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WEEKLY NEWS AND INFO FROM THE CITY OF ANNISTON
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MAY 24, 2017

Splish, Splash!
City splash pads open this Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 27, 28 and 29, from 10 AM until 6 PM daily, for the Memorial Day weekend. Splash pads are located at Zinn Park, 101 West 14th Street, and Norwood Park, 515 West 28th Street, Anniston. Photo courtesy S. Williamson.

Local Scene
@lovephotog captured this beautiful late afternoon landscape of Anniston. Enjoy! (Reposted with permission.)

Family Heritage Festival
and Music Concert

Saturday, June 17, Zinn Park

This year’s event features the soulful sound of R&B artist Omar Cunningham and an outstanding line-up of regional talent. Bring the lawn chair and prepare to be entertained! Food vendors, kids' zone, splash pad and more. Gates open at 1:00 PM. More here...

Presented by Anniston Parks & Recreation Department. For details, contact Charles “DJ Chazz” Barclay at (256) 453-2724 or Anniston Parks & Recreation at (256) 236-8221.

Alabama Department of Transportation Public Involvement Meeting on proposed Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
Thursday, May 25 from 4 to 7 PM

Anniston City Meeting Center, Room A
To review the plan in advance, contact ALDOT at (334) 353-6554.

SCHEDULES

CITY HALL CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 29 FOR MEMORIAL DAY

ANNISTON CITY COUNCIL MEETS
 MONDAY, JUNE 5, 5:30 PM

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ZONE MAP
ORDINANCES
THINGS TO DO!
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Street Closure

Friday, May 26, beginning at 4:30 P.M.

1000 block of Noble Street and portions of 11th st. between Wilmer and Gurnee closed for Makers' Market. Atlanta Ave to remain open. All streets should reopen by 9 P.M. Details: (256) 231-7704.

THE Downtown Market

Every Saturday,
8 AM to 12 noon, behind Anniston City Hall

Commencements
HIGH SCHOOLS
Thursday, May 25
   Anniston, 7 PM
   Faith, 7 PM
   Oxford High, 7 PM
   Piedmont, 7 PM,
   Saks, 8 PM,
   Weaver, 1 PM
   Wellborn, 8 PM
   White Plains, 10 AM
 
Friday, May 26
   Donoho, 7 PM

Friday, May 26
This week's Makers' Market is on the 1000 block of Noble Street. Shop for unique arts & crafts and locally grown ingredients, listen to live music, take a historic walking tour, visit vintage autos, and more! Events begin at 6 PM.
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P.O. Box 2168, Anniston, AL 36202
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