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Local Resources

Area Calendars

Dorothy Bramlage Public Library

Offers a monthly calendar of book clubs, community classes and other free cultural events for the greater Junction City area.

1st. Infantry Division and Fort Riley Calendar

Features links to event listings for Fort Riley soldiers and their families

Flint Hills Discovery Center

Programs for adults and youth, special exhibits, lectures, and other events to inspire visitors to experience the Flint Hills

K-State sports schedule

Lists all sports events by K-State athletics.

Manhattan Arts Center (MAC)

A not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the development of the arts in the Manhattan area which offers a wide range of performing and visual arts activities.

Junction City Arts

Offers a monthly calendar including free Tuesday musical jam sessions, First Friday art shows, live community theater, and performances in the C.L. Hoover Opera House.

Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau

Features a monthly calendar of cultural, sports, and leisure activities on campus, in town, and in the surrounding area.

Manhattan Parks and Recreation

Offers a wide array of recreational, cultural, and leisure events and facilities. Students, soldiers, and citizens from other locales are all welcome.

Manhattan Public Library

Offers a monthly calendar of free films, book discussions, and other community learning events for the greater Manhattan area.

Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR)

Ft. Riley-scheduled recreational events. K-State community members are also welcome to join some events; consult the calendar for availability.

Sunset Zoological Park

Bringing conservation to life in Manhattan and northeast Kansas by keeping you up to date with the many opportunities offered at Sunset Zoo for year-round fun.

UFM Community Learning Center

A community-based learning program that brings residents of the Manhattan/Ft. Riley area together in informal, noncredit classes ranging from aikido to Indian cooking.

Union Program Council (UPC)

Provides entertainment to the wider K-State community, including After Hours, a substance-free entertainment option on Fridays in the K-State Student Union.