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Kansas City Makes Their Escape – Almost

Kansas City Makes Their Escape – Almost

A tape outline on the floor marked where the murdered body was found. But the office of private investigator John Monroe was quiet…too quiet. The Kansas City Brunchette Detective Squad knew the murder had taken place at 2pm, and was likely someone the victim knew, 

Magical Creatures Brunch – GGB Kansas City

Magical Creatures Brunch – GGB Kansas City

Geek Girl Brunch KC hosted a Magical Creatures brunch in November, to coincide with the release of the newest installment in the Harry Potter universe: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. (Don’t worry, no spoilers here!) Many of our brunchettes are HP fans, so 

Kansas City Chapter is Bustin’ Some Ghosts Up in Here!

Kansas City Chapter is Bustin’ Some Ghosts Up in Here!

For our most recent meetup, the Kansas City chapter gathered at the Alamo Drafthouse in downtown Kansas City to see the girl-powered version of “Ghostbusters.” As we mentioned in our Deadpool post, we like meeting at Alamo for movies because they have a bar downstairs 

Celebrating Makers at Maker Faire Kansas City

Celebrating Makers at Maker Faire Kansas City

Have you heard of Maker Faire? It’s produced by Maker Media, which publishes MAKE: magazine, and hosts Maker Faires all around the world. When Maker Faire launched in the Bay Area in 2006, they realized the depth of the maker community, and that aspiring makers 

GGB Kansas City Space Brunch!

GGB Kansas City Space Brunch!

On April 30th, 2016, Geek Girl Brunch Kansas City visited the Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium¬†at Union Station in Kansas City. We kicked off our morning with brunch at Harvey’s, which is located upstairs in Union Station. Union Station is a pretty cool place to visit, and 

GGB Kansas City Gets Their Game On!

GGB Kansas City Gets Their Game On!

To kick off the new year, the Kansas City chapter of Geek Girl Brunch broke out the tabletop¬†games for a “Get Your Game On!” themed brunch. Our fourth brunch was hosted on January 16th at a local community center, which allowed us use of a