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  1. Paws on the Patio

    October 21, 2020, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ AJ'S NY Pizzeria

    Join us at AJ's Pizzeria for our first Paws on the Patio 2020 AJ's Pizzeria has graciously offered their space for us to hang out with our adoptable dogs in another venue for you to meet your new furry best friend!! They also donate a percentage of their sales to our organization, so come have some great food and drinks while you meet our dogs every Wednesday from 6-9 pm. We will not be there if it is raining or bad weather.

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  2. Trick or Treat the 'Ville

    October 23, 2020, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Aggieville

    Come on down for Aggieville‘s SPOOKIEST tradition! It will take place on Friday, October 23rd from 3pm-5pm. Bring your friends, family and kids for a fun, sugar-filled time! Costumes are recommended! Safety precautions will take place. All participating businesses will wear gloves and masks when handing out prepackaged candy. It will be one-way walking traffic through the district with the streets blocked off to vehicle traffic. Any questions? Contact the Aggieville Business Association at info@aggieville.org

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  3. Downtown Art and Architectural Scavenger Hunt

    October 25, 2020, 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM @ Downtown Manhattan

    ake a walk downtown between the Manhattan Public Library and the Blue Earth Plaza to find the features in our Downtown Manhattan Art and Architecture Scavenger Hunt. We have taken photos of some old and new unique aspects of our beautiful downtown community. Notice the details and different features of each building. What's old, what's new? Stop by the library atrium to pick up the scavenger hunt or download one using the link below. Write the address (or approximate location) under the corresponding photo. Fill it out and bring it back into the library for a small prize. As a fun addition, take a selfie in front of your favorite feature and post it! Tag us on social media! Download the scavenger hunt brochure at https://bit.ly/3beUqUR.

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  4. STEM Spooktacular

    October 25, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Virtual - Zoom link will be sent after registration

    This family-friendly event will include creating a delicious mocktail with a surprising fizzy element. Then we will dive right into some spooky STEM! Families will be creating a “Matter Monster” and a “Glove Ghost” as we explore the difference between an exothermic and endothermic reaction. These experiments can get a little messy, so be sure to cover your work surface for the event! Registration price of $75 includes an experiment kit for ONE person to complete a Matter Monster and Ghost Glove, a special spooky drink, and a live Zoom step-by-step experiment with Dr. Evan Esquire from Science Explorers and Sunflower CASA. One-third of the registration is for the experiment kit, and the rest is a tax-deductible donation to Sunflower CASA. Additional Matter Monster kits can be purchased for an additional $25. Please order all kits when registering to ensure you will have what you need for the event.

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  5. Open Trail Days at Prairiewood

    October 25, 2020, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Welcome Fall with continued weekly open trail days at Prairiewood, every Sunday 3pm-Dusk. Check in and grab a trail map at the Blue Sage Gallery, part of our Blue Sage Barn at 1484 Wildcat Creek Rd. Be sure to bring water and good walking shoes. Please leave pets at home.

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  6. Pioneer Women Yoga with F. Fang

    October 25, 2020, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

    Refreshing, all-levels yoga led by Jessa Voos of Chapter Five Yoga, followed by a guest speaker from our regional community who's making a difference. This month's speaker is F. Fang — a local business owner and activist running for Riley County Commission, District 2. She takes immense pride in calling the Little Apple home and in her ability to make a killer corn salsa. Our featured non-profit is Manhattan Alliance for Peace & Justice, which we encourage you to donate to online: https://donorbox.org/mapj To practice safe social distancing, we are setting a participant limit of 20. YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT TO ATTEND. (it's free, but please only register if you plan to come!) Remember to bring your own yoga mat and mask. Please do wear a mask when you are not on your yoga mat, and give generous space (at least 6 ft) to others around you.

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  7. Paws on the Patio

    October 28, 2020, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ AJ'S NY Pizzeria

    Join us at AJ's Pizzeria for our first Paws on the Patio 2020 AJ's Pizzeria has graciously offered their space for us to hang out with our adoptable dogs in another venue for you to meet your new furry best friend!! They also donate a percentage of their sales to our organization, so come have some great food and drinks while you meet our dogs every Wednesday from 6-9 pm. We will not be there if it is raining or bad weather.

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  8. Bewitching in Westloop

    October 30, 2020, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    Westloop is ready for a Bewitching Halloween! Pick up your bag of treats in front of Bellus Academy. We've stuffed them full of candy and promotions from Manhattan businesses! There are two easy ways to enter our virtual costume contest ? Either post your costumes on this event page or email your photos to BewitchingWestloop@gmail.com for a chance to win some of these great prizes!: ?? A bicycle from New Century Bank (we're giving away 2!) From all of us in Westloop/Manhattan's Westside, have a safe and fa-boo-lous Halloween! ??

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  9. Kids Studio: Trunk or Treat

    October 30, 2020, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Midwest Dream Car Collection

    Join us for a family friendly night of candy, crafts and Halloween fun! Free admission for anyone dressed in costume.

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  10. Final Friday Slow Bike-Walk #BikeWalkMHK

    October 30, 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Aggieville

    The #BikeWalkMHK community will meet up at The Public Hall starting at 6:00pm for the Books + Bikes event. The Books + Bikes event invites members of the community to converse and imagine what is required to grow a bike-walk culture in MHK. This is an informal meet and greet event. No reading is required to participate. At 7:30, a walking group will start off on a walking route through Aggievillle, City Park, and surrounding neighborhoods. Cyclists will convene along Moro Street and ride a 1-mile Loop moving south towards 4th street, Right on Poyntz, and around City Park into Aggieville. Following the ride, we will meet informally over pizza to identify key issues facing the #BikeWalkMHK community in Manhattan and hear about progress made on bicycle-walk campaigns. The point of this ride is to increase the visibility of cycling and walking as a mode of active transportation, healthy living, and recreation - so we'll be riding at a pace that is comfortable for all! All ages welcome!

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  11. Trick or Treating at Farmers Market

    October 31, 2020, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Downtown Farmers Market of Manhattan

    Get dressed up and come visit local farmers, bakers & crafters for some extra treats this week!

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