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Clear your home of unwanted items by selling them at Wentzville's annual Spring Yard Sale or enjoy a fun shopping expedition by hunting down the best bargains! For $6 you can list your sale. Each sale will receive an official City yard sale sign. Deadline to list your sale is APR 24. Shoppers may purchase booklets beginning APR 26 at City Hall, Progress Park or the Utility Service Center for $2. Each booklet comes with a map to help you locate the bargains!
Join hundreds of volunteers to help restore Peruque and Dry Branch creeks. These bodies of water are important to the health of our community and support a variety of wildlife. Register as an individual, family, or organization (ages 6 and up). Register by MAR 17, to guarantee a free T-shirt. The cleanup runs 9-11A, and volunteers are invited back to the park for a light lunch and the GM festival.
Your dog will bark for bones when all kinds of dog treats and bones will be hidden for your furry friends. Your dog will be allowed to try to find as many goodies as possible. Dogs must remain on leashes at all times. Don't forget to bring a basket to put your treats in! After the hunting ends, each dog will receive a "doggie bag" to take home. We will also draw for door prizes. Dogs and their owners may roam around in the park after the event and take advantage of our trail, which is a little over a mile in length and loops around the lake. Must turn in proof of vaccinations when registering your pet. (Min 25/Max 75)
Admission and reserved table to view the Total Solar Eclipse of the Sun August 21 at noon. Eclipse Viewing Package includes 10 hot dogs, 10 chips, 10 sodas, 10 ice creams and 10 solar viewing glasses. Tables will be assigned on first come first serve basis being closest to the door.
This program will take place at Liberty High School Tennis Courts. This four-session program is an introduction to the game of tennis. Participants will engage in a series of active instructional lessons that will lead to supervised play. The lessons provide instruction and emphasize the fun, social aspect of tennis. Tennis balls will be provided, but participants must have their own racquet. Participants must register a week before the first class.
What makes a tree planting successful for the life of a tree? Find out in this informative, hands-on tree planting demonstration provided by Wentzville Parks and Recreation's Horticulture & Forestry Division. You will learn how to choose a quality tree, why planting depth matters and many other tree planting tips for success. This seminar will be led by Danny Moncheski, community forester for the Missouri Department of Conservation. Attendees will have an opportunity to plant a tree in the park after the demonstration, so bring your favorite shovel and gloves and invest in our Wentzville Parks! Minimum class size is eight; please RSVP by April 20 to avoid cancellation.
Bring more harmony into your life and reduce stress in mind and body. This class will increase your flexibility, strength and well-being using yoga postures, meditation and breathing. (Min 6/Max 25)
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