Taylor Swift is coming to the Sprint Center in Kansas City September 21-22!
Everyday this week, when you hear Taylor at 9a, Noon, and 5p, text “taylor” and your name to 62582.
Everyday we’ll draw a finalist to win a pair of tickets and dinner at the Yardhouse. We’ll draw our final winner on Friday. Stay tuned this weekend for your last chance weekend to win even more tickets to Taylor swift!
Kevin Hart is coming to Bramlage Coliseum!
The show is October 5, 2015 at 7:30 PM.
Click the link above to buy tickets, OR…
Listen for Kevin’s Call-Out during the Pizza Shuttle Lunch Party weekdays from noon-1pm.
Text “Kevin” to 88474 and wait by your phone. Because if you win, we’ll be calling you right back!
There will be a Calving School Meeting on Thursday, January 18th at the Alta Vista Baptist Church from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. The program will be Calving Tips — When and How to Intervene, Assisting Cows vs First-calf Heifers, Calf Delivery Demo, Scour Prevention, and more. Speakers will be Dr. A.J. Tarpoff, K-State Research & Extension Veterinarian and Dr. Amy Bandel, DVM, Mill Creek Veterinary Services. Registration is due by January 12th. RSVP to: Flint Hills Extension District -Lori Bammerlin 620-767-5136, firstname.lastname@example.org; Geary County Extension- Chuck Otte 785-238-4161, email@example.com; or Wabaunsee County Extension-Karaline Mayer 785-765-3821, firstname.lastname@example.org. $5.00 meal provided. You don’t want to miss this one!
Time travel back to the 1880’s with the Riley County Historical Society and Museum in a three part series beginning Thursday, January 18th at the Manhattan Public Library from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. The series looks back at Riley County and Manhattan during the pivotal period of the 1880’s exploring finances, fashion, fads, foods as well as residents, famous and infamous. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free.
The Walking the Heartland Support Group will be meeting on Tuesday, January 23rd at 5:00 pm at 2800 Claflin Road. If you are a heart patient or a caregiver for a heart patient, come to our support group meeting to network work others who have experienced this life changing event.
The Riley County Historical Society will hold its quarterly dinner and program meeting on Tuesday, January 23rd at the Manhattan Headquarters Fire Station. The dinner will begin at 6:30 pm. The cost of the dinner is $11.00. Reservations are required for the dinner by January 17th, by calling 785-565-6490. Chuck Tannehill will present “An Early History of the Volunteer Period of the Manhattan Fire Department” around 7:17 pm in the auditorium. No reservations are required for the program part of the evening.
Coffee Shop Agronomy will be held on January 25th at Nelson’s Landing in Leonardville. This event will be from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon. The program will be Land Prices and Leasing and the speaker will be Mykel Taylor, K-State Research & Extension Ag Economist. You can register online at www.riley.ksu.edu or call 785-537-6350 by January 24th. Refreshments will be provided.