Wichita Kansas Events, Entertainment, Restaurants and Attractions
Search

What's New on 360Wichita.com:

View RSS Feed

Wichita Blog

Categories
Archives
Items 25 - 36 of 263
Hiking In Kansas

Hiking In Kansas

July 13, 2018 | Local

When I was first planning to come to Wichita from Long Beach I happened to have met a couple from here. They described Wichita as a small town with a highway running through it and a mall on each end. If you think about it literally, I suppose I can see where t...

Read More

The Future of Baseball in ICT

The Future of Baseball in ICT

July 11, 2018 | Local

Ahhhhh – Summertime! Picnics, family reunions, cookouts, swimming, and of course baseball! Wichita has a deep history to the sport dubbed “America's favorite pastime.” This history was so elegantly detailed in a previous a previous article wri...

Read More

Harvester Arts: Artists-in-Residence

Harvester Arts: Artists-in-Residence

July 6, 2018 | Local

Over the years, Harvester Arts (215 N. Washington) has been providing an invaluable service to the Wichita community. Not only does the nonprofit organization’s Artist-in-Residence program bring diverse, internationally acclaimed artists to Wichita, but a...

Read More

Light Out for the Territories - Lindsborg, Lucas, Wilson

Light Out for the Territories - Lindsborg, Lucas, Wilson

June 28, 2018 | Local

Yawning, breakfast, coffee. 10:00am we hit the road, not-exactly-sharp. Waves of sun through halfway cloudy skies, rolling hills – blue and purple, sprawling greens and golden prairie. Hawks are circling, horses are grazing; sheep, goats, cows and barns. ...

Read More

Where to Get Away from the Noise in Wichita

Where to Get Away from the Noise in Wichita

June 12, 2018 | Local

We are bombarded with noise in today's society. From our cell phones and email, to the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life, we are repeatedly smacked with notifications and updates that contribute to the intense volume of modern day living. The cacophony can b...

Read More

Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Wichita

Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Wichita

June 5, 2018 | Local

June is Immigrant Heritage Month in the United States, a time to celebrate our heritage as a nation of immigrants and to reflect on all the contributions many immigrants have made and continue to contribute to our country.

Read More

Old Wichita Riverfest Buttons

Old Wichita Riverfest Buttons

May 30, 2018 | Local

The first Wichita Riverfest button debuted in 1972 when the festival was called The Wichitennial River Festival and Traders Day. Each year since then, the buttons have featured a new, locally sourced design. Buttons cost $1 until 1990, when they were ...

Read More

Why I Loved Volunteering to Paint Douglas Street Murals

Why I Loved Volunteering to Paint Douglas Street Murals

May 28, 2018 | Local

Every year during Avenue Art days, you see new murals painted on the sides of the buildings that run along the Douglas Design District. Instead of looking up for these murals, there's a new one painted on the street. Over the course of two days, April 13 and 20...

Read More

The Douglas Design District 2020 Vision Project

The Douglas Design District 2020 Vision Project

May 23, 2018 | Local

I moved back to Wichita, my hometown, last year after spending nearly 25 years in Chicago. I work in city revitalization and played a leadership role in transforming Chicago’s Loop from a singular office market into a mixed-use, “24/7” de...

Read More

Reuben Saunders Gallery: 40th Anniversary

Reuben Saunders Gallery: 40th Anniversary

May 22, 2018 | Local

May 22, 2018 is a major milestone for gallerist, Reuben Saunders: his Gallery’s 40th Anniversary. Over the course of two Final Friday exhibitions (May 25th and June 29th), Reuben will be celebrating this remarkable achievement by honoring the many artists...

Read More

Save the Kechi Playhouse!

Save the Kechi Playhouse!

May 11, 2018 | Local

The Kechi Playhouse, originally home of the Kechi United Methodist Church, is a landmark structure constructed in 1920. Converted to a community theater in 1983, the Kechi Playhouse is the longest continuously operated business in Kechi. Unfortunately, time and...

Read More

Celebrating Mom!

Celebrating Mom!

May 9, 2018 | Local

“All that I am or hope to be, I owe to my mother."– Abraham Lincoln As a busy mother of four daughters and three stepchildren, I believe I'm qualified enough to say that being a mom is hard work. Most days I feel like a cook, chauffeur, referee, hai...

Read More

Items 25 - 36 of 263

Newest Contests

No contests at this time.
360ideas
Wichita Thunder Scholfield Honda