Through July 23, 2017 – Back to the 50’s
Come with us as we pay tribute to the most exciting musical decade of them all! The decade that brought us TV dinners, hula hoops, quiz show scandals, talk show legends, and the birth of Rock and Roll. Continuing the tradition of the Fireside’s wildly popular live band shows, BACK TO THE FIFTIES will thrill and delight audiences of all ages. Our Fireside band featuring Steve Watts will bring you the music and the fun from such artists as Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Little Richard, Patsy Cline, Nat King Cole, Ricky Nelson, Johnny Mathis, The Everly Brothers, and much, much more!
Seven shows weekly Wednesday through Sunday
Fort Atkinson – The Fireside Dinner Theatre – 1131 Janesville Avenue
Through July 2, 2017 – Jefferson Plein Air Painting Event and Art Sale
June 28, 29 & 30 – Watch artists as they capture the beauty and character of the Jefferson Area on canvas. Artists will be in a variety of locations. We will post some of these locations on the Arts Alliance of Greater Jefferson facebook page throughout the event.
Up to 30 artists will be capturing – on their canvases – the historic buildings, churches, the beautiful Rock and Crawfish rivers, landscapes and other ponts of interest throughout Jefferson for three days.
Judges for the event are William A. Suys, Jr; Paula Swayden-Grebel; and Terrence Coffman.
July 1 & 2 – Attend the Art Show and Sale at the Woolen Mills in the Jefferson Area Business Center at 222 S Wisconsin Drive, Jefferson.
The public is invited, at no charge, to the Awards Presentation and Opening Reception on Saturday, July 1 at 10:30am. The gallery at the Woolen Mills will be open on Saturday, July 1 from 10:30am to 5pm, and Sunday, July 2 from 11am to r4pm.
July 1, 10:30am-5pm; July 2, 11am-4pm
Jefferson – Woolen Mills – 222 S Wisconsin Drive
July 1-4, 2017 – 4th of July Activities in Fort Atkinson
Saturday, July 1 – Fort Farmers’ Market – 8am-noon in the Market Square
Sunday, July 2 – Festival Fireworks at 9:45pm. Festivities start at 4pm at Fort Atkinson High School
Monday, July 3 – Community Band Concert – 7:30pm at the Barrie Park Band Shell
Tuesday, July 4 – Annual Ice Cream Social from 1-3pm at Hoard Historical Museum
July 2 – Cars & Coffee Lake Mills
Lake Mills – 119 Church Street
Cars & Coffee Lake Mills Facebook page
July 3-4, 2017 – Watertown 4th of July Celebration
July 3rd: 3:00pm – 10:00pm at Riverside Park – Brats, burgers, floats, treats, beer and soda.
Live music 3-6pm: Dave Mazzie and 6:30pm: Ol’ Style Skratch. FIREWORKS at Dusk.
July 4th: Parade at 10:00 am downtown on Main St. – Activities to follow throughout the day at Riverside park.
10am-6pm-Brats, burgers, floats, treats, beer and soda. Following parade end, meet and greet the Brew City Wrestlers. Brewcity Wrestling bell time is 2:00pm sharp.
Watertown – Riverside Park – 812 Labaree Street
July 3, 2017 – Fort Atkinson Summer Charity Concerts
Ice cream social begins at 6:30pm.
Fort Atkinson – 210 Robert Street
July 4, 2017 – Take a Ride Through Time
Fort Atkinson – Corner of South High Street and South 4th Street
July 4, 2017 – 4th of July Fireworks in Lake Mills
Fireworks display starts at dusk in the Lake Mills Industrial Park.
July 5, 2017 – Lake Mills City Band Concert
Enjoy a summer evening in Commons Park. Come early and enjoy the Lake Mills Artisan/Farmers’ Market before the band begins at 7pm.
Rain site: Lake Mills Community Center.
Lake Mills – downtown – Commons Park
July 5, 2017 – Creativity Lab/Random Acts of Kindness
Bring your own projects to the L.D. Fargo Public Library to work on while socializing with other teens. See what they are working on and get ideas for your next project. Don’t have a project to work on? We will have a craft or two for you to do. During this program we will also be creating Random Acts of Kindness projects to hand out in our community.
Lake Mills – 120 E. Madison Street
July 6, 2017 – Games Galore
Teens will be able to challenge other teens with games of many sorts at the L.D. Fargo Public Library. We will have board games, dice and card games, and video games. Feel free to bring in one of your board games.
Lake Mills – 120 E. Madison Street
July 8, 2017 – Cambridge EMS Cannonball Run 5k and 10k
There is a 5K as well as a 10K option. The Cannonball Run winds through the pristine Dane County CamRock Park along the Cannonball Rail bed. The 10k run continues to Rockdale and heads back to Cambridge along the CamRock Park Pedestrian Trail and crosses the Koshkonong Creek over three bridges. There are water stations along a well marked route.
Proceeds benefit the Cambridge Area Emergency Medical Services, www.cambridgeems.org.
Registration begins at 6:30am with the run starting at 7:30am
Cambridge – Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce – 271 W Main Street
July 8, 2017 – The Prick 5k Trail Run
Formed specifically as the first 5k trail run in Watertown, and boasting a beautiful 5k run/walk and open 1k (for anyone that prefers a shorter challenge or simply wants to be a part of the festivities) through Watertown’s Brandt-Quirk park. The trail course has notable elevation changes but is not technically difficult to run or walk.
The Prick 5k does more than provide an outlet for those who want to challenge themselves on a cross-country route, however; it benefits the Watertown High School Cross-Country Team and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund (JDRF).
Watertown – Brandt Quirk Park