Kansas City is a diverse town with divergent interests and a wide variety of clubs and organizations to answer any need you may have. Be sure to experience the best of Kansas City's:

Kansas City / Regional History

  • Westport Historical Society - Promotes and fosters interest and preservation of the significant history of Westport, the Town of Kansas, and their founders with a special museum, the Harris-Kearney House, and by giving walking tours of the town and holding special events.
  • The Heritage League of Greater Kansas City - your source for information about the history and cultural development of the Greater Kansas City area. Are you looking for cool historical stuff that's fun, educational and enjoyable for the whole family? Tour Kansas City's Calendar of Events can help you plan your vacation.
  • Trails Head Chapter of the Oregon-California Trails Association - dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the trans-Mississippi emigrant trails by giving trail tours, lectures and holding other special events. OCTA also operates a bookstore and publishes both a scholarly journal and a quarterly newsletter.

Arts and Culture

  • Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee - The mission of the Jubilee is to unite Kansas City area educational, cultural and film organizations in a celebration of local independent filmmaking, enhance opportunities for the filmmaker to develop their craft and art, and increase the public's awareness and support of local filmmaking as a cultural and economic asset.
  • ACLU of Kansas and Western Missouri - ACLU's local affiliate here in KC. ACLU protects and defends the Constitutional rights and civil liberties of every individual in Kansas and Western Missouri regardless of creed, race, religion or other labeling through education, advocacy, and litigation.
  • Archaeological Institute of America - Kansas City/Lawrence chapter, calendar, past lectures, national organization. The AIA exists to promote archaeological inquiry and public understanding of the material record of the human past worldwide. The Institute is committed to preserving the world's archaeological resources and cultural heritage for the benefit of people in the present and in the future. Believing that greater understanding of the past enhances our shared sense of humanity and enriches our existence, the AIA seeks to educate people of all ages about the significance of archaeological discovery.
  • Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City -Features a comprehensive database and searchable events calendar covering most of the numerous arts and cultural organizations in the region.
  • Community Resource Network - Providing Kansas City area nonprofit organizations with communications, applications and information sharing technology to improve operations and achieve their objectives
  • Esperanto Association of Kansas City - An easy-to-learn, culturally neutral international language
  • Film Society of Greater Kansas City - Film facts, coming soon, reviews, links, membership, activities
  • Heart to Heart International - Mobilizing volunteers to meet needs throughout the world
  • Heartland Men's Chorus - A not-for-profit, volunteer chorus of gay and gay-sensitive people who are making a positive cultural contribution to the entire community.
  • Kansas Audio-Reader Network - Reading daily newspapers, magazines and books for blind and print-impaired people
  • Kansas City Civic Orchestra - The Civic Orchestra presents quality orchestral concerts to the public free of charge. The site highlights upcoming free concerts, orchestra personnel, and audio downloads of performances by this all volunteer orchestra.
  • Kansas Humanities Council - Promoting informed thinking about history, traditions and ideas
  • PenPal Inc. - Meet new friends around the world
  • Role-Players Guild of Kansas City, Ltd. - Promoting excellence in all forms of role-play gaming
  • Son Venezuela - Salsa Music band in Kansas City. Visit the site to know when to watch live latin music in the midwest
  • Kansas Storytelling Festival - The Kansas Storytelling Festival brings world renowned storytellers to the State every spring. Visitors enjoy these tremendous talents all located within the quaint and quiet rural town of Downs, KS. While Downs isn't known for it's size, we are known for our hospitality, heart, and small town charm.
  • Urban League of Greater Kansas City - Working to improve conditions for African Americans and other minorities
  • Zenith Boosters Club - Discussing issues affecting Kansas City, the nation and the world.
  • art has no boundaries - Cultural events in Kansas City and Johnson County


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