August 25, 2016 – Brew with a View

Enjoy a meal and a brew in beautiful Korth Park on Thursday, August 25. Music by Hearthfire. Food by Flying Cow Pizza, El Gritto Taqueria as well as melted grilled cheese sandwiches.

Brew With a View


August 27, 2016 – Walking Tours of Historic Fort Atkinson

Walking Tour Fort AtkinsonJoin the Hoard Historical Museum as they host historic walking tours of downtown Fort Atkinson in conjunction with the downtown Saturday Farmer’s Markets.

This walking tour will highlight the structures and people who helped build Fort Atkinson. Walking tours will explore the buildings and area around the downtown section of Fort Atkinson.  All of the walking tours will begin and end at the Saturday Farmer’s Market in Fort Atkinson, and last 30-40 minutes.

Tours begin at 8am and run on the hour until the end of the market at noon. Participants should be prepared to walk approximately 1 mile over paved surfaces.
As an added bonus, walkers can get their walking tour card stamped and to receive $2 off a purchase from the Fort Farmer’s Market, valid on the day of the tour.

Come to a walking tour to find out more!

Scheduled walking tours are:

Saturday, August 27 from 8am – noon

Saturday, September 24 from 8am – noon

Saturday, October 15 from 8am – noon

8am – 12pm

Fort Atkinson – 401 Whitewater Ave

(920) 563-7769


August 27, 2016 – Rhythm on the River

Rhythm on the River - Fort 1Join us for an end-of-summer social celebration at the annual Rhythm on the River along the Rock River in downtown Fort Atkinson. Enjoy a “Taste of Fort” with good food by local food vendors, live musical entertainment by Mr. Burgundy and the Zac Matthews Band, dancing and fun. Free admission to the public.

5:00pm – midnight

Fort Atkinson – Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce
Located in the Fort Atkinson municipal parking lot across from the U.S. Post Service Office between South Water Street East and East Milwaukee Avenue along the river

(920) 563-3210


August 31, 2016 – Summer Charity Concert

Fort Atkinson Charity ConcertsBring your lawn chair, pack a picnic basket, and enjoy an evening with friends for concerts in the park featuring Three Thin Dimes and The Madpolecats.

Held Wednesday evening during the summer at Barrie Park Band Shell, an outdoor music venue for the community, for a total of six concerts all for a charitable cause. Funds raised are donated to Boys & Girls Club of Fort Atkinson and applied to the Fort Atkinson Charity Concert scholarship which supports students who have shown a commitment to their communities.


Fort Atkinson – 210 Robert Street

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