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2023-2024 Community Events

September 2023

🚒 FREE Community Safety Fair 🚓

Saturday, September 16, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at James Wood Middle School (1313 Amherst Street)

Enjoy this community event with Bright Futures, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, Winchester City Fire Department, Frederick County Fire Department, and more! Fire & Rescue Vehicles and Demos, Law Enforcement Demos, Vendors, Kid’s Zone, Dunk Tank, Chance Auction. For more information, including the schedule of the day, visit the Bright Futures Website.

🌟 FREE The Big Buzz Parenting Event 🌟

Saturday, September 16, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Douglas School (598 N Kent Street)

Are you a parent or soon-to-be parent looking for guidance and support in the wonderful journey of raising a child from birth through the early years? Look no further! The Big Buzz Parenting Event is here to equip you with the tools and knowledge you need to be a confident and successful parent. Free expert speakers, vendor booths, interactive classes, and complimentary lunch provided! For more information, visit the Baby Buzz Website.

Mexican Night In Winchester

Saturday, September 16, 3-9 p.m. at Jim Barnett Park Kiwanis Club Shelter 1 (1001 E Cork St)

Come celebrate the 213th anniversary of diplomatic relations and friendship between Mexico and the United States. Organized by the City of Winchester Mayor's Office, the Mexican Embassy Consular Section Washington DC, Mr. Víctor Hugo Ramírez Rodríguez, and Mrs. Thaiz Stevens.

schedule of eventsInfo in English

info in Spanish

WPRD Fall Athletic Programs

Registration deadlines are approaching quickly for Winchester Parks and Recreation athletic programs, and some are free!

🏀 Peewee basketball (ages 5-8) is FREE for City residents.
⛹️‍♀️ Drop In Gym Time is FREE for Handley students.

For more information, visit the WPRD Website.

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