Jul
22
6:00 PM18:00

Brews and Bingo!

Tyranena Brewing Company is hosting a bingo night on Monday July 22 from 6 to 8pm. Brews and Bingo! is a series of fundraisers to befit local charities, and this month the charity is the Humane Society of Jefferson County. Bingo will be played in the brewery outdoor Beer garden and Doyle’s Dogs will be serving ”the best dogs in town”. Purchase one bingo card for $10 and play the whole evening and have the chance to win prizes. Tyranena Brewing will also be donating $1 per pint sold during the event to the cause.

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Jul
22
6:30 PM18:30

Tangled Yarns

Tangled Yarns - a knit and crochet group gathering the third Monday of the month at 6:30 pm. in the upper room at Lake Mill’s public library. Bring your own project, see what other people are working on and share ideas. Everyone is welcome from beginners to experienced. The LD Library is located at 120 E. Madison Street, Lake Mills.

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Jul
24
9:00 AM09:00

Wednesday Walks

July 24

Pohlmann Park

N4809 Duck Creek Road Helenville

The pleasant trails of this park weave through a pine plantation and a fieldstone wall, typical of those seen on farms in the area, marks the north edge of the park. The Pohlmann Park is located on the Glacial Drumlin Trail, which is a fabulous resource for walking.

The “Wednesday Walks” program offers a wonderful way to get fresh air, feel the sun, exercise, meet new people, and enjoy many unique attractions in Jefferson County. Each trip is at a different location, and includes a walk and an optional lunchtime meal at one of Jefferson’s county senior dining sites.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

*Reservations Required*

* ARRIVE BY: 9:00 AM for all Wednesday Walks * MEET AT: the main parking lot in each park.

 *TO REGISTER: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049 .

 *NEED A RIDE?: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049.

PLEASE NOTE

 Walks will be cancelled in the case of inclement weather. There is no cost to walk.

 Lunch (optional) at a meal site is planned following each walk for a suggested donation of $4.00 for age 60+ or a donation of $14.36 if under age 60. Dress for weather and wear comfortable shoes.

 Walks take place only on the dates identified in this flyer.

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Jul
25
5:00 PM17:00

Brew with a View

This month Ryan McGarth will be performing. Brew with a View is a benefit event for the Jefferson County Park System featuring live music, beer and food carts. Located at the hilltop pavilion in Korth park overlooking Rock Lake. Sponsored by Tyranena Brewing Company. For more information go to  http://tyranena.com/bwav/

Due to limited parking, the Parks Department requests that attendees carpool whenever possible the park is also available form an offshoot of the Glacial Drumlin Trail.

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Jul
27
9:00 AM09:00

Wisconsin Dells Wine Trolley

Wisconsin Dells Wine Trolley, Wisconsin Dells, WI- Enjoy a trip to Wisconsin Dells’ wine country in an open air trolley!! On this tour you will visit Fawn Creek & Baraboo Bluff Wineries as well as the Baraboo Candy Company. Trip fee includes wine samples at both wineries, chocolate samples at the candy shop AND Lunch (Gratuity not included). Drinking Wine is permitted on the trolley only if purchased at one of the wine stops along the way. You must be of legal drinking age. Minimum 10. No refunds will be given after the registration deadline.
Day/Date: Saturday, July 27
Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Fee:  $95

We will meet at the Middle School - please arrive 15 minutes before9:00 am to ensure on time departure .

Sign up at the Lake Mills Rec Dept https://lakemills.cr3.rschooltoday.com/public/costoption/class_id/578/public/1/sp/ or come to Club 55 and we can help you.   

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Jul
27
to Jul 28

Midwest Fire Festival

Midwest Fire Fest is a demonstration heavy celebration of all things created with fire, heat, and smoke including but not limited to clay, metal arts, welding, forging, hot glass, food, and performance. Cambridge, Wisconsin is host to the festival with activities at mutlple studios. The main festival grounds are at West Side Park on the banks of Koshkonong Creek right in downtown Cambridge. 

Other attractions for the weekend include, a seven foot tall fire sculpture reveal, Community Iron Pour, Fire Dancers, Saturday Night’s Fire Feast, and smoking hot live music all weekend.  A food cart court will offer plenty of food options  . 

For more information and a full list of artists visit http://midwestfirefest.com

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Jul
27
10:00 AM10:00

Friends of the Library Garden Tour

Friends of LD Fargo Public Library will host a garden tour on Saturday July 27 from 10 am to 2 pm., rain or shine. There is no charge for the tour but donations for library programs are welcome.

There are 7 gardens on the tour. Five are in the same neighborhood of Lake Mills, allowing visitors to walk from garden to garden. The remaining two gardens are located on the west side of Rock Lake in Shorewood Hills. Gardens may be visited in any order.

A map of the tour and description of gardens are available at the LD. Fargo Library, 120 E. Madison Street, Lake Mills.

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Jul
31
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Aug
4
8:00 AM08:00

Cars and Coffee

Cars & Coffee is a place for friends to gather and share their passion for cars and enjoy a great coffee! Our events are entirely free to attend, but we do encourage donations to help us raise money for Wisconsin Children’s Hospital.

This event is held rain or shine on the first Sunday of each month from May through October on or around Church Street in Lake Mills, WI.

Are you interested in volunteering at our events? We’re always looking for people to help park cars, direct traffic, as well as assisting with set up and take down before/after the event. Send us an email at info@carsandcoffeelm.com to add your name to our volunteer list!

 For more information go to http://www.carsandcoffeelm.com/under-construction/

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Aug
6
8:30 AM08:30

Inside View of Dementia

The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Jefferson County will host a unique opportunity for family caregivers to briefly, yet movingly, experience the challenges and struggles of a person living with dementia.  

Dementia Live™ is an innovative program designed by a team of dementia, sensitivity and awareness, and professional development experts from the nationally recognized AGE-u-cate® Training Institute headquartered in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.  

Using specialized gear within a safe, experiential setting, Dementia Live™ provides gives participants a real-life simulation of what it must be like to live with dementia. Participants gain greater awareness and understanding of the constant struggles (24/7) affecting persons with dementia. Greater understanding leads to more sensitive care partnering. 

The Dementia Live program is the newest tool in the powerful arena of sensitivity awareness training being used for the booming number of direct care staff, family caregivers, healthcare professionals, and college and university students.  “We are at the crossroads of understanding aging and dementia; this understanding is not an option but a necessity for every member of our society.  It is a worldwide phenomenon affecting every level of our society”, states Pam Brandon, President and Founder of the AGE-u-cate Training Institute.  “We must equip those who are caring for and serving our aging population to better understand their challenges. We are living in a fast-aging world.” 

To pre-register for the Dementia Live™ experience, contact Heather Janes, Dementia Care Specialist, at 920-675-4035. This event will be held on August 6, 2019 at Dwight Foster Public Library, 209 Merchants Avenue in Fort Atkinson, WI. To best serve participants, pre-registration is required and time slots are available from 8:30am to 3:00pm. Information about Dementia Live™ and other training programs offered by AGE-u-cate® Training Institute is available at www.AGEucate.com


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Aug
7
7:30 AM07:30

U.C.C. Peanut Project

Ongoing fundraiser for the U.C.C. Church where volunteers shell, roast and bag peanuts to sell at local grocery stores. No experience required- job training provided. First Congregational Church (U.C.C.) 307 West Madison Street, Lake Mills, WI.

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Aug
7
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Aug
14
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Aug
21
7:30 AM07:30

U.C.C. Peanut Project

Ongoing fundraiser for the U.C.C. Church where volunteers shell, roast and bag peanuts to sell at local grocery stores. No experience required- job training provided. First Congregational Church (U.C.C.) 307 West Madison Street, Lake Mills, WI.

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Aug
21
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16.. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Aug
22
5:00 PM17:00

Brew with a View

This month The Cash Box Kings will be performing. Brew with a View is a benefit event for the Jefferson County Park System featuring live music, beer and food carts. Located at the hilltop pavilion in Korth park overlooking Rock Lake. Sponsored by Tyranena Brewing Company. For more information go to  http://tyranena.com/bwav/

Due to limited parking, the Parks Department requests that attendees carpool whenever possible the park is also available form an offshoot of the Glacial Drumlin Trail.

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Aug
28
9:00 AM09:00

Wednesday Walks

August 28

Carlin Weld Park

N1841 CTH Z Palmyra

This beautiful park features the rugged topography of the Kettle Moraine area with uplands, steep kettles, a man-made pond, and lowlands with an ephemeral stream.

The “Wednesday Walks” program offers a wonderful way to get fresh air, feel the sun, exercise, meet new people, and enjoy many unique attractions in Jefferson County. Each trip is at a different location, and includes a walk and an optional lunchtime meal at one of Jefferson’s county senior dining sites.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

*Reservations Required*

* ARRIVE BY: 9:00 AM for all Wednesday Walks * MEET AT: the main parking lot in each park.

 *TO REGISTER: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049 .

 *NEED A RIDE?: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049.

PLEASE NOTE

 Walks will be cancelled in the case of inclement weather. There is no cost to walk.

 Lunch (optional) at a meal site is planned following each walk for a suggested donation of $4.00 for age 60+ or a donation of $14.36 if under age 60. Dress for weather and wear comfortable shoes.

 Walks take place only on the dates identified in this flyer.

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Aug
28
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Sep
4
7:30 AM07:30

U.C.C. Peanut Project

Ongoing fundraiser for the U.C.C. Church where volunteers shell, roast and bag peanuts to sell at local grocery stores. No experience required- job training provided. First Congregational Church (U.C.C.) 307 West Madison Street, Lake Mills, WI.

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Sep
4
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Sep
11
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Sep
13
to Sep 15

Gemuetlichkeit Days

Gemuetlichkeit Days is a community festival to build spirit and unity by celebrating Jefferson, Wi’s community’s German heritage in a family-friendly atmosphere. Taking place at: Jefferson County Fair Park

Gemuetlichkeit means good times, good fun, good fellowship.Throughout the weekend community members will don their dirndls and lederhosen to celebrate with German food, contests and a huge parade on Sunday at noon.

Friday- opening ceremony at 5:30pm  music by Mike Schneider and Alte Kamaraden Band

Saturday- Run/Walk at 9am, Car show at 10am, music from 9:30am-11:30pm featuring

Lloyd Gleisner, Keith Gennerman, Steve Meisner, and Madison County.

Sunday-Parade through downtown at noon, music at 3pm with The Jimmy Hartwig Band and raffle drawings at the Fair Park till 6pm.

For more information go to Gemütlichkeit Days

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Sep
18
7:30 AM07:30

U.C.C. Peanut Project

Ongoing fundraiser for the U.C.C. Church where volunteers shell, roast and bag peanuts to sell at local grocery stores. No experience required- job training provided. First Congregational Church (U.C.C.) 307 West Madison Street, Lake Mills, WI.

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Sep
18
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Sep
25
9:00 AM09:00

Wednesday Walks

September 25

Dr. J.S. Garman Nature Preserve

701 Fox Lane Waterloo

The park is a wooded hillside within the City of Waterloo. Steep topography on the west side of the park levels out at the top of the hill where 22 Indian Mounds are found. The woods include oak, hickory, maple and cherry species.

The “Wednesday Walks” program offers a wonderful way to get fresh air, feel the sun, exercise, meet new people, and enjoy many unique attractions in Jefferson County. Each trip is at a different location, and includes a walk and an optional lunchtime meal at one of Jefferson’s county senior dining sites.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

*Reservations Required*

* ARRIVE BY: 9:00 AM for all Wednesday Walks * MEET AT: the main parking lot in each park.

 *TO REGISTER: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049 .

 *NEED A RIDE?: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049.

PLEASE NOTE

 Walks will be cancelled in the case of inclement weather. There is no cost to walk.

 Lunch (optional) at a meal site is planned following each walk for a suggested donation of $4.00 for age 60+ or a donation of $14.36 if under age 60. Dress for weather and wear comfortable shoes.

 Walks take place only on the dates identified in this flyer.

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Sep
25
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Sep
25
9:30 PM21:30

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

“Powerful Tools for Caregivers” is an educational program designed to help caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Learn to reduce stress, improve self confidence, make difficult decisions,and locate helpful resources.

This is a six week workshop- September 24, October 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, from 9:30 am to 11:00 am at the Watertown Public Library, 100 South water Street, Watertown.

The program is free (suggested $10 donation to cover cost of workbook) but registration is required. To register, call Aging and Disability Resource Center at 920-386-3580.

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Sep
28
9:00 AM09:00

Tyranena Oktoberfest Bike Ride

 

The Tyranena Oktoberfest Bike Ride (TOBR, for short) is a one-day, cycling fun-ride in and around the Lake Mills area (Wisconsin) to benefit Tomorrow's Hope. There is a registration fee for each participant with proceeds going directly to Tomorrow's Hope, where the funds are used to foster health-related research, education and support activities that have a direct impact on local individuals touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses.

For more information and registration go to https://www.oktoberfestbikeride.com

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Oct
2
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Oct
6
9:00 AM09:00

Fall Festival of Color

The Fall Festival has over 150 arts and crafts booths, vendors also offer pumpkins and local produce. Several nonprofit groups sell food in the park, and there is live music, activities for kids, while horse-drawn wagon rides circle Commons Park. Main Street, downtown Lake Mills. Sponsored by the Lake Mills Chamber of Commerce. Information: 920-648-3585 or www.lakemills.org

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Oct
9
2:00 PM14:00

Lake Mills Farmers Market

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Oct
16
2:00 PM14:00

Last Lake Mills Farmers Market of 2019

The 2019 Lake Mills Farmer’s Market will be held every Wednesday through October 16. The Market will be open from 2 pm through 6:30 pm in Commons Park in downtown Lake Mills.

The Lake Mills Farmers’ Market offers fresh and seasonal produce, prepared foods, crafts and art, and much more – all produced by farmers, crafters and artisans who grow or create their products.

All vendors who create or grow their own products are welcome. Our market has a very diverse selection of produce, prepared food, fine art and crafts. We are one of the largest markets in Jefferson County!

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Oct
22
10:00 PM22:00

At the Crossroads- Alzheimers, Dementia and Driving

“At the Crossroads”is a 3 week program offered for care partners and loved ones of individuals with dementia. Learn how cognitive changes affect driving skills, how to know if a person should stop driving, transportation alternatives and other topics in this difficult situation.

“At the Crossroads” will meet for 3 weeks, 10/22, 10/29 and 11/5 from 10 am to 12:00pm at the Watertown Regional Medical Center , 125 Hospital Drive, Watertown, WI. It is a free program, however reregistration is required. Call the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Dodge County 920-386-3580 to register.

Residents of Jefferson County are welcome to attend.

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Oct
23
9:00 AM09:00

Wednesday Walks

October 23

Indian Mounds Park

W7561 Koshkonong Mounds Road Fort Atkinson

This five acre park offers visitors the opportunity to view eleven Indian effigy mounds. Visitors can hike the trail through the woods to view all of the mounds. A portion of the

trail includes a part of an ancient Indian trail.

The “Wednesday Walks” program offers a wonderful way to get fresh air, feel the sun, exercise, meet new people, and enjoy many unique attractions in Jefferson County. Each trip is at a different location, and includes a walk and an optional lunchtime meal at one of Jefferson’s county senior dining sites.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

*Reservations Required*

* ARRIVE BY: 9:00 AM for all Wednesday Walks * MEET AT: the main parking lot in each park.

 *TO REGISTER: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049 .

 *NEED A RIDE?: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049.

PLEASE NOTE

 Walks will be cancelled in the case of inclement weather. There is no cost to walk.

 Lunch (optional) at a meal site is planned following each walk for a suggested donation of $4.00 for age 60+ or a donation of $14.36 if under age 60. Dress for weather and wear comfortable shoes.

 Walks take place only on the dates identified in this flyer.

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Jul
21
11:00 AM11:00

Aztalan Day

The Lake Mills Aztalan Historical Society is holding Aztalan Day at the Society's Museum site at N6284 County Q, Jefferson. Featuring Rita Apolonia Dow, who will give a  lecture “ The polish in Wisconsin” There will be demos and displays, vendors and food. Adults $5, students ages 6 to 18 $3, children 5 and under free, Seniors $3. For more information : lakemillsaztalanhistory.com or call (920)648-4632.

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Jul
20
10:00 AM10:00

14th Annual Art Festival

The Lake Mills Main Street Program’s Art Festival will take place in Commons Park, downtown Lake Mills this Saturday from 10 am t0 4 pm. The festival features over 60 regional artists, live music, food and activities for families all day. This event is free and open to the public

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Jul
17
5:00 PM17:00

Community Free Meal

The Community Free Meal is a free monthly dinner, open to the whole community, on the third Wednesday of each month . The dinner is held at the Lake Mills EMS building, 603 East Lake Street, Lake Mills, WI. It is presented as a cooperative effort by several local churches. 

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Jul
17
7:30 AM07:30

U.C.C. Peanut Project

Ongoing fundraiser for the U.C.C. Church where volunteers shell, roast and bag peanuts to sell at local grocery stores. No experience required- job training provided. First Congregational Church (U.C.C.) 307 West Madison Street, Lake Mills, WI.

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Jul
7
8:00 AM08:00

Cars and Coffee

Cars & Coffee is a place for friends to gather and share their passion for cars and enjoy a great coffee! Our events are entirely free to attend, but we do encourage donations to help us raise money for Wisconsin Children’s Hospital.

This event is held rain or shine on the first Sunday of each month from May through October on or around Church Street in Lake Mills, WI.

Are you interested in volunteering at our events? We’re always looking for people to help park cars, direct traffic, as well as assisting with set up and take down before/after the event. Send us an email at info@carsandcoffeelm.com to add your name to our volunteer list!

 For more information go to http://www.carsandcoffeelm.com/under-construction/

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Jul
4
7:00 PM19:00

Lake Mills 4th of July Fireworks

This year's fireworks display will be held Wednesday July4 at the Seljan Company grounds, 500 South CP Avenue. Public viewing spaces are available. Face painting and concession stand (brats, hot dogs, soda, water, candy, glow sticks and patriotic items) will begin at 7 pm, and the City Band will play on site starting at 7:30. Fireworks begin at dusk.

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Jun
29
to Jul 2

Town and Country Days

Carnival rides, food, music, beer tent!  Parade ( Saturday at 10:30 am) will be on last year's route- begin on East Main Street (near CP Avenue) - right turn on Madison Street - right turn on North Main Street to Pine Street. Applications for the parade and a map can be found on the Lake Mills Chamber of Commerce website https://lakemills.org and at the chamber office.

 

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Jun
29
10:30 AM10:30

Town and Country Days Parade

Town and Country Days Parade ( Saturday at 10:30 am) will be the same as last year's route- begin on East Main Street (near CP Avenue) - right turn on Madison Street - right turn on North Main Street to Pine Street. Applications for the parade and a map can be found on the Lake Mills Chamber of Commerce website https://lakemills.org and at the chamber office.

 

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Jun
27
5:00 PM17:00

Brew with a View

This month Hearth Fire will be performing. Brew with a View is a benefit event for the Jefferson County Park System featuring live music, beer and food carts. Located at the hilltop pavilion in Korth park overlooking Rock Lake. Sponsored by Tyranena Brewing Company. For more information go to  http://tyranena.com/bwav/

Due to limited parking, the Parks Department requests that attendees carpool whenever possible the park is also available form an offshoot of the Glacial Drumlin Trail.

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Jun
26
9:00 AM09:00

Wednesday Walks

June 26

Korth Park

W8390 Korth Lane Lake Mills

Situated on the shores of Rock Lake, Korth Park offers visitors a sweeping view of Rock Lake from the top of a glacial drumlin dominating the center of the property.

The “Wednesday Walks” program offers a wonderful way to get fresh air, feel the sun, exercise, meet new people, and enjoy many unique attractions in Jefferson County. Each trip is at a different location, and includes a walk and an optional lunchtime meal at one of Jefferson’s county senior dining sites.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

*Reservations Required*

* ARRIVE BY: 9:00 AM for all Wednesday Walks * MEET AT: the main parking lot in each park.

 *TO REGISTER: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049 .

 *NEED A RIDE?: Call Jefferson County Mobility Manager at least 2 days in advance at: 920-675-4049.

PLEASE NOTE

 Walks will be cancelled in the case of inclement weather. There is no cost to walk.

 Lunch (optional) at a meal site is planned following each walk for a suggested donation of $4.00 for age 60+ or a donation of $14.36 if under age 60. Dress for weather and wear comfortable shoes.

 Walks take place only on the dates identified in this flyer.

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Jun
26
8:00 AM08:00

Capitol Square Adventure

Lake Mills Club 55’s next Day trip is Capitol Square Adventure, Madison, WI- Join us on this guided tour of the Wisconsin’s Capital building! See the museum on the 6th floor and spend time on the observation deck. Once the tour finishes, head to the Dane County Farmers market where you will find many local vendors selling a variety of produce, flowers, honey and more! Find a food truck for lunch and take in the sights the Capitol Square and all it has to offer!

Wednesday, June 26th 8:00 am- 1:00 pm Fee:  $17

We will leave from the Middle School - please arrive 15 minutes before 8:00 am to insure an on time departure


Sign up at the Lake Mills Rec Dept https://lakemills.cr3.rschooltoday.com/public/costoption/class_id/563/public/1/sp/  or come to Club 55 and we can help you.   

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Jun
25
6:00 PM18:00

LM Night Out Against Crime

Free public health and safety fair for all ages sponsored by Lake Mills Police Department.  New Location- Real Hope Community Church, 1345 Stonehenge Lane. Watch the UW MedFlight Helicopter land and take off, see the EMS demonstration, take advantage of the free health screenings and much more.

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Jun
24
6:30 PM18:30

Tangled Yarns

Tangled Yarns - a knit and crochet group gathering the third Monday of the month at 6:30 pm. in the upper room at Lake Mill’s public library. Bring your own project, see what other people are working on and share ideas. Everyone is welcome from beginners to experienced. The LD Library is located at 120 E. Madison Street, Lake Mills.

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Jun
22
11:00 AM11:00

Strawberry Luncheon

Oakland Cambridge Presbyterian Church, 313 E. Main Street Cambridge, will hold their annual Strawberry Salad Luncheon on June 22 with serving from 11:00 am til 1:00 pm. Cost is $8 adults, $5 children ages 5-12, $3 for strawberry shortcake. Children under 5 are free. Carry outs are available. Phone 608-423-3001 on June 22 for more information.

Musical entertainment during the luncheon will be presented by the women barbershop quartet, By Request. There will be two performances times; 11:15 am and 12:15 pm with 15 minute sets.

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Jun
21
6:00 PM18:00

Aztalan Summer Solstice

The annual Friends of Aztalan State park Summer Solstice celebration, marking the longest day of the year will be held on Friday, June 21, at Aztalan State Park. There will be a gathering at the Park shelter at the second parking lot between 6 and 7 pm., snacks and refreshments will be served. At 7 pm. Dr John Richards will discuss archaeological excavations currently underway at the park by University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee field school that are providing exciting new information on Aztalan.

Viewing of the sunset (weather permitting) will take place on the large southwest platform mound. at 8:35 pm.

The program is free but a Wisconsin State Park sticker (day or annual) is needed and can be purchased at the park. For more information contact Friends of tAztalan State Park Executive Director Bob Birmingham 608-516-3421 or birmi@sbcglobal.net

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Jun
19
5:00 PM17:00

Community Free Meal

The Community Free Meal is a free monthly dinner, open to the whole community, on the third Wednesday of each month . The dinner is held at the Lake Mills EMS building, 603 East Lake Street, Lake Mills, WI. It is presented as a cooperative effort by several local churches. 

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Jun
19
7:30 AM07:30

U.C.C. Peanut Project

Ongoing fundraiser for the U.C.C. Church where volunteers shell, roast and bag peanuts to sell at local grocery stores. No experience required- job training provided. First Congregational Church (U.C.C.) 307 West Madison Street, Lake Mills, WI.

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Jun
12
10:00 AM10:00

Senior Farmers’ Market Voucher sign up

It’s Farmers’ Market Voucher Time Again!

What is the Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition (FMNP)?

The Senior FMNP offers eligible low-income seniors the opportunity to purchase fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables and herbs from certified farmers. The goals of the Senior FMNP are: to provide fresh, nutritious, unprepared fruits, vegetables and herbs from farmers’markets and roadside stands to low income seniors, and to increase the consumption of agricultural commodities by expanding or aiding the expansion of farmers’ markets and roadside stands.

Who is Eligible? Seniors must be 60 years of age or above, or Native American age 55 years or above, and will need to verify that their monthly income is at or below 185 percent of the federal poverty guideline ~ income $1,926 or less for one person or $2,607 for two people.

How Does the Program Work? Enrolled seniors will receive vouchers worth $25.00 per household. These vouchers may be used to purchase locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs at approved farmers’ markets or roadside stands. These vouchers are good until Oct. 31 st.

How Do I Get These Vouchers? Vouchers will be available for pick-up beginning 6/3/2019 at The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC), 1541 Annex Road in Jefferson. Pick up times are Monday through Friday8am – 4:30pm.

Local Lake Mills Distribution will be held Wednesday, June 12 from 10 am to 12:00 noon in the upstairs conference room at the Lake Mills City Hall, 200 Water Street. The number of vouchers is limited, so they will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Applicants may be required to provide proof of age.

How Do I Get More Information?

For general information related to the vouchers, please contact the ADRC office in Jefferson at 920-674-8734.

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Jun
5
7:30 AM07:30

U.C.C. Peanut Project

Ongoing fundraiser for the U.C.C. Church where volunteers shell, roast and bag peanuts to sell at local grocery stores. No experience required- job training provided. First Congregational Church (U.C.C.) 307 West Madison Street, Lake Mills, WI.

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Jun
2
8:00 AM08:00

Cars and Coffee

Cars & Coffee is a place for friends to gather and share their passion for cars and enjoy a great coffee! Our events are entirely free to attend, but we do encourage donations to help us raise money for Wisconsin Children’s Hospital.

This event is held rain or shine on the first Sunday of each month from May through October on or around Church Street in Lake Mills, WI.

Are you interested in volunteering at our events? We’re always looking for people to help park cars, direct traffic, as well as assisting with set up and take down before/after the event. Send us an email at info@carsandcoffeelm.com to add your name to our volunteer list!

 For more information go to http://www.carsandcoffeelm.com/under-construction/

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May
25
to May 26

The Clay Collective Spring Potters Tour

Take a driving tour of seven area studio potters in the Cambridge, Lake Mills and Johnson Creek, WI area, displaying their newest pots. Eighteen guest potters have been especially invited to show as well this year. Potters will be on hand discussing their works, and Bruce Johnson, Ric Lamore , Ed and Laura Klein will be doing studio demonstrations . Go to theclaycollective.com for maps. yard signs to look for and more information.

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May
25
9:00 AM09:00

Plant Sale @Moravian Church

Spring is in the air and planting time is just around the corner. The Stewardship/Outreach Committee is holding our annual plant sale. We invite you to shop for beautiful baskets and individual flowers as well as your vegetable plant needs, while at the same time supporting the Stewardship/Outreach Committee. Sale dates and times are Fridays May 3 &24, 9 am to 6 pm, Saturdays May 4 &25 9am to 3 pm.

*Make a special note of the change in location of the sale this year, it will be held in the upper parking lot on College Street.*

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May
24
9:00 AM09:00

Plant Sale @Moravian Church

Spring is in the air and planting time is just around the corner. The Stewardship/Outreach Committee is holding our annual plant sale. We invite you to shop for beautiful baskets and individual flowers as well as your vegetable plant needs, while at the same time supporting the Stewardship/Outreach Committee. Sale dates and times are Fridays May 3 &24, 9 am to 6 pm, Saturdays May 4 &25 9am to 3 pm.

*Make a special note of the change in location of the sale this year, it will be held in the upper parking lot on College Street.*

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May
22
9:10 AM09:10

Ebert's Greenhouse Day Trip

We will have a guided tour of the greenhouses at Eberts Market, in Ionia. After the tour and free time to look about and savor the flowers we will head to the Two Sisters Cafe in Watertown for lunch. Fee for the trip is $15, lunch is at your own expense. Thanks to the Bank of Lake Mills, their generous donation towards our day trips has made our costs for these trips less!

Day trips include travel, ticket purchases, and scheduling of events. Participants may be responsible for tipping or additional purchases while on the trip. Trip will meet at the LM High School Auditorium Parking Lot. Please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes early. For more information please feel free to contact the Lake Mills Recreation Department at 920-648-8035.

Minimum of 15 people are needed to run each trip.

Register online or sign up and pay $29 at Club 55 by May 15.

Day Trip is offered by Lake Mills Rec Dept.


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May
20
6:30 PM18:30

Tangled Yarns

Tangled Yarns - a knit and crochet group gathering the third Monday the month at 6:30 pm. in the upper room at Lake Mill’s public library. Bring your own project, see what other people are working on and share ideas. Everyone is welcome from beginners to experienced. The LD Library is located at 120 E. Madison Street, Lake Mills.

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May
5
8:00 AM08:00

Cars and Coffee

Cars & Coffee is a place for friends to gather and share their passion for cars and enjoy a great coffee! Our events are entirely free to attend, but we do encourage donations to help us raise money for Wisconsin Children’s Hospital.

This event is held rain or shine on the first Sunday of each month from May through October on or around Church Street in Lake Mills, WI.

Are you interested in volunteering at our events? We’re always looking for people to help park cars, direct traffic, as well as assisting with set up and take down before/after the event. Send us an email at info@carsandcoffeelm.com to add your name to our volunteer list!

 For more information go to http://www.carsandcoffeelm.com/under-construction/

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May
4
to May 5

Dirt Days at Jelli's Market

Jelli’s Market’s second annual Dirt Days will be May 4th and 5th from 9 to 5 each day. It’s our kickoff to spring and a celebration of how much of our farming way of life is possible thanks to the soil. We will have many activities available for the entire family. Compete in our Farm Tough Mudder competition, plant a flower for Mom, decorate a flower pot, race in our pedal tractor course, visit baby farm animals and much more.The farm store will be open and selling lots of homemade treats, pies and jams.The greenhouse will also be open and stocked with annuals and hanging baskets.

More details on our Facebook page or www.jellismarket.com

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May
4
9:00 AM09:00

Plant Sale @Moravian Church

Spring is in the air and planting time is just around the corner. The Stewardship/Outreach Committee is holding our annual plant sale. We invite you to shop for beautiful baskets and individual flowers as well as your vegetable plant needs, while at the same time supporting the Stewardship/Outreach Committee. Sale dates and times are Fridays May 3 &24, 9 am to 6 pm, Saturdays May 4 &25 9am to 3 pm.

*Make a special note of the change in location of the sale this year, it will be held in the upper parking lot on College Street.*

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