Argentine is a small community in Kansas City, Kansas. At first view, it doesn't seem that it would offer much more than a drive through an older residential area. However, it has several interesting and historical sites including the Anthology of Argentine Mural and the last Carnegie library ever built. The mural is thirty feet tall and more than 200 yards long. It depicts the history of the Argentine area from the days of the Hopewells, the earliest known inhabitants, to our own day and beyond. The paintings are beautiful and thought provoking! A picture IS worth a 1,000 words!
This regional opera company, the oldest performing arts organization in the city, is currently celebrating its 43rd season. The group
presents four works each year in September, November, March and May. Past operas include Madame Butterfly, Carmen, Die Fledermaus ...
This well respected, professional theater company founded in 1979 offers “a stage for every age” by presenting new works and
beloved classics for the entire family. Located on the first floor of downtown's Crown Center , the Coterie strives ...
The Westin Crown Center hotel is centrally located downtown within Hallmark's Crown Center an 85 acre complex of shops, restaurants
and theaters and is just minutes from the Liberty Memorial. The Westin's atrium lobby boasts a spectacular five story ...