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  1. 75th annual Kiwanis Pancake Day

    March 25, 2023, 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    Anderson Building, 2700 W Highway50, Emporia, KS, 66801, United States

    The Emporia Kiwanis Club will host their 75th annual pancake day at the Lyon County Fairgrounds Anderson Building.

  2. A Night of Roaring 20's Film and Music Fundraiser for NCFF & LCHC

    March 25, 2023, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Lyon County History Center, 711 Commercial Street, Emporia, KS, 66801

    We’re turning the 3rd floor of the History Center into the rip-roaringest juice joint in town! This event is just for one night, but it’s for 2 great causes: all funds raised via ticket sales and donations will go toward the continued community efforts of Lyon County History Center and No Coast Film Fest.We’re bringing you a Night of Roaring 1920s Film & Music featuring live jazz, dancing, custom cocktails, the classic 1927 silent film ‘Chicago,’ and a costume contest with prizes like a night at the gorgeous Gufler Mansion Bed & Breakfast!Tickets are just $10 at the door.

  3. Hip2BHuey & Mystify: A Tribute to INXS

    March 25, 2023, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Emporia Granada Theatre, 807 Commercial St, Emporia, KS, 66801, United States

    HIP 2B HUEY was formed in Kansas City, USA to pay tribute to Huey Lewis and the News. Members of the band have decades of musical experience to draw from for this endeavor. Each of these talented, professional musicians deliver 100 percent at each and every show to ensure that audiences feel transported and uplifted. HIP 2B HUEY transports audiences to the ’80s and ’90s, when Huey Lewis songs were at the top of the charts. The band had three #1 hits and twelve Top 10 hit singles. This high-energy show is a crowd-pleaser for all ages. Each exciting show features beloved HUEY hits such as: Back in Time, Do You Believe In Love, Heart of Rock & Roll, Hip to be Square, The Power of Love, and many more.   MYSTIFY was formed in Kansas City, USA to pay tribute to the incredibly exciting and entertaining live show of INXS. Using the sold-out Wembley 1991 concert as the gold standard, MYSTIFY has embraced every detail in order to honor the band’s beloved music and iconic performance style. Every MYSTIFY show promises to transport new and old fans alike back to the heyday of INXS – we’ll give you what you need. From the soul-filled sax that helped define the distinctive INXS sound, to the vocal stylings and confident swagger of Michael Hutchence, to the deft musicianship of and chemistry of the band members, MYSTIFY captures the essence of what made INXS live shows so memorable. You can expect an energetic, rocking, fun-filled tribute to one of the greatest bands of the 80’s and 90’s — the legendary INXS. We have a 100% No refund policy; Ticket Purchases are non-refundable, and all sales are final.   GET YOUR TICKETS

  4. ESU Theatre presents How I Learned to Drive

    March 25, 2023, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    Ronald Q. Frederickson Black Box Theatre in Roosevelt Hall on ESU Campus, 14 E 12th Ave, Emporia, 66801

    Synopsis: The play is a story about hope, resilience, struggle and survival shown through the lens of a disturbing relationship between a young girl and an older man. The story by Paula Vogel is told through memories of the now-adult characters. How I Learned to Drive was the winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, which is awarded to a distinguished play by an American playwright, preferably original in its source and dealing with American life. Content Disclaimer: This show is for mature audiences only and contains themes of sexual abuse, incest, and pedophilia. Audiences may remain after Thursday and Saturday performances for a brief facilitated talkback. Additionally, the public is invited to an open dialogue about the play and on “Staging Trauma: Practices for the 21st Century” on Monday March 20 from 4-5 pm in the Frederickson Black Box Theatre – no reservation required. Patrons may call the box office at (620) 341-5256 between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm on weekdays with any questions or email

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