This is a look at some things coming up the week of March 27- April 2, 2016.
The City of Manhattan this week conducts its annual Spring Cleanup, helping residents get rid of limbs, branches and yard clippings. Call the city if you need details, 587-2489.
In Topeka on Monday, there is a big reveal for the Kansas Avenue Redevelopment Project. We'll show you on 13 News, plus give you the details of this summer's big, community celebration to mark the finishing of the project.
Tuesday is Manhattan's Taste of Home Cooking Show. Expect new recipes, free handouts, and food samples. Head to sunny1025.com for more information.
You can still see the Kansas Museum of History's special exhibit, "What's Cooking, Uncle Sam?" It is described as an historic tracing of the government's effect on what Americans eat.
There's a groundbreaking Thursday at the Kansas levee. Levee improvements are the first step for the Kansas River development the city has been talking about for years. We'll cover that on 13 News and update you on where the project goes from here.
Friday is the 10th Annual Edible Book Festival at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
The library is also hosting a class Saturday morning to find smart ways to spend, explore savings plans, couponing and more. Click the Money Smart Kansas link in this article for more information.
Have a great week!