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Chamber Main

  1. Board of Directors Meeting

    September 15, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ 123 E 9th Ave

  2. Chamber Coffee

    September 25, All Day @ 123 E. 9th Avenue

City Government

  1. City Compost Facility

    September 2, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  2. City Compost Facility

    September 4, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  3. Neighborhood Clean-Up Program

    September 6, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ City Operations Center

    Time to clean out that garage or shed and prune some of those bushes around the house. The city will have a container for household clean-up items, at a designated location. Each week the container will be in different locations, so watch out ad to find out where. Please DO NOT bring the following items: oil, batteries, refrigerators or air-conditioners, and paint.

  4. City Compost Facility

    September 6, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  5. City Compost Facility

    September 9, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  6. City Compost Facility

    September 11, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  7. Neighborhood Clean-Up Program

    September 13, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ City Operations Center

    Time to clean out that garage or shed and prune some of those bushes around the house. The city will have a container for household clean-up items, at a designated location. Each week the container will be in different locations, so watch out ad to find out where. Please DO NOT bring the following items: oil, batteries, refrigerators or air-conditioners, and paint.

  8. City Compost Facility

    September 13, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  9. Winfield City Commission Meeting

    September 15, 5:30 PM @ City Hall, 200 E. 9th, Community Council Room

  10. City Compost Facility

    September 16, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  11. Winfield Public Library Board Meeting

    September 16, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Large Meeting Room

  12. Convention & Tourism Committe Meeting

    September 17, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Chamber of Commerce Board Room

  13. Strother Field Commission Meeting

    September 17, 5:30 PM @ Strother Field Conference Room

  14. City Compost Facility

    September 18, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  15. Neighborhood Clean-Up Program

    September 20, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ City Operations Center

    Time to clean out that garage or shed and prune some of those bushes around the house. The city will have a container for household clean-up items, at a designated location. Each week the container will be in different locations, so watch out ad to find out where. Please DO NOT bring the following items: oil, batteries, refrigerators or air-conditioners, and paint.

  16. City Compost Facility

    September 20, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  17. City Compost Facility

    September 23, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  18. City Compost Facility

    September 25, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  19. Neighborhood Clean-Up Program

    September 27, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Winfield Fairgrounds

    Time to clean out that garage or shed and prune some of those bushes around the house. The city will have a container for household clean-up items, at a designated location. Each week the container will be in different locations, so watch out ad to find out where. Please DO NOT bring the following items: oil, batteries, refrigerators or air-conditioners, and paint.

  20. City Compost Facility

    September 27, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

  21. City Compost Facility

    September 30, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ 320 Broad Street

    Check with attendant before loading or unloading material. Materials accepted: cut grass, leaves, limbs (6” diameter or smaller). Leaves or grass must be unbagged before unloading and bags may be discarded into trash container provided by the City. No lumber, construction debris, or household trash will be accepted. City personnel will not load compost; you must provide your own shovel or pitch fork for loading composted material.

Community Events

  1. Cowley County Treasure Hunt

    May 26 - September 2 @ Cowley County Tourism Alliance

    Beginning Memorial Day, May 26th and going through Labor Day, September 1st, Cowley County residents will have the opportunity to become a visitor in their own backyard. The 5th Annual “Discover Cowley County Treasure Hunt” is designed to take participants to ten places of interest throughout the county. Individuals interested in participating should stop by the Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce – 123 E. 9th Avenue, or the Arkansas City Chamber of Commerce – 106 S. Summit, to pick up a treasure hunt album. Albums will be available beginning Wednesday, May 21st. Inside the album are clues to each of the ten locations, as well as GPS coordinates to each site. However, if you have trouble deciphering a clue or don’t have access to a GPS or computer, the tourism officials in either office would be happy to assist you. Once the clue is deciphered, participants will travel to the site and have their photograph taken. The site should be clearly identified in the picture. Once all te

  2. Meet & Greet with Senator Bob Dole

    September 5, 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM @ Millington Place Eatery

    Millington Place Eatery is hosting a meet and greet for Senator Bob Dole and wife, Elizabeth Dole. Stop by to visit on Sept. 5th, 2:45 – 3:45. Located at the corner of 9th and Millington in Winfield. We hope to see you!

  3. "Who I Am Not" Reception & Awards

    September 5, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Large Gallery at Baden Square

    Gift baskets will be awarded to the winning Adult & Youth entries of the Winfield Arts & Humanities Council's contest "Who I Am Not." Contest allows artists of all ages to enter the portrait of their alter-ego. Entry forms are available on the WAHC website or at their office on 700 Gary. Entry deadline is August 25, 2014. Exhibit open to public September 2-30.

  4. Walnut Valley Farmer's Market

    September 6, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Parking lot west of the Winfield Aquatic Center

  5. Burden Dayz

    September 6, 8:00 AM - September 13

    Gathering to celebrate hometown heroes. Activities include: picnic parade, vendor fair, petting zoo, concert, 5K obstacle run, Car wash, pancake feed, and much more!

  6. Cowley's Kid's Day Car & Bike Show

    September 6, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Island Park

    A fundraiser for A Gift from Gunner Foundation. Includes carnival games, live entertainment, inflatables, and car & bike show. $15 Registration Fee for the Car & Bike Event, includes T-shirt and a chance to win. Contact Kelly Shultz at 620-262-6005

  7. American Legion Auxiliary Huge Indoor Garage Sale

    September 11, 7:00 AM - September 13, 7:00 PM @ American Legion Post 10 (in back room)

    Furniture, household items, clothes, craft items, antique pump organ, aluminum toolbox for pickup, tv & stand, cookbooks, painting books, dvd player, etc. Proceeds of this sale will support Auxiliary programs, local veterans, and our community.

  8. Raku Workshop

    September 12, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Gallery 1001

    Stop by the classroom at Gallery 1001, 10th and Main in Winfield, anytime between 10:00 and 2:00 Friday, September 12. The cost of $10 - $15 per pot covers the pot, glazes, and firing. No reservation necessary. Just show up between 10 and 2, purchase the pots you wish to glaze and watch the magic happen! Hosted by Gallery 1001 co-founder, Mike Fell.

  9. Walnut Valley Farmer's Market

    September 13, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Parking lot west of the Winfield Aquatic Center

  10. Color for a Cure 5K/Walk to End Alzheimer's

    September 13, 8:00 AM @ Arkansas Senior Citizens Center

    To benefit the Alzheimer's Association. All registration forms must be turned in by August 29th. There will be no late or day of registration! Pick up your registration packet at Ark City Presbyterian Manor, Anytime Fitness, or Cowley Fitness CrossFit gyms in Ark City & Winfield. As you go through the course you will be doused in 7 different colors! Fun for all ages and for a great cause!

  11. Sunflower Fest - Festival of Arts & Crafts

    September 13, 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM @ Community Center at Baden Square

    A festival combining the arts to benefit Eagle Nest, Inc. There will be various art demonstrations, breakfast and lunch concessions, and art vendors to browse through. Attendees can participate in making pumpkin art on real pumpkins from 9-11:00 AM. Cost to decorate pumpkins is $5.00 and WHS Art Club will be there to help.

  12. Great Plains Dulcimer Alliance - 25th Annual Warm up Picnic

    September 13, 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM @ Island Park, N. Main St. - Soroptimist and Lions Pavilion (Rain location - Cumbernauld Village, 716 Tweed)

    Warm up for the festival! FREE workshops for beginners to advanced players, open mic session, concert, special drawings, and a potluck dinner. Mountain Dulcimer, Hammer Dulcimer, Auto Harp, Mandolin, Fiddle and Guitar

  13. Bikes, Blues, & BBQ

    September 13, 10:30 AM @ Cowley County Courthouse Parking Lot (Albertson Annex)

    Held by Winfield Main Street. Sponsored by Winfield Motor Company. The public is encouraged to vote for best of show.

  14. Artist Reception - David Drennan

    September 13, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Gallery 1001

    3-D artist and Winfield native David Drennan will display some of his artwork through September and October. Reception for David is planned September 13 at Gallery 1001.

  15. UNCORK the MUSIC CONCERT SERIES - Byron Berline Band

    September 13, 8:00 PM @ Wheat State Wine Co.

  16. Music Mini Fest

    September 16, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Baden Square

  17. Artist Reception - Krystle Cole

    September 16, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Gallery 1001

    An exhibition reception and book signing for Krystle Cole will be held at Gallery 1001, 10th and Main in Winfield, on Tuesday, September 16th, from 5pm-7:30pm. Live instrumental guitar by Clayton Crawford will make this reception a must-see for patrons of the downtown Music Crawl that evening.

  18. Young Professionals of Cowley County Beer Garden

    September 16, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Parking Lot at 10th & Millington

  19. Winfield Main Street Downtown Walnut Valley Festival Hamburger Feed & Music Crawl

    September 16, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Downtown Winfield at 9th Avenue & Millington Street

    Help Winfield Main Street welcome Walnut Valley Festival attendees and fans to the community. Good food, entertainment, and prizes. Local BEST businesses will be having their "Bluegrass Blowout" sales and staying open late. Young Professionals of Cowley County will have a Beer Garden in the parking lot behind the Chamber of Commerce.

  20. 43rd Annual Walnut Valley Festival

    September 17 - September 21 @ Winfield Fairgrounds

    The 42nd Annual Walnut Valley Festival and National Flatpicking Championship is world renowned for its music featuring the best in bluegrass and acoustic musicians.

  21. "Make-It, Take-It" Class - Fall Twine Monogram

    September 18, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Winfield Arts & Humanities Council, Conference Room

    Join us to make this cute monogram fall door decor. You get to wrap the letter of your choice and create the flowers with burlap or felt. You can keep it neutral or add some fall colors. This will be something you can keep up all fall and is sure to get many compliments. Please be sure to specify what letter you plan to make during enrollment. RSVP is required, payment accepted at time of class.

  22. Walnut Valley Farmer's Market

    September 20, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Parking lot west of the Winfield Aquatic Center

  23. Last Run Car Show

    September 26 - September 28 @ Paris Park

    Craft show and vendors, Friday evening party, model cars, entertainment and games, Saturday Night Cruise, Ladies Coffe & Tea

  24. Quail Valley Farms PumpkinFest

    September 26 - October 26 @ Quail Valley Farms

    Activities include: Pumpkin patch, jumping pillow, hayrack ride, paddle boats, barrel train, fishing, hay bale maze, gigantic hill slides, tire animal swings, corn kernel sandbox, inflatable bouncing horse track, and much more!

  25. Walnut Valley Farmer's Market

    September 27, 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Parking lot west of the Winfield Aquatic Center

  26. PETPALOOZA

    September 27, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Black Creek Park

    We don't have a dog park in Cowley County, you say? Oh, but we will--for one day only! Actually, we will have TWO off-leash dog parks (one for the big dogs and one for the little ones) at the pet event of the year, our PETPALOOZA on Sep 27th at Black Creek Park in Winfield, 10-3. Bring your dog, and have some fun! Admission is free.

  27. "Make-It, Take-It" Class - Prikboard

    September 30, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Winfield Arts & Humanities Council, Conference Room

    In our busy lives we all need someplace to stick up reminders, notes, or just fun pictures. Why not make it something fun? Join us to make round fabric-covered prikboards complete with cute tacks that are sure to brighten up you space. You get to personalize it with the fabric of your choice. RSVP is required, payment accepted at time of class