September 18-20, 2015 – Sports Weekend/Chili Cook-Off at Jellystone Park of Fort Atkinson

Jelly 1Going along with football season, Yogi Bear™ and his friends have a weekend full of sports ready for you!  There will be a punt, pass, kick competition, a bags tournament, as well as time for our new basketball competition!  Our annual chili cook off will be held this weekend as well!  Get your best recipe out of the cupboard, and try to see who has the best chili in all of Jellystone Park™.  Don’t worry; there will be a camper’s choice category so everyone will get to try some!



September 18-20, 2015 – Gemuetlichkeit Days

gdays 2015Gemuetlichkeit Days- Held at the Jefferson County Fair Park, Gemuetlichkeit means good times, good fun, good fellowship.  Celebrating 45 years, the theme for 2015 is Hats Off to 45 Years .  Join the fun & enter the contest going on throughout the weekend.  Enjoy great music for your dancing & listening pleasure.  German food, a Craft Fair on Saturday, and enjoy the beautiful German costumes.  A huge parade on Sunday at noon.

The weekend festivities begin at 5pm Friday

Jefferson – Jefferson County Fair Park – 503 North Jackson Avenue


September 19, 2015 – Fall Citywide Rummage Sale

Rummage sales throughout the city.

Watertown – Watertown Tourism Council



September 19, 2015 – Rockman Challenge – Watertown

Paddle on the Rock River, bike in Jefferson County, run through the woods.  A military style obstacle course with drill sergeants at the end provides the twist.  Participants may go solo or be part of a team.

Watertown – Watertown Tourism Council

Rockman 2015


September 19, 2015 – Cambridge Fun Run & Family Health & Wellness Expo

Cambridge Fun RunCAP is hosting the 8th annual Fun Run and Family Health & Wellness Expo on Saturday 9/20 from  10:00 a.m. to 1 pm at downtown West Side Park.  Adults, children, and families are encouraged to participate in either the 1 mile or 5 K Fun Run/Walk.   Afterwards, you can browse the Family Health & Wellness Expo booths providing information on health and wellness service providers available in Cambridge and the surrounding areas.

Gain expert advice from area health and wellness practitioners and services in the fields of chiropractic, dental, recreation, medical, assisted living, spa & salon, massage, and much more. Kids activities will be available throughout the day.

Schedule of events:
10:00am 1 Mile Fun Run starts
10:30am 5 K Fun Run/Walk starts
10:00am – 1:00pm Face Painting
11:00am – 12:00pm Jazzercise Class Demo
12:00pm – 1:00pm Body FIT Class Demo

10am – 1pm

Cambridge – Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce
Westside Park, 85 S. Pleasant Street

(608) 423-8108


September 19, 2015 – Cambridge Fall Fest

Virginia Becker gets into the act at Fall Fest in Cambridge

Virginia Becker

Fall in downtown Cambridge is spectacular and offers fun activities for the whole family.

Enjoy Cambridge Fall Fest on Saturday 9/19/15 from 10 am to 3 pm in downtown Veteran’s Park, 100 E. Main St. with tractor hayrides, scarecrow building, Chain saw artist live demo, live music,  a pie contest and auction benefiting the Cambridge Food Pantry,  bee keeping demo, face painting, and the FFA farm animal petting zoo.

The Cambridge Community Activities Program will also be conducting its annual Fun Run and Family Wellness Fair in the morning at downtown West Side Park as well.

Cambridge Fall Fest Saturday, September 19, 10am-3pm Veterans Park, 100 Main  St.

  • Tractor Hayrides by Hinchley’s Dairy Farm Tours
  • Scarecrow Building  10-12:30   Voting 12:30-2:30, winner announced 3 pm
  • CAP Fun Run & Family Wellness Expo @ 10-1:00 (West Side Park)
  • Live Music by:
    • Jeff Onsrud 11-1
    • Beth Kille from 1-3
  • 4H Lego Contest 10-noon. Judging at noon.
  • Chain Saw Artist & Bee keeping live demos
  • FFA Petting Zoo
  • Face Painting

10am – 3pm

Cambridge – Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce
100 E. Main Street (Veteran’s 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.