturday, May 24. This untimed 3.1-mile course took runners through Sedgwick Park, where they were bombarded with color, tie-dying their white t-shirts, as well as the rest of their body. After completing the race, runners declared themselves "rad" by tossing their own bags of color into the air.

  • Photos: Victory in the Valley 5K, Gallery One

    Hundreds of individuals came to show their support for the Victory in the Valley Walk/Run on Saturday, May 17 at Exploration Place. The annual race has been raising money for cancer patients for 23 years, which benefits cancer patients and families living in Wichita and throughout Kansas.

  • Photos: Victory in the Valley 5K, Gallery Two

    Hundreds of individuals came to show their support for the Victory in the Valley Walk/Run on Saturday, May 17 at Exploration Place. The annual race has been raising money for cancer patients for 23 years, which benefits cancer patients and families living in Wichita and throughout Kansas.

  • Photos: 2K Walk, Victory in the Valley

    Hundreds of individuals came to show their support for the Victory in the Valley Walk/Run on Saturday, May 17 at Exploration Place. The annual race has been raising money for cancer patients for 23 years, which benefits cancer patients and families living in Wichita and throughout Kansas.

  • Photos: Kids Run, Victory in the Valley

    Hundreds of individuals came to show their support for the Victory in the Valley Walk/Run on Saturday, May 17 at Exploration Place. The annual race has been raising money for cancer patients for 23 years, which benefits cancer patients and families living in Wichita and throughout Kansas.

  • Photos: Survivor Walk, Victory in the Vallery

    Hundreds of individuals came to show their support for the Victory in the Valley Walk/Run on Saturday, May 17 at Exploration Place. The annual race has been raising money for cancer patients for 23 years, which benefits cancer patients and families living in Wichita and throughout Kansas.

  • Photos: Veterans Memorial Park

    A special Memorial Day Service will be held at Veterans Memorial Park in Wichita KS on Monday, May 26, 2014 at 8:00 AM. The service will last for approximately 15 to 20 minutes and will be followed by wreath layings at various memorials. There will also be an open house for the entire park.

  • Steampunk event coming to Old Cowtown

    Old Cowtown re-enactors will be trading in their usual Victorian attire for a more advanced 19th century look for the museum's annual ‘Steampunk Day,’ on Saturday, May 24.

  • Chris Isaak scheduled to perform in Wichita

    Wichita’s Orpheum Theatre announced on Friday that Chris Isaak is scheduled to perform at the historic theatre on Wednesday, Aug. 20 at 8 p.m.

  • Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita This Weekend

    Combine tasty barbeque, country music and improve comedy and you know it’s going to be a great weekend! Read on for more information on this weekend’s picks for “Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita.” Make sure to also check out other Kansas events on KWCH’s Community Events Calendar: http://www.kwch.com/community

  • 60th anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education FREE event

    The Kansas African American Museum will commemorate the 60th anniversary of the landmark decision of Brown v Board of Education by offering a free screening of the film, “With All Deliberate Speed.”

  • Photos: Styx rehearsal at INTRUST Bank Arena

    On Tuesday, May 13, legendary American rock band Styx performed two of their hit songs for a small group of individuals at INTRUST Bank Arena during a live rehearsal. Their national tour, “The Soundtrack of Summer Tour,” which also includes performances by classic rockers Foreigner and former Eagles lead guitarist Don Felder, kicks-off on Wednesday in Wichita.

  • Derby hosting 2nd Annual Kite Festival

    On Saturday, May 17, you’re encouraged to bring your own kite, lawn chair, and even your leashed pet out to this family-friendly event from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at High Park, 2801 E. James St., in Derby.

  • Photos: Sedgwick County Zoo Moms and Babies

    Celebrate Mother's Day at the Sedgwick County Zoo! Here are some photos of the zoo's mothers and their new babies.

  • Go “Over the Edge” for the Boy Scouts of America

    For the very first time, the Boys Scouts of America’s Quivira Council will host the special fundraiser, “Over the Edge,”  which will have participants climbing down one of the tallest buildings in Wichita!

  • Runners take on Wichita's 2014 Spring Prairie Fire Half Marathon

    Over 1,000 runners hit the streets of downtown Wichita to compete in the 2014 Spring Prairie Fire Half Marathon .

  • Prairie Fire Spring Half Marathon, Gallery 1

    Over 1,000 runners hit the streets of  downtown Wichita to compete in the 2014 Spring Prairie Fire Half Marathon. The race kicked-off with the Half Marathon (13.1 miles) at 7:30 AM, followed by a 5K, Sparky's Kids Mile, and Family Fun Run/Walk.

  • Prairie Fire Spring Half Marathon, Gallery 2

    Over 1,000 runners hit the streets of downtown Wichita to compete in the 2014 Spring Prairie Fire Half Marathon. The race kicked-off with the Half Marathon (13.1 miles) at 7:30 AM, followed by a 5K, Sparky's Kids Mile, and Family Fun Run/Walk. For more photos, go to http://www.kwch.com/community

  • Prairie Fire Spring Half Marathon, Gallery 3

    Over 1,000 runners hit the streets of downtown Wichita to compete in the 2014 Spring Prairie Fire Half Marathon. The race kicked-off with the Half Marathon (13.1 miles) at 7:30 AM, followed by a 5K, Sparky's Kids Mile, and Family Fun Run/Walk. For more photos, go to http://www.kwch.com/community

  • Prairie Fire Spring Half Marathon, Gallery 4

    Over 1,000 runners hit the streets of downtown Wichita to compete in the 2014 Spring Prairie Fire Half Marathon. The race kicked-off with the Half Marathon (13.1 miles) at 7:30 AM, followed by a 5K, Sparky's Kids Mile, and Family Fun Run/Walk. For more photos, go to http://www.kwch.com/community

  • Wichita's colorful 5K

    It was a colorful Saturday morning at the Kansas Coliseum, where hundreds of runners, joggers, and walkers laced up their tennis shoes to participate in Wichita’s first-ever “Run or Dye 5K.”

  • Photos: Run or Dye 5K, Gallery 1

    It was a colorful Saturday morning (May 3) at the Kansas Coliseum, where hundreds of runners, joggers, and walkers laced up their tennis shoes to participate in Wichita’s first-ever “Run or Dye 5K.” Runners were blasted with showers of eco-friendly, powdered dye at five different stations along the route, creating quite the messy and memorable experience.

  • Photos: Run or Dye 5K, Gallery 2

    It was a colorful Saturday morning (May 3) at the Kansas Coliseum, where hundreds of runners, joggers, and walkers laced up their tennis shoes to participate in Wichita’s first-ever “Run or Dye 5K.” Runners were blasted with showers of eco-friendly, powdered dye at five different stations along the route, creating quite the messy and memorable experience.

  • Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita This Weekend

    One of Wichita’s most colorful 5Ks, a classic car show, fresh fruits and veggies, and a festival meant just for kids… This weekend has it all and much more!

    Read on for more information on this weekend’s picks for “Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita.” Make sure to also check out other Kansas events on KWCH’s Community Events Calendar: http://www.kwch.com/community

  • Barenaked Ladies set to perform at Wichita's Orpheum Theatre

    The Canadian band, Barenaked Ladies, are coming to perform at Wichita's Orpheum Theatre on Wednesday, August 6 at 8 PM.

  • Weekend plans for the Sedgwick County Zoo

    The Sedgwick County Park has two great events taking place this weekend: World Penguin Day and Cinco de Mayo.

  • Runners get wet, muddy and sweaty in 2014 Hard Charge

    Hundreds of runners got covered in mud, sweat and even blood in the HARD CHARGE race, which took place on Saturday, April 26, in Park City, Kansas. Even members of KWCH Channel 12 and KSCW Channel 33, Cable 5 participated in the intense obstacle race.

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  • Photos: Hard Charge, Gallery 2

    Hundreds of runners got covered in mud, sweat and even blood in the HARD CHARGE race, which took place on Saturday, April 26, in Park City, Kansas. Even members of KWCH Channel 12 and KSCW Channel 33, Cable 5 participated in the intense obstacle race. The race took runners through 4-5 miles of unpredictable terrains at the grounds of the Kansas Coliseum. Runners had to overcome more than 30…

  • Photos: Hard Charge, Gallery 3

    Hundreds of runners got covered in mud, sweat and even blood in the HARD CHARGE race, which took place on Saturday, April 26, in Park City, Kansas. Even members of KWCH Channel 12 and KSCW Channel 33, Cable 5 participated in the intense obstacle race. The race took runners through 4-5 miles of unpredictable terrains at the grounds of the Kansas Coliseum. Runners had to overcome more than 30…

  • Tickets for Wichita Ribfest now available

    INTRUST Bank Arena announced Wednesday that admission wristbands for the third annual Wichita Ribfest, set for Friday, May 16 through Sunday, May 18, 2014, are now available for advance purchase at the INTRUST Bank Arena box office.

  • Runners participate in the 20th Annual Easter Sun Run

    Hundreds of adults and children hit the pavement running in the 20th Annual Easter Sun Run.

  • Photos: Easter Sun Run 10K, Gallery 1

    Hundreds of adults and children hit the pavement running in the 20th Annual Easter Sun Run. All proceeds raised from this event will go to further Youth Horizons’ efforts to break the cycle of fatherlessness through youth programs. Youth Horizons has invested in the lives of at-risk children for over 20 years through a mentoring program, residential program, and public presentations.

  • Photos: Easter Sun Run 10K, Gallery 2

    Hundreds of adults and children hit the pavement running in the 20th Annual Easter Sun Run. All proceeds raised from this event will go to further Youth Horizons’ efforts to break the cycle of fatherlessness through youth programs. Youth Horizons has invested in the lives of at-risk children for over 20 years through a mentoring program, residential program, and public presentations.

  • Photos: Easter Sun Run 10K, Gallery 3

    Hundreds of adults and children hit the pavement running in the 20th Annual Easter Sun Run. All proceeds raised from this event will go to further Youth Horizons’ efforts to break the cycle of fatherlessness through youth programs. Youth Horizons has invested in the lives of at-risk children for over 20 years through a mentoring program, residential program, and public presentations.

  • Photos: Easter Sun Run 2-Mile

    Hundreds of adults and children hit the pavement running in the 20th Annual Easter Sun Run. All proceeds raised from this event will go to further Youth Horizons’ efforts to break the cycle of fatherlessness through youth programs. Youth Horizons has invested in the lives of at-risk children for over 20 years through a mentoring program, residential program, and public presentations.

  • Colorful race coming to Wichita

    “Don’t worry, dye happy,” in one of Wichita’s most colorful races. On Saturday, May 3, you’re invited to get blasted with color in Wichita’s first-ever ‘Run or Dye 5K’ at the Kansas Coliseum.

  • Walk to raise money for autism: 2014 Autism CARE Walk

    On Saturday, April 26, you’re invited to walk for a good cause in the 7th annual “Autism CARE Walk,” which helps raise awareness for autism in and around our community.

  • Newton kicks-off spring with upcoming festival

    Come celebrate Newton’s first outdoor celebration of spring! The Apple Blossom Festival will take place on Friday, April 25, at Newton Presbyterian Manor. The event will run from 5 to 8 PM on the Manor lawn at 1200 E. Seventh St. in Newton.

  • Knights, Belly Dancers, and Jousts: Spring Renaissance Festival

    The Age of Chivalry was brought to life this weekend with Wichita’s annual Spring Great Plains Renaissance Festival.

  • Photos: Spring Renaissance Festival

    The Age of Chivalry was brought to life this weekend with Wichita’s annual Spring Great Plains Renaissance Festival.  The festival continues to be one of Wichita's longest standing spring traditions, bringing eager crowds of visitors to see singing pirates, fire breathing daredevils, medieval belly dancers, knights in heavy armor, medieval music, whimsical fairies, and jousters on horseback to…

  • Photos: Spring Renaissance Festival, Gallery 2

    The Age of Chivalry was brought to life this weekend with Wichita’s annual Spring Great Plains Renaissance Festival. The festival continues to be one of Wichita's longest standing spring traditions, bringing eager crowds of visitors to see singing pirates, fire breathing daredevils, medieval belly dancers, knights in heavy armor, medieval music, whimsical fairies, and jousters on horseback to the…

  • Singer Jackson Browne to perform at Wichita's Orpheum Theatre

    American Singer-Songwriter Jackson Browne will bring his solo acoustic tour to Wichita’s Orpheum Theatre on Monday, July 21 at 7:30 PM.

  • Cowtown launches spring season with Civil War Day

    Old Cowtown is kicking off its spring/summer season with the annual event, Civil War Day. Civil War Day gives adults and children a glimpse into the daily lives of Union and Confederate soldiers and their families during this pivotal time in U.S. history.

  • Photos: Diva Dash 5K

    On Saturday, April 5, hundreds of women in tutus, tiaras, and pink outfits worked up a sweat in the 2nd Annual Diva Dash 5K in downtown Wichita. For more photos, go to: http://www.kwch.com/community

  • Photos: Diva Dash 5K, Gallery 2

    On Saturday, April 5, hundreds of women in tutus, tiaras, and pink outfits worked up a sweat in the 2nd Annual Diva Dash 5K in downtown Wichita. Proceeds from the event will help the nonprofit organization Girls on the Run. The charity provides an after-school program for girls in grades 3rd through 8th that addresses the healthy development of a girl’s social, mental, emotional, physical and…

  • Photos: Diva Dash 5K, Gallery 3

    On Saturday, April 5, hundreds of women in tutus, tiaras, and pink outfits worked up a sweat in the 2nd Annual Diva Dash 5K in downtown Wichita. Proceeds from the event will help the nonprofit organization Girls on the Run. The charity provides an after-school program for girls in grades 3rd through 8th that addresses the healthy development of a girl’s social, mental, emotional, physical and…

  • Photos: Diva Dash 5K, Gallery 4

    On Saturday, April 5, hundreds of women in tutus, tiaras, and pink outfits worked up a sweat in the 2nd Annual Diva Dash 5K in downtown Wichita. Proceeds from the event will help the nonprofit organization Girls on the Run. The charity provides an after-school program for girls in grades 3rd through 8th that addresses the healthy development of a girl’s social, mental, emotional, physical and…

  • Photos: Diva Dash 5K, Gallery 5

    On Saturday, April 5, hundreds of women in tutus, tiaras, and pink outfits worked up a sweat in the 2nd Annual Diva Dash 5K in downtown Wichita. Proceeds from the event will help the nonprofit organization Girls on the Run. The charity provides an after-school program for girls in grades 3rd through 8th that addresses the healthy development of a girl’s social, mental, emotional, physical and…

  • Photos: MDA Muscle Walk

    On Saturday, April 5, the Muscular Dystrophy Association held their annual Muscle Walk. The yearly walk helps raise money for children and adults with muscular dystrophy in the local community. The walk is a non-competitive walk took place at 10 AM at Cessna Stadium.

  • Photos: Bark-Aid 5K, Gallery 1

    On Sunday, March 30, runners and walkers spent some quality time with their four-legged friends at this year’s Bark-Aid 5K and Mile Fun Run. The dog-friendly event helps raise funds for homeless animals and adoption organizations in Kansas. The race took place at 8:00 AM inside the Sedgwick County Park in Wichita.

  • Photos: Bark-Aid 5K, Gallery 2

    On Sunday, March 30, runners and walkers spent some quality time with their four-legged friends at this year’s Bark-Aid 5K and Mile Fun Run. The dog-friendly event helps raise funds for homeless animals and adoption organizations in Kansas. The race took place at 8:00 AM inside the Sedgwick County Park in Wichita.

  • Photos: Bark-Aid 5K, Gallery 3

    On Sunday, March 30, runners and walkers spent some quality time with their four-legged friends at this year’s Bark-Aid 5K and Mile Fun Run. The dog-friendly event helps raise funds for homeless animals and adoption organizations in Kansas. The race took place at 8:00 AM inside the Sedgwick County Park in Wichita.

  • Dog-friendly Bark-Aid 5K

    On Sunday, March 30, runners and walkers spent some quality time with their four-legged friends at this year’s Bark-Aid 5K and Mile Fun Run.

  • Scooby-Doo Live coming to the Orpheum Theatre

    The much-loved Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang take center stage in an all-new family musical, SCOOBY-DOO LIVE! MUSICAL MYSTERIES, presented by Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Life Like Touring. 

  • Weekend Events for March 29 - 31, 2014

    This weekend has a little of something for everyone. Spend quality time with your pooch by dressing up in costume and running a 5K, or take the kids to see the friendly gang of Sesame Street.

  • Taco Bell introduces new breakfast menu

    Taco Bell breakfast waffle

    Taco Bell

    This week, Taco Bell will be launching its brand new breakfast menu in more than 5,500 restaurants nationwide on Thursday, March 27.

  • Sunflower Dog Show coming to the Kansas Pavilions

    Canine lovers won’t want to miss this special event featuring 5 full days of all-breed and specialty dog shows. This family-friendly event is free and will be held inside the Kansas Pavilions.

  • Runners run to remember Maize students lost to drunk driving accident

    On the morning of Saturday, March 22, hundreds of individuals laced up their tennis and came out early in the cold to participate in the 3rd Annual Run2Believe 5K Memorial Run/Walk.

  • Photos: Run2Believe, Gallery One

    On the morning of Saturday, March 22, hundreds of individuals laced up their tennis and came out early in the cold to participate in the 3rd Annual Run2Believe 5K Memorial Run/Walk. The race is held in memory of Maize High School graduates and high school sweethearts, Kylie Jobe and Kyle Thornburg, who were killed by a drunk driver on their way home from a spring break ski trip in 2011.

  • Photos: Run2Believe, Gallery 2

    On the morning of Saturday, March 22, hundreds of individuals laced up their tennis and came out early in the cold to participate in the 3rd Annual Run2Believe 5K Memorial Run/Walk. The race is held in memory of Maize High School graduates and high school sweethearts, Kylie Jobe and Kyle Thornburg, who were killed by a drunk driver on their way home from a spring break ski trip in 2011.   

  • Photos: Run2Believe, Gallery 3

    On the morning of Saturday, March 22, hundreds of individuals laced up their tennis and came out early in the cold to participate in the 3rd Annual Run2Believe 5K Memorial Run/Walk. The race is held in memory of Maize High School graduates and high school sweethearts, Kylie Jobe and Kyle Thornburg, who were killed by a drunk driver on their way home from a spring break ski trip in 2011.

  • New exhibit building opening in Old Cowtown

    March is Women’s History Month. To celebrate, Cowtown is proud to announce the opening of a new exhibit building, the McKenzie House. It represents the type of house a single woman would own or rent after immigrating to Wichita in the 1880s.

  • Country legend Alan Jackson to perform at Hartman Arena

    Country legend, Alan Jackson, will be returning to Hartman Arena for a special performance to celebrate the Arena’s 5th Anniversary on Thursday, May 1, 2014.

  • Photos: St. Patrick's Day Parade

    On Saturday, March 15, the sidewalks in downtown Wichita became a sea of green as hundreds of spectators attended Wichita’s Annual St. Patrick’s Parade.

  • Photos: St. Patrick's Day Parade, Gallery 2

    On Saturday, March 15, the sidewalks in downtown Wichita became a sea of green as hundreds of spectators attended Wichita’s Annual St. Patrick’s Parade.

  • Photos: St. Patrick's Day Parade, Gallery 3

    On Saturday, March 15, the sidewalks in downtown Wichita became a sea of green as hundreds of spectators attended Wichita’s Annual St. Patrick’s Parade.

  • O.J. Watson Park opening spring hours

    O.J. Watson Park, located at 3022 S. McLean Blvd., will open under spring hours – from 8 AM to 10 PM - starting Saturday, March 15.

  • Blarney Breakfast to benefit Rainbows United's children

    Enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day breakfast and help support youth and children with special needs at the 39th Annual Original Blarney Breakfast.

  • Exploration Place Hosts 8th Annual Death by Chocolate Event

    While sports fans celebrated the Wichita State Shockers 33-0 win in basketball, chocolate enthusiasts got together to celebrate Wichita’s premier chocolate showdown.

  • Photos: Death by Chocolate

    While sports fans celebrated the Wichita State Shockers 33-0 win in basketball, chocolate enthusiasts got together to celebrate Wichita’s premier chocolate showdown.  On Saturday, March 8, Exploration Place hosted its 8th Annual Death by Chocolate Event with a special “Science” themed evening.

  • Award-Winning Musical MEMPHIS playing at Century II

    memphis pic

    Four-time Tony Award Winning Musical, MEMPHIS, will play at Wichita’s Century II Concert Hall on Tuesday, April 15 through Thursday, April 17.

  • Wichita Art Day of Giving raises $548K

    Wichita’s Art Day of Giving (ArtDOG), the first-ever 24-hour online charitable fundraising campaign for local arts organizations, raised a total of $548,372 on Friday, February 28.Wichita Art Day

  • Free pancakes for IHOP's National Pancake Day Fundraiser

    pancake

    Enjoy a free short stack of three buttermilk pancakes from any central or western Kansas IHOP
    restaurant 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday, March 4, and support sick and injured Kansas kids by
    donating the meal cost to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Via Christi Health.
     
    Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals helps Kansas kids by raising funds for children’s hospital
    services and helping families with…

  • Country star Don Williams coming to Wichita's Orpheum

    Country legend Don Williams is set to perform at Wichita’s Orpheum Theatre on Saturday, June 21.

  • Shop til’ you drop at the Wichita Women’s Fair

    After 16 years at Century II, the Wichita Women’s Fair has become an annual February tradition for thousands of Kansas women.

  • Photos: Wichita Women's Fair

    After 16 years at Century II, the Wichita Women’s Fair has become an annual February tradition for thousands of Kansas women.

  • Styx, Foreigner set to perform at INTRUST Bank Arena

    Classic rockers Styx and Foreigner are coming to INTRUST Bank Arena.

  • Importance of Wichita's first-ever Art Day of Giving fundraiser

    Wichita’s first-ever, “Art Day of Giving (ArtDOG),” fundraising drive to support Wichita’s arts and cultural organizations is quickly approaching and aspirations for the event are high.  

  • Upcoming event for chocolate lovers


    If you’re looking for a last minute Valentine’s Day gift, it's not too late to purchase tickets to this year’s 8th Annual Death by Chocolate. The event will take place on Saturday, March 8, from 7 PM – 10 PM, at Exploration Place.

  • Exploration Place to open new art gallery

    As a part of Wichita’s first-ever Art Day of Giving event, Exploration Place will unveil a brand new art exhibit on Friday, February 28, from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM.

  • Circus rolls through Wichita

    Over the weekend, the Midian Shrine Circus will perform 8 performances packed full of action and entertainment at the Hartman Arena.

    The circus line-up includes clowns, unicyclists, motorcycles, magic shows, acrobatics, and trained animals.

  • Photos: Midian Shrine Circus

    Over the weekend, the Midian Shrine Circus will perform 8 performances packed full of action and entertainment at the Hartman Arena. The circus line-up includes clowns, unicyclists, motorcycles, magic shows, acrobatics, and trained animals.

  • Runners participate in snowy Cupid's Combo 5K

    Numerous couples celebrated Valentine’s Day a week early by running in the 2014 Cupid’s Combo and Frigid 10K. Despite the light snow shower and freezing temps, the race was not canceled and took place on Saturday, February 8 at the Sedgwick County Park.

  • Photos: Cupid's Combo 5K

    Numerous couples celebrated Valentine’s Day a week early by running in the 2014 Cupid’s Combo and Frigid 10K. Despite the light snow shower and freezing temps, the race was not canceled and took place on Saturday, February 8 at the Sedgwick County Park.

  • ‘Art Day of Giving’ provides new fundraising opportunity for the Wichita arts

    An opportunity for community members to help support their favorite local arts organizations is now available, thanks to a brand new fundraising event in Wichita. “Art Day of Giving (ArtDOG),” Wichita’s first-ever 24-hour online charitable fundraising campaign for local arts organizations,  will provide a great opportunity for the Wichita community to raise awareness and funds for the local arts…

  • Naturalization ceremony welcomes nearly 100 new U.S. citizens

    Nearly 100 individuals took a solemn oath to become U.S. citizens in a naturalization ceremony at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita.

  • Photos: U.S. Citizen Naturalization Ceremony

    Nearly 100 individuals took a solemn oath to become U.S. citizens in a naturalization ceremony at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita.

  • Only the brave do the Polar Plunge

    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to jump into a freezing cold lake in the middle of winter? That’s exactly what a few people got  to find out at this year’s Wichita Polar Plunge.

  • Photos: Polar Plunge 2014

    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to jump into a freezing cold lake in the middle of winter? Brave individuals took the plunge into O.J. Watson Park’s 39 degree lake on Saturday, February 1. With an outside temperature of 26 degrees, the cold was enough to have participants running for warmth after taking the plunge. The Polar Plunge is a yearly fundraiser that raises money for the Special…

  • Motley Crue's Final Farewell Tour coming to Wichita

    After more than three decades together, iconic rock ‘n roll band Motley Crue announced today their Final Tour and the band’s ultimate retirement.

  • Harlem Globetrotters dazzle at INTRUST Bank Arena

    The Harlem Globetrotters put on a show-stopping performance at Wichita’s INTRUST Bank Arena on January 26 for their 2014 “Fans Rule” World Tour.

  • FREE children's learning event at Botanica

    Botanica is hosting a FREE Family Fun Fair on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 10 AM to 1 PM.

  • Shopping event featuring unique handmade items coming to Century II

    If you enjoy unique handmade items and décor, then make sure to attend the upcoming 6th Annual Craftapalooza & “FABuLOUS” Vintage Market at Century II, on Saturday, February 1.

  • Gordon Lightfoot to perform at Wichita's Orpheum Theatre

    Gordon Lightfoot, legendary balladeer and folk legend, will bring his 50 Years on the Carefree Highway Tour to Wichita’s Orpheum Theatre on Wednesday, March 19 at 8 PM.

     

  • Rare Classic Cars on display inside Century II

    The Starbird-Devlin Rod & Customs Charities Car Show, has brought hundreds of the finest automobiles, rods, and customs to Century II this weekend.

  • Photos: Starbird-Devlin Car Show 2014

    The Starbird-Devlin Rod & Customs Charities Car Show, has brought hundreds of the finest automobiles, rods, and customs to Century II this weekend. All proceeds for this event will go towards three local charities, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas, Starkey Inc., and the Arc of Sedgwick County.

  • Historic Delano store closing after 27 years

    The Central Plains Novelty store, located in Historic Delano, will be closing its doors after 27 years of service.

  • Wichita Public Schools Choices Fair coming to Century II

    The 2014 Choices Fair will allow parents to do “one-stop school shopping” to look at the different educational options the district offers for students. The fair will take place at Century II Exhibition Hall on is Thursday, January 30, from 5 PM to 8 PM.

  • Additional performance added to Disney Junior Live on Tour! Pirate and Princess Adventure

    Due to tremendous public response, Disney Junior Live on Tour! Pirate and Princess Adventure, has added a third performance on Friday, January 24 at 12 PM.

  • Bridal Expo takes over Century II

    The 19th Bridal & Event Expo was the place to be this weekend for anyone planning an upcoming wedding or high school dance. The event was held on Sat, Jan.11 through Sun, Jan. 12, at Century II Convention Center (located at 225 W Douglas in Wichita).

  • Rare exhibit of historic Wichita aviation photographs on display

    A new exhibit featuring rarely seen photographs of Wichita’s aviation history will be on display from Thurs, Jan. 30 through Sat, Feb. 22 at the Kansas Aviation Museum.

  • Participate in Delano’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    Wichita’s Historic Delano will be celebrating its annual St. Patrick’s Parade on Saturday, March 15, at 12:00 PM. The parade will take place in the Delano District, beginning at the Arkansas River and proceeding west along Douglas Ave to Walnut Street.

  • Special holiday exhibits on display at Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum

    If you’re not quite ready for Christmas to be over, the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum still has a few holiday exhibits open until Tuesday, January 7.

  • Photos: Vintage Miniature Christmas Trees

    The Miniature Christmas Trees exhibit is a private collection of hand-decorated trees by Sylvia Jackson. Dating back to the 1970s, Jackson started her collection with the creation of two Victorian-style trees for her sons. Since then, the collection has grown larger with a variety of different themed trees.

  • Photos: Vintage Santa Collection

    The Moore Family “Vintage Santa Collection” includes popular vintage Santa figures that date mostly back to the 1950’s and 1960’s. Some of the Santa figures are made of molded plastic, cast metal, rubber, or paper mache’ and date back earlier in the 20th century.

  • Photos: 1800s Victorian Christmas Cottage

    The Wichita Cottage, which interprets a home built in Wichita during the 1880s, is also currently decorated with Christmas décor. The Cottage is located on the museum’s fourth floor and represents a home owned by a middle class family during the 19th Century.

  • Gala of The Royal Horses to perform at INTRUST Bank Arena

    For the first time ever, riding Master Rene Gasser, creator and producer for “Gala of The Royal Horses” will be bringing his world-renowned equestrian tour to INTRUST Bank Arena on Friday, March 7.

  • IHOP celebrates 2014 with unlimited pancakes

    IHOP® is celebrating 2014 by treating customers to all you can eat Buttermilk pancakes! Starting Thursday, January 2, 2014, you’ll want to head to your local IHOP restaurant for the perennial event, “All You Can Eat Pancakes,” back for a limited time only.

  • YMCA Frosty 5K

    On Wednesday, January 1, runners and walkers kick-started their New Year’s resolutions by participating  in the YMCA 11th Annual Frosty 5K. The 5K began at the Downtown YMCA and took runners along Wichita’s Arkansas River. Proceeds raised from the race will benefit the Greater Wichita YMCA free and assisted programs.

  • Wichita's Frosty Frolic is Coming

    Are you ready Wichita? The most unique event of the winter is coming soon! The Wichita Polar Plunge® & Strut – a benefit for Special Olympics Kansas athletes – showcases brave individuals who dare to jump in the icy waters and enjoy a “frosty” frolic.

  • Photos: White Christmas Broadway

    The classic musical “White Christmas” played throughout the holiday season at the Crown Uptown Theatre. The show is a timeless classic based off the 1954 holiday film of the same name, featuring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. Audiences young and old could enjoy this American Christmas tale about two WWII soldiers who fall in love with two beautiful singing sisters that are set to perform a…

  • Wichita Malls offering extended hours for holiday shoppers

    With Christmas less than a week away, nearly one-third of Americans who plan to give gifts have yet to begin their shopping, according to the latest Consumer Reports Holiday Poll.

  • Firehouse Subs comes to Wichita

    Firehouse Subs invites the community to the grand opening of its first location in Wichita on Friday, Dec. 20, 2013.

  • On-going Holiday Christmas Events in Wichita

    1. Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
  • Orpheum Theatre announces 2014 Classic Film Series

    The 2014 Classic Film Series is the Orpheum Theatre’s annual series of films, shown monthly, celebrating a classic film's major anniversary.

  • Willie Nelson coming to Wichita's Orpheum Theatre

    Wichita’s Orpheum Theatre has announced that country legend, Willie Nelson and Family, will perform at 8 p.m. on Mar. 5.

  • The NUTCRACKER performs in Wichita

    For four decades, Ballet Wichita has been bringing the timeless performance of Tchaikovsky’s “The NUTCRACKER,” to Wichita. The company performs two public performances every year at Century II. This year’s performances are scheduled for Sat, Dec. 14 and Sun, Dec. 15.

  • Photos: The NUTCRACKER

    For four decades, Ballet Wichita has been bringing the timeless performance of Tchaikovsky’s “The NUTCRACKER,” to Wichita. The company performs two public performances every year at Century II. This year’s performances are scheduled for Sat, Dec. 14 and Sun, Dec. 15.

  • Russian National Ballet opening for the Wichita Grand Opera's 2014 season

    A classic Disney film has become the de facto American version of the fairy tale called The Sleeping Beauty, which Wichita Grand Opera will present on Sunday, January 5, at 3:30pm, in a performance by the Russian National Ballet Theatre.

  • New shows coming to Wichita's Orpheum Theatre

    The Orpheum and SMG Wichita have announced the addition of three new shows to the theatre’s 2014 lineup. The acts, which will be held at the Orpheum Theatre, feature two tributes to rock and roll icons and a popular children’s show.

  • Waterman Street renamed in honor of WSU Men's Basketball

    Play angry place

    In honor of the Wichita State University men’s basketball game, the city has approved the temporary renaming of Waterman Street to Play Angry Place. Wichita Vice Mayor Pete Meitzner will officially rename the street Monday, December 9 at 2:00 p.m. and it will remain in effect for one week. The public is invited to attend the street renaming.

  • Wichita's Light's on the River

    Lights on the River is one of Wichita’s newest annual holiday events that takes place downtown by the Arkansas river. Despite freezing temperatures, the event took place as scheduled on Saturday, December 7.

  • 'Fill the Truck' now accepting gifts for local children at Walmart

    walmart

    Walmart and The Salvation Army have begun the second annual Fill the Truck toy drive, which will bring hundreds of toys to local children.

  • Newton’s Parade of Lights kicks-off Thursday

    Newton’s Parade of Lights kicks-off Thursday

    The event  ‘Parade of Lights’ will take place on Thursday, December 5 at 6:30 PM in downtown Newton. And don’t worry about the chance of snow showers from stopping this annual event.

  • Botanica 'Illuminates' Wichita

    Botanica’s spectacular annual light display, Illuminations, is now open to the public.

  • Experience an 1800s Wichita Christmas celebration

    Nowhere else in Wichita does the holiday season come to life exactly as it did more than 100 years ago with festive music, dancing and priceless family moments.

  • Wichita's Salvation Army offering unique option for contributing

    For the second consecutive year, The Salvation Army in Wichita is offering a unique option for contributing to red kettles without pulling out any bills or coins.

  • City of Wichita to host "A Night with Santa" Tuesday evening

    Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer and City Council members will host the annual “A Night with Santa” holiday event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at the Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center, 225 W. Douglas.

  • Photos: Botanica Illuminations 2013

    Botanica’s spectacular annual light display, Illuminations, is now open to the public. The holiday event opened on Friday, November 29, and will be open every night until December 31 (except on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day).

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