What’s Happening in Jefferson County? April 20-30, 2018No Comments
April 20, 2018 – Girl’s Night Out
Grab your girlfriends and visit all the hot spots in town offering you drawings, tastings and specials galore! There will be 150 “benefit bags” available for our guests! Tickets for the 150 benefit bags will be available one month prior to the event. A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to a local Cambridge organization. Even without a “benefit bag,” you are still wecome to enjoy the store specials from 5-9pm and an evening of fun.
Cambridge – downtown
April 27-29, 2018 – Madison Classics 41st Annual Sporing Swap Meet & Car Show
Madison Classics will be featuring Street Rods. The feature cars will be displayed in the Main Activity Center at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.
The Swap Meet and Car Corral are all three days and the Car Show is Saturday and Sunday. The spectator gates for the Swap Meet and Car Corral are open Friday 10am to 7pm; Saturday 6am to 4pm; and Sunday 6am to 3pm. The Car Show gate opens at 6am on Saturday and Sunday. All makes and models and specialty vehicles are invited to participate in the Car Show.
Spectator admission for adults is $8 and children under 12 are free. Spectator parking is available for $4, but is limited, so please arrive early. No campers will be allowed in the parking field, but camping is available nearby. Swap Spaces till be available at the gate. Car Corral spaces will be available at the Car Corral entrance all weekend. There is an ATM on the grounds as well as concessions. No pets please.
Friday 10am-4pm; Saturday & Sunday 6am-4pm
April 28, 2018 – Share the Road Duathlon or 5k Run/Walk
The Share the Road event consists fo both a run/bike/run duathlon and a 5k run/walk. As the events take place at the same time, you cannot participate in both.
The duathlon’s first segment is a 3-mile route through a residential area of Watertown and Riverside Park. Then you will transition to a 20-mile well-marked route through the scenic countryside with rolling hills, north of Watertown. The final segment will be a 20mile run through Riverside Park and residential are of Watertown, but with a different twist than the first segment. There will be aid stations in transition areas and a sag wagon on the bike route. We would like this to be a family-friendly event as well as a competitive event!
Awards will be for the top 5 of each age division for the duathlon and 5k. Each participant will receive a high visibility long sleeve tee shirt and a custom finisher medal. A safe and well marked course and fun and music will be provided during and after the race. Age groups for the Duathlon Make & Female Finishers: 12 and under; 13-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70+
Race starts at 9am
Watertown – Labaree Street