Lee's Summit is the place to be. Known for our award-winning downtown district, beautiful parks and trails, and fantastic food options, the city is just 20 minutes from Kansas City, in the heart of America.
A variety of local trails and two dog parks are in Lee’s Summit for you and your four-legged friend to enjoy. Dogwood and Happy Tails are the two dog parks that you’re sure to have a waggin’ good time at. Each location has a dog obstacle course and trail for the human to enjoy. Dogs will be dogs.
Recreation & Outdoors
Grab the squad and enjoy a wicked good time at 23 participating businesses that will be open late from 5 - 8 p.m. in downtown Lee's Summit for shoppers during this hallowed annual tradition.
The Summit Theatre Group presents the Play That Goes Wrong. This comedy is a global phenomenon that is guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter. This performance is being held at the Metropolitan Community College Longview Cultural Arts Center.
Enjoy live music while shopping for fresh produce, baked goods, handmade crafts, and more. The first 100 children will get to enjoy free pumpkin decorating and the first 250 customers will receive a 2023 insulated market tote bag!
LS Creates the Art of Superstition is a kick-off celebration of the arts held at Bridge Space downtown Lee's Summit. Immerse yourself in a captivating atmosphere filled with live performances, live painting, and interactive exhibits. Let your imagination run wild as you unravel the mysterious and delve into the beauty of creativity.
Grab your friends and head out to the winery for great wine and good music. Enjoy wine, beer and a variety of food trucks.
The Lee's Summit Symphony will be performing America's album collection. All performances are held at The Pavilion of John Knox Village. Doors open at 1 p.m.
Join storyteller Jim Wallen at the Mid-Continent Public Library Lee's Summit Branch located at 150 NW Oldham Parkway for some silly Halloween-themed stories just perfect for families with young children who don't really want to be scared.
The Mid-Continent Public Library Lee's Summit branch will be hosting paranormal researcher and investigator Becky Ray for stories of ghosts and paranormal mysteries featuring some well-known and not-so-well-known houses throughout Kansas City.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to wheel-throw? Now is your chance. This two hour workshop includes all things clay, hand building and a demonstration on wheel thrown pottery. The class fee includes one glazed and fired vessel.
The tour features stops at several prominent downtown buildings with ghostly pasts. Guests will hear stories of the history along with haunted tales. Tickets are $30 and go on sale September 18 at noon.
Start the festivities off with a costume contest at City Hall Plaza. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at City Hall. Bring the whole family, along with your furry friends of course, to trick-or-treat in Downtown Lee’s Summit after the parade.
The Lee's Summit Symphony will be performing your holiday favorites. All performances are held at The Pavilion of John Knox Village. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Experience Lee's Summit like a local