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“Grinnin’ & Groovin” Event Series for Kids - Brain Wendling Juggling Show, June 26

Expires [Tuesday, June 26, 2018]

CONTACT:April Bishop
Cultural Arts Coordinator
(913) 663-9157

EVENT:“Grinnin’ & Groovin” Event Series for Kids
Brain Wendling Juggling Show

DATE:Tuesday June 26, 2018

TIME:9:30 a.m.

LOCATION:The Lodge at Ironwoods Park
147th & Mission Road, Leawood KS 66224

ENTRY FEE:Free

GRINNIN’ & GROOVIN’ CULTURAL EVENTS FOR KIDS

The Leawood Arts Council, in conjunction with the Parks and Recreation Department, will provide “Grinnin’ & Groovin’” entertainment for the entire family each Tuesday, June 5 through June 26th. The event series concludes with a wildly funny juggling show by Brain Wendling on Tuesday, June 26th.

Brian Wendling has been a favorite with Kansas City area audiences for decades. He pops ping-pong balls out of his mouth, bounces balls on a drum, spins ropes, and weaves magic with a Chinese yo-yo. Whether he is climbing an unsupported ladder or performing feats on a rolling globe, he will grab your attention... and keep you laughing!

Wendling is an International Jugglers' Association champion who combines award-winning juggling, comedy and audience participation into high-energy entertainment. His personable wit and versatility have captivated audiences as a performer at Disney World, as an opening act for the Guess Who, and as a feature soloist with the Kansas City Symphony. He has also been named Best Stage Entertainer at the Kansas City Renaissance Festival on numerous occasions. Brian's performances are a visual feast


Each program will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will last approximately one hour. Bring your entire family for fun-filled entertainment that will thrill children of all ages. This performances will be held inside the Lodge at Ironwoods Park. The Lodge offers floor and chair seating.

Come to Ironwoods Park to enjoy the entertainment and stay to visit the Historic Oxford Schoolhouse or the Prairie Oak Nature Center.

For more information please call the Leawood Arts Council (913) 663-9157 or visit www.leawood.org.





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