This hotel, off Highway 50, is a 4-minute drive from downtown Lee’s Summit and a 10-minute drive from Stonehaus Farms Winery. Rooms include free WiFi, TVs with premium cable channels and coffeemakers. Suites add microwaves and minifridges (also available in rooms for a surcharge). Continental breakfast is offered free of charge, fitness center and a meeting room.
Just off I-470, this modern hotel is 1.5 miles from Blue Springs Lake and 6.8 miles from Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport. All rooms have free WiFi, flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, microwaves, minifridges, coffeemakers and some feature whirlpool tubs. Free perks include continental breakfast and parking. The hotel also has an indoor heated pool and an exercise room.
This modern hotel with rooms that offer free WiFi, desks with ergonomic chairs, flat-screen TVs w/premium cable channels, coffeemakers and minifridges. Suites add microwaves and living areas with pull-out sofas. There’s free hot breakfast,a 24/7 convenience store, an indoor pool, a whirlpool tub and a fitness center. Other amenities include a business center and laundry facilities.
Off Interstate 470, just 3 miles from downtown Lee’s Summit. Rooms include free Wi-Fi, minifridges, custom-designed beds, full desks & lap desks, coffeemakers, microwaves and 32-inch flat-screens with HD channels. Some rooms add sofabeds or whirlpool tubs. Free hot breakfast (daily) and to-go breakfast bags (weekdays). There’s an indoor pool, hot tub, a 24/7 gym and business center.
This simple budget hotel is a 4-minute drive from the Lee’s Summit Amtrak station. Rooms include cable/satellite TV, microwaves, minifridges, coffeemakers, free WiFi and kids 17 and under stay free with an adult. Amenities include a complimentary continental breakfast, heated indoor pool, restaurant and free large-vehicle parking. A shuttle to Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport is available (surcharge).
Set on the Unity Village campus, this tranquil, eco-friendly hotel is .8 miles from I-470 and 1.5 miles from the Summit Woods Crossing. Free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Complimentary amenities include continental breakfast and parking. The campus provides a restaurant, coffee shop, 9-hole golf course, fitness room, 9,000 sq ft of meeting and event space.
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The next Meet the Artist event features local artist Pamela Covington. Join us as Covington chats with guests in the lobby of City Hall, 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Light hors d’oeuvres and wine sampling available, compliments of Third Street Social. ... See MoreSee Less
Meet Local Artist Pamela Covington
October 19, 2017, 5:30pm - October 19, 2017, 7:00pm
The next Meet the Artist event features local artist Pamela Covington. Join us as Covington chats with guests in the lobby of City Hall, 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Light hors d’oeuvres and wine sampling available, compliments of Third Street Social.
Covington is a modern abstract painter. Her work is a mix of styles ranging from sleek and contemporary to rustic and organic. She doesn’t limit herself to any particular format, technique or current trends in the art world. She constructs her paintings using layers of thick and thin color, using brushes, palette knives, paint sticks, and found objects.
“My work is both deliberate and unintentional. I often start with a deliberate framework, color, or composition and then allow the freedom of expression, intuition, and introspection to dictate the direction of the painting before moving into the next phase of the process. It is working in this space where I find the most profound joy,” Covington said.
Covington has lived in California and New York City but has called the Kansas City area home since 2000 and recently moved to a small lake community just outside of the city surrounded by the beauty of woods and water.
Covington is an award winning artist who travels the country exhibiting her work in juried art shows. She first found a passion for art in high school as an escape, then went on to major in graphic design in college. After college she owned a hair salon for many years but always worked on and sold paintings and drawings on the side. Then, in 2009 she rededicated herself to painting and began making major life shifts and changes in order to fully pursue her passion.
Covington said she finds inspiration from the works of Kandinsky, the New York School of Abstract Expressionism from the mid-century, as well as being in nature and in the study of symbolism and spirituality.
Her artwork will be on display at City Hall during normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, until mid-January 2018.
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