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Fall 2018 257X200 NEWSWentzville's Citywide Yard Sale is Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22. This is a perfect opportunity to purge those unused items before the seasons change. Just think, you'll have a cleaner house for the holidays! For $6 you can list your sale in our yard sale booklet. You have the option to have a sale one day or two. The deadline to list your sale is Monday, Sept. 17. Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 19, shoppers may purchase a yard sale booklet at City Hall or Progress Park for $2.

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The Fall Festival is a brand-new, two-day celebration taking place on Friday, Sept. 21 from 6-11 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 22 from 12-11 p.m. on the streets of Historic Downtown Wentzville. This family-friendly event is free and includes live entertainment, kids' activities, food, art and craft vendors and much more! Vendors wanted: craft, art and food. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For questions about sponsorship opportunities or to get involved, please contact Patrick Logel at (636) 639-2084 or



Put on your costumes and head over to the Station 1 Firehouse on Luetkenhaus Boulevard at 11 a.m. on Oct. 27 for the always-popular Monster Mash Trunk-or-Treat! This FREE event is sponsored by the Wentzville Firefighters Community Outreach and Wentzville Parks and Recreation Department. Every child (14 and under) will receive their own pumpkin! All who preregister will receive a hot dog, bag of chips and drink. Families will be able to enjoy games, face painting, activities, the Bubble Bus, and will "trunk-or-treat" during this two-hour event. *Registration for this program will open on Sept. 1.


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Be the first to enjoy our Holiday Night Lights display on Nov. 17 with a 5K or one-mile run! The Holiday Night Lights 5K will take you through the light display at Rotary Park just in time to see the lights before the holiday season kicks off! (Note: First portion of 5K will leave Rotary Park and enter Stonemoor Subdivision). This race is fun for the entire family. *Registration starts at 3 p.m.; race starts at 4:50 p.m. The first 100, 5K entrants will also receive a custom race shirt! To guarantee shirt size, please register by Oct. 17. *Registration for this program will open on Sept. 1.
Complete the form here and send to or to Progress Park.



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