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Art is part of our everyday life in Overland Park.
Overland Park embraces art from free concerts to iconic art installations. The city provides cultural amenities from live performances to sculpture and art collections.
Art & Sculptures
You see examples of the city's art collections around every corner, from the permanent collections at the Overland Park Convention Center and community centers to sculptures in parks and the Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens.
Overland Park has a Public Art Master Plan that guides when, where and what type of art will be installed. Efforts are made by the city's arts coordinator and the Friends of the Overland Park Arts to ensure equity among wards.
The Overland Park Fall Festival and Parade celebrated it's 54th year on Saturday, Sept. 26, in Downtown Overland Park. It was a fantastic day with great fun. Plan to join us.
- Children's First Wednesday Fun: Entertainment for kids at 10 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month, except January and February. Free admission.
April 1 - Mr. Stinky Feet at TRCC,
May 6 - Johnny Percussion at TRCC
June 3 - Funky Mama at TRCC
July 8 - Johnny Percussion at Matt Ross Community Center (MRCC), 8101 Marty
Aug. 5 - Dino O'Dell at TRCC
Sept. 2 - Priscilla Howe Stories and Puppets at TRCC
Oct. 7 - Stone Lion Puppet Theatre at TRCC
Nov. 4 - Rockin' Rob at MRCC
Dec. 20 Stone Lion Puppet Theatre at TRCC
- Overland Park Civic Band Concert, Admission is free.
Spring Concert - Sunday, March 29, 3 p.m. at Shawnee Mission West High School, 8800 W. 85th Street
- Overland Park Orchestra Concert, Admission is free.
Spring Concert - Sunday, May 17, 3 p.m. at TRCC
The Gallery is in transition as we bring in the art for the 2015 Juried Exhibition. Plan to stop by the opening reception on Friday, April 3, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Awards will be announced at 6:30 p.m.