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hidden valleys events
8/16/2018
Farmers Market
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.... (more info)

8/16/2018
Free Live Trivia
At the American Legion. For more information call 608.637.2271.... (more info)

8/16/2018
Hamburgers in the Park
Hamburgers and entertainment hosted by local service organizations. For more information call 608.63... (more info)

8/16/2018
Silent Auction
Shake Rag Alley's fundraiser for arts education programming. Browse the pre-sale Art & Fine Collecti... (more info)

8/16/2018
Play Pfeffer
Pfeffer is a Midwestern American card game. In a standard four player game, it involves 24 cards, th... (more info)



Tractor Pull June 20th - 22nd in 2019. Recreation Park, Tomah, WI. 3 days, 5 shows. Commercial booths-food & vendors. Friday features Kids Klub. Military day w/Military ID. Salute to the Armed Forces with a Motorcycle parade Friday.
www.tomahtractorpull.com


Hidden Valleys 2018 photo contest rules are as follows whether you are a beginner or professional photographer. -Photos must be in digital format, 20 megabytes or smaller, taken after January 1, 2016 in one of the 9 counties of Hidden Valleys. Only minor editing is acceptable (i.e. cropping, minor color corrections. -Photos become the sole property of Hidden Valleys of SW Wisconsin, be an original by the entrant. By submitting a photo the entrant acknowledges and warrants that the photo does not infringe on copyrights or trademarks of any person or entity and that no other party has any right, title, claim or interest in the photo. Please submit by email to hv@mwt.net (only 1 photo per email), with details of where and when the photo was taken (location and county), name of the photographer and details on what is pictured. All entries must be submitted by December 31, 2018. Prizes will be awarded based on creativity, uniqueness and photographic quality.
hv@mwt.net


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September
1 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
8 am - 12 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
1 Argyle Outdoor Market
Argyle WI
8 am - Noon
Many Vendors. For details call 608.543.3113.
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9/2/2018
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Labor Day Celebration
Glendale Park, Kendall, WI
10 am - 6 pm
Craft vendors at the park, parade, tractor pull & food. For more information call 608.463.7124.
1 90th Annual Benton Alumni Banquet
Benton, WI
4:30 pm
Banfield's Swiss Haus Cuba City with dinner and camaraderie and special program to follow.
1 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.
1 Cassville Car Cruise
Cassville Riverside Park, Cassville, WI
The 10th annual cruise with starting locations in Prairie du Chien, WI and Dubuque, IA. For more information call 608.725.5647.
www.cassvillecarcruiseinc.com
1 Cassville Car Cruise
Riverside Park, Cassville, WI
The starting locations in Prairie du Chien, WI and Dubuque, IA. More information call Marty Mumm 608.725.5647.
www.cassvillecarcruiseinc.com
1 Fall Arts & Crafts Fair
204 Division St, Brooklyn, WI
Held at the Elementary School. For more information call 608. 835.4500.
www.brooklynrecreation.org
1 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
1 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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9/3/2018
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65th Annual Firemen's Labor Day Celebration
Hillsboro Firemen's Park, Hillsboro, WI
Festival and parade. For details call 608.489.3856.
www.hillsborofire.info
1 St. Joseph's Fun Run/Walk
Hillsboro Firemen's Park, Hillsboro, WI
9 am
For more information call 608.489.8259.
www.hillsborofire.info
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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
1 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
1 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
1 Hillsboro Farmers Market
Royal Bank Parking Lot, 731 Water Avenue, Hillsboro, WI
8 am - 2 pm
Buy fresh, buy local at Farmers Market every Saturday. Call 608.489.2521 for more details.
clerk@hillsborowi.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
1 EAA Fly-In/ Drive-In
Mauston - New Lisbon Union Airport, W7493 Ferdon Rd, New Lisbon, WI
7 am - 2 pm
Pilots, builders & enthusiasts welcome. For more information call 608.547.6503.
www.1365.eaachapter.org
1 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
1 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
2 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
9 am - 1 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
2 Benton's Annual Labor Day Events
Benton, WI
Parade, pasty dinner, bingo, crafts, kids games, duck races, food stands, music all afternoon with street dance to follow.
2 Labor Day Trap, Skeet & Sporting Clay Shoot
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For more information call 608.543.3986.
2 Art in the Park
Village Park, 300 Railroad St , New Glarus, WI
Juried art show.
www.wilhelmtell.org
2 Elroy-sparta State Trail - Tunnel 3 History Ride
Sparta, WI
For more information call Sparta Area Chamber of Commerce 608.269.4123.
info@bikesparta.com
www.bikesparta.org
3 Hillsboro Firemen's Parade
Hillsboro Community Center, 203 Mill Street, Hillsboro, WI
10:30 am
For more information call 608.489.3856.
www.hillsborofire.info
3 10th Annual BeatleFest
137 S. Albany St., Spring Green, WI
11 am - 6:30 pm
Free outdoor concert with live musicians playing all Beatles music. Special festival menu. For details call 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
4 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.
4 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
4 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
5 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
3 pm - 6 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
5 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
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Richland County Fair
Richland County Fairgrounds, Richland Center, WI
4H exhibits, animal shows, displays, rides, games, food, harness racing, & other shows and activities. For details call 608.647.6859.
www.fair.co.richland.wi.us
5 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
5 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
5 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
6 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
2 pm - 6 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
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Cashton Fall Fest
Village Park & Community Hall, Cashton, WI
9 am - 10 pm
Tractor pull, crafts, carnival, and parade on Sunday. For more information call 608.654.7828.
6 Free Live Trivia
Tap House 138, 120 N rusk Ave, Viroqua, WI
7 pm and 8 pm
At the American Legion. For more information call 608.637.2271.
www.sporclelive.com
6 First Thursday
Monroe, WI
Stores open late for shopping. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
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Community Garage Sales
Monticello, WI
Sales throughout the town.
www.monticello-wi.com
6 Lego Club
Hatch Public Library, 111 West State St, Mauston, WI
3:30 pm
Lego Club meets the first Thursday of every month. We roll out our huge collection of Legos and Duplos. A chance to let your imagination run wild! Creations stay on display in the library. For more information call 608.847.4544.
maustonpl@wrlsweb.org
www.hatchpubliclibrary.org
6 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.
6 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
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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 sales. For more information call 608.372.2166.
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4th Annual Sustainability Weekend
Folklore Village, Dodgeville, WI
Hands-on workshops in traditional and functional crafts, music, food and more. Includes a Barn Dance and excellent meals prepared from local foods. Pre-registration required. For more information call 608.924.4000.
www.folklorevillage.org
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Platteville Dairy Day's Celebration
Legion Park, Platteville, WI
Amusement rides, parade, tractor/truck pulls, live music, entertainment & more. For ore information call 608.348.8888.
www.Platteville.com
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Historic Re-enactment
Mound View Park, Platteville, WI
Military demonstrations, storytelling, period food, trades-men bring the essence of early 1800s to life. For more information call 608.348.8888.
www.Platteville.com
7 VMH Foundation Golf Outing
Viroqua Hills Golf Course, 1110 US Highway 14, Viroqua, WI
9 am
The Vernon Memorial Healthcare Foundation invites you to tee off at the Viroqua Hills Golf Course for our 17th Annual Golf Outing. Your participation will support the programs, facilities, equipment and education that bring value to citizens of the rural communities we serve, ensuring quality care close to home. Enjoy a free buffet lunch before the game and an incredible stead dinner afterwards. For details call 608.637.4374.
donelson@vmh.org
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38th Annual Villa Louis Carriage Classic
Villa Louis, 521 N Villa Louis Road, Prairie du Chien, WI
Some of the region's finest horses and over 100 new and restored carriages compete in a variety of arena and cross-country events. For more information call 608.326.2721.
www.carriageclassic.com
8 Dash n Bash Festival
Travis Fitzgerald Memorial Park, Lyndon Station, WI
8 am - 6 pm
Breakfast at 8 am and lunch 11 am - 6 pm. Live music, corn hole tournament, celebrity dunk tank, raffles, live auction and more. Sponsored by the Friends & Family Cancer Foundation. For more information call 608.547.0765 or check out facebook.com/lyndondashnbash.
8 Dash n Bash Run
Travis Fitzgerald Memorial Park, Lyndon Station, WI
7:30 am
5K Walk/Run and 10K Run sponsored by the Friends & Family Cancer Foundation. For more information call 608.547.0765.
friends.family@hotmail.com
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Fall Harvest Winery Festival
Burr Oak Winery, N5873 Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
11 am - 5 pm
Food, arts & crafts, wine tasting, cooking demonstrations, & wagon rides. Grape stomping at 3 pm each day! For more information call 608.562.5271.
www.burroakwinery.com
8 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
8 am - 12 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
8 Apple Dumpling Day Festival
Schultz Park, Elroy, WI
7 am - 3 pm
Family fun with pancake breakfast, running races, inflatables, pedal pull, craft vendors, bean bag toss & more. Refreshments by Elroy Lions Club. For more information call 608.963.7988.
www.appledumplingdayraces.com
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Antique Tractor & Old Engines Power Show
Argyle Legion Park, Argyle WI
Thunder Bridge Fly Wheelers presents tractor pull, music and more. For more information call 608.426.0250.
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Pecatonica Valley Antique Days
Lafayette County Fairgrounds, Darlington, WI
Two days of flea markets, antique tractors and machinery displays.
8 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.
8 Cassville Park Preservation Party
Cassville Riverside Park, Cassville, WI
11 am
Food, music, and refreshments. Donations go to the Park Preservation Fund. For more information call 608.725.5175.
www.Cassville.org
8 Beer & Sausage Fest
Recreation Park, 1625 Butts Ave, Tomah, WI
Join us for Tomah Rotary's annual fundraiser. Sample beer from all across the great state of Wisconsin and more! Sausage and meat booths, pulled pork competition, live music, and an after party. Must be 21 or older. For more information call 608.372.2166.
8 Cassville Park Preservation Party
Riverside Park, Cassville, WI
Food, music, and refreshments. Donations go to the Park Preservation Fund. For more information call Bob Vogt 608.725.5175.
8 Taste of Boscobel
Double K's Bar & Restaurant, Boscobel, WI
$10 in advance or $15 at the door. Come sample delicious local food, drink, wine, and beer, enjoy our favorite local band, and shop in the downtown area and booths. Proceeds benefit the Wisconsin River Trail Organization. Tickets available online. For more information call 608.391.0113 or visit facebook.com/Wisconsin River Trail Organization.
www.wirivertrail.org
8 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
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Pickers Flea Market
Green County Fairgrounds, 2600-10th St, Monroe, WI
8 am
Antiques, collectibles, re-purposed and food booths. Fore details call 608.325.9159.
www.greencountyfair.net
8 VFW Steak Feed
Benton, WI
4:30 pm - 7 pm
Held at VFW Hall.
8 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
8 St. Joseph's Dinner and Golf Outing
Union Center, WI
Fundraiser. For details call 608.489.8259.
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Antique Tractor & Old Engines Power Show
Argyle Legion Park, Argyle WI
Thunder Bridge Fly Wheeler's presents tractor pull, music and more. For more information call 608.426.0250.
8 Thirsty Troll Brew Fest
Grundahl Park, Mount Horeb, WI
12 pm - 5 pm
The Thirsty Troll Brew Fest is an intimate beer sampling that features 25 craft brewers serving over 100 different beers. Live music. Food served by area civic organizations. Get your picture taken with Jorgen the Thirsty Troll! For more information call 608.437.5914.
www.trollway.com
8 Fall Fish Boil
Congregational United Church, Brodhead, WI
4:30 - 7 pm
For more information call 608.897.2917.
8 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
8 Movies in the Park
Riverside Park, Mauston, WI
Mark your calendars for the FREE movie "Coco" at dusk. For more information call 608.847.4544.
maustonpl@wrlsweb.org
www.hatchpubliclibrary.org
8 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
8 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
8 Hillsboro Farmers Market
Royal Bank Parking Lot, 731 Water Avenue, Hillsboro, WI
8 am - 2 pm
Buy fresh, buy local at Farmers Market every Saturday. Call 608.489.2521 for more details.
clerk@hillsborowi.com
8 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
8 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
9 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
9 am - 1 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
9 Sportsmen's Field Day
Cataract, WI
7 am - 10 pm
Held on Club Grounds, just west of Hwy. 27. Kids' activities, trout pond, shooting & archery contests; charcoal chicken. For more information call 608.272.3155.
9 Barn Dance
Folklore Village, Dodgeville, WI
8 pm - 10 pm
Traditional American squares, big circles, and contras to live string band music. Dances are taught. For more information call 608.924.4000.
www.folklorevillage.org
9 Grace Church Free Fest
Village Park, 300 Railroad St, New Glarus, WI
Noon - 5 pm
Live music, car show, family fun.
www.gracechurchlife.squarespace.com
9 Whine in the Woods
Chef-inspired bites, wine tasting, auctions. For more information call 608.325.9600.
www.greencountyhumane.org
9 Muscoda Firemen's Chicken BBQ
Fire Station, 701 N Wisconsin Avenue, Muscoda, WI
11 am
Chicken dinner, refreshments. Carry-out available.
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104th Annual Belmont School & Community Fair
Belmont Schools, Belmont, WI
Parade, free admission to carnival, kids games, musical entertainment, exhibits, livestock shows/auction, car show, tractor & garden tractor pulls, horse show. For more information call 608.762.5600 during fair week.
www.belmont.k12.wi.us/community/belmontfair.cfm
10 Lego Club
Hatch Public Library, 111 West State St, Mauston, WI
6:30 pm
Lego Club meets the second Mondays of every month. We roll out our huge collection of Legos and Duplos. A chance to let your imagination run wild! Creations stay on display in the library. For more information call 608.847.4544.
maustonpl@wrlsweb.org
www.hatchpubliclibrary.org
12 Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club
Food Enterprise Center, Viroqua, WI
5:30 pm
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
12 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
3 pm - 6 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
12 Fall Frolic
Benton, WI
4:30 - 7 pm
Held at St. Patrick's Parish.
12 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
12 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
12 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
12 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
13 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
2 pm - 6 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
13 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.
14 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
14 Annual Wine Walk
Mauston, WI
6 - 9 pm
Various downtown locations. Sample delicious wines and tasty foods while visiting downtown businesses. For more information call 608.847.4142.
www.mauston.com/chamber
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Green County Cheese Days
Monroe, WI
Entertainment stages, cheese tent, kids' street, antique tractors, farm tours, old time cheesemaking demo, deep fried cheese curds, beer. The Swiss Colony Cheese Days Parade on Sunday. For more information call 608.325.7771.
www.cheesedays.com
15 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
8 am - 12 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
15 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.
15 Kickapoo Brave Ride
Gays Mills, WI
The Kickapoo BRAVE (Bluffs, Rivers, And Valleys Event) Ride features bicycle rides through the scenic landscapes of the Driftless area. For details call 608.326.6658.
www.KickapooBraveRide.com
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Driftless Area Art Festival
Beauford T. Anderson Park, Soldiers Grove, WI
Celebrating the Visual, Performing, and Culinary Arts of the Driftless Area. Meet the artists and see the area that inspired them. For more information call 608.624.3600.
www.DriftlessAreaArtFestival.com
15 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
15 Heart of Cheese Days Exhibit
Turner Hall, 1217-17th Ave, Monroe, WI
Displays, Swiss heritage & artisan demonstrations. For more information call 608.325.3461.
www.turnerhallofmonroe.org
15 Monroe City Band
Monroe, WI
Noon
Main stage at Cheese Days.
www.cityofmonroe.org
15 Argyle Outdoor Market
Argyle WI
8 am - Noon
Many Vendors. For details call 608.543.3113.
15 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
15 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.
15 Acoustic Mike
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
2 pm - 4 pm
Acoustic Mike Michael Ames is a lifetime soloist and ensemble singer with 15 years of classical training. Broadway, jazz, rock and pop are all home territories. Come and listen; you'll be glad you did. Call for more information 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
15 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
15 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
15 Mississippi Mud Run
St. Feriole Island, Blackhawk Ave, Prairie du Chien, WI
Four miles of mud and obstacles for avid runners and beginners as well. Family event. All ages welcome. For more information call 608.996.2107.
15 Fall Fest
Sugar Creek Park,Park, Hwy 35, Ferryville, WI
9 am - 3 pm
Giant craft market, Market in the Park, Farmers Market. food (BBQ), music, Amish vendors, quilts, baskets, produce & canned foods, jewelry, antiques, unique craft items, honey, apples, berries, plants. For more information call 608.734.9077.
www.visitferryville.com
15 Hillsboro Farmers Market
Royal Bank Parking Lot, 731 Water Avenue, Hillsboro, WI
8 am - 2 pm
Buy fresh, buy local at Farmers Market every Saturday. Call 608.489.2521 for more details.
clerk@hillsborowi.com
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9/16/2018
16
Grape Harvest Weekend
Eagles Landing Winery, Marquette, IA
10 am - 5 pm
Come join us. Take pleasure in the breathtaking beauty while you sit in our Wine Garden sipping some of our award winning wine. Live music on Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm. Open daily. For more information call 563.873.1905.
www.eagleslandingwinery.com
15 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
15 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
16 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
9 am - 1 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
16 St. Francis de Sales Famous Fall Festival
2720 North Main Street, Hazel Green, WI
Charcoal chicken dinner, cash raffle, games, bingo, children's games and other activities.All day event with raffle drawing at end of day. For more information call 608.854.2392.
16 St. Charles Fall Festival
521 E Dewey St, Cassville, WI
11 am
BBQ chicken dinner. Carry outs available. Cake walk, craft/produce rooms, raffles, silent auction, games, food, refreshments, afternoon and evening bingo. Family fun for all. For more information call 608.725.5595.
www.Cassville.org
16 St. Charles Fall Festival
St. Charles Rectory, 521 E Dewey St, Cassville, WI
11 am - 2 pm
BBQ chicken dinner with carry outs available. Cake walk, craft and produce rooms, raffles, silent auction, games, food, refreshments, afternoon and evening bingo. Family fun for all. For more information call 608.725.5595.
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9/22/2018
22
Taliesin Plein Air Artists
Taliesin Preservation, Spring Green, WI
This is an outstanding group of artists who are passionate about and highly skilled in plein air painting (painting outdoors). Frank Lloyd Wright's Wisconsin home and 800-acre estate will be their backdrop. Taliesin sustains a vitality and life which fuels renewal in areas of architecture, agriculture, fine art, music, and conservation. Taliesin Plein Air is a collaboration which will showcase the important role artists can play in celebrating Wright's vision and influence. Income generated from this event will directly support the artistic, cultural, and educational programs that breathe life into the buildings. For more details call 608.588.7900.
enews@taliesinpreservation.org
www.taliesinpreservation.org
18 Squeezebox Night
Turner Hall, 1217-17th Ave, Monroe, WI
6 pm
Accordion jam. For details call 608.325.3461.
www.turnerhallofmonroe.org
18 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
19 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
3 pm - 6 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
19 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
19 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
19 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
19 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
20 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
2 pm - 6 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
20 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.
21 Buyers' Reception
Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, Spring Green, WI
6 - 9 pm
Art lovers and collectors meet and mingle with the Taliesin Plein Air artists, and enjoy the first opportunity to purchase paintings created by each artist. All artwork is for sale and ready to go home that evening. The evening includes hors-d'oeuvres, desserts, a cash bar and Artist's Choice Award. $80 per ticket-($60 of ticket price may go towards the purchase of one painting - limit one voucher per painting). For more details call 608.588.7900.

enews@taliesinpreservation.org
www.taliesinpreservation.org
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9/22/2018
22
Viola Horse and Colt Show
Viola, WI
Annual horse & colt show with truck/tractor pulls, & parade. For details call 608.627.1419.
www.violahorseandcoltshow.com
22 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
8 am - 12 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
22 Fall Photography Workshop
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, Hwy 21, Necedah, WI
10 am - 11 am
Free event. Meet at the Visitor Center. For details call 608.565.2551.
www.fws.gov/refuge/necedah
22 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.
22 Quick Paint Celebration
Taliesin Preservation, Spring Green, WI
9 am
A two-hour free event for all ages invites art enthusiasts to watch the featured artists paint on the Taliesin estate, followed by an Off-the-Easel Sale beginning at noon of the paintings and People's Choice Award. Food and beverage available for purchase. For more details call 608.588.7900.
enews@taliesinpreservation.org
www.taliesinpreservation.org
22 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
22 Green County Fall Nationals
Green County Fairgrounds, 2600-10th St, Monroe, WI
Truck & tractor pull, live music in the evening. Food & beer proceeds benefiting local causes.
www.greencountyfallnationals.com
22 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
22 Elise Becker
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
2 pm - 4 pm
Elise is a young singer-songwriter from Southwest Wisconsin who plays acoustic guitar and ukulele in a folk/Americana style. With a wide range of influences, she plays a lot of her own original songs as well as acoustic covers of her favorites. Call for more information 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
22 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
22 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
22 Breakfast in a Victorian Kitchen
Villa Louis, 521 N Villa Louis Road, Prairie du Chien, WI
Tour included. Reservations required for adults to step into a working Victorian kitchen. This hands on cooking workshop takes participants on a culinary tour of the late 1900's. For more information call 608.326.2721.
www.villalouis.org
22 Applefest
Eagles Landing Winery, Marquette, IA
10 am - 5 pm
It's apple season! Come sample our Spiced Apple Wine. Live music from 1 pm - 4 pm. Open daily. For more information call 563.873.1905.
www.eagleslandingwinery.com
22 Hillsboro Farmers Market
Royal Bank Parking Lot, 731 Water Avenue, Hillsboro, WI
8 am - 2 pm
Buy fresh, buy local at Farmers Market every Saturday. Call 608.489.2521 for more details.
clerk@hillsborowi.com
22 Great River Road Fall Festival
Stonefield Historic Site, Cassville, WI
10 am - 4 pm
Experience the bounty of a Wisconsin harvest with a barn dance, antique tractor pull, sorghum making, storytelling, and more. Admission fee charged. For details call 608.725.5210.
www.stonefieldhistoricsite.org
22 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
22 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
23 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
9 am - 1 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
24 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
25 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
26 Community Supper
United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 125 Royall Ave, Elroy, WI
4:30 pm - 6 pm
Complimentary meal open to all. Every last Wednesday. For more information call 608.462.5953.
www.elroywi.com
26 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
3 pm - 6 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
26 Wednesday Night Open Shoots
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
For details call 608.543.3986.
26 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
26 Read to Rover
Hatch Public Library, 111 West State St, Mauston, WI
4:30 pm - 6 pm
Pre-registration is required to read to a certified therapy dog. For more information call 608.847.4544.
maustonpl@wrlsweb.org
www.hatchpubliclibrary.org
26 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
26 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
27 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
2 pm - 6 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
27 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
27 Community Supper
Mauston High School, 800 Grayside Ave, Mauston, WI
5 pm - 6:30 pm
Every last Thursday. Complimentary meal open to all. For more information call 608.847.7924.
www.sharingsupper.org
27 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.
28 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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9/30/2018
30
Warrens Cranberry Festival
Warrens, WI
Join us for the world's largest cranberry festival! Over 1,800 food, arts & crafts, antique & flea market, and farmers market booths line the roads of the Village of Warrens, with a parade held on Sunday. Shuttle services available from Recreation Park, 1625 Butts Ave, Tomah all three days. For more information call 608.378.4200.
www.cranfest.com
28 -
9/29/2018
29
Apple Festival
Gays Mills, WI
Celebrating the apple harvest with parades, carnivals, arts & crafts, flea markets, music, dancing and food. For more information call 608.735.4341.
www.gaysmills.org
28 -
9/30/2018
30
New Glarus Oktoberfest
New Glarus, WI
Live music, tapping of 1st keg of Oktoberfest beer, wagon rides, cheese fondue. For details call 800.527.6838.
www.swisstown.com
28 Fall Harvest Table Dinner
Digman Grain Farms-1291 College Farm Rd, Platteville, WI
5 pm - 9 pm
Menu featuring showcasing local foods, beer, wine, night includes a happy hour, and special guest speaker. This date is subject to change so call 608.348.8888 to double check.
www.Platteville.com
28 -
9/30/2018
30
Warrens Cranberry Festival
Warrens, WI
7 am - 5 pm
Downtown Main Street. 8 miles north of the City of Tomah. World's largest Cranberry Festival has marsh tours, shopping, royalty contests, food & more. Over 1,800 food, arts & crafts, antique & flea market, and farmers market booths line the roads of the Village of Warrens the last weekend in September, annually, with a parade held on Sunday. For more information call 608.378.4200.
www.cranfest.com
29 Sparta Farmer's Market
Mueller Square, Sparta, WI
8 am - 12 pm
Fresh, locally grown produce, cut flowers, and hand made craft items.
spartawifarmersmarket@gmail.com
29 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.
29 Farmers Market
Darlington Festival Grounds, Darlington, WI
8 am - noon
Come see our many local vendors. For more information call 608.776.3067.
29 Kilby Supper
Swiss Church, 18 5th Ave, New Glarus, WI
4:30 - 7:30 pm
Traditional Swiss celebration of the end of the grazing season. For more information call 608.527.2119.
www.swisschurch.org
29 Fall Festival
Albany, WI
Downtown or at Albany School depending on weather. Vendors, food & entertainment.
29 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
29 Dale Glaudell
Spring Green General Store, 137 S Albany St, Spring Green, WI
2 pm - 4 pm
Guitar and vocals. Dale loves "center of attentionist" music where the audience gets to participate, ruminate, dedicate and appreciate along with him. Besides great songs, come tales from the road, anecdotes, music trivia and bad jokes (but he says NO to balloon animals). It is hard to believe that such a polite, introverted guy can turn it on like that. Yet once he's behind the guitar, anything can happen. Call for more information 608.588.7070.
www.SpringGreenGeneralStore.com
29 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
29 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
29 Hillsboro Farmers Market
Royal Bank Parking Lot, 731 Water Avenue, Hillsboro, WI
8 am - 2 pm
Buy fresh, buy local at Farmers Market every Saturday. Call 608.489.2521 for more details.
clerk@hillsborowi.com
29 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
29 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
29 Market on the Square
Monroe, WI
Wednesday afternoon & Saturday morning through October. For more information call 608.328.4023.
www.mainstreetmonroe.org
30 Farmers Market
Heritage Park, Hwy 12 & 16, New Lisbon, WI
9 am - 1 pm
Fresh produce, delicious edibles, arts & crafts. For more information call 608.562.3555.
nlchambr@mwt.net
www.NewLisbonChamber.com
30 Homecoming and Alumni Banquet
Shullsburg, WI
Join us for our homecoming parade and festivities, food, fun and friends. For more information call 608.482.2753.
30 Annual Heritage Day
Fennimore Historical Railroad Museum, 610 Lincoln Ave, Fennimore, WI
10 am - 4 pm
Fee. For details call 608.822.3446.
www.fennimore.com
30 Pedal Tractor Pull
Fennimore Doll and Toy Museum, Fennimore, WI
10 am - 4 pm
Brat stand. For more information call 608.788.1192.
www.fennimore.com
30 FFA Pancake Breakfast
Fennimore Memorial Bldg, 860 Lincoln Avenue, Fennimore, WI
7 am - noon
Fee. For details call 608.822.3245.
www.fennimore.com
30 Annual FFA Alumni Farm Toy Show
Fennimore Memorial Bldg, 860 Lincoln Avenue, Fennimore, WI
9 am - 2 pm
Fee. For details call 608.822.7806.
www.fennimore.com
30 Black Top Tractor Pull
Village Park, 300 Railroad St, New Glarus, WI
Noon
Sponsored by Community Antique Tractor Pullers. For more details call 608.516.8146.
www.tractorpullers.org
30 Sip-Savor-Support
Hawk's Mill Winery, Browntown, WI
Fundraiser for Green Cares Food Pantry. Wine tastings, hors d'oeuvres, tour, & musical entertainment.
www.adrcgreencounty.org
30 Chicken Shoot
Argyle Rod & Gun Club, Argyle, WI
9 am - 4 pm
For details call 608.543.3986



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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