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Topeka Bible Church Christmas Light Show

Topeka, Kansas


Topeka Bible Church’s Drive-In Christmas Light Show will be friday, Dec 19, 20 and 21 with 4 20 minute performances each night.

The unique show features live Christmas music synchronized with a light show displayed on the south side of the church’s three-story building at 1101 S.W. Mulvane. From the church’s parking lot, visitors can tune their car radios to 89.9 FM and hear the concert while viewing the light show.

Live musicians have scheduled nightly performances at 6, 7, 8 and 9 p.m. beginning Dec. 19 and continuing through Sunday. Automated shows without the live musicians will be presented from dusk to midnight from December 22 through January 1.

There is no admission charge and no donations will be accepted.

Topeka Bible Church began its holiday show in 2007 as a way of offering an unique gift to the community. More than 100 volunteers participate in the hanging of lights and music synchronizing.

TBC office 234-5545


Retailers Meeting

Topeka, Kansas
Retailer's meeting is open to loss prevention officers and business managers. The 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 employee. Please call 266.4606 for meeting locations or more information.

Judy at 266.4606 or jwilson@safestreets.org


Safe Streets Coalition Meeting

701 N. Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Kansas
The Safe Streets Coalition works to make Topeka/Shawnee County the safest Capital community. Our meeting is open to the public and begins 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 have questions or are interested in ordering lunch.

Judy at 266.4606


Retailers Meeting

Topeka, Kansas
Retailer's meeting is open to loss prevention officers and business managers. The 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. Please call 266.4606 for meeting locations or more information.

Judy at 266.4606 or jwilson@safestreets.org


Retailers Meeting

Topeka, Kansas
Retailer's meeting is open to loss prevention officers and business managers. The 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. Please call 266.4606 for meeting locations or more information.

Judy at 266.4606 or jwilson@safestreets.org


Meriden Community Christmas Dinner

Meriden VFW Post 10815, 612 E Palmer St, Meriden, KS 66512
Free Will Donation Dinner
Santa will greet children from 5-6
50/50 Raffle and also can purchase tickets for an assortment of gifts to be raffled. Promoting Veterans and Veterans Programs

Home Bound Dinner Delivery, contact Rita McConnaughey at 785-249-6948 no later than Dec. 13th


Bleeding Kansas Characters Play

Constitution Hall Historic Lecompton Kansas
Come one! Come all! To an 1850s Kansas Territorial Town Hall political meeting. Members of the Lecompton Reenactors acting troupe will present the play Bleeding Kansas Characters by J. Howard Duncan. Actors will portray Kansans from the turbulent Bleeding Kansas era. Listen to Charles Robinson, Sara Robinson, James Lane, John Brown, Clarina Nichols, Samuel Jones, David Atchison, Andrew Reeder, John Stringfellow, Molly Duncan, Mary Topham, Mahala Doyle, and Louisa Jane Wilkinson as they passionately discuss the issue of slavery in Kansas.

Tim Rues, 785-887-6520, consthall@kshs.org


Bleeding Kansas 2015 Program Series: A series of talks and dramatic interpretations on the violent conflict over the slavery issue in Kansas Territory 1854 - 1861.

Constitution Hall in Historic Lecompton Kansas
“The Kansas Statehouse Restoration” - Barry Greis, statehouse architect. Remarks by Matt Veatch, state archivist, Kansas Historical Society. This program is a Kansas Day commemoration.

Tim Rues, 785-887-6520, consthall@kshs.org


Constitution Hall - Bleeding Kansas 2015 Program Series A series of talks and dramatic interpretations on the violent conflict over the slavery issue in Kansas Territory 1854 - 1861.

Constitution Hall in Historic Lecompton Kansas
"Railroad Empire Across the Heartland: Rephotographing Alexander Gardner's 1867 Westward Journey Through Kansas" by John Charlton, photogrpaher, Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas. Remarks by Nancy Sherbert, curator of photographs, Kansas Historical Society. Charlton will sign copies of his book after the presentation.

Tim Rues, 785-887-6520, consthall@kshs.org


Constitution Hall - Bleeding Kansas 2015 Program Series A series of talks and dramatic interpretations on the violent conflict over the slavery issue in Kansas Territory 1854 - 1861.

Constitution Hall in Historic Lecompton Kansas
"John Brown vs. W.B. "Ft. Scott" Brockett" The history of Bleeding Kansas and the Battle of Black Jack are debated in first-person portrayals Kerry Altenbernd as abolitionist John Brown, and Jeff Quigley, as proslavery advocate W.B. Brockett

Tim Rues, 785-887-6520, consthall@kshs.org


Constitution Hall - Bleeding Kansas 2015 Program Series A series of talks and dramatic interpretations on the violent conflict over the slavery issue in Kansas Territory 1854 - 1861.

Constitution Hall in Historic Lecompton Kansas
"James Montgomery, The Original Jayhawker" by Max Nehrbass, Labette Community College history instructor. Historian Rich Ankerholz will portray James Montgomery

Tim Rues, 785-887-6520, consthall@kshs.org


Constitution Hall - Bleeding Kansas 2015 Program Series A series of talks and dramatic interpretations on the violent conflict over the slavery issue in Kansas Territory 1854 - 1861.

Constitution Hall in Historic Lecompton Kansas
"If It Looks Like a man: Female Soldiers and Lady Bushwhackers in the Civil War in Kansas and Missouri" by Diane Eickhoff and Aaron Barnhart, authors and historians

Tim Rues, 785-887-6520, consthall@kshs.org


Constitution Hall - Bleeding Kansas 2015 Program Series A series of talks and dramatic interpretations on the violent conflict over the slavery issue in Kansas Territory 1854 - 1861.

Constitution Hall in Historic Lecompton Kansas
"John Brown's Money Man: George Luther Stearns, Abolitionist" by Dr. Charles Heller, author and historian. Heller will sign copies of his book after the presentation

Tim Rues, 785-887-6520, consthall@kshs.org


Two Block Chalk Walk

NOTO Atrs District, Topeka Kansas
You know you love sidewalk chalk, I do too! We all do, don't we? We're getting out the sidewalk chalk and we're going to attempt to cover each square of concrete sidewalk within two blocks with art and try to beat some kind of crazy chalk walk side record. Our longest record we covered one side of the two blocks, this time we aim to cover both sides of the street. Plus it will be buckets of fun for all the kids, big and small, young and young at heart.
What do ya'll think? Can we do a Two Block Chalk Walk, Again?? I believe we can. Between you and me and everyone we know, I say YES! Two Block Chalk Walk X2 Lets rock this chalk!!

We are providing a box of chalk in front of each building for community use. You're welcome to bring your own chalks as well. We are also taking chalk donations for this event.

We're inviting special guest artists to be featured on designated areas. If you would like to be a featured artist please contact us and let us know, we'll reserve a featured space.

Remember, the goal is to cover the most distance possible in one day with chalk art from the community.

***Sunday May 10th is our back up day in case of rain.***

Free and fun - for the entire family. Please feel free bring your favorite chalks and your cameras.

We'll see you in the NOTO Arts District!


Alexander Lancaster


"Drift and Drag: Reflections on Water" Exhibition

The Mulvane Art Museum in Topeka, Kansas
Water scarcity is an important issue today in Kansas, the Great Plains and beyond, and it is being investigated by state governments and many scientists. Because their discussion is largely in the language of science and speaks of quantifiable evidence and data, the significance of the problem is often unclear to the lay public. This is where art comes in. Drift and Drag: Reflections on Water will present fourteen artists' work illuminating these water issues from a humanities perspective, addressing the practical, spiritual, historical, philosophical and political import of this essential resource. The exhibition will include an installation, a dance, an interactive game, photographs, videos and a community engagement project. These presentations will increase awareness and understanding of the many meanings of water. According to Curator, Julie Myers, "The Mulvane is delighted to present this exhibition and its related events at a time when water is so much on the minds of Kansans."

Elisabeth Warsinske (785) 670-1425,


"Tambien La Lluvia" (Even the Rain) Film Screening

The Mulvane Art Museum in Topeka
Screening of the film, "Tambien La Lluvia" (Even the Rain). The movie is a fictional account of an American film crew in Bolivia that is making a film about the Spanish conquest. By hiring Cochabamba Indians as extras, the Americans become involved in the Cochabambas' battle against the multinational water company, which is charging exorbitant prices for a resource that the indigenous peoples feel should belong to all.

Elisabeth Warsinske (785) 670-1425


Julene Blair Lecture, "Our Fateful Journey Down the Ogallala Road"

The Muvlane Art Museum
Kansas Day Speaker, Julene Blair, author of The Ogallala Road, will give a talk titled, “Our Fateful Journey Down the Ogallala Road.” The lecture will be followed by a reception and book signing. Books will be available at the Mulvane Art Museum gift shop. This event is sponsored by the Center for Kansas Studies.

Elisabeth Warsinske, (785) 670-1425


Artist's Talk by Marguerite Perret

The Mulvane Art Museum in Topeka
Artist's Talk by Marguerite Perret, Associate Professor of Art, Washburn University. Perret is the curator of Drift and Drag. The exhibition also includes two works by Perret in collaboration with other artists.

Elisabeth Warsinske (785) 670-1425


Reception During Topeka First Friday ArtWalk

The Mulvane Art Museum
Reception during Topeka's First Friday ArtWalk. During the reception Ellie Goudie-Averill will present her dance performance Ladies of the Lake.

Elisabeth Warsinske (785) 670-1425


Symposium about Kansas Water Issues

The Mulvane Art Museum, Topeka
A symposium on Kansas water issues will bring together scientists and artists in a series of lectures and panel discussions to explore the significance of water in human life. Keynote speaker will be Rex Buchanan, Interim Director of the Kansas Geological Survey. Other participants will be announced later.

Elisabeth Warsinske (785) 670-1425


"The Cherokee Word for Water" Film Screening

The Mulvane Art Museum
Screening of the film "The Cherokee Word for Water," which tells the true story of the struggle of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma to bring clean running water to their community. While building a twenty mile waterline, they reawakened the traditional concept of "gadugi," that is working together to solve a problem. This proved to be inspirational to others in Indian country, starting a new self-help movement.

Elisabeth Warsinske (785) 670-1425


HONK! - The Musical Adapatation of the "Ugly Duckling"

5256 N. Woodlawn, Bel Aire KS 67220
In this musical adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's 'The Ugly Duckling'. journey with Ugly as he encounters colorful characters including a flock of wayward geese, a larger-than-life bullfrog, and a domesticated hen. He escapes the claws of the evil cat and discovers the joy of being different. This Poultry Tale comes alive with color, upbeat songs and shows what it means to be part of a family.

Call the CYT Box Office for Ticket information at 316-682-1688 or visit cytwichita.org


Ghost Tours of Kansas Public Paranormal Investigation

Serendipity
x included gets you an intriguing evening of ghost hunting at 4 different locations in the 800 block of North Kansas Avenue. Investigation will take place from 9-12 pm. Children 12 and older are welcome with a parent or guardian also attending. These locations have histories of party hearty, rough and rowdy and some unsavory events that have occurred over the years. You will be led by a team of seasoned paranormal investigators, Kansas Paranormal Investigators from Topeka. Leader Vicky Millard and her team will guide you through an evening of paranormal fun! Locations included in the investigation will be Serendipity, Gravity. Pinkadilly and NOTO burrito. Guests will be assigned paranormal team leaders and let you share and learn about equipment and investigative tactics and protocols. Teams will rotate and be able to investigate all buildings. Once again tickets are 22:00pp tax included and the investigation is on Friday, February 13th from 9-12. Children 12 and older are welcome with a paid adult. Space is limited for this one time event. Get your tickets ASAP! Serendipity at 820 North Kansas Avenue will be the meeting place to start the event. If you are printing your own event confirmation page, choose the store pickup option when checking out. This option is free. GTK does not have a store location. In order to attend the event, print out your confirmation receipt or show receipt off your phone to attend the tour. If you would like GTK to mail you your confirmation receipt, please choose the shipping option. There is a $2 fee for GTK to mail your receipt. Thanks and enjoy your event! Tax is included in ticket price.

Ghost Tours of Kansas 785-851-0856
info@ghosttoursofkansas.com



Annual Seaman Fellowship Pancake & Sausage Breakfast

Seaman Community Church 2036 NW Taylor, Topeka,KS 66608
Pancake and Sausage Breakfast
Milk*Juice*Coffee
$5.00

Lindsay Fritch Seaman Community Church (785)354-8777


Newsboys Concert

Light of the World Christian Center, 3301 SW Gage Blvd, Topeka, KS
Newsboys Concert with Guests Audio Adrenaline

Light of the World Christian Center, 785-271-1010


"Drift and Drag: Reflections on Water" Exhibition

The Mulvane Art Museum in Topeka, Kansas
Water scarcity is an important issue today in Kansas, the Great Plains and beyond, and it is being investigated by state governments and many scientists. Because their discussion is largely in the language of science and speaks of quantifiable evidence and data, the significance of the problem is often unclear to the lay public. This is where art comes in. Drift and Drag: Reflections on Water will present fourteen artists' work illuminating these water issues from a humanities perspective, addressing the practical, spiritual, historical, philosophical and political import of this essential resource. The exhibition will include an installation, a dance, an interactive game, photographs, videos and a community engagement project. These presentations will increase awareness and understanding of the many meanings of water. According to Curator, Julie Myers, "The Mulvane is delighted to present this exhibition and its related events at a time when water is so much on the minds of Kansans."

Elisabeth Warsinske, (785) 670-1425


Hoyt United Methodist Church Live Nativity

4th and Highland Ave., Hoyt, Kansas
Live Nativity Celebrating the Birth of Jesus and The True Meaning of Christmas

Delbert Boling
Vice-Chair, Church Council
785-364-7370



Messy Christmas

Grace UM Church 2627 SW Western Ave, Topeka KS 66611
Grace UMC is hosting a FREE "Messy Christmas" with fun and messy crafts, Santa, the Christmas story, and a yummy home cooked lunch

Irma Boyer
785-232-3333
grace@topekagraceumc.org



Womens Night Out

Sunflower Ballroom and the Capitol Plaza Hotel
The YWCA annual Women's Night Out is a fun night out, which also helps support the YWCA, this event features dueling pianos, lots of wine, and plenty of fun!

Jan Michel, 785-432-8119, janm@ywcatopeka.ortg


2015 Annual Leadership Luncheon

Sunflower Ballroom and the Capitol Plaza Hotel; Topeka, KS
This event honors the women in the community who demonstrate excellent leadership ability in their fields of expertise, and the future leaders of tomorrow.

Jan Michel, 785-435-8119, janm@ywcatopeka.org


Holiday Lighting Ceremony & Santa Rescue

9th & Massachusetts St, Lawrence KS 66044
Join Downtown Lawrence for our Annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony. Live entertainment for the whole family begins at 5:30p on 9th and Mass, courtesy of Lawrence Arts Center. Dancers from the Kansas Nutcracker will make an appearance along with the Lawrence Children’s Choir. At 6p the Mayor will pull the switch illuminating the holiday lights...and as if by magic, Santa will appear on the rooftop of Weaver’s and be rescued by the Lawrence Fire Department. Kids with Christmas wishes welcome.

Sally Zogry, 785-842-3883,


Winter Wonder Weekend

Massachusetts St., Lawrence KS 66044
Experience the heart of the holidays in the heart of the city!
Everything you need for the holidays is here: local shopping, dining, and good old fashioned family fun. www.winterwonderweekend.com

Sally Zogry, 785-842-3883, director@downtownlawrence.com


Annual Oskaloosa Holiday Open House

Oskaloosa Middle School, 404 Park Street Oskaloosa, Ks 66066
Complete your Holiday shopping at our Open House!
50 Vendors including Jewelry, Crafts, Food, Candles, Soaps, Pottery, and much, much, more!
Silent Auction, Door Prizes every hour!
Proceeds go towards After Prom.
We will also have a soup, chili, and cinnamon rolls.
So come join us for a fun filled day and help support a good cause!
Go to our Fbook page and check it out!!
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Oskaloosa-Holiday-Open-House/215084655222879?fref=ts

Tammy 785-393-3177
Tina 785-331-7711



Free Family Art/Craft Fair

603 SW 8th Street Topeka, Ks
The Baha'is are planning on having a "arts and craft" fair at the Friends Meeting house on the 13th of Dec. from 9am-4pm. If you are interested in selling/participating please call Mary St. John at 785-408-2868. Anyone can join/sale for free, but the space is Very limited. Also you and all your friends are invited to come chop, buy/eat cheep chili and do a few free crafts. Hope you join in the fun!!!

If you are interested in selling/participating please call Mary St. John at 785-408-2868.


Red Stocking Breakfast Emporia - A Benefit for Kansas Children's Service League

Pizza Ranch 3000 W. 18th Avenue, Emporia, KS
Cost is $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Children 10 and under eat free.***Tickets purchased online will be available at the check-in table the day of the event***
Visit with FUN celebrity servers. Enjoy a DELICIOUS buffet breakfast. Bid on GREAT auction items.
Benefits Healthy Families Program of Lyon County.


Contact Bev Long- 620-340-0408



Red Stocking Breakfast - A Benefit for Kansas Children's Service League

Carlos O'Kelly's 3425 S Kansas Ave. Topeka, KS 66611
Cost is $15 in advance and $18 at the door. Children 10 and under eat free.***Tickets purchased online will be available at the check-in table the day of the event***
Local celebrities will be on hand to dish up amazing food! Lots of fun activities for the kids including pictures with Santa!
Benefits Topeka area prevention and education programs including Healthy Families, The Period of PURPLE Crying and the Parent Helpline (1-800-CHILDREN).


Lee Walker
785-274-3100 ext. 1403



Santa Arrives on the UP Train

Great Overland Station - 701 N. Kansas Avenue - Topeka, KS
Don't miss seeing Santa arrive at the station on the Union Pacific train. Inside the station will be photos with Santa, face painting, sing-a-long with Kyler Carpenter, mini hand car rides, hand crafts, balloon sculptures, refreshments. Children ages 12 and under are free. Those with family memberships will be free. Adults will be $3. Advanced tickets will be available at the Station the week prior to the event.

Rhonda Hernandez - 785-232-5533 ext 14


Christmas Cookie Sale

First Congregational Church 1701 SW Collins Topeka Ks
Bake sale

Jean Dimmitt 785-233-3291 jeandimmitt@hotmail.com


ADVENTURE CAMP: Who Found It (ages 5-7)

Flint Hills Discovery Center 315 South 3rd Street Manhattan, KS 66502
Do you know who Lewis and Clark were or why they were important? What about Sacagawea? Ever heard of Zebulon Pike? He explored the Flint Hills and now you can explore all there is to know about him. The early explorers of the Flint Hills and the West did not only find trails leading west they also wrote about the plants and animals they saw along the way. They gave names to the things they saw, names we still have today. Learn how important the early explorers and naturalists were to the history of our nation in this fun and exciting class that answers the question – Who Found It?
Adventure Camp is a unique program offered at both the Flint Hills Discovery Center and Sunset Zoo throughout the school year. The age of the child attending determines the camp location when offered at both sites. Children may be dropped off as early as 7:30 a.m. each session in which they are enrolled. Pick up for half-day registration is between 12:00 p.m. and 12:15 p.m., and pick up for full-day registration is between 5:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Day registrants must bring their own sack lunch. All participants will need to complete emergency release and permission forms and return them to the Flint Hills Discovery Center Education Department on or before the date of your first program of the season. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Call (785) 587-2726.
Full-day session: FHDC members $22; non-members $25
Half-day session: FHDC members $13; non-members $15


Caitlin Luttjohann, 785-587-2726, luttjohann@cityofmhk.com


Homeschool Workshops (Grades K-12)

Flint Hills Discovery Center 315 South 3rd Street Manhattan, KS 66502
The Flint Hills Discovery Center offers different workshops connected to history and science. Sessions run from 1 to 3 p.m. Fee is $9 per student for non-members and $6 per student for members (includes admission). The Flint Hills Discovery Center offers fun, informal education opportunities for homeschool families based on Kansas College and Career Readiness Standards. Free for members and regular admission for non-members. Pre-registration is not required.

Caitlin Luttjohann, 785-587-2726, luttjohann@cityofmhk.com


PRESCHOOLERS IN THE FLINT HILLS: Explorers & Naturalists

Flint Hills Discovery Center 315 South 3rd Street Manhattan, KS 66502
Join in on the fun this fall as we learn about some explorers and naturalists who passed through the Flint Hills many years ago. Their fascinating stories tell not only of the risks they took to see new places but what they saw along the way. In the Animal Secrets Naturalist Tent, we will discover what a naturalist does then go examine the world around us. We will even get to make our very own explorers hat to use as we finish out our adventure and begin to plan for future expeditions. Come explore the wonder of nature found in the Flint Hills with this preschool class.
Preschoolers in the Flint Hills (ages 4-5). Preschool-age children begin discovering the wonder of the Flint Hills where they live, but look beyond the city limits in their exploration. Children further their sense of place and belonging to this region through interactions with the ecology and the history of the area. There is a maximum of 10 children, minimum of 5. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Call (785) 587-2726. $7 for FHDC members; $9 for non-members


Caitlin Luttjohann, 785-587-2726, luttjohann@cityofmhk.com


Homeschool Mondays (Grades K-12)

Flint Hills Discovery Center 315 South 3rd Street Manhattan, KS 66502
Discovery Center offers different opportunities and lessons connected to history and science. Sessions run from 1 to 3 p.m. and are designed as a "come and go opportunity." Participants should feel free to come and go throughout the session as their schedule allows. Additionally, parents/guardians are required to stay with their child during the extent of their child's participation. In addition, homeschool families can visit Sunset Zoo to engage in similarly structured activities on the third Monday of each month. The Flint Hills Discovery Center offers fun, informal education opportunities for homeschool families based on Kansas College and Career Readiness Standards. Free for members and regular admission for non-members. Pre-registration is not required.

Caitlin Luttjohann, 785-587-2726, luttjohann@cityofmhk.com


Share the Story (Free)

Flint Hills Discovery Center 315 South 3rd Street Manhattan, KS 66502
A unique program at 10:30 a.m. on the first Friday of every month that connects the youngest residents of the Flint Hills region (ages 1-6) to their homes and towns through storytelling that will develop a foundational appreciation for the rich culture and ecology of the Flint Hills. Numerous Share the Story titles are available to meet the curricular needs of early childhood programs of the Flint Hills. All titles then connect back to exhibits at the Flint Hills Discovery Center for families to facilitate further learning of their child participant. Share the Story: story times at the Discovery Center are free and registration is not required.

Caitlin Luttjohann, 785-587-2726, luttjohann@cityofmhk.com


Taste of the Season (Free)

Flint Hills Discovery Center 315 South 3rd Street Manhattan, KS 66502
Enjoy vendors, authors and tastings at the Flint Hills Discovery Center and shop new Christmas merchandise in the Gift Store. Santa arrives at 2 p.m. with photo opportunities, buckboard rides and kid’s activities all afternoon.

Jerri Hager, 785-587-2726, hager@cityofmhk.com


Topeka Women's Connection Festive Christmas Luncheon

Topeka and Shawnee County Library 1515 SW 10th Ave Topeka, Kansas
Barry Feaker, speaker. Washburn Rural High School " This Generation". 14.00 reservation due by Dec 1.

Jeanie 785 233 1387


Holiday Pancake Feed and Gift Show

1901 N Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66608
$4 gets you all the pancakes you can eat, Come eat pancakes and do your holiday shopping in the Moose Lodge Ballroom - This is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Stephanie Burdett, 785-250-6788


New Year's Eve with the "Exceptions"

1901 North Kansas Ave., Topeka, KS Moose Lodge
Open to the public, $25 IN ADVANCE $35 at the door. Come and enjoy the great sounds of the "Exceptions" and this includes breakfast buffet.

Stephanie Burdett - 785-250-6788. Tickets may be purchased at the Moose Lodge - Tuesday, Wed, Frid, Sat and Sunday evenings.


Holiday Craft Bazar

5954 NW Topeka Blvd Topeka, KS 66617
Crafts, candles, baked goods, preserves and more

Kellene Stough, 785-250-7464


Midland Care's 2014 Memory Tree - Ottawa

635 S Main St, Ottawa, KS 66067
Levels of Participation:
All donations are recognized with a medallion bearing the name of your friend or loved one, as an honorarium or memorial on the Memory Tree in your area. With a donation of $25 or more, you will receive the medallion and a luminary with the name of your friend or loved one, which will be placed in our Memory Tree Garden in Topeka, KS. With a donation of $50 or more, you will receive a medallion, a luminary and a personalized, dated, porcelain holiday ornament. Ornaments will be available at the services for pick-up. The Memory Garden and outdoor tree are located on the Midland Care Topeka campus. Luminaries will be lit each night and will stay permanently in place through January 1, 2015.


Please call our Development Department at 785-232-2044, ext. 1039 for more information regarding the Memory Tree or any other Midland Care programs.


Midland Care's 2014 Memory Tree - 3 Topeka Services!

200 SW Frazier Cir, Topeka, KS 66606
Remember someone special this holiday season with Midland Care's Memory Tree, a time of remembrance.

Please join us at one of the ceremonies for a time of remembrance, music and refreshments. An individual does not have to have been a Midland Care client to be remembered on the Memory Tree. Friends and Family are always welcome. RSVP online at http://www.midlandcareconnection.org/14MemTree.

Levels of Participation:
All donations are recognized with a medallion bearing the name of your friend or loved one, as an honorarium or memorial on the Memory Tree in your area. With a donation of $25 or more, you will receive the medallion and a luminary with the name of your friend or loved one, which will be placed in our Memory Tree Garden in Topeka, KS. With a donation of $50 or more, you will receive a medallion, a luminary and a personalized, dated, porcelain holiday ornament. Ornaments will be available at the services for pick-up. The Memory Garden and outdoor tree are located on the Midland Care Topeka campus. Luminaries will be lit each night and will stay permanently in place through January 1, 2015.

Please call our Development Department at 785-232-2044, ext. 1039 for more information regarding the Memory Tree or any other Midland Care programs.


Midland Care's 2014 Memory Tree - Ottawa

635 S Main St, Ottawa, KS 66067
Remember someone special this holiday season with Midland Care's Memory Tree, a time of remembrance.

Please join us at one of the ceremonies for a time of remembrance, music and refreshments. An individual does not have to have been a Midland Care client to be remembered on the Memory Tree. Friends and Family are always welcome. RSVP online at http://www.midlandcareconnection.org/14MemTree.

Levels of Participation:
All donations are recognized with a medallion bearing the name of your friend or loved one, as an honorarium or memorial on the Memory Tree in your area. With a donation of $25 or more, you will receive the medallion and a luminary with the name of your friend or loved one, which will be placed in our Memory Tree Garden in Topeka, KS. With a donation of $50 or more, you will receive a medallion, a luminary and a personalized, dated, porcelain holiday ornament. Ornaments will be available at the services for pick-up. The Memory Garden and outdoor tree are located on the Midland Care Topeka campus. Luminaries will be lit each night and will stay permanently in place through January 1, 2015.

Please call our Development Department at 785-232-2044, ext. 1039 for more information regarding the Memory Tree or any other Midland Care programs.


Berryton Elementary Holiday Craft Show

Berryton, KS
Berryton Elementary PTO is hosting it's annual holiday craft show. There will be a variety of vendors, entertainment, and concessions. Come on out to complete your holiday shopping and support your local schools! If you are interested in having a booth please contact me.

Christie Slay at 861-1300


Berryton Elementary
2921 S.E. 69th Street
Berryton, KS 66409-9709



35th Annual Old Fashioned Christmas Craft and Bake Sale

Crestview Community Center, 4801 SW Shunga Drive Topeka, Ks. 66614
Annual holiday event with 50 booths of handmade craft items and baked goods/ethnic foods.

Crestview Community Center, 785-251-2960


K State Football Watch Party

Flint Hills Discovery Center 315 S. 3rd. St. Manhattan, KS 66502
Experience the K-State Wildcats on one of the largest screens in Manhattan at the Flint Hills Discovery Center. The Wildcats play the Mountaineers at West Virginia on Thursday, November 20 but you will feel like you are there in front of the Discovery Center's immersive experience theater's big screen. Bring your lawn chairs and plan on purchasing your tailgate food from Famous Dave's. Kids can participate in a sideline party with activities and a meal. No outside food or alcohol.
Pregame starts at 5:00 p.m.
Famous Dave's Tailgate Vendor: $5 sandwiches; $1/rib; $5 kid’s meal. Regular daily admission fee applies.
Sideline Party for Youth: $18 FHDC members; $22 non members (includes admission, activities and kids' meal). PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Call (785) 587-2726 to register your child for the Sideline Party.



Jerri Hager, 785-587-2726


Bethlehem - A Living Christmas

1792 Kingman Rd, Ottawa, KS; Russ and Sandy Sylvester Farm
FREE to the Public Event; This is a Living Re-enactment of the Bethlehem Village of the Christmas Story with Live Actors and Live Animals. 30-40 Min Outdoor Tour with Free Hot Cocoa, Coffee, and Cookies at the end. Dress Warmly. Can accommodate large groups or Special Needs (Reserve at 785-418-9505 or 785-242-3211)

Fred Martin of Ottawa Bible Church, Ottawa, KS. 785-418-9505 or 785-242-3211. For information or weather cancellations call the same phone numbers or go to www.ottawabiblechurch.org/bethlehem


Bethlehem - A Living Christmas

1792 Kingman Rd, Ottawa, KS. Russ and Sandy Sylvester Farm. Directions: From the intersection of Main St and 23rd St. in Ottawa, drive west on 23rd St for 3 miles (23rd St turns into Labette Rd after crossing Eisenhower Rd) to Kentucky Rd. Turn Left (South) on Kentucky Rd and continue 1 mile to Kingman Rd. Turn Right (West) onto Kingman Rd and proceed 1.4 miles to 1792 Kingman Rd on the Left (South) side of the road.
FREE to the Community Event. A Re-enactment of the Village of Bethlehem to tell the First Christmas Story with Live Actors and Live Animals. 30-40 minute outdoor tour. Dress Warmly. Free Hot Cocoa, Coffee, and Cookies at the end of the Tour. Can accommodate Large groups or Special Needs (Reserve/Contact 785-418-9505 or 785-242-3211). Free Parking.

Fred Martin of Ottawa Bible Church. Event Sponsored by Ottawa Bible Church, Ottawa, KS. For Information or to check weather cancellations Call 785-418-9505 or 785-242-3211. www.ottawabiblechurch.org/bethlehem. Search for Bethlehem Project on Facebook.


Bethlehem - A Living Christmas

1792 Kingman Rd, Ottawa, KS. Russ and Sandy Sylvester Farm. Directions: From the intersection of Main St and 23rd St. in Ottawa, drive west on 23rd St for 3 miles (23rd St turns into Labette Rd after crossing Eisenhower Rd) to Kentucky Rd. Turn Left (South) on Kentucky Rd and continue 1 mile to Kingman Rd. Turn Right (West) onto Kingman Rd and proceed 1.4 miles to 1792 Kingman Rd on the Left (South) side of the road.
Free to the Community Event. A Re-enactment of the Village of Bethlehem to tell the First Christmas Story with Live Actors and Live Animals. 30-40 min outdoor tour. Dress Warmly. Free Hot Cocoa, Coffee, and Cookies at the end of the tour. Can accommodate Large Groups or Special Needs (Reserve/Contact 785-418-9505 or 785-242-3211).

Fred Martin of Ottawa Bible Church. Event sponsored by Ottawa Bible Church of Ottawa, KS. For information or to check weather cancellations, Call 785-418-9505 or 785-242-3211. www.ottawabiblechurch.org/bethlehem. Search for Bethlehem Project on Facebook.


Candlelight Christmas in the NOTO Arts District

NOTO Arts District 800 & 900 blocks of North Kansas Avenue, Topeka
3rd Annual Candlelight Christmas. Carolers, Luminaries line the sidewalks, Window Decorating, Santa, Horse Drawn Carriage rides, Tree Lighting, photo booth

Karen Robben


Topeka Antique Dealer's Association Holiday Antique Dealers Association

Various locations
Visit these participating shops to register for gift certificates or prizes, valued at $50 or more at each location:

Antiques Unique
Brickhouse Antiques
Vintage Vibe Antiques
Wheatland Antique Mall
Washburn View Antique Mall
Pastense Antiques
Whitehall Fine Gifts
Ferris Wheel Antiques
Generations Antiques - Collectables
Oddfellow's Fine Books - Collectables
Rusty Haggles Antiques and Artist Loft




OTTAWA, KANSAS 150th CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION

100 S Main Street, Ottawa KS 66067
OTTAWA, KANSAS 150th CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
The City of Ottawa Kansas has a full day of Christmas activities for the whole family to enjoy on Saturday November 29, 2014.
The day’s events are:
* Donuts with Santa – 9 AM – Fire Station at 720 W 2nd Street
* Christmas Parade “Little Christmas on the Prairie” – 11 am on downtown Main Street
* Candy Cane Hunt – 1:30 at City Park at 501 S Main Street
* Holiday Open Houses (Small Business Saturday) – Businesses will be open with specials and extended hours
* Christmas Variety Show Benefiting HOPE HOUSE at Ottawa Municipal Auditorium 301 S Hickory Street– 3 pm
Variety Show featuring local talent and Church choirs to help those in need during this holiday season.
Admission is a canned/non perishable food item or cash donation.
* Crystal Plaza Theatre 209 S. Main Street – Special Christmas Show – 2 pm for Kids
* Holiday Kid Activities – Haley Park at 201 S Main Street – 4:30 – 5:30 pm
* Holiday Lighting Ceremony – Haley Park at 201 S Main Street – 5:30 pm
We hope to see you and your family during this holiday extravaganza!

For more information please contact the Ottawa Main Street Association at 785-242-2085


Ottawa Main Street Association at 785-242-2085


24th Annual Pancake & Sausage Fundraiser

Stull United Methodist Church
Annual Fundraiser with bazaar crafts & food Items. Silent auction on gift baskets & many other donated items. Freewill offerings will be used to upgrade the elevator in our church building

Mary Shultz, 785-887-6780


24th Annual Pancake & Sausage Fundraiser

Stull United Methodist Church, 1596 E 250 Road, Lecompton KS (intersection of N 1600 Road/45th Street & 250 Road)
Annual Fundraiser with bazaar crafts & food Items. Silent auction on gift baskets & many other donated items. Freewill offerings will be used to upgrade the elevator in our church building

Mary Shultz, 785-887-6780


Saturday Women's Connection of Topeka

Topeka & Shawnee Co. Public Library 1515 SW 10th Ave., Topeka, KS 66604
Enjoy the Season Luncheon, Saturday Women's Connection
Speaker: Marti Ford, Topeka, KS speaks on Moving from a Life of Fear to One of Trust & Peace; expressing hope & encouragement. Marti is a Radiology Technologist, wife & mother. Marti will also provide Christmas music selections on her Harmonica.
Business Feature: Ten Thousand Villages, a fair trade shop in Lawrence, KS presented by Barb Heeb. See distinctive handcrafted items from around the world.


Call Arlene: 785-233-0701



NOON NOELS

First Presbyterian Church, 817 SW Harrison, Topeka,KS 66612
Worship with music from local high school choirs at noon. Lunch serving at 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. for $5

Francie Forrestt Riley, Communication Coordinator, First Presbyterian Church. friley@fpctopeka.org 785-233-9601


Topeka Neighbors that Care

Westridge Mall Parking Lot in front of Dillard (next to IHop), Topeka Kansas
Topeka Networking Council has launched a new initiative...Topeka Neighbors that Care. Please join our business, as a part of Topeka Networking Council, as we “stuff the trailer” with donations (e.g. new or gently used clothing, non-perishable food items, new unwrapped toys) to benefit Topeka Rescue Mission, Let’s Help & Toys for Tots as well as other local charities.

Shannon Nichol, President
785-640-0227



The Most Wonderful Time

St. David's Episcopal Church, 3916 SW 17th St, Topeka, KS 66604
http://acappellaunlimited.com/events/holiday-shows.html

Topeka Acappella Unlimited, the city's premier women's barbershop chorus, presents a series of free Christmas concerts at area churches.

Take part in an evening of beautiful Christmas music performed in the a cappella style, featuring various quartets, a youth chorus, and the region's Sweet Adelines International small chorus champion, Topeka Acappella Unlimited. This event is free and open to the public. A freewill offering to support educational programs will be accepted.

Kelly Peterson, (219)617-8403 kellypete80@gmail.com


The Most Wonderful Time

Lowman United Methodist Church, 4000 SW Drury Ln, Topeka, KS 66604
http://acappellaunlimited.com/events/holiday-shows.html

Topeka Acappella Unlimited, the city's premier women's barbershop chorus, presents a series of free Christmas concerts at area churches.

Take part in an evening of beautiful Christmas music performed in the a cappella style, featuring various quartets, a youth chorus, and the region's Sweet Adelines International small chorus champion, Topeka Acappella Unlimited. This event is free and open to the public. A freewill offering to support educational programs will be accepted.

Kelly Peterson, (219)617-8403, kellypete80@gmail.com


The Most Wonderful Time

First Christian Church, 1880 SW Gage, Topeka, KS 66604
http://acappellaunlimited.com/events/holiday-shows.html

Topeka Acappella Unlimited, the city's premier women's barbershop chorus, presents a series of free Christmas concerts at area churches.

Take part in an evening of beautiful Christmas music performed in the a cappella style, featuring various quartets, a youth chorus, and the region's Sweet Adelines International small chorus champion, Topeka Acappella Unlimited. This event is free and open to the public. A freewill offering to support educational programs will be accepted.

Kelly Peterson, (219)617-8403, kellypete80@gmail.com


The Most Wonderful Time

Topeka Reformed Presbyterian Church, 8345 SW 33rd St., Topeka, KS 66614
http://acappellaunlimited.com/events/holiday-shows.html

Topeka Acappella Unlimited, the city's premier women's barbershop chorus, presents a series of free Christmas concerts at area churches.

Take part in an evening of beautiful Christmas music performed in the a cappella style, featuring various quartets, a youth chorus, and the region's Sweet Adelines International small chorus champion, Topeka Acappella Unlimited. This event is free and open to the public. A freewill offering to support educational programs will be accepted.

Kelly Peterson, (219)617-8403, kellypete80@gmail.com


Pastries on Parade

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church 3625 SW Wanamaker Road Topeka KS.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Are you to tired to bake? Don't like to bake? Or just looking for a little something extra to serve for the holidays? We have you covered! Come check out our homemade cookies, cinnamon rolls, candy, small freshly baked loaves of bread, and other delicious delights. We will box up your goodies for you to purchase by the pound, and your set to enjoy the season!. This is a fundraiser for the Lutheran Womens Missionary League (LWML), with matching funds from Thrivent Financial, to support our missions projects. Hope to see you there!

Christie Bauerle or Prince of Peace office
256-2247 271-0808



The Arabian Nights

Topeka, KS
East meets West for an evening embracing storytelling in all its power, humor, and healing. In a traditional and contemporary play that communicates the interconnectedness of all, nineteen West actors take on a multitude of comedic and dramatic roles to tell the stories of Scheherezade as she attempts to save her own life night after night under the watchful stare of Shahryar. Adapted from The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, The Arabian Nights written by Mary Zimmerman is sure to not only entertain, but amaze.

Admission is $5.00 and may be purchased from any cast member or at the door.

Ryan J. McCoy, 785-213-5409, rmccoy@topeka.k12.ks.us


World AIDS Day Interfaith Service and Candlelight Memorial

Temple Beth Sholom 4200 SW Munson Ave. Topeka Ks 66604
Interfaith Service and Candlelight Memorial for World AIDS Day.

Positive Connections 785-232-3100


Nutcracker Repertory Show

Topeka, KS
Kansas Ballet Company presents a free, 30 minute abbreviated show of The Nutcracker, perfect for the young and the young at heart!

Lara
(785) 383-7918



Nutcracker Repertory Show

Kansas City Discovery Center, Topeka, KS
Kansas Ballet Company presents a free, 30 minute abbreviated show of The Nutcracker, perfect for the young and the young at heart! (Other admission prices may apply)

Lara
(785) 383-7918



Nutcracker Repertory Showt

West Ridge Mall, Topeka, KS
Kansas Ballet Company presents a free, 30 minute abbreviated show of The Nutcracker, perfect for the young and the young at heart!

Lara
(785) 383-7918



Osage City Chamber of Commerce Craft Show

Osage City School cafeteria & gym 4th Street & Ellinwood. Street
Spirit of Giving Craft & Collectible Show

Janet 785-554-5039



Nutcracker Repertory Show

Topeka/Shawnee County Public Library, Topeka, KS
Kansas Ballet Company presents a free, 30 minute abbreviated show of The Nutcracker, perfect for the young and the young at heart!

Lara
(785) 383-7918



Famous Footwear Grand Opening Event!

Manhattan, KS
To celebrate the opening in Manhattan, Famous Footwear is hosting an all-day grand opening event on December 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Shoppers are invited to experience fun activities including:
• Special in-store promotions every two hours
• A local shoe artist customizing shoes for customers from noon to 6 p.m.
• Drawings every hour from noon to 6 p.m. for a chance to win free shoes.
• An appearance from popular local radio station, KXBZ-FM, 104.7, giving shoppers the chance to meet some of their favorite radio personalities.
• A DJ spinning live music.

Rebekah Epstein, 210-315-9664


BSA Troop 18 breakfast fundraiser

Topeka Applebees 17th and Westport
Breakfast fundraiser where all proceeds go to Troop 18 BSA activities. Tickets sold at the door $7.00

Jessica Cole, 785-267-2296


Aldersgate Village Annual Christmas Boutique

Aldersgate Village, 7220 SW Asbury Dr. -- Manchester Lodge, Topeka, KS 66614
Please join Aldersgate Village in welcoming the 2014 Holiday Season!

Our Annual Residents’ Christmas Boutique will be held Friday, December 5th from 9AM to 4PM, and Saturday, December 6th from 9AM to 12PM in Manchester Lodge, Room 106, on Aldersgate’s Main Campus (7220 SW Asbury Drive, Topeka).

This resident-sponsored event gives discerning holiday gift-buyers the chance to choose from a large selection of unique hand-crafted items, perfect for holiday giving.

Greeting Cards, silk flowers, hand-painted scarves, lanyards, holiday decorations, Christmas stockings and much – MUCH – more!

All proceeds go directly to the Good Samaritan Fund in support of Aldersgate’s nonprofit Christian mission to advocate for and serve those advanced in age by actively engaging mind, body and spirit.

Terry A. Manies, Director of Corporate Communications and Development, Aldersgate Village. Phone: 785-478-9440, etc. 4023


Elmont Opry

Fellowship Hall, Elmont United Methodist Church, 6635 NW Church Lane, Topeka, Kansas
Family Entertainment - Music, Jokes, and whole lot more. church is located 1 Mile East of N US Hwy 75 on NW 62nd or NW 66th Streets. Tickets are $10.

Call John 785-246-0156 to reserve tickets.


Pancake Breakfast & Bake Sale

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church 1821 SW 37th Street., Topeka, Ks
All you can eat pancakes, sausage juice and coffee + delicious homemade baked goods for sale

Dianne Deuser @246-0983


Gold City Quartet with All Four One Quartet in Concert

Wanamaker Woods Church of the Nazarene 3501 SW Wanamaker Rd, Topeka, KS 66614
Doors open at 5:30
Tickets are $10 and are available at the Church office or www.iticket.com and search for Gold City.

Wanamaker Woods Church 785-273-2248
www.allfouronequartet.com



Flint Hills Masterworks Chorale Fall Concert

All Faiths Chapel, Kansas State University, Manhattan
The Fall Concert for the Flint Hills Masterworks Chorale will be at 7:30 p.m. on December 5 at All Faiths Chapel on the K-State campus. Works to be performed will be Te Deum by Dvorak, Christmas Oratorio by Saint-Saëns, and Many Moods of Christmas, Suite Four, arranged by Shaw & Bennett. The community choir is directed by Dr. Julie Yu. There is no admission charge, but donations to help defray expenses of the performance are welcome.

Mary Ann Buhler, 785-539-3571, mabuhler@mccks.edu


ANNUAL HOLIDAY CRAFT OPEN HOUSE

LAKE SHERWOOD CLUBHOUSE
Holiday handmade crafts by 10 artists/crafters

Kathy Belanger 785-806-7536


Twelve Angry Jurors

Seaman High School, 4850 NW Rochester Rd-66617
A dramatic play, will be performed In-The-Roud on stage.
A 19 year old man has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. 12 Jurors now have the responsibility of a unanimous vote or guilty or not guilty. Within this process the murder is re-enaced. Tempers flare, arguments become heated and the jurors become angry, revealing their own character flaws and biases. This play is one and the same as the 1957 black and white film starring Henry Fonda. Come join us in the jury room, and cast your vote on this man's guilt or innocence. Tickets are only $6 and sold at the door.

Diane Kay Payne- SHS Theatre Educator/Director- 4850 NW Rochester Road, Topeka, Kansas 666617- Questions? 785-224-7601


Dawn and Hawkes

Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire, Lawrence, KS 66044
Earlier this year, the Austin-based duo DAWN and HAWKES won over the hearts of America on NBC's The Voice with their rendition of 'I've Just Seen A Face' by The Beatles, with Adam Levine exclaiming they were his "favorite performance on The Voice, ever." Their self released EP, Golden Heart, features their signature harmonies and indie-folk/rock influenced originals that is sure to please. Dawn and Hawkes will be playing at The Bottleneck on 11/25. $8.00

Bottleneck 913-842-5483


Annual Smothered Steak DInner

Ozawkie United Methodist Church, 106 Goldenrod, Ozawkie, KS 66070
Smothered Steak, mashed potatoes with country gravy, corn/green beans, assorted salads, homemade rolls, fresh baked pies and drink . Donations accepted at the door

Melanie Bostwick


Holiday Gift & Craft Fair

5724 SW Huntoon, Topeka, Kansas 66604
Holiday Gift and Craft Fair from 9 am - 3 pm plus Chris Cakes serving pancakes from 8 - 11 am

David Praiswater, 785.228.6441


Information meeting on international adoption and Safe Families for Children

Northland Christian Church, 3102 NW Topeka Blvd., Topeka, KS
Come learn what international and domestic adoption is all about. We will also discuss how to get involved with the Safe Families for Children ministry and help those in your own community.

Lifeline Children's Services
785-783-4577
www.lifelinechild.org



Jingle Bell Shop & Sell

ECMC Administrative Building 1706 Aylward Ave., Ellsworth, KS
Arts & Crafts Show sponsored by hospital auxiliary. 30 vendors included along with the HCI Store where most items are only $6.00 and a portion of the proceeds are given to the auxiliary! MaryKay Products, food vendors, cookies by the pound, homemade candies, pictures with Santa, KU and K-State items, rusty metal art, jewelry, candles, etc.

Beth Vallier, ECMC, 1604 Aylward Ave., Ellsworth, 785-472-5028 ext. 328


5th Annual Pre-Black Friday Shopping Event

Masonic Conference Center, 2300 SW 30th (30th & MacVicar), Topeka, KS
More than 30 vendors with something for everyone on your Christmas Shopping list! Goodie Bags, door prizes!! Come spend some time with us!

Ronni Sales, 785-221-5582,


Pleasant Hill Elementary School Book Fair at Barnes and Noble

Topeka Barnes and Noble on Wanamaker Rd.
Santa will be making an appearance! Bring the family and help support a local elementary school while Christmas shopping and enjoying entertainment!

Vicki Peoples PTO member 785-224-7522


Asbury Mount Olive Annual Turkey Dinner & Bazaar

Topeka, KS
We invite everyone to come out and purchase a turkey dinner for $8.00 and shop our silent auction and bazaar.

Beverly Hall
785-232-6801



It’s Bizarre Bazaar time again!

Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire, Lawrence KS
Over 100 area artists feature original and unusual hand-crafted specialty items for all occasions. Food and live entertainment! This is a family event for all to enjoy. Come support local artists and experience the original works of a show unlike any other!

Free Admission, wheelchair accessible.

Show updates, giveaways, and more information can be found online at:
• Facebook: www.facebook.com/BizBazArt
• Blog: www.bizbazart.blogspot.com
• Twitter: @bizbazart
• Website: https://sites.google.com/site/bizbazart


Rebecca Lawrence 816-651-1324


St. David's 5th Annual Holiday Bazaar

17th and Gage, Topeka
Holiday shopping - crafts, jewelry, floral designs, bake sale,
books, gift baskets. Breakfast 8 - 11 am

Barb Waters 785-272-3067


Laboratory Health Fair

Wilson Senior Center, 511 25th Road, Wilson, KS
No appointment necessary. Cash, check, debit or major credit card accepted. For more information or to pre-register, see our ad at www.ewmed.com.

Doug Stefek, 785-472-5028 ext. 307


American Legion Post #239 Biscuits and Gravy

American Legion Post#239, 16396 S Shawnee Heights Rd, Overbrook, KS 66524
The Anderson-Raible American Legion Post #239 of Overbrook, KS is hosting a fundraising Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast in support of Veterans Community Services. The American Legion team puts together a great breakfast for a even greater cause!

Michael Slusser 785-338-2638 or
email slusserm@centurylink.net



VFW Post # 1650, Veterans Day Ceremony

VFW Post # 1650, 3110 SW Huntoon Street, Topeka, KS 66604
On the 11th hour of the 11th day each year Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #1650 will conduct a ceremony honoring our communities Veterans.

The event will include a guest speaker and rendering of honors to our fallen

Michael L. Slusser 785-338-2638


Don Williams

Topeka Performing Arts Center 214 SE 8th Ave, Topeka, KS 66603
*****Tickets Available 10/24****
Thu, February 26, 2015 7:30 PM (Doors open at: 6:30 PM)
Don Williams
Topeka Performing Arts Center 214 SE 8th Ave, Topeka, KS 66603 (785-234-2787)
All Ages. $29.50 Advance. $29.50 Day Of Show. Tickets available from Ticketmaster
Presale Password: MOOSE - Presale starts 10/22 at 9am!
Ticket prices range from $29.50, $39.50 and $55 in advance.

785-234-2787