May, 28|| No Comments |
The Providence of Freedom, an 18th Century Living History presentation takes place on Saturday, May 30, 2015, on the Servant Heart Farm, adjacent to Wilmore’s Centennial Park. This primitive encampment will represent a time period from the French & Indian war through 1800 on the frontier.
Visitors will stroll through a grove of trees adjacent to a creek, passing by campsites with reenactors in period costumes cooking over camp fires, crafting and selling period wares and telling tall tales! Expect to meet Francis Asbury, Daniel Boone, Ostenaco, Chief Cornstalk and other frontier settlers and merchants.
Hours are 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Admission is free but donations to cover reenactors travel expenses are accepted. Enter at Centennial Park off Kinlaw Drive. Sponsored by Servant Heart Farm and the Wilmore Community Development Board.
May, 11|| No Comments |
Gone are the days of SNAIL MAIL! We want to communicate critical information to you in the easiest, most efficient way possible including TEXT, PHONE, EMAIL or any combination of the three. You pick where, you pick how and we’ll notify you!
Recent events in cities throughout the country have left law enforcement and local officials scrutinizing their emergency response plans. Part of any response includes communicating critical information to the residents of Wilmore. The city council also recognizes the need to share time sensitive information about many non-emergency situations. Road closures due to construction, downed trees, broken water lines, power outages, festival cancellations, suspicious activities are just a few of the situations of which you will want to be informed.
To improve our ability to communicate with you, we have made a special arrangement with Reach Alert to provide a city-wide notification service. We encourage every family to register for this service. Registration is simple and takes about one minute to complete. You decide how you want to receive alerts: text message, voice advisories, and/or email.
Click here for registration instructions.