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Psychic Fun and Feast


Eldridge Hotel, Lawrence, Kansas 7th and Mass
Psychic Fun and Feast, Saturday, March 29th 6PM Eldridge Hotel

Guests will sit down to a scrumptious meal and enjoy interesting conversation with Ghost Tours of Kansas Staff and well known psychic Jo Flowers.Entertainment for the evening includes a presentation from Jo, History and Ghost Stories of the Eldridge. The highlight for the evening is a personalized psychic reading from Jo Flowers. Jo Flowers is a Topeka Native and is host of her own radio show, Visions and television show in Wichita Kansas. Jo is co-owner of the business, 3-Flower's Metaphysical Treasures. Time frame of this event varies depending on number of people who sign up. No more than 20 people will be accepted so get your tickets early. Tickets for this event are 65.00 per Person. Price includes, meal, tip, beverages, presentations and psychic reading.
Ghost Tours of Kansas

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Maranatha Movie Night (FREE)

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Maranatha Baptist Fellowship, 4935 SW Burlingame Rd, Topeka, Ks
Enjoy an evening with the family, on us. We’re hosting the movie “The Encounter,” and you’ll have an opportunity to win your own copy at the end. Five copies will be given out. There is no cost for this event, unless you want some Kettle Corn, which will be available for purchase in the fellowship hall.

About the Movie:
Stranded in the middle of nowhere five strangers find themselves marooned in a deserted roadside diner. An arrogant businessman (Steve “Sting” Borden), a lonely single woman (Jaci Velazquez), a couple on the verge of divorce, and a youthful runaway all come face to face with a diner owner who serves them more than temporal nourishment. This genial host is a certain Nazarene (Bruce Marchiano), who knows all of their secrets and possesses the answers to all of their problems, if only they would trust him. It is a miraculous Encounter that will leave them all changed.
Pastor Shawn Eckhoff, 816-237-6646, repentandbelieve186@yahoo.com

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Branson’s Keith Allynn As Willie Nelson & Other Outlaws Starring Not Really Willie

March 29, 2014 7:00 PM

Ottawa Municipal Auditorium, 301 S Hickory St, Ottawa, KS 66067
Event to Benefit Ottawa’s Forest Park Playground Equipment Fund

Willie Nelson and the Outlaws, as performed by Branson’s Keith Allynn, will be at the Ottawa Municipal Auditorium, Saturday, March 29, at 7 p.m. The event is being held to complete the funding needs for the Forest Park Playground project and other equipment in Forest Park. Tickets go on sale on January 25, 2014.

Keith Allynn is a versatile entertainer for this one-man musical comedy show, with country flair. Mr. Allynn will showcase Willie Nelson and other “Outlaws” during the 90 minute performance. The audience will sing along to Willie, Waylon, Marty Robins, Joe Cocker, Ray Charles, Jimmy Buffet, Roger Miller, Elvis and more. “I have seen Mr. Allynn perform and am so excited we have been able to get him to come to Ottawa,” said City Manager Richard U. Nienstedt.

The Play Task Force is using this event to complete the fundraising needs for the Forest Park Playground project, and other equipment needs in the park, as part of a two year effort to replace equipment that does not meet safety standards of today. Currently the group is $8,000 short of the fundraising goal of $150,000 for the replacement of the timber playground. This event is hoped to achieve $5,000 of that shortfall, with a major boost from a matching fund through Modern Woodman. “I welcome opportunities like this to do a great event and showcase a cause because Modern Woodmen love to be involved in our communities. Around the country, Modern Woodmen participates in hundreds of Matching Funds projects,” said Dale Pearson, representative.

“It is thrilling to see the project and fundraising all coming together!” said Mayor Sara Caylor. “We have been working hard on all fronts to replace the equipment while building the community relationships, whether through the actual construction day, fundraising, and now this fun event.”

Tickets will be available starting January 25, for $17.50, from the OMA, City Hall, Chamber of Commerce, Arvest Bank and Play Task Force members. Tickets can also be purchased at the box office or calling (785)242-8810, between the hours of 8 a.m.-6 p.m. or online at www.ticketfly.com On March 14, the ticket price will increase to $20, so the Play Task Force encourages the community to buy their tickets early!
Ottawa Municipal Auditorium
785-242-8810 M - F or at

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