Topeka’s Original Oktoberfest

Posted on September 30, 2017

TOPEKA’S ORIGINAL OKTOBERFEST in Fairlawn Plaza, Saturday, October 7, 2017, 10 am – 8 pm

Watch this page for details — coming SOON!

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Girls’ Night Out

Posted on September 7, 2017

Please join us to celebrate what’s fresh and fun for Fall at our semi-annual Girls’ Night Out at Fairlawn Plaza on Thursday, September 14th from 5:00 – 7:30 pm!

Wonderful music, yummy treats to eat and drink, fashion shows, special guests, sales and specials…. AND we’re so pleased to partner with RONALD McDONALD HOUSE for this event! 90% of  the guests at our local RMH have a little baby in intensive care —  we invite our guests…

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Topeka Gives!

Posted on July 17, 2017

Every June since 2013, the Topeka Community Foundation has pulled together the a huge community event: TOPEKA GIVES. Fairlawn Plaza is so glad to host this gathering: in June, 168 of Topeka’s favorite non-profits set up shop inside our Mall for a marathon 12 hour meet-and-greet. It’s always a wonderful day: the Mall is buzzing with neighbors meeting neighbors and folks discovering new local organizations. It’s an amazing thing to see so many people support our community’s non-profits during Topeka…

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Meet Jane.

Posted on July 11, 2017

We sure meet a lot of nice folks in Fairlawn Plaza. They shop here, and they work here.  We’re lucky that way.

Do you know Jane?  She’s not just nice … she’s super-nice. Incredibly nice. She smiles ALL.THE.TIME. and she means it. You can tell– she has twinkly eyes.

You can also tell she loves what she does.  When she’s not out on the floor at Red Door Home Store fluffing the flowers, she’s in her tiny “office” in the…

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The Dictionary Project

Posted on July 11, 2017

Well, that was fun!

Randy Austin, the Managing Member of Fairlawn Plaza, made a very special delivery recently to Mrs. Theresa Lein’s third-grade class at St. Matthews School here in Topeka: each kid in the class received a free dictionary to take home, courtesy of Fairlawn Plaza and a wonderful nation-wide organization called The Dictionary Project. Over 26.5 million dictionaries have been distributed to third-graders across the country since 1995 as a way to encourage reading and writing skills — and…

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