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Ghost Tours of Kansas offers a Ghost tour in a city near you!

Beginning October 1 thru November 1st

Many cities to choose from
You choose from 13 ghost tours in 11 cities. Tickets are 20.00pp in october for a 1 hr, 20 minute to 2 hour ghost tour depending on which city you choose.

Guests get on in 2 or more locations for several minutes to possibly experience something or take photos. Cities include, West Topeka, North Topeka, Downtown Topeka, Leavenworth, Manhattan, Wichita, Holton, Abilene, Lawence, Atchison, KCKS, Shawnee, St.Jo, Mo. Purchase Tickets at www.ghosttoursofkansas.com
785-851-0856
info@ghosttoursofkansas.com

Check out other events such as Psychic Fun and Feast for a unique and memorable experience.
Ghost Tours of Kansas 785-851-0856
info@ghosttoursofkansas.com

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St. Theresa Catholic Church Fall Bazaar

11:00 am - 2:30 pm

Perry, ks
Ham and turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Adults $8 and children $4. Bingo, cake walk, kids games, smoked ribs, silent auction, raffles and much more.
Vickie mulvihill, 785-597-5838 vlmulvihill@hotmail.com

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Kaw Valley Farm Tour

10am-6pm both days

farms along the Kaw River Valley
a self-guided tour of 27 farms in 6 counties along the Kaw River
Valley. A unique opportunity to visit farms and meet farmers. Alpacas to Zucchini! Activities for children and adults. Tickets are $10 per carload, good for both days. Info on participating farms and tickets available at www.kawvalleyfarmtour.org
www.kawvalleyfarmtour.org
Lashuck@ksu.edu

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Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's

1:30 - 3:30 p.m.

Lyon County Fairgrounds, Emporia
Walk to End Alzheimer’s unites the entire community — family, friends, co-workers, social and religious groups and more --- in a display of combined strength and dedication in the fight against Alzheimer's disease. While there is no fee to register, each participant is encouraged to fundraise in order to contribute to the cause and raise awareness.

Register online today at www.alzwalkemporia.org or contact Judy at 620-343-0415 or jschroeder55@yahoo.com for a paper registration form.
Judy Schroeder
620.343.0415

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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 julie.myers1@washburn.edu

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35th Apple Festival

10am - 5pm

Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site





ADMISSION:$5 in advance or $6 at the gate. Children 12 and under are free. Take the FREE bus from the Judicial Building (301 SW 10th Ave) parking lot.
Advanced tickets can be purchased at all Topeka Dillons locations, the Parks and Recreation Administration office (3137 SE 29th St), or at Old Prairie Town.
You are invited to see all of the wonderful changes Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site has made when you spend the day at this Topeka tradition. There will be new entertainment and activities. This festival is our main fundraiser each year and your support keeps this pioneer tradition alive for the whole community to enjoy.
FOOD:Enjoy everything from Bierocks to Barbecue, Turkey Legs, Sarsaparilla to Green Rivers. And, of course, apples and more apples in caramel, in pies, in fritters, and in the cider!
DEMONSTRATIONS: Our dedicated and talented volunteers will demonstrate traditional pioneer skills and crafts: quilting, weaving and spinning, blacksmithing, and other almost-lost arts. Visit the annual Quilt Show in the Lingo Livery Stable.
ENTERTAINMENT: Music, laughter, fun and enlightenment provided by our roving musicians and entertainers. There’s even more excitement on the main stage: find a list of musicians and performers on our website.
FOLK ARTS & CRAFTS IN THE GARDENS: Explore the “Peddler’s Village” in the botanical gardens filled with artisans selling their wares. We have new crafters plus many popular favorites.
OUR VINTAGE STORES
The Potwin Drug Store and Mulvane General Store will be open for your shopping pleasure. Choose form Victorian items, antique reproduction toys, unique gift items and cards. When you’re done there, indulge yourself to old-fashioned candy and a soda fountain or ice cream treat.
HISTORIC BUILDINGS
Let our costumed volunteers guide you through our historic buildings with stories of years gone by. Visit the cabin, the Everest Church, the mansion, the
one-room school house, the Pauline Depot and more!




Cost:


$5 advance purchase - Topeka Dillons locations, Old Prairie Town office; $6 at the gate, Children 12 & under Free




Age Suitability :
All Ages




Website:


http://parksandrec.snco.us




Type:
Parks & Recreational
John Bell

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35th Apple Festival

10am - 5pm

Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site





ADMISSION:$5 in advance or $6 at the gate. Children 12 and under are free. Take the FREE bus from the Judicial Building (301 SW 10th Ave) parking lot.
Advanced tickets can be purchased at all Topeka Dillons locations, the Parks and Recreation Administration office (3137 SE 29th St), or at Old Prairie Town.
You are invited to see all of the wonderful changes Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site has made when you spend the day at this Topeka tradition. There will be new entertainment and activities. This festival is our main fundraiser each year and your support keeps this pioneer tradition alive for the whole community to enjoy.
FOOD:Enjoy everything from Bierocks to Barbecue, Turkey Legs, Sarsaparilla to Green Rivers. And, of course, apples and more apples in caramel, in pies, in fritters, and in the cider!
DEMONSTRATIONS: Our dedicated and talented volunteers will demonstrate traditional pioneer skills and crafts: quilting, weaving and spinning, blacksmithing, and other almost-lost arts. Visit the annual Quilt Show in the Lingo Livery Stable.
ENTERTAINMENT: Music, laughter, fun and enlightenment provided by our roving musicians and entertainers. There’s even more excitement on the main stage: find a list of musicians and performers on our website.
FOLK ARTS & CRAFTS IN THE GARDENS: Explore the “Peddler’s Village” in the botanical gardens filled with artisans selling their wares. We have new crafters plus many popular favorites.
OUR VINTAGE STORES
The Potwin Drug Store and Mulvane General Store will be open for your shopping pleasure. Choose form Victorian items, antique reproduction toys, unique gift items and cards. When you’re done there, indulge yourself to old-fashioned candy and a soda fountain or ice cream treat.
HISTORIC BUILDINGS
Let our costumed volunteers guide you through our historic buildings with stories of years gone by. Visit the cabin, the Everest Church, the mansion, the
one-room school house, the Pauline Depot and more!




Cost:


$5 advance purchase - Topeka Dillons locations, Old Prairie Town office; $6 at the gate, Children 12 & under Free




Age Suitability :
All Ages




Website:


http://parksandrec.snco.us




Type:
Parks & Recreational
John Bell

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