Wichita Aviation is a flight school that works to meet the need of individuals looking for either a career or recreational activity. Additionally, we have an interest in helping businesses recognize the us for General Aviation in their busy world.
Raising money and awareness for the Kansas Humane Society, BarkAid showcases finery from local clothiers along with a wealth of other entertainment. After Lomantini the Salon tends to their flowing tresses and makeup needs, 18 models will don garments by three area retailers to strut the runway. While the fashion flaunts onstage, guests can sample appetizers prepped by some of Wichita’s finest restaurants or sip a sophisticated martini from Xclusive Bartending’s most talented mixologists. A silent auction supports other local businesses, allowing bidders to vie for artwork, goods made by the city's artisans and cross-stitching Pomeranians, and services.
Carrie Tiemeyer proudly assumes the identity of The Bug Lady as she educates kids with the aid of more than 75 insects and animals. A teacher, Carrie began incorporating live-insect demos and activities into her lesson plans, which caused a former student to christen her with the arthropod-centric nickname. Noninsect cast members also enhance the demos, allowing science students to cozy up to hedgehogs, ferrets, reptiles, and birds. Committed to educating as many people as possible, The Bug Lady can show off her living coursework at the science academy, or escort teams of millipedes to a chariot and travel into the community for mobile demonstrations.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours
Brands Used: None
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Make-and-take events for American Girl dolls, intended for girls between ages 6 and 14
Recommended Age Group: Kids
Through its one-on-one coaching, group clinics, and camps, Wichita Football Academy teaches young players the vital fundamentals of America's most-popular sport. Students build teamwork, discipline, and self-respect as they practice speed-and-agility drills, perfect pass routes, and master footwork.
Quick—what are the colors of a rainbow? If you hesitated in answering that question, participating in an all-ages Gnarly Neon 5K could provide you with a wearable cheat sheet. During the race, spectators armed with nontoxic, washable powder make it rain blue, pink, yellow, green, and orange on runners as a live DJ pumps out high-energy beats. Each Gnarly Neon race raises money for charities like Children's Miracle Network and Big Brothers Big Sisters.