Downtown Wichita - 120 E. 1st St N.

The LUX is set on developing a unique sense of community and place in downtown Wichita while keeping true to the building's original 1950s character. It's modern, downtown living—in a city that is in the midst of a great revitalization! Join us.

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Downtown Events

Women's Fair 2020
Saturday, February 22
Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center

With more than 300 pop-up shops from ICT and across the USA, you can enjoy shopping, entertainment, ideas and fun. The Women's Fair is all about women, their work, play families, creativity, style, body and soul. Gather your tribe for a weekend of fun at the annual Women's Fair happening Feb. 21-23 at Century II Expo Hall. You can see hundreds of exhibits, more than two dozen stage shows, fashion, fitness, entertainment, pampering, beauty, home decor, health and the most fun shopping of the year.

Friday 12-7p
Saturday 9a-7p
Sunday 11a-5p

TICKETS
Adult (13+) - $10 ($9 online or at the box office with coupon)
Child (7-12) - $6
Senior (65+) - $9
Groups of 15+ - $8.50
Children 6 & under - FREE


Contact Show coordinator, Isaac Unruh or Owners, Chris Veazey Brown & Deanna Wheeler at 267-5303 or riverfrontks@cox.net
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Walk a Mile in Our Moccasins
Saturday, February 22
Mid-America All-Indian Center

An exhibit in accordance with Rock Your Mocs, a worldwide Native American and Indigenous Peoples' movement held annually and in remembrance of the Trail of Tears, "Sole Seekers", is an exhibit of the Mid-America All-Indian Center's outstanding moccasin collection.

$7 for Adults, $5 for Students and Military, $3 for Youth, 6 and under are free


Contact Mid-America All-Indian Center at (316) 350-3340 or eraux@wichita.edu
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Imaginate - National Traveling Exhibit
Saturday, February 22
Exploration Place

Encounter the collision of two worlds − science and art − to spark curiosity, creation and innovation. Dare to design new objects using everyday items. Get your gears turning as you craft kinetic sculptures. Tell tales with your heartbeat, direct stop-motion animation scenes, stretch your wings and fly, plus much more.

Imaginate is produced by Ontario Science Centre


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Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight
Saturday, February 22
Wichita Art Museum

On a stop between the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., the Wichita Art Museum presents Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight. The unique exhibition combines extraordinary glass art within an immersive, multi-sensory environment. Art combines with storytelling and theatrical encounter.

The art of internationally regarded Preston Singletary fuses time-honored glassblowing traditions with Pacific Northwest Native art. Specifically, Singletary honors his ancestral Tlingit culture, a tribe centered in southern Alaska.

Museum Exhibit Hours
Tues - Sat 10a - 5p
Sun Noon - 5p

Image: Preston Singletary (American Tlingit ), Xaat (Salmon) (detail), 2018. Blown, hot-sculpted, sand carved glass, steel stand. 89 1/2 x 25 1/2 x 3 inches. Collection of the artist.

Don't miss the Opening Party on Feb. 1 or the Artist Talk on Feb. 2!


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Old Town Farm and Art Market - Winter Market
Saturday, February 22
WAVE

Shop the Market indoors, all winter long. The winter Market offers the area’s finest ingredients and handmade goods, great face-to-face time with producers, a fun atmosphere, great cocktail bar and brunch menu. Shopping at Old Town Farmers' Market each week safeguards your ability to source outstanding foods and handmade goods from producers you know and trust.


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