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September 2021

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Fri, September 3rd - 9:00pm
OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW with Molly Tuttle
OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW with Molly Tuttle

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Description: Tickets on sale now to see Old Crow Medicine Show and opener Molly Tuttle at the Stiefel Theatre in Salina on Sept. 3 at 8:00 pm. Tickets start at $39. Call the Box Office at 785-827-1998 or buy online at stiefeltheatre.org. Submitted by: Valerie Johnson Stiefel Theatre

Fri, September 3rd - 9:00pm

 
 
 
2nd Annual Plymouth Congregational Church Virtual Auction
2nd Annual Plymouth Congregational Church Virtual Auction

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Description: Runs September 5-19. Antique furniture, exercise equipment, baby furniture, jewelry, home décor and art, a delicious musical meal for 10, home-baked cheesecakes, unique experiences, and more. And, keep checking back – we’re adding items throughout the auction! Anyone can bid at charityauction.bid/PlymouthVirtualAuction. At the close of the auction, winning bidders and donors will negotiate the transfer of the items. All proceeds go to Justice Matters, the Plymouth Language Program, and the justice, local church and global ministries of the United Church of Christ’s Our Church’s Wider Mission. Submitted by: Brandy Ernzen Plymouth Congregational Church

Sun, September 5th (All day)

 
 
Plymouth Congregational Church Virtual Auction
Plymouth Congregational Church Virtual Auction

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Description: The second annual Plymouth Congregational Church Virtual Auction features many unique items, services and opportunities, with proceeds going to local charities. The public is encouraged to bid or donate at this link: https://plymouthlawrence.breezechms.com/form/virtualauction21 from September 5 through 19, 2021. Submitted by: Margaret Kramar Plymouth Congregational Church

Sun, September 5th (All day)

 
 
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Wed, September 8th - 5:00pm
World Literacy Day Hear A Book; Take A Book
World Literacy Day Hear A Book; Take A Book

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Description: Altrusa International of Greater Kansas City, Inc will partner with Lenexa Public Market celebrating World Literacy Day Book Give-a-way children's event as a part of Fun Family Night at Lenexa Public Market, 8750 Penrose Lane, Lenexa, KS; 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm on Wednesday, September 8. This is a free indoor event for families with children. Join us as we seek to share a love of reading by encouraging each child to select one brand new book to take home and add to his/her library and offer other literacy centered activities. Geared toward pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade children. This FREE event is hosted by Altrusa International of Greater Kansas City, Inc in partnership with Lenexa Public Market and Hearts for Hospice. It was made possible by a grant of $4000 from Altrusa International Foundation to improve the economic well-being and quality of life in communities that host an Altrusa club. Learn more about Altrusa and the value this service organization places on the importance of literacy to our community. For more information contact Regina Irwin at (816) 507-1463 or by email altrusakansascity@gmail.com. Information also available at www.districteight.altrusa.org or https://www.facebook.com/altrusa.kc Submitted by: Barbara Britt Altrusa International of Greater Kansas City, Inc

Wed, September 8th - 5:00pm

 
 
Thu, September 9th - 6:00am
Annual Downtown Lawrence Sidewalk Sale
Annual Downtown Lawrence Sidewalk Sale

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Description: The return of the Annual Downtown Lawrence Sidewalk Sale! Same Hot Deals... New Cooler Date. Hit the streets to see what your favorite local spots have on sale, what's new in stores, and what's up downtown! We've missed welcoming our community and are thrilled to bring everyone together for this long time tradition, especially now when human connections are more important than ever. While we are excited to have you back, we realize and respect that everyone has varying levels of comfort in larger crowds. At the event, we will recommend masks for our unvaccinated attendees as social distancing will be challenging in the space. We also have sidewalk sanitizing stations available in every block for your use. The most important thing is for all of us to continue to practice kindness, understanding and respect for one another. Please use your best judgement and distance yourself from anyone who is making you uncomfortable. Loads of giveaways, free water, raffles for Downtown Lawrence gift cards, and a busker or two for good measure!The return of the Annual Downtown Lawrence Sidewalk Sale! Same Hot Deals... New Cooler Date. Hit the streets to see what your favorite local spots have on sale, what's new in stores, and what's up downtown! We've missed welcoming our community and are thrilled to bring everyone together for this long time tradition, especially now when human connections are more important than ever. While we are excited to have you back, we realize and respect that everyone has varying levels of comfort in larger crowds. At the event, we will recommend masks for our unvaccinated attendees as social distancing will be challenging in the space. We also have sidewalk sanitizing stations available in every block for your use. The most important thing is for all of us to continue to practice kindness, understanding and respect for one another. Please use your best judgement and distance yourself from anyone who is making you uncomfortable. Loads of giveaways, free water, raffles for Downtown Lawrence gift cards, and a busker or two for good measure! Submitted by: Rochelle Marsh Downtown Lawrence, Inc.

Thu, September 9th - 6:00am

 
 
Fri, September 10th - 7:00pm
Scotty Ray Bellner Band at Outfield Beer Company
Scotty Ray Bellner Band at Outfield Beer Company

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Description: Fall is a great time to enjoy classic rock  and a great beer.  Outfield Beer Company has 8 craft beers on tap for you to choose from while you enjoy the sweet sounds of Scotty Ray Bellner Band.  They cover greats like Stevie Ray Vaughn, ZZ Top, and Bryan Adams.  Hope to see you there!   Submitted by: Beau Martin Outfield Beer Company

Fri, September 10th - 7:00pm

 
 
Sat, September 11th - 11:00am
Biggest Baby Shower
Biggest Baby Shower

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Description: When you're a parent, you learn to expect the unexpected. Start off prepared by joining us for the Biggest Baby Shower at NFM. See what's new from the brands you trust and give your little bundle of joy a warm welcome to the world.• Sip and shop with the non-alcoholic MOM-osa bar• Enjoy baby shower games and exciting giveaways• Get tips on staying fit and healthy throughout your pregnancy• Enter to win fabulous prizes  Submitted by: Jackie Chavez Nebraska Furniture Mart - KC

Sat, September 11th - 11:00am

 
 
Sat, September 11th - 8:00pm
Here Come The Mummies at The Cotillion September 11
Here Come The Mummies at The Cotillion September 11

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Description: Here Come The Mummies Saturday, September 11, 2021 Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm All previously purchased tickets will be valid for this date. Submitted by: Ryan Stevenson The Cotillion

Sat, September 11th - 8:00pm

 
 
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Tue, September 14th - 6:30pm
Pro-Retirement Seminar
Pro-Retirement Seminar

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Description: The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, Leawood, Kansas and its Crossroads Ministry and Foundation are pleased to announce a Pro-Retirement Seminar to be held Tuesday, September 14, 2020 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. This special live-streaming, on-line event, will feature guest speaker, Amy Hanson, PhD., who will help people envision and take action towards creating a more fulfilling life in retirement. Other speakers will focus on how to live with energy, purpose, and joy during retirement years by examining four areas of holistic living: wellness, leaving a legacy, relationships, and spirituality. For more information about the Pro-Retirement Seminar and how to register for the event, visit our web site at www.cor.org/leawood/crossroads or e-mail Angie McCarty at angie.McCarty@cor.org Submitted by: Barry Nelson Church of the Resurrection - Leawood, KS

Tue, September 14th - 6:30pm

 
 
Tue, September 14th - 7:00pm
KC Celebrates Kenny Broberg Presented by Park University and the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra
KC Celebrates Kenny Broberg Presented by Park University and the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra

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Description: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at 7 p.m. Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts In his first concert appearance since winning the coveted American Pianists Awards this summer, pianist Kenny Broberg will be celebrated by Kansas City audiences in a performance with the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra in Helzberg Hall. Already a favorite in Kansas City, Kenny is one of the most decorated pianists of his generation having previously won the bronze medal in the International Tchaikovsky Competition in 2019 and the silver medal in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2017. A student of Cliburn gold medalist Stanislav Ioudenitch at Park University’s International Center for Music, this is your chance to experience Kenny’s artistry before he heads off for an international career this fall. See and hear him in KC first and see what critics are calling “a superb artist with an extraordinary concentration … and ravishing tone.” The concert will include solo piano works on the first half featuring the fiery Dante Sonata by Listz. The Kansas City Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Music Director Bruce Sorrell will open the second half and then join Mr. Broberg for the gorgeous Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat by Chopin. Tickets range from $20 to $40 plus applicable fees, with additional discounts for students (1/2 price), seniors and military. Please call the box office at 816.994.7222 for ticket discount purchases. Submitted by: Kelly Cordingley Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

Tue, September 14th - 7:00pm

 
 
 
Thu, September 16th - 5:00pm
aSTEAM Village Community STEM DAY/ Open House
aSTEAM Village Community STEM DAY/ Open House

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Description: Join aSTEAM Village for an action packed evening of music, fun and STEaM as the Village students have given us their innovation lab for the night! Come out and immerse yourself in the world of STEaM with RC Car Racing Contest, Balloon Pop, Ring Toss for your favorite spirits and so much more as we will bring excitement, entertainment, fun and live music with our musical guest is Dominique Hammons and DJ Reese! Experience the aSTEAM Village innovation lab and enjoy the insight and inspiration from our Keynote Speaker, Justin "Mr. Fascinate" Shaifer discuss STEM/STEAM and its importance to humanity. As if that is not enough, the night will be full of prizes and raffles with the grand prize being a trip for two to Las Vegas, NV, three nights hotel accommodations, round-trip airfare for two and two tickets to see our Kansas City Chiefs beat the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football. The night will be led by KSHB 41's amazing Cynthia Newsome! Submitted by: Lindsey Rein aSTEAM Village

Thu, September 16th - 5:00pm

 
 
Fri, September 17th - 8:00am
Randy Rogers Band at The Cotillion September 17
Randy Rogers Band at The Cotillion September 17

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Description: Randy Rogers Band The Cotillion Friday, September 17, 2021 w/ TBD Doors Open: 7PM TICKET SALE DATES VENUE PRESALE Venue Presale: June 10, 2021 10:00 AM to June 10, 2021 10:00 PM ADVANCED Public Onsale: June 11, 2021 10:00 AM to September 17, 2021 12:00 AM Text RRB to 49798 for presale info starting on 6/10. Table reservations available by calling 316-722-4201. Concessions and full bars open! Also featuring local favorites Nancy's A-Maize-N Sandwich Booth. All Ages Support acts subject to change Submitted by: Ryan Stevenson The Cotillion

Fri, September 17th - 8:00am

 
 
Fri, September 17th - 7:00pm
Outfield Beer Company Presents Tyler Giles Music
Outfield Beer Company Presents Tyler Giles Music

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Description: Fall is a great time to enjoy country music and a great beer.  Outfield Beer Company has 8 craft beers on tap for you to choose from while you enjoy the sweet sounds of Tyler and Cheyenne Giles.  Tyler covers some of the country greats as well as plays his original music!  He has spent the last several years traveling across the US and Europe with bands such as Porter Union, Dusty Rust and the Harmed Brothers as well as as a solo artist.   Submitted by: Beau Martin Outfield Beer Company

Fri, September 17th - 7:00pm

 
 
Sat, September 18th - 7:00am
Blarney Breakfast
Blarney Breakfast

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Have you heard?…Topeka is celebrating Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day

 

Rise and shine Saturday, September 18th for Blarney Breakfast, an all you can eat breakfast buffet served at Blind Tiger Brewery & Restaurant from 7-10am to power you up for the rest of days festivities. Enjoy a tasty breakfast, Blind Tiger brews, entertainment, and more all while celebrity servers get their Irish on for a great cause. Don’t leave their tip jars half full – all proceeds benefit your friends with disabilities served at Capper Foundation.

 

Visit www.capper.org/events for more details and tickets.

Sat, September 18th - 7:00am

 
 
Sat, September 18th - 9:00am
Homebuyer Workshop
Homebuyer Workshop

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Description: Tenants to Homeowners is hosting a workshop give you the facts needed to buy a home. No registration is required and open to the public. Mask will be required. Saturday 18, 9 am - 1pm. Submitted by: Pat Payne Tenants to Homeowners, Inc

Sat, September 18th - 9:00am

 
 
Sat, September 18th - 10:00am
Nature’s Revelation: ‘every common bush afire with God’
Nature’s Revelation: ‘every common bush afire with God’

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Description: A Day of Reflection on Creation and the Creative Process Saturday, Sept. 18 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Includes Lunch Suggested Offering: $25 (Scholarships available.) The verdant 30-acre campus of the Renewal Center will be our prayerbook for a day of reflection on the power of God’s creation. As Elizabeth Barrett Browning wrote: “Earth’s crammed with heaven, And every common bush afire with God, But only they who see take off their shoes.” The first half of the day, we will prayerfully explore the Renewal Center grounds strolling the footpaths, sitting on the deck, or peering through a window, listening to birdsongs and wind in branches, with eyes, ears and hearts open to experience a theophany — God gracing us with divine presence visible in nature. The second half of the day, we will fully embrace this sacred encounter by expressing what is stirring in our hearts through art. The expression can be manifold: drawing, painting, dancing, poetry, journaling, music, photography — whatever way the Spirit moves you. To allow our brush with the Holy to penetrate our souls, we will end the day by sharing our creations with one another. Special notes: · Wear shoes and clothes suitable for walking along our trails. · We will have activities for those with mobility challenges. The Renewal Center is accessible for people with physical disabilities. · Paper, crayons, markers, colored pencils, and journals will be available. · Bring any other equipment you may prefer such as paint and canvases, special paper, cameras, musical instruments, ballet slippers or tap shoes. For more information: · Email: info@pbrenewalcenter.org · Phone: 816-415-3745 Submitted by: Dennis Coday Precious Blood Renewal Center

Sat, September 18th - 10:00am

 
 
Sun, September 19th - 10:00am
Twisted Fiber Festival
Twisted Fiber Festival

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Description: The Twisted Fiber Festival is a free craft festival for all fans of fiber art and fiber crafts. There will be several local guilds and clubs to help connect fiber artists with their community as wells as vendors to share their hand-made crafts. Additionally, there will be several free classes and workshops offered throughout the day to learn a new fiber skill and a Sheep-to-Shawl demonstration to show the full process of using wool to create a wearable garment. Everyone is invited for this eventful day of fiber filled fun! Submitted by: Felicia Heird Potwin Fiber Artisans

Sun, September 19th - 10:00am

 
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Tue, September 21st - 6:00pm
Harrington Lecture featuring Dr. Eboo Patel
Harrington Lecture featuring Dr. Eboo Patel

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Description: “We Need to Build: Field Notes for Diverse Democracy” We live in a molten era where so much is changing and therefore anything is possible. Will America become a nightmare or a dream? So much depends on leaders like you. Are you ready to be an architect of an America where people from all identities thrive? This session with veteran interfaith leader Eboo Patel will both expand your knowledge and build your skills, helping you become the kind of leader our diverse democracy needs. Join us on Sept 21 at 6:00 pm CT for a free, online lecture by Dr. Eboo Patel. Register to receive the Zoom link to attend: https://app.donorview.com/Y4Gm5 Submitted by: Tiana Gatewood Saint Paul School of Theology

Tue, September 21st - 6:00pm

 
 
 
 
Fri, September 24th - 4:00pm
CrossRoads Silent Auction
CrossRoads Silent Auction

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Description: September 24, 2021 - CrossRoads Silent Auction, Southeast 41st and California. From 4:00pm to 7:00pm - lots of terrific items at great prices. Shop now for Christmas. Also a Bake Sale with yummy treats. You will not want to miss it, and neither will your friends, coworkers or family, be sure to invite them. For more information contact (785) 230-4362 or PastorDavid@crossroadstopeka.com Submitted by: David Deck CrossRoads Wesleyan Church

Fri, September 24th - 4:00pm

 
 
Fri, September 24th - 7:00pm
North Topeka Walking Ghost Tour
North Topeka Walking Ghost Tour

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Description: Ghost Tours of Kansas Ghosttoursofkansas.org 785-851-0856 ghosttoursofkansas@gmail.com Friday, April 9, 7PM Friday, May 7, 7PM Friday, June 25, 7PM Friday, July 23, 7PM Saturday, August 28, 7PM Friday, September 24, 7PM Saturday, October 2, 7pm Rough and Rowdy best describes this ghost tour! - This mile long walking tour highlights North Kansas Avenue, once considered the party block for well over a hundred years. - The North Topeka Walking Tour provides a colorful look at the shenanigans that played out over the years by some not so savory characters. - Overland Station, Serendipity, Studio 62, Brads Corner Cafe and many other locations presented. Learn the history and haunts of North Topeka. - Walking tours depart the front of Brad's corner cafe, 844 North Kansas Avenue Submitted by: Cathy Ramirez Ghost Tours of Kansas

Fri, September 24th - 7:00pm

 
 
Fri, September 24th - 8:00pm
Tech N9ne's Strange New World Tour at The Cotillion September 24
Tech N9ne's Strange New World Tour at The Cotillion September 24

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Description: TECH N9NE'S STRANGE New WORLD TOUR 2021 FRIDAY, SEPTEMEBER 24, 2021- DOORS 7PM Special Guests Rittz plus King Iso, Maez301, Jehry Robinson Support acts subject to change NEW DATE - The Cotillion - Friday, September 24, 2021 All previously purchased tickets will be valid for the new date and no action is needed. Submitted by: Ryan Stevenson The Cotillion

Fri, September 24th - 8:00pm

 
 
Sat, September 25th - 9:00am
Repairers of the Breach: Reconciling Division, Healing Community
Repairers of the Breach: Reconciling Division, Healing Community

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Description: A Day of Reflection   Saturday, Sept. 25 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. In-person and live-streamed   Facilitated by Fr. Joseph Nassal, CPPS   You shall be called the repairer of the breach,     the restorer of streets to live in.                         — Isaiah 58: 12 Times of crisis often bring people together in a spirit of compassion and understanding that “we are all in this together.” Regrettably, today’s political climate and the pandemic have increased polarization in society and those divisions have seeped into the church. As your parish family comes back together after physical separation caused by covid for more than a year, you may find "emotional" separation caused by different beliefs. As parish leaders, we need skills to repair the breach. This one-day retreat will teach you some of those skills. ·       How do we address the issues that divide us without distancing or dismissing those with whom we disagree? ·       How do we live the call of the prophet Isaiah to be “repairers of the breach”? ·       How do we seek to find our common ground around the table of communion? Our times are not dissimilar to the early church in Corinth. It too struggled with division and disunity. St. Paul reminded that community — and us — that we have been given “the ministry of reconciliation” (2 Corinthians 5, 18). This day of reflection will explore what that means and what we need for that ministry. Reconciliation is about restoring relationships. Our relationship with God and with one another is revealed in the language of covenant. Our challenge is to live this covenant of love as we seek to be a reconciling presence in our faith communities. Please join us for this day of reflection. Fr. Joe Nassal is a Missionary of the Precious Blood who has been engaged in retreat, renewal and reconciliation ministry since 1988. He is the author of eight books including The Conspiracy of Compassion, Rest Stops for the Soul, and Premeditated Mercy. Ordained in 1982, Fr. Joe was provincial director of the Kansas City Province from 2011-2019. He now lives in Berkeley, California,  where he is part of a team to establish a Mission House of Prayer for those who minister on the margins. "Hands Across the Divide" sculpture by Maurice Harron, photo by diego_cue.  Creatvie Commons Licenses BY-NC Submitted by: Dennis Coday Precious Blood Renewal Center

Sat, September 25th - 9:00am

 
 
Sat, September 25th - 11:00am
0.5k - The Underachievers Run
0.5k - The Underachievers Run

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Description: IT'S BACK and we're heading to back to Westport! The 0.5k - The Underachiever's Run... if you can even call it a run! This event takes you across 0.31 miles - 1,640 feet - 19,685 inches. It's unlike any other run (and more like a walk to the next bar)! The 0.5k - The Underachiever's Run will start off with a pizza party at Kelly's Westport Inn. There, you can carb load for the “big race” and "warm-up" before the "run" with music by one-woman-band Erica McKenzie. At race time, you'll be sent off with a "boom" to Off Key and Throwback. Don't worry, we will keep you hydrated along the way with a water station. Fear you may need first aid? Don't worry, we have that covered too. The kit may or may not contain only lollipops, but hey, it will be there! Upon finishing this clearly physically and mentally taxing 0.5k, you'll celebrate crossing the finish line with - what else but champagne and donuts! Oh and some victory music! ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BE 21+! What you get: - Awesome race bib to prove you actually participated - 1 free slice of pizza to carb-load for the big "run" - 1 free donut and glass of champagne to celebrate crossing the finish line - A fanny pack to keep all of your belongings in - A 0.5k Euro-style sticker that you can stick wherever you'd like to prove that you're in the runners club - A finisher award - you know, for those bragging rights What's the price? - $35.05 through August - $40.05 September 1st - 25th All details here: http://kccrew.com/events/point5k/ Submitted by: Katy Wade KC Crew

Sat, September 25th - 11:00am

 
 
Sat, September 25th - 12:30pm
BAS at the Park
BAS at the Park

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Description: BAS at the Park Saturday, September 25 12:30 PM Rose Garden at Loose Park Bach Aria Soloists launches SEASON 22 with our FREE Annual Park Concert in our city’s Rose Garden jewel at Loose Park! From Bach to Broadway, bask in the lyricism of KC’s premier chamber ensemble in this fun concert for our community in person! Bring your chair/blanket & favorite beverage. Program includes: Bach Sonata for Violin & Klavier Vivaldi Sonata for Cello and Klavier Morricone Cinema Paradiso Weill September Song Bernstein I feel pretty Price: FREE Community Concert Event Registration required for entrance. Please register at www.bachariasoloists.com. Submitted by: Erin Murphy Bach Aria Soloists

Sat, September 25th - 12:30pm

 
 
Sat, September 25th - 6:30pm
Mystic Chocolate for Body and Soul
Mystic Chocolate for Body and Soul

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Description: A study group for women Sept 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 (Wednesdays) 6:30-8 p.m. Facilitated by Lucia Ferrara What does a study series have to do with chocolate? Well, this series is all about God’s grace — how richly, extravagantly, and surprisingly God indulges us with love and grace. And what better metaphor for grace is there than chocolate? This totally relevant five-week study series will help you develop relationships with other women as you grow in your relationship with God. Each week, we will learn about a different aspect of God’s grace and how it applies to our lives. We will explore how surprising God’s grace is, how rich and extravagant it is dished out, how grace can transform us, how grace affects the way we live day to day, how we can overflow with grace to those around us, and how we ought to be celebrating God’s grace every day! And we’ll give you little doses of chocolate activities to deepen and enrich your learning in a way you can really understand. The last week of the series, we’ll prepare and share a meal together. Women at any place in their faith journeys can feel right at home with this series. We will be using as a guide the downloadable booklet Simply Relevant (Chocolate Boutique) Relational Bible Series for Women. We’ll give you details on how to order the booklet when you register. Photo 10014721 / Chocolate © Christopher Elwell | Dreamstime.com Submitted by: Dennis Coday Precious Blood Renewal Center

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Mon, September 27th - 9:00am
2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Aerospace & Aeronautical Engineering- Webinar
2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Aerospace & Aeronautical Engineering- Webinar

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Description: To promote current research outcomes within the research communities to enhance their current knowledge in the field of Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering and to discover new trends for future applications which are safer, cheaper and easier, OLC International is organizing the 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering will be held during September 27-29, 2021 - Webinar The theme of the conference is Professionals Gathering to Discuss on Excellence of Aerospace Industry. Submitted by: Sireesha Sireesha

Mon, September 27th - 9:00am

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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