What we're about

We are a group of all ages and social backgrounds who endeavor to inspire each other to be our best, to be more fit, more successful, have fun with one another and create lasting friendships by sharing all types of social experiences together.

Upcoming events (5)

Writer's Roundtable: Goals, UnBlocking and Interactive Writing

Pop Up Art Gallery

Writer's Roundtable are gatherings designed to bring together local writers, musicians, authors, poets, and creatives, to discuss ideas and ongoing projects, break writers block and fun prompt writing exercises.

Where: KC Art Club
920 Baltimore Ave (64105)
(located in a gallery, across the street from the Downtown Library)
Free street parking around the block, after 6pm. Parking garage next to the building, too)

What time: 6pm to 930PM (guests begin arriving at 6pm)

What to bring:

Anything you are working on, whether outline, idea or full manuscript.
Poetry and short stories very welcome too.

Consider bringing a laptop or tablet
paper and/or pencil
(we will have materials for you to use too).

Don't be shy! It's time to do something different. Receive feedback and encouragement. Meet new people. Collaborations are encouraged.

What do we do:

6pm to 7pm Guests begin to arrive. Mix & Mingle with Art from 12+ local artists, in a gallery setting. We help make introductions. Thank you for being present!

715pm to 735pm Roundtable Perpective. Guests continue to arrive, and we begin with a roundtable perspective discussion. We learn about other guests perspectives and experiences. They may even similar to yours!

735pm to 8pm Roundtable Reading. Guests discuss current works, with readings, and suggestions. Share any works and Give/Receive feedback.

8pm to 9pm Writing Prompts! Guests are given statements or questions, to be written about, with time limit. We share with one another! Repeat! So much fun!

BYOB: Guests are welcome to bring your favorite wine, beer, or spirits for yourself and to share with others. We will have water and more to share, too..

Cost: Suggested contribution $5 or $10, whatever you can do.

Message with any questions, or call/text directly,[masked]

KC Book Club: Poetry, Short Stories & Book Signings, and Meeting New People

You are invited! Let's get together for a celebration of writing, poetry and literary arts! Enjoy crisp water, wine tasting, and yummy amuse bouche bites!

You do not have to be a writer. Come enjoy meeting new people, and have fun with friends/loved ones. Fun and rewarding!

This event is ideal for anyone who loves writing and reading, and/or is interested in writers publishing short stories, novels, poetry!

Sunday Writers Club : Writers Network with Poetry Mingle, Book Signings, Tasting and Live Writing Prompts!

When: Sunday, June 27th, 2021

Where: Pop Up Art Gallery, 920 Baltimore Ave (64105)

What Time: 2pm to 7pm

Attire: Casual to cocktail, make any effort and make it more fun

Parking: Street Parking is free on weekends around the block, and parking garage next to building.

What to Bring: You don't have to bring anything. We will have paper and pens/pencils for interactive group activities.

Writers Prompts, Laughter and Snaps:

>'It's Never To Late To Send a Postcard', w/ poet, humorist & thinker Lincoln Schulte. Guests enjoy the transformative experience psychology of sending and receiving a postcard or personal letter in the mail. Let someone know you are thinking about them.

>Hint of Spice Amuse Bouche, w/ Justin Billingsley, emerging experience and lifestyle blogger, (eatintoknowyoukc.food.blog). Guests take part in amuse bouche tastings and reviews! Hilarious and creative approach to rewarding culinary fun! Yum!

Book Signings and Presentations by:

>Brandon Ellrich, poet, author of "Tell Me No Secret" and the "Like a Mousetrap" series (www.brandonellrich.com)

>Toby Dorr, transformational speaker, author of the "Unleashed Series" (www.tobydorr.com) Founder of MyFriendLisa.org

>Georgia Zaslove: experienced screenplay writer, author of courtroom drama and legal thriller, "Spirit of the Law: And the Crime Against the Soul." (www.georgiazaslove.com)

>Dan B. Fierce: emerging local writer of horror, suspense, and fantasy. Author of the breakout short story collection, "Cabin 187." (www.fiercefantoms.com)

>Frankie Seurer: poet and author of "Far Out, Man," sharing new works of poetry and prose, "Joanie Loves Chachi!" 100% of book proceeds go to development of running water & electricity for a tea plantation village in Talawakele, Sri Lanka. (www.barnesandnoble.com/w/joanie-loves-chachi-frankie-seurer/[masked])

Activities include:

Book Signing with Published Authors

Poetry and Short Story Presentations

Interactive Group Writing Prompts

Win Literary Prizes

Wine Tasting, Coffee/Tea and Bottled Water

Gourmet Amuse Bouche and Finger Food

Original Art from Local Artists

Meet/Networking with other interesting people!

Thank you for being open to something new. Go ahead and RSVP. With any questions or ideas, text or call directly,[masked].

This event is free to attend, but you are welcome to bring payment methods (cash, credit/debit) to purchase books, art and art related items!

Writer's Roundtable: Goals, UnBlocking and Interactive Writing

Pop Up Art Gallery

Writer's Roundtable are gatherings designed to bring together local writers, musicians, authors, poets, and creatives, to discuss ideas and ongoing projects, break writers block and fun prompt writing exercises.

Where: KC Art Club
920 Baltimore Ave (64105)
(located in a gallery, across the street from the Downtown Library)
Free street parking around the block, after 6pm. Parking garage next to the building, too)

What time: 6pm to 930PM (guests begin arriving at 6pm)

What to bring:

Anything you are working on, whether outline, idea or full manuscript.
Poetry and short stories very welcome too.

Consider bringing a laptop or tablet
paper and/or pencil
(we will have materials for you to use too).

Don't be shy! It's time to do something different. Receive feedback and encouragement. Meet new people. Collaborations are encouraged.

What do we do:

6pm to 7pm Guests begin to arrive. Mix & Mingle with Art from 12+ local artists, in a gallery setting. We help make introductions. Thank you for being present!

715pm to 735pm Roundtable Perpective. Guests continue to arrive, and we begin with a roundtable perspective discussion. We learn about other guests perspectives and experiences. They may even similar to yours!

735pm to 8pm Roundtable Reading. Guests discuss current works, with readings, and suggestions. Share any works and Give/Receive feedback.

8pm to 9pm Writing Prompts! Guests are given statements or questions, to be written about, with time limit. We share with one another! Repeat! So much fun!

BYOB: Guests are welcome to bring your favorite wine, beer, or spirits for yourself and to share with others. We will have water and more to share, too..

Cost: Suggested contribution $5 or $10, whatever you can do.

Message with any questions, or call/text directly,[masked]

Writer's Roundtable: Goals, UnBlocking and Interactive Writing

Writer's Roundtable are gatherings designed to bring together local writers, musicians, authors, poets, and creatives, to discuss ideas and ongoing projects, break writers block and fun prompt writing exercises.

Where: KC Art Club
920 Baltimore Ave (64105)
(located in a gallery, across the street from the Downtown Library)
Free street parking around the block, after 6pm. Parking garage next to the building, too)

What time: 6pm to 930PM (guests begin arriving at 6pm)

What to bring:

Anything you are working on, whether outline, idea or full manuscript.
Poetry and short stories very welcome too.

Consider bringing a laptop or tablet
paper and/or pencil
(we will have materials for you to use too).

Don't be shy! It's time to do something different. Receive feedback and encouragement. Meet new people. Collaborations are encouraged.

What do we do:

6pm to 7pm Guests begin to arrive. Mix & Mingle with Art from 12+ local artists, in a gallery setting. We help make introductions. Thank you for being present!

715pm to 735pm Roundtable Perpective. Guests continue to arrive, and we begin with a roundtable perspective discussion. We learn about other guests perspectives and experiences. They may even similar to yours!

735pm to 8pm Roundtable Reading. Guests discuss current works, with readings, and suggestions. Share any works and Give/Receive feedback.

8pm to 9pm Writing Prompts! Guests are given statements or questions, to be written about, with time limit. We share with one another! Repeat! So much fun!

BYOB: Guests are welcome to bring your favorite wine, beer, or spirits for yourself and to share with others. We will have water and more to share, too..

Cost: Suggested contribution $5 or $10, whatever you can do.

Message with any questions, or call/text directly,[masked]

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