Promote Your Organization at the Neighborhood Fair

Register now for this day of local history and heritage

The first-ever Neighborhood Fair is quickly approaching, and neighborhood associations, improvement associations and other community organizations will be there. Will you?

Old Downtown Topeka

900 block of Kansas Ave. looking north, between 1960-69

Reserve a display table for your organization (free)

May 10  |  10am–3pm  |  Marvin Auditorium and Rotunda

The Neighborhood Fair is a part of the Preserve Topeka project sponsored by the library, Kansas Historical Society and Topeka Landmarks Commission.

This is also your chance to present for 30 minutes on topics like volunteer activities, home improvement or the history and heritage of Topeka. It is the perfect way to interest citizens in your organization’s activities and services.

RSVP for tables and programs by April 25. Register below. If you have questions, please call 785-580-4510.

Look for historical and preservation-related events throughout 2014 as part of the Preserve Topeka project, which honors the 160th anniversary of Topeka’s founding. See upcoming editions of Library News.

Topeka Neighborhood Fair 2014

Register here for the Preserve Topeka Neighborhood Fair May 10 from 10am-3pm at the library. Registration ensures your free table is saved. Limited availability for six 30-minute presentations. RSVP by April 1. For more information, call 785-580-4510.
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Michelle Stottlemire

Michelle is a fifth-generation Kansan who has a passion for history, radical home-making and science fiction. When not on one of TSCPL's bookmobiles she can be found educating students at surrounding schools with dynamic programming.