The 2017 water Mill Community Club Calendar is available. Download the WMCC_Calendar by clicking on the link
The Water Mill Community Club will be hosting it’s Annual Winter Soup and Game Night, on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 6:00 PM, in the Water Mill Community House.
This is an adult’s only event. Beat the winter blues by joining us for an evening of delicious soup and board games with your neighbors and friends. Bring your favorite board game. There will be a charge of $5.00 per person which includes soup, salad, bread, dessert and non-alcoholic beverages. BYOB – Adult Beverages. Continue reading
We need volunteers to help take down the trees this Saturday at 10:00 AM. Please contact Cindy (726-4772) or Charlie (726-2776) if you can help. Thanks! Community Service hours are available for any students that help.
Taking down the Christmas trees on the Green has been postponed due to weather. Volunteers are taking down the Christmas trees, on Saturday January 14th at 10AM.
If you have any questions., please contact Cindy Corwith.
It’s that time of year! Volunteers are needed to set up and decorate the Christmas trees on the Water Mill Village Green, on Sunday November 27th at 1:00 PM.
Community Service hours are available for any eligible students. Please contact Cindy Corwith at 726-4772 or Charlie Corwith at 726-2776 if you can help.
The Water Mill Community Club will hold the Annual Meeting and Elections on Wednesday, December 7, 2016, at the Water Mill Community House at 6:00 PM. All members are welcome. Continue reading
Christmas on the Village Green with Santa is Sunday, December 4, 2016, on the Water Mill Green at 2:00 PM. All families are welcome. Continue reading
Elections to fill vacant Board positions are held annually. This year’s Elections are to be held at our Business Meeting on Wednesday, December 7th. Any WMCC member who would like to run for a position should contact any Board member or Trustee at least two weeks prior to the Business Meeting.
Vivian and Dave Corwith 726 – 6560
The 2016 celebration of the Taste of Water Mill was a great success thanks to our many volunteers who helped. Approximately 140 people attended and ate and danced the night away. The farm to table food was the best in the Hampton’s, and it was a great opportunity for our community to gather. The younger members of the community served appetizers and two lovely ladies served at the bar.
The night was not marred by a quick downpour between dinner and desert, and added a little unexpected excitement to a spectacular night. A few pictures are here for your enjoyment, all the pictures can be found at http://www.bobkelly.phanfare.com/watermill/14329846