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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Area Happenings - Week of July 9, 2017

Here are the upcoming events that the Gazette has been made aware of as of  July 8, 2017.  To submit an item to the community events calendar, please email it to press@baldwingazette.com.





July 5, 2017

Baldwin City Council Meeting
7 P.M.
Baldwin City Library


July 9-13, 2017

Vacation Bible School

KIDMinistry at Baldwin First United Methodist Church
704 8th St
Baldwin City, KS

6:00-8:30 p.m.
 Ages 4 - completed 5th grade) 
FREE event. Register online at www.baldwinfirst.org or register on site at the event.


July 13, 2017

Mural Design Team 
meeting at Lumberyard Arts to begin planning the cities second mural



July 14, 2017

 2017 Summer Picnic
11:45 A.M.
 Vintage Park at Baldwin City
Assisted Living Community
 Hamburgers and Hot Dogs
 side dishes, deserts and drinks

Nostalgic Music by Rob McHenery
Invite your friends and neighbors
All are welcome




July 14, 2017

Ives Chapel United Methodist Church, 1018 Miami, will host an old fashioned Ice Cream Social Friday evening, July 14 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Donations from the Social are earmarked for the Baldwin City Community Food Pantry. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy some homemade ice cream.



July 15, 2017

LMH Summer Spray 5K Toganoxie   

Kids 12 and Under: $10
Adult Preregistration (online at least 48 hours before event): $25
preregister atwww.lmhendowment.org/summerspray
Adult Registration (1 hour before event): $30
For more information: 785-505-3318



July 17, 2017

Baldwin Board of Education
7 P.M. (public meeting)
Baldwin Elementary Primary School 
500 Lawrence St 
Baldwin City, KS 

July 18, 2017

Baldwin City Council Meeting
7 P.M.
Baldwin City Library

July 19, 2017
 Community Blood Drive

9 A.M. - 4 P.M.

Baldwin Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center 
(in the Basement)
1223 Orchard Lane

To make an appointment: 
Call Kaitlynn Flowers 785-594-6492
-or-
visit:
 www.redcrossblood.org (use Sponsor Code: Baldwin)
-or-
Call: 1-800-Red-Cross


July 22, 2017

Triple Tri Triathlon
New Name, Same Triathlon!

Seventh annual Triathlon in Baldwin City.
Offering three different races depending on age and ability.

Encouraging everyone to challenge themselves!
All participants receive an event T-shirt and a Participation medal.

Prize for the overall Male and Female winners.
Medals are given to the various age group winners.
Ribbons will be given for 2nd and 3rd place age group winners.


Entry Fees:
$50 Individual
 $100 Team Relay
 $25 Youth
 if registered by July 14
All fees increase after July 14.
Registration is available the day of the race
The three races are:
SPRINT COURSE - ages 12 & up - 300m swim, 12 mile bike, and 5k run - starts at 7:00 am -
SHORT COURSE - ages 12 & up - 100m swim, 4 mile bike, and 1 mile run - starts at 7:00 am
YOUTH COURSE - ages 3 & up (under 5 w/parent) - 50m swim, 1.5 mile bike, and .5 mile run - starts at 10:00 am
There is a TEAM (of 2-3) Relay for the Sprint Course



July 27, 2017

Thankful Thursday Free Community Meal
Serving 6 to 7 pm
Ives Chapel UMC
1018 Miami
Baldwin City
Free community meals are the last Thursday of each month



August 20, 2017

Battlefield Tours Led by John Brown

As part of the Civil War on the Western Frontier activities commemorating the 154th anniversary of Quantrill's Raid on Lawrence, Kansas, there will be a special tour of the Black Jack Battlefield. It will be conducted by Kerry Altenbernd as John Brown, assisted by members of the 13th Kansas Infantry Reg. reenactor group serving as his civilian Free State militia. Maybe a few pro-slavery men will be there too.  
The reenactors will be camping on site, so come out early and visit with them.

Time: Saturday, June 3 at 4 PM - 5 PM
Free Admission

Location: Black Jack Battlefield and Nature Park
163 E 2000th Rd
Wellsville, Kansas 66092

More Information:
(785) 380-9156
info@blackjackbattlefield.org

August 25, 2017

COME AND ENJOY OUR
COMMUNITY DINNER  & FELLOWSHIP
          TO BE HELD  AT 6:00  to ?
     

    

 
HOST
VINLAND UNITED CHURCH
1724 N 692 RD
BALDWIN CITY, KS 6600



 October 21-22, 2017

Maple Leaf Festival
     
 
 
Downtown Baldwin City



 October 28, 2017

COME AND ENJOY OUR
COMMUNITY DINNER  & FELLOWSHIP
          TO BE HELD  AT 6:00  to ?
     
 
 
HOST
VINLAND UNITED CHURCH
1724 N 692 RD
BALDWIN CITY, KS 6600




 December 29, 2017

COME AND ENJOY OUR
COMMUNITY DINNER  & FELLOWSHIP
          TO BE HELD  AT 6:00  to ?

 
HOST
VINLAND UNITED CHURCH
1724 N 692 RD
BALDWIN CITY, KS 6600


Third Friday Art Walk and Farmers Market

Downtown Baldwin City





Every 4th Thursday of the Month
10 A.M. - 11 A.M.
Mobile Food Bank
Baldwin City New Life Assembly of God
118 5th St  Baldwin City, KS
Stay in car, line up and drive through



Every Tuesday through October  
Eudora Local Gardening Farmer’s Market
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm Tuesdays
through October 2016
1402 Church Street
Eudora, KS.
In the parking lot of Gene’s Hartland Foods.
Local, fresh produce and foods offered by local growers and producers!


Every Wednesday through October
De Soto Farmer’s Market (Fresh Promise’s Market)
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Wednesdays through October 2016
at The Barn at Kill Creek Farm
9200 Kill Creek Road
De Soto, KS
Local, fresh produce and foods offered by local growers and producers!


Every Thursday through October 
Cottin's Hardware Farmer's Market on Thursdays from
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
through September
at Cottin's Hardware & Rental back parking lot
1832 Massachusetts Street
Lawrence, KS
Local vendors offer a variety of goods including produce, baked items, hot foods, meats, eggs, soaps, jams, jellies, herbs, fudge and much more!;


Every Friday through October
Perry Lecompton Farmers' Market
Fridays from 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
at Bernie's parking lot
24 Hwy and Ferguson Road
Perry, KS
Visit the market to find fresh vegetables, fruits, homemade jams and jellies, baked goods, honey, fresh cut flowers, farm fresh eggs, handmade crafts and more!



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