Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Kansas City Children's Museum & Library Redux At Red Bridge Shopping Center

Nice non-profit plans at this Southland dead end location that will be home to a $12 MILLION project . . . Children's Museum, Library Announce Plans For New Building At Red Bridge Shopping Center

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Um...kind of a giant step in the absolute wrong direction, eh?

Anonymous said...

The silly bitch said this is just off I-435. Has she been there? It's surrounded by section 8 housing and a shitty golf course.

Anonymous said...

Could be a nice addition for South KC - just can't be turned into a babysitting site where kids are dropped off and the staff left to supervise (that's what the shopping center is for).

Anonymous said...

It will be. Folks 'round them parts are great at squeezing out the crotchnuggets, but not so good with actually raising them.

Anonymous said...

The current Shawnee site in a former school near Old Town Shawnee/Museum, a park, a pool, and a library is convenient. Their policy of reservations required for specific sized groups and NO DROP OFFS allowed has been great. Just like school field trips, daycares, and classrooms have adult/child ratio mandates, Wonderscope has their "agreements". A "responsible" patron adult must remain on site. Upon entry with ticket purchases, there is a statement of rights, responsibilities, and regulations (I remember receiving notice and in later years signing it). As a parent taking my only child (20+ yrs. ago) and taking nieces/nephews and students years later, I found the resources improved greatly from their early days at
that cramped Lackman Road location.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the insight 11:09 - I hope we'll be able to realize this addition to South Kansas City area.

Anonymous said...

How much Federal tax payer grant money is going into this brain fart?

Anonymous said...

Here you have something positive and good happening in South KC - instead of the predictable South Jo City - and many of you still find a way to dog it. Pitiful.