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    • 06 Jan 2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A THERAPIST TO BE THERAPEUTIC: HOW PARKS & RECREATION LEADERS CAN RECOGNIZE TRAUMA & PROMOTE RESILIENCE

    JANUARY 6, 2022 | 1:00 - 3:15 PM CT | 0.2 CEUS 
    Dr. Mimi Graham, Director
    Florida State University Center for Prevention & Early Intervention Policy

    This two-hour session will provide the basics of trauma and adverse childhood experiences including understanding the impact of trauma on brain development, behavior, and mental and physical health. Attendees will learn strategies for working with children with trauma histories and how to use a trauma informed approach to achieve better outcomes.

    Learning Objectives

    • Demonstrate how to identify trauma.
    • Describe ACEs as a significant risk factor to later life and health disparities.
    • Integrate strategies for working with children with trauma histories into work.


    About Dr. Mimi Graham: Dr. Mimi Graham, is Director of Florida State University Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy, a center of excellence in trauma, infant mental health, human trafficked pregnant teens, and policy & best practices during the pivotal first 1,000 days of life.  She pioneered a statewide infant mental health movement building clinical capacity, co-founding the Florida Association for Infant Mental Health and infusing infant mental health across systems as showcased in Florida’s Cutting-Edge Trauma Initiatives.   As a member of the Florida Supreme Court Committee on Children, she spearheads Florida’s Early Childhood Court Initiative, integrating mental health into courts to break the multigenerational cycle of ACEs.  She is a Fellow of Zero to Three National Center for Infants, Toddlers & Families and recipient of the 2019 Voice for Children Award, 2017 Florida Tax Watch Productivity Award for Early Childhood Court, and the Children’s Advocate Award, Legal Services of North Florida and the Florida Bar’s Medal of Honor.




    • 12 Jan 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register


    Lights, Smartphone, Action! A Hands-On Video Workshop


    Virtual Marketing Workshop 

    January 12th, 2022

    1:00p - 4:00P 

    $75 

    .3 CEU's


    Since Steven Spielberg isn't going to intern at your company, YOU need to figure out how to make videos for social media, marketing and communications. 

    This hands-on workshop teaches you a dozen of easy, budget-friendly tech tools to make professional-level videos on the cheap and on the fly. 

    Takeaways 

    • Improve your storytelling and image-creative skills for better multimedia content. 
    • Take home step-by-step guides for creating better videos. 
    • Evaluate different multimedia tools and apply strategies for their best uses in social media, marketing and communications. 


    Meet Your New Nerdy Best Friend…

    Beth Z: Author. Speaker. Nerd.

    Since her first Motorola RAZR flip phone, Beth has made a verb out of the word nerd. She’s here to help you filter through thousands of apps, gadgets, widgets and doodads to find the perfect free and bargain technology tools for work and home.

    Although the only real trophy she ever won was for making perfect French fries at McDonald’s in high school, Beth Z has been featured on Best Speaker lists by several groups that write best speaker lists. She is also a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), the highest earned credential from the National Speakers Association. It’s kind of a big deal.

    She has written multiple books on apps and has spoken to about 100,000 people, about 99.9% of whom can’t pronounce her last name.






    • 18 Jan 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register


    YOUR ATTITUDE DETERMINES YOUR ALTITUDE

    JANUARY 18, 2022 | 12:00 – 1:15 PM CT | 0.1 CEUS 

    Marie Knight, Knight Leadership Solutions

    We often cannot choose our circumstance, however, the powerful choice we always have it choosing our response in the moment.  Choosing the right attitude when life, whether personal or professional, puts us in hot water, determines our success in that moment, and in the future.  Participants will learn about the power of choice, and how shifting our paradigm about certain F-Words (Fear and Failure) will help to raise our Altitude.


    About Marie Knight: Marie is currently the owner of Knight Leadership Solutions – working with municipal agencies across the country to help them strengthen their greatest asset- their people. Marie spent over 35 years in the municipal services arena working in a variety of communities from small beach communities to one of the largest metropolitan cities in the nation. During her municipal government career, she has lead teams in excess of 1,000 people, managed annual operational budgets over $56 million dollars, and had oversight of over $100 million dollars in capital improvement projects. Marie has served her profession, multiple municipal government agencies, many area non-profit organizations, and various professional associations for the past 35 years as a highly sought-out speaker, facilitator, coach, teacher, and trainer. As a highly experienced and motivated facilitator and consultant, her expertise in the areas of Strategic Reimagine Planning, Employee Development, Customer Service, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Talent Management, Change Management, Corporate Culture, Telling Your Story, Non-profit Board Development, Time Management and Creating High Performing Teams and has changed lives and transformed organizations. She has conducted over 100 workshops, training sessions, and keynote speeches for California Parks and Recreation Society and various government and non-profit agencies throughout the state of California as well as for State Associations in Colorado, Missouri, and Illinois. Through the years she has created several award-winning Team and Culture Improvement programs and services and is a recipient of the California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) Coveted Leadership Award, and a five-time CPRS Presidents Award recipient for her contributions to the profession and to raising future leaders. Marie is a Certified Coach, Teacher, Trainer, and Speaker with the leading leadership organization in the world, the John Maxwell Team. She is also a certified behavioral specialist in the John Maxwell DISC Method.




    • 19 Jan 2022
    • 21 Jan 2022
    • Manhattan, KS
    Register


    January 19-21, 2022


    Manhattan Conference Center

    410 South 3rd Street

    Manhattan, KS 66502


    Early Bird Cut off date: January 3rd, 2022




    VENDOR REGISTRATION :

    Commercial companies and their employees must register as a vendor at this link: Vendor Registration for Trade Show


    STUDENTS:

    Student members may attend the Student Summit and conference sessions at no charge IF they pre-register. Students can join KRPA for $15 when registering online for the conference.

    NOTE:  The student registration does not include lunches or evening socials.  Students can purchase tickets in advance for the meals and socials for an extra fee.


    *Attendee fees must be paid by January 12, 2022

    * Employees of a commercial company that sells products or services to parks and recreation agencies cannot register here.  Commercial Companies and their employees must register as a Vendor at the link here.


    Cancellation Policy:
    Conference Attendees cancellations received by December 31st are entitled to a 100% refund for those that paid by check, and 96% for those paid by credit card.  Cancellations received between January 1st - 5th will receive a 70% refund if paid by check, and a 66% refund if paid by credit card.  No refunds will be given after January 5th.  Substitutions are allowed.  All refund requests must be in writing, email Erika Devore.


    Kansas Recreation and Park Association
    PO Box 1283 

    Lawrence, KS 66044

    Phone:  (785) 235-6533

    • 20 Jan 2022
    • 7:00 PM
    • Manhattan Conference Center
    • 40
    Register


    Painting with Cindy 

    Thursday, January 20th 

    7:00p

    Conference Center (Room TBA)

    Join us for a fun, stress free evening Painting with Cindy. Participants will complete this Winter Barn painting during the class while enjoying snacks and dollar beers*/cash bar during the event. All supplies are provided as well as step-by-step instructions. No painting experience need!

    *Dollar beers available while supplies last.



    • 08 Feb 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register



    THE 3 C’S OF A STRONG TEAM: COORDINATION, COOPERATION, COLLABORATION

    FEBRUARY 8, 2022 | 12:00 – 1:15 PM CT | 0.1 CEUS 
    Marie Knight, Knight Leadership Solutions

    Elevating your team to a high performing team means that you must create a culture that nurtures the progression through the Three C’s: Coordination, Cooperation, and Collaboration.  Participants will learn the difference between the Three C’s and their role in daily operations and walk away with a road map of how to take your team from the lowest level of interaction – Coordination, to the highest-level Collaboration.


    About Marie Knight: Marie is currently the owner of Knight Leadership Solutions – working with municipal agencies across the country to help them strengthen their greatest asset- their people. Marie spent over 35 years in the municipal services arena working in a variety of communities from small beach communities to one of the largest metropolitan cities in the nation. During her municipal government career, she has lead teams in excess of 1,000 people, managed annual operational budgets over $56 million dollars, and had oversight of over $100 million dollars in capital improvement projects. Marie has served her profession, multiple municipal government agencies, many area non-profit organizations, and various professional associations for the past 35 years as a highly sought-out speaker, facilitator, coach, teacher, and trainer. As a highly experienced and motivated facilitator and consultant, her expertise in the areas of Strategic Reimagine Planning, Employee Development, Customer Service, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Talent Management, Change Management, Corporate Culture, Telling Your Story, Non-profit Board Development, Time Management and Creating High Performing Teams and has changed lives and transformed organizations. She has conducted over 100 workshops, training sessions, and keynote speeches for California Parks and Recreation Society and various government and non-profit agencies throughout the state of California as well as for State Associations in Colorado, Missouri, and Illinois. Through the years she has created several award-winning Team and Culture Improvement programs and services and is a recipient of the California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) Coveted Leadership Award, and a five-time CPRS Presidents Award recipient for her contributions to the profession and to raising future leaders. Marie is a Certified Coach, Teacher, Trainer, and Speaker with the leading leadership organization in the world, the John Maxwell Team. She is also a certified behavioral specialist in the John Maxwell DISC Method.




    • 23 Feb 2022
    • 24 Feb 2022
    • Virtual
    • 13
    Register

    April Virtual AFO Course 

    Wednesday, February 23 - Thursday, February 24

    AFO Virtual Course is a two day virtual training, with the exam being administered on the second day conducted by AFO instructors through scheduled live opportunities.  

    The virtual class and exam will be facilitated through the NRPA associations learning management system.  

    Course manuals will be sent to the address you enter on your registration 4 weeks prior to the start of the course.  

    NRPA will contact you a week before the exam for registration instructions to access the course. 

    Online Exam:

    • The exam is set up online and consist of 50 questions. 
    • Candidates need to get at least 39 questions correct to pass (78%). 
    • Candidates are given 3 hours to take the exam 
    • Candidates must remain in front of their computer for the duration of the exam. 


    * Early Bird Pricing ENDS Friday January 26

    CEU's:  1.5


    The Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) Course is a 2-day training program designed to meet the needs of those working in public and semi-public recreational pool or water park facilities.  The AFO Course offers unique discussions on risk management and pool management as well as training in proper water chemistry, water chemistry challenges and solutions.

    The current Aquatic Facility Operators Manual will be sent to each full course registrant prior to the course.

    Upon successful completion of the AFO Course and 50 question open book exam, participants will be certified for 5 years by the National Certification Board in coordination with the National Recreation and Park Association.

    Who Should Attend

    Aquatic Directors, Recreation Directors, Water Park Directors, Pool Managers, Aquatic Supervisors, Resort/Hotel/Motel Staff, and any staff member responsible for the operation, maintenance and management of an aquatic facility.


    Contact KRPA Office with questions:

    (785) 235-6533

    jamie@krpa.org




    Cancellation Policy: NO refunds; substitutions allowed
    • 01 Mar 2022
    • 03 Mar 2022
    • Matt Ross Community Center, Overland Park KS
    • 34
    Register



    March 1-3 CPSI Course (8:00 am - 5:00 pm - check in at 7:30)

    March 3    CPSI Exam (9:00 am - 12:00 pm - check in at 8:00)


    Matt Ross Community Center

    8101 Marty

    Overland Park, KS 66204


    Lodging: 

    Holiday Inn & Suites, Overland Park - West 

    Make reservations here 





    CPSI Manual
    The CPSI Manual is mailed to registrants for the course.  It is not included in the Exam Only option.

    Cancellation Policy
    No refunds, substitutions allowed.


    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    Individuals taking the CPSI Classroom Course will gain practical, hands-on training on how to apply the ASTM standards and the CPSC guidelines to playground environments.  Course participants will learn how to identify hazards on public playgrounds and playground equipment, how to rank hazards according to injury potential and how to apply that knowledge and establish a playground safety program.

    The CPSI course materials that must be read in advance will be mailed to the course registrants 4 weeks prior to the course. 

    Course materials are not provided to those that register for the CPSI Exam only.

    The option to take the CPSI exam via computer based testing is available through the NRPA. To obtain additional information please visit www.nrpa.org/cpsi. Please be advised if you register to take the examination with the course, you will not receive a refund to take your exam via computer based testing at a later date. Please decide now if you would like to take the exam on Day 3 of the course or via a Computer Based Exam at a later date.

    CEUs - 1.5

    Thank you to our CPSI sponsor:









    Please contact the KRPA office if you have questions.

    (785) 235-6533

    jamie@krpa.org

    • 15 Mar 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register


    POKING THE BEAR: FINDING THE SOFT SPOTS ON YOUR TEAM AND MAKING THEM STRONGER

    MARCH 15, 2022 | 12:00 – 1:15 PM CT | 0.1 CEUS 
    Marie Knight, Knight Leadership Solutions

    As leaders we need to be constantly evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of our team in order to determine where and when change is needed to help us to achieve the greatest success possible.  Participants will learn to identify the various “Soft Spots” of weakness on their team, and be provided with an outlined approach to turning things around from the inside out.


    About Marie Knight: Marie is currently the owner of Knight Leadership Solutions – working with municipal agencies across the country to help them strengthen their greatest asset- their people. Marie spent over 35 years in the municipal services arena working in a variety of communities from small beach communities to one of the largest metropolitan cities in the nation. During her municipal government career, she has lead teams in excess of 1,000 people, managed annual operational budgets over $56 million dollars, and had oversight of over $100 million dollars in capital improvement projects. Marie has served her profession, multiple municipal government agencies, many area non-profit organizations, and various professional associations for the past 35 years as a highly sought-out speaker, facilitator, coach, teacher, and trainer. As a highly experienced and motivated facilitator and consultant, her expertise in the areas of Strategic Reimagine Planning, Employee Development, Customer Service, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Talent Management, Change Management, Corporate Culture, Telling Your Story, Non-profit Board Development, Time Management and Creating High Performing Teams and has changed lives and transformed organizations. She has conducted over 100 workshops, training sessions, and keynote speeches for California Parks and Recreation Society and various government and non-profit agencies throughout the state of California as well as for State Associations in Colorado, Missouri, and Illinois. Through the years she has created several award-winning Team and Culture Improvement programs and services and is a recipient of the California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) Coveted Leadership Award, and a five-time CPRS Presidents Award recipient for her contributions to the profession and to raising future leaders. Marie is a Certified Coach, Teacher, Trainer, and Speaker with the leading leadership organization in the world, the John Maxwell Team. She is also a certified behavioral specialist in the John Maxwell DISC Method.




    • 23 Mar 2022
    • 24 Mar 2022
    • Lawrence, KS
    • 22
    Register

    March 23-24, 2021

    Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center

    4706 Overland Dr.

    Lawrence, KS 66049


    Check-In begins at 7:45 A.M.


    Lodging:

    Hotel: Tru by Hilton Lawrence

    Group Name: KRPA Group Block

    Reserve Here

    * Early Bird Pricing ENDS February 25, 2022 *

    CEU's:  1.5


    The Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) Course is a 2-day training program designed to meet the needs of those working in public and semi-public recreational pool or water park facilities.  The AFO Course offers unique discussions on risk management and pool management as well as training in proper water chemistry, water chemistry challenges and solutions.

    The current Aquatic Facility Operators Manual will be sent to each full course registrant prior to the course.

    Upon successful completion of the AFO Course and 50 question open book exam, participants will be certified for 5 years by the National Certification Board in coordination with the National Recreation and Park Association.

    Who Should Attend

    Aquatic Directors, Recreation Directors, Water Park Directors, Pool Managers, Aquatic Supervisors, Resort/Hotel/Motel Staff, and any staff member responsible for the operation, maintenance and management of an aquatic facility.


    Contact KRPA Office with questions:

    (785) 235-6533

    jamie@krpa.org




    Cancellation Policy: NO refunds; substitutions allowed
    • 20 Apr 2022
    • 21 Apr 2022
    • Wichita, KS
    • 30
    Register

    April 20-21, 2022

    OJ Watson Park

    3022 S McLean Blvd

    Wichita, KS 67217


    Check-In begins at 7:45 A.M.


    Lodging:

    TBA


    * Early Bird Pricing ENDS March 25, 2022 *

    CEU's:  1.5


    The Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) Course is a 2-day training program designed to meet the needs of those working in public and semi-public recreational pool or water park facilities.  The AFO Course offers unique discussions on risk management and pool management as well as training in proper water chemistry, water chemistry challenges and solutions.

    The current Aquatic Facility Operators Manual will be sent to each full course registrant prior to the course.

    Upon successful completion of the AFO Course and 50 question open book exam, participants will be certified for 5 years by the National Certification Board in coordination with the National Recreation and Park Association.

    Who Should Attend

    Aquatic Directors, Recreation Directors, Water Park Directors, Pool Managers, Aquatic Supervisors, Resort/Hotel/Motel Staff, and any staff member responsible for the operation, maintenance and management of an aquatic facility.


    Contact KRPA Office with questions:

    (785) 235-6533

    jamie@krpa.org




    Cancellation Policy: NO refunds; substitutions allowed
    • 25 May 2022
    • 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register


    INVESTING IN ME: HEALTHY MIND, HEALTHY BODY, CONTENTED LIFE

    MAY 25, 2022 | 12:00 - 1:15 PM CT | 0.1 CEUS   
    Regina Novak, Health Educator & Financial Coach
    RCM Financial Coaching

    Self-care is not selfish-it is essential. We may be called to serve others, but if we do not first serve ourselves, our health and wellbeing suffers. This impacts us, our close relationships and the people we serve. In this virtual education session, we will explore how to truly care for our total self and grow into the best version of ourselves, personally and professionally.

    Learning Objectives

    • Define and describe what true wellbeing entails and how our mental health impacts every other area of wellbeing.
    • Explore myths surrounding self-care, mental health and wellbeing and how we can bust these myths to support ourselves, our colleagues and the people we serve.
    • Discuss the consequences of not investing in ourselves, how to check in regularly with ourselves to assess “how we are” and discover ways we can intentionally plan self-care into our daily lives.

    About Regina Novak:

    Regina Novak is the founder of RCM Financial Coaching. She is a health educator, financial coach, swim lesson instructor, mom of two, and lover of nature and the outdoors. She believes that organizations thrive and serve their communities best when the teams are healthy and united around a common purpose. Regina is especially interested in the psychology of behavior change and how people can grow and change with the right motivation, mindset and behaviors aligned with their overall life goals. She is committed to helping others grow and flourish and continues her own mission to grow and thrive and live her best life possible. Regina works with employer groups to help support their wellbeing and engagement strategy.



Past events

07 Dec 2021 Virtual Education - How to Stay Cool When Things Heat Up
21 Oct 2021 Esports State Championship
13 Oct 2021 SHARP Workshop 2021
07 Oct 2021 Paved Trail Development and Maintenance Workshop
30 Sep 2021 Playground Maintenance Course 2021
14 Sep 2021 Tomorrow's Leaders Institute 2021
10 Sep 2021 KRPA Young Professionals Wichita Windsurge Social
24 Aug 2021 Women's Leadership Summit
09 Jun 2021 Virtual Education - 10 Tools to Providing Exceptional Customer Service
27 May 2021 Virtual Education - The Power of Praise and Positivity
12 May 2021 Virtual Education - Crisis Management and Developing Your Emergency Action Plan
29 Apr 2021 Virtual Education - Art of Gaining Consensus and Getting Things Done
28 Apr 2021 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - Virtual
21 Apr 2021 KRPA Virtual Student Summit
13 Apr 2021 Virtual Education - Digital Marketing that Rocks
31 Mar 2021 NAYS 2021
17 Mar 2021 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - Virtual
02 Mar 2021 Certified Playground Safety Inspector Course & Exam (Spring 2021)
03 Feb 2021 2021 KRPA Trade Show - Vendor Registration
03 Feb 2021 Annual KRPA Conference and Trade Show 2021
10 Nov 2020 CPRP Study Course
14 Oct 2020 Virtual AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - October
08 Oct 2020 2020 SHARP - Buy 3 get 1 Free registration
08 Oct 2020 2020 Virtual SHARP
01 Oct 2020 Playground Maintenance Course 2020
23 Sep 2020 2020 KRPA/MPRA Executive Forum
23 Sep 2020 2020 KRPA/MPRA Executive Forum - Buy 3 get 1 Free registration
16 Sep 2020 Virtual AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - September
10 Sep 2020 Marketing Workshop
26 Aug 2020 Community Development Block Grant Webinar
19 Aug 2020 Women's Leadership Summit 2020
30 Jul 2020 Playcore Professional Development Event
27 Jul 2020 KRPA Vendor Call
21 Jul 2020 NAYS
22 Apr 2020 State Budget Presentation
15 Apr 2020 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - Lawrence, KS (Postponed)
31 Mar 2020 Marketing Workshop (Postponed)
11 Mar 2020 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - Derby, KS
03 Mar 2020 Certified Playground Safety Inspector Course & Exam (Spring 2020)
10 Feb 2020 Strength Finders - Pre Conference Session
10 Feb 2020 Annual KRPA Conference and Trade Show 2020
29 Oct 2019 Certified Playground Safety Inspector Course & Exam (Fall 2019)
24 Oct 2019 Playground Maintenance Course
10 Sep 2019 Tomorrow's Leaders Institute 2019
05 Sep 2019 KRPA President Listening Tour
23 Aug 2019 Women's Leadership Summit
10 Aug 2019 YP T-Bones Baseball Game
28 May 2019 Summer to Change a Life
08 May 2019 May Lunch and Learn- Hosted by SSCI
25 Apr 2019 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - Derby, KS
05 Mar 2019 Certified Playground Safety Inspector Course & Exam
05 Feb 2019 Annual KRPA Conference and Trade Show 2019
17 Oct 2018 2018 KRPA/MPRA Executive Forum
07 Sep 2018 KRPA Golf Tournament - Topeka
22 Aug 2018 Annual Board Meeting
04 May 2018 KRPA Young Professionals - Tailgating Social
26 Apr 2018 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course - Derby, KS
07 Apr 2018 Aquatic Leadership Adventure - April 7, 2018
06 Mar 2018 Certified Playground Safety Inspector Course & Exam
23 Jan 2018 Annual KRPA Conference and Trade Show 2018
06 Oct 2017 KRPA Golf Tournament - Leawood
12 Sep 2017 Tomorrow's Leaders Institute 2017
26 Apr 2017 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Program - April 26-27, 2017 in Lawrence
23 Apr 2017 Midwest Regional Conference 2017
11 Apr 2017 KRPA Recreation Commission Workshop
08 Apr 2017 Aquatic Leadership Adventure Registration and Sponsorships - April 8, 2017
15 Mar 2017 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Course March 15-16, 2017 Derby
06 Mar 2017 CPSI Playground Safety Inspector March 6-8, 2017
31 Jan 2017 Annual KRPA Conference and Trade Show 2017
13 Sep 2016 Tomorrow's Leaders Institute 2016
26 Aug 2016 KRPA Golf Tournament
24 Aug 2016 KRPA/MPRA Executive Forum Registration
19 Aug 2016 SWKR Golf Tournament 2016
17 May 2016 KRPA Recreation Commission Workshop
21 Apr 2016 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Program - April 21-22, 2016 PAST EVENT (Salina)
16 Apr 2016 Aquatic Leadership Adventure on April 16, 2016
06 Apr 2016 Healthy Communities Training and Playground Funding Initiative-WICHITA
05 Apr 2016 Healthy Communities Training and Playground Funding Initiative-MERRIAM
07 Mar 2016 CPSI Playground Safety Inspector March 7-9, 2016 PAST EVENT
01 Mar 2016 Concussions Summit 2016
29 Feb 2016 NAYS ACADEMY FOR YOUTH SPORTS 2016
01 Feb 2016 Attendee Registration for the 2016 KRPA Annual Conference
01 Feb 2016 Vendor Registration for the KRPA Annual Conference
01 Feb 2016 Conference T-Shirt 2016 (Dodge City)
04 Nov 2015 Fall Maintenance Workshop 2015
13 Oct 2015 Built Environment and Outdoor Summit
07 Oct 2015 KRPA/MPRA Executive Forum
02 Oct 2015 KRPA Golf Tournament
15 Sep 2015 NRPA Conference
14 Aug 2015 SWKR Golf Tournament
14 May 2015 KRPA Recreation Commission Budget and Professional Development Workshop in GREAT BEND on May 14, 2015
06 May 2015 KRPA Professional Development Workshop Lenexa - May 6 2015
11 Apr 2015 Aquatic Leadership Adventure on April 11, 2015
09 Mar 2015 CPSI Playground Safety Inspector March 9-11, 2015 PAST EVENT
27 Jan 2015 KRPA Annual Conference Internship/Job Fair
27 Jan 2015 KRPA Annual Conference Attendee Registration
27 Jan 2015 KRPA Annual Conference Vendor Registration
01 Jan 2015 First Day Hikes at Kansas State Parks
29 Oct 2014 Administration Branch Workshop - Derby October 29, 2014
24 Oct 2014 Blue Chip Award Technical Assistance Conference Call
16 Oct 2014 Parks Leading the Way: Fire, Water, Land and the Tools to Tame Them
02 Oct 2014 KRPA Board of Directors Meeting
26 Sep 2014 KRPA Golf Tournament
24 Sep 2014 KRPA/MPRA Executive Forum Registration
09 Sep 2014 Tomorrow's Leaders Institute 2014
14 Nov 2013 MoKan KRPA Turf Workshop - Olathe on November 14, 2013
14 Nov 2013 MoKan KRPA Turf Workshop VENDORS/EXHIBITORS - Olathe on November 14, 2013
24 Oct 2013 DID YOU KNOW Workshop on October 24, 2013 in Derby
25 Sep 2013 PNR Parks Leading the Way: Staying Green when Budgets are Lean Workshop on September 25, 2013 Newton
19 Sep 2013 Administration Branch Workshop - LAWRENCE on Sept 19, 2013
18 Sep 2013 Administration Branch Workshop - HAYS on Sept 18, 2013 HAYS
10 Sep 2013 Tomorrow's Leaders Institute - Sept 10-12, 2013
15 May 2013 Recreation Commission Budget Workshop TOPEKA - May 15, 2013
14 May 2013 Recreation Commission Budget Workshop GREAT BEND - May 14, 2013
25 Apr 2013 Did You Know "Train the Trainer" Workshop in Lawrence April 25 2013
14 Mar 2013 AFO Aquatic Facility Operator Program (Lawrence-March 14-15, 2013)
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