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City Government

  1. Neighborhood Clean-up Program

    April 21, 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. WCT presents "The True Tale of Robin Hood"

    April 20, 7:30 PM - April 28, 10:00 PM @ Winfield Community Theatre at Meyer Hall in Baden Square

    Advanced tickets for sale at the Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce, 123 E. 9th Ave.

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  2. Vietnam War Veteran Memoir Writing Workshop

    April 21, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Winfield Public Library

    Memoir Writing Workshop, conducted by writer Al Ortolani. Ortolani is a published poet and English teach from Lenexa. Collected memoirs will be submitted to the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project in Washington D.C. by participant permission. Please contact jfalk@wpl.org if interested in participating.

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  3. Kansas Soundscapes Winner Performances- WAHC

    April 21, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ College Hill Coffee

    The winners of the Winfield Arts & Humanities Council's first annual Kansas Soundscapes competition will be announced, followed by their performances of their winning pieces.

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  4. UNCORK the MUSIC CONCERT SERIES - Terry Quiett Band

    April 21, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wheat State Wine Co.

    We will have wine and beer for sale... please leave outside alcoholic beverages at home. In just a few years the Terry Quiett Band has become a mainstay across America’s Heartland. From 6th Street in Austin…to the windy city of Chicago…through the mountains of Colorado…across the deserts of Arizona…jamming down on Beale Street in Memphis…wherever they go the TQB has won over young and old with their energetic and soulful sound. We will have wine and beer for sale... please leave outside alcoholic beverages at home. ... In just a few years the Terry Quiett Band has become a mainstay across America’s Heartland. From 6th Street in Austin…to the windy city of Chicago…through the mountains of Colorado…across the deserts of Arizona…jamming down on Beale Street in Memphis…wherever they go the TQB has won over young and old with their energetic and soulful sound.

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  5. SC Spring Choral Concert

    April 21, 7:30 PM @ Richardson Performing Arts Center, Southwestern College

    A Cappella Choir, Chamber Singers, and Southwestern College Choral Union will be featured in the Lux Aeterna spring choral concert. Selections include Faure’s “Requiem,” Elgar’s “Lux Aeterna,” and a commissioned piece, “Sinner Man,” arranged by Stephen Butler, instructor of music theory at Southwestern.

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