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Securing Your Financial Future

6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, 1515 SW 10th, Topeka, 66604
This free event will give participants information and resources to help them plan for a secure financial future no matter what their age. Speakers include AARP National Board member Joan Ruff and Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt.
Mary Tritsch, 785-221-6363, mtritsch@aarp.org

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all day

1700 SW College Avenue Topeka, KS 66621
Canstruction will exhibit amazing, 10 x 10 feet structures made entirely of cans of food and other non-perishables. The structures will be made by seven teams: Treanor Architects, HTK Architects, Tevis Architects, Barlett and West Engineers, Architect One, Schwerdt Design Group, Inc., and the American Institute of Architecture Student Chapter from K-State. With the exception of the AIA team, all of the teams are from Topeka. When the exhibit closes, the cans are donated to Harvesters, the Community Food Network, which supplies area food banks. Canstruction is an international program of the Society of Design Administration. Local sponsors of the event are Hy-Vee, Inc., Advisors Excel, and Knox Signs and Graphics. Structures will be given awards, including a People’s Choice Award voted on by visitors to the exhibition. The Mulvane Art Museum is open from 10-7 Tuesdays, 10-5 Wednesday-Friday, and 1-4 Saturday and Sunday.
Mulvane Art Museum, 785-760-1170

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LASC Community Development Soccer Camp


Anneburg Park, Manhattan
5 day soccer camp
Open to all youth soccer players ages 3-14
Age and skill specific development
Scott Clark, 785-341-7467

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Asbury Youth Empowerment Summer Academy

8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Asbury Mt. Olive United Methodist Church, 1196 SW Buchanan
What’s Up For Summer? The coolest summer program ever!!
The Asbury Youth Empowerment Summer Academy will open the doors on June 2, 2014. The program is free and will be in operation Monday through Friday from 8 am to 3 pm. We plan to keep our kids connected and focused on core academic subjects of math and reading through structured learning activities. Other activities include special speakers, Topeka Shawnee County Public Library programs, and activities, promoting STEM, arts, crafts, and exciting weekly field trips.
Applications can be picked up at Asbury Mt. Olive United Methodist Church, 1196 SW Buchanan Topeka, KS starting April 9. Space and availability is limited so please return your applications as soon as possible.
Don’t let your child miss out on an opportunity of summer fun and excitement!
If you have any questions, please call Kathleen Kincy, (785) 273-5224 or (785) 232-7502.
Kathleen Kincy
(785) 273-5224 or (785) 232-7502

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Melody Brown Fun Factory


Robinson Middle School- 1125 SW 14th St.
Children 5-8 years old explore 5 areas in the arts- dance, drama, choir, keyboards, and art.
Kristy Larson 785-633-3310

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