Local Services in Junction City

$22 for Print Package of One Pose at Worth A 1000 Words Studio ($55.80 Value)

Worth A 1000 Words Studio

Southwest Topeka

Professional photography studio transfers a precious pose to a selection of print sheets to be framed, displayed, and shared with family

$55.80 $22

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$25 for $50 Worth of Framing at Framewoods of Topeka

Framewoods of Topeka

Brookwood

Shop with 25 years of experience provides clients with custom frames with paintings, photos, mirrors, and posters

$50 $25

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One-Hour In-Studio Photo Shoot for Up to 15 with Three or Six Images on CD at Billye's Portrait Studio (69% Off)

Billye's Portrait Studio

West Southwest 2

Both options are one-hour studio time for up to 15 people

$100 $31

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Event-Space, Conference-Room, Suite, or Virtual-Office Rental at College Park Office Suites (Up to 51% Off)

College Park Office Suites

Topeka

Four blocks from Washburn University, College Park Office Suites hosts rental office spaces and event halls for local organizations

$175 $85

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Custom Screen-Printing Services from Riverside Marketing (Up to 61% Off). Four Options Available.

Riverside Marketing

Multiple Locations

More than 1,000,000 items can be customized with screen-printing services, including digital banners, t-shirts, and full color signs

$145 $57

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5 Hours of Event-Planning Services from Start to Finish Celebrations & It's My Dress (45% Off)

Start To Finish Celebrations

Holton

From the merchant: We will help you develop a basic plan for your wedding, considering the budget, venue, catering, music, and photos

$999 $549

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$99 for a One-Hour In-Studio or On-Location Photo Shoot with Images and Print from Sovanski Photography ($200 Value)

Sovanski Photography

Southwest Topeka

On-location or in-studio photo shoot packages include one 8”x10” print and three digital images

$200 $99

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iPhone, iPad, and iPod Screen Repair or Liquid Damage Recovery at iCafe (Up to $100 Off). Seven Options Available.

iCafe

Lawrence

Techs patch up cracked screens on Apple products and repair water damaged devices

$180 $80

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Haircut Package with Optional Color or Partial or Full Highlights at Sidney's Hairdressing College (Up to 50% Off)

Sidney's Hairdressing College

Hutchinson

Instructor-supervised student cleanses hair, then snips strands, adds optional highlights or all-over color, and styles coif

$15 $8

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Reflections Photography has captured images of comely Kansans for more than 17 years in its downtown Manhattan studio. Their heirloom children's photo session imbues photographs of today's kids with an air of nostalgia and the feeling of time gone by. In specially themed sittings, babies sport baseball uniforms on dugout benches, girls tiptoe about in ballerina outfits, and angelic youths don flowing robes and feathery wings, adding authenticity to assertions that they did not put marker on the family cat. Other theme options include cowboys and pettiskirts, little rascals, winter wonderland, and more. Sessions will last about 30–45 minutes and result in a 5"x7" photographic keepsake that may be displayed proudly on mantels and over computer monitors. Reflections Photography offers upgradeable packages and additional prints can be purchased in a variety of sizes, starting at $49. Multiple children may participate for no additional fee, creating doubly valuable two-for-one memories.

426 Houston St
Manhattan,
KS
US

Beds for Less's friendly staff purveys quality national mattress brands and educates shoppers inside three expansive showrooms. Visitors browse an assortment of Tempur-Pedic mattresses, such as the multicushioned Tempur-Cloud Supreme ($2,099+) and the pressure-relieving RhapsodyBed ($2,499+). Classic innersprings include Kingston’s Signature Series ($299+). The Canberra Pillow Top ($249.99+) boasts sag-free firmness so that sleeping next to a lead cannon ball is finally possible. Beds for Less can deliver purchases to most of the Wichita metro area for an additional cost.

519 Fort Riley Blvd
Manhattan,
KS
US

At Sylvan Learning Center’s award-winning network of more than 900 locations, state-certified and Sylvan-trained teachers steer pupils with a personalized tutoring approach through such fraught study areas as reading, math, and SAT prep. Staffers first run through a series of tests, diagnostic tools, and personal interviews to discern students’ strengths and uncover their blind spots, such as the persisting belief that racecar is spelled the same backwards and upside-down. Each month, Sylvan confers with parents and provides a comprehensive look into their student's progress. In ensuing tutoring sessions, one-on-one teachers bolster focus and encourage risks conducive to learning, vanquishing budding scholars’ confusion with personalized learning plans.

3208 Kimball Ave. Candlewood Ctr.
Manhattan,
KS
US

The gas purveyors of Propane Central empower grills across Kansas. Hopeful barbecuers bring their depleted vessels to one of four offices to receive a 20-pound barbecue-propane-cylinder recharge so that they may continue charring steaks or roasting incriminating laptops full of fan fiction about C-SPAN commentators. The office is open for immediate transfusions from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday–Friday.

1710 E 6th St
Concordia,
KS
US

The YWCA is the largest women's multicultural organization in existence, encompassing some 125 million members in over 100 countries. The membership represents a diversity of culture and lifestyle that assembles in 300 local associations, including the YWCA of Topeka. The Topeka chapter, first instituted in 1887, lives out the YWCA mission of empowering women with locally focused programs and outreach initiatives ranging from fitness and wellness to youth services such as Girls on the Run of Topeka. A local council of Girls on the Run International, the Topeka organization often partners with the YWCA, using running to encourage girls in grades 3-8 to live lives of confidence, health, and togetherness.

225 SW 12th St.
Topeka,
KS
US

A beaming, tutu-clad youngster poses by a large number 2, commemorating her new age. A couple, nearly newlywed, strolls through a sepia-tinged park holding hands. A brindled puppy with floppy ears capers across a red wooden wagon. These are just a few of the shots that the photographers at Worth A 1000 Words Studio have captured during their tenure at the memory emporium. Both in-studio and on-location shoots cover the gamut of photogenic opportunities, from senior portraits to weddings to adorable pictures of babies disguised as bunnies or even smaller babies.

1801 SW Wanamaker Rd
Topeka,
KS
US