At Watermark come see David Grann Thursday, July 20 for an author talk and signing of his book The Killers of the Flower Moon.
The Crowsons will be playing their Bluegrass Music at Watermark tomorrow, July 21st, beginning at 6:00 pm.
And next up for Camp Watermark: The Camp That Shall Not Be Named. Register to bring the kids on Wednesday, July 26th, from 11-1:30 for a literary youth camp for ages 7-11.
And coming up at the Wichita Art Museum: Mid-Kansas Jewish Federation Summer Film Series “Dough.” Come Sunday, July 23rd at 2:00 for this free event.
Wichita Parks & Rec is hosting a Trash Cleanup for Pawnee Prairie Park this Saturday the 22nd from 9-noon. Come help make our parks clean and beautiful.
The next time to swim for free is this Saturday the 22nd at Linwood from 1-6. (Thanks Wichita on the Cheap!)
Up next in the KEYN Summer Concert Series is Annie Up. Come to the lovely Wichita WaterWalk tomorrow the 21st from 6:30-10. Meander, dance, and enjoy food and drinks.
Come see Rodwick Pocowatchit on July 22 at 1 pm at the Mid-American All-Indian Center as he discusses his films for the Indians in the Arts exhibit opening.
The next Market-to-Table experience at Old Town Farmers’ Market is with Reverend Cindy Watson. Come at 9 am to learn and eat fresh.
Tonight join the Learning Circle: The Art of Poetry from 5:30-7:30. This 6-week course on learning more about appreciating poems is free but registration is required.
Tomorrow’s Summer Throwback Movie is The Mighty Ducks
And at Westlink, come learn more about Amelia Earhart from 2:30-3:30 this Saturday the 22nd. “Scholar and performer Ann Birney of Ride Into History will present this historical performance as Amelia Earhart in honor of Amelia’s 120th birthday.”
See all Upcoming Library Events here.
Have a great weekend!