My name is Kim Schultz, editor of The Topeka Newsletter and owner of EverythingTopeka.com.
Welcome to EverythingTopeka.com!
Updating this part. In 2019 I retired the Topeka Community Calendar and put the The Newsletter on hold to redesign my website. Then 2020 happened so I used my time to help other small businesses survive. Our family was no so lucky. We lost both of our restaurant to the pandemic. Now we are rebuilding a restaurant and I am switching my focus to help promote all the eateries and drinking estamplishments in Topekea. We hope to be back up and running this Fall, 2023!
A few years ago, I saw a need for a resource that could be the definitive guide to what is happening in Topeka. Soon after, The Topeka Newsletter was born. My goal was to help everyone discover Topeka's culture, restaurants, shopping - the who, where, what and how of our great city.
In 2015, I decided it was time to take The Topeka Newsletter to the next level and create a new destination website to become the ultimate authority for what's happening in Topeka. The Topeka Newsletter will continue to be our center piece, but we'll be including a lot more community information as our new vision takes root.
Would you like to add your business or organization to our listings (it's FREE!)?
Stay tuned! We're just getting started...
Downtown is Home
My family is the proud owner of Field of Greens, The Break Room (Closed Permanently in 2020) and the Tinkham Veale building in Downtown Topeka. We love being downtown. My company is called Creatively Bold Enterprises. We do accounting, small business developement, bus trips, podcasts, speaking engagements, and now, promoting restaurants, bars, and other businesses that provide you a delicious and apetizing experience. t and other small businesses and a substitute teacher for Topeka Public Schools. I also work with many nonprofits and serve on committees for quite a few local events.
Any news or event in Topeka that is open to the public can be added to EverythingTopeka.com and The Topeka Newsletter for FREE! All you have to do is email your events to us (click here). Non-profits, schools, churches, locally owned businesses and individuals can participate. You can also send me information about new locally-owned businesses.
I want to help anyone with a small or no budget business or event to advertise, too.
Thanks for visiting,
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