July 24, 2017 – Beekeeping Presentation

Do you want to learn more about bees and the danger they are in? Come to the Karl Junginger Memorial Library for a free presentation by the Dodge Jefferson County Beekeepers Association. Learn more about beekeeping, honey, and things you can do to keep the bees in your yard safe.

6pm

Waterloo – 625 N Monroe Street

www.waterloo.lib.wi.us

920-478-3344


 

July 25, 2017 – David Stokes: “Birds, Bugs, Beavers – Builders in Nature”

Join us at the Watertown Senior Center (Conley Hall) to enjoy a highly entertaining and educational animal show presented by David Stokes!

Using puppets, toys, live animals (where possible), animal artifacts and humor, David will lead a fun examination of builders in Nature. Bird & insect nests; Spider webs; Beaver lodges & Wolf dens! Join the fun; bring your camera!

No registration necessary. For all ages.

4pm

Watertown – 514 S. First Street

www.watertownpubliclibrary.org

920-262-4090


 

July 25, 2017 – David Stokes: “Birds, Bugs, Beavers: Builders in Nature”

Join us at the Jefferson Public Library to enjoy a highly entertaining and educational animal show presented by David Stokes!

Using puppets, toys, live animals (where possible), animal artifacts and humor, David will lead a fun examination of builders in nature like bird & insect nests, spider webs, beaver lodges & wolf dens! Join the fun; bring your camera!

1:30pm

Jefferson – 321 S. Main Street

www.jeffersonwilibrary.org

920-674-7733


 

July 26, 2017 – Fort Atkinson Summer Charity Concerts

Summer Charity ConcertBring your lawn chair, pack a picnic basket, and enjoy an evening with friends for concerts in the park featuring Jill and the JAX and Lily Detaeye Music.

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.

6pm-9pm

Fort Atkinson – 210 Robert Street


 

July 27 – September 10, 2017 – Church Basement Ladies

The church basement kitchen throughout much of America is often the heart and soul of any church. In CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES we meet the pastor, three cooks and one daughter who run the kitchen and care for the congregation. As in any kitchen, problems arise. We watch as the four women handle a Lutefisk Dinner, a funeral, an Easter Fund Raiser, and, of course, a wedding. They stave off potential disasters, have loads of fun, share and debate recipes, instruct the young, and keep the pastor on a steady course. This musical comedy, which has charmed audiences all over the nation, is funny, heart-warming, and down to earth. It will bring back memories of many people you know and love.

Seven shows weekly Wednesday through Sunday

Fort Atkinson – The Fireside Dinner Theatre – 1131 Janesville Avenue

https://www.firesidetheatre.com

800-477-9505


 

July 27, 2017 – David Stokes: “Birds, Bugs, Beavers: Builders in Nature”

Join us at the Powers Memorial Library to enjoy a highly entertaining and educational animal show presented by David Stokes!

Using puppets, toys, live animals (where possible), animal artifacts and humor, David will lead a fun examination of builders in nature like bird & insect nests, spider webs, beaver lodges & wolf dens! Join the fun; bring your camera!

1pm

Palmyra – 115 W. Main Street

www.palmyra.lib.wi.us

262-495-4605


 

July 27, 2017 – Tin Can Lanterns

Join us at the Karl Junginger Memorial Library for a fun night of adult crafts. We will be making tin can lanterns. Create something to light up your deck or walkway!

Bring a friend!

6pm

Waterloo – 625 N Monroe Street

www.waterloo.lib.wi.us

920-478-3344


 

July 27, 2017 – David Stokes

Using puppets, toys, live animals (where possible), animal artifacts and humor, David will lead a fun examination of builders in nature at Irvin L. Young Memorial Library. All ages are welcome and no registration for this program is required.

3:30pm

Whitewater – 431 W. Center Street

www.whitewaterlibrary.org
262-473-0530


 

July 28, 2017 – Cambridge Summer Concert Series

The Cambridge Arts Council presents

Summer Concert Series 2017 at Veteran’s Park Downtown Cambridge, Friday evenings. Concerts are free.

Enjoy the Oak Street Rambler (Bluegrass) tonight!

Bring a picnic and make a night of it!

6:30pm – 8:30pm

Cambridge – Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce – 100 E. Main Street

cambridgewiarts.org  


 

July 29, 2017 – Lake Ripley Ride

It’s the 4th annual Lake Ripley Ride.  Choose between three course distances, all of which started at Ripley Park: 22 miles, 40 miles, or a 62 mile metric century.  Preregister online or at 7am the day of the ride. More than half of the riders choose the toughest route of 62 miles.

With over 200 riders participating in the event, there were cyclists seen all over town. The first rest stop was located at CamRock III. The local Girl Scouts, headed by Amanda Hollis, showered the riders with support and lots of goodies. Riders continuing on the 40 mile course took a tour through the countryside and headed to West Koshkonong church, where Cindy Brady and members of the CHS girls’ basketball team were waiting to help the riders cool down and replenish. Ice cold towels were provided to all the riders to offer relief from the heat.

The ride continued to Marshall Fireman’s park, where the CAP Body FIT crew was stationed to provide support. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches along with fruit, water, and Gatorade were available to nourish the cyclists.

After trekking their respective miles, riders headed back to Ripley Park for a superb chicken dinner provided by the Cambridge Lions Club.

The goal of the Lake Ripley Ride was to raise funds for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) and the Cambridge CAP.

8am – 12pm

Cambridge – Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce – N4310 Park Road

www.cambridgecap.net

608-423-8108


 

July 29, 2017 – Watertown Geomania

Enjoy the city as you search for geocaches, solve puzzles, and compete for prizes in the first Geomania!

9am

Watertown – Labaree Sreet


 

July 31, 2017 – Fort Atkinson Summer Charity Concerts

Summer Charity ConcertBring your lawn chair, pack a picnic basket, and enjoy an evening with friends for concerts in the park featuring the Fort Atkinson community band in the Barrie Park bandshell.

6pm-9pm

Fort Atkinson – 210 Robert Street


 

July 31, 2017 – Farm Camp for Kids

Hosted by BeefnBeaks farm in Waterloo, this is a great chance to introduce your kids to farms, animals and the growing process.

Waterloo
See our  Facebook page for more details.