August 01 – 21, 2011 – The New Musical David

The Fireside Theatre The new musical DAVID, from the creators of THE ROCK & THE RABBI and THE CHILD traces the young man’s life from his epic battle with the giant Goliath all the way to his coronation as King. Presented with a combination of storytelling and live, acoustic music, DAVID is a hit for the whole family! Seven shows weekly, see web site for specific times, prices and menus. Group rates and youth packages available.

Fort Atkinson – The Fireside Dinner Theatre, 1131 Janesville Avenue

(800) 477-9505 – http://www.firesidetheatre.com


August 01, 2011 – Palmyra Eagle Community Band Performance

7 pm

Palmyra – Palmyra Village Park (262) 495-4006


August 02, 2011 – National Night Out Against Crime

6pm to 8:30pm at the Lake Mills High School – there will be demonstrations, games and food. Completely free for those who attend this educational and fun event for all ages.

Lake Mills – Lake Mills High School (920) 648-3585 http://www.lakemills.org


August 02 – 03, 2011 – Triumphant Quartet

Back by popular demand, Triumphant Quartet includes David Triumphant quartet Sutton, Clayton Inman, Scott Inman, Eric Bennett, and pianist Jeff Stice. They have been honored with several Top 10 songs and albums as well as nominations for Group of the Year, Favorite Album, and Favorite Song.

Tuesday matinee and evening; Wednesday matinee.

Fort Atkinson – The Fireside Dinner Theatre, 1131 Janesville Ave

(800) 477-9505 – http://www.firesidetheatre.com


August 03, 2011 – Jefferson Community Cruise Night

Join us for this free public event, held from 5:30 to 8:30pm the first Wednesday of each month during the summer. View classic cars, motorcycles and trucks. Enjoy prizes and entertainment. Held rain or shine. Concessions available. Contact Raughn at Havill Auto Group for more information.

Jefferson – Havill Auto Group, 1121 South Main Street
(920) 723-9621 – http://www.jeffersoncruisenights.com


August 04 – 07, 2011 – Act 7 Ride

act 7

ACT 7 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. We also aim to educate the community, raise awareness, and teach tolerance about HIV/AIDS. And finally, we hope to 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 (608) 252-6540 Ext 30 – http://arcw.org


August 04, 2011 – Whitewater Family Fun Night

Family Fun Night – David Stokes; Naturalist, Humorist, and Educator. Using live creatures and animal artifacts, songs and short stories, David gets down with his audiences, and makes learning fun. This event is FREE and open to all ages! Show starts at 7:00pm.

Whitewater – Cravath Lakefront Park, 341 S Fremont St

(262) 473-0121 – http://www.whitewater-wi.gov


August 04, 2011 – Ladies on the Links for Literacy

Golf fundraiser to benefit the Jefferson County Literacy Council. Jefferson County Literacy Council
Nine holes of golf, contest for best/most creatively dressed team, silent auction, and dinner.

Watertown – Windwood of Watertown (920) 675-0500

http://www.jclc.us


August 05 – 07, 2011 – 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


August 05 – 06, 2011 – Maxwell Street Days and the Friends of the Library Book Sale

The best and biggest bargains of the year in Cambridge. Enjoy all the bargains at the sidewalks 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.com


August 06 – 07, 2011 – Bike MS – Best Dam Bike Tour 2011

bike tour

Bike MS is a fully-supported, two-day event bringing nearly 2,000 cyclists and volunteers together to move toward a cure. Cyclists choose to ride 62.5, 75 or 100 miles each day, while making an extraordinary difference in the lives of more than 400,000 people throughout the U.S. living with multiple sclerosis.

Registration Fee (non-refundable): $40.00

Minimum Fundraising Goal: $300.00

Whitewater – (800) 242-3358 http://www.bikewig.nationalmssociety.org/site/PageServer?pagename=BIKE_WIG_homepage


August 06 – 08, 2011 – 2011 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 07, 2011 – St. Mary’s Church Festival

Food, fun, games.

Palmyra – Village Park, 955 Eighth St. (262) 495-2395


August 07, 2011 – Grellton Conservation Club Consignment Auction

Grellton Conservation Club Consignment Auction

One country block south of Grellton on Hwy N

For more information, contact us at Facebook or on our web site.

Sunday, August 07, 2011 at 11:00 am

Come on out and join us for an auction, antiques, farm equipment, sporting goods, and misc. Food and soft drink available on site.

To provide an item call 920-253-6821 or 920-988-2272 or email GrelltonCC@gmail.com

Johnson Creek – 1 country block south of Linda’s Lookout – Hwy N

(920) 253-6821 – http://www..grelltoncc.co.cc/