Through April 20, 2014 –  Mary Poppins

Mary PoppinsThe Fireside is proud to be the first professional theatre in Wisconsin to present a sparkling new production of this beloved Tony Award winning musical. The world’s favorite “practically perfect” nanny comes alive on the Fireside stage serving up more than a spoonful of delightful music, dancing, and laughter that will transport and enchant audiences of all ages. Direct from Broadway and the National Tour, The Fireside’s production of MARY POPPINS features all the well-known popular songs, high-stepping dancing, and a treasure chest full of magic and mirth! The whole family will enjoy this dazzling and beautiful musical fable.

There is only one word to describe this unforgettable production – “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!”

Seven shows weekly Wednesday through Sunday

Fort Atkinson – The Fireside Dinner Theatre – 1131 Janesville Avenue



March 21, 2014 – Cambridge Wine & Art Night

Cambridge Wine and Art NightLaugh…Sip…Paint…The Cambridge Art Council presents a Wine & Art Night!

Are you looking to have some fun painting? Or, maybe you’ve always wanted to learn how to paint. Either way, this night out is truly for beginners. Local multi-media artist, Kristin Stockwell, will lead you step-by-step to create a wonderful work of art,  for you to take home. Bring a friend and a sense of humor for a fun evening in support of the Cambridge Arts Council. Create in the cozy atmosphere of CamRock Cafe & Sport, 217 W. Main St., Cambridge.


Cambridge Arts Council, 217 W. Main Street

608-423-2253 or 920-563-7790



March 22, 2014 – Taste of the Arts Workshops 

Art Thou HungryArt Thou Hungry? “Taste of Art” Workshops Returning To

Cambridge in March – Stir up your creativity!

Try your hand at a variety of mediums, meet area artists and take home a one-of-a-kind piece.

The Cambridge Arts Council has announced a series of workshops led by area artists on Saturday, March 8th, 21st and 22nd, 2014 in conjunction with National Arts Month.  This second annual series will feature a tantalizing menu of workshops including: glass blowing, hot press painting, ladder weave & wire wrap jewelry, felted vessels, Giclee printing techniques, basket weaving, silk scarf painting and gourd carving.

New this year, is an “Wine & Art Night” on Friday, March 21st Laugh…Sip.. and Paint with friends.

9am – 5pm

Cambridge Arts Council, 217 W. Main Street



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