What’s Happening in Jefferson County – August 1-5, 2012No Comments
August 01, 2012 – Concert in Rotary Park
Music provided by “Pickin Up Speed” from 6:30-8:30pm.
Food & beverages available 5-8:30pm
Jefferson – Rotary Park Pavillion (920) 674-4511 http://www.jeffersonchamberwi.com
August 01, 2012 – Lake Mills City Band Concert
Enjoy local musical talent in Commons Park at 7pm.
Lake Mills (920) 648-3585 – http://www.lakemills.org
August 01 – 31, 2012 – 2nd Annual Fran Achen Photography Show
Whitewater – Cultural Arts Center, 402 W. Main St. (262) 472-0204
August 02, 2012 – Whitewater Concert In The Park-Bell Cats
Presented by the Whitewater Seniors In The Park, 7pm. This show is suitable for all ages and free of charge.
Whitewater – Cravath Lakefront Park 341 S. Fremont St.
(262) 473-0121 – http://www.whitewater-wi.gov
August 02 – 06, 2012 – The Back-to-School & Fall Preview Sale at Johnson Creek Premium Outlets
The Back-to-School & Fall Preview Sale at Johnson Creek Premium Outlets will be held August 2-6, Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Go back to school in style, enjoy the preview of fall colors and find extraordinary savings as over 60 retailers are ready to welcome you. The Children’s Place Outlet, Columbia Sportswear, Gap Outlet, Gymboree, PacSun, Under Armour and Zumiez.
Johnson Creek – Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, 575 W. Linmar Lane (920) 699-4112 – http://www.premiumoutlets.com/johnsoncreek
August 02 – 05, 2012 – Act10 Ride
ACT 10 is the annual AIDS Network Cycles Together, the Wisconsin AIDS bike ride, to raise funds and awareness for AIDS Network. Our goals are to provide a ride that is a substantial challenge for all levels of riders, but is at the same time fun and safe. Educate the community, raise awareness, and teach tolerance about HIV/AIDS. And finally, raise the highest possible return to AIDS Network. ACT 5 covers four days and 300 miles on a bike. The riders are 100% supported before and during the ride.
Whitewater – Cultural Arts Center, 402 W. Main St.
(608) 252-6540 ext 30 – http://www.actride.org
August 03 – 04, 2012 – Utica Festival
It’s the best party in the country with softball, baseball, horse pulls, tractor pulls, live music, and more!
Cambridge – Utica Community Association Park (608) 764-8480 http://www.uticapark.org/festival.html
August 03 – 05, 2012 – Cowalunga Bike Tour
Early every August, several hundred cyclists begin the three-day CowaLUNGa bike tour to help raise funds for the American Lung Association of Metropolitan Chicago (ALAMC). The tour begins at the Gurnee Mills Shopping Mall in Illinois and travels up into Wisconsin with overnight stops in William’s Bay and Whitewater. Each day of the tour is about 60-70 miles of fun road cycling covering a total of 190 miles by the end of day three. This event is not a race but a well supported leisurely ride on safe, scenic roads with limited traffic. There are plenty of rest stops along the way as well as a choice of indoor or outdoor accommodations each night. Fundraising dollars help the ALAMC in their continued fight against lung disease.
Whitewater (312) 243-2000 – http://www.cowalunga.com
August 03 – 04, 2012 – Maxwell Street Days and the Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale
The best and biggest bargains of the year in Cambridge. Enjoy all the bargains at the sidewalk sales on Main Street. Great bargains on a large selection of used books at The Amundson Center, lower level, 200 Spring Street.
Cambridge – Downtown (608) 423-3780 – http://www.cambridgewi.net
August 03 – 05, 2012 – Luau Weekend
Back by popular demand, Luau weekend returns with hula skirt making, hula lessons, sand volleyball tournament, hula hoop contest, site and golf cart decorating contests and lots of wet fun. The evening ends with our annual luau dance and limbo contest. Dress code is Hawaiian casual so don’t forget the grass skirts, coconut bras, leis and those beautiful shirts. This is one weekend you don’t want to miss.
Fort Atkinson – Jellystone Park (920) 568-4100 –
August 05, 2012 – Octagon House Ice Cream Social
The Civil War Band can be heard as you enjoy a relaxing afternoon with ice cream and other goodies while touring the historic Octagon House and beautiful grounds where you can also see the first Kindergarten in the U.S.
Watertown – 919 Charles Street (920) 261-2796 http://www.watertownhistory.org