- Mule Day Flea Market and Food Vendor forms are available for download. See links in left-hand column. Additional forms will be added as they are available.
- City Council Meeting 1st & 3rd Tuesday @ 6pm-Winfield City Hall (Except Holidays)
- Traffic Court 1st & 3rd Monday@ 3pm-Winfield City Hall (Except Holidays)
- Annual Memorial Service for the Winfield City Cemetery will be the fourth Sunday, May 26, 2013 at 2 p.m. Any family members or lot owners that would like to contribute to the perpetual care fund, can send donations to the City Cemetery Fund care of Citizens Bank P.O. Box 550 Winfield, Al 35594.
- City Hall will be closed May 27, 2013 in observance of Memorial Day.
- Holiday garbage schedule for Memorial Day-May 27, 2013. Monday, May 27 garbage will be collected on Tuesday, May 28
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Willy Wonka is Coming to the Pastime Theatre
Coming to Winfield, the Pastime Theatre and Self Express Productions present "Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka" - a musical adaptation of the classic story, with a cast of all children!
Who hasn't wished for a tour of the greatest chocolate factory in the world? Charlie Bucket and four other children get their wish. Watch and listen as they take the candy coated trip of a lifetime! You'll recognize songs like "The Candy Man" and "I Want It Now," and learn some new favorite tunes as well!
Mac McAnally to Perform at Pastime Theatre
Pastime Theatre is proud to announce that Mac McAnally will be in concert Saturday June 1, 2013 @ 7:00p.m. The tickets are $30 with the option of a meal prior to the show for an additional $15.00.
Mac is on tour with Jimmy Buffett and many artists have recorded his songs. A couple you will be familiar with recently recorded are by Kenny Chesney- "Back Where I come From" and " Down the Road." These tickets will go fast. Call to reserve yours now! For more info call 205-487-3002.
Mark Lowry Concert Re-scheduled
Last Updated on Saturday, 12 January 2013 12:21
We regret to announce that the Mark Lowry Unplugged and Unplanned Concert had to be re-scheduled for June 22, 2013.
Mark had an at home accident and is unble to travel at this time. Those holding tickets for this concert will still be able to use them on the re-schedule date. If you no longer wish to use your tickets, you may return them for a refund ($18.75 for season-ticket holders and $25.00 for individual tickets). You must request your refund by May 25, 2013.
If you have any questions feel free to call the Pastime Theatre Office at 205-487-3002.
Pastime Theatre Complex
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Restoration of the historic Pastime Theatre was the first major project undertaken by Winfield Main Street. Bob Henger, former administrator of Carraway Northwest (now Northwest Medical Center) is credited with having the vision to restore this old historic building. The theatre was built in 1937 by local laborers Elwood Smith, Sim Tidwell and Little Boy Tidwell; carpenters Arlon Trull, S. Trull and Radburg Bryant; and brick masons Penny Trull and Al Smith. The theatre opened in 1938 as a movie theatre with a stage large enough for vaudeville productions. The theatre was owned by Mr. and Mrs. George T. Thornton and daughter Glenera R. Horn and her husband R. J. Horn. In 1965 Jack Lane and Frances Borders purchased and operated the theatre through the 1970’s. It reopened under different management for a short period in the 1980’s, but closed permanently in the mid ‘80’s. The A. P. Seals family purchased the building in 1993, and it sat vacant until purchased by Main Street in late 2000.
The theatre was very dilapidated and was literally home to the pigeons. Under the direction of Bob Henger, the first phase of the restoration included roof, floors, walls, ceiling, electrical, plumbing, and heating and air conditioning. Layers of paint on the front of the building were stripped down to the original yellow glazed brick.
Winfield Hampton Inn Receives Honors
Wednesday, 24 October 2012 14:12
At the regular monthly meeting of the Winfield Chamber of Commerce on October 23, 2012, Mary Gentry, General Manager at the Winfield Hampton Inn reported that the Winfield hotel was ranked as the top Hampton Inn for the entire state of Alabama during the 3rd Quarter of 2012. For that same period, the hotel was ranked at number 10 out of 1076 Hampton Inns in the US!
The Chamber of Commerce and the City of Winfield congratulate the staff and management of the Hampton Inn for this accomplishment!
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2013 Mule Day Forms
The following forms are available for download for Mule Day 2013. Additional forms will be added as they become available.
Note: These two forms are for Food Vendors and Flea Market Vendors ONLY. Arts & Crafts forms will be added as soon as they are available.
Don't be stubborn!
Go ahead and make plans to be at Mule Day in Winfield!
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