Due to a lack of registrations, Nutrition Class on January 21 has been canceled. Please join us at City Hall to hear from a Nutritionist/Dietician about healthy eating habits, diabetes, and high cholesterol. This class will cost $2 per person. Please call City Hall at 913-893-6231 to reserve your spot.
The City Council is the governing body responsible for discussing and guiding the overall direction of the City through the adoption of City policy, ordinances, and resolutions. Packets are published for public view on the Monday evening the week of a City Council meeting. You can find the agendas and packets here.
Are you a Bob Ross-in-training? Or could a toddler paint better? Create the Northern Lights Winter Nights painting below and have a great time with your friends in this painting class taught by a Kansas City-area artist. Ages 16+ Register by January 8. Minimum registrants required to hold class: 15
Raise your pinkies and get ready for a tea party! All princesses can get their hair and nails done, create magic wands and tiaras and enjoy tea and other snacks. Don't forget to wear your prettiest princess dress for this tea party! Saturday, Feb 1 at 9:30 a.m. Edgerton Community Hall Ages 2-10 Cost is $5 each Register today ...
Hand Sewing Ages 6-10 $10 per class Register by January 31st To register, go to https://edgerton.recdesk.com/Community/Home Registration for each class is required. Register for each project separately by the deadline.
The Planning Commission meets at City Hall every second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. The commission is comprised of five members appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council to serve a three-year term. Find the agenda and meeting packets here.
UPDATE: Valentine's String Art Class has been canceled. Keep an eye out for more classes through Edgerton Parks and Recreation. Give your decor a retro vibe with a Valentine-themed string art class. Taught by local artisan Katee Smith, you'll be creating your own art project to take home or give to your sweetheart! Ages 12 and up The class ...
Beat those winter doldrums with a fun afternoon at Community Hall! Children ages 5-12 will build with LEGOs, create take-home crafts, make Valentine's for local nursing home residents and so much more! Cost is $5 per child. Registration is required at edgerton.recdesk.com. Minimum: 5; Maximum: 20
Edgerton Mayor Donald Roberts will deliver his annual State of the City speech at Community Hall. Please make plans to attend to hear about the progress we've made over the last year and exciting things to come in 2020.