Christmas is over and we’re almost done with the year. But just because the holidays are behind us doesn’t mean there’s nothing fun to do in our area! Check out these January events in Kansas City, and make plans to go to some of them. If you do, be sure to stop by Lang Chevrolet and tell us all about it!

 

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical

Christmas might be over, but Rudolph is here to stay for a few more days! If you missed out on this magical musical, don’t worry, because it’s on until January 4th! The show takes place at The Coterie Theatre on Grand Boulevard, and lasts about an hour, so it’s perfect for kids of all ages (even fully-grown adult kids)! After the final performance of the day on January 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, you can enjoy a free meet and greet with cast members. Tickets are available from The Coterie’s website.

 

Holiday Lights Tour

The weeks after the holidays can often feel like a let-down. Cheer yourself up by checking out Kansas City’s best holiday lights aboard a heated old-time trolley from now until January 3rd. Tours are put on by Kansas City Fun Trolley Tours, and reservations are required. You can call 816-500-5417 to make yours!

 

Crown Center Ice Terrace

Winter us the perfect time to practice your ice skating skills. Head down to the Crown Center and check out the ice rink. Admission is $6—free for children ages 4 and under, and adults ages 60 and over. The ice terrace is Monday through Thursday from noon to 9pm, Saturday from 10am until 11pm, and Sunday from 10am through 9pm. The only exception is New Year’s Day, when the ice terrace has limited hours of noon to 9pm. The ice rink will be at Crown Center until March 31st.

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