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2012 - 2013 CALENDAR OF EVENTS AUGUST 14 BEAVER DAM


Classic Car & Truck Show 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM; Beaver Dam Wendy’s, 102 Frances Lane; Food, Fun, Door Prizes and Classic Rides - Free admission to show your classic vehicle and for spectators


AUG 15-19 BEAVER DAM


Dodge County Fair www.dodgecountyfairgrounds.com


AUG 15MAYVILLE Classic Car Show in downtown Mayville from 5-8 PM www.mainstreetmayville.com or (920) 387-1167


AUG 16MAYVILLE


Mayville Legion BINGO 134 S. Main Street; Mayville, WI. Doors open at 5PM, Games begin at 6:30PM. .


AUG 17 HARTFORD


Downtown Gallery Night 6-9 pm - Downtown Hartford Hartford Business Improvement District at 262-673-7193


AUG 18 HUSTISFORD


Hustisford Lions Venetian Night Riverside & Lions Parks www.hustisford.com


AUG 23MAYVILLE


Concert in Foster Park Main Street, from 5-7 PM. www.mainstreetmayville.com or (920) 387-1167.


AUG 25 COLUMBUS Public Enemies Event


AUG 26 THERESA


Theresa Lion’s Annual Tractor Pull 10a.m.-6p.m. - Theresa Firemen’s Park, Hwy 28 West. Sponsored By: Theresa Lion’s Club


AUG 26 THERESA Theresa Historical Society


Ice Cream Social 1p.m-4:30p.m. - Solomon Juneau House, South Milwaukee Street (Hwy 175) Note: The Historical Museum/Solomon Ju- neau House is open the last Sunday of every month from Memorial Day thru September. - Hours: 1:00p.m.-4:30p.m.


AUG 30MAYVILLE


Mayville Legion BINGO 134 S. Main Street; Mayville - Doors open at 5PM, Games begin at 6:30PM.


AUG 31 – SEPT 1 RANDOLPH


Softball Tournament www.randolphwi.net


SEPT – OCT HORICON Fall Naturalist Programs Horicon Marsh International Education Center – N7728 Hwy. 28 - 920-387-7877 www.horiconchamber.com/events.cfm Or call 920-485-3200


SEPT 1WAUPUN


Waupun Super Pull Waupun Community Center, 11am & 7pm


SEPT 7-8WAUPUN Volksfest German Ethnic Festival Under the Big Tent in Downtown Waupun 920-324-2610 - www.waupunvolksfest.com


SEPT 8WAUPUN


Wild Goose Chase 5k & 10k Run Begins at the Waupun Community Center 920-324-3106


SEPT 8WAUPUN


Art Around Waupun Art Show In & Around Waupun's Historic City Hall - www.waupunfinearts.org


SEPT 8 HUSTISFORD


Founder John's Day Memorial Park - www.hustisford.com


SEPT 9 THERESA Theresa American Legion & Auxiliary


Pioneer Day Theresa Firemen’s Park, Hwy 28 West 11a.m.-4p.m. Pork & Chicken on the spit, cake & ice cream, Flea Market, 5K Run- Walk. Band Concert by the Lomira High School Band


SEPT 15WATERTOWN


Fall City Wide Rummage Sale www.watertownchamber.com


SEPT 15 FALL RIVER Sorghum Fest www.savannaoakscenter.com


SEPT 19MAYVILLE


Classic Car Show in downtown Mayville 5-8 PM www.mainstreetmayville.com or (920) 387-1167.


SEPT 20MAYVILLE


Concert in Foster Park Main Street, from 5-7 PM www.mainstreetmayville.com or (920) 387-1167


SEPT 22 BEAVER DAM


Old Time Gathering 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.; Dodge County Fairgrounds; Featuring old time crafters, buckskinner encampment, farmer's market, mule team, old cars, model trains, old time dancing and much more. Processing intricate crafts of a bygone era is the theme for the Old Time Gathering. Host Organiza- tion: Dodge County 4-H, Sally Schoenike, 920-386-3790, sally.schoenike@ces.uwex.edu http://dodge.uwex.edu/4h/index.html


SEPT 22WATERTOWN


Rockman Challenge II Sprint triathlon with a twist. Paddle on the Rock River, bike in Jefferson County, then run through the woods is the triathlon. A military style obstacle course with drill sergeants at the end provides the twist. Starts at 9:30am. Early registration is an affordable $55. Proceeds benefit Bethesda Lutheran Communities.


SEPT 23 HORICON


Autumn Art On The Marsh 37 year old Arts & Craft Fair September 23, - Discher Park – 10 am to 4 pm - Horicon Chamber of Commerce www.horiconchamber.com/events.cfm Or call 920-485-3200


SEPT 29WATERTOWN


World's Best Brat Competition 2nd annual Worlds Best Brat Competition at Watertown Wisconsin Airport www.worldsbestbrats.com


40 • www.dodgecounty.com OCT 5 - 6 MAYVILLE


26th Annual Audubon Days Festival www.audubondays.com or 920-387-5776.


OCT 6 – 9 HARTFORD Downtown Autumn Fest Downtown Hartford - Hartford Business Improvement District at 262-673-7193


OCT 5, 6, 7 ASHIPPUN


Buckskinner Encampment Native American Village Wigwams, Native Drummers and Dancers Voyageur Camp, Limited 28” Voyageur Canoe Rides, Civil War Camp. Fri. 8:30-5 Public, School Children 8:30 – 2:30, Sat. 10am – Sundown Ashippun Town Hall


OCT 6 COLUMBUS


Columbus Senior Center Fall Festival Dickason Blvd. 9a.m.–2p.m.


OCT 6 COLUMBUS Autumn Iron


OCT 26 HUSTISFORD Fire Dept. Auxillary Fish Fry Hustisford Firemen's Hall lwww.hustisfordfire.com


OCT 27MAYVILLE


Business Trick or Treat downtown Mayville from 4-5:30 PM. www.mainstreetmayville.com or 920-387-1167.


OCT 27 – 28 HUSTISFORD "Thriller" presented by


The Husty Players Downtown Hustisford www.thehustyplayers.com


NOV 10TH HARTFORD


Hartford Christmas Parade 3 pm Downtown Hartford - Hartford Busi- ness Improvement District at 262-673-7193


NOV 16-18 COLUMBUS


Holiday Open House Downtown Columbus


NOV 16 – 17 HARTFORD Downtown Holiday Open House Friday, 10 am to 7 pm and Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm - Downtown Hartford - Hartford Busi- ness Improvement District at 262-673-7193


NOV 16MAYVILLE


Holiday Hop & Parade Downtown Mayville. 920-387-1167 www.mainstreetmayville.com


NOV 23 RANDOLPH


Holiday Bazaar www.randolphwi.net


NOV 22WATERTOWN The Run Turkey Run 5k www.TheRunTurkeyRun.com


NOV 23 COLUMBUS


Holiday Light Parade 6:30pm through the downtown with Santa lighting the tree afterwards.


NOV 27-30WAUPUN


Avenue of Angels Waupun City Hall Auditorium 920-324-3491 www.waupunchamber.com


DEC TBD COLUMBUS


Breakfast with Santa at the Columbus Country Club - 8am


DEC TBD COLUMBUS Columbus Main Street Holiday Home Tour


DEC 1 BEAVER DAM


Community Tree Lighting 4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.; Old Downtown Train Depot, 127 S. Spring Street Free admission Host organization: Beaver Dam Chamber of Commerce; staff at 920-887-8879


DEC 1 BEAVER DAM


Holiday Parade 5:45 Downtown Beaver Dam


DEC 1 – 2 LEBANON 14th Annual St. Peter’s Christmas


Cookie and Craft Sale The Biggest (and Best) Christmas Cookie Sale in the State! Over 130 varieties of cookies and candies will be available for sale by the pound. Corner of Hwy MM and Hwy R (formerly 109), December 1, 8am - 3pm and also on Sunday, December 2, 9am to 1pm - 920-925-3547 or 920-925-3342 for more information. www.stpetersoflebanon.org


DEC 2 HORICON


Christmas Open House Noon to 4 pm - Satterlee Clark Historical House, 322 Winter St. Horicon Historical Society 920-485-0483 www.horiconchamber.com/events.cfm Or call 920-485-3200


DEC 3 BEAVER DAM


Tree of Lights Beaver Dam Community Hospital, 707 S. University Ave.; Free program in the Conference Room with a choir at 7pm with lighting following at 7:30 pm and a recep- tion will follow in the cafeteria. Program beginning at 7 pm in the conference room at the Hospital. Host Organization: Beaver Dam Community Hospital, Inc., Gail Hope Henschel, (920) 887-1215, www.bdch.org


DEC 8 HORICON


Cookies And Milk With Santa City Hall- 404 E. Lake St. 9am to noon Horicon Chamber of Commerce www.horiconchamber.com/events.cfm Or call 920-485-3200


DEC 8 HUSTISFORD Visit With Santa,


Tree Lighting & Caroling Hustisford Firemen's Hall Memorial Park www.hustisford.com


DEC 8 HUSTISFORD


"Husty Players" Ha Ha Holiday Show Hustisford Firemen's Hall www.thehustyplayers.com


DEC 14 HARTFORD


Downtown Midnight Madness 6 pm-Midnight - Check individual mer- chants ads for their hours. Hartford Busi- ness Improvement District at 262-673-7193


FEB 9,2013 ASHIPPUN


WinterFest 2013 at Harnischfeger County Park


For themost complete and up to date calendar of events please visit www.DodgeCounty.com Additional dates can be found throughout this publication


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