We curate a Wichita weekday itinerary of the city’s best events, activities, restaurants, and more, every week, just for you.

February, 3; 6 – 8 P.M.

Wright in Wichita Series

255 N Roosevelt St., 67208

Follow the lectures to discover how Wright’s personal life and professional career landed Wichita two important structures from both his early and late design periods. Happening every Monday in February, the first event will focus on the architect’s early years.

COST: $80/person for entire series, or $25/person per topic; MORE INFO.

February, 4; 6 – 8 P.M.

Terre Rouge & Easton Wine Tasting

3252 E. Douglas, Suite 106. 67208

Join Vora Restaurant European for a tasting of Terre Rouge & Easton Wines. Les Doss from the winery will be on hand to showcase their Sierra Foothills California wines, voted one of Wine & Spirits Top 100 Wineries of 2019. Light hors d’oeuvres will be provided.

COST: $30; MORE INFO.

February, 5; 7 P.M.

Wichita Thunder vs. Utah Grizzlies

INTRUST Bank Arena, 500 E Waterman St., 67202.

The Thunder takes on the Grizzlies from West Valley City, Utah. As a member team of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL), The Thunder has called INTRUST Bank Arena home in Wichita since 2010. Watch them play there this Wednesday.

COST: Adults $11 and up. Children, Miltary, and Seniors, $9 and up; MORE INFO.

February, 6; 1 P.M.

Home Show 2020

Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center, 225 W Douglas Ave, 67202.

As the longest continuously running pubic event of its type, the Wichita Area Builders Annual Association Home Show is host to over 250 companies and vendors that come together to exhibit the latest in home-related products and services. The event runs through Sunday, February 9.

COST: Adults, $10. Seniors, $8. Children, $4. 6 and under, free; MORE INFO.

February, 6; Doors Open, 6 P.M., 7 P.M. Show

Skillet

The Cotillion, 11120 W Kellogg Dr, 67209.

Check out Skillet, with special guests From Ashes to New, and Ledger, at the Cotillion. The Chrisitan rock band was formed in 1996 in Memphis, Tennessee, and has released ten albums, including Collide and Comatose, which were both Grammy-nominated.

COST: $30; MORE INFO.

February, 6; 6 – 8 P.M.

Beer & Jazz

Hopping Gnome Brewing Company, 1710 E Douglas Ave, 67214.

Every first Thursday, enjoy beer and jazz at Hopping Gnome. Located in the Douglas Design District, Hopping Gnome Brewing Company joined the growing craft beer community as the first taproom in Wichita, KS.

COST: Free; MORE INFO.