June 2014 – April 2015
All the Hits Z963 and Hogan Entertainment present Kansas City’s own, Tech N9ne’s Independent Grind Tour at RC McGraw’s Thursday, June 26th!
Tickets are $35 in advance at Ticketstorm.com, RC McGraw’s and Stickels Cleaners. Tickets are $40 the day of the show. Like the VIP treatment? Get VIP tickets for only $55! For more upcoming shows, like RC McGraw’s on Facebook or check out mcgrawsmanhattan.com.
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The Pampered Pet presents the St. Xavier High School Alumni Game!
December 20, 2014 7:00 PM
Help them to raise $50,000 by March 1st to keep the school open!
- Chili Feed at 6:00 PM
- Former coaches, priests, & players will be there
- Auction and raffles during the game
- Game starts at 7:30 PM
MAPJ will host their Annual Meeting on Saturday, March 28th at the UUFM Building. Social time with cash bar begins at 5:30 pm; Potluck dinner at 6:00 pm; Business meeting at 7:00 pm; 730 presentation of The Fight for $15 and a Union: from KC to the National Movement. Speakers Terrence Wise and Michael Enriquez. Questions call 785-236-0414.
The 1st Annual Run for the Red 5K Race will be held on Sunday, March 29th on the Kansas State University campus, benefiting the American Red Cross. Register and receive a t-shirt, prizes for First and Second place winners for both men and women in respective age groups. To register, visit: https//runsignup.com/Race/KS/Manhattan/RunfortheRed5K.
On Sunday, March 29th, the League is sponsoring a forum for USD 378 School Board candidates (Riley, KS). It will be held in the south gymnasium at Riley County High School. The forum will begin at 2:00 pm and conclude no later than 4:00 pm.
Candidates running for USD 378 Board of Education will respond to questions on local issues during a public forum on Sunday March 29th from 2:00 to 4:30 pm at the south gymnasium at Riley County High School. The format for the forum will include questions submitted by members of the audience and asked by a moderator. Following audience questions, candidates will make closing statements. The forum in open to the public.
The final City Commission Candidate public forum will be held on Monday, March 30th at 7:00 at The Wareham. All of the candidates will be present and have been given the format instructions as well as very significant questions pertaining to down town. They will be handing out a booklet of candidate bios/position statements. Randy Martin is the moderator again for this election season. The public will be given ample opportunity to submit questions to the candidates. Fresh baked cookies will be served compliments of Bourbon & Baker.
The Riley County Police Department will be holding its monthly NextCoffee meeting on Tuesday, March 31st at 5:30 pm (Tuesday instead of Monday for this month only). The meeting will be held at Radina’s located in Blue Earth Plaza. Police Officer Derek Cid from the Riley County Police Department’s Patrol Division will be this month’s guest speaker to discuss his patrol shift and experiences as a law enforcement officer in and outside of Riley County. NextCoffee meetings are generally held on the last Monday of each month. They are a casual setting in which Manhattan and Riley County community members can interact with police officers of the Riley County Police Department in a light hearted and casual atmosphere. Officers and employees involved in the program provide an educational experience and open discussion on topics like crime in the community and how the department is responding. The department’s Nextcoffee goes hand in hand with its online counterpart, Nextdoor. This free program is used to better facilitate communication throughout the community and replaced the neighborhood watch program in Riley County earlier this year. To sign up for a Nextdoor account visit www.Nextdoor.com
Manhattan Christian College will hold a Free Bible Class five Wednesday nights in April, April 1st – 29th from 6:00 – 10:00 pm. The topic will be the book of Genesis, including some extra-biblical information about the creation and the flood, and the historical narrative beginning with Adam and concluding with Joseph. Class size is limited. Register online at www.mccks.edu or contact Brody Bliss, email@example.com.