Town Hall

Town Hall

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Upcoming Baldwin City Events

March





  • All Aboard Easter Egg Hunt Train Special

  • Saturday and Sunday March 19-20; Sat March 26
    1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS
    Easter Egg Hunt - 3 Age Groups. 0-12. 1000 Age appropriate candy filled eggs for each train. Golden egg wins basket full of prizes.
    Train Ride - 11 miles round trip aboard authentic historic railroad equipment.
    Photos with Easter Bunny - Professional photographer on train to photograph your child with the Easter Bunny, or bring your own camera.
    Depot Souvenir Shop - the souvenir shop will be open offering soft drinks, snacks, train t-shirts, Midland t-shirts, hoodies and caps, railroad memorabilia, books, jewelry, etc
    Fares: Adults (12 and over) $19 Children (1-11) $13.
    Tickets available at MidlandRailway.org

    April





  • FREE Health Fair

    For the Baldwin City and Baker University Community
    Saturday April 9, 2016, 9-11:30 A.M.
    Collins Sports and Convention Center
    6th and Freemont
    Sponsored by Baldwin City Recreation Commission and Baker University
    Free Health Screenings: Blood Pressure, Posture Check, Body Fat, Bone Density, Hearing, Vision, Dental and skin cancer
    Additional screenings available through Lawrence Memorial Hospital:
    Total Lipid Profile with a prostrate specific antigen test (PSA for males) and several other blood tests to assess healthy body functions.
    Do not eat or drink anything (water and medications are the only exceptions) after midnight prior to having blood drawn. Pre-register by April 1st and the lab tests are available for $30 ($40 with PSA test). Register the day of the festival and lab tests will be $40 ($50 with PSA test).
    Savings of $300 for full profile- Savings of $400 with PSA included
    Registration forms for lab tests available at: Baldwin City Recreation Office, Baldwin Athletic Club, Santa Fe Market, Baldwin City Market, Roberts Drug Store, Auburn Pharmacy and Baker University Student Health Center (6th and Grove)
    For more information, contact Sherri Pahcoddy at Baker Student Health Center 785-594-8409
    Prizes include 2 adult, 2 children's bicycles and Royals tickets
    Free bicycle helmets for children (limited supply)
    Free T-shirts to the first 250 attendees
    Prize drawings every 15 minutes
    5K Community Run/Walk
    Registration: 7:45 A.M.
    Start at Collins Center 8 A.M.
    Entry Fee: $15 single/ $30 family
    For more information contact the Baldwin City Recreation Commission at 785-594-3670. 






  • Student Athletic Heart Clinic
  • Saturday, April 9th 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Baldwin High School Library Cost: $60.00 Checks made payable to Baldwin High School Payment due April, 1, 2016 Must be a student athlete and be 13 years of age or older. All students under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Cardiologists will be performing a cardiovascular physical exam, Electrocardiogram(ECG) and Echocardiogram. Contact Lisa Pattrick, R.N. for more information or an appointment. Junior High - Ext. 306 / High School - Ext. 212 lpattrick@usd348.com

    June






  • Thomas and Percy....both in Baldwin City, KS! If you have Thomas fans at your house...Don't miss this!
  • For the first time in the 14 years Midland has hosted the event...PERCY will be making his appearance with THOMAS at Midland Railway the first two weekends of June 2016. Get your tickets today!

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