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Entrepreneur Seminar – Annie Schlecht shares her journey / small business

Katherine Roth
Jamestown Regional Entrepreneur Center

Discussion on Starting and Owning a Small Business Wednesday, June 20, 2018
On Wednesday, June 20th from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Annie Schlecht, owner of Zen Sleep Consulting, will share her entrepreneurial journey with the greater Wimbledon community. We will learn and discuss how she started her small business. This is a free event.
Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.

We look forward to you joining us for a community discussion on small business ownership in the Wimbledon Community Grocery & Café located at 401 Center Street in Wimbledon, ND.
For information, please contact Katherine Roth with the Jamestown Regional Entrepreneur Center at and 253-4112.
Zen Sleep Consulting – Annie Schlecht 6-20-18

Yard of the Week

Yard of the week is BACK!!

A well-maintained yard not only increases the curb appeal of your home, but the entire community. All of that hard work deserves some recognition.

2018 Wimbledon Yard of the Week is kicking off June 1st and will continue until Labor Day.

Nominate a new yard each week by submitting a name (along with contact info if possible) or online at Nominations will be collected each Wednesday evening and winners will be announced on Fridays!

A special thanks to WC Grocery & Cafe and Cenex for donating gift cards for our winners.

Voting can be done at WC Grocery or new this year, online nomination, click the link below and vote away!!!

Happy Summer!!!!

Welcome to Wimbledon!

Thank you for taking time to visit our site! We hope you enjoy and plan to visit soon!

Here are some of the opportunities available for your next visit:

  • Park facilities–City park that includes softball diamonds
  • Tennis courts
  • Basketball courts
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Playground equipment (new in 2014)
  • Enclosed picnic shelter
  • Annual Summer Palooza
  • Dining/Lodging–Wimbledon Community Café open Monday thru Saturday; campsites available through the city
  • Museums–Midland Continental Railroad Depot and the County Museum


We are a rural, agricultural community that has lots to offer and a population of about 250. We have several businesses and a number of organizations and churches.

A listing of homes for sale or rent is available in the exterior lobby of the Post Office and Bank Forward. The City, Post Office, Bank Forward or WCIC are not responsible for posted content and cannot vouch for accuracy of those advertisements.