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City Government

  1. City Commission Meeting

    June 18, 5:30 PM @ City Hall, Community Council Room

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  2. Neighborhood Clean-up Program

    June 23, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Fairgrounds

    It’s time to clean out that garage or shed and around the house. The City of Winfield, will have a roll-off container for household clean-up items, at a designated location. Each week the roll-off container will be in different locations, so watch our City Website, City Facebook Page, or the Courier/Traveler Newspaper Ad to find out where. Please DO NOT bring these following items: • COMPOST or BRUSH (accepted at Compost Facility 320 Broad St.) • VEHICLE TIRES (accepted at Compost Facility 320 Broad St.) • REFRIGERATORS/FREEZERS or AIR-CONDITIONERS • OIL, FUEL, or CHEMICALS • BATTERIES or PAINT • UTILITY POLES or RAILROAD TIES

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  3. City Commission Work Session

    June 28, 4:00 PM @ City Hall Community Council Room

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  4. Neighborhood Clean-up Program

    June 30, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ City Operations Center

    It’s time to clean out that garage or shed and around the house. The City of Winfield, will have a roll-off container for household clean-up items, at a designated location. Each week the roll-off container will be in different locations, so watch our City Website, City Facebook Page, or the Courier/Traveler Newspaper Ad to find out where. Please DO NOT bring these following items: • COMPOST or BRUSH (accepted at Compost Facility 320 Broad St.) • VEHICLE TIRES (accepted at Compost Facility 320 Broad St.) • REFRIGERATORS/FREEZERS or AIR-CONDITIONERS • OIL, FUEL, or CHEMICALS • BATTERIES or PAINT • UTILITY POLES or RAILROAD TIES

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Community Events

  1. Easter Seals Capper Foundation "Pancakes N' Paradise"

    June 23, 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Holy Name Parish Hall

    Join Eastersales Capper Foundation for breakfast in a Paradise atmosphere. Raffle tickets available for $5/each or 5 for $20. Meal and raffle tickets available for purchase at the door or at Easterseals Capper Foundation.

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  2. Walnut Valley Farmer's Market

    June 23, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ 301 Main, Island Park entrance (parking lot across from Winfield Aquatic Center)

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  3. SC Summer Theatre presents: Rock of Ages

    June 29, 7:30 PM - July 1 @ Richardson Performing Arts Center, Southwestern College

    Rock of Ages is a rock/jukebox musical love story, built around classic rock songs from the 1980s. The musical features songs from Styx, Journey, and Bon Jovi among other well-known rock bands. Ticket prices are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $6 for students. Tickets can be purchased by calling (620) 221-7720, via email at boxoffice@sckans.edu, or online at sckans.edu/summertheatre. This musical contains some adult content.

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  4. Walnut Valley Farmer's Market

    June 30, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ 301 Main, Island Park entrance (parking lot across from Winfield Aquatic Center)

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  5. OK Kids Day

    June 30, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Island Park

    Unplug your family for the day and enjoy the great outdoors. Outdoor activities include instructional fishing, rock climbing, trail hiking archery SNAG golf, camping skills and horse riding. Wrap up the day with a free hotdog BBQ lunch provided by Winfield Recreation Commission. Event funded by the Winfield Elks Charitable Fund through the Legacy Foundation

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  6. UNCORK the MUSIC CONCERT SERIES - The Steel Woods

    June 30, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wheat State Wine Co.

    *NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL* We have that covered with wine and beer!!! ... Like their name, The Steel Woods are a hybrid musical force, part hard-edged, part Americana roots country folk, man-made, yet organic, rock but also bluegrass, R&B, blues, gospel, soul and heavy metal, “the materials which America is built on” according to co-founder Wes Bayliss. The Nashville-based band is also steeped in the ethos of Southern rock, with the music on its debut Woods Music/Thirty Tigers release, Straw in the Wind, both timeless and indefinable, sounding like it could’ve been recorded at any point during the past half-century. “That’s kinda the idea,” nods Bayliss. The Steel Woods trace an unbroken line from Jimmie Rodgers and Hank Williams through Willie and Waylon, then the Allmans, Blackfoot, The Band and Tom Petty up through contemporaries like Kings of Leon and the Avett Brothers.

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