Arts at a glance

June 7, 2013 

June 6 MCC Longview Young Artists group show

Opening reception will be June 6, 4-7 p.m. Young and emerging Kansas City artists will be featured in the MCC-Longview Young Artists Group Show. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, noon-4 p.m.

June 7 Downtown Days…Streets Alive festival

Noon-10 p.m. ART a’LIVE: Watch live art demonstrations and participate with interactive art sculptures all weekend long. Located on Third Street between Market Street and SW Main Street.

June 8 Downtown Days…Streets Alive festival

10 a.m.-10 p.m. ART a’LIVE: Watch live art demonstrations and participate with interactive art sculptures all weekend long. Located on Third Street between Market Street and SW Main Street.

June 9 Downtown Days…Streets Alive festival

11 a.m.-4 p.m. ART a’LIVE: Watch live art demonstrations and participate with interactive art sculptures all weekend long. Located on Third Street between Market Street and SW Main Street.

June 16 Flag Day Concert

2:30 p.m. & 6:30 p.m., The Pavilion at John Knox Village.

June 15 LS Symphony performs at Kauffman

8 p.m. Kauffman Center.

June 21 Rock the Green Concert

7-10:30 p.m. Green Street in Downtown Lee’s Summit on the City Hall Plaza. Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation presents the first of three, free, live concerts featuring bands from all over the Kansas City metro. The first in the series is “Rock the Green”. This concert features classic rock from the sixties and seventies. Bands playing are “Fast Johnny Ricker,” “The People Next Door,” “Rick Bacus Band” and “Shmedleys .

June 29 Backyard Bash free movie night

5-7 p.m. VIP Meet and Greet with Spider-Man, also appearing Batman, Superman, Mac from the Missouri Mavericks and Ollie from Paradise Park. This is a great opportunity for your kids to get a picture with their favorite hero or mascot. “The Amazing Spiderman” will start at dusk. Please bring a blanket or chair as this movie will be outdoors in front of the stage. No outside food or drink is allowed. We will have a concession stand available outdoors and the Paradise Park café will be open inside all night.

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