Sunflower Fair 2014
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Salina Bicentennial Center, Salina, KS
Your premier health and wellness event including exhibits, experts and speakers, silent auction, honorees and fun plus lunch! All this for just $20 before Sept. 12. $25 at the door. Walk-ins welcome Call 800-432-2703
North Central Flint-Hills Area Agency on Aging
2nd Hand Sale
8am to 3 pm
Elmont United Methodist Church, 6635 NW Church Lane, Topeka, Kansas
Sale of items gently used - Clothes, houseware, furniture, toys, books, etc. Our items just may be your treasure!
Elmont UMC 785-286-4521
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Emerald City Cosmopolitan Club Garage Sale
8am - 4pm Friday and Saturday
37th and Michigan Topeka, Ks American Legion Post #1
Huge garage sale
Emerald City Cosmopolital Club Annual Garage Sale
8am to 5pm
8am to 5pm
Edna @ email@example.com
Walking Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour
733 S. Kansas is the place to start the Downtown Topeka walking ghost tour Saturday, August 23rd at 8PM
Learn the history and haunts of Downtown South Kansas Avenue. Highlights include the Capitol Building, Hazel Hill Chocolates, Jayhawk Theater and Tower and many more. This one hour, less than one mile walking tour covers the whino apparition caught in the alley by camera and numerous other spooky spirits. Cost is 10.00 pp and depart 3-Flower's Metaphysical Treasures 733 S. Kansas avenue at 8PM.
Ghost Tours of Kansas 785-851-0856
India Fest Topeka
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Big Gage Shelter House, Topeka, Kan.
Since 2003, IndiaFest has achieved its goal of introducing Indian culture in its myriad forms to the people of Topeka. The event offers diverse cuisine from different regions of India, photo opportunities for Topekans to picture themselves in traditional Indian garb, and mehendi or henna application. All of this food is home made and donated by volunteers. There is also a sale of a variety of Indian handicrafts and costume jewelry. All of the net proceeds from this event are donated every year to a local charity. This year the event will benefit TARC!
Briana Holmes, firstname.lastname@example.org, 785.506.8720 or Dr. Sunil Gotru, email@example.com or 316.993.4612