More events can be found in the Mayor's bi-monthly newsletters.

October 2019

Deck the Downtown

Order here

Deck your halls with boughs of holly,

Doing it for our downtown makes us all jolly…

Don we now your home's holiday apparel,

While you help Main Street Greenwood sing a carol!

Nothing is more fun than decorating your home for the holidays, unless that’s doing it for a good cause! At Main Street Greenwood, we want your holiday home to not only be a showpiece, but to help us continue to promote, preserve, and economically develop our downtown! So whether you live near or far, deck your home with proceeds helping Main Street Greenwood! You can have your greenery delivered directly to your home or pick it up on December 7, during our Red and Greenwood Saturday events! Orders are due November 6, 2019!

2nd Annual Witches Ride

10/24/19  5:30pm - 9:00pm
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Join us for our 2nd Annual Witches Ride through downtown! We will parade on bicycles and party at the Alluvian after!

To benefit the Leflore County Humane Society.

Mayor’s Annual Pumpkin Patch

10/26/19  9:00am - 12:00pm
Cost: Free
Location Information:
Rail Spike Pavilion, at the corner of Main and Johnson

Join us for Mayor McAdams' Annual Pumpkin Patch! There will be pumpkins for the kids to decorate and lots of supplies to decorate them with. All you have to do is show up and have a fun time decorating and treat-or-treating with the vendors at the market.

November 2019

11.05.19 City Council Meeting

11/05/19  4:00pm - 5:30pm
Phone Number: 662-453-2246 ext. 109
Location Information:
Council Chambers on the second floor of Greenwood City Hall, 101 W Church Street

December 2019

Delta Band Festival / Christmas Parade

12/06/19  5:00pm - 7:00pm
Cost: Free to the public
Phone Number: 662-453-4152

Celebrated for 84 years and begun by legendary Greenwood High School band director Roy Martin, the Delta Band Festival/Christmas Parade in Greenwood boasts numerous high school and university bands from four states, an array of themed floats, decorative vehicles, mascots, beauties, and walking and performing groups.  The parade route stretches for more than two miles beginning in historic downtown Greenwood and makes its way across the Yazoo River and passes down Grand Boulevard.  The evening ends with a spectacular fireworks show over the Yazoo River.