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APRIL 2017

April 20, 2017 - June 4, 2017: South Pacific

One of the most celebrated of all shows by the most celebrated of all musical teams, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s SOUTH PACIFIC is a story of love, of heroism, of courage, of optimism, of America. Set during World War II this epic tale is told with humor, passion, beauty, action, and one of Broadway’s most impressive musical scores featuring such unforgettable songs as “Some Enchanted Evening,” “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair,” “There Is Nothing Like a Dame,” “I’m in Love With A Wonderful Guy,” and the beautifully haunting “Bali Ha’i.” This is one of the very few musicals to have earned the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The Fireside is proud to present this timeless classic in an all new sumptuous production.

Seven shows weekly Wednesday through Sunday

The Fireside Dinner Theatre, 1131 Janesville Avenue, Fort Atkinson, WI, USA

https://www.firesidetheatre.com

800-477-9505

MAY 2017

May 1, 2017 - May 31, 2017: May Sundae of the Month: Door County Cherry Sundae

Two scoops Door County Cherry Ice Cream, Chocolate Syrup, Whipped Cream and a Cherry.

We started our extended store hours where the ice cream parlor window is open to the bike path on April 15th and they run through September 15th.  The Jones Market is open Tuesday through Saturday from 8-6:00 and the Jones Dairy Bar is open Tuesday through Saturday until 8:00 p.m. and Sundays from 12-6:00 p.m.

Stop in sometime this month to enjoy some Door County Cherry ice cream!

store hours

Jones Market, Jones Market, 601 Jones Avenue, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538

shopjonesmarket.com

920-563-2963

May 2, 2017 - November 14, 2017: Watertown Farmers Market

Visit Watertown at your leisure every Tuesday from 7am to 12pm at Riverside Park. The market features vegetables, fruit, flowers, herbs, meat and cheese. Follow us on Facebook.

7am - 12pm

Riverside Park, Labaree St., Watertown, WI 53098

www.watertownchamber.com

920-261-6320

May 6, 2017 - October 28, 2017: Fort Farmers Market

FARM & BAKED GOODS

Organic Cheese, Cheese Curds, Grassfed Beef, Organic Chicken, Local Elk, Sausage & Fish, Shrimp Platters, Wheat Bread, Specialty Breads, French Artisan Baguettes, Honey, Jam, Mustard, Hot Fudge Sauce, Syrup, Pancake & Bread mixes, and more.

ARTS & CRAFTS SATURDAYS
Enjoy over 10 additional arts and crafts vendors including woodworkers, knitters, quilters, jewelers, ceramists and more!

Each Saturday offers live music by regionally acclaimed musicians.  Special Community Programs include Arts Saturday with 15 additional arts producers, Dairy Days in June, monthly educational programs such as gardening and cooking demonstrations, Community Arts Projects, Hayrides, Bouncy House, Face Painting, Costume Contests, Wellness Programs and more!

Milwaukee St. Municipal Parking Lot
Across from the Post Office. 1 Block off of Main St next to the River Walk. Downtown Fort Atkinson.

8am-12pm every Saturday

, Milwaukee Avenue Municipal Parking Lot, Fort Atkinson, WI (across from the Post Office)

fortfarmersmarket.com

(920) 563-3210

May 8, 2017 - September 11, 2017: Fort Atkinson Cruise Nights

Join us for the 14th season of Fort Aktinson Cruise Nights for music, food, old cars, and more! Featuring over 400 vehicles including restored vintage trucks, tractors, and classic automobiles. The Fort Atkinson Generals will provide the food stand and Kent’s Ice Cream will have their famous Big Bar available for purchase.

The second Monday of the month from May to September, 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

, Jones Park, Fort Atkinson, WI

www.kentsbigbar.com

920-563-7501

May 27, 2017 - May 28, 2017: Fort Koshkonong Rendezvous

Take a step back in time with the early pioneers of the 1800s, as people reenact this historical time period.  Stroll through the park and view demonstrations and exhibits of how tasks were accomplished.  Demonstrations include black powder shooting and competition, pioneer demonstrations, interactive old-time chores, and blacksmithing. Sit back and relax on a horse-drawn wagon or sample fry bread, root beer, and kettle corn from our camp chefs.

Visitors will capture the lifestyle, from clothing worn by the pioneers to their housing.  See the old “Fort”, a replica for local militia units during the Black Hawk War of 1832.

This year, visitors will learn about steel and wood working trades.

Free parking is available.

Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 9am-4pm

, Rock River Park, 1300 Lillian St, Fort Atkinson, WI

www.hoardmuseum.org

(920) 563-7769

May 27, 2017: Ripley Park Opening Day

The gates of Ripley Park will open at 9 am on Saturday, marking yet another wonderful summer in Cambridge, Wis. Located on the west shores of Lake Ripley, Ripley Park is an 18 acre park privately owned by the Cambridge Foundation and managed by the Cambridge Community Activities Program. Ripley Park has something for everyone – sandy beach, swimming, basketball, volleyball, tennis and more!

There will be FREE admission, special events and games all day long!

9 am

Lake Ripley Park, Ripley Park, N4310 Park Road, Cambridge

www.cambridgecap.net

May 29, 2017: Cambridge Memorial Day Parade & Firemen’s Breakfast

Enjoy your Memorial Day in downtown Cambridge.

Memorial Day starts with the annual Firemen’s all-you-can-eat breakfast at the Fire Station, with the annual parade down Main Street at 10:30am followed by a Memorial service downtown in Veteran’s Park after the parade, and back to the Fire Station for the continuing French Toast & Eggs breakfast.

Interested in participating in the parade?    You can line up at the Middle School at 10 am and the parade takes off at 10:30 am.

Memorial Day breakfast 6 am to 11:30 am at the Cambridge Fire House, 271 W. Main

Parade starts at 10:30 at the Nikolay Middle school, 211 South St. and heads down Main St.

Memorial Service in downtown Veteran’s Park immediately following the parade sponsored by the Cambridge Historic School Foundation.  The memorial service will include a laying of the wreath, music by the Cambridge High School Band and the Bel Canto Choir and speakers. It is a moving presentation and a beloved Cambridge tradition.

Historic School Museum to Honor 19 Fallen Veterans

The Cambridge Historic School Museum will host a program on Memorial Day. The 19 men listed on the benches in Veterans Park were more than a name, rank and serial number. Find out about them during a presentation at the museum by Russ Amacher. The one hour program will begin about 11 am after the Memorial Day Parade and Services. Refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Call 920-563-9095 for more information.

6am - 11:30am

Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce, 271 Main Street, Cambridge, WI

www.cambridgewi.com

608-423-3780

May 30, 2017: Summer Reading Program Helper Training

Teens! Are you looking for something to do this summer? Do you want to encourage little kids to read? Then volunteer as a Summer Reading Program Helper at the Dwight Foster Public Library in Fort Atkinson! Students entering 6th grade and older can volunteer to help kids register and track their reading at the library.

If you are interested in being a summer helper, you must attend one of the orientation sessions in the library’s community room:
Tuesday, May 30: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Friday, June 2: 3:30 – 4:30 pm

6 pm

, 209 Merchants Ave., Fort Atkinson, WI 53538

www.fortlibrary.org

(920) 563-7790

May 30, 2017: 7th Annual Watertown Art Walk

The Watertown Arts Council and the Watertown Unified School District Art Department team up to present an Art Walk. From 4-7pm, stroll historic downtown Watertown as you take in an array of art displays by local talent.  Art will be located inside and out of downtown businesses.  Up to 40 participating locations!

Maps featuring local businesses and artists will be available at Partnership Bank and the Watertown Chamber of Commerce

4:00pm - 7:00pm

, E. Main St. Watertown, WI

920-262-7500

JUNE 2017

June 2, 2017: Concert on the Lawn

You’re going to want to get up and dance at this performance! Let the Waterloo City Band entertain you on the lawn of the Karl Junginger Memorial Library.
Please bring a non perishable food item to donate to the Waterloo/Marshall food pantry.

7 pm

, 625 N. Monroe St., Waterloo, WI 53594

www.waterloo.lib.wi.us

(920) 253-5013

June 2, 2017 - September 29, 2017: Cambridge Open Air Market

Join us for our Open Air Market held on Fridays from June through September! Enjoy the aromas, visit with friends and get some of the freshest produce available. Vendors will be there from 8 am- 1 pm. Located downtown in Veteran’s Park.

8am - 1pm

cambridge chamber of commerce, 100 East Main St Cambridge, WI 53523

www.cambridgewi.com

608-423-3780

June 2, 2017: Summer Reading Program Helper Training

Teens! Are you looking for something to do this summer? So you want to encourage little kids to read? Then volunteer as a Summer Reading Program Helper at the Dwight Foster Public Library in Fort Atkinson! Students entering 6th grade and older can volunteer to help kids register and track their reading at the library.
If you are interested in being a summer helper, you must attend one of the orientation sessions in the library’s community room:
Tuesday, May 30: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Friday, June 2: 3:30 – 4:30 pm

3:30 pm

, 209 Merchants Ave., Fort Atkinson, WI 53538

www.fortlibrary.org

(920) 563-7790

June 3, 2017 - June 4, 2017: Rock River Trail Celebration in Fort Atkinson

Celebrate the Rock River Trail on June 3 and 4 in Fort Atkinson! Join us for a Saturday paddle down the Rock River to celebrate the trail opening and to bring awareness to the recreational water opportunities in Wisconsin. Enjoy a group bike ride, historic riverwalk tour, outdoor live music along the river, vintage swimsuits on display at the museum, and much more!

On Sunday, June 4, celebrate the Rock River Trail Air Route with a Fly-in Breakfast at the Fort Atkinson Municipal Airport with plane and helicopter rides, and an all-you-can-eat breakfast.

Schedule of Events

Saturday, June 3
Canoe or kayak the Rock River with 2 Rivers Bicycle & Canoe, Canoe demonstration by Rock River Canoe Co., safety lessons on paddling, riverwalk tour, live music and more!

5am 4th Annual Fishing Derby  (Register at TPF Outdoors or American Legion)

8am 25-40 Mile Group Bike Ride (Meet at 2 Rivers Bicycle & Outdoor at 33 W. Sherman Ave)
9am Riverwalk tour along the river (Meet at the Fort Farmers Market across from the Post Office at E. Milwaukee Ave)

9am-4pm – Canoe or kayak the Rock River (rentals available at 2 Rivers Bicycle & Outdoor by the trip or by the hour. Call ahead to reserve a boat at 920-563-2222)

12-1pmTour and canoe demonstration by Kim Grunow at Rock River Canoe Co. (99 N. Main Street)

11am-2pm Hoard Historical Museum

  • Vintage swimsuits on display
  • Dairy Day at the Moo-seum
  • Tour the Intersectional Peony Garden

1-2pm  – Safety lessons on paddling by Jeremy Pinc and Cynthia Holt (Municipal parking lot, W. Sherman Ave)

6-10pm Brock’s River Walk Tavern & Grill

  • Live music by alternative rock band SuperTuesday playing outdoor along the river

8:30pm-11pm Café Carpe

  • Dulcimer players Rich Thum and Steve Seifert in the listening room

Sunday, June 4

8:00am-12:00pmWings & Wheels Fly-In Breakfast at the Fort Atkinson Municipal Airport, hosted by the Boys & Girls Club of Fort Atkinson

  • All-you-can-eat country-style breakfast cooked by Jones Dairy Farm
  • Plane rides every 30 minutes
  • Helicopter rides every 20 minutes
  • Car show and free kids activities

6-9pm Hijinx

  • Live music by The Madpolecats, Bath Salt Zombies and Buffo’s Wake

Saturday, 8am-10pm, Sunday, 8am-12pm

Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Fort Atkinson

www.fortchamber.com

(920) 563-3210

June 3, 2017: Annual Dairy Day at the “Moo”-seum

A Celebration of all things Dairy! The Hoard Historical Museum and the National Dairy Shrine Museum host the Annual “Dairy Day at the Moo-seum” from 11-2pm on Saturday, June 3. Learn about the dairy industry, both past and present, from the cow to the final products of cheese, yogurt, and milk. Come meet local dairy cows in the back lawn of the Museum. Enjoy family friendly activities for adults and children and barn games.

In addition, the Hoard Historical Museum and the National Dairy Shrine Museum will be open for visitors from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

11am - 2pm

, 401 Whitewater Avenue, Fort Atkinson, WI

www.hoardmuseum.org

(920) 563-7769

WHO WE ARE:

The Jefferson County Tourism Council (JCTC) is a grass roots organization made up of area Chambers of Commerce and Businesses all interested in promoting tourism throughout the County.

WHERE WE ARE:

PO Box 243
Jefferson WI 53549
Contact Us

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