June 11, 2014 – Lake Mills City Band Concert 

Stop by Commons Park to enjoy an old fashioned City Band experience.  Rain site is the City Building.


Commons Park – Lake Mills




June 12 through July 20, 2014 – Driving Miss Daisy 

Driving Miss DaisyOne of America’s most popular and celebrated plays returns to The Fireside. The original Off-Broadway production of DRIVING MISS DAISY won the coveted Pulitzer Prize for drama and the successful film version won the Oscar for Best Picture. This funny and warm story has touched millions of theatre goers and The Fireside is pleased to present a sparkling new production that will fill your heart with laughter and joy. You will be captivated by the story of Miss Daisy and her long time chauffeur and loyal friend Hoke. The play spans 20 years during which they face trials and triumphs with humor, compassion, and love and ultimately learn the value of true friendship. This is a show you’ll never forget.

Seven shows weekly Wednesday through Sunday

Fort Atkinson – The Fireside Dinner Theatre, 1131 Janesville Avenue




June 14-15, 2014 – Cambridge Pottery Festival & US Pottery Games 

Enjoy the weekend strolling along the shores of beautiful Lake Ripley celebrating 23 years of clay and the ceramic arts at the Cambridge Pottery Festival & US Pottery Games Saturday & Sunday June 14 th & 15th.  There are 40 professional pottery booths, demonstrations throughout the weekend, a silent pottery auction, Best Butter Dish competition, and the world famous U.S. Pottery Games.

Saturday 10-4 & Sunday 9 to 5

If you are a professional potter, and would like to throw in the games and do not have a booth on the grounds, by all means sign up for a heat under the information tent.  We are always looking for willing participants to enter the Pottery Games.

If you are a High School or College student, you may enter the High School and College games on Sunday for a chance to win a $250.00 scholarship.  Come early Sunday morning and sign up under the information tent.  Spaces are limited.

To date, the Cambridge Pottery Festival has given $5000.00 in High School and College Scholarships to promote continued education in the ceramic arts.

SHIMPO America will be available to fit your ceramic hobby with however many tools, wheels and kilns you may need.  If you would like to pre-order from SHIMPO and have it delivered to our site, please connect  them at shimpoceramics.com.

Looking forward to seeing YOU at this year’s festival!!

10am-4 pm

Cambridge – N4310 Park Rd.



Cambridge Pottery Festival


June 14, 2014 – AAA Member Appreciation Day

AAA members are invited to “Show their Card and Save” at the Information Center. Members will receive a one-day savings flyer, light refreshments and a chance to win great prizes. The event will run from 10am-2pm.

Johnson Creek – Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, 575 W. Linmar Lane


(920) 699-4112


June 14-15, 2014 – Dairy Breakfast

Join the Watertown Agri-Business Club for the 2014 Dairy Breakfast. Bus shuttles will be available from the Farm & Fleet parking lot in Watertown.

Host Farm: Hasel Family Farm

N5273 County Road G

Lake Mills, WI

2 miles southwest of Lake Mills, off Hwy 89

Featuring All you care to eat breakfast, live music, free tractor rides and petting zoo

Saturday, June 14 – 6am-12pm

Sunday, June 15 – 7am-1pm


June 15, 2014 – Watertown Outdoor Art Festival 

The annual outdoor art festival is held in Riverside Park on Father’s Day weekend in Watertown. Admission is free. Enjoy live music, food, free art activities for children and a spectacular array of art. This is a juried fine art show where only quality original artwork or prints of originals may be displayed.


Watertown – Riverside Park – Labaree St.




June 16, 2014 – Fort Atkinson Community Band Concert /Madison Brass Band 

Join us for an outdoor band concert at 7:30pm with an ice cream social sponsored by “Fort Atkinson Nicaragua Partners” at 6:30pm (it also continues through the concert).

The Fort Atkinson Community Band is a volunteer group of about 45 musicians, made up of adults, along with some high school and college students. We rehearse on a weekly basis from March to August each year. Continuously active since 1960, our band has provided playing opportunities for the residents of Fort Atkinson and area for over five decades.

In addition to providing playing opportunities we also regularly put on public concerts. In 2014, we will be performing in five outdoor concertsat our baad shell in Barrie Park. Other community event performances will be announced through out the year.

Our goal is to provide playing opportunities for amateur band musicians after they have played in high school, college, and/or the service. We also provide quality entertainment to the community, through both indoor and outdoor concerts.

In the case of inclement weather, the social and concert will move across the street to Trinity Lutheran Church.

6:30pm Ice Cream Social; 7:30pm Concert

Fort Atkinson – Barrie Park


Katie Otto is a freelance writer who provides JCTC with some spectacular content and information. She's previously held the role of Secretary for the Jefferson County Tourism Council, has assembled our Monthly Newsletter and was the Executive Director for the Lake Mills Main Street Program, a non-profit community organization that is dedicated to the preservation, growth and vitality of Lake Mills through public events and active community involvement.