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



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Bourbon Dinner

Monday, March 2; 6 PM – 9 PM
Newport Grill Wichita, 1900 N Rock Rd, 67206

Enjoy a special evening at Newport Grill in Bradley Fair with their Bourbon Dinner. The event includes a five-course menu, each with its own unique bourbon.

Cost: Call (316) 636-9555. More Info



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Disney On Ice: Celebrate Memories!

Thursday, March 5 – Sunday, March 8; Times Vary
INTRUST Bank Arena, 500 E Waterman St, 67202

See your favorite Disney stories and characters come to life on ice, including Frozen, Toy Story, Moana, Fantasia, and more – like Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy!

Cost: $15 and up. More Info



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First Friday: Feral Fields by Rachel Foster

Friday, March 6; 5 PM – 7 PM
Newman University – DeMattias Fine Arts Center, 3100 W McCormick, 67213

Rachel Foster’s Feral Fields includes formalist depictions of life in a home with two autistic sons. Foster lives and paints in rural Valley Center, KS with her family.

Cost: Free. More Info



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Hops for Hope

Tuesday, March 3; 3 PM – 10 PM
Hopping Gnome Brewing Company, 1710 E Douglas Ave., 67214

Help support SheHopes.org at Hopping Gnome Brewing Company. 10% of sales will benefit the Wichita-based nonprofit that helps women and girls around the world through education and more.

Cost: Free. More Info



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Outdoor Living and Landscape Show

Friday, March 6 – Sunday, March 8; Times Vary
Century II, 225 W Douglas, 67202

Get ideas for your landscaping, yard, gardening, patio, deck, and more at the Outdoor Living and Landscape Show. Plus, learn from the pros with presentations by experts from K-State.

Cost: Adults: $10. Children ages 5-12: $5. More Info



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Magician Daniel Martin

Friday, March 6; 7 PM – 8:30 PM
WSU SAC, 1845 Fairmount, 67260

Catch Daniel Martin’s high-energy magic show, a unique mix of sleight of hand and hilarious comedy. Daniel has been featured on Netflix, CBS, NBC, and Discovery.

Cost: Free to WSU students. General admission: $5. Kids 12 and under: $1. More Info