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Hotrods In The Park – June 10, 2017 – PDF Flyer.
Farmers Market – May 13th to August 12th, 9-11 AM Saturdays – PDF Flyer.
Easter Egg Hunt – April 15th — PDF Flyer
Spring Clean Up – April 29th (to be rescheduled) — PDF Flyer
Fairland Christmas Parade
Saturday December 10, 2016, 12:pm
Click for Flyer PDF
COMMUNITY HARVEST CELEBRATION
Monday Oct 31,2016 @ the City Park 5:00pm til ?
The Fairland Volunteer Fire Dept., Fairland Police Dept., several area businesses & churches are sponsoring this event.
For information or donations please contact; Tonya Reynolds 918-848-0636 or Jeff Reynolds 918-848-0635
For more details, check the Fairland Hoot on Facebook
Fairland Fall Festival – Last Farmers Market of the Year
Saturday October 29, 2016 – Fairland City Park – 9am to 1 pm – Music, Events & Prizes
City-Wide Garage Sale
Oct. 1 8:00am-? Sign up at Mr.D's or Crafton’s Station & Tire by Sept. 27th to get yours on the list. Maps available there Sept. 29th. Sites available at the City Park-first come first serve. For more info call 918-409-8396.
Oct. 1st 8:00-? The Fairland Senior Center at 485 N. Main will be serving breakfast sandwiches, juice & coffee for $3.00 and will also have an indoor garage sale. Everyone welcome!
Hot Rods in the Park
The Fairland Strategic Planning Committee appreciates sponsorship and cooperation of Fairland area businesses and organizations.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Jim Love - 918.676.3737
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Sponsored by the Fairland Volunteer Fire Dept. and Fairland Assembly of God Church on Sat., March 26 starting at 3:00pm at the City Park. There will be age groups: 0-3 yrs, 4-6 yrs, 7-9 yrs and 10-12 yrs. There will be a 'Prize egg' in each age group.
New Trash Hauler Service. Due to the transition to a new trash hauler service starting Sept. 1st, residents will be receiving their new poly carts Aug. 30-31st. If you have not received your cart by September 1st, please contact Republic Services. Residents new pickup day will be on WEDNESDAYS. However, due to Labor Day holiday, service day will be delayed one day and will occur on Thursday, September 8th. After the first week, service day will be Wednesdays going forward. Residents will not have a pickup the last week of August. For those not wishing to wait, Republic Services will temporarily provide a roll-off container for household trash only located at the CITY BARN (OLD county barn) from August 31st thru September 7. Information outlining the new service will be attached to the poly cart and all extra trash will be picked up the first week of service with Republic Services. For any questions please contact Fairland City Hall or Republic Services at 1-800-627-1717.
Community One Call System. The City of Fairland, Fairland Police Dept and Fairland Fire Dept will provide a Community One Call System for residents of Fairland and the Protection District. The One Call System will be used as an added SEVERE STORM WARNING ALERT to all residents that are willing to sign up to receive calls from the One Call System. Click for Information.
The Fairland Business Crime Stopper Reward Fund. The Fund is a not for profit organization formed by private citizens and local businesses for the purpose of bringing the community together to fight area crime. Fund organizers are asking for your help by making a donation, gift or contribution, at The First Bank of Fairland. These funds will be used to provide rewards to the person or persons supplying information on a crime that leads to a conviction. The Fund is not affiliated with City Hall. Inquiries should be directed to Kristy Franklin, owner of Lil’ House of Hair and Nails at 918-676-5305 or 918-848-0317.
Playground Equipment. The Fairland school received a $10,000 grant from the Cherokee Tribe to purchase this awesome playground equipment. A special thanks to Rev. Jackie Crafton and the members of the First Assembly of God Church for assembling and erecting the equipment.