Events: 29th January 2020

Join us for Kansas Day 2020 and help us celebrate Kansas’s 159th Birthday! Featuring: Dennis Rogers American Indian performer and educator will share his culture through music and dance as he encourages with an emphasis on sensitivity to all cultures. Performances are at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., and 1:00 p.m. Hands-on standards based activities and … Read more Kansas Day Celebration

You’re invited to the opening of A Stately Symbol, paintings of the Topeka State Capitol by Becky Drager on Kansas Day, January 29th, from 5-7pm. Come out and browse art while enjoying live music, local wine, and snacks!

Come out tonight to the makerspace and explore fluid art using pourable acrylic paint. No prior art experience necessary. We will try different techniques like swipe effects, dirty pours and ring pours. Experimentation is encouraged. Class fee: $30 Class size limited to 6 people. Register for this event and find more classes at artscraftsman.com/events 🔶

An exclusive event featuring a 4-course meal prepared by Iron Rail Brewing’s executive chef with pairings of Iron Rail Brewing beer.

It’s our one year anniversary! So were throwing a three day party in the middle of the week! Why not, right!? We have another Cyrus Hotel favorite cranking out live music in The Weather Room. The Jasper Shrake Trio will be here! Also, it’s Kansas Day! So we will have specials on all Kansas beers … Read more Cyrus Hotel 1 Year Anniversary Party

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