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Christmas Open House

Each year in December City Hall opens its doors to the residents of Bowling Green and Warren County during our annual Christmas Open House. This year will be no exception as we will welcome guests on Friday, December 11th, 2015 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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This year, renovations to City Hall have recently been completed and we invite you to look around at all the changes to this historic building. Carpet, paint, artwork, and more has been updated in this building.

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Citizens are encouraged to attend the open house to meet the elected officials and City staff who work for the City of Bowling Green. As always, we will have great food, conversation, music and more during this event.

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Appetizers, punch and dessert will be provided by Cambridge Market which always gets rave revues from those who joins us.

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In addition to visiting with staff, be sure to pick up a copy of our 2015/2016 Calendar and Annual Report. Each year, the City releases a 12-month calendar that features pictures of Bowling Green with a theme.  This year will highlight the “sunrises and sunsets of Bowling Green.”  Along with beautiful photography comes information on our budget, past projects, future ideas and general information of what government has done for you over the past year.

Be sure to join us downtown for Holiday Cheer!

 

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3 Responses to “Christmas Open House”

  1. Larry Fiehn says:

    The City should be having a “Holiday” open house, but it should NOT be called a “Christmas” open house, as this constitutes an endorsement of one particular religion.

  2. John maggio says:

    Xmas has been more secularized than ever before. As long as they don’t have religious displays and/or prayers, as an atheist I have no problem. Would be better to call it a holiday gathering, yes, but I think we have larger issues dealing with christian privilege than this. Maybe this will put them in a spirit of kindness when dealing with refugees that are running for their lives because we decided to invade Iraq and leave it in total chaos. Merry Xmas and happy holidays to all.

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