Kansas City | St. Louis Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Tuesday - March 28
The latest local Kansas City/Jefferson City/St. Louis area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Registration for Little Creek Summer Camp is OPEN! This FREE camp is organized by our friends at the Audubon Center and is open to 3rd-5th graders (going into 4th-6th grade) in FFSD. Check out the information to register here➡️https://bit.ly/36lPG10
You will hear politicians talk about high bills and inflation these days. But legislation like Rep. John Black’s CWIP Bill will raise electricity rates higher and faster than we can afford: https://missouriindependent.com/briefs/bill-allowing-utilities-to-charge-upfront-costs-to-build-nuclear-plant-advances-in-missouri-house/?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=b7dbcaac-1a4f-4a37-90e0-1bc4dc9053e9
The lap pool at the Olathe Community Center is currently unavailable due to mechanical issues.
In Unorganized Women: Repetitive Rhetorical Labor of Low-Wage Workers, 1837-1937, @UMKC professor Jane Greer taps into a cache of 700 letters written by Donnelly Garment Company workers in the 1930s. Join us for a program w/ Greer Sun. April 2: http://ow.ly/qh5s50NtarG
Congrats to Eleanor L., who has been selected to attend @MoScholars at @Mizzou this summer. She will represent @afftonhs at this three-week program for 330 of Missouri’s gifted students who are ready to begin their junior year in high school. #afftonlearns #afftonstrong
Eating less meat can reduce your carbon footprint and can be healthier for you! Join us in participating in #Meatlessmondays as we close out #NationalNutritionMonth. Find healthy vegetarian meal ideas at http://sm.eatright.org/vegmealideas.
Miranda Ericsson leads a discussion on "Like Water for Chocolate" by Laura Esquivel. Part of the TALK series, Women Around the World. 3/27 at 7pm CDT at Newton Public Library.
In celebration of #womenleaders throughout history, @LISC_HQ is hosting a convo with 3 extraordinary #communitydevelopment leaders: Denise St. Omer, Lisa Hasegawa, & Nicole Barcliff. Join the chat on 3/28 @ 2 PM CST here: http://ow.ly/MtMk50NpnZ6
Join Woodson County Historical Society for a presentation of "Kansas Music History" with Derrick Doty. 3/27 at 6:30pm CDT https://bit.ly/3TDCJnU #humanitieseveryday