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5/22/2018
Date Night
Join us every Tuesday night for "Date Night"! Bring your honey, best friend, or a new date. Enjoy ou... (more info)

5/23/2018
Wednesday Night Open Shoots
For details call 608.543.3986.... (more info)

5/23/2018
Tomah Farmers Market
Wednesday's through October 31st. For details call 608.372.2166.... (more info)

5/23/2018
Farmers Market
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 fo... (more info)

5/23/2018
Market on the Square
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.... (more info)



Tractor Pull June 21st - 23rd. Recreation Park, Tomah, WI. 3 days, 5 shows. Commercial booths-food & vendors. Friday features Kids Klub 9am. Military all day Friday $17 per session w/Military ID. Salute to the Armed Forces with a Motorcycle parade Friday 6 pm.
www.tomahtractorpull.com


If you have ever visited a dairy farm, met an Emu, tasted a squeaky-fresh cheese curd still warm from the vat, got lost in a corn maze, or picked your own strawberries under the same summer sun that sweetened them then you've been involved in ag-tourism! With Agriculture and Tourism among the top revenue generators in Wisconsin, combining the two into "Ag-Tourism" makes good business sense and offers unlimited potential for growth.
www.wiagtourism.com


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May
1 En Guete Evening
Turner Hall, 1217-17th Ave, Monroe, WI
5:30 pm
Themed "dutch treat" gathering sponsored by New World Swiss Club. For more information call 608.325.3461.
www.turnerhallofmonroe.org
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WI Regional Arts
Monroe Arts Center, 1315-11th St, Monroe, WI
Gallery hours Tues-Sat 10 am to 5 pm. Exhibit & Contest. Non-professional artists in all media. For more information call 608.325.5700.
www.monroeartscenter.com
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A Swiss Folk Art
Monroe Arts Center, 1315-11th St, Monroe, WI
Gallery hours Tues-Sat 10 am - 5 pm. Scissor paper cuttings by Elda & Linda Schiesser. For more information call 608.325.5700.
www.monroeartscenter.com
1 Open Mic
Folklore Village, Dodgeville, WI
7 pm - 9 pm
Perform or listen to song, dance and spoken word. MC'd, piano available. For more information call 608.924.4000.
www.folklorevillage.org
1 Swiss Village Opens for the Season
New Glarus, WI
10 am - 4 pm
Open daily through mid-October. For more information call 608.527.2317.
www.swisshistoricalvillage.org
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Gallery Exhibit
Monroe Clinic Hospital, Monroe, WI
Presented by Monroe Arts Center. There's More To Art Than Meets the Eye. For more information call 608.325.5700.
www.monroeartscenter.com
1 Date Night
The Cotter Pin, 20671 Hwy 27, Sparta, WI
5 pm - 8 pm
Join us every Tuesday night for our new "Date Night"! Bring your honey, best friend, or a new date. Enjoy our new appetizers, two drinks of your choice: including wines, sangrias, craft beer, or mixed drinks. And to top it off - dessert! $30. For more information call 608.487.8118.
1 Visit the Fort Crawford Museum
717 South Beaumont Road, Prairie du Chien, WI
9 am - 4 pm
New Exhibit on the bicentennial of Crawford County. Sponsored by Prairie du Chien Historical Society. For more information call 608.326.6960.
www.fortcrawfordmuseum.com
2 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
2 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
11 am - 6 pm
Wednesday's through October 31st. For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
2 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
3 pm - 7 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
2 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
2 Women's Art Party
Shake Rag Alley, Lind Pavilion, 411 Commerce St, Mineral Point, WI
6:30 - 8:30 pm
This is dedicated to fairies and fairy furniture. The . gathering will be spent assembling the magical things fairies need to construct a special village that will be featured among the historic buildings of the Shake Rag Alley Center Supplies provided. $5 suggested donation, no registration required. Bring whimsy! For more information call 608.987.32292.
info@shakeragalley.com
www.ShakeRagAlley.com
3 First Thursday & Wine Walk
Monroe, WI
Wine walk & shopping. Stores open late. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
3 Play Pfeffer
VFW Post 2112, 121 Rusk Ave, Sparta, WI
1 pm - 3 pm
Pfeffer is a Midwestern American card game. In a standard four player game, it involves 24 cards, the Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, and 9 of each suit. Public welcome. For more information call 608.269.2278.
3 Mixpo
Fire Station, Mount Horeb, WI
Visit hundreds of businesses at the sales and marketing event of the year! Compare the latest and greatest products and services and find what you need to enhance your company's business practices and customer service. Check out the Passport to Prizes and Win fabulous door prizes! Event is FREE to the public & Free Beverages. For more information call 608.437.5914.
www.trollway.com
3 Library Tea and Euchre Party
Livingston, WI
1 - 3:30 pm
Fundraiser. Free will donation lunch followed by euchre playing and lots of door prizes. For more information call 608.943.6801.
www.livingstonvillage.webs.com
3 Spring Storytime
Sparta Free Library,124 W. Main St, Sparta, WI
10:30 - 11 am
Stories, songs, rhymes, and more! Storytime is designed for young children and their caregivers.
www.spartalibrary.org
3 VIVA Gallery's 1st Thursday Artist Reception
217 South Main St, Viroqua, WI
5 - 7 pm
The artistic offerings at VIVA Gallery are growing, as the cooperative adds new artists to its membership and thus an expanded range of beautiful, locally-created artworks. For more information call 608.637.6918. Dinner to follow - 7 pm @ The Rooted Spoon. Email rootedspoon@gmail.com or call 608.632.2120 to make reservations.
info@vivagallery.net
www.vivagallery.net
3 Dime a Dip Dinner
Brooklyn, WI
4:30 - 6:30 pm
Held at the Community Building, 210 Commercial Street.
www.brooklynrecreation.org
3 First Thursday
Monroe, WI
Stores open late for shopping. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
3 Live Music Featuring Don D. Harvey
Cork & Barrel, Sparta, WI
7 pm - 9 pm
Stop by and enjoy live music! For more information call 608.487.9950.
corkandbarrelsparta@gmail.com
www.corkandbarrelsparta.com
4 Cassville Car Ferry
Ferry Landing, Riverside Park, Cassville, WI
The Ferry begins operation and will run through October 28, river conditions permitting. Please call the 24 hour Info Line 608.725.5180 or visit us on Facebook at Cassville Car Ferry for the 2018 schedule.
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City Wide Rummage Sales
Tomah, WI
Locations vary throughout town. City residents hold rummage sales at their homes. Some area businesses also partake in the sales. For a list of sales pick up the Foxxy Shopper the week of the City Wide Sales or call 608.372.2166.
4 Lafayette County Races
Lafayette County Speedway, Darlington, WI
Friday evenings. Lafayette County Speedway is the three-eighths mile clay dirt track. Featuring at least five classes and special events each Friday night through August. The speedway also offers a family pass. For more information call 608.331.7804.
www.lafayettecountyspeedwaywi.com
4 Dedication of The Sardeson
223 Commerce St, Mineral Point, WI
5:30 - 7:30 pm
Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts welcomes the public. Since beloved Mineral Point stonemason and potter Roland Sardeson gifted his historic property to Shake Rag Alley in 2016, renovation work has been in progress by many local businesses, contractors and volunteers to expand workshop offerings and lodging capacity. Join us in celebrating and thanking everyone who has been a part of this renovation project. The dedication will include the unveiling of the unique hand-carved sign by John Sharp that will grace the entrance to the building followed an open house. For more information call 608.987.3292.
info@shakeragalley.com
www.ShakeRagAlley.com
5 Dandelion Dash
Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers, Cashton, WI
8 am - 12 pm
Join us for the 8th Annual Dandelion Dash! Individual Registration: $15 per person. Team Registration requires 3 or more individuals: $10 per person. This is a family friendly gathering designed to promote health and wellness throughout the community with an annual fun run/walk event sponsored by Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers. Participants have the option to complete a 3K or 5K run/walk, as well as participate in the 400 meter Kid Dash. For more information call 608.654.5100 ext. 457.
ahemmersbach@scenicbluffs.org
www.scenicbluffs.org
5 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
5 Sparta FFA Greenhouse Plant Sale
Sparta High School , Sparta, WI
9 am - 12 pm
Support the Sparta FFA by purchasing plants at their greenhouse plant sale. For more information call 608.366.3504 ext. 8304.
efollendorf@spartan.org
5 Cinco de Derby Party
Cork & Barrel, Sparta, WI
12 pm - 10 pm
Best Hat competition will be held at 4 pm. Enjoy $5 Mint Juleps & $5 Whiskey-Rita's all day. For details call 608.487.9950.
corkandbarrelsparta@gmail.com
www.corkandbarrelsparta.com
5 Blackhawk Grille Grand Opening
117 N. Main St, Viroqua, WI
Chris and Krista Underwood have owned and operated the Blackhawk Grille food truck since 2014. This is a big year for them with a brick and mortar location on Main Street at the same intersection where their food truck has been parked for the last few years. For more information and pictures of the inside of the building, check out their Facebook page or call 608.606.1961.
5 Hats, Horses & Hope
Turner Hall, 1217-17th Ave , Monroe, WI
Fundraiser for Green Haven Family Advocates with live music & food. For details call 608.325.6489.
www.greenhaven4help.com
5 Potluck & Maypole Family Night
Folklore Village, Dodgeville, WI
5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Welcome the return of spring by decorating and dancing around the traditional English Maypole. Bring fresh flowers! 608.924.4000.
www.folklorevillage.org
5 Cassville Farmer's Market
Volunteer Park, Amelia St, Cassville, WI
8 am - 11:30 am
Homemade baked and canned goods, along with home grown produce and plants.Every Saturday through October. For details call Jen Schmitz 608.725.5855.
5 Bike Trail Opening
Sparta, WI
Contact Sparta Area Chamber of Commerce for shuttle to Norwalk. Ride from Norwalk to Sparta. Enjoy the opening celebrations. Details call 608.269.4123.
www.bikesparta.org
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YFC Bloody Lake Rendezvous
Woodford WI
The 37th rendezvous Held at Blackhawk County Park.
5 PorkFest and Pork School
Wisconsin River Meats, N5340 Co Rd HH, Mauston, WI
10 am - 3 pm
For more information call 608.847.7413.
www.wisconsinrivermeats.com
5 Farmers' Market
Hwy 21 & Hwy 80, Necedah, WI
9 am - 12 pm
Village Hall Parking Lot at the intersection. Fresh produce, delicious edibles, and other farm to table treats. Every Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.565.2261.
www.facebook.com/necedahfarmersmarket
5 Dark of the Moon Contra Band
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
2 - 4 pm
Six women with instruments (guitar, harmonica, fiddles, mandolin, accordion,) make up Dark of the Moon. They play traditional music from the British Isles, America, Scandinavia and other countries for dancing and listening. Call 608.588.7070 for more information.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
5 Elroy Sparta State Trail Open House
111 Milwaukee St, Sparta, WI
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Gather at Chamber for coffee & donuts. Then ride to Norwalk on the Shuttle Bus and bike ride back to Sparta. 11 am is the official ribbon cutting & ceremony followed by grilled brats and hotdogs from the Sparta Ambassadors. Visit vendors from area destinations for family friendly activities! For more information call 608.269.4123.
events@bikesparta.com
www.bikesparta.org
5 Mother / Daughter Breakfast in a Victorian Kitchen
Villa Louis, 521 N. Villa Louis Road, Prairie du Chien, WI
8:30 am - 1 pm
Hands on cooking experience for mothers and daughters 12-18 years of age on a culinary tour of the 18 century. Tour included. Reservations required. For more information call 608.326.7207.
5 Annual Rose Delivery Day
Argyle, WI
Argyle Lion's Club orders needed 1 week in advance. For more information call 608.214.5894.
5 Skogdalen Salad Luncheon
Skogdalen Lutheran Church, Westby, WI
11 am - 1 pm
All you can eat salad luncheon with lefse. Located at Oakdale and County P. For details call 608.634.4871.
5 Spring Storytime
Sparta Free Library,124 W. Main St, Sparta, WI
10:30 - 11 am
Stories, songs, rhymes, and more! Storytime is designed for young children and their caregivers.
www.spartalibrary.org
5 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
6 am - 1 pm
For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
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YFC Bloody Lake Rendezvous
Blackhawk County Park, Woodford WI
For details call 608.5325.5034.
5 Annual Rose Delivery Day
Argyle Lion's Club, Argyle, WI
Orders needed 1 week in advance. For more information call 608.214.5894.
5 Car Swap Meet
Southwest Tech, Fennimore, WI
Family friendly buy, sell, trade parts etc. Free event. For more information call 800.822.1131.
www.fennimore.com
5 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
5 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
7 am
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
5 Return of the Bikes Extravaganza!
Sparta Chamber, 111 Milwaukee St, Sparta, WI
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Schedule
8:30 Gather at Chamber for coffee & donuts
9:00 Ride to Norwalk on the Shuttle Bus and bike ride back to Sparta
11:00 Official Ribbon Cutting & Ceremony
11:30 Enjoy Cinco de Mayo flavor with Street Tacos from the Sparta Ambassadors & visit vendors from area destinations for family friendly activities!
events@bikesparta.com
www.bikesparta.org
6 Noah Geller & Friends
Pierce Hill Performing Arts, Viroqua, WI
3 pm
Kansas City Symphony Concertmaster, Noah Geller with violinist, Larisa Elisha; violists, Michael Strauss and Ben Geller; cellists, Steven Elisha and Wyatt Sutherland perform two extraordinary chamber music works; Brahms Sextet No 2 in G Major and Tchaikovsky Sextet "Souvenir de Florence" in Viroqua's new summer concert series Pierce Hill.
piercehillperformingarts@gmail.com
www.piercehillperformingarts.org
6 Acoustic Jam
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
1 pm - 3 pm
Acoustic Jam. Come to listen or play. Call for more information 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
7 Taste of Spring
Peppercorn Banquet Hall, Monroe, WI
An elegant evening of fine wine, outstanding cuisine & art. Presented by Monroe Arts Center. For details call 608.325.5700.
www.monroeartscenter.com
7 City Wide Rummage Sales
Richland Center, WI
Ads in The Richland Center Shopping News. For more information call 608.647.2911.
www.richlandcentershoppingnews.com
8 Date Night
The Cotter Pin, 20671 Hwy 27, Leon, WI
5 pm - 8 pm
Join us every Tuesday night for "Date Night"! Bring your honey, best friend, or a new date. Enjoy our new appetizers, two drinks of your choice: including wines, sangrias, craft beer, or mixed drinks. And to top it off - dessert! $30. For more information call 608.487.8118.
9 Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club
Food Enterprise Center, Viroqua, WI
5:30 pm
This month's meeting, Go Nuts! Opportunities with hickory nuts with Sam Thayer. Organic fruit and nut grower, author, researcher, and educator. Be ready to learn some new tips and we'll celebrate your ideas. The meetings are free and no reservations are required. For more information contact Sue Noble at 608.638.8332 or Nora Roughen-Schmidt at nrschmidt@viroqua-wisconsin.com, 608.637.2575.
snoble@veda-wi.org
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Sparta FFA Greenhouse Plant Sale
Sparta High School , Sparta, WI
3 pm - 5 pm
Support the Sparta FFA by purchasing plants at their greenhouse plant sale. For more information call 608.366.3504 ext. 8304.
efollendorf@spartan.org
9 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
9 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
11 am - 6 pm
Wednesday's through October 31st. For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
9 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
3 pm - 7 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
9 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
10 Fennimore Legion Spaghetti Supper
860 Lincoln Ave, Fennimore, WI
4:30 - 7 pm
For more information call 800.822.1131.
www.fennimore.com
10 Play Pfeffer
VFW Post 2112, 121 Rusk Ave, Sparta, WI
1 pm - 3 pm
Pfeffer is a Midwestern American card game. In a standard four player game, it involves 24 cards, the Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, and 9 of each suit. Public welcome. For more information call 608.269.2278.
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Rolling Hills 10th Annual Flower and Veggie Fundraiser
Rolling Hills Farmhouse Garage, Sparta, WI
9 am - 6 pm
Free admission. Saturday only until 1 pm. Funds raised will be used for live music throughout the year as well as any activity supplies the residents ask for. More details, call 608.269-8829.
linda.fabry@co.monroe.wi.us
www.rollinghillsseniorliving.org
10 Spring Storytime
Sparta Free Library,124 W. Main St, Sparta, WI
10:30 - 11 am
Stories, songs, rhymes, and more! Storytime is designed for young children and their caregivers.
www.spartalibrary.org
11 Story time
Hillsboro Library, 819 High Ave, Hillsboro, WI
10:30 am - 11:15 am
Children's Reading Program ages birth-preschool. For details call 608.489.2192.
www.wrlsweb.org/hillsboro
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Spring Festival
Gays Mills, WI
Tour one of Wisconsin's prime apple growing areas including orchards in bloom, a flea market, food stands, and the annual Festival of Folk Music and Dance. For more information call 608.735.4341.
www.gaysmills.org
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City Wide Garage Sales
Platteville, WI
9 am - 5 pm
Enjoy the annual weekend of hundreds of garage sales in Platteville and the surrounding area. For more information call 608.348.8888.
www.Platteville.com
11 Lafayette County Races
Lafayette County Speedway, Darlington, WI
Friday evenings. Lafayette County Speedway is the three-eighths mile clay dirt track. Featuring at least five classes and special events each Friday night through August. The speedway also offers a family pass. For more information call 608.331.7804.
www.lafayettecountyspeedwaywi.com
12 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
12 Shop Small Saturday
Monroe, WI
Shop local merchants. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
12 Cassville FFA Plant Sale
Cassville HS, 715 E Amelia St, Cassville, WI
8 am
Plants for sale. For more information call 608.725.5116.
12 Cassville Farmer's Market
Volunteer Park, Amelia St, Cassville, WI
8 am - 11:30 am
Homemade baked and canned goods, along with home grown produce and plants.Every Saturday through October. For details call Jen Schmitz 608.725.5855.
12 VFW Steak Feed
Benton, WI
4:30 pm - 7 pm
Held at VFW Hall.
12 Cinco de Mayo & Fiesta Latina
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
Wisconsin's best Latin Festival, Mariachi Bands, Cultural Dances. All day entertainment. Authentic food. A celebration of Latin cultures. For more information call 608.776.3067.
www.cincodemayowi.org
12 Farmers' Market
Hwy 21 & Hwy 80, Necedah, WI
9 am - 12 pm
Village Hall Parking Lot at the intersection. Fresh produce, delicious edibles, and other farm to table treats. Every Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.565.2261.
www.facebook.com/necedahfarmersmarket
12 Bluegrass Jam
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
1:30 pm - 4 pm
Come to play or listen. Call for more information 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
12 Lego Club
Sparta Free Library,124 W. Main St, Sparta, WI
12 pm - 1 pm
Come build and play, then we will display your creations at the library until the next Lego Club. Legos provided. Open to children Pre-K through 6th grade. For more information call 608.269.2010.
a.schreiber@wrlsweb.org
www.spartalibrary.org
12 International Migratory Bird Day
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, N11385 Headquarters Rd, Necedah, WI
8 am - 4 pm
Free event. Family friendly activities all day. Advanced and family birding hikes also. Refreshments by Friends of Necedah. Meet at the Visitor Center. For more information call 608.565.2551.
Necedah@fws.gov
www.fws.gov/refuge/necedah
12 International Spring Bird Migration Hike
Ferryville Village Hall, Ferryville, WI
7:30 am
Refreshments at Village Hall. Hike at Sugar Creek Bluff. Free. Mississippi Valley Conservancy and Ferryville Tourism Council host the hike lead by expert birders of the region. Easy hike. For more information call 608.734.9018.
www.visitferryville.com
12 Motorsports Mayhem
Richland County Fairgrounds, Richland Center, WI
11 am - 12 am
Truck/tractor pulls, drag races, demolition derby, ATV races, snowmobile grass races, & more. For more information call 608.604.5068.
www.hybridredneck.com
12 Journey Through Time
Prairie du Chien, WI
10 am - 5 pm
Downtown open house event. This free event includes guided tours of historic sites and many family activities. Cannon firing demonstrations at Fort Crawford Museum. For more information call 608.412.1995.
12 Spring Storytime
Sparta Free Library,124 W. Main St, Sparta, WI
10:30 - 11 am
Stories, songs, rhymes, and more! Storytime is designed for young children and their caregivers.
www.spartalibrary.org
12 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
6 am - 1 pm
For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
12 Bike Rodeo
New Glarus Chamber, 418 Railroad St, New Glarus, WI
11 am -1 pm
Bike safety training & fun for kids. For more information call 800.527.6838.
www.swisstown.com
12 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
7 am
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
12 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
12 Tour Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts
18 Shake Rag St, Mineral Point, WI
9 am - 5 pm
Public is welcomes to stroll the grounds to see original fairy homes built especially for this annual tour. (Think small, really small!) Each home will be in a special spot during this fundraiser for arts and crafts educational programming and historic preservation. If you fall in love with a fairy house, you can bid for it in a silent auction. Also on-going Storyclay Telling with Maureen Carlson featuring tales of characters she creates right before your eyes, and make your own fairy home or fairy wand for an additional cost. Admission $5 for adults (12+), free for children 11 and under. For more information call 608.987.3292.
info@shakeragalley.com
www.ShakeRagAlley.com
13 Mother's Day Brunch
Tangled Hickory, 120 S Main St, Viroqua, WI
11 am
Spoil Mom with Tangled Hickory's Mother's Day Brunch Buffet. Includes your first Mimosa (or select a non-alcoholic beverage) and all Mothers will receive a pink rose. Just $29 per person, $14 for children 12 and under. Call 608.637.3031 or email for reservations.

Menu:
Signature Charcuterie & Cheeseboard
Spinach & Artichoke Wontons
Fresh Fruit
Build-Your-Own Waffle Bar
Assorted Salads
Sugar Glazed Ham
Seasoned Prime Rib
Seasonal Roasted Vegetables
Mashed Potatoes
Dessert Table...and More!
karya@tangledhickory.com
www.tangledhickory.com
13 Leon Garden Club Plant Sale
Leon Town Hall, 8108 Jackrabbit Ave, Leon, WI
8 am - 12 pm
Stop by for the Leon Garden Club plant sale. All plants are locally grown. Watch for the sign. For more details contact Pat 608.633.6261.
13 Chicken Q
Community Hall, Cashton, WI
For more information call 608.654.7828.
15 Date Night
The Cotter Pin, 20671 Hwy 27, Leon, WI
5 pm - 8 pm
Join us every Tuesday night for "Date Night"! Bring your honey, best friend, or a new date. Enjoy our new appetizers, two drinks of your choice: including wines, sangrias, craft beer, or mixed drinks. And to top it off - dessert! $30. For more information call 608.487.8118.
15 Bingo Night
City Hall Community Room, New Lisbon, WI
5:30 pm
Refreshments will be for sale. BINGO will be held on the third Tuesday of every month. Bingo supplies, snacks and beverages available for purchase. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchamber@mwt.net
www.newlisbonchamber.com
15 Lions Club Bingo
Community Hall, Cashton, WI
For more information call 608.654.7828.
15 Squeezebox Night
Turner Hall, 1217-17th Ave, Monroe, WI
6 pm
Accordion jam. For details call 608.325.3461.
www.turnerhallofmonroe.org
16 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
16 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
11 am - 6 pm
Wednesday's through October 31st. For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
16 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
3 pm - 7 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
16 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
16 Women's Art Party
Lind Pavilion, 411 Commerce St, Mineral Point, WI
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Shake Rag Alley will be spent designing mandalas on 33 rpm records. Bring your own project to work on or just sit, chat and have tea with friends. Drop-ins are welcome. $5 suggested donation, no registration required. For more information call 608.987.3292.
info@shakeragalley.com
www.ShakeRagAlley.com
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Fennimore Citywide Garage Sales
Fennimore, WI
7 am
For more information call 800.822.1131.
www.fennimore.com
17 Play Pfeffer
VFW Post 2112, 121 Rusk Ave, Sparta, WI
1 pm - 3 pm
Pfeffer is a Midwestern American card game. In a standard four player game, it involves 24 cards, the Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, and 9 of each suit. Public welcome. For more information call 608.269.2278.
17 Spring Storytime
Sparta Free Library,124 W. Main St, Sparta, WI
10:30 - 11 am
Stories, songs, rhymes, and more! Storytime is designed for young children and their caregivers.
www.spartalibrary.org
17 Senior Drop-In
Hillsboro Public Library, 819 High Avenue, Hillsboro, WI
6:30 pm
Interesting local authors/speakers. For more information call 608.489.2192.
www.wrlsweb.org/hillsboro
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Found & Stitched
Monroe Clinic Hospital, Monroe, WI
Presented by Monroe Arts Center. Exhibit by Pat Kroth. For more information call 608.325.5700.
www.monroeartscenter.com
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5/19/2018
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Armed Forces Day Celebration
Nelson Park, Camp Douglas, WI
4 - 9 pm
Carnival, tractor pull, softball tournament, 5K run, live music & more. For more information call 608.427.3355.
www.campdouglaswi.com
18 PDC UnCorked
Prairie du Chien, WI
5 pm - 8:30 pm
A wine tasting event. Limited tickets available. Contact Prairie du Chien Chamber of Commerce for more information at 608.326.8555 ext. 10 or 12.
www.prairieduchien.org
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5/19/2018
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Rummage Along the River
Ferryville, WI
8 am - 4 pm
70 mile garage sale full of antiques and bargains. Hwy 35 through Stoddard, Genoa, Victory, De Soto, Ferryville, Lynxville, Seneca, Mt. Sterling, WI. For more information call 608.734.9077.
www.visitferryville.com
18 Lafayette County Races
Lafayette County Speedway, Darlington, WI
Friday evenings. Lafayette County Speedway is the three-eighths mile clay dirt track. Featuring at least five classes and special events each Friday night through August. The speedway also offers a family pass. For more information call 608.331.7804.
www.lafayettecountyspeedwaywi.com
19 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
19 Running with the Trolls
Westby, WI
11 am
Mark your calendars! The VMH Wellness Center's is sponsoring the run. Unique awards for overall and age group winners of each race - Medals. VMH Water Bottles are also available for $5 (registration form under race store tab). For more info on the race call 608.638.2348 or go online.
monroe@vmh.org
www.bit.ly/2FheyFR
19 Foraging the Forest
Bloody Run Park, McGregor, IA
10 am
Learn what you can and shouldn't eat! We had to reschedule this class to May as we had all that surprising April snow! For more information contact the McGregor~Marquette Chamber of Commerce ~ 563.873.2186 or 800.896.0910.
www.mcgreg-marq.org
19 Cassville Farmer's Market
Volunteer Park, Amelia St, Cassville, WI
8 am - 11:30 am
Homemade baked and canned goods, along with home grown produce and plants.Every Saturday through October. For details call Jen Schmitz 608.725.5855.
19 Armed Forces Day
Fort McCoy, WI
9 am - 3 pm
Free and open to the public. Activities include guided installation bus tours, personalized ID tags, camouflage face-painting, and more.

19 Annual Garage Sales
Hazel Green, WI
8 am - 4 pm
City wide sales with maps available that weekend. For more details call 608.854.2953.
19 Indoor Rummage Sale
Winding Rivers United Methodist Church, New Lisbon, WI
8 am
For more information call 608.562.3487.
19 Garage Sales
Fennimore, WI
7 am
Maps at convenience stores.
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5/20/2018
20
Nation of Patriots Ride: Destination Celebration
Fire Station, Fennimore, WI
2 - 6 pm
Parade and community celebration with pancake breakfast on Sunday.
19 Farmers' Market
Hwy 21 & Hwy 80, Necedah, WI
9 am - 12 pm
Village Hall Parking Lot at the intersection. Fresh produce, delicious edibles, and other farm to table treats. Every Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.565.2261.
www.facebook.com/necedahfarmersmarket
19 Nath Dresser
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
2 - 4 pm
Singer, songwriter, photographer, and chapbook maker, Nath describes himself as "essentially folk, with dashes of country, pop, and Americana tossed into the mix." Call for more information 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
19 Grilled Steak Dinner
Memorial VFW Post 10911 & Auxiliary, Camp Douglas, WI
4 - 8 pm
Just $10/plate every 3rd Saturday. Hosted by Memorial VFW Post 10911 & Auxiliary. Email Renee with questions or call 608.427.3355.
VFW10911@yahoo.com
19 Old Fashioned Day
Wonewoc, WI
For more information call 608.464.3210.
www.wonewocwisc.com/old-fashioned-day
19 Meet the Frogs
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, Necedah, WI
10 am - 11 am
Free Event. Discover amphibians! Meet at the Visitor Center For more information call 608.565.2551.
www.fws.gov/refuge/necedah
19 VFW Steak Fry
DeSoto Community Center, DeSoto, WI
4:30 - 8 pm
Hosted by VFW Post 8123. To order a meal call 608.648.2127.
19 19th Annual Householder Golf Outing
419 East State St, Mauston, WI
11 am
Shotgun start. 9 Hole Best Ball. Beginners to professional welcomed. Assistance provided to beginners to remain competitive. Rain or shine (indoor events planned if rain). Live auction, door prizes, potluck meal. $20 entry fee includes lunch & one drink. For more information call 608.847.4002.
friends.family@hotmail.com
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Uff Da Fest
Eagles Landing Winery, Marquette, IA
10 am - 5 pm
Celebrate Norwegian Independence Day with our UFF Da Wine. Don't forget to sample Uff Da while sampling other award winning wines. Open daily. For more information call 563.873.1905.
www.eagleslandingwinery.com
19 Muscoda Firemen's Steak Feed
Fire Station, 701 N Wisconsin Avenue, Muscoda, WI
5 pm
Steak dinner with refreshments.
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36th Annual Morel Mushroom Festival
Muscoda, WI
10 am - 4 pm
Buy & sell morels, arts & crafts, flea market, wine tasting, morel microbrew beer tasting, bounce houses, ball games, parade, food vendors & much more. For more information call 608.739.3182.
www.muscoda.com
19 Frokost Norwegian Breakfast
United Methodist Church, 202 E State St, Westby, WI
Sons of Norway serve a wonderful breakfast. For more information call 608.634.4165 or 608.634.3412.
19 Syttende Mai Golf Tournament
Snowflake Ski Hill, Westby, WI
18 hole scramble tournament. For more information call 608.634.3412.
www.snowflakeskiclub.com
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Syttende Mai Norwegian Festival
Westby, WI
Craft display, Heritage tent, Ethnic foods, and parade. For more information call 608.634.4011.
www.westbysyttendemai.com
19 Farmers Market - Market in the Park
Sugar Creek Park Hwy 35, Ferryville, WI
9 am - 3 pm
In season garden and fruit produce, canned foods, Amish goods, baskets, quilts, crafts, fresh bakery, flowers, plants, jewelry, coffee and more. For more information call 608.734.9077.
www.visitferryville.com
19 Spring Storytime
Sparta Free Library,124 W. Main St, Sparta, WI
10:30 - 11 am
Stories, songs, rhymes, and more! Storytime is designed for young children and their caregivers.
www.spartalibrary.org
19 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
6 am - 1 pm
For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
19 One Night in Memphis
Monroe HS Performing Arts Center, 1600-26th St, Monroe, WI
7:30 pm
Music of Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis & Johnny Cash. For more information call 608.325.5700.
www.monroeartscenter.com
19 Juda Hill Climb
Juda Schools, N2385 Spring St, Juda, WI
5K run & 2K walk.
www.judaschool.com
19 Spring Fling
Monticello, WI
Fun, food & pig roast, beer tent, entertainment.
www.monticello-wi.com
19 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
19 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
7 am
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
20 Pancake Breakfast
Belmont Fire Station, Belmont, WI
7:30 am - 12 pm
Sponsored by the Belmont EMS. For more information call 608.762.5715 or 608.778.9715.
www.belmontwi.com
20 Texas Hold Em
The Cotter Pin, 20671 Hwy 27, Leon, WI
11 am - 4 pm
Come down and join our Texas Hold Em tournament. Prizes and fun! Call to sign up or just show up that morning. For more information call 608.487.8118.
20 Pancake Breakfast
Brodhead Airport, Brodhead, WI
7 am - 11 am
EAA Chapter 431 annual pancake breakfast. For more information call 608.897.1175.
www.eaa431.org
20 Our Savior's Lutheran Church Dinner
Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 306 S. Main St, Westby, WI
11 am - 1 pm
Members of Our Savior's Church serve a complete dinner including Lefse and Norwegian pastries. For more information call 608.634.4871.
20 Meatball Dinner
Coon-Prairie Lutheran Church, 500 S. Main St, Westby, WI
11 am - 1 pm
Members of Coon Prairie Church serve a complete dinner including Lefse and Norwegian pastries. For more information call 608.634.3412.
20 Country Coon Prairie Worship Service
Country Coon-Prairie Church, Westby, WI
9:30 am
Worship in a country church that is on the national register of historic places. For more information call 608.634.3412.
20 Pancake Breakfast
Brodhead Airport, Brodhead, WI
Plane rides. Sponsored by EAA 431.
www.eaa431.org
22 Date Night
The Cotter Pin, 20671 Hwy 27, Leon, WI
5 pm - 8 pm
Join us every Tuesday night for "Date Night"! Bring your honey, best friend, or a new date. Enjoy our new appetizers, two drinks of your choice: including wines, sangrias, craft beer, or mixed drinks. And to top it off - dessert! $30. For more information call 608.487.8118.
23 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
23 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
11 am - 6 pm
Wednesday's through October 31st. For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
23 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
3 pm - 7 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
23 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
24 Play Pfeffer
VFW Post 2112, 121 Rusk Ave, Sparta, WI
1 pm - 3 pm
Pfeffer is a Midwestern American card game. In a standard four player game, it involves 24 cards, the Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, and 9 of each suit. Public welcome. For more information call 608.269.2278.
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Rummage Sale
Trinity Lutheran Church, Hustler, WI
8 am - 3 pm
You name the price. No reasonable offer refused.
25 Lafayette County Races
Lafayette County Speedway, Darlington, WI
Friday evenings. Lafayette County Speedway is the three-eighths mile clay dirt track. Featuring at least five classes and special events each Friday night through August. The speedway also offers a family pass. For more information call 608.331.7804.
www.lafayettecountyspeedwaywi.com
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5/28/2018
28
Yesteryear's Weekend
Albany, WI
Music, carnival, duck races, chicken BBQ. Parade on Saturday & Memorial Day.
www.albanywi.org
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5/27/2018
27
Music Fest
New Glarus, WI
Live music in the tent & at businesses. Inflatables for kids. Fundraiser for New Glarus Youth Committee.
www.ngmusicfest.com
25 Chicken BBQ
Village Park, 300 Railroad St, New Glarus, WI
5 - 8 pm
Sponsored by the Lions Club. For more information call 800.527.6838.
www.swisstown.com
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Historical Society Museum
Albert Field Memorial Park, Hillsboro, WI
1 pm - 4 pm
Open on Sundays. For more information call 608.489.2521.
www.hillsborowi.com
26 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
26 Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum Season
1135 6th Street, Fennimore, WI
Museum open daily 10 am - 4 pm. Fee. For more information call 608.778.1192.
www.fennimore.com
26 Fennimore Historical Railroad Society
610 Lincoln Avenue, Fennimore, WI
Museum open daily 10 am- 4 pm. Donation. For more information call 608.485.2408.
www.fennimore.com
26 Cassville Farmer's Market
Volunteer Park, Amelia St, Cassville, WI
8 am - 11:30 am
Homemade baked and canned goods, along with home grown produce and plants.Every Saturday through October. For details call Jen Schmitz 608.725.5855.
26 Depot Museum Opens
Brodhead, WI
1 - 4 pm
Open Wed, Sat, Sun & holidays through Autumnfest weekend.
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5/27/2018
27
The Great Wine and Chocolate Trail
Southwest Wisconsin
10 am - 5 pm
Sampling wine & chocolate at various wineries in SW WI. For more information call 608.929.7692.
www.southwestwisconsinwinetrail.com
26 Farmers' Market
Hwy 21 & Hwy 80, Necedah, WI
9 am - 12 pm
Village Hall Parking Lot at the intersection. Fresh produce, delicious edibles, and other farm to table treats. Every Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.565.2261.
www.facebook.com/necedahfarmersmarket
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Spring Art and Craft Festival
Triangle Park, McGregor, IA
9 am
We hope to see you here! Great art and craft vendors, great food and fun. We will have face painting for the kids or those who are kids at heart, music, balloon art and much more. The 40 plus artisans feature hand crafted items in their tents both indoors and outdoors. Grab a bite to eat at one of the food vendors and relax in enjoying the local talented musicians playing during the day! For more information contact the McGregor~Marquette Chamber of Commerce ~ 563.873.2186 or 800.896.0910.
www.mcgreg-marq.org
26 Friends & Family Cancer Foundation Breakfast
Travis Fitzgerald Memorial Park, Lyndon Station, WI
8 am - 11 am
For more information call 608.547.0765.
friends.family@hotmail.com
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5/27/2018
27
Spring Winery Festival
Burr Oak Winery, N5873 Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
11 am - 5 pm
Sample our wines and local chocolates. For more information call 608.562.5271.
www.burroakwinery.com
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Brodhead Historical Depot Museum
Brodhead, WI
1 pm - 4 pm
Open every Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday, & holidays. For more information call 608.558.4822.
www.brodheadhistory.org
26 Farmers Market - Market in the Park
Sugar Creek Park Hwy 35, Ferryville, WI
9 am - 3 pm
In season garden and fruit produce, canned foods, Amish goods, baskets, quilts, crafts, fresh bakery, flowers, plants, jewelry, coffee and more. For more information call 608.734.9077.
www.visitferryville.com
26 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
6 am - 1 pm
For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
26 Breakfast on the Farm
Karlen Farm, W4876 County C, Monticello, WI
6 am - 10 am
Farm breakfast, tours, entertainment.
www.agchest.com
26 Kickapoo Coffee's Coffee Tasting & Roastery Tour
Food Enterprise Center, 1201 North Main St, Viroqua, WI
10 am - 12 pm
Interested in learning more about what Kickapoo Coffee does and why they do it? Thirsty to try more of their coffees? Just looking to expand your general coffee knowledge? Kickapoo Coffee holds a monthly cupping on the last Saturday of every month at their roaster (parking in back). This tour of their facilities and coffee tasting is free and open to the public. Call 608.637.2022 with any questions you might have.
info@kickapoocoffee.com
www.kickapoocoffee.com
26 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
26 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
7 am
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
27 Annual Dance
Belmont Fire Station, Belmont, WI
9 pm - 1 am
Sponsored by the Belmont Firefighters.
27 BobFest
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
11 am - 7 pm
The 21st annual celebration of the music of Bob Dylan, will be held in the back yard of the General Store. Sixteen sets featuring solo performers, duos and bands like The Trailer Kings, Mr. Zimmy's Driftless Bottom Feeders, and Slow Train will perform live. A special festival menu will be served and local brewer, Sand Creek/Furthermore Beer, will be on tap along with Cider Farm's Cider. The festival is outside so bring a chair and maybe even some bug spray. Sit back. Sing along, dance. Welcome Summer at this fun filled, laid back festival. For more information call 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
27 American Legion Spring Fling
Ontario American Legion, Ontario,WI
noon
Pork and beef feed $10.00 per ticket plus raffles. For more information call 608.337.4763.
27 21st Annual Bob Fest
137 S. Albany St., Spring Green, WI
11 am - 7 pm
Free outdoor concert with live musicians playing all Dylan music. A whole day devoted to celebrating the music of Nobel Peace Prize Winner Bob Dylan. For the 21st consecutive year we will gather in the back yard to hear local musicians perform all Dylan music. Special Festival menu, Furthermore Beer, Cider Farm Cider and a pile of Dylan lovers. What could be a better way to welcome the Summer season? Music starts at 11. Check our website for performance schedule or call 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
27 Chicken Shoot
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
9 am - 4 pm
For details call 608.543.3986
28 Memorial Day Clay Shoot
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
10 am - 3 pm
50 bird sporting clay shoot. For details call 608.543.3986.
28 Memorial Day Program
Ontario Community Hall, Ontario,WI
10 am
American Legion Post 467 ceremony. For more information call 608.337.4763.
28 Memorial Day 50 Bird Sporting Clay Shoot
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
10 am - 3 pm
Details call 608.543.3986.
28 Memorial Day Parade
Hillsboro, WI
10:30 am
Begins at Hillsboro Library. Ends at Field Veteran's Memorial Park. For more information call 608.489.2280.
www.hillsborowi.com
28 Memorial Day Ceremony
Greenwood Cemetery, 27th Ave & 18th St, Monroe, WI
9 am
Parade with Monroe High School Band begins at Recreation Park. Cemetery program 9:30 am.
28 Memorial Day Parade
Albany, WI
Sponsored by McDermett-Steindorf American Legion.
28 Memorial Day Service/Parade
Fennimore, WI
9 am
Lincoln Avenue parade. Service following in Memorial Bldg. For more information call 800.822.1131.
www.fennimore.com
29 Evening Trap Shooting
America Clubhouse 6550 County Road I, Benton, WI
5 pm
25 birds for $3. Open to the public. Memorial Day-Labor Day. Fore more information call 608.732.4824.
29 Community Supper
New Lisbon Community Center, New Lisbon, WI
4:30 - 6 pm
Complimentary meal open to all. Come for the fellowship, stay for the meal. Walk-ins welcome. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
29 Date Night
The Cotter Pin, 20671 Hwy 27, Leon, WI
5 pm - 8 pm
Join us every Tuesday night for "Date Night"! Bring your honey, best friend, or a new date. Enjoy our new appetizers, two drinks of your choice: including wines, sangrias, craft beer, or mixed drinks. And to top it off - dessert! $30. For more information call 608.487.8118.
29 Sparta Full Moon Bicycle Rides
Chamber Depot, 111 Milwaukee St, Sparta, WI
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Enjoy the biking season with a guided ride on the Elroy-Sparta Trail. Be sure to bring your bike light and bike helmet. We'll head west to the intersection at Icebox Road where we'll meet up with the area astronomy club. They'll have telescopes available for viewing the moon and the night sky, and club members will share their insights. We'll also enjoy some refreshments before heading back to the Depot. Individuals under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Thanks to the Deke Slayton Space and Bike Museum and the Astronomy Club for sponsoring this ride. To let us know you plan to join the fun, call the Chamber Office during regular business hours 608.269.4123.
info@bikesparta.com
www.bikesparta.org
30 Community Supper
125 Royall Ave, Elroy, WI
4:30 - 6 pm
United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Complimentary meal open to all. Walk-ins welcome. For more information call 608.462.5953.
www.ElroyWI.com
30 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
30 Tomah Farmers Market
Gillett Park, E. Holton Street, Tomah, WI
11 am - 6 pm
Wednesday's through October 31st. For details call 608.372.2166.
info@tomahwisconsin.com
www.tomahwisconsin.com/tomah-farmers-market
30 Farmers Market
Courthouse Lawn, Mauston, WI
3 pm - 7 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. Contact Mauston Chamber of Commerce 608.847.4142 for more information.
www.mauston.com/Chamber
30 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
31 Play Pfeffer
VFW Post 2112, 121 Rusk Ave, Sparta, WI
1 pm - 3 pm
Pfeffer is a Midwestern American card game. In a standard four player game, it involves 24 cards, the Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, and 9 of each suit. Public welcome. For more information call 608.269.2278.
31 Inventors & Entrepreneurs Event
Lynxx Telcom, 127 Hwy 12, Lower Level, Camp Douglas, WI
5:30 pm - 8 pm
Every last Thursday. Open to the public. Free presentation on starting a business/invention. For more information call 608.427.2070.
ie.club@juneaucounty.com
www.juneaucounty.com
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June 2
City-wide Rummage Sales
Westby, WI
8 am
Find bargains & have fun! For details call 608.634.4011.
www.westbywi.com



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Here are just a few activities and attractions to enjoy in the Hidden Valleys Area:
Biking, Hiking, Skiing, Eagles, Bird watching, Fishing, Canoeing, Shopping, Meetings/conventions, Rails to trails, Birding, Mississippi River, River Boats, Museums, River Tours, Southwest Wisconsin, Star Spangled Celebration, Center Color Fiesta, Frank Lloyd Wright, Richland Center, WI HS Rodeo Finals, Country Living Showcase, UW-Richland, Red Door Gallery, Pine River, Rockbridge, Lone Rock, Viola, Horse & Colt Show, Country in the Country, Sugar River, Green County Cheese, New Glarus, America's Little Switzerland, Cheese Days, Cheese Country Trail, Limburger, Monroe, Badger State Trail, Yodel, Alphorn, Mississippi River, Mississippi River Cruises, Grandad Bluff, Riverboat, Historic Downtown, Great River Road, Oktoberfest, Riverfest, City Brewery, Holiday Lights, Jazz Fest, Irishfest, Deke Slayton Airfest, Sunfish Days, Paddlewheel boat, Wild West Days, Czesky Den, Wildcat Mountain State Park, Kickapoo River, Kickapoo Valley Reserve, Vernon County, Elroy Sparta Bike Trail