Location

220 W. Meyer Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64113

63rd & Brookside Boulevard (one block east of Wornall) between 63rd Street and Meyer Blvd.

Hours

Friday, September 18th: 5pm-9pm
Saturday, September 19th: 10am-9pm
Sunday, September 20th: 11am-5pm

Culinary Arts (Food & Drink)

Whether you're meeting friends, taking your family out, or just hungry from walking, the Brookside Art Annual's culinary artists (some of your favorite Brookside restaurants) offer a great selection of food and beverages for the entire family. You'll find a variety of options ranging from savory burgers to bacon wrapped dates, and stuffed artichoke to lobster mac & cheese. To quench your thirst, you'll find everything from water and sodas, to beer, wine and mixed drinks. There's something for everyone!

Children's Activities

The Brookside Art Annual has fun for the whole family with children's activities on Saturday & Sunday at the north end of the show (just south of 63rd Street). The kids are sure to enjoy face painting, arts and crafts, balloon animals, and more. Activities range from free (sponsored by your friendly Cosentino's Price Chopper and Research Medical Center) to nominal costs for face painting and balloon art.

Restrooms

Port-a-potties (including ADA accessible options) are located at the north (63rd Street) and south (Meyer Boulevard) ends of the show.

ATMS/Cash Machines

ATMs are located throughout Brookside at local banks including:

  • Commerce Bank - 6336 Brookside Plaza
  • Bank Midwest - 6249 Brookside Blvd
  • Bank of America - 115 W 63rd St
  • BOK Financial - 7 W 62nd Terrace

Shopping

The Historic Brookside Shops are celebrating 100 years of outstanding businesses and services. Started in 1919, Brookside is Kansas City's first suburban shopping area. Fun fact - did you know the Brookside Shops predated the Country Club Plaza? Over the last 100 years, Brookside has been home to hundreds of business owners that started their dreams and served thousands of customers with a friendly smile and the kind of customer service only a neighbor can provide.

Today, Brookside is home to over 90 shops, restaurants, and service providers, including some of your favorite locally-owned small businesses and restaurants. While you're at the show, we hope you'll take a moment to stroll through Brookside and make some more memories. We encourage you to stop in one of the many unique businesses to see artisan goods, knowledgeable shop owners, delicious food and drinks, locally-sourced, handcrafted merchandise, and unique gifts you can't find just anywhere.

Questions?

Questions about the 2020 Art Annual? Email brooksideartannualkc@gmail.com or call the Brookside Business Association at (816) 523-5553.

More Information About Brookside

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You can learn more about the historic Brookside Shops and our other activities online at BrooksideKC.org.