Today is International Women’s Day — here’s how to celebrate in Kansas City
An Equal World is an Enabled World! Celebrate Women all Month Long in Kansas City
Today is International Women’s Day, a century-old holiday dedicated to women’s rights celebrated every year on March 8.
Here’s how to celebrate the day in Kansas City, paying tribute to all the awesome women in your life today as well as throughout Women’s History Month.
On March 8th, women can enjoy 10 percent off Italian eats for lunch and dinner at downtown’s Tavernonna.
Head over to Mission Taco Joint to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8. Three standout women in the KC beverage industry will be mixing up awesome cocktails to pair with delicious tacos.
They will be donating a dollar from every special cocktail from 2-4 p.m. to the Women’s Foundation.
Patio season is here, with temperatures in the sixties this weekend.
Celebrate International Women’s Day by sipping some champagne at Ca Va.
Ca Va is kicking off their Patio Party series with Mass St. Fish House of Lawrence for a night of seafood and bubbles. Reserve your spot today for $60. The price of admission includes dinner and two glasses of sparkling wine.
Support young girls this year for International Women’s Day and enjoy delicious wines from Amigoni Urban Winery on March 8. The event is $15 per person online or at the door.
Make your own Farmhouse Chicks with your favorite chick on March 8th at Chicken N Pickle. Tickets are $30 and include all supplies and your first glass of wine. Reserve your spot here before they sell out.
Appreciate women in the food and beverage industry for Women’s History Month. Join Corvino on March 11th for their March Raven’s Nest Winemaker Series dinner, featuring Ashley Trout of Brook & Bull, Walla Walla, Washington. Ashley Trout is an incredible woman in the wine world and was named 40 Under 40 by Wine Enthusiast. Enjoy dinner and wine pairings for $124 per person. Reserve your spot today.
On March 16th, head to KU for an Open Mic Night in honor of International Women’s Day. Hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Emily Taylor Center for Women and Gender Equity, International Support Services at KU and Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies. The event is free and catered. Want to perform? Sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Five Kansas City chefs are coming together on March 30 to host a fundraiser dinner that celebrates the women in their lives who ignited their culinary spark. The 5-course fundraiser dinner will be hosted by Chef Shanita Bryant at Urban Cafe KC for $75. The money raised will go to The Prospect, a non-profit providing quality culinary training for low income individuals who are hungry to learn. Reserve your spot here.
Everyday is a good day to celebrate the success of women, but March is the perfect time to pay homage to the tremendous accomplishments of women in Kansas City.