Aug
23
Music at the Market Summer Concert Series
August 23 - Wednesday
Aug
27
Horicon Aquatic Center Closes
August 27 - Sunday
Aug
30
Music at the Market Summer Concert Series
August 30 - Wednesday
Sep
06
Farmers Market Open Mic Night
September 6 - Wednesday
Sep
13
Farmers Market
September 13 - Wednesday
Sep
24
Autumn Art on the Marsh
September 24 - Sunday
09:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Oct
04
Fall Farmers Market Finale
October 4 - Wednesday
Nov
08
Winters Farmers Market
November 8 - Wednesday
Dec
02
Chamber Christmas Chicago Bus
December 2 - Saturday
07:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Dec
09
Cookies and Milk with Santa
December 9 - Saturday
Dec
13
Winters Farmers Market
December 13 - Wednesday
May
04
Living History Days
Friday thru Sunday
09:00 AM - 03:00 PM
May
05
Living History Days
Saturda
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Sep
23
Autumn Art on the Marsh
September 23 - Sunday
09:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Dec
01
Chamber Christmas Chicago Bus
December 1 - Saturday
07:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Business Highlights

Business Highlights
Thank You Steak Fry Volunteers! – 5/25/2017
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Blue Zones Project Kick Off Event

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Open Door Coffeehouse Is A Blue Zone Approved Restaurant

THE OPEN DOOR COFFEEHOUSE IS THE NEWEST BLUE ZONES PROJECT APPROVED RESTAURANT

Mayville residents and visitors can enjoy a casual café atmosphere with healthier choices.

 

Mayville, Wisc. – August 19, 2017 – Blue Zones Project®, Dodge County announced The Open Door Coffeehouse as the newest Blue Zones Project Approved™ restaurant in Dodge County, reflecting its commitment to creating a healthier environment. Blue Zones Project is a community-led well-being improvement initiative designed to make healthier choices easier by encouraging simple changes to environment, policy, and social networks.

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Membership Kickoff Drive

SHRM – Dodge County
Celebration Invitation

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Are you an HR professional or responsible for the Human Resource functions?

Discover the benefits the SHRM-Dodge County chapter has to offer to you!

 

We invite you to join us for our

Membership Kick-off Drive to learn more about SHRM!

 

Date: Wednesday, September 20th 2017

Time: 4:30pm – 7:00pm

Place: Old Hickory Golf Club

W7596 State Rd 33, Beaver Dam, WI 53916

 

 

Come & enjoy free appetizers, drinks and door prizes ----

We are giving away a $100 bill and more!

Prize drawings will be held at 6:00pmmust be present to win.

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to network with local HR Professionals and
business owners. Learn more on the upcoming workshop topics and the benefits of SHRM memberships!

 

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We hope to see you on September 20th!

 

To RSVP – please email dodgectyshrm@gmail.com
by the deadline of 09/08/2017.

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Second Blue Zones Project Approved Restaurant!

BEAVER DAM COMMUNITY HOSPITALS, INC. CAFE EARNS BLUE ZONES PROJECT APPROVEDTM RESTAURANT STATUS

Café provides healthy options for visitors, employees, and the community they serve

 

Beaver Dam, Wisc. – July 14, 2017 – Blue Zones Project®, Dodge County announced Beaver Dam Community Hospital (BDCH) Café as the newest Blue Zones Project Approved™ restaurant in Dodge County, reflecting its commitment to creating a healthier environment. Blue Zones Project is a community-led well-being improvement initiative designed to make healthier choices easier by encouraging simple changes to environment, policy, and social networks.

 

A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, July 27, at 707 S. University Ave., to celebrate BDCH Café’s contribution to improving well-being in the community.

 

“I am thrilled that BDCH Café has made improvements to earn this distinction to help make healthy choices easier for everyone that we serve,” said Jim Feil, Director of Food Service. “The new Blue Zones-inspired menu options have been well received by our customers.”

 

Some of the most popular new dishes include Roasted Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos and a Toasted Sourdough Portabella Sandwich with White Bean Pesto and Pickled Onions. Additionally, special events and meetings that are catered by the hospital café now feature delicious plant-based hors d’oeuvres.

 

Additional steps that the café took to achieve this designation include sourcing fresh produce from Two Good Farms in Columbus, WI, serving fruits and vegetables as default side dishes with combo meals, and offering fresh fruit-infused water every day as a beverage option.

 

“My take on a plant-based menu is that I try to take things that people are familiar with and put a twist onto them,” said BDCH Chef Kylie Peltier. “Eliminating processed foods and using real and fresh foods allows me to utilize my creativity to produce fun and nutritional meals while helping Dodge County in its journey towards better health”.

 

Blue Zones Project is brought to Dodge County through sponsorship by Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, in collaboration with Healthways®, Inc. and Blue Zones, LLC. Dodge County is the first Blue Zones Project demonstration site in the state.

 

For details about becoming a Blue Zones Project Approved restaurant or general information about Blue Zones Project, Dodge County, call 920-342-2479, or visit dodgecounty.bluezonesproject.com.

 

For more information about BDCH Café contact (920) 887-4045 or visit: www.bdch.com

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Volunteers Needed!

Bethesda is always in need of volunteers for their business!

Supporting a thrift shop run by a non-profit organization benefits the community in many ways. Three examples:

  1. Thrift Shops provide lower economic groups access to goods they might not normally be able to afford.
  2. Thrift Shops make use out of items that fill our landfills.
  3. Most thrift stores operate as an extension of a non-profit agency with funds going towards their mission within the community. Bethesda Thrift Shop’s mission is to raise funds that allow us to provide access to programs and services that support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Their thrift stores are almost 100% volunteer run, and that allows for more profit to go to the programs and services that they provide.  Bethesda offers training, programming, and support services to individuals who are intellectually and developmentally disabled....with local resident homes and day programming as two examples of what we support. They always need volunteers at our thrift shop located in Horicon. It can be serving as a one time project, fulfilling a certain amount of designated service hours, or volunteering occasionally or on a continuing basis.

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