The Annual Winthrop Holiday Parade has been a time-honored tradition for the last 33 years. Hundreds of people come to downtown Winthrop to enjoy the festive, family-fun holiday event. This annual parade is a wonderful opportunity to advertise your business or organization and showcase your holiday creativity. Your participation can be as simple as having a couple of people in costumes walking with a banner—or a full-scale float loaded with decorations.
What is the scope of the opiate addiction problem in the Winthrop Lakes Region?
Winthrop Police Chief Ryan Frost and Winthrop Ambulance Service Chief John Dovinsky will discuss that topic Thursday, April 7th, 7:15 to 8:30 am at the Winthrop Commerce Center Community Room, Main Street, Winthrop.
Frost and Dovinsky will talk about the Winthrop area’s opiate addiction, what's being done to address it, and what is needed to confront this growing problem.
Winthrop’s Sidewalk Art Festival offers regional artists a wonderful opportunity to showcase their work to residents and visitors in the Winthrop Lakes Region. Over the years, the festival has become much more than just a showcase for artists. It serves as the anchor event for a day-long celebration of the region. The festival draws hundreds of people to enjoy outstanding art, local music, recreation on our lakes and trails, and a variety of delicious food from local restaurants and nonprofit organizations.