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What's Happening This Week in Winslow April 15 - 21, 2019

Winslow Community Gym is open 5-7PM on Monday and Thursday nights

Basketball, walking, treadmills, ping pong, exercise equipment.

Family membership $25/year. Individual membership: $10/ year. or come workout and leave a donation in the jar to help maintain the building. Dress warm, it can be chilly in the gym in the winter.


Winslow Community Meals is open from 11:00-1PM Monday - Friday for lunch. Where else can you get a home cooked lunch, dessert and a drink for $5.00?! ALSO, Senior citizens can socialize from 9:00am - 1:00PM Monday - Friday at Community Meals. Checkers, cards, puzzles, Tea & coffee.


Senior Center is OPEN! Winslow Community Meals Building. Monday - Friday, 9:00AM - 1:00PM. Tea, coffee, puzzles, checkers, cards. A place for Seniors to socialize!


Document shredding (self-service)is now available at City Hall During Office Hours 9am-3pm, Monday - Friday.


Wednesday, April 17th:

Winslow Quilts of Valor, 12:30 at Winslow Community Meals

Beginners and experienced quilters work together to make beautiful quilts for our veterans. For questions contact Yvonne Fennel at 479-634-2120


Thursday, April 18th:

Town Hall Information Meeting - Topic: Winslow Charter School

Everyone is encouraged to attend.

7:00PM. Winslow Community Center Cafeteria


The bigger and bolder the better!


Saturday, April 20th:

Fourth Annual Winslow Easter Bonnet Brunch 10:00AM - 12:00 noon

Winslow Mercantile, downtown Winslow.

Bring your favorite Easter brunch treats to share with your friends and neighbors! Wear your most spectacular Easter bonnet creation, and win a prize, courtesy of your local merchants.


Saturday Morning Coffee and Farmer's Market at the Winslow Mercantile and Train Station

8:30AM - 12:00 noon

Coffee, Lattes, espresso, hot chocolate, good conversation, baked goods seasonal veggies, handmade items, garden plants, various vendors, musicians jamming and busking outdoors. Come see your friends and make new friends!


Winslow Museum Open from 10:00AM - 1:00PM - hosted by members of the City Counsel and volunteers.


Ozark Folkways: After the Easter Bonnet Brunch, music by Jesse Dean ad opening art reception for "Beyond These 4 Walls". Featuring art by Mary Alink, Lee Christman, David Holcomb, and Denice Nicholson.


1st and 3rd Saturday of the month: Live Bluegrass music. Brentwood Community Center. 7:00PM




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Winslow Museum needs new Volunteers! Does Winslow History fascinate you? Contact City Hall at 479-634-3901 and get on the Winslow Museum Team!


Winslow Recycle needs more Volunteers!

Our Winslow recycle program really needs more volunteers to help folks unload their recyclable items. You can help out a couple of hours or for the entire morning. It's a good way to see and meet a lot of your Winslow neighbors!


Winslow residents bring their recyclable items to downtown Winslow on the first Saturday of every month from about 8:30AM to noon. Glass bottles, Plastic bottles, newspapers, magazines, cardboard boxes, tin cans, and plastic grocery bags are recyclable items. We can keep all these things from going into a landfill! Please call Ken Stout at (479) 236-1010 if you would like to help with this important volunteer opportunity, or just show up and pitch in.


A ring was found!

If you lost a ring near the recycling area in downtown Winslow on February 2nd, please call City Hall at (479) 634-3901.


If you have an event open to the public you would like placed in this weekly blog "What's Happening This week in Winslow," please send the information to Dianna at littleherbfarm@gmail.com or contact City Hall at (479) 634-3901.


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