Topics: Topeka History
Fee Range: $100 donation to either Constitution Hall or Friends of the Topeka Cemetery
Contact Details: Please contact Christine to discuss options that would be the best fit for your organization. Will need access to the equipment necessary to present a powerpoint. Generally, Christine can do talks in the summer or during school breaks. She needs at least a week's notice and can present during the school year if it's on the weekend.
Each session is 20 minutes. The talking tours are around 2-3 hours.
Representative speaking topics include:
Brickmaking in Topeka/Shawnee County
Architectural Styles in Topeka
A-Z Postcards of Topeka
Variety of topics from TOPEKA magazine
Walking Tours of Downtown Kansas Ave, Potwin Place, & Holiday Park neighborhoods
Organizations she’s worked with in the past include:
Stormont Vail Retirees
Topeka Public School Events
Christine Steinkuehler has 13 years of experience speaking at events. She holds a BA in History from Washburn University, a Secondary teaching license from Washburn University, a MA in Special Education Emporia State University. Christine is the gifted facilitator and scholarship coordinator at Topeka West High School. She is a freelancer for Ogden Press. She is also assistant site coordinator for Red Rocks, on the board of The Free State Capital--Constitution Hall, Friends of the Topeka Cemetery and is Scholarship Chair for the Aviation Explorer Post Number 8.