WB MUD Snow Day!
Saturday, January 21 • 1-5pm
Willow Bend Pool Parking Lot
❄ FREE ADMISSION!
❄ THREE LANE Large Tubing Hill
❄ Smaller Hill for Younger Children
❄ Concessions Available
WB MUD Valentine’s Day Family Dance
Tuesday, February 14 • 6:30-8:30pm
WB Rec. Center • 3000 Shoreline Drive
This fun family event is free and open to all ages! Everyone is invited to come dance the night away on an open dance floor, to the sounds of a live band. The Wells Branch MUD will provide snacks, drinks, and roses for the ladies! Bring the family out and share the love!
WB MUD St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Concert in the Park
Friday, March 17 • 7:00-8:00pm
KF Park • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive
Wear your green and come experience Celtic heritage with the Silver Thistle Pipes and Drums as they lead a parade through Wells Branch’s Katherine Fleischer Park. The short parade will end at the Wells Branch Community Center courtyard where guests will continue to be entertained by the band and traditional dances. Wells Branch Community Church will provide face painting and temporary tatoos.
WB MUD Dog Fair
Saturday, March 18 • 10am-1pm
KF Park • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive
Calling all dogs! Free to all! Come and visit the many booths hosted by local veterinarians and other pet-oriented businesses. Enroll your pooch to win prizes in one of the many free and fun competitions including Best Trick, Fastest Dog, Best Dressed, Dog & Owner Look-A-Like and our prestigious Wells Branch King and Queen contest. All dogs attending the event must be must be current on their vaccinations, on a leash and under owner’s control at all times. No aggressive dogs please.
EXTREME CLEAN Saturday, January 14
Wells Branch Maintenance Yard • 13905 Thermal
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WBNA Annual Safety Seminar
TCSO Captain Craig Smith
Sunday, December 11 • 4:30pm
WB Community Center, 2106 Klattenhoff
To view a complete recording of Captain Smith’s presentation, click HERE.
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Holiday Safety Tips
by Debby Thompson, WBNA President & WB Neighborhood Watch Coordinator
With the bustle of the holidays just around the corner, make sure you’re taking every precaution possible to keep your home and family safe and secure. We usually see an increase in opportunistic crime this time of year; please remain vigilant.
Keep your blinds and drapes closed when away, even if only for a short period of time.
Keep your house well lit at night (backyard included). A motion sensor activated light is an inexpensive deterrent.
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Holiday Home Decorating Contest • Judging is UNDERWAY!
Break out the tinsel and holly! Deck the halls, yard, trees, cars, dogs, cats… Let’s show some good ole WB spirit! The WBNA is sponsoring the Holiday Home Decorating Contest again this year! Judging will begin on Sunday, December 11. For more details, please visit our website at wbna.us. If you’d like to help judge or nominate a home, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure and watch for the “Winners” as we post signs in their yards and feature the homes on Facebook and wbna.us! Categories include: Most Original, Most Traditional, Most Elaborate, Best Use of Lights, Most Energy Efficient, Visible from Space and Most Patriotic.
Polar Express Pajamarama • Friday, December 16 • 6:00 & 7:00pm • WB Library
All aboard, for WBCL’s yearly Polar Express Pajamarama! Enjoy holiday crafts, hot cocoa and cookies, a bedtime reading of The Polar Express and a special visit from Santa Friday, December 16 at 6:00pm & 7:00pm! No registration required. See wblibrary.org for details.
Night Before Christmas Celebration • Saturday, December 24 • 5:30pm • WB Rec. Ctr.
Wells Branch Community Church and Abundant Life Church will be coming together to host a Christmas Eve service at the Wells Branch Rec. Center appropriately titled “Night Before Christmas”. The service begins at 5:30pm and all are invited. Come join in the celebration of the true meaning of Christmas as neighbors sing carols and creatively remember the Christmas story. You won’t want to miss what is in store this Christmas Eve so make sure to bring the whole family out to celebrate the holiday season!”