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What’s happening in Wellington this week? Read on to find out!
Spargetoberfest 5K time is just around the corner! Saturday, September 18, from 9 a.m. You can register for the event up to the day of the event. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spargetoberfest-5k-tickets-153239831461
Spargetoberfest is a 5K Rin / Walk in support of the Wellington American Legion and the Wellington-Waverly Kiwanis Club. 100% of the proceeds go to local veterans, ensuring that every youth has the opportunity to participate in sports programs.
Lots of fun is planned for the day including games, food and music after the 5km. Their committee announced the line-up of the dunk tanks, so watch out if you feel like diving into any of these contestants.
11:00 a.m., Mayor Troy Hamman
11:30 a.m., Dennis Hipsag (which you may know from Facebook)
12:00 noon, Deputy Fire Brigade Marshal Everett Pettit
12:30 p.m. Matt Beeners, Owner of Fitness1
1:00 p.m. Nic Redavid, branch manager at Meridian
1:30 p.m. John Kummrow, Integrated Physiotherapy
2:00 p.m. Brandon Neckle of the Old Colorado Brewing Company
2:30 p.m. Wayne Stober, Spargetoberfest Director of Fun
To learn more or to register, visa https://www.spargetoberfest.com
Wellington Cruise Night will take place on September 14, 2021. Did you know Wellington has a cruise night? Every second Tuesday of the month, people meet at Taco Johns at 5 p.m. The event lasts 3 hours, with the largest participation around 6:30 p.m. All years, makes and models are welcome. You can find out more on their Facebook page by searching for Wellington Cruise Night.
Women of Wellington, hosted by the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce, will take place on September 15, 2021 at Sparge Brewing from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Join in to learn more about Rich and Leslie Efird’s journey into the brewery and the great things they do in the community. Visitors are given a tour of the brewery. Dill’s Maine Lobster Shack Food Truck will be there for the event. The address is 3999 GW Bush Avenue. All genders are welcome.
The Main Street Market 2021 was a success! And the committee is looking for your feedback on what could be improved. If you have participated in the market, please complete this survey.
Big thanks to everyone who was there. Feedback from vendors and business owners in the downtown area has been positive. The nine-week Farmers Market event, held on Thursday evening, drew lots of people to downtown Wellington. There were special family-friendly events every week, which provided a great excuse to get out.
The committee that helped organize this event consisted of Kelly Carol, Gary Green, Emma Hanson, Sarah Braun, Erin Jerome, Adrienne McCormick, Hannah Poch, Shirrell Tietz, Mario Quinonez, Linda Stoddard, and Annie Lindgren. Thank you for your volunteer hours and dedication to making this event a success in the first year of the Wellington Main Street Program.
The planning for the market next year is in progress. Sellers can register as early as January 2022. The committee plans to change the dates and times for the Thursday night market to allow for a later season. For more information, visit https://wellingtonmainstreet.org/mainstreetmarket.
Main Street Market, July 2021, Photo Credit Annie Lindgren
For Wellington news, contact Annie at email@example.com.
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