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  • Another chance to recall and enjoy The Beach Boys

    Three years running now, we’ve had local chances to remember and enjoy The Beach Boys. Two years ago we saw the movie “Love and Mercy,” about how song-writing group leader Brian Wilson managed to have a creative peak and .

  • Little Apple Barbershop Chorus, international week and more

    SUNDAY Easter Bunny photos, through April 15. Manhattan Town Center, Center Court. Fashion Show, 6 p.m. Part of the International Coordinating Council’s International Week. K-State Student Union Ballroom. MONDAY International Week Parade, 11 a.m. Parade starts at the International Student .

  • K-State Open House, Wefald Hall dedication and more

    The future is built here… along with several new buildings, research, and more. Don’t miss the annual K-State Open House this weekend. Explore more than 250 majors and options, 574plus student organizations, and the family atmosphere that makes K-State stand .

  • London Journal: Spending time with Shakespeare

    Not getting to London during the “Shakespeare 400” year of 2016 was for me a mistake in need of correction, so when I found that the Royal Shakespeare Company’s residency at London’s Haymarket Theatre would actually continue into 2017 with a .

  • K-State artists share work with community Gallery1

    Manhattan Arts Center is one of the hubs of local art, and that includes Kansas State University students. The center is in the final week of its current exhibit of master’s degree students from the fine arts program at .

  • Painting studio, silent book club, ‘Rogue One’ and more

    MONDAY KSU Blood Drive, through Thursday. K-State Student Union Ballroom Putnam Hall. MAC Community Studios: Drawing Club, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays. An open studios to create in community. Bring your own materials. Cost: $5 per month. Additional studios include a clay .

  • Kids’ craft session at local convention draws next generation of taxidermists Tinytaxi1

    As Sunset Zoo program assistant Kianna Hersey walked over with a lion pelt, Hunter “Moose” Cooley, 5, stood up to get a closer look. He touched and closely examined the pelt, picking up a paw. “That’s huge,” Moose said. Soon .

  • Prairie chicken booming, artisan demonstrations and more Planyourweekend

    Your first chance to see the mating ritual of prairie chickens is this weekend. The Flint Hills Discovery Center is hosting greater prairie chicken booming tours for the next four weekends. The experience begins with an early morning light hike .

  • Meet the Makers, prairie chicken booming and more

    SUNDAY Free genealogy presentation: Getting Started with Your German Family History, 2 p.m. Learn about things you need to know in both American and German records to begin tracing your German roots. The presenter, Kelsee Walker, has a bachelor’s .

  • Randolph outdoor school teaches survival, preparedness Outdoor

    Dave Carlson has spent a lot of the last year and a half cutting trees in the woods. He’s used the wood to build grills, a cooking stand, fire circles and has started to build emergency shelters and a .

  • Discovery Center hosting art demos

    The Flint Hills Discovery Center will have free demonstrations of art creation this week in its atrium. The “Meet the Makers” series, which starts Monday and ends Friday, will give community members a firsthand look at how different works of .

  • Little Apple Comic Expo expands in second year

    Little Apple Comic Expo has expanded its operation in its second year. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the K-State Student Union. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students and military with ID, .





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