Womens of Grace Conference & Worship-- River of Life Family Worship Center--Theme: From Travail to Triumph
October 10th- Friday @ 7:30 pm October 11th-Saturday @ 9:00am to 3:00pm
October 10th-at River of Life @5010 SW 20th Terrace--Topeka Kansas
Tickets are $35.00
October 10th- Friday @ 7:30 pm at River of Life @5010 SW 20th Terrace--Evangelistic Service. Featuring Special Guest Speaker Sister Joy Howard, House of Faith Ministries
October 11th-Saturday @9:00am to 3:00pm@ Quincy Conference & Event Center @707 SE Quincy St. Suite 300 (Inside the New Century Credit Union building on the third floor) Light Breakfast, Lunch and workshop materials
Keynote Speaker: Evangelist Davita Wesley Vaughn Featuring Special Guests: Evangelist Pam Berry, Evangelist Sandra Simpson, Evangelist Sandra Peters
October12th-Sunday @11:00am @ River of Life Family Worship Center Featuring Special Guest Speaker: District Missionary Mary Green Louise Green
Missionary Olivia Harris 785.969.7587 firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com
Missionary Diahann Frazier: 785.341.7138 firstname.lastname@example.org
String Quartet ETHEL Performs 10/10
ETHEL, the pioneering string quartet, and GRAMMY®-winning Native American flutist Robert Mirabal present a program inspired by the sun mythology of Native America.
Alumni Exhibition, Washburn University Art Department
August 22 through October 18
Mulvane Art Museum
As part of Washburn University’s 150th anniversary celebration and the Mulvane’s 90th birthday, the Alumni Exhibition will showcase new works by the University’s most active and successful artists. We are very pleased to show works by artists who graduated in every decade
Julie Myers 1-785-670-2425 email@example.com
Imagine Art for a Lifetime, 90th Anniversary Gala
Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka
In honor of the Mulvane’s 90th anniversary, we will be holding a Silent Auction and Gala Fundraising Event on October 10th. An exhibition of art to be sold
Julie Myers 1-785-670-2425 Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Music of the Sun with ETHEL and Robert Mirabal
McCain Auditorium - Kansas State University, Manhattan KS
For thousands of years, humankind has turned toward the sun for inspiration, be it spiritual, philosophical or poetic. Ancient sun myths from around the world continue to fascinate scholars and laypeople alike. In many Native American cultures, each day begins with "running to the sun" — a fusion of spiritual and physical discipline — a daily search for the sacred.
ETHEL — the pioneering string quartet — and Grammy-winning Native American flutist ROBERT MIRABAL present a program inspired by the sun mythology of Native America. Using the instruments of the string quartet, Native American flutes (Tdoop-Pootse) and drums (Mooloo), as well as the spirited voices of students and community members, ETHEL and MIRABAL unite to create an inspirational cross-cultural contemporary music event.
Season tickets on sale June 9. Single tickets on sale July 27.