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    National Parks Service Oregon Trail - Pappan's Ferry Design Charette

    The National Park Service has identified the Pappan’s Ferry crossing on the Oregon Trail in Topeka as a significant site and will be sending their landscape architectural team to Topeka for the entire week of August 22 – 26 to provide historical interpretation through a design charrette. Find out ways to get involved here!

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     Topeka, America's Crossroads to Freedom

    We are proud of our past. We have a vision for the future. We are Topeka Proud! Celebrating our rich heritage, diversity, past, and future this video certainly leaves you feeling Topeka proud. View and share the video here

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    Shawnee County Parks + Recreation has a new master plan

    Heartland Visioning and Shawnee County Parks & Recreation partnered to communicate the new master plan with the public in community engagements this fall. Read more about the master plan and contact us if you would like a presentation done with your organization.   

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    Visioning endeavors through the perspective of a millennial new to Topeka

    Kristen Brunkow is our new Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator enjoying NOTO with her friends from Kansas City and Wichita. Learn more about Visioning endeavors through the perspective of a millennial new to Topeka. Enjoy reading her blog in Kristen's Corner and be sure to share your insights.

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    Jayhawk Theatre Making a Comeback

    Jayhawk Theatre for a comeback in the Topeka community. This 900 seat historic theatre and its many supporters are working hard to build a state of the art movie theatre. With new   renovations happening to downtown, the Jayhawk is sure to draw attention.

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    Community Helped Develop 2014-2016 Priorities 

    In 2013 Heartland Visioning held 21 community meetings all around Topeka and Shawnee County. Building off our massive community meetings five years earlier (read the 2008 strategic plan here) Heartland Visioning used the comments and feedback provided by citizens of Topeka and Shawnee County to help develop our 2014-2016 priorities.

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    Did you know development of NOTO came directly out of our Steering Committee?

    During the 2008 community meetings, our citizens expressed a desire for the development of an arts district. This idea was included in our 2008 Strategic Plan and our Steering Committee Volunteers formed NOTO, vibrant arts district in North Topeka. 

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    Heartland Visioning is comprised of volunteers.

    It is the dedication from our amazing volunteers that have brought success into projects such as NOTO and the coordination of the Downtown Redevelopment. They have also provided endless opportunities for collaboration with multiple community initiatives. See who serve on our Management Committee and Steering Committee.

News Updates

Heartland Visioning Looking for Administrative Assistant

Heartland Visioning is looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant responsible for managing the Heartland Visioning office and assisting the Executive Director and Director of Communications and Community Engagement with organizational activities, communications and event planning. If you know of someone who wants to make a difference in their community and fits the job description encourage them to apply! 

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TEDxTopekaWomen 2016 Call for Speakers

TOPEKA, Kan. – We’re excited to announce an open speaker call for TEDxTopekaWomen 2016. Anyone who is interested in applying should go to www.tedxtopekawomen.com and fill out an application.

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