RTK EVENTS

Discover upcoming events that you can attend and help to preserve Kansas.

Gentlemen's Night

DATE: Monday, November 28
PRICE: $100

LOCATION: Beacon Lounge and Observation Deck on top of The Kansas City Power and Light Building

Enjoy a gentlemen’s evening with appetizers, bourbon and cigars. Take in the sunset at 5:30 p.m., then enjoy the night skies of downtown Kansas City from the top of the Kansas City Power & Light building. Attendees will learn more about RTK and network with others. Includes entertainment and auction.

RTK GOLF TOURNAMENT

DATE: 2023 date coming soon!
PRICE: 

LOCATION: Village Greens Golf Course 5615 Highway K92, Meriden, KS 66512

The RTK golf tournament is a 4-person scramble on a beautiful 18 hole course near Meriden and Perry Lake, 20 minutes north of Topeka. Includes cart, lunch, hole prizes. Mulligans and raffle tickets available to purchase.

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RTK PRAIRIE PICNIC

Formerly known as the Pre-Symphony in the Flint Hills

DATE: June 11, 2022
PRICE: Free to RTK donors by invitation only, donations welcome.

LOCATION: Hinkson Ranch

RTK will host the annual Prairie Picnic and auction near the Symphony site. The RTK event is for donors and special guests by invitation only.

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