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Events

  1. Bring a Date to the Zoo

    February 1, 2020 - February 29, 2020 @ Sunset Zoological Park

    Enjoy the Zoo this winter with limited hours. Bring a date to the zoo this February - buy one adult admission and get one free!

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  2. Planning + Pints

    February 5, 2020, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Tall Grass Tap House (Firkin Room)-320 Poyntz Avenue

    A monthly conversation about important things facing Manhattan, its neighborhood and the built environment.

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Meetings

  1. Arts and Humanities Advisory Board Meeting

    February 5, 2020, 11:45 AM @ Parks and Recreation Conference Room

    The purpose of the Arts and Humanities Advisory Board is to promote and support arts and humanities in the City of Manhattan, as follows: To annually review the Capital Improvement Program (“CIP”) to make recommendations to incorporate arts and humanities elements into the CIP projects, as the advisory board deems appropriate. To provide an annual report and plan to the City Commission on arts and humanities opportunities in the City, to include recommended activities, programs, projects, and collaborations. To research and recommend fundraising and grant opportunities. To assist with developing City guidelines related to the selection and placement of public art and other displays, performances, exhibitions and similar arts and humanities activities. To make reports and recommendations to the governing body on all matters referred to it by the governing body.

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  2. Flint Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting

    February 5, 2020, 1:00 PM @ City Hall, City Commission Room

    The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was established by the Policy Board to advise and make recommendations to the Policy Board. It is comprised of planning and public works staff from the the Cities of Manhattan, Junction City, and Wamego; Riley, Pottawatomie, and Geary Counties, as well as, representation from Fort Riley, Kansas State University, the Flint Hills Regional Council, the City of Ogden, the City of Grandview Plaza, Kansas Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, Flint Hills aTa, and the Manhattan Bicycle Advisory Committee.

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  3. Partner City Advisory Committee Meeting

    February 5, 2020, 4:00 PM @ City Hall, Harmon Meeting Room

    The purpose of the committee is to recommend to the City Commission the policies and objectives for the overall partner cities program; make recommendations to the City Commission regarding the selection of partner cities; plan, develop, promote, and coordinate partner city activities, including, but not limited to, visits of individuals and exchanges of delegations, educational and informational exchanges and events with partner city communities, their nations and their cultures; develop goals and work plans regarding activities of the committee; review proposals from individual associations or other institutions for joint programs and assist in effective coordination of such activities; and when applicable, conduct fundraising for partner city activities and programs.

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  4. Social Services Advisory Board Meeting

    February 5, 2020, 6:30 PM @ City Commission Room, City Hall

    The purpose of the Social Services Advisory Board is to establish and recommend a framework, which the City government may use to determine guidelines for providing funds to social services agencies, which serve the City and the amounts to be allocated to each of these agencies. The Social Services Advisory Board evaluates the social service needs of the City, evaluates what role the City should play in funding those needs, establishes guidelines for determining whether or not a particular activity is a social service in order to determine if City funds should be used to fund the activity, makes written reports to the governing body as requested, and provides on-going review of all social services funded by the City to determine the effectiveness, quality of service, ongoing needs and other matters the board deems appropriate.

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