After weeks of speculation and input from several members of the community, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke announced the finalized plan for a celebration to honor Evansville native and Olympic gold medalist, Lilly King, during a press conference Tuesday morning at Bosse Field.
The annual Girls in Bloom event is open to 5th through 8th grade girls, and seeks to raise self esteem through creative expression, raise awareness to diversity, social and cultural issues and increase community involvement through a variety of workshops.
A parent's number one priority when taking a trip across town, or across the country is ensure their child is safely secured in their car seat before leaving the driveway. Make sure you're doing it right by stopping by St. Mary's free Car Seat Clinic on Wednesday.
Earth Day falls on April 22nd this year which is a Tuesday, and we all know that no one party's on a Tuesday. Which I assume is the reason the Franklin Street Events Association will host their Earth Day celebration a few days earlier on Saturday, April 19th with a day full of activities for residents of all ages.
Since entering office, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke has made promoting better health and fitness to Evansville residents a top priority for his administration. That promotion continues this Saturday (January 18th) at Swonder Ice Arena during the next installment of the monthly "Fitness in the Park" series.
Santa Claus is coming to town, and he's stopping by Acorn Plaza at the corner of 10th and Franklin Street on Evansville's west side to visit with the kids during the second weekend of the the West Side Nut Club's, "Santa Land."
Colder weather won't stop Mayor Lloyd Winnecke's "Fitness in the Park" program from helping Evansville residents get in better shape as the next event in the series will move indoors to Swonder Ice Arena this Saturday morning.