EXPLORING KANSAS CITY
APRIL 18, 2015
Join the next Roamin’ Catholic adventure on Saturday, April 18th. The bus leaves Sacred Heart at 7:45 a.m. The first stop is the WWI Museum, rated the #1 attraction in K.C. by Trip Advisor. A guided tour will take you through interactive displays, thought-provoking films and eyewitness testimonies that make the museum one of the largest collections of WWI artifacts in the world. (Note: There are several steps to reach the top of the Liberty Memorial Tower which overlooks Kansas City).
Lunch will be at Lidia’s Italy where you will be able to partake of three different pastas along with their matching sauces.
Next is the TWA Museum. Former TWA employees will show us old planes, china used by the airline, stewardess outfits through the years, and many other items. You will also be able to sit in a simulator and fly a Constellation.
Balsano’s Gelato Cafe will be our next stop. In the center of the revitalized Power and Light District in downtown Kansas City, you can order from freshly made gelato options or just enjoy some of their delicious coffee.
The last stop will be for Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The Cathedral, also known as the “gold dome”, was built in 1882 and is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Kansas City/St. Joseph.
We will return home around 7:30 p.m. The cost for this adventure is $78/person (not including gelato). Checks should be made out to Sacred Heart and sent to the parish office or Ron Meyer at 1716 Cunningham Road, Columbia, Mo. 65203. Ron can be reached for questions at 573-445-2270 or email@example.com.