Wondering about how to get your organization's information to our students/parents?
- USD 383 has created this community events page where we will list opportunities available for kids and families in the Manhattan and Ogden area. Events must be directly related to Kindergarten - grade 12 students and families.
On Wednesdays of each week, we will send an email out to all email addresses we have on file through our website e-notification system with a link to that page so parents can view the opportunities. We will only send this email out one time a week. We will run the announcement for two weeks before removing it unless the announcement is about a specific event.
Please email a link to your organization's website and information and we will create the link from your information to our website. If the information is not available through a link electronically, email a copy of the flyer/poster in PDF format to Michele Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Tess Riecke at email@example.com by Tuesdays at 5pm. Once approved, it will be added to the list of opportunities. We will either link to the flyer/poster you provide or link to a website that you provide.
- We no longer accept paper flyers/posters for events for distribution through our schools. Please do not bring paper flyers/posters to our schools. If flyers are brought to the school, they will be recycled.
- No emails will be sent during the weeks of November 19, December 17, December 24, December 31, March 11. No emails will be sent out during the summer months. The first email for the 2018-2019 school year will be sent on August 22 and the final email for the school year will be sent on May 15th.
- Check out the activities for May 1-11 at the Manhattan Public Library. For more events, visit
- Check out the baseball camps for students ages 6-14!
- Check out the summer camps held at K-State Polytechnic.
- Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are encouraged to attend the workshop on June 1 in Manhattan to gain knowledge on how the ACT functions.
- Head to Chipotle on May 28 from 5-9 p.m. to support National History Day Qualifiers going to Washington D.C.
- This summer, teens in grades 7-12 can learn how to play various board games that help improve literacy.
- Check out all the fun activities Mission Creek has to offer for students.
- To sign up students K-5, head over to the parks and rec website. Search for Little Volley.
- For older students, grades 7-12, fill out the registration form and return it to Annie Cook.
- For students interested in learning how to fish, check out the Fishing Clinic! Participant must go to both sessions on May 31 and June 1.
- Check out the summer programming for ages 5-17 at The First Tee.
- Flint Hills Children's Choir auditions will be on May 20 in Kirmser Hall. Sign-ups and more information can be found online.
- Open to ages 6-18. For more information about the camp, head to the website.
Youth Learn to Row Summer Camps
For grades 8-12 on June 17-29 Mon thru Fri and July 8-20 Mon thru Fri. More info at www.manhattanjuniorcrew.org/join
- The camp is open to students grades 4-12 and will cover a variety of interactive topics. Registration is now open.
- Ages 7-14 are welcome to sign up to teach and encourage kids about mountain biking.
- Kansas State Women’s Tennis is hosting a Wilson Camp on campus June 10-14 for boys and girls age 7-18.
- Students will experience various aspects of Chinese culture through crafts, games, arts, and language classes. Sign up online.
- Bellus Academy is holding a beauty camp for students age 14-18 on July 15-17.
- A fun day camp on June 8 focused on students who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
- Check out the basketball camp for grades 1-8 held June 24-June 27.
- There are various pathways students ages 13 and older can concentrate in based on interests.
- The Ambassador Day Camp on July 11-12 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. will include a petting zoo, STEM projects, water activities, and more. Lunch is provided both days.
- Build your own World contest is open to youth and adults. Creations will be on display at the Riley County Fair.
- Check out the summer camp schedule for all ages. Join White Memorial for Family Camp, Prairie Run Cross Country Camp, or for one of the other exciting WMC youth opportunities!
- Students ages 11-13 will learn child care essentials, CPR, and babysitting safety. Two classes are available, May 29 and July 31 both from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Check out the summer programs for K-6 through the Boys and Girls Club!
- If you're interested in volunteering as a coach/mentor for the First Lego League teams, contact AppleBots37582@gmail.com
- Students will learn various skills through learning how to play piano!
- Check out the opportunities for all ages!
- A great event for students interested in trying Triathlons. Event is August 10.
Join Manhattan Track Club! Open to youth, ages 5-18. Current middle and high school track and field athletes are eligible to join at the end of their season. Visit us online: www.manhattantrackclub.com
- Join the K-State Football team for the youth football camp on June 23. The camp is open to grades 1-8.
- Engineering a Dream is a day camp held on the K-State campus in the Engineering Complex to inspire middle school students to pursue a future in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Check out the awesome opportunities during this spring at the Beach!