Mar 26  TBA
Wichita Toy Train Club
Location: Wichita Toy Train Club & Museum - 130 S. Laura

"The Wichita Toy Train Club" (WTTC) is an organization of collectors and operators for both classic tinplate and current hi-rail trains. Club members are generally oriented toward "O-gauge" (Lionel, MTH, Atlas, Williams, Weaver, Marx) and "S-gauge" (American Flyer). Some members are also interested in the larger "G" and smaller "HO" and "N" gauges, with some extensive layouts house at our museum. Come visit us, and we can put you in touch with many other model toy organizations.

Mar 26  8:00 am
Sunday Brunch at Doo-Dah Diner
Location: Doo-Dah Diner - 206 E. Kellogg
Contact Phone: (316) 265-7011

Enjoy a delicious brunch buffet from Doo-Dah Diner every Sunday. Their Sunday brunch occurs from 8:00 am-2:00 pm and includes unlimited buffet service and beverage for $19.99 each and $9.99 for children.

Call ahead seating is recommended.

Mar 26  10:00 am
Voyage to Vietnam: Celebrating the Tet Festival
Location: Exploration Place - 300 N McLean Blvd.
Contact Email: discover@exploration.org    Phone: (316) 660-0600

Immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, dress and food of Vietnamese culture and traditions. Try your hand at the popular game Bau cua ca cop. Dance with a lion mask. Pose for an interactive family photo. Program your own fireworks show.

Voyage to Vietnam: Celebrating the Tet Festival was created by Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose, and is part of the Freeman Foundation Asian Culture Exhibit Series, funded by the Freeman Foundation and administered by Association of Children’s Museums.

Mar 26  10:00 am
Discover the Ice Age
Location: Exploration Place - 300 N McLean Blvd.
Contact Email: discover@exploration.org    Phone: (316) 660-0600

Travel back in time to a frigid world where woolly mammoths, dire wolves, saber-toothed cats, massive bears and cave people roam. Encounter how these animals and humans adapt to this world through life-sized animatronics. Touch real fossils from this time period. Examine cave drawings found throughout Europe.

Discover the Ice Age is produced by Imagine Exhibitions.

Mar 26  10:00 am
Voyage to Vietnam Spring Break
Location: Exploration Place - 300 N McLean Blvd.
Contact Email: discover@exploration.org    Phone: 3166600600

Voyage to Vietnam Spring Break
Friday, March 17 - Sunday, March 26

Museum Tet Festival

Saturday, March 18

Immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture with special dances, fashion shows, food, music, games and more featuring local Vietnamese organizations, groups and vendors. Plus, celebrate Tet, the Vietnamese New Year with the museum’s own re-creation of Tet Festival.

Mar 26  10:00 am
Midwest Hunt Fest
Location: Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center - 225 W. Douglas Ave.
Contact Phone: (346) 264-9121

The Midwest Hunt Fest and Gun Show will be returning to Century II in 6th year from March 24-26. This show is perfect for the outdoor sportsman. The event will last three days and exhibitors will have outfitters, anglers, guides, hunts, archery supplies, camo and apparel, guns & ammo, knives, blinds, calls, and much more! There will also be several entertaining events and contests!

Show Dates & Times:
Friday, March 24 from 1:00pm-8:00pm
Saturday, March 25 from 10:00am-7:00pm
Sunday, March 26 from 10:00am-5:00pm

Mar 26  11:30 am
Sunday Lunch at the Wichita Scottish Rite Center
Location: Venue at 332 - Wichita Scottish Rite Center - 332 E. First St. N.
Contact Phone: (316) 263-4218

Join the Wichita Scottish Rite Center for Sunday Family Lunch from 11:30am-2:00pm. Enjoy all you can eat chicken & noodles, mashed potatoes and green beans all for $10 and treat yourself to a dessert or two for $1 each. Dine in or carry out options are available, but restrictions may apply on carry out orders.

This event is a fundraiser for the Rainbow for Girls Star Assembly #6.

Mar 26  2:00 pm
Cowtown Lecture: Victorian Gardens
Location: Old Cowtown Museum - 1865 W. Museum Blvd.
Contact Name: Jessica Jones    Email: jejones@wichita.gov    Phone: (316) 350-3323

Where: Visitor Center
Presented by Anthony Horsch, Education Director at Old Cowtown

Today, gardens are a pleasant hobby for some, but not a large part of most people’s lives. Many are concerned that their lawn look nice, but that is the extent for many. In the Victorian era, gardens, and there are many forms of them, were an essential part of life and reflected ideals and values of their age. We will look the different styles of gardens and the meanings behind them. Maybe in the end you will embrace a green thumb!

The Old Cowtown Museum grounds will not be open to the public during lectures.

Mar 26  4:00 pm
Sunday Gathering
Location: Siena Tuscan Steakhouse - 104 S. Broadway
Contact Email: siena@ambassadorhc.com    

Join Siena Tuscan Steakhouse for a casual evening of comfort food and 1/2 price bottles of select wine each Sunday night featuring Traditional Italian “Porchetta” – pork belly stuffed with pork tenderloin, garlic, herbs and olive oil, served over potato gnocchi and kale. Full menu also available: www.Sienawichita.com/menus/dinner/

Mar 26  6:00 pm
Roxy's Downtown Presents The Golden Girls
Location: Roxy's Downtown - 412 1/2 E. Douglas
Contact Email: admin@roxysdowntown.com    Phone: (316) 263-4400

Back by popular demand, Roxy's Downtown presents The Golden Girls, a theatrical parody that is sure to please everyone!

Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Rated PG-13, 18 to enter & 21 to drink.

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