This website is FOR SALE

by on April 22, 2013

website4saleIf you have passion for Topeka and all the great things that happen in our community this website could be yours.  With my new career opportunities I haven’t had the time necessary to keep adding to Topekaism.com.

If you are interested in expanding Topekaism and adding your own flavor and flair, please email me.  I’d love to help you customize the site with your personal or business information and give you all the training you need to keep this site current with all the great community events going on in Topeka.

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The Great Golf Ball Drop

  As part of the 26th Annual Bob Cutler Golf Tournament  at Lake Perry this Friday the Sunrise Optimist Club will be dropping their balls!  http://www.sunriseoptimist.org/pdfs/GreatGolfBallDrop-2012.pdf If you’d like to toss your balls into the action you should call Victor  Harris at 786-554-5771.  He is a member of the Sunrise Optimist Club and will be happy [...]

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Topeka Paranatural Conference

Are you a fan of  haunted places in Topeka?  Have you always wanted to know more about how to catch a ghost or how to recognize a paranormal experience?  Then you won’t want to miss the first Topeka Paranatural Conference to be held at the Moose Lodge, (which boasts at least one haunting of it’s own) 1901 N. [...]

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St. Patrick’s Day 2012, Topeka KS Style

On most any day of the year, Topeka is filled with a rich  diversity of people of different heritages.   March 17 is one exception. On St. Patrick’s Day, everyone is Irish. Many begin their day at Blarney Breakfast.   A longstanding tradition, Blarney Breakfast is the annual fundraiser for the Capper Foundation Easter Seals. For more information or to [...]

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Area Third-Graders take the Stage at TPAC

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Every year hundreds of Northeast Kansas third-graders come to the beautiful Topeka Performing Arts Center to attend The Sheffel Theater Clinic.   The Sheffel Clinic was founded in 1995  with the help of local theater philanthropist Irv Sheffel. During six, 30-minute workshops students get to experience all aspects of theater, both back stage and on stage. [...]

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