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Winterville Center for Community and Culture

The Winterville Center is housed in the old Winterville High School which sat vacant for sixty years. The last graduating class walked through its doors in 1956. As the ravages of time took a toll on the once proud building, the roof began to leak, windows were broken. Mold and mildew covered the walls and no one seemed to care. What a difference in 2016. Through the combined efforts of Winterville citizens and city leaders, a rebirth has taken place. The building is proud once again.
 

So what is the Winterville Center? We are a regional enrichment center serving adults of all ages. Adults participate in both day & evening activities and classes. The Center Lecture Series features experts in the cultural, arts and academic disciplines. The 100-foot Hallway Art Exhibit showcases local artists and is rotated every two months.  Visit our unique honor system Coffee House Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.. The first Thursday of every month we have a Senior Potluck Luncheon & Lecture with special guest speakers, entertainment or a demonstration.  Pick up a schedule of classes while you are here.  There are so many reasons to stop by and visit us!

Monday through Friday

Marigold Coffee House
Winterville Center for Community and Culture 
Open from 8:30 am to 3 pm.

Winterville Center for Community and Culture 
Marigold Coffee House, 371 North Church Street, Winterville
Open Monday-Friday from 8:30 am to 3 pm.
 
FRIDAYS ONLY - Beginning September 29th, except for staff, the first person to arrive at the Marigold Coffee House will receive a FREE cup of coffee.  However, it won't always be the first person or a free cup of coffee... it will be different each Friday. Perhaps it will be the third person who arrives, or the 7th.  Maybe you'll get a free donut or a nutrition bar. Can you get here in time?  Maybe it will be the first person in the door at 9:30 am.  You just never know.
 
Enjoy the company of friends as you sit around tables sipping coffee and eating donuts. Chew the fat, play a game, read the paper... we even have Wi-Fi so bring your laptop or note pad. Bring your own up to 10 oz. coffee mug and leave it here for your next visit.
    
We are a HELP YOURSELF and HONOR SYSTEM COFFEE HOUSE. 706-742-0823

Suggested donation:
     Coffee $1.00 
     Donuts $1.00

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Our Wish List

Wish List

No, this isn't Santa's list, rather it is to you, our supporters of the Winterville Center.  As most nonprofits, our funds are few and needs are great.  We really have what we need to get by, but a few perks would really make our work and programs more efficient.  As we introduce more programs we try to start with the most basic of supplies and equipment.  Through the very generous donations, we have already received we were able to set up our office.  So, if you are feeling particularly generous and happen to have some new or like-new items on our list, please consider donating them.  Of course, we will also accept cash toward the purchase of these items. Your donation is an investment in our community and culture.

 

Coffee House/Kitchen Wish List

Three-shelf food/utility service cart

Keurig  Commercial Brewing System

Acrylic donation box


Office Wish List

Binding machine

Label maker


Building/ Outdoors

Bike rack

Cement Patio Furniture / Benches


Extreme Wish

An Elevator ($40K) - so we can start remodeling the second story rooms for even more activities.

 

Want to become a Community Center sponsor?

We'd like to make some space to highlight a few people and a group of local businesses and services that support WCCC through donations and in-kind gifts. These folks have been supporters since our opening in March of 2016 and we would like to form new and rewarding relationships with more of you. It's gratifying to know that our presence in the community is appreciated and supported through the partnerships that we form.  We graciously thank you for your cash and in-kind donations.

Next time you use any of these services or visit a business that supports WCCC be sure to let them know that you appreciate their support for our organization and what it brings to the community. If you'd like to join the ranks of these WCCC friends and neighbors by becoming a sponsor please contact Jack Eisenman, Executive Director, at 706-742-0823.

Your name or your business name will be featured here on our website with a link to your website or Facebook page.

2016

Cash & In-kind:

Jack & Martha Beach
Paul Cameron
George Windate
Laurie Tweedell

2017

Bill & Frances Hammond
Silvia Elliott
Mr. & Mrs. Lyndon Tewksbury
American Legion Post #20

 

 

 

Contact us if you would like to give a cash

or in-kind donation (See our wish List above).

YELLOW DOT PROGRAM

We are now a YELLOW DOT Facility!

We are a Yellow Dot facility

The Yellow Dot program is designed to help first responders provide appropriate life-saving treatment during the first hour after a medical emergency.

A yellow, peach-shaped decal placed in the driver side rear window of a vehicle will alert first responders that vital medical information is stored in the glove compartment. The decal can also provide life-saving information to emergency personnel responding to in-home emergencies.

Georgia’s Yellow Dot Program is free and available to anyone. The medical information form in the Yellow Dot packet includes the participant’s name, photo, medical conditions, recent surgeries, current medications, allergies, emergency contact information and more. Local emergency personnel, Athens Regional Health System and St. Mary’s Health Care System have been trained to recognize the Yellow Dot information and use it to provide life-saving treatment.

The program is the result of a partnership between the Georgia Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services, the Georgia Department of Public Health, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and Alliant Georgia Medical Care Foundation.

Come to the Winterville Center for Community and Culture for your Yellow Dot packets.

Room Rentals Available

Book your next event at The Winterville Center for Community and Culture. We have a modern demonstration kitchen and a dining/activity room which seats 60 at round tables or 100 in theater-style arrangement.

Our community hall with kitchen is the perfect place for your Business Meeting, Wedding Reception, Family Reunion, Office Christmas Party, or Birthday Bash. Call 706-742-0823 for reservations.

Instructors WANTED

Art & Crafts
Crochet, Knitting or other needlework
Dance

Zumba
Extreme Couponing
Gentle Stretch Exercises for Seniors
Jewelry Making - Beading
Lecture Topics

Line Dancing
Mindfulness/Meditation

Cameo 3 (Silhouette ) Vinyl Cutter

If you are an instructor in any of the above categories or other type of class, please contact us at 706-742-0823.

Gift Cards

Purchase Convenient Punch Cards as Gift Cards

Purchase 4 or 8 session punch cards for yourself or as a gift for a family member or friend. 

Why are they convenient?  Because it allows a person to quickly have their card punched as they are signing in for their class session instead of waiting for change, credit card processing or writing a check. A nice gift envelope comes with the card.

Stop by our office and pick one up today!