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Get Your Sugar Fix at The JCCC Pastry Shop
If you need an eclair stat, you have just a few more minutes to get over to the Johnson County Community College Pastry Shop.
Every Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. during the semester, culinary students
crank out homemade pies, tortes, and chocolate candies. It's a classic
bake shop that just happens to be on a college campus.
Mix It Up
It is time again to witness bartenders from across the city come
together to see who'll make the last cocktail standing. The third
-- a benefit for the Halo Foundation -- is Sunday, November 22, at the
Uptown Theater. The event kicks off at 6 p.m. with the 11 finalists mixing their drinks (one original, one classic cocktail) live and
on-stage to compete for the $1,000 grand prize. Tickets are $5 at the door.
Discover Thanksgiving wines this weekend
not to have to worry about the wine on Thanksgiving. But rather than
rely on the dusty bottle your Aunt brought, you can learn what to pick
out ahead of time at the November wine class taught by Vino Bello
on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. Held at Bravo Italian Restaurant in Zona
Rosa, the class costs $35 per person. Reservations can be made the day
of the class at 816-753-9463.
Happy Anniversary O'Dowd's
O'Dowd's Little Dublin Irish Pub on the Plaza celebrates its 13th Anniversary this weekend. The party starts Friday at 10 p.m. and then it's back to the '90s for a retro night on Saturday. Heat lamps are at full blast, so there's still time to enjoy the rooftop deck.
Ice Skating And Hot Cocoa
It's time to embrace winter and that starts when you lace up the ice skates and wrap your mittens around a cup of hot cocoa. You can do both when the ice skating rink at Park Place in Leawood opens on Saturday at noon. Ice skating is half-price ($3) until 2 p.m.
[Image via Flickr: calebdzahad]