A free seminar for all kids of Wichita and the surrounding areas. Non-violent conflict resolution in dealing with bullies. Gain the confidence to enjoy school again and be able to focus on your studies instead of your safety!
This event is the largest event sponsored by the Down Syndrome Society of Wichita. Formerly known as the Buddy Walk, it is a one-mile parade route, along with the annual (and largest) day of giving and largest opportunity for volunteers to show their support!
Speak Out about Domestic Violence is a platform for survivors to share their stories, build awareness, encourage others, and provide support. General Admission Tickets are FREE!
This day is recognized to bring awareness to metastatic breast cancer. Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC), also known as Stage IV, is cancer that has spread outside of the breast to other organs such as bones, liver, lung or brain.
A day to remember and celebrate pregnancies and babies lost too soon. There will be a free remembrance celebration with butterflies and bubbles, followed by a 5K run/walk starting and ending at the Blue Earth Plaza.
On October 15th at 7:00 p.m. in time zones all over the world, candles will be lit during The Wave of Light in memory of the babies who have died too soon. Continue that world glow and spread awareness about this special day that everyone can participate in.
Grab your girlfriends for a free dinner while learning about updated breast health guidelines and the latest technology for breast care. Hear from experts, get a free breast exam, and receive fun giveaways!
Open dialogue about mental health and breaking stigma with Zack McDermott, recipient of the 2019 Imagine Award for the International Bipolar Foundation. He is the author of Gorilla and the Bird, a story of hope shared by a mother and son about their journey with mental health.
Spend the day enjoying educational sessions on topics relevant to aging well in Johnson County. Meet and explore the many businesses and services available to you or your aging loved ones.
Enjoy a mouth-watering lunch from a special event menu at Texas Roadhouse. Tickets are $17 and funds raised will benefit thousands of northeast Kansas kids living with anxiety, depression, ADHD, and other mental health issues.