Our eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, bars and services offer something for everyone. These locally owned businesses and franchises offer service with a familiar smile.
Congratulations to Lisa Schmitz Interior Design, 107 East Gregory Blvd. for receiving the Waldo’s Best Award for October. Owner Lisa Schmitz is pleased to provide interior design and interior architectural services for high-end modern residences and small offices, starting with her very own studio. “This year we made quite a few improvements to our property. To improve access to our lower level, we poured new concrete stairs and added a glass entry. The back parking area was enhanced with new landscaping using native plants.
The 22nd Waldo Fall Festival took place on September 220th with record crowds, outstanding entertainment, great booths and food, and lots of fun games and rides for the kids in the heart of Waldo. Special thanks to the following: Presenting Sponsor– Kansas City Neighborhood Tourism Development Fund (NTDF); Tent Sponsors– Schloegel Design Remodel, City Gym, Firestone, and Kansas City Veterinary Care; Event Sponsors- Almar Printing, Gunter Pest Management, Jerry Singer Automotive, One More Cup, Southside Carpet, Sutherlands, Dr. John W. Turley, Waldo Pizza, and Wornall Automotive; and In-kind sponsors - Bledsoe Rental, Commerce Bank, CVS, Dave Smith the Lamp Maker, and the many volunteers!
Wednesday, October 15, 11:45am
Guest Speaker: Jim McGraw, Presentation on Ewing Kauffman
Location: Wornall Road Baptist Church, 400 E. Meyer Blvd.
Catered by: Gates BBQ, $12/person, Required RSVP by Oct.14 to 523-5553 or email@example.com
Festival goers were among the first to recognize and salute this year’s Walk-of-Fame recipients.: Bette Smith of Dave Smith the Lamp Maker and Tom Johnston, retiree from Johnston Fiss Insurance.
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