8:45 - 11:45 AM
Wanamaker Woods Nazarene Church
children 4 yrs. (by Jan. 1, 2014) & K - 6th grade
785-273-2248, Pre-register online at wwnaz.org
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orhestra with Wynton Marsalis
McCain Auditorium - Kansas State University, Manhattan KS
Hailed as “an extraordinarily versatile orchestra” by The Los Angeles Times, the JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA is composed of 15 of jazz music’s leading soloists under the leadership of musical director Wynton Marsalis.
Drawing from an extensive repertoire
that includes original compositions by Mr. Marsalis, Ted Nash and other members of the orchestra, as well as the masterworks of Ellington, Mingus, Coltrane and other great jazz composers, the JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA with WYNTON MARSALIS live concerts and recordings are critically acclaimed around the world.
The finest big band in the world today. - Daily Telegraph, UK
Generous funding provided by the Ivester family.
Season tickets on sale June 9. Single tickets on sale July 27.
Red, White & Bully
starts at 11:30 a.m. each day
Lawrence Humane Society 1805 E. 19th St., Lawrence, KS 66046
The whole month of July is Red, White, & Bully! All available bully breed dogs 6 months and older will have an adoption fee of just $4! Adoption requirements apply. Adopters must bring or purchase a collar and leash.
For more information visit our website and Like Us on Facebook!
Furniture Amnesty Day
7 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Manhattan City Park, Wilson Baseball Field Parking Lot
Manhattan Good Neighbors along with the City of Manhattan are hosting the sixth annual Furniture Amnesty Day on Friday, July 25th. Furniture Amnesty Day is a chance for the public to donate their unwanted furniture to those who many need it.
The public is invited to drop-off furniture beginning at 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. If you would like to donate your furniture but are unable to drop it off, contact the City to schedule a pick up on the day of the event. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785-587-2454 for arrangements. For those wanting furniture, selection begins at Noon until 5 p.m. Time slot assignment for selection begins at 8 a.m. on a first come first serve basis.
If you would like more information about Furniture Amnesty Day, please call School of Leadership Studies at 785-532-6085 or email email@example.com.
"The Tree Who Walked Through Time" Gallery of original Art from the book
Mulvane Art Museum 1700 SW Jewell St. Topeka, Kansas
An exhibition of the original artwork for the children’s book The Tree Who Walked Through Time by Lawrence author Maureen Carroll. The book features realistic and fantastic depictions of different species of Kansas trees by such well-known Kansas artists as Lisa Grossman, Stan Herd and Paul Hotvedt. Proceeds from the sales of books will go to the Mulvane’s ArtLab and other art educational programs.
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