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  • Kyrsten Ross
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    Junction City, KS
    Do you love baseball? If so, check out The Junction City Brigade baseball team at historic Rathert Stadium. Starting early June, the Brigade start their season in the Mid Plains League. Many players from colleges around the United States or those who just have the love for baseball come to play for our town. Enjoy sitting in the stands with a bag of peanuts or drink a cold one in the beer garden. Many food options with low prices! Be sure to bring the family out and enjoy some baseball; you may even see some fireworks on an occasional Friday night! Hope to see you there!
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    Junction City, KS
    Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day, has been celebrated each year since 1865. The celebration includes live entertainment, gospel music, vendors, crafters, inflatable amusements for the kids, games, educational displays, food and beverages and so much more! If you're looking for something to do in early June, be sure to keep your eyes and ears peeled for more information!
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    The Geary Community Hospital Farmers Market has a wide variety of fresh locally-produced fruits and vegetables, eggs and cheese, jams and jellies, coffee and more! New for 2016, check out the monthly cooking demonstrations presented by Geary County Extension on Thursdays from 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. through the summer months.
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    Jammin' in JC Blues & BBQ Festival is a great opportunity to get out in the public in mid September to try out some amazing BBQ and listen to some good ole' Blues music! BBQ'ers from all over the United States come to participate in showing off their BBQ'ing talents. If you're looking for something to do in mid September, be sure to come on down to Heritage Park!
  • Jennifer Craft
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    Flint Hills Community Orchestra is a wonderful opportunity for people of all ages and walks of life to come together and play string music. Anyone with previous or current string experience is welcome! Serving the Junction City, Manhattan and surrounding communities.
  • Shayla Deam
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    Junction City, KS
    Over 100 vintage planes flew into Freeman Field in Junction City this past weekend. This is the sixth year for the fly in and many stated that it was the best one yet! Pilots from all over the country flew in and parked their planes for display. The public was able to walk the tarmac and view the many planes. Some were even able to take a ride in the sky. If you were around town you could hear the skies rumbling with engines and even catch a glimpse of vintage aircraft. Look for next years 2017 Biplane Fly In around June.
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    Junction City, KS
    The 12th Street Community Garden is the first community garden in Junction City. What a great idea to teach our young people how to care for plants and grow food! It's located at the 12th Street Community Center. This garden was created through a partnership between the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program, the Class of 2015-2016 and the 12th Street Community Center. Check it out!
  • Shayla Deam
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    Junction City, KS
    We all love listening to the radio. Whether it be morning news on "The Talk of JC" 1420 AM or sports with your Kansas State Wildcats, St. Xavier Rams, and your Junction City Blue Jays. Eagle Communications services three stations: 1420 AM, 97.5 Power Hits and Q10 3.5. Each of the stations offer a variety of listening to delight all ages.

    First, 1420 AM radio covers national and local news. They have a daily birthday club. Just call in and you can put a friend or family member's birthday on the radio! They have two other shows that are local favorites: "Swap Shop" and "Your Town". Swap Shop allows people to call in and put things for sale on the radio. Your Town features local citizens providing information on events or organizations. Next, Power Hits 97.5 FM offers more of your modern top hits radio. Finally, Q103.5 FM focuses more on country music fans. Tune into any three of the stations and enjoy a great listening experience!
  • Shayla Deam
    RE/MAX Heritage
    The 12 Street Community Center is open to all members of the Junction City community. The hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. Saturday hours are 1:00-9:00 pm for the fitness center. On Sunday, the gym and fitness center are both open from 1:00-5:00 pm.

    The facility does rent out several spaces. This includes the kitchen, a multipurpose room, the gym, a computer lab or the the whole facility. Contact the Community Center for hourly rates and deposits at (785)238-7529.

    The 12 Street Community Center also offers a monthly calendar with several events. For the month of November, they're putting on a cheer clinic. They will also be holding a nutrition class to teach you simple solutions to help you and your family eat smart. Join the Azimuth Seekers and come experience the outdoors and enjoy the opportunity at a 90 acre farm. There you can learn about dependability, strength, adaptability, perseverance and purpose.
    For the month of December, they're offering Christmas story time and a Santa's helper workshop. Moving on into January they will be starting coed adult volleyball, as well as a safe sitter class that helps babysitters learn how to perform infant and child choking rescue and they even learn CPR. Some of the fitness programs that are offered at the community center include yoga, classes for mothers and toddlers looking for a full body workout, Zumba and Step It Up. They have the fitness center and workout video classes as well.

    Along with that monthly calendar they do have ongoing programs. There is a puzzle club which is a 55 and older club that meets 12:00-3:00 pm every Tuesday and the cost is free. Card Night is available for 55 and older every Thursday from 5:30-8:00 pm, which is free as well. Enjoy a walk for fitness program for any ages, Monday-Sunday during the times of the building operation. That cost is free as well. If you're looking to save money, they have a group called the Supersavers that meet weekly to make new friends, share deals and talk about their frugal Waze. If you're new to couponing or seasonal coupons, everyone is welcome on Tuesday from 9:00-10:00 am. To request more information please call the 12 Street Community Center at 785-238-7529, stop by their facilities at 1002 W. 12th Street in Junction City or visit the link below.
  • Shayla Deam
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    Junction City, KS
    This is one of my favorite walking trails in Junction City. The River Walk Trail was dedicated on June 6, 1998. It is 4.8 miles along the scenic Republican River with several rest stops along the way. It is right outside the Washington gate of Fort Riley.

    The River Walk Trail allows horseback riding, biking, pet walking, as well as walkers and runners. Every now and then on the River Walk Trail you will notice many Fort Riley soldiers backpacking to prepare for combat training. It's the perfect location for a Saturday stroll with your family. I hope you have an opportunity to enjoy this just as much as I have!
  • Shayla Deam
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    Junction City, KS
    Looking for the morning pick-me-up? This is a conveniently located, drive-thru coffee shop. The barista is super friendly and knows you by name and what you like! I've never been disappointed!
  • Shayla Deam
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    Junction City, KS
    Heritage Park is the center of Junction City's business district. This beautiful park is the host of several community events and weddings. Many memorials are here. Be sure to stop and take a stroll the next time you're traveling through or come to visit.
  • Shayla Deam
    RE/MAX Heritage
    I am so excited of the opportunities our community members are providing our youth. Travis Godfrey, current Cheer Coach with Central Christian College has brought competitive cheer to our youth in Junction City. He leads the competitive All-Star Cheerleading program at The Next Step Dance and Cheer Studio at 135 W. 9th Street. It is the start of sparkly uniforms, bows and the opportunity to travel across Kansas to compete for trophies! Next Step also offers dance classes including; jazz, contemporary, hip-hop, tap, pointe, and lyrical! Classes are offered for ages 18 months to 18 years, if you are interested in signing your kids up please call the studio at 785-238-3700 or stop by 135 W 9th Street.
  • Shayla Deam
    RE/MAX Heritage
    Are you a sports fanatic? Come to Junction City!!! Junction City Brigade, is a summer collegiate team that plays at the historic Rathert Stadium. You will be amazed by the most historic baseball stadium in the Midwest. The Stadium was given a face lift in 2002. It is now known as one of the finest ballparks in Kansas. The Brigades bring in about 25 college baseball players to play approximately 34 games over the summer. It's a wonderful outing for the whole family. It boasts covered stadium seating for your enjoyment. More into the social side of it? There is also a beer garden with patio seating. In the beer garden you can enjoy a beverage of your choice, as well as food from local restaurants. This is one family outing you will sure enjoy!!

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