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Composting 101 - 204202

Now that the garden is harvested, what should I do? Learn how to prepare compost and indoor worm composting for the cold months ahead. All it takes is a bit of preparation, an occasional feeding, and a small amount of space, and spring could bring you great soil for planting. Let the worms do the work while they enjoy your veggie and fruit "throw aways"! One - 75 minute session.

Column #1 Activity Description Dates Times Meet Days Locations Ages Price Column #10
204202-1
Composting 101
05/03/2019 -05/03/2019
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
F
Nature Center
12-99
$5.00/$7.00

Advanced Bridge - Advanced Bridge

Join Dr. Gail for a Spring bridge class on conventions you need to know when you are bidding: Jacoby 2 and 3 No Trumps, Weak Twos and Strong Twos and 1430 Blackwood etc.

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Advanced Bridge-04 - Bidding Conventions
Bidding Conventions
10:00 am -12:00 pm
M
Community Center
18-99
$70.00/$77.00

Beginning Bridge - Beginning Bridge

Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and Martina Navratilova exercise their mental muscles by playing bridge. You can, too! During this eight week class, the basics of bidding will be discussed in the first hour and we will have fun playing the cards during the second hour. Our textbook, written by Audrey Grant, will be available from the instructor, Christie Thomas Collier, for $12.00 on the first evening of class. 8 - two hour classes

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Beginning Bridge-02
Bridge
08/28/2019 -10/16/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$80.00/$88.00

Beginning Bridge Workshops - Bridge Workshop

Discussion of various bridge topics and play example hands. Enroll in one session or all eight. Christie Thomas Collier, accredited bridge instructor, will lead the workshop sessions. One - 2 hour class

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Bridge Workshop-01
Plan the Play
06/05/2019 -06/05/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00
Bridge Workshop-02
Entries
06/12/2019 -06/12/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00
Bridge Workshop-03
Opening Leads
06/19/2019 -06/19/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00
Bridge Workshop-04
Stayman
06/26/2019 -06/26/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00
Bridge Workshop-05
Jacoby Transfer
07/10/2019 -07/10/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00
Bridge Workshop-06
Weak Two Bids
07/17/2019 -07/17/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00
Bridge Workshop-07
Defensive Signals
07/24/2019 -07/24/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00
Bridge Workshop-08
Scoring
07/31/2019 -07/31/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
W
Community Center
$10.00/$11.00

Drive 55 Bus Tours - Bus Tours

Arkansas Spring Splendor

April 24, 2019 - April 25, 2019
Registration Deadline: March 22

Tour Details:
• Peak time for Dogwood Trees to be in bloom!
• Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
• Dinner Feast & Tour at Castle Rogue's Manor in Eureka Springs AR
• Historic District Tram Tour of Eureka Springs
• Free-time for Shopping in Eureka Springs
• Simple Pleasures with Lunch
• 1-Night Hotel Accommodations in Eureka Springs
• 3 Meals - 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch & 1 Dinner
• Kincaid Tour Director
• Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation onboard Kincaid Coach

Departure Location: Leawood Justice Center: Leawood, KS (LJC)

$390 Per Person Double • $374 Per Person Triple/Quad • $442 Per Person Single

Travel Protection Plan: $25 Double/Triple/Quad • $34 Single



Pella Tulip Festival

May 2, 2019 - May 3, 2019
Registration Deadline: April 2

Tour Details:
• Pella Tulip Festival Grandstand
• Volks Parade
• Free-time in Pella for Shopping
• Historical Village
• Vermeer Windmill
• Scholte House
• Dutch Dinner Show at Central College
• 1-Night Hotel Accommodation
• 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, and 1 Dinner
• Kincaid Tour Director
• Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation onboard Kincaid Coach

Departure Location: Blue Valley Rec Center: Overland Park, KS (BVR)

$327 Per Person Double • $296 Per Person Triple/Quad • $414 Per Person Single

Travel Protection Plan: $25 Double/Triple/Quad • $34 Single

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Bus Tours-5
Arkansas Spring Splendor
04/24/2019 -04/25/2019
7:40 am - 6:00 pm
W, Th
Leawood Justice Cent
Add To Cart For Price/Add To Cart For Price
Bus Tours-6
Pella Tulip Festival
05/02/2019 -05/03/2019
6:45 am - 6:00 pm
Th, F
Blue Valley Rec
Add To Cart For Price/Add To Cart For Price

Financial Planning Seminars - Financial Planning

Audience: Parents and grandparents interested in saving for a child's college education expenses. Whether your children or grandchildren are learning to crawl or learning to drive, you can help make a college education a reality. We'll discuss questions to consider as you establish a college savings goal, strategies to help you reach your goal, and the features and benefits of 529 education savings plans.

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Financial Planning-01 - College: Getting There from Here
Financial Planning
04/16/2019 -04/16/2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tu
Community Center
18-99
$5.00/$10.00
Financial Planning-02 - Retirement by Design
Financial Planning
05/21/2019 -05/21/2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tu
Community Center
18-99
$5.00/$10.00

Community Garden - Garden

Temporary Community Garden – 2019 Regulations and Subscription Agreement

Thank you for your interest in the City of Leawood Temporary Community Garden. Interested parties are reminded that this is a pilot project in a temporary location. 2019 will be the last year the current site will be available for the temporary garden.

How to Apply:
• Please read the regulations carefully and apply online at www.leawood.org or sign and deliver the completed waiver form and payment to: City of Leawood, Attention: Community Gardens, 4800 Town Center Drive, Leawood, KS 66211 or bring it during business hours to the Parks and Recreation desk at
the same address.
• The annual subscriber fee is $25.00 per plot for Leawood residents and $40.00 per plot for non-residents.
• There are 32 - 4’ X 14’ plots available this year. Only one plot is allowed per household.
o Renewing subscribers can retain their existing plot by applying before March 22nd, 2019.
o Leawood residents will be given the first opportunity to fill any remaining open plots by applying between March 23rd and April 5th, 2019.
o Open plots remaining after the residency deadline will be filled on a first come basis.
• Subscribers will be notified by e-mail.

Regulations
• The Leawood Community Garden is an organic garden. The Subscriber agrees to use organic methods and products. Subscriber shall not use any genetically modified organisms, non-organic insecticides, fungicides and/or herbicides. Subscriber must follow all directions on product labels and carefully
apply the product so it does not impact other garden plots.
• All Garden plots must be kept free of weeds and trash during the rental term [April 1st, 2019 - November 30, 2019]. Grass and weeds around the edge of each garden plot and on paths surrounding the plots are the subscriber’s responsibility and must be cut or removed. Failure to maintain plots and
surrounding areas may result in cancellation of the agreement.
• Plots may not be assigned by a subscriber to another person or entity.
• Subscriber’s plants must be placed in the assigned plot and contained within the plot.
• Subscriber’s may use chicken wire, poultry fence, rabbit fencing or woven or mesh metal fencing around plants. Brightly colored fencing is not allowed.
• Subscriber’s may not plant the following:
- Any plant considered by the State of Kansas or City of Leawood to be a noxious, quarantined or invasive plant. See www.agriculture.ks.gov
- Corn or submerged or flooded crops
- Any plants over 4’ tall which could shade adjacent plots
- Invasive species including, but not limited to trumpet vine or English ivy
- Perennials, trees, or shrubs
• Subscriber shall not use carpets or cardboards as mulch and shall not use odorous/foul-smelling substances in the garden.
• Subscriber is responsible for watering their respective plots. Subscribers are also responsible for watering equipment provided by the city. Water may not be left running while unattended and will result in cancellation of the agreement. Hose must be returned to the spigot post when watering is
complete and water must be turned off at the spigot and pressure in the wand relieved.
• Subscribers are responsible for tending the plot and if the Subscriber cannot do so for a period of time [more than 2 weeks] then Subscriber must arrange to have someone else maintain the plot.
• Subscribers are not permitted to be in another plot without permission.
• Garden hours are from 7:00 am-7:00 pm, Monday-Friday and 8:00 am-7:00 pm, Saturdays and Sundays, with parking permitted by Old City Hall.
• Subscribers are responsible for bringing in the appropriate garden soil and preparing the plot for planting. The City will provide cedar edging, mulch, and water source.
• The City will build each plot frame and maintain those structures as needed. Broken or damaged plot frames should be reported to the Community Garden Coordinator at communitygarden@leawood.org for repair.
• Subscribers are responsible for spreading mulch in aisles between plots. The City will provide mulch as needed at the request of the Community Garden Coordinator.
• Subscriber must remove all plant material, plant support systems, and other garden paraphernalia from their respective plot by November 30, 2019. Cover crops such as annual rye grass, hairy vetch, red clover, buckwheat, and winter rye are acceptable.
• The City does not provide security for the garden. Incidents of vandalism or theft should be reported to the Leawood Police Department (913.642.5555) and to the Community Garden Coordinator at communitygarden@leawood.org.
• Subscribers must keep the garden area clean of litter, waste, and trash. Please be prepared to take any trash and/or garden refuse off site for disposal. The City does not provide waste removal or composting at this location.
• Cars may not be driven or parked in any of the grassy areas of the site.
• Subscribers must clean up any spills of garden materials in the parking lot.
• Pets are not allowed inside the garden perimeter.
• The garden plots are located in the City of Leawood, Kansas. All applicable laws must be followed. The City retains authority over the garden property and may terminate this arrangement at any time, without notice.  

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Garden-01
Garden Plot 1
04/01/2019 -11/30/2019
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
Community Garden
$25.00/$40.00
Garden-02
Garden Plot 2
04/01/2019 -11/30/2019
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
Community Garden
$25.00/$40.00
Garden-03
Garden Plot 3
04/01/2019 -11/30/2019
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
Community Garden
$25.00/$40.00
Garden-04
Garden Plot 4
04/01/2019 -11/30/2019
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
Community Garden
$25.00/$40.00
Garden-05
Garden Plot 5
04/01/2019 -11/30/2019
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
Community Garden
$25.00/$40.00

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