The Courtyard is a fine art gallery featuring Kansas Artists. Mediums such as wood carving, paintings, jewelry, glass, weaving, and prints are on display by many artists. It is located in a small town known for the arts. In the center of our building is the Courtyard Bakery featuring Swedish baked goods made daily.
Fourth-degree black belts Jeremiah and D.C. Hackerott lead a crew of certified instructors that teach fledgling martial artists how to chop, kick, and uphold their code of honor. Women learn to grab threatening situations by the scruff of the neck during the Sexual Harassment Assault Rape Prevention—or S.H.A.R.P.—self-defense workshop. In addition to safety tips for avoiding dangerous situations, this two-hour tactics seminar discusses how attackers choose their victims, how the body reacts during stressful situations, and how to build a defensive weapon out of hand sanitizer and a scrunchie. When these concepts have been covered, femme fatales learn to recognize the five most common attacks and how to defend against them.
Manhattan's favorite fruit markets! In spring, we're a top quality garden center with unbelievable selection of annuals, perennials, Proven Winners plants, herbs, KSU recommended vegetable plants, and beautiful hanging baskets. In summer we're a fruit stand, and by November we transform into a Christmas store!
People's Grocery Cooperative encourages a sustainable community by focusing on public participation, organic edibles, and competitive prices. Punch yourself in the stomach with produce by stocking up on fruitstuffs such as organic bananas ($0.85/pound) or Uncle Matt's orange juice ($7.35), or pick up Giovanni Roma gnocchi for a boil-ready banquet of miniature pasta pillows ($3.99). Carnivore imposters can feed their hungry freezers with Bossie's Best Organic Beef ($5.50/pound) and Local Burger Veggie Burgers ($3.50/two-pack). The local co-op also lets shoppers grind their own peanut butter ($3.85/pound) and almond butter ($6.09/pound), or pick up fresh and ready-to-eat meals from the grocer's Green Leaf Deli. The deli menu includes the Flying Monkey, a smoothie made of soy milk, bananas, honey, cocoa, and coffee beans ($5.25), and the creamy carrot-ginger soup, which highlights the carotene-rich root vegetable with a splash of ginger ($2.50/cup, $3.75/bowl). The grocery also sells snacks, including bulk granola ($3.99/pound), dairy products, such as Kings Choice Smoked Gouda ($3.89), Wheatfield Bakery Bread products in assorted varieties ($3.85–$6.50), herbs and spices, and more.