Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects: Art with Lego Bricks opened at Botanica May 10 and will be on display until Sept. 19.

Botanica hosts Lego sculptures

Sean Kenney’s Nature Connects: Art with Lego Bricks opened at Botanica May 10 and will be on display until Sept. 19. 

The award-winning creations by the New York artist include 18 sculptures composed of 46,000 Lego pieces placed throughout the gardens. Kenney’s philosophy is that Lego pieces interconnect just as “everything in nature is interconnected in a delicate balance.”  

Check for special events, hours and admission. 

Travel Kansas 2019 leads the way

Travel Kansas 2019

The new edition of Travel Kansas magazine offers a sneak peak at the dramatic rock formations known as Little Jerusalem which this year will open to the public for the first time. 

You’ll also learn about the country’s second national water trail — the Kansas River — as well as the newly established African American History Trail, the expansion at Eisenhower Museum, and the unearthing of a prehistoric civilization in south-central Kansas.

And if you’ve ever wondered where veteran Kansas journalist and traveler Beccy Tanner most likes to visit, you’ll find it here.

If you’d like a print copy to take along on your travels, the magazines are given away at airports and travel centers or may be purchased at Watermark Books or Barnes & Noble in Wichita.

Wichita Times publishes new 2019 edition

The January-June 2019 Wichita Times magazine is hot off the press and being distributed to Eisenhower National Airport, 70 hotels and other pick-up points.

Click here to read all about the award-winning Legos sculptures coming to Botanica, the groundbreaking Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition at Wichita Art Museum, Music Theatre’s summer season and much more.

The print and online mags also include shopping and eating options as well as scores of fun events happening in the area over the next six months.

Bike Share ICT

Bike Share ICT locations expand

The bike share program started in 2017 proved so popular that the number of places to pick up bikes has doubled.

Dozens of new stations have been added at locations including the Advanced Learning Library, Riverside Park, Clifton Square, Great Plains Nature Center, OJ Watson Park, Sedgwick County Zoo, and Wichita Art Museum. 

The program started with 100 cruiser bikes at 19 stations throughout downtown. The bikes, which are provided by Zagster, rent for $3 per hour or an annual membership of $30 ($20 for students).  Download the app or get more info at