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Topeka Women's Connection Fall Luncheon

Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library 1515 SW 10th Topeka, Kansas
Entertainment includes music by Rozanna Selley, style show by Findables, Inspirational message by Gayla Hicks. Reservations due Nov 3, call 785 233-1387 $14.00

785-233-1387 or 785-266-1522


Pancake Breakfast

Albert Neese Masonic Lodge, 45th and Shawnee Heights Road
Fundraiser - Pancake (AYCE) Breakfast, sausage, biscuits and gravy, drinks. $6.50 adults, $2.00 Children

Bob Runion, 785-862-2595, s2f@cox.net


Old Fashioned Christmas

Journey Church, 2727 SW Wanamaker Road, Topeka
Spend an Old Fashioned Christmas at Journey Church. Fun for the entire family. Free pictures with St. Nic, cookies and children can make a gift too. Free and Open to the public.

Journey Church 271-5483


Saturday Women's Connection of Topeka

Capitol Plaza Hotel, Maner Center, Pioneer Room 1717 S.W. Topeka Blvd Enter Parking Lot off 17th St
Strings & Things Luncheon. Cost of Lunch: $14. incl.
Music: talented, award winning musical family. Carolyn Sandquist & her sons, Patrick & Peter with their stringed instruments.
Business Feature: Sondra Harkness, digital photo specialist, Wolfe's Camera Shop, stunning ideas for special photo gifts.
Speaker: Popular Speaker, Gayla Hicks, Wichita, KS, shares how a turning point in her life led her on a Path to Perfect peace.

Call Arlene: 785-233-0701 or email: leidacloud@cox.net



Reality Tour

1921 SE Indiana, Topeka, Kansas
The Reality Tour is coming back to the Topeka area! The Reality Tour is a live-action program that walks kids and their parents through the consequences of drug and alcohol use. It will be offered on Saturday, October 18 at 10:30 a.m. and is FREE. This event is for youth ages 10 and older, along with their parents, grandparents and loved ones. This free event also includes lunch at noon. Space is limited, so we are requesting advance registration. Please feel free to pass this information on to your friends, neighbors and families who have youth in their lives! Please register by calling 266.8666. For more information, please call the phone number or email bhedberg@parstopeka.com.

Call 266.8666 or Bob Hedberg at bhedberg@parstopeka.com.


Safe Streets Coalition

701 N Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Kansas
The Safe Streets Coalition will meet on Wednesday, November 5 at 11:45 a.m. at the Great Overland Station, 701 N Kansas Avenue. Please call 266.4606 or email jwilson@safestreets.org if you would like to attend.

Judy at 266.4606


Retailers Meeting

2209 SW 29th Street, Topeka, Kansas
Retailers Meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Safe Streets' Office, 2209 SW 29th Street, Topeka, Kansas. Safe Streets' objective is to "link" business leaders with current and local crime trends as well as the information resources and tools needed to deter criminal activity and help protect customers and employees.

Judy at 266.4606 or jwilson@safestreets.org


Retailers Meeting

2209 SW 29th Street, Topeka, Kansas
Retailer's Meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Safe Streets' Office, 2209 SW 29th Street, Topeka, Kansas. Safe Streets' objective is to "link" business leaders with current and local crime trends as well as the information resources and tools needed to deter criminal activity and help protect customers and employees.

Judy at 266.4606 or jwilson@safestreets.org


Tecumseh United Methodist Church Fall Festival

334 SE Tecumseh Rd, Tecumseh KS 66542
Fall Festival, Chili, Soup, Sweet Shop, Crafts, Apple Dumplings

Diana Halstead, PO Box 111, Berryton, KS 66409, 785-633-0286


Fall Vendor Party - Fall in Love with Unique Treasures

Eclipse Urban Lounge, 4117 SW Huntoon, Topeka, KS 66614
Fall In Love With Unique Treasures
Gifts for others, gifts for yourself!!!!
Items including…
Scentsy
Homemade Scarves
It Works
Silpada
Younique
Origami Owl
Stella & Dot
Arbonne
In a Pikle
BeautiControl
Lulu’s Pillows
Norwex
Mary Kay
Pink Zebra
31 Bags
Tastefully simple
Longaberger Baskets
Claymama’s Art Workshop
Jamberry Nails
Pampered Chef
Chair Massages
Goddess Dresses

Amanda Petrik, 785-564-3965, amandapetrik@gmail.com


Youth Entrepreneurs Business for Breakfast Topeka

Oct 30, 2014 7:30am

Emerald Ballroom at the Capitol Plaza Hotel
The sixth annual Topeka Business for Breakfast will be held Thursday, October 30 at 7:30am in the Emerald Ballroom at the Capitol Plaza Hotel. Robb Heineman, CEO of Sporting Club, the parent organization of Sporting KC, and Managing Partner of Sporting Innovations will be the featured speaker.

Tickets are $50 each and available by calling 316-828-3910 or through,youthentrepreneurs.org/events/category/104/.

Cody Foster, Co-Founder of Advisors Excel will serve as moderator.
Annie Koch, YE Board Member will serve as Emcee.

The Business for Breakfast event raises funds to support the Youth Entrepreneurs program including classroom curriculum as well as extracurricular and professional development opportunities.

Tickets are $50 each and available by calling 316-828-3910 or through, youthentrepreneurs.org/events/category/104/.



Speed Dating! Presented by Capital Love Connections

Eclipse Urban Lounge, 4117 SW Huntoon, Topeka KS 66604
Speed Dating has finally arrived in Topeka! Have a series of brief, one-on-one “mini-dates" with 15 or more singles! At the end of the evening, you discreetly choose who you would like to sees again. If that person selects you too, we pass on your contact info. No pressure or rejection to worry about - just have fun! Also a great way to meet new friends and network. Tickets are $20 and must be purchased in advance at http://capitalloveconnections.com/events-and-promotions/
Session 1 for ages 41-58 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Session 2 for ages 24-40 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Marie Campbell 785-408-0140
Email: CapitalLove@icloud.com



Silents in the Cathedral presents "The Bat"

Grace Episcopal Cathedral, 701 SW 8th Ave.
The Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library presents "The Bat" (1926), at Grace Episcopal Cathedral. Directed by Roland West and starring Louise Fazenda and Jack Pickford, this silent film combines drama, comedy and the intrigue of a murder mystery. Sensational music by Dr. Marvin Faulwell playing the Cathedral organ with Bob Keckeisen on percussion. introductions by film historian Denise Morrison. Audiences are encouraged to come in costume.

Kelli Smith, 785-580-4590.


Fuzion School of Dance 10 year Birthday Bash

118 NW Elm Row Avenue Topeka, Kansas 66608
A celebration of 10 years for Fuzion School of Dance with free dance lessons, games and fun activities, a worship service with Grace Point Church, food, and outdoor dance with a DJ.

Kelly Quy 785-232-4352, misskelly@fuzionschoolofdance.com


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

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



Moose Lodge Fall Craft and Gift Show

1901 N Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66608
Event kicks off with a pancake feed at 8 am, the Craft and Gift Show will start at 10:00 am and run to 2 pm. FREE to the public. call 785-250-6788 or e-mail fallcraftshow@cox.net for more info.

Stephanie Burdett, 785-250-6788


Meet Me in St. Louis

The Columbian Theatre - Wamego, KS
Come see one of the top family musicals of all time! Meet Me in St. Louis, set during the 1904 World's Fair, showcases the Smith sisters who are devastated when their father tells them they are moving from St. Louis to New York City leaving their love interests behind and missing out on the World's Fair.

Purchase tickets online or call the Box Office at 800.899.1893


Osage County Fire District No. 2 OPEN HOUSE

Osage County Fire District No. 2 Fire Station 911 Laing St. Osage City, KS 66523
Osage County Fire District No. 2 (Osage City Fire Department) will be having it's annual OPEN HOUSE on SUNDAY, October 12, 2014 Starting at 10:00 AM and ending at 2:00 PM.

Osage County Fire District No. 2
osagecountyfd2@gmail.com



BizConnect

Topeka, KS
BizConnect brings together current Youth Entrepreneurs students, alumni, teachers and volunteers with business professionals and the community-at-large for an evening of learning and networking.

Attendees gain professional insights from well-known speakers and make connections with established and up-and-coming professionals. This event is an opportunity to meet flourishing young entrepreneurs from the Topeka area and network about their start-up plans.

Jessica Born
316-828-3919
Jessica@YouthEntrepreneurs.org



THANKSGIVING MEAL

1401 NW Harrison Street, Topeka KS
A free Thanksgiving meal to aid and support the community. Sponsored by Heartland Worship Center Church of God

Pastor David McGinnis - Church 785-232-5503; Cell 814-289-9822


Washburn Alumni Scholarship 5K and 2 Mile Walk

Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, Washburn campus, 1700 SW Jewell, Topeka, KS 66621
Event raises money for Washburn student scholarships

Washburn Alumni Association, 785-670-1643, wualumni@washburn.edu


ARSTOBERFEST

800 & 900 blocks of N. Kansas Ave. NOTO Arts District - Topeka Kansas
NOTO Studio Artists is coordinating Artsoberfest "a celebration of Community and the Arts" planned to take place October 12th 1pm - 6pm. This is a collaborated effort between the businesses and the artist of NOTO Arts District. Our goal is also to generate money to support and promote the arts district's, businesses, artist studios, galleries and event spaces of NOTO Arts District and our community.
This event will be centered around the performance of 4 or 5 bands with a variety of music genres including blues, rock, bluegrass and more. We will feature a selected line up of bands to perform 1 hour to 45 minute sets on a stage that will be set up in the crossroads of N. Kansas Ave and NW Laurent street. We have a call out for bands, anyone interested in contributing a musical or performing talent should apply.
With the streets closed we will charge a fee to vendors for a booth space on the sidewalk and other available areas to sell items of locally handmade arts, crafts, food, soda, beer, wine and more for this arts event. Vendors are asked to register and send payment no later than October 2nd.
We’ll create a "Kids Arts Corner" for the day, with artsy activities, creative art stations, a moonwalk and more. The NOTO streets will be full of vendors, arts, crafts, music and people enjoying Artstoberfest.
10 booth spaces will be donated to 10 High School and/or college art student through a selection process of interested applicants. If your are interested in applying please contact us through the email listed below.
We are in need of sponsorship, donations, contributions and volunteers to make this community event successful for the NOTO Arts District and the NOTOStudio Artists. If you would like particapate in one or more of these was please contact NOTO.artists@gmail.com.
There is more awesome details that will be announced as they are confirmed. Follow us on facebook. www.facebook.com/notoartists https://www.facebook.com/events/758765210840901/ If you would like to get involved with the volunteering, we have plenty of fun task to choose from and we’re always open to ideas that can improve this event.
If you have any questions about this event, please feel free to contact me. We're looking forward to a successful event.
Thank you for your support!

Alexander Lancaster
(785) 851-8101
837 ½ N.Kansas Ave
Topeka, Kansas 66608.



McEachron Elementary Fall Carnival

4433 SW 29th Terrace, Topeka Ks
Make a Splash. Many games with prizes, Bouncy House, Cake Walk, Hit a Car, and much more.

David Jay, 785-338-0729, Huckstr1973@gmail.com


Ephemeral Consciousness: A Senior Exhibit

John R. Adams Gallery located in Art Building of Washburn University Topeka, KS
This is an art exhibit by Bachelors of Fine Arts candidate, Vivian Mosier, that seeks to explore memories of home and belonging and how they change or get lost completely.

Call Art department of Washburn University for more info (785) 670-1125 or email Vivian at vivian.mosier@washburn.edu


AMO Scholarship Program Chili Feed

1196 Buchanan Topeka, Ks
Chili Feed to raise funds for the scholarship Program

Marcia Dane AMO Scholarship Chairperson 785-35-023


Indian Hills Elementary 27th Annual Pancake Feed

7445 SW 29th St, Topeka, KS 66614
Please join us at Indian Hills on Saturday, October 11th for great food and FUN!!!
The event also includes a Raffle, Bake Sale, Cake Walk, Class Basket Auction, Silent Auction, Kids Brown Bag Raffle, and Kids Games.

Proceeds from the event will fund Before and After School Activities for the students, Field Day, Kindergarten Round-Up, Teacher Requests, Sixth Grade Promotion, Operating Expenses, Hospitality and Staff Appreciation.

Tickets for the breakfast are $5 per person and include all you can eat pancakes, plus sausage and a drink (coffee, milk or juice).

Kristi Ditmer (249-7359)
Tom VanDerSluis (221-2080)



Town & Country Christian Church

pancake feed $5.00 adults $3.00 kids 12 under
Pancakes, sausage and breakfast beverage choice is included in your price. All proceeds will go to Teri Cut right who is battling cancer.

Dawn Tompkins 785-408-0488 dawnpaz32@yahoo.com


West Topeka Ghost Tour

Celtic Fox 8th and Jackson, Topeka, Kansas
Considered the scandals tour, partake in the historical chaos which has made Topeka nationally recognized in probably not such a good way! Topeka State Hospital Grounds has quite a history indeed! Learn about what is referred to as, "The Pit!" where many a body lies! Get out and see for yourself the magnitude of eeriness felt in this local. How awful to have been written up nationally as one of the worst mental hospitals to be a patient at in the 1950's. Oh, the horrible suffering and pain the patients endured! Let's not forget about the hospital being Dr. Karl Menninger's Playground. What could possibly be going on in Gage Park that could cause quite a stir to this day? Rumors of cleanings in the the basement of a local hospital adds to the interest of this ghost tour! Did you know there are bodies buried under the street of a local cemetery? Find out which one. Get out and experience the atmosphere of this well hidden cemetery. Ward-Meade Park harbors many a ghost! A local mortuary denies having ghosts but we know otherwise. Several other locations not listed including Topeka Country Club. Who is Stinky Many? West Topeka Ghost Tour departs Celtic Fox restaurant at 8th and Jackson in Topeka, Kansas and lasts approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. PLEASE REMEMBER TO PRINT OUT YOUR CONFIRMATION PAGE. GTK DOES NOT MAIL TICKETS.

785-851-0856



Boy Scout Troop 10 Chili Feed

University United Methodist Church 17th and College Topeka, KS
Boy Scout Troop 10 providing all-you-can-eat chili for $5.00 and cinnamon rolls for an additional $2.00. All proceeds help the Troop with scouting activities such as camping and leadership development. Children under 5 eat free.

Katrina Ringler 785-215-0870


Cow Creek Opry

Havensville Kansas @ HRHS Community Building
Country Music Show ,Classic country , Bluegrass and Gospel , 2 hours of great music. Shows start at 2pm and 7pm. doors open 1 hr. before shows , there's plenty of food and drinks . Plenty of seating no need for a reservation .

Terry Jordan


Science on Tap: The Politics of Causes

Free State Brewing Co.
Who is to blame for obesity or gun violence? When public policies are proposed regarding issues such as these, the topics quickly become politicized. These "politics of causes" are often rooted in our partisan predispositions. For this Science on Tap, political scientist Don Haider-Markel will discuss how the public thinks about causation when it comes to hot-button issues from gun violence to homosexuality to immigration.

Kitty Stephens, 785-864-4450


BONE THUGS N HARMONY LIVE @ The Topeka Performing Arts Center

Topeka, KS

DEUCE ALLEY PRODUCTIONS & BUCK ENT. proudly present

GRAMMY AWARD WINNERS

BONE THUGS n HARMONY live in concert
Saturday October 11th 2014

@ The Topeka Performing Arts Center
214 SE 8th St Topeka, KS 66603

Get your tickets @ The Topeka Performing Arts Center's Box Office M-F 10am till 5pm

or

www.ticketmaster.com

All Ages show
Doors open 8PM
You can buy tickets @ the door if there are any left

Parking will be available in Capital Federal parking garage across the street.

VIP Tickets & Meet & Greet will also be available
Vendor & Sponsor Spots are available

We have 1 Slot still available for openers

for show & ticket info contact 785-969-7879

BONE THUGS & HARMONY

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony are an American hip hop group from Cleveland, Ohio. It consists of rappers Krayzie Bone, Layzie Bone, Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone and Flesh-N-Bone. American West Coast rapper Eazy-E, former member of rap group N.W.A, signed Bone Thugs-n-Harmony to Ruthless Records in late 1993, when Bone Thugs debuted with their EP Creepin on ah Come Up. The EP included their breakout hit single "Thuggish Ruggish Bone".

In 1995, the group released its second album E. 1999 Eternal, which included hits "1st of tha Month" and "East 1999." A tribute to the recently deceased Eazy-E, titled "Tha Crossroads", won a Grammy award in 1997. The Art of War, the group's third album, was also released in 1997. Bone Thugs is also the only group that has worked with deceased artists 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., Eazy-E & Big Pun while they were still alive. The editors of About.com ranked them #12 on their list of the "25 Best Rap Groups of All Time",[1] and MTV called them "the most melodic hip-hop group of all time".[2]

In 2000, BTNHResurrection reached platinum in one month and Thug World Order (2002) received more moderate sales and promotion, going Gold and peaking at #3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. After the album the group went on hiatus and released their sixth studio album Thug Stories independently before returning in 2007 with the major label release Strength & Loyalty, this time released by Swizz Beatz's label Full Surface Records. Bone Thugs-n-Harmony officially returned with their new album Uni-5: The World's Enemy, released in 2010 by their own record label, BTNH Worldwide, with distribution by Warner Bros.

HOSTED BY DJ 151

DJ 151 & DJ TOP CITY on the 1's & 2's

D-LOC (the World Wide Chopper himself)
(KANSAS CITY,KS)

BIZZY (PEDRO BIZZ JUANJULIO) (TOPEKA,KS)

CHEETA MANE (MIAMI,FLORIDA)

KLOAK DIVINE (DALLAS, TEXAS)

FUELO (TOPEKA,KS)

SEUSS MACE (TOPEKA,KS)

LIL RICKY (TOPEKA,KS)

Steve Deuce Alley 785-969-7879


Volkstober in NOTO

NOTO arts district North Topeka, Kansas
An all Volkswagen car show to benefit The Rescue Mission and NOTO Studio Artists

Amy Harrison, President Topeka Wide Associated VW Club 785-250-3345 twavwclub@gmail.com


FreedomHouse (formerly Judgement House)

Wanamaker Woods Nazarene Church, 3501 SW Wanamaker Rd, Topeka, KS 66614
Halloween Alternative/Drama

Church: 785-273-2248
For Reservations: 785-969-1988



4th Annual Made from the Heart Holiday Craft Fair

720 NW 50th
Holiday crafts from a variety of vendors

Charles Galligher


Pinnacle Fitness Zumbathon "Adopt an Angel"

Pinnacle Fitness 907 SW 37terr Topeka, KS 66609
KVC (Kansas People Matter) and Pinnacle Fitness are teaming up to provide Christmas presents to every KVC child in foster care. 100% of profits go to purchase of gifts. We are trying to get at least 1 gift for each child. Event is open to public. 4 30 minute sessions will be held. Drop in is $10 per session.


Brandon Decker, Pinnacle Fitness 785.215.8380


Shimmy 4 the Cure

Metropolitan Community Church, 4425 SW 19th St. Topeka, KS
On October 4th, 2014 we are hosting the 4th Annual Shimmy 4 the Cure. It is a charity event that raises money for breast cancer research, education, and patient support and care. Over that last three years we have raised over $13,000. This year we have a goal of $6,000.
The event, which is being held at Metropolitan Community Church in Topeka, KS, is a belly dance benefit show with all the proceeds going to the local chapter of the American Cancer Society. The event consists of dance performances with very talented acts from all over the country. These performers donate their time and talent in support of this event. We are also holding a silent auction of donated items. This show has grown in attendance and support each year. 100% of proceeds from sales of tickets, t-shirts, raffle items and donations are donated.

Donations: https://fundly.com/shimmy-4-the-cure

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shimmy-4-the-cure-breast-cancer-showbenefit-tickets-12730341795

Cyndi Cyreigna Elliott 785-408-6412


Invite a Veteran to Breakfast

Central Park Community Center
Shawnee County Parks & Recreation and Perkins Restaurant & Bakery will host a Veteran’s day breakfast at Central Park Community Center, 1534 SW Clay, from 8 - 11am, Saturday, Nov 8, 2014. “Invite a Veteran to Breakfast” will allow Veterans to eat free when accompanied by a paid participant. In addition to a free breakfast, we will honor our Veterans with a flower, and entertainment. Area youth choir’s and our very own “State Street Singers” will once again honor the Veterans with their angelic voice; Tickets are $5 -include a pancake and sausage breakfast for the participant and one veteran. For more information, please contact Cheryl Newton at 251-2967

Cheryl Newton


YWCA's Shine a Light event

YWCA
Bring a lawn chair, grab a slice of pizza, and listen to local musicians and speakers. Walk our beautiful lighted Path of Hope dedicated to victims and survivors of domestic violence. Wear purple to show your support.

audraf@ywcatopeka.org


Topeka Holiday food & gift Mart

Kansas Expocentre - One Expocentre Dr. Topeka, KS 66612
Shop hundreds of merchants with handcrafted goods, home décor, gourmet foods, and a little something for everyone! The festival will provide shoppers with unique and handcrafted gifts, many of which cannot be found anywhere else! The Show will feature art, jewelry, clothing, photography, toys, Christmas décor, and much more! Admission is $5 for Adults, and youth 16 & under are free.

Reagan Bartram @ 1.800.756.4788 ext. 32


pancake fundraier for jessica bayless

Applebees 5928 SW 17th Street Topeka, Kansas
fundraiser Jessica has tumors on her spine

KAren BArber 785 817-5951
Applesbees 5928 SW 17th Topeka, KAnsas



pancake fundraier for jessica bayless

Applebees 5928 SW 17th Street Topeka, Kansas
fundraiser Jessica has tumors on her spine

KAren BArber 785 817-5951
Applesbees 5928 SW 17th Topeka, KAnsas



Blue Earth Initiatives, Inc. "Fall Get Together"

2519 North Topeka Boulevard, Topeka, Kansas
Native Cultural Presentation by Dennis Rogers/Navajo Nation featuring his "Flute/Hoop Dance" Performance and Prairie Band Potawatomi Guitarist/vocalist Roman Harjo IIi and his Band....Indian Taco Sale also!

Terry CrossBear, 785/207-6321


34 year old Millionaire Entrepreneur coming to Topeka will show others how they can achieve success the same way he did.

Hyatt Place 6021 SW 6th in Topeka
Brian McCoy grew up in a small town in Nebraska and dropped out of college before he had finished one semester. Brian was selling cars when he discovered the secret to unlocking the power of building a successful business by building teams and helping others do the same. Because of these methods, Brian now works less than 20 hours most weeks and spends most of those hours showing others how they can do what he did.
Brian, will be featured at a meeting, Monday, October 20, 2014 at 6 pm at the Hyatt Place in Topeka. Tickets are only $5.00 and seating is limited to hear Brian present his methods for building a business and building teams to leverage your way to success. Dinner is included. Brian will show how learning some simple key questions to ask people can help them uncover what they need to achieve success. He will show you how saying a few simple sentences and pushing play on a DVD player can launch you in an exciting business to deliver health and wealth benefits to yourself and many others. He will tell you how he has helped others go from business start up to enough income to retire from their regular jobs in as little as 2 months.
Brian has spoken at nationwide business seminars for several years and has been featured in a cover article in Home Business Connection magazine. Brian lives in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife Sarah, son Fynn and another child on the way.

Amy Punches 7852191639


Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour Fundraiser Moose Lodge 555

Topeka
Ghost Tours of Kansas

785-851-0856

info@ghosttoursofkansas.com

or call Moose Lodge 555 785-235-5050 to purchase tickets



The first and still one of the best! The Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour offers a history lesson of Topeka and the haunts associated with them. The Kansas State Capitol Building is majestic indeed! I suppose it would have to be considering the death cloud that hangs over its existence! Angst in the Alleys and Brains in the basement seems appropriately named for this tour. Jayhawk Hotel and Theater create a partnership of paranormal mayhem. Be sure to check out the full apparition of a bum that was captured during a Downtown Tour in the alley of Jayhawk by a tour guest. South Kansas Avenue seems to be plagued with a paranormal epidemic, Field of Greens, The Break Room, Hazel Hill and 3-Flower's Metaphysical Treasures, just to name a few. The Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour will depart from the Moose Lodge1901 N Kansas Avenue at 3PM on October 26th.

Ghost Tours of Kansas


St. Matthew Catholic Church Fall Festival 5K Walk/Run

Great Life Fitness & Golf, 913 SE 29th, Topeka KS
5K Walk/Run Registration begins at 8 am Walk/Run starts at 9 am. For more info or to register email stmatts5K@gmail.com

Judy Menke, Co-Chair St. Matthew Fall Festival, 785-633-8244,


St. Matthew Catholic Church Fall Festival

St. Matthew Catholic Church Grounds, 2700 SE Virginia, Topeka KS
Fall Festival - Turkey dinner, Adults and Kids Games & Inflatables. Turkey Dinner - $9 Adults $3 Children.

Judy Menke, Co-Chair Fall Festival, 785-233-0650


St. Matthew Catholic Church Fall Festival

St. Matthew Catholic Church Grounds, 2700 SE Virginia, Topeka KS
Fall Festival - Turkey dinner, Adults and Kids Games & Inflatables. Turkey Dinner - $9 Adults $3 Children.

Judy Menke, Co-Chair Fall Festival, 785-233-0650


Thomas K Reed Memorial Ranch Rodeo

Morris County Arena
Ranch Rodeo that will have events in team sorting, calf branding, team doctoring, trailer loading and double mugging. Real working cowboys will be competeing. Admission $2.00 each (10 and under free).

Tammie Reed 620-344-0986


Mitch McVicker in Concert!

Topeka First Free Methodist Church 3450 se Indiana Topeka, KS
Mitch McVicker dove award winning sing song writer in concert.
Free admission.

Curtiss L. Chase 1501 SW Van Buren st. Topeka, KS 66612 785-224-6720


Mobile Food Pantry

Topeka Free Methodist Church 3450 SE Indiana Ave. Topeka, Kansas 66605
Topeka Free Methodist Church, a member of Harvester’s network, will hold a Mobile Food Pantry in Topeka on Saturday, October 25, at 9:00am. The food pantry will be held in the church’s parking lot: 3450 SE Indiana Ave. Topeka, Kansas 66605.

The Mobile Food Pantry will distribute food intended for families in need of emergency food assistance. The distribution of primarily fresh produce will take place on a first-come, first-serve basis. Recipients will be asked to provide the number in the household, and volunteers will distribute food from pallets directly into vehicles.

Rev. Mark S. Waterhouse
785-266-6610
topekafmc@gmail.com
www.topekafmc.org



Clothing Exchange

Topeka Free Methodist Church 3450 SE Indiana Ave. Topeka, Kansas 66605
The Clothing Exchange will be open Saturday, November 1, from 10:00am - 2:00pm and Saturday, November 8 from 10:00am - 2:00pm. The Clothing Exchange offers free clothing and small household items. People may also bring used clothing to share. Clothing needs to be in good condition (you would still wear it) and clean.

Rev. Mark S. Waterhouse
785-266-6610
topekafmc@gmail.com
www.topekafmc.org



Clothing Exchange

Topeka Free Methodist Church 3450 SE Indiana Ave. Topeka, Kansas 66605
The Clothing Exchange will be open Saturday, November 1, from 10:00am - 2:00pm and Saturday, November 8 from 10:00am - 2:00pm. The Clothing Exchange offers free clothing and small household items. People may also bring used clothing to share. Clothing needs to be in good condition (you would still wear it) and clean.

Rev. Mark S. Waterhouse
785-266-6610
topekafmc@gmail.com
www.topekafmc.org



Mitch McVicker in Concert

Topeka Free Methodist Church 3450 SE Indiana Ave. Topeka, Kansas 66605
Mitch MicVicker, Dove award winning Singer/Songwriter will be in Concert at the Topeka Free Methodist Church on Thursday, November 13 at 7:00pm. This concert is free, but a free will offering will be taken.

Rev. Mark S. Waterhouse
785-266-6610
topekafmc@gmail.com
www.topekafmc.org



The Ottawa Main Street Association’s 2nd annual Outdoor Flea

100 S Main Street, Ottawa KS 66067
Ottawa Main Street Association
209 E Second Street
Ottawa, KS 66067
(785) 242-2085

Media Release

Ottawa Main Street Association Presents A Main Street 3rd Saturday Event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Ottawa, Kansas –The Ottawa Main Street Association’s 2nd annual Outdoor Flea Market on Saturday, October 18, 2014.

Ottawa Main Street Association (OMSA) is an integral part of Ottawa helping to maintain, enhance, and promote actives and a thriving downtown. OSMA is committed in creating and supporting activities and events to generate excitement, pride, and commerce in Ottawa’s historic downtown community.

October’s 3rd Saturday event is the OMSA Annual Outdoor Flea Market on Saturday, October 18 from 9 am – 4 pm (500 N. though 400 S. Main Street) with musical guests the Steve Stickland Band at 10 am and the Barnyard Boys (music of unknown genres) at 5:30 in Haley Park (201 S. Main Street) – no admission fee – free to public

Are you a vendor who sells antiques, vintage repurposed furniture, vintage clothing, collectibles, crafts, cosmetics, and jewelry and wish to participate in this yearly event? To reserve your spot please contact Sharron Spence at 785-242-6355 by October 14th.

Looking for that something special or unique gift …you never know what you will find! This event is “family friendly” with shopping, food, and music.

Ottawa, KS is located between Kansas City and Emporia right off I-35


Becci Shisler (785) 242-2085
Sharron Spence (785) 242-6355



Roller Derby Recruitment Event

Sk8away, Inc. 815 SW Fairlawn Topeka, KS

Topeka's own adult women’s flat track roller derby team is hosting a recruitment event! Want to be a part of the world's fastest growing sport? Interested in becoming a Crusher, referee, or non-skating official? Feel free to drop in! Just bring yourself, a photo ID, your insurance card, and a friend!

We welcome skaters of all sizes, ages, and abilities. No prior skating or roller derby experience required, although you must be 18+ years old and have health insurance. The first four practices are free and you may borrow all the equipment you need skates, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, and helmet.


Tracy 785-331-6191

Trill0042@hotmail.com



Roller Derby Recruitment Event

Sk8away, Inc. 815 SW Fairlawn Topeka, KS

Topeka's own adult women’s flat track roller derby team is hosting a recruitment event! Want to be a part of the world's fastest growing sport? Interested in becoming a Crusher, referee, or non-skating official? Feel free to drop in! Just bring yourself, a photo ID, your insurance card, and a friend!

We welcome skaters of all sizes, ages, and abilities. No prior skating or roller derby experience required, although you must be 18+ years old and have health insurance.


The first four practices are free and you may borrow all the equipment you need skates, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, and helmet.

Tracy 785-331-6191

Trill0042@hotmail.com



Seaman Fall Into Fitness 5K Run/Walk

4850 NW Rochester Rd. Topeka, KS 66617
Fall Into Fitness 5K Run/Walk and Half Mile Fun Run
Seaman High School Stadium
4850 Rochester Rd.
Saturday Morning, November 8, 2013
All Ages
Early Registration: $20 (by 10/20)
On-site registration $30



Questions visit www.usd345.com, or call SHS @ 286-8300.


3rd Annual Arts & Crafts Market

Washburn Rural High School Commons, Topeka
Come shop with our talented Artists, Crafters, Bakers, & Small Businesses. This event also benefits our Auburn Washburn Foundation

Leslie Richards, WRHS Teacher


LifeHouse Child Advocacy Center's Birthday Party

303 S. Kansas Avenue, Suite 200, Topeka, KS 66603
LifeHouse Child Advocacy Center is celebrating its 15th year of operation. LifeHouse CAC serves Topeka and surrounding counties by bringing together Law Enforcement and DCF in one place to interview a child who has been sexually or physically abused, or a witness to violence. We provide a child friendly atmosphere, and are here for the children throughout the entire process of the investigation. LifeHouse allows a child to only have to be interviewed once. Please come help us celebrate!

Katie Zeller, 785-232-5433, cac@lifehousecac.com


YWCA Shine a Light event

Clyde O'Bracken/Sertoma Park, Topeka KS
Join us at Topeka's very first Shine a Light event, where we will bring awareness of domestic violence out of the darkness and into the light. We will have pizza, local musicians and speakers there, as well as a beautiful lighted Path of Hope dedicated to victims and survivors of domestic violence. Show your support by wearing purple!

audraf@ywcatopeka.org


Pancake Feed, Wakarusa Lodge

10126 SW Jordan Rd, Wakarusa, KS 66546
Great pancake feed, including coffee, milk, or juice. Just $6. A local favorite event, held Spring and Fall every year.

Ron Potter, 785-554-5670


Buttons-N-Bows

Manhattan Catholic Schools at 220 & 306 S Juliette Ave, Manhattan, KS
There are crafters and artists selling their beautiful hand-made items made from wood, pottery, jewelry, fabric and many, many more. There is also a Bake Sale and a concession stand. The Fair is a great way to find decorations and GIFTS for the upcoming holiday seasons for yourself or your family and friends!

Manhattan Catholic Schools
phone: 785-565-5052
email : buttonsnbows50@gmail.com
website: manhattancatholicschools.org
or on Facebook



34 year old Millionaire Entrepreneur coming to Topeka will show others how they can achieve success the same way he did.

Hyatt Place 6021 SW 6th in Topeka
Brian McCoy grew up in a small town in Nebraska and dropped out of college before he had finished one semester. Brian was selling cars when he discovered the secret to unlocking the power of building a successful business by building teams and helping others do the same. Because of these methods, Brian now works less than 20 hours most weeks and spends most of those hours showing others how they can do what he did.
Brian, will be featured at a meeting, Monday, October 20, 2014 at 6 pm at the Hyatt Place in Topeka. Tickets are only $5.00 and seating is limited to hear Brian present his methods for building a business and building teams to leverage your way to success. Dinner is included. Brian will show how learning some simple key questions to ask people can help them uncover what they need to achieve success. He will show you how saying a few simple sentences and pushing play on a DVD player can launch you in an exciting business to deliver health and wealth benefits to yourself and many others. He will tell you how he has helped others go from business start up to enough income to retire from their regular jobs in as little as 2 months.
Brian has spoken at nationwide business seminars for several years and has been featured in a cover article in Home Business Connection magazine. Brian lives in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife Sarah, son Fynn and another child on the way.

Amy Punches 7852191639


5th Annual Science is a Blast!

Forest Park Conference and Retreat Center, 3158 SE 10th, Topeka, KS
Forest Park Conference and Retreat Center will host over 550 students on Thursday, Sept. 25 for the 5th annual Science is a Blast! Program. The first hour of the program will be a presentation by Steve Jacobs, newly retired Discovery Channel Chief Scientist. The students will see a lot of explosions and other exciting scientific experiments. In addition, they will enjoy the last hour of hands-on activities. They will make their own lava lamp and create “disappearing water.” The entire day will help the teachers meet their state science guidelines.

Susan Cunningham, 785-250-1694, info@forestparkretreat.com


Pancake Breakfast at Applebee's - K-State Wesley UMC Campus Ministry Fundraiser

Applebee's, 5928 SW 17th St, Topeka, KS 66604
Pancake fundraiser to buy new dorm beds for the K-State Wesley UMC Campus Ministry.

K-State Wesley is the United Methodist campus ministry program that includes an intentional Christian residential community. We house up to 50 students at a time who engage in service, prayer, discipleship and fellowship.

We are hoping to purchase 50 new beds at $500 each, but we can’t accomplish this alone. Please consider joining us for pancakes on October 4th!

Extra donations accepted

Christine Hargrove
Berryton UMC
785-862-9494
c@cyhassociates.com



Benefit Auction for Child Care Aware of Eastern Kansas

Kansas Expocentre's Ag Hall, One Expocentre Dr., Topeka, KS 66612
Join Child Care Aware® of Eastern Kansas for a Benefit Auction on Saturday, October 18! The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kansas Expocentre’s Ag Hall located at One Expocentre Drive in Topeka. A “White Elephant” Sale and Silent Auction will begin at 9 a.m. Auctioneer Dan Kooser of Kooser Auction Service, who was voted best auctioneer for 2013 and 2014 in Topeka and northeast Kansas, will kick off the Live Auction at 10 a.m.

This event has free admission and is open to the public. Food/concessions will be available during the event, including pulled pork sandwiches and chili.

100s of new and used auction items that include holiday decor, jewelry, furniture, lamps, mirrors, KU and KSU items, household items, family-friendly outings, restaurant certificates, golf outings, themed baskets and much more! “Cash and Carry” items available!

To view an up-to-date auction item list and list of auction donors, visit http://east.ks.childcareaware.org.

All proceeds benefit ERC Resource & Referral, Inc., dba Child Care Aware® of Eastern Kansas.

Eryn Allen, 785-440-4513, eryn@east.ks.childcareaware.org


Womens of Grace Conference & Worship-- River of Life Family Worship Center--Theme: From Travail to Triumph

October 10th-at River of Life @5010 SW 20th Terrace--Topeka Kansas
Tickets are $35.00
October 10th- Friday @ 7:30 pm at River of Life @5010 SW 20th Terrace--Evangelistic Service. Featuring Special Guest Speaker Sister Joy Howard, House of Faith Ministries
October 11th-Saturday @9:00am to 3:00pm@ Quincy Conference & Event Center @707 SE Quincy St. Suite 300 (Inside the New Century Credit Union building on the third floor) Light Breakfast, Lunch and workshop materials
Keynote Speaker: Evangelist Davita Wesley Vaughn Featuring Special Guests: Evangelist Pam Berry, Evangelist Sandra Simpson, Evangelist Sandra Peters
October12th-Sunday @11:00am @ River of Life Family Worship Center Featuring Special Guest Speaker: District Missionary Mary Green Louise Green

Missionary Olivia Harris 785.969.7587 oharris@shawneecourt.org OR oharris5@cox.net
Missionary Diahann Frazier: 785.341.7138 dmissions2@yahoo.com



Wichita Kansas Ghost Tours

Wichita, Ks
http://www.ghosttoursofkansas.com/Wichita.html

Wichita Ghost Tours, October 4th, 11th, 25th and 31st 2014

A ghost tour of Wichita would not be complete without hearing the tale of Rowdy Jo and Redbeard and their notorious shootout in the Delano District! Brothels, Beer Halls, theaters and gambling halls were consistent for the area. No wonder numerous Delano businesses harbor paranormal activity which include the sound of a hanging man, a madam at BullWinkle's Tattoo Parlor and an ornery gentleman at the beauty parlor. As you travel down Douglas Street, be in awe of some of the most historic locations in Wichita. Numerous haunted theaters are covered on the tour along with The Forum, previously the Hillside Baptist Church, and has been on the Ghost Tours of Kansas list several years in a row. Wilner auditorium, Clarence at the Broadview and several other locations are covered. Maple Grove cemetery has an interesting past however this is not a get out stop. Tour patrons will be able to get out in 2 locations. Tour lasts approximately 1 hour 45 minutes and departs from Cafe Moderne', 300 N. Mead St. in Wichita, Kansas. PLEASE REMEMBER TO PRINT OUT YOUR CONFIRMATION PAGE. GTK DOES NOT MAIL TICKETS.

Ghost Tours of Kansas 785-851-0856


Candidate Forum 2014

1600 NE Qunicy St., Topeka, KS 66608
Come ask candidates for elected offices questions about disability-related issues. Voter registration will be available. For more information, visit www.tilrc.org or contact Evan at 233-4572

Evan Korynta
785 233-4572



AARP Ch. 37, Topeka Meeting

Planet Sub South of Target at 21st and Wannamaker in Topeka, KS
Have lunch together with lively conversation. Our speaker will share ways that Seniors can avoid being scammed.

Sandy Swartz (785) 554-6097



Saturday Women's Connection & Women's Connection of Topeka present an "Update your Home" Brunch!

Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library 1515 SW 10th Ave Topeka, KS
Brunch Cost: $14. incl. program no charge & open to all women. Business Feature: Joyce Winters/Furniture Mall of KS; new trends for fall & winter decor. Speaker: "And then I heard Gunshots!" Susan Finney, Winfield, KS, tells of her miraculous survival of a gunshot wound to her face & the peace & assurance she experienced afterwards, having gone through such a tumkultous event in her life. Susan is a teacher & a gifted artist.

Reservations: Call Arlene: 233-0701 or email: leidacloud@cox.net


Lab Health Fair

Holyrood American Legion, 416 N. North Main, Holyrood, KS
Mobile Lab Health Fair. No appointments necessary. Cash, check or major credit cards accepted. Pre-registration at www.ewmed.com available or call Doug, 785-472-5028 ext. 307 for more information. Event is from 7:00 -10:00 am.

Beth Vallier, 785-472-3111


Sci Sat: Earth Science Week

KU Natural History Museum
Come to the KU Natural History Museum to explore activities and demonstrations about the overlapping systems of Earth: air, water, and geology. Go from the tiny world of microbes in soil to the most atmospheric – weather!

Kitty Steffens, 785-864-44450


4th Annual Made from the Heart Craft Fair

Sunrise Optimist Building, 720 NW 50th
Annual Craft fair featuring crafters from around the area. Give Handcrafted gifts for the holidays

Charles Galligher


Constitution Week - Sept. 17 -23

All over America
In 1954 Daughters of American Revolution (DAR) petitioned U.S. Congress to pass a bill celebrating our Constitution. It was later passed and signed into law by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. We are asking churches to ring their bells and families to talk about this great document that was made by the people and for the people to protect our God given freedoms.

Renee Slinkard, Parker, Kansas, 913-898-3088, DAR Marais Des Cygnes Chapter Chair of Constitution Week


Lu'au Party

Osage City Community Building Osage City, KS
Polled Pork Hawaiaan Meal. Entertainment by Island Fire - fire dancing, hula lessons, lu'au pinata and dance band. Silent auction baskets, too!!

United Methodist Church
785-528-4443



String Quartet ETHEL Performs 10/10

McCain Auditorium
ETHEL, the pioneering string quartet, and GRAMMY®-winning Native American flutist Robert Mirabal present a program inspired by the sun mythology of Native America.

785-532-6428


Topeka West Charger Band Pancake Feed

Topeka West High School, Topeka, KS
Topeka West Charger Band Pancake Feed. All you can eat pancakes for $5 at the door.

Contact Cassy Immenschuh at fry71@msn.com or Barry Evans 438-4045/bevans@topeka.k12.ks.us



Military Veterans Project - Pumpkin Ride

Holton Veterans Club
Proceeds will benefit the Military Veterans Project (formerly the Jamie Jarboe Foundation) and American Legion Auxiliary First District, Department of Kansas. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Holton Veterans Club. Last vehicle out at 11:00 a.m. $20 per rider/driver, $5 per passenger. We will travel from the Holton Veterans Club to Valley Falls, Oskaloosa, Perry and making our final stop at Flamingos in Topeka. Meals will be provided to players at Holton and at Flamingos. There will be a 50/50 drawing and live entertainment at Flamingos. Costumes are encouraged and there will be a costume contest at Flamingos. Final prizes will be awarded at Flamingos. Flyers for this event are available upon request.

Tracy Wichman
785-866-4827 - home
785-305-0424 - cell



In Concert Ryan Stevenson

First Baptist Church, 3033 SW MacVicar Ave., Topeka, KS
Ryan is an up and coming new Christian songwriter and singer. Free tickets are available in the church office during normal business hours. For more information: ryanstevensonmusic.com

Verlee Sanneman, 785.267.0380


St. Peter's Community Jubilee...We're throwing a party, and you're the guest of honor!

St. Peter's United Methodist Church, 3737 NW 35th St., Topeka, KS 66618
Celebrating 30 years in northwest Topeka: 3:00 p.m. Children's Carnival; 5:00 p.m. Food; 6:00 p.m. Music

Pastor Francis Stockton, 913-645-1131 cell, 785-286-1281 church


Our Lady of Guadalupe Garage Sale

206 NE Lime (two blocks east of the church)
Garage Sale to support Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Francie Hernandez - 785-267-4588


Kansas Ancestor Fair 2014

Kansas Historical Society, 6435 SW 6th, Topeka, KS
A free celebration of Family HIstory month, with educational mini-sessions and informational displays by historical, genealogical and lineage organizations. Learn how to research your family history, and about local resources available to help. A genealogy bookseller and food vendor will be onsite.

Sara Keckeisen, (785) 272-8681, or Barb LaClair at president1@tgstopeka.org


4th Annual Netawaka Street Fair

Mac's Legacy Fitness, Netawaka, KS 66516
Fishing Tournament and Triathlon begin at 8am. Games & Rides 1-5pm, Vendor Booths for shopping 12-5pm. obstacle course challenge, youth at 4pm, adults at 4:30pm. Fun Swim from 4-6pm.

Mac's Legacy Fitness, Event Coordinators - Harold & Brian. 785-933-2616. www.macslegacyfitness.com


4th Annual Netawaka Street Fair

Mac's Legacy Fitness, Netawaka, KS 66516
1pm Lift-A-Thon.
1:30pm Free Throw Competition
1-6pm Family Swim

Mac's Legacy Fitness. Event Coordinators - Harold & Brian. 785-933-2616. www.macslegacyfitness.com. macsathletics@gmail.com.


Here We Grow Again

3343 SW Topeka Blvd Topeka, KS 66611
Here We Grow Again, a Topeka-based children’s consignment sales event, will be held September 16 - September 20, 2014 at 3343 SW Topeka Blvd. More than 200 Topeka-area families participate in the event by selling their kids’ items and shopping the more than 40,000 bargains. The sale will run for five days, during which more than 3,000 shoppers are expected to visit.

The Fall/Winter Here We Grow Again sale’s more than 40,000 items will include kids clothing (newborn up to junior sizes), toys, shoes, Holiday outfits/dresses, books, movies, furniture, strollers, high chairs, nursery decor, baby and toddler items, sporting and play equipment, electronics and much more--anything having to do with kids!

Shamara & Brian Parre
www.herewegrowagain.com
785-221-6367



Junior League of Topeka Diaper Giveaway!

Avondale East Education Center, 455 SE Golf Park Blvd
The Junior League of Topeka will be GIVING AWAY 50 free diapers to the first 500 children on Friday, September 12 from 2-6pm for the Nancy Perry Day of Giving. Sizes newborn to 6 will be available and there is no income requirement. Diapers are provided through the Junior League's Diaper Depot program. Parties requesting diapers for more than one child are asked to provide proof of parentage or guardianship. Join us in the spirit of giving!

Lauren Christ 785-249-5492


St. Theresa Catholic Church Fall Bazaar

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


Shawnee Heights High School - All Class Reunion

Capitol Plaza Hotel, Topeka, Ks
The 3rd Annual All School Reunion will be held on September 20, 2014.

It will be the Capitol Plaza Hotel.

The cost to attend is $15 per person which is the cost for reunion room rental, decorations, setup and cleanup, music and anything else that we need.

The buffet for $25 per person, and will include the following:

Beef Medallions & Chicken Angeline, garlic mashed potatoes, pesto fettuccine, fruit salad, vegetable crudites, garden salad, triple chocolate tiger cake, water, tea or coffee.

Doors open at 5pm for social hour until 12am Cash bar until 11:30pm.

Buffet dinner will be from 6:30 - 7:30

DJ or band will be from 8:30 pm - 11pm

Terri Pease, (785) 379-9698


St. Marys City Market

George J. Perry Memorial Armory, 110 S. 5th, St. Marys, KS 66536
Craft and Vendor Show - Free Admission

Darlene McGranahan


St. Marys City Market

George J. Perry Memorial Armory, 110 S. 5th, St. Marys, KS 66536
Craft and Vendor Show - Free Admission

Darlene McGranahan


Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour September 13th 8PM

Topeka
The first and still one of the best! The Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour offers a history lesson of Topeka and the haunts associated with them. The Kansas State Capitol Building is majestic indeed! I suppose it would have to be considering the death cloud that hangs over its existence! Angst in the Alleys and Brains in the basement seems appropriately named for this tour. Jayhawk Hotel and Theater create a partnership of paranormal mayhem. Be sure to check out the full apparition of a bum that was captured during a Downtown Tour in the alley of Jayhawk by a tour guest. Maybe you can be as lucky during this get out stop. The Pit, Topeka State Hospital Grounds is a must on this tour. South Kansas Avenue seems to be plagued with a paranormal epidemic, Field of Greens, The Break Room, Hazel Hill and 3-Flower's Metaphysical Treasures, just to name a few. The Downtown Topeka Ghost Tour departs from Celtic Fox Restaurant at 8th and Jackson in Topeka, Kansas

PLEASE REMEMBER TO PRINT OUT YOUR CONFIRMATION PAGE. GTK DOES NOT MAIL TICKETS.

Join us during the day for our Spirits for the Spirited; Paws and the Paranormal Conference and receive a discount on the ghost tour!

Ghost Tours of Kansas 785-851-0856


Emergency Services Showcase

Kansas Expo Centre parking lot
FREE, fun event for families to learn about our first responders, their jobs, and what families can do to help themselves in an emergency.

Jodi Sturgeon- President
785-845-5021 Www.esstopeka.org Find us on Facebook and Twitter too!



Art & Science Museum Day: Perspective, Big & Small, Near & Far

KU Natural History Museum, 1345 Jayhawk Blvd., Lawrence KS 66045
Join us for our next Art & Science Family Day with the Spencer Museum of Art, where there will be activities focused on perspective. What is an object that is near, or far? How do we understand size from big to little? We rely on our eyes, our brains, our experience.

Kitty Steffens, 785-864-4450


36th Annual Art in the Park and Craft Show

Central Park, downtown Marion, Kansas
Annual Art in the Park. Many new artists from several states. Free shuttle bus from West Main or baseball fields on Eisenhower Drive.

Margo Yates, 203 N. Third, Marion, Ks. 620-382-3425


Junior League of Topeka Diaper Drive

Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library
Please join the Junior League of Topeka in kicking off Diaper Need Awareness Week with a kick off and diaper drive at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library! On September 13 at 10am we will kick off the drive during Sing, Dance, Read with Kyler Carpenter. There will be a donation box available for dropping off diapers at the library anytime for 2 weeks, and then on 10am September 27, the diapers will be presented back to The Junior League of Topeka. All donated diapers go to Junior League's a Diaper Depot, where they are distributed to families in need in our own Topeka community. Bring your kids and a pack of diapers and join us in supporting this worthy cause!

Lauren Christ, 785-249-5492, www.jltopeka.org


Topeka Antique Dealers Association Fall Antique Collectable

Manor Conference Centre, Sunflower Ball Room, 17th & Western, Topeka, KS
Shop with over 40 or more dealers, selling antique & collectible furniture, Jewelry, glassware, primitives, toys, coins, and more in an 11,000 sq. ft. air-conditioned room.

MICHELE (785)862-8850
JUNIOR (785)633-3743



JCMS Holiday Market

Junction City, KS
Annual Holiday Market craft vendors needed

Kendra Stuke
785-224-5260



Providence Living Center Garage Sale

1112 SE Republican Topeka, KS 66609
All clothing $.50-1.00

Deana Baldwin Activity Director 233-0588
Tonya Cavitte Activity Asst.