Event Calendar

Topeka Healthy Events Calendar

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JULY CYCLING EVENTS – Various cycle rides are offered by Kansas Cyclist. www.kansascyclist.com/

 

JULY OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES – Outdoor events and activities. www.getoutdoorskansas.org/calendar

 

LIVE @ LUNCH – Wednesdays; 11am-1pm, Evergy Plaza downtown. Live music, food trucks, yard games & more.

 

EATS & BEATS – Every Thursday through August, 6:30pm-9pm, Evergy Plaza. Bring your lawn chairs. Food trucks & beer gardens.

 

DALE EASTON’S THE DRUNKARD – July 16, 23, 24, 30, 31 at 8pm, VFW Phillip Billard Post, 3110 Southwest Huntoon  kate_hastings@outlook.com

 

SHAWNEE COUNTY FAIR – July 22 – 25, Stormont Vail Event Center. Thursday thru Saturday at 8:00am – 10:00pm; Sunday at 10:00am – 3:00pm. Animals large and small, competition exhibits, vendors, and food trucks are available all days. Find all the information on the fair at www.shawneecountyfair.org

 

PRAYER AT THE HEART OF AMERICA – July 23, 2-8pm, Lebanon, KS. A national call to prayer taking place at the geographical center of the 48 contiguous states. A vision for a spiritual awakening across the USA. National leaders are starting at 8 strategic locations across the country and driving toward the heart of the nation, stopping at churches for prayer to see revival come to our nation. prayerattheheart.com

 

TEE-PAC GOLF TOURNAMENT – July 23, 8am, GreatLife Shawnee Country Club. This benefit tournament will raise funds to support main stage programming and capital improvements at the Topeka Performing Arts Center. Register your team or sign up as a sponsor today. www.topekaperformingarts.org/events/2020/tee-pac-golf-tournament

 

SUMMERFEST AUTO SHOW & CONCERT – July 24, 4pm, The Vinewood. Activities for all members of the family including a car, truck & motorcycle show, kids zone, bands, food trucks (Poppin’ Squeeze, Lago Vista & Mexi-Q) and more

 

FREE BREAKFAST LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH – July 25, 8am-12pm, VFW Philip Billard Post 1650, 3110 SW Huntoon. Free breakfast to all that come through the door. Pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee, juice and some times biscuits & gravy. Donations are accepted and will go to helping vets in the Topeka area. vfw1650seniorvice@gmail.com; 785-383-2997

 

BREAK-OUT VBS – July 25-28, 6:15-8pm, Eastside Baptist Church, 4425 SE 29th St.  Escape Room theme – Breakout from the ordinary to the extraordinary! For kids K-9th grade. 785-379-9933  https://esbcks.org

 

ROCKY RAILWAY VBS (Jesus’ power pulls us through) – July 26-30, 6-8pm, Bethel Community Church, 6944 NW Landon Rd.  For ages 3 (potty trained) through 6th Grade (completed). Contact Wayne Moore, 785-554-2464; Register online bethelchurchks.org (click on VBS registration)

 

“DESTINATION DIG” VBS – July 26-30, 6-8PM, Bethel Baptist Church, 4011 N. Kansas. For children entering K-6th grade. Call: 785.286.0467.  betheltopeka.org E-mail

 

POSTPONED DUE TO FAMILY EMERGENCY! — 5 DAY REVIVAL – No new date yet, Croco Square 6115 SE US Hwy 40, Tecumseh. Josh Radford spreads the flame of revival each night at 7pm FREE of charge. For info email:  jrc4christ2021@gmail.com

 

BOB CUTTER GOLF CLASSIC – July 30, 10am shotgun, 9:30 registration and lunch, Lake Perry Country Club. Sunrise Optimist Club. 785-640-2340

 

VINEWOOD MARKET – July 31-Aug. 1, and Oct. 2-3:  8-4 Sat. & 8-2 Sun. The Vinewood, 2848 SE 29th St. Indoor & outdoor flea market & craft fair. Food Trucks. 785-260-6772 or thehistoricvinewood.com

 

SOLE REASON GOLF TOURNAMENT – July 31, Cypress Ridge Golf Course. 8-8:30 AM registration, 9 AM shotgun. Sole_reason@yahoo.com or 785-338-2965 Benefits children that need sneakers. Lots of prizes and silent auction items.

 

C5Alive “POWER” LUNCHEON – Aug. 12, 11:30-1. at The Peak, 930 SW Gage. Barry Feaker will be the featured speaker!

  • Cost: $10 for C5 members & first-time guests who RSVP, $12 at the door
  • $15 for non-members & repeat guests.
  • Please RSVP to info@C5Alive.org, so we know how much food is needed!
    Open to the public – Put POWER in your life with great food, great speakers and great company! Invite a friend to join you!

SAVE THE DATE: C5 POWER Luncheon, Sep. 9, 11:30-1, C5Alive POWER Luncheon.

 

GREATER VISION CONCERT – Aug. 13, 7pm, Wanamaker Woods Nazarene Church, 3501 SW Wanamaker Rd. Greater Vision performs gospel concerts across the country, and is seen regularly on the In Touch TV program with Charles Stanley. No tickets needed; freewill offering. Doors open at 6pm. 785-273-2248; www.facebook.com/events/923288371572235; wwoodsnaz@wwnaz.org

 

HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS – Aug. 6, Stormont Vail Events Center.

 

C5Alive “POWER” LUNCHEON – Aug. 12, 11:30-1. at The Peak, 930 SW Gage. Barry Feaker will be the featured speaker!

  • Cost: $10 for C5 members & first-time guests who RSVP, $12 at the door
  • $15 for non-members & repeat guests.
  • Please RSVP to info@C5Alive.org, so we know how much food is needed!
    Open to the public – Put POWER in your life with great food, great speakers and great company! Invite a friend to join you!

SAVE THE DATE: C5 POWER Luncheon, Sep. 9, 11:30-1, C5Alive POWER Luncheon. Kristin O’Shea will be the featured speaker.

 

CIDER DAYS FALL MARKET – Sep. 25-26, Exhibition Hall – Stormont Vail Events Center. Explore over 175+ makers, creators, artisans and pickers at this weekend filled with amazing shopping, unique food and live entertainment.

 

YOUTH FOR CHRIST GOLF CLASSIC – Sep. 27, 9AM reg.; 10AM shotgun start, Lake Shawnee. Several sponsorship levels available. Lots of prizes! 232-8296 or topekayfc.org

 

TOPEKA FALL FEST – Oct. 9, 10am-3pm, at the Vinewood, 2848 SE 29th St.  Come out and enjoy the live music, a craft & vendor fair, food trucks, and a health & fitness fair, plus games and activities for kids. Fun for the whole family, and admission is free!  Dozens of local businesses, non-profits & churches will operate games & activities such as Face Painting, Craft Stations, Photo Booth, Inflatables, Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, Ball Toss, Cake Walk, Trunk or Treat and more!  We’ll have a Health & Fitness Fair sponsored by Topeka Health & Wellness Magazine, featuring Health Screenings & Fitness Demonstrations, Information & Educational Booths, Health & Safety Products and more.  For more information, email info@C5Alive.org.

 

CASTING CROWNS – Oct. 3, 7pm, Stormont Vail Event Center. Special guest will be Matthew West. For info: castingcrowns.com

 

ONGOING:

NOTICE: Because of many cancellations due to COVID19, please check with event hosts to make sure there are no changes or postponements.

SENIORS NUTRITIONAL LUNCH – Weekdays, except holidays, at noon at Auburn Civic Center, 1020 N. Washington St. Minimal cost per person. Reservations/cancellations are required 24 hours in advance by calling 295-3980. Each meal includes 1% milk and sugar-free items are included for diabetics. 785-215- 0064.

MONDAY FARMERS MARKET – Mondays 7:30-11:30am, Topeka & Sh. Co. Library, Through Oct. 5

MARKET MONDAYS – Monday 3-7pm through October, Evergy Plaza. A farmers market and artisan market helping to increase access to fresh, locally produced foods and other products.

MEDICARE MONDAYS – First Mon. of ea. month, 1-3pm. Topeka/Sh. Co. Public Library (Menninger Room 206), 1515 SW 10th. Senior health insurance counseling. For info: 580-4545 or nhonl@tscpl.org

TOPEKA MANKIND PROJECT – Mondays, 6:30pm, 2112 SW Morningside Rd. Supports men in becoming their best selves, including physical, mental & emotional health & wellness. Open to any man. Brian Thomas: brian.thomas01@gmail.com or 785-727-9439

SENIOR STRETCHING EXERCISES – each Mon. – Wed. – Fri., 9:30-10:15am, Seaman Community Church, 2036 NW Taylor St. Enter on the east side of the Fellowship Hall. No Charge. 785-354-8777 or 785-213-6016

SENIOR FIT & FUN PROGRAM – every Mon., Wed., & Fri., 1:30pm, Rolling Hills Christian Church, 4530 NW Hiawatha Place (US Hwy 75 & NW 46th St.) 785-286-0601 or office@rhcctopeka.org

TRAIL LIFE & AMERICAN HERITAGE GIRLS TROUPS – Every Mon. 6pm, Cornerstone Comm. Church, 7620 SW 21st. Faith-based scouting programs are kids age 5-18. Register online at cornerstonetopeka.com. For info: 478-2929.

GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP – First Monday each month, 3:30-4:30pm, 400 SW Oakley. Call Donna Park for info: 783-7527 or visit www.valeotopeka.org. Open to the public. Free

HEARTLAND HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOODS – 2nd Mon., 11:45am-1pm. Promoting neighborhood well-being by mobilizing people, ideas & resources. 233-1365.

DOWNTOWN TOPEKA LIONS CLUB – 2nd & 4th Mondays at Noon, Madison Street Diner inside the Ramada Downtown, Guests are welcome.

OSTOMY SUPPORT GROUP – First Tuesday of each month at St. Francis Health, 1700 SW 7th St, Meeting Room, 2nd floor, 6:00 – 7:30 PM. Anyone with an ostomy may attend. The goal is to provide education and ongoing support for individuals with an ostomy. Contact Teresa Kellerman at 785-295-5555 for information.

FIBROMYALGIA & CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME SUPPORT GROUP – 2nd Tue., 7-9pm. First Congregational Church, 17th and Collins. For info: Randy at 785-969-4038 or TopekaCFS@outlook.com.

EMOTIONS ANONYMOUS: 12-step program for those suffering with emotional instability such as depression, anxiety, grief, etc. Meets every Tues. at Grace Episcopal Cathedral, Noon-1pm. N/C. Sharon: 785-633-7764

LADIES’ EXERCISE – Tue. evenings 7-8 pm & Fri. mornings 8-9 am, First Baptist, 129 w 15th St., Lyndon. free active support: fat burning, strength, fitness. Contact Sheri 207-0380 or pamperedchefsheri@live.com

LIBRARY’S LEARN & PLAY BUS – Every Tuesday 1-3pm, Auburn Community Center.

GRANDPARENT/RELATIVE CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP – 3rd Tue., 6:30-8pm, 2nd floor meeting room, St. Francis Hosp, 1700 SW 7th. For info: Sharla, 286-2329; Jennie (English/Spanish) 231-0763.

SILVER LAKE FARMERS MARKET – Tuesdays 6-8pm, June 1-Sep. 7, Silver Lake Library

LAWRENCE TUESDAY MARKET – Tuesdays, May 4-Oct. 26, 4-6pm, South Park, 1141 Massachusetts

CARBONDALE FARMERS MARKET – every Wed. 4-6pm in Carbondale City Park. Vendor-grown or vendor-produced. For vendor information, contact Mary at 836-7887.

SAFE STREETS COALITION MEETING – First Wed. of the month, 11:45am-1pm. Great Overland Station. For info: 266-4606 or jwilson@safestreets.org

TOPEKA TWILIGHT LIONS BRANCH CLUB – 2nd Wednesdays, 6:30 pm, Madison Street Diner, inside Ramada Downtown. Guests are welcome

GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS – Every Wed, 7pm, St. Francis Hospital, meeting room #8.

JAYHAWK AREA AGENCY ON AGING – 4th Wed., 1pm, Rosehill Place Clubhouse. Monthly support group for caregivers of seniors. For info: 235-1367 ext.30.

VIP LUNCHEON FOR SENIORS – Every Wed., 10:45 bible study and meal at Noon, Topeka Church of the Brethren, 3201 NW Rochester Rd. (1 mile north of Dillon’s North). FREE lunch with Christian fellowship, devotions & entertainment provided by Topeka North Outreach, Free will donations accepted. For info: 785-224-8803 or vip@topekanorthoutreach.org

OPERATION BACKPACK – 1st Thurs., 6pm, Indian Creek Elementary, 4303 NE Indian Creek Rd. Volunteers gather to assemble Weekend Snack Sacks for low-income students. No meeting in July and August. Sponsored by Topeka North Outreach. For info: 286-1370.

TOPEKA AREA BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP – Third Thur. every month, 6-7:30pm, Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital, 1504 SW 8th Ave. , employee cafeteria on 1st floor. All survivors, family, & friends welcome. Call Faye Miller: 207-2606 or Randy Williams: 232-8553

COUNTRY AND BALLROOM DANCING – Thursday’s 6-9pm. Croco Hall. For info: Edwina 379-9538 or 478-4760.

SHEPHERDS CENTER LINE DANCING GROUP – meets 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 2-4pm at First United Methodist, 6th & Topeka. Park on west side & use west door, turn left & walk the ramp to the library, then left to the elevator. Push [B] to go to the fellowship hall. 785-249-3258.

STROKE SUPPORT GROUP – The 1st Friday of every month from 4pm-5pm in the cafeteria of the first floor of Kansas Rehabilitation Hospital, 1504 SW 8th Ave. Meet other stroke survivors, their families, and hear guest speakers discuss topics related to recovery. Contact Randy Williams at (785)232-8553 with any questions.

NICOTINE ANONYMOUS – Every Fri., 6:30pm, Town & Country Christian Church Renaissance Room, 4925 SW 29th St., use west door cross red foot bridge. A fellowship of men & women helping each other to live free of nicotine. No fees. 402-321-486; Laboomaha@att.net.

NOTO MARKET & ART WALK ON FIRST FRIDAYS – NOTO arts district. Enjoy arts, antiques, fine crafts, and flea market items.

MOVIES AT EVERGY PLAZA – Second Fridays til fall

CELEBRATE RECOVERY – Every Fri., 6pm, 1912 Gage Blvd. A Christ-centered program, based on 8 principles found in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. Applying these Biblical principles, become free from addictive & dysfunctional behaviors.  crtopekaks.org.

TOPEKA NAR-ANON FAMILY GROUP – For families & friends who are affected by someone else’s narcotic addiction. Every Sat., noon-1:15 pm, rm. A, 1st Baptist Church, 3033 SW MacVicar, enter on S. side, door A. http://www.naranonmidwest.org

SATURDAY FAIRLAWN STARTER BIKE RIDE – Every Sat., start at 8am at Classic Bean in Fairlawn Plaza, end at Pizagle’s. Great for beginners. director@cottonwood200.org

DOWNTOWN TOPEKA FARMERS MARKET – Saturday’s April 10 through Nov., 7:30am-noon, 12th & Harrison. The open-air market is full of fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs, arts & crafts, flower, home-baked goods and more.

HARVESTER’S PROGRAM FOR SENIOR CITIZENS – every second Sat., takes place at Christian Lord Ministries, 2421 SE California. Call 266-4979.

THE BERRYTON PICKERS – First Sat. of ea. month, 7-9pm, Berryton Baptist Church. Bring snacks, have fun!

MOTHER TERESA’S FARMERS MARKET – Saturdays, July 3 – Sep. 11, 8:30-11:30am, 2014 NW 46th St.

LAWRENCE FARMERS MARKET – Sat. 7:30-11:30, 824 New Hampshire Street. Open April 10-Nov. 20

HERBTalk – Topeka herbs study group meets Third Saturdays for fun and interactive group learning and sharing about herbs/medicine plants. 7321 SE 45th, Prairie Meadow Greenhouse. RSVP Amy 785-379-8848. $5.00 cash only charge; Free beverages and herb snack samples. Lunch option $6.00. talkherbswithus@gmail.com

TOPEKA FOLK DANCERS CLASSES – Sundays, 2-4pm, 2637 SE 41st St. Dances from 20 countries. No partners or experience necessary. No fee. 215-0968.

KANSAS PRAIRIE PICKERS – Fourth Sun. ea. Month, 1pm, Auburn Community Center. Foot-stomping, hand-clapping tunes to tickle your fancy. Concessions available

SQUARE DANCING – Shawnee Swingers has monthly dances and sponsors lessons in the Fall. For info, call or text 785-845-2357 or email shawneeswingers@gmail.com. On Facebook: Shawnee Swingers Square Dance Club. wesquaredance.com

SEX TRAFFICKING INFORMATION – 785-230-8237

ABORTION RECOVERY SUPPORT – Providing services for women & men who suffer from Post-Abortion Syndrome…we can help mend a broken heart! For info: Kay Lyn at KLCarlson20@cox.net.

AL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS – for friends & families of alcoholics. For info: 785-409-3072 or topekaalanon.org

ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUPS – Monthly support group meetings for caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia. For info: Alzheimer’s Association, Heart of America Chapter, 271-1844 or email cindy.miller@alz.org.

CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS – Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging provides opportunities for caregivers to get together and share their ideas & feelings. 235-1367

HHHS Volunteer Program – Volunteers help keep animal’s environments clean and enriching, socialize with and read to cats, walk dogs, and more. Please complete a volunteer application at hhhstopek.org.

 

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