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- Seventh Annual Fried Chicken Dinner: June 14, 11:00am
- Bonnie & Clyde Shootout at Dexfield Park Symposium: July 18, 8:00am - Noon
- Forth Annual Christmas in July: July 25, 9:00am - 1:30pm
- Dexter Fall Festival: Aug 28-30
- Harry S. Truman Comes to Dexter: Sept 19, 1:30pm - 3:00pm
- 13th Annual Holiday Bazar: Nov 21, 8:00am - 1:30pm
Hasn't been much going on with the website lately. I've been ignoring it, because life has been busy. But, I spent some time getting all caught up posting Weez's Words and I've turned the Webcam back on for all you types that think you have to go south for the winter. We don't want you to miss out on all the fun the weather is bringing us here. Everyone have a great Holiday and pray for Peace around the world.
It's out!! Get it while it's hot!! Click here to see all the details. Don't miss a moment.
Hear the real story about the biggest shoutout in Dallas County history from one of the finest local orators, Rod Stanley. There will be additional speakers, artifacts, cars and weapons. Opportunities will be available to visit the historical marker north of Dexter where the shootout took place. Stay tuned for further information.
8:00am Roundhouse Opens - Bonnie and Clyde pictures and books on sale.
8:30am Walk through Dexter Tour - Pick up a map for locations of Bonnie & Clyde visits for food, medicines, etc. Tour the Dexter Museum and view Bonnie & Clyde artifacts.
10:00am - 12:00pm Programs begins at the Roundhouse - quetions will be taken by all speakers.
Vendors, vendors, and more vendors for your shopping pleasure at the Historic Roundhouse. Get a headstart on your Christmas shopping or just enjoy the variety of offerings from garden items to jewelry in air conditioned comfort. Cinnamon roll and lunch served.
The Roundhouse will be hosting the Seventh Annual Fried Chicken Dinner on Sunday, June 14 at 11 am.
Bring everyone you know to the Historic Roundhouse for the best fried chicken in the midwest and tasty homemade sides and desserts. You can learn about the interesting history of the Historic Roundhouse by following the wall displays surrounding the inside of the building.
I finally got tired of waiting for the old server host to restore my data, so I pulled a backup copy from 02/14. It's my bad that I didn't have a newer copy, but at least I don't have to start over from scratch. I plan on reloading all of the Weezy words over the next couple of days. There's going to be a few thing that are going to go missing for good, but I'm looking forward to getting on with adding some new stuff. Thanks for you patience.
The company that is mapping the world has been back though our fine town. This time they picked a bright sunny day and spent some time here. Looks like they mapped most of the town. All the major paved (?) streets seem to have been covered. It's an interesting exercise to try to find your house and see how bad the yard looks. You can check it out on the Google Map page starting with a fine shot of downtown.