UNWIND NEWS

Water skiers will compete for state titles, regional points and national standings Saturday and Sunday at Lake Shawnee in the 40th annual Kansas State Waterski Championships. This is the 15th...
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Downtown Topeka Inc., and Parks and Recreation of Topeka will sponsor a chalk art competition July 28 in downtown Topeka. The competition will take place along Kansas Avenue downtown as part of the...
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Parks and Recreation of Topeka and Downtown Topeka Inc will host Doodle It Downtown, a chalk art competition for adults and youth ages 5-17 on Thursday, July 28. Registration for the adult...
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Parks and Recreation of Topeka will host the 28th Annual Kansas Senior Olympics competition beginning Thursday, September 22 through Monday, October 3. The Senior Olympics offers competition in 18...
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The Spirit of Kansas has plenty to do before the fireworks make you awe and ooh. While the aerial pyrotechnic display at 10 p.m. Monday is the big attraction of Shawnee County Parks and Recreation's...
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Three Topeka neighborhoods will hold their annual Fourth of July parades Monday. Deborah Ricks, mayor of the Potwin Place Neighborhood Association, said several activities had been planned for the...
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The Fourth of July holiday weekend will bring about numerous street closings in the capital city for parades and other festivities. The city of Topeka's engineering traffic section announced Thursday...
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Shawnee County Parks and Recreation will offer a free outdoor movie this Friday at the new Bettis Family Sports Complex at Lake Shawnee, S.E. 29th and Croco Rd. Gates open at 8 p.m. with the movie, "...
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Organizers of the second annual Shawnee County Largest Workout are hoping this year's event are hoping to increase the number of participants who also want to increase their healthy habits. "We're...
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The Senior Adult division, with Parks and Recreation of Topeka, will offer Gentle Yoga for Seniors beginning Tuesday, July 12. This class will meet for six weeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:...
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Over 140 senior athletes — age 50 and older — from Kansas will join more than 10,000 athletes from around the country for the 2011 Summer National Senior Games presented by Humana in Houston, Texas...
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It's summertime, so strike up the bands. Evening concerts in two city parks get started with a 7 p.m. Sunday one by the Topeka Santa Fe Band at the Gage Park Amphitheater, where the Santa Fe Band,...
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PRATT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) will offer 2011 Free Fishing Days on June 4-5, in coordination with National Fishing Week. On these days, anglers of all ages may fish...
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City leaders probably had a warmer day in mind for May 28 when they scheduled the grand opening of the new Garfield Family Aquatic Center, 1600 N.E. Quincy. Certainly, they had hoped for something a...
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Grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremonies will be at 12:30 p.m. Saturday — the same day all city pools open — for the new Garfield Family Aquatic Center at Garfield Park, 1600 N.E. Quincy. Tours of...
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The Topeka Zoo will launch it's first of four Summer Safari Nights at the Zoo on Friday evening. The event called "Summer Celebration At The Zoo" will start at 5:30 p.m. and run until 8:00 p.m....
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Parks and Recreation of Topeka will offer an Arthritis Foundation Exercise program beginning Wednesday, June 1. This program provides gentle activities to help increase joint flexibility, range of...
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The City of Topeka Parks & Recreation Creative Play Preschools will begin enrollment for the 2011/2012 school year Wednesday, June 8. Enrollment is accepted at the Cyrus K. Holliday building, 620...
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Parks & Recreation of Topeka is currently accepting registrations for the second annual June Crafts Festival scheduled on Saturday, June 4 in Gage Park at Big Gage Shelter house, 4002 SW 6th....
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The Topeka Kite Fliers will be hosting the Twisted Lines Kite Festival on June 3-5 at Family Park, on the southwest corner of 21st and Urish. The event, which is free to the public is a fund raiser...
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