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Monday, February 17

"Kids Camp"

Kid's Camp is open to all youth in Morton County and todays focus will be on Art. For details please call the Morton County Extension office 697-2558

BSU Black History Month Keynote Lecture

The K-State Black Student Union is excited to bring Kevin Richardson to the campus of Kansas State University as this year's Black History Month Speaker....

Office Closed

Midway District Offices will be closed on Monday, February 17th in observance of President’s Day. Offices will be open the remainder of the week.

 
On The Bottom; Archival Inkjet Print; 2019

The Kansas State University Department of Art presents Darren Lee Miller installation "Darren Lee Miller, Reflections" starting Monday, February 10 in the...

Presidents Day

The Twin Creeks District Decatur, Sheridan and Graham County offices will be closed in celebration of Presidents Day. These offices will reopen on Tuesday,...

Closed Captions in Mediasite webinar

Learn about the benefits of closed captions and how you can implement them in your Mediasite presentations during the 10 a.m. webinar Feb. 17. The webinar...

Noontime Yoga

K-State Noontime Yoga, a free volunteer-based program that provides an outlet for students, staff, faculty, and community members. Come practice yoga...

The Library and Your Research: Getting a Head Start on Using the ETDR Writing Template

The Library and Your Research is a free workshop series co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Council that helps graduate students enhance and professionalize...

Geometry & Physics Seminar

Dave Auckly, Kansas State University Title: Quantum Harmonic Oscillator. Abstract; We will see how representation theory allows one to compute energy...

Division of Biology Seminar - Samuel Brown

Dr. Brown, associate professor, School of Biological Sciences, Georgia Tech, will present his research titled "Evolution-proof drugs: conditional treatment...

Growing Fruit at Home

Nancy Chapman, Johnson County Extension Master Gardener Have you considered adding edible plantings at home? There are options for every size landscape...

Monday, February 17