No Toys for Tots bins at Arrowhead this year but don’t let that stop you

Facebook: Kansas City Chiefs – Toys for Tots Drive

Who in Kansas City hasn’t dropped a toy or two in the bins at Arrowhead during the annual Toys for Tots drive? This great tradition is the longest of it’s kind in the NFL and this year it’s going to be online only.

This event provides toys for boys and girls up to 15 years of age throughout the Kansas City area and has been doing so for 54 years. Let’s make this a record year for Toys for Tots! You know what to do Kansas City. You can donate online here.

Due to COVID-19, we are unable to host our Toys for Tots drive this year at the stadium. You can still donate online to Kansas City’s campaign ➡️

Posted by The Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday, November 4, 2020

(Map) Chiefs fever explodes in KC

New mural in Downtown OP – Work by Sike Style

KC has gone red in preparation for the upcoming Chiefs season that kicks off on Thursday. New Chiefs inspired murals are popping up all over town as well as dyed fountains, championship banners, decorated statues and painted Super Bowl LIV logos.

The Kansas City skyline will go red on Tuesday, September 8th. Take advantage of the extra day off this weekend and use the map below to get out and explore KC while showing off your Chiefs pride.

Kansas City’s newest luxury hotel wants you to visit

Loews Kansas City, the newest luxury hotel in the area, is really wanting you to come visit. They are offering great rates and other incentives to get people to come say hello.

Loews is offering a nightly rate of just $139 which is a deep discount from their normal rate. They also have free parking, a $25 restaurant credit and late checkout. If you’re feeling nice and want to bring the kids along they are offering 50% off a second room as well. You can book on the Loews website here.

Current Kansas City area reopening details

The following links are the reopening plans for a greater portion of the Kansas City area. Please continue to practice social distancing and wash your hands often.

Masks are being encouraged while in public spaces. Many establishments may still not be open. Be sure to check before you travel.

This page is current as of May 11th, 2020.

Johnson County Reopening Plan

Wyandotte County Reopening Plan

Jackson County Reopening Plan

Kansas City Reopening Plan

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