Fulton’s Windmill Cultural Center to hold final program of the season

The Windmill Cultural Center (WCC) in Fulton, Ill., a city just across the Iowa border, recently announced it will be hosting its final program of the season on March 29.


The Windmill Cultural Center (WCC) in Fulton, Ill., a city just across the Iowa border, recently announced it will be hosting its final program of the season on March 29.

The event, Wild Winter Wednesdays, is run by the WCC’s Volunteer Educators and includes a bake off, bake sale, silent auction and a presentation of “Art and Society in 16th Century Netherlands,” the first in a series of films about 17th-century Holland.

 

The day kicks off with coffee, tea and samples of the 2017 Mill Flour Bake Off entries. Those who would like to enter the bake off should bring two items, one for the competition and one to be sold during the bake sale, which will run throughout the day.

 

WCC's volunteer educators will also run the silent auction.

The event is free and open to the public and is made possible through funding from the Fulton Association for Community Enrichment.

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