Saturday, September 19, 2015

Sept 19-20 (2015) Events

Here is a look at the some of the events happening this weekend in Northeast Kansas


Sept. 18-20
Location: Ramada Inn Downtown 420 Southeast 6th Ave
Topeka’s 1st Comic & Game Expo Is the Creation of International Award Winning Tattoo Artist, The GYPSY who saw the need for a true Geek Convention In cooperation and in partnership with QUINCY STREET Conference & Event CENTER The GYPSY & QUINCY STREET both of which supports the efforts of numerous organizations like Downtown Topeka Inc., Arts Connect and Get Downtown Topeka and numerous downtown merchants in the renovation and revitalization of Beautiful Downtown Topeka.

Friends of the Library 45th annual Book Sale
Sept. 18-20
Location: Ag Hall at the Kansas Expocentre, One Expocentre Dr

Great Overland Stations: “Emerging from the Ashes”
July 1-Sept 26, 2015
Location: The Great Overland Station in North Topeka at the Historic Union Pacific Railroad Station at 701 North Kansas Avenue.

The Great Overland Station is pleased to announce its hottest new exhibit “Emerging from the Ashes”, an exhibit memorializing significant historic fires in our community and pay tribute to the courageous men and women who face this danger. The exhibit is open through September 26, 2015.

Hours: Tuesday- Saturday from 10am to 4pm, with last admission at 3:15pm. The station is closed Sunday, Monday, major holidays and the first Wednesday of each month.


$5- Adults

$4- Seniors (62+)

$2- Children

Children 2 and under are free!

Military discounts are available

Paws In The Park
Sept 19 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Gage Park

Downtown Topeka Farmers Market
Sept 19 7:30 am-12:00 pm (Every Saturday April to 1st Sat of Nov)
State Judicial Center

Meet Me at the Park - Topeka Community Worship Service
Sept 20 10:00am
Gage Park Outdoor Amphitheater


“Chef” Screening at Lawrence Arts Center
Friday, September 18th
7:30pm film starts; 6:30pm Cubano sandwiches by Sandbar Subs
Lawrence Arts Center 940 New Hampshire

Lawrence Central Rotary Community Bike Ride
Saturday, September 19
10AM (with activities until about noon)
Haskell Indian Nations University – – stadium area parking lot
Lots of fun and FREE activities!

Gears and Grooves Festival & Kansas City MS 150 Bike Ride
Saturday, September 19th
South Park
FREE Music and Kids Activities begin at 10 am.

Print Week Print Fair
Saturday, September 18th 10am-4pm
Lawrence Arts Center 940 New Hampshire


Kansans for Selzer BBQ
Sept 20 5:00pm
Louisburg Cider Mill

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