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Storytime At The Horicon Library
December 18 - Tuesday
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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Open Knitting
December 19 - Wednesday
09:30 AM - 11:00 AM
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Open Knitting
December 26 - Wednesday
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“History of the Storck Breweries”

Rock River Archaeological Society

Presents “History of the Storck Breweries”

November 14, 2018

 

Judge John Storck, now retired, will be sharing the history of the Storck Breweries at the Rock River Archaeological Society meeting on November 14 (Wed) at 6:30 PM. The talk will be done in the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center at N7725 Hwy 28, Horicon, WI. The meeting is open to the public and there is no charge for attending. Doors open at 5:45 PM and it can be accessed from the upper parking lot until 6:30 PM. The talk will be presented in the classroom area of the Education and Visitor Center.

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Audubon Days Celebrates 32 Years!

Audubon Days Celebrates 32 Years!

 

Mayville, Wisconsin, October 1, 2018 — The 32nd Annual Audubon Days Festival is once again being held in downtown Mayville at Foster Park. Always held the first weekend in October, this year the festival will be Friday, October 5 through Sunday, October 7.

The Audubon Days festival is the perfect destination to experience Midwestern fall family fun. As one of the most unique fall festivals in the region, Audubon Days coincides with the beginning of Horicon Marsh’s bird migration and the peak of fall color.

Enjoy Friday night’s ever-popular bed races down Main Street followed by live by "Tigerpants" downtown starting at 8:00 p.m. Need something for the kids to do? There will also be a youth dance Friday night starting at 7:00 p.m.

Saturday kicks off with a 3 v 3 Basketball Tournament, a car show, and then a 5k Run & Walk. There is also a Bean Bag Toss Tournament for two person teams. Live music starts at noon with Pick'n n Grin'n. Beginning at 10:00 a.m. the Market on Main Vendor Fair begins along with the Food Court. The day also will feature a wide variety of kid’s entertainment, including Cristo Rey Ranch Petting Zoo, and inflatable obstacle course, crafts, 9 hole mini golf, and the mini rubber duck races. The festival will also offer archery alley by the Horicon Marsh Bowmen. Live music continues at 4:00 p.m. with "Crank the Radio" and then at 8:00 p.m. "Midnight Road Crew" will perform downtown on Lot 21 just behind Main Street.

Sunday brings back all the children's activities from Saturday plus Market on Main Vendor Fair beginning at 10:00 a.m. The 32nd Annual Audubon Days Parade begins at 11:00 a.m. on Mayville’s Historic Main Street. Kids activities begin at noon and food will also be available in the food tent. The Duck Raffle will be held at 3:00 p.m. in Foster Park.

Whether you’re looking to participate in the 5K run/walk, listen to great music, or stroll through the arts and craft gallery, Audubon Days is a delightful autumn experience for all. For more information and complete list of events and times go to www.audubondays.com. Like Audubon Days on Facebook to receive event updates.

Mayville is located on the historic Rock River in southeast Wisconsin and is the “Gateway to the Horicon Marsh”, the largest, freshwater, cattail marsh in the United States. Your guide to fall’s best tastes and fun adventures awaits in Dodge County. Visit www.dodgecounty.com to plan your getaway today and discover all that Dodge County has to offer.

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Horicon Marsh Archaeological Festival

Horicon Marsh Archaeological Festival

October 13 & 14

 

The Horicon Marsh Archaeological Festival, sponsored by the Rock River Archaeological Society, takes place at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center with the 2018 dates being October 13th and 14th. The Festival is constantly growing and offers something for all ages. There is no admission charge.

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SHRM Dodge County Fall Kick-Off

When: Mark your calendars for September 19, 2018!

Time: It all starts at 4:30PM …. And we’ll send you home around 7pm.

Come when you’d like – however, we draw for prizes at 6:00PM SHARP.

Place: Old Hickory Golf Club

Why: To kick-off the new programming year and celebrate our networking group!!! and to invite newbies to come check us out!

 

This is a free event and all area Human Resource professionals, business leaders, managers and supervisors are invited to attend.

This is a great opportunity to meet and mingle with our current chapter members who can attest to all of the benefits of membership.

 

Please make sure to save the date on your calendars.

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Haunted Marsh Walk

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Autumn Art on the Marsh

Autumn Art on the Marsh is just around the corner. This amazing craft show is perfect for every age. From 9 am to 3 pm, enjoy shopping, seeing the beautiful disher park and all the amazing crafts. September 23rd, 2018 is going to be a beautiful day with even more beautiful items.

If you would like to be a vendor, there's still time! Fill out the application and send it our way. It's super easy and a perfect way to spend your day and growing your business.

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Food Stand at Kiwanis Park

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 157 Horicon is sponsoring the Food Stand at Kiwanis Park on June 27th evening of the"Nordlund" music group. We will be serving Sloppy Joes and Hot Dogs, with chips, soda and water.

The Horicon Phoenix program booklet is now available.

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Trinity Church United Methodist Blue Zones Project Approved Faith-Based Community

Trinity Church United Methodist Blue Zones Project Approved Faith-Based Community

 

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin –November 4, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County held a ribbon cutting celebration today at Trinity Church - United Methodist in Beaver Dam to recognize the organization as the newest faith-based community to become Blue Zones Project Approved™. This designation demonstrates the commitment of Trinity Church and its wellness team to improve the well-being of its congregation by focusing on physical well-being in addition to social and spiritual well-being.

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The 29th Annual Harvest Ball

Watertown, WI ~ Return to the elegant 19th Century for an evening of Victorian politeness and decorum where you will be treated to dance music played on antique instruments in the style of the Civil War era. The “The 29th Annual Harvest Ball” will be held in Watertown at Turner Hall on Saturday, November 3. The ball takes place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and is open to all ages. The Harvest Ball makes history live for participants by taking them back in time at an energetic, fun-filled and educational event!

This event recreates the ambiance of a bygone time. It is a formal event where some of the participants come dressed in formal Civil War era uniforms and ball gowns (sometimes with hooped skirts) from the 1850’s and 1860’s. Others often attend as “civilian dignitaries” in formal wear of that era. It is also quite suitable to attend in formal 21st Century clothing. Flat shoes or dance slippers are also recommended. Those attending the ball will enjoy Virginia reels, schottisches, waltzes, two steps and polkas. There will be a stately grand march which is a highlight of the event. For those not familiar with these styles of dance, all set dances will be taught at the ball. The goal is to have a lively, fun evening for all in attendance! You may even run into Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln at the dance.

There are only a few rules. You must leave your sword and spurs at the door and women’s hooped skirts cannot be over four feet in diameter!

So come alone or with a partner or group! You will be treated to dance music played on antique instruments of the era. Everyone will have a good time whether you are an experienced dancer or a beginner! It’s fun to join right into the first dance and let others lead you instead of just watching. You can also enjoy free hors-d’oeuvres throughout the evening and there is a cash bar.

It is with great pleasure that the 1st Brigade Band invites everyone to attend their ball! Tickets are available in advance for $40 per person and can be purchased www.1stbrigadeband.org. For groups of eight or more, you can purchase discounted tickets at $30 per person. Tickets are available the day of the event at the door but call ahead to make sure the event isn’t sold out. There is no charge for children under 12 however donations are welcome to cover the cost of the food. Turner Hall is located at 301 S. 4th St. in Watertown. Tickets are limited so get yours today! Please call 920-285-5285 for general information or contact treasurer@1stbrigadeband.org for questions about tickets.

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Vita Park Eye Associates Recognized as Blue Zones Project Approved

Vita Park Eye Associates Recognized as a Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite

 

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin –September 21, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County held a ribbon cutting celebration today at Vita Park Eye Associates in Beaver Dam to recognize the organization as the newest worksite to become Blue Zones Project Approved™. This designation demonstrates the commitment of Vita Park Eye Associates, S.C. and its wellness team to improve the well-being of employees by optimizing the physical environment, offering key employee benefits, and hosting special events.

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BLUE ZONES PROJECT RECOGNITION CEREMONY FOR MOUNTIN’S PIGGLY WIGGLY

BLUE ZONES PROJECT RECOGNITION CEREMONY FOR MOUNTIN’S PIGGLY WIGGLY

to celebrate achieving Blue Zones Project Approved™ Grocery status

 

What: Ribbon cutting ceremony being held to recognize Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly in Mayville as the newest Blue Zones Project Approved™ Grocery

 

When: Thursday, September 13th, 2018
3:00pm – 3:15pm

 

Where: Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly

1440 Horicon Street

Mayville, WI 53050

 

Public/Private: Public Event

 

Interview Opportunities:

Curt Schmidt, Owner

Keith Hill, Blue Zones Project Organization Lead

Leslie Covell Hershberger, Blue Zones Project Community Program Manager

 

Background: Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly has completed the Blue Zones Project grocery pledge and, as a result, has helped make healthy choices easier for their customers. Mountin’s serves healthy plant-based prepared foods in their deli, highlights healthy and locally-grown food selections throughout the store, and provides an impressive selection of whole grain breads for grab-and-go sandwiches and their bakery department. In addition, Mountin’s offers healthy cooking demonstrations, provides store tours that show their shoppers where healthy ingredients are located, and distributes easy-to-follow plant-based recipes in various store locations.

 

Visuals: Ceremony with ribbon cutting and Blue Zones Project Approved certificate being presented.

 

 

Blue Zones Project is a community-by-community well-being improvement initiative designed to support longer, better lives through permanent changes to environment, policy, and social networks. Blue Zones Project is brought to Dodge County through sponsorship by Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, in collaboration with Sharecare®, 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 organization or general information about Blue Zones Project Dodge County, call 920-212-8511, or visit dodgecounty.bluezonesproject.com.

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BLUE ZONES PROJECT RECOGNITION CEREMONY FOR VITA PARK EYE ASSOCIATES

BLUE ZONES PROJECT RECOGNITION CEREMONY FOR VITA PARK EYE ASSOCIATES

Local eye clinic to celebrate achieving Blue Zones Project Approved™ worksite status

 

 

What: Ribbon cutting ceremony being held to recognize Vita Park Eye Associates as the newest Blue Zones Project Approved™ worksite

 

  1. Friday, September 21, 2018
    4:00 p.m. – 4:10 p.m.

 

Where: Vita Park Eye Clinic

240 Corporate Drive

Beaver Dam, WI

 

Public/Private: Private event. Press is invited to attend.

 

Interview Opportunities:

Jay Wilkins, MD

Tracy Haucke, Optician

Heather Larson, Assistant Office Manager

Jean Pillsbury, Surgery Coordinator

Tammy Graff, Surgery Coordinator

Tracy Rose, Blue Zones Project Organization Lead

Leslie Covell Hershberger, Blue Zones Project Community Program Manager

 

Background: Vita Park Eye Associates’ commitment to patient service is a core value of the clinic, as is employee well-being. Vita Park has become the most recent site to complete the Blue Zones Project Worksite Pledge by incorporating wellness initiatives through their new “Your Eye on Health” employee wellness program. Vita Park’s building design set the stage for their work environment by creating a relaxing space for patients and employees using soothing colors, artwork, lots of natural light, open concept design and a bubble wall. Other offerings include flexible work schedules, reimbursed continuing education, quarterly social gatherings and mapped walking routes.

 

 

Visuals: Ceremony with ribbon cutting and Blue Zones Project Approved certificate being presented.

Blue Zones Project is a community-by-community well-being improvement initiative designed to support longer, better lives through permanent changes to environment, policy, and social networks. Blue Zones Project is brought to Dodge County through sponsorship by Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, in collaboration with Sharecare®, Inc. and Blue Zones, LLC. Dodge County is the first Blue Zones Project demonstration site in the state.

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Blue Zones Project recognizes John Deere Horicon Works for wellness commitment

Blue Zones Project recognizes John Deere Horicon Works for wellness commitment

 

 

Horicon, Wisconsin –September 7, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County held a ribbon cutting celebration today at John Deere Horicon Works to recognize the organization as the newest worksite to become Blue Zones Project Approved™. This designation demonstrates the commitment of John Deere Horicon Works to employee wellness and volunteer activities.

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Hometown Pharmacy Recognized as a Blue Zones Project Approved worksite

Hometown Pharmacy Recognized as a Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite

 

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin –August 29, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County held a ribbon cutting celebration today at Hometown Pharmacy in Beaver Dam to celebrate them as the newest worksite to become Blue Zones Project Approved™. This designation demonstrates the commitment that Hometown Pharmacy along with owner, Dr. Abbi Linde, have to focusing on employee and community well-being.

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Moraine Park Technical College in Beaver Dam Recognized as a Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite

Moraine Park Technical College in Beaver Dam Recognized as a Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite

 

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin –August 22, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County held a ribbon cutting celebration today at Moraine Park Technical College (MPTC) in Beaver Dam to recognize the organization as the newest worksite to become Blue Zones Project Approved™. This designation demonstrates the commitment of Moraine Park and its wellness team to improve the well-being of employees by encouraging increased worksite networking, encouraging more movement during the day, and optimizing the food environment.

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Mountin's Piggly Wiggly in Mayville Named Blue Zones Project Approved

BLUE ZONES PROJECT RECOGNITION CEREMONY FOR MOUNTIN’S PIGGLY WIGGLY

to celebrate achieving Blue Zones Project Approved™ Grocery status

 

What: Ribbon cutting ceremony being held to recognize Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly in Mayville as the newest Blue Zones Project Approved™ Grocery

 

When: Thursday, September 13th, 2018
3:00pm – 3:15pm

 

Where: Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly

1440 Horicon Street

Mayville, WI 53050

 

Public/Private: Public Event

 

Interview Opportunities:

Curt Schmidt, Owner

Keith Hill, Blue Zones Project Organization Lead

Leslie Covell Hershberger, Blue Zones Project Community Program Manager

 

Background: Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly has completed the Blue Zones Project grocery pledge and, as a result, has helped make healthy choices easier for their customers. Mountin’s serves healthy plant-based prepared foods in their deli, highlights healthy and locally-grown food selections throughout the store, and provides an impressive selection of whole grain breads for grab-and-go sandwiches and their bakery department. In addition, Mountin’s offers healthy cooking demonstrations, provides store tours that show their shoppers where healthy ingredients are located, and distributes easy-to-follow plant-based recipes in various store locations.

 

Visuals: Ceremony with ribbon cutting and Blue Zones Project Approved certificate being presented.

Blue Zones Project is a community-by-community well-being improvement initiative designed to support longer, better lives through permanent changes to environment, policy, and social networks. Blue Zones Project is brought to Dodge County through sponsorship by Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, in collaboration with Sharecare®, 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 organization or general information about Blue Zones Project Dodge County, call 920-212-8511, or visit dodgecounty.bluezonesproject.com.

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BLUE ZONES PROJECT RECOGNITION CEREMONY FOR HOMETOWN PHARMACY

BLUE ZONES PROJECT RECOGNITION CEREMONY FOR HOMETOWN PHARMACY
Local pharmacy to celebrate achieving Blue Zones Project Approved™ worksite status

 

 

What: Ribbon cutting ceremony being held to recognize Hometown Pharmacy as the newest Blue Zones Project Approved™ worksite

 

  1. Wednesday, August 29, 2018
    6:30 p.m. - 6 :40 p.m.

 

Where: Hometown Pharmacy

609 N Spring St

Beaver Dam, WI

 

Public/Private: Public event preceding Rechek’s Food Pride Supermarket Sweep event.

 

Interview Opportunities:

Abbi Linde, pharmacist and owner of Hometown Pharmacy

Brett Recheck, owner of Rechek’s Food Pride

Tracy Rose, Blue Zones Project Organization Lead

Leslie Covell Hershberger, Blue Zones Project Community Program Manager

 

Background: Commitment to patient care and health is priority number one at Hometown Pharmacy, as is employee well-being. Hometown Pharmacy has become the most recent site to receive Blue Zones Project Worksite Approval status. The pharmacy focused in on personalized nutrition and health coaching for employees, flexible work schedules and encouraged time to downshift with stretching and walking breaks. Hometown Pharmacy, in conjunction with Rechek’s Food Pride, also offered a cooking demonstration and healthy grocery store tours to employees and the public.

 

Visuals: Ceremony with ribbon cutting and Blue Zones Project Approved certificate being presented. Reception and Supermarket Sweep event to follow.

 

Blue Zones Project is a community-by-community well-being improvement initiative designed to support longer, better lives through permanent changes to environment, policy, and social networks. Blue Zones Project is brought to Dodge County through sponsorship by Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, in collaboration with Sharecare®, 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 organization or general information about Blue Zones Project Dodge County, call 920-212-8511, or visit dodgecounty.bluezonesproject.com.

 

 

Janelle Wiebelhaus-Finger | Engagement Lead

M : 920-392-9408 – Janelle.WiebelhausFinger@sharecare.com

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Fall Fest

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Early Settlers To Fox Lake Honored in Cemetery Walk

Early Settlers To Fox Lake

Honored in Cemetery Walk

 

A Cemetery Walk will take place in Fox Lake, WI. on July 7th , from 7:30 to 9:00 PM. It will honor some of the very first settlers in Dodge County. The Cemetery was first begun on May 30, 1850, when the Waushara Cemetery Association was organized at the office of Stoddard Judd, in the Village of Waushara, County of Dodge. Waushara was one of the first names for the Village of Fox Lake. The Cemetery is now called the Riverside Memorial Park located on Hamilton St., Fox Lake, Wisconsin.

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Mudslide & Friends Jamfest

The annual Jamfest music fastival will take place on Saturday, July 7 starting at 2 p.m. at Lions Point Park in Mayville. The public is welcome to attend this free concert event. All proceedes from food, beverage, and donations will go toward the Gold Star Memorial Trail.

The event will again feature several musicians coming together to rock out to the large crowd, overlooking the beautiful Rock River. There will be original music, as well. Dave "Muddy" Gruenwaldt, Mayville High School graduate, will again be coming back to Mayville to lead this special event. The event frequently draws nearly 1,000 people troughout the day and evening. Musical selections will be rock, mainly classic rock, from the '20s and '80s.

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An Evening of Music ans Nature

Saturday, November 10                 Prairie Theater at UW - Fond Du Lac

5 pm - Free Family Friendly Event

Meet some of Marsh Haven nature Center's educational raptors, and other animal ambassadors; make a milkweed seed ball and take home important seeds to help our pollinators; collect resources on providing nest boxes for our declining cavity nesting birds; and discover ways to share the message of caring for the earth and caring for each other.

 

7 pm - Jim Curry Presents the Music of John Denver

Concert and Silent Auction proceeds benefit the nature education programs at the Marsh Haven Nature Center. Tickets $20/$25 at Marsh Haven Nature Center or online through www.hometowntickets.com

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Newest Blue Zones Project Approved Faith-Based Community Announced

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin –June 19, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County held a ribbon cutting celebration today for Saint Katharine Drexel Parish, the most recent faith-based community to become Blue Zones Project Approved™ in Dodge County and the first in Beaver Dam. This designation demonstrates St. Katharine Drexel Parish’s commitment to helping its parishioners improve both their spiritual and physical well-being

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ST. KATHARINE DREXEL PARISH BECOMES NEWEST BLUE ZONES PROJECT APPROVED™ FAITH-BASED COMMUNITY

St. Katharine’s Drexel Parish is a Catholic Community in Dodge County that is committed to improving the both the spiritual and physical well-being of their parishioners as demonstrated by their designation as a Blue Zones Project Approved faith-based community. The parish enhanced the physical environment of parish grounds by ensuring bike racks were available for use and adding signage designating the parish and school as a tobacco free campus. Healthy, Blue Zones inspired food options were offered at parish meetings and a straw bale garden was added to the parish prayer garden. The weekly bulletin was used to communicate with parishioners about Blue Zones Project and included healthy recipes as well as information about the new yoga classes offered to parishioners

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Free nature evenings at Marsh Haven

Waupun, WI ~ Spend an evening at Marsh Haven Nature Center learning about nature and connecting with fellow community members. Marsh Haven, a non-profit nature center located on the north end of the Horicon Marsh, three miles east of Waupun at W10145 Highway 49, has a season of free Community Connection evenings planned. These free events are open to residents from the area communities - come early, bring a picnic meal, hike the trails, and bring the whole family!

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Flea Market and Craft Fair showcases additional Entertainment and Vendors in 2018

Flea Market and Craft Fair showcases additional Entertainment and Vendors in 2018

Beaver Dam, WI ~ Five monthly flea market and craft fair events will feature more exclusive treasures and handmade items throughout the summer. More vendors are expected to showcase their one-of-a-kind products at the indoor and outdoor market this season. These family-friendly events are held at the Dodge County Fairgrounds – rain or shine.

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Local Farm-to-Table for Families Event

Mayberry Farms, a Blue Zones Project Supporting Organization, will host a farm-to-table event for families. The event will include free walking farm tours led by owners Tim and Danielle Clark. Local farmers and food organizations will be at the event including the Dodge County Dairy Promotion Committee, The Wisconsin Beef Council, and the Dodge/Jefferson County Beekeepers Association. Attendees can ride the Blue Zones Project smoothie bike and sample a strawberry smoothie. You-pick and ready-pick strawberries will be available for sale. An affordable strawberry-inspired lunch, prepared by NOLA North Grille, will feature local ingredients from Windy Drumlins, Widmer’s Cheese Cellars, and Mayberry Farms Strawberries.

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Schauer Arts Center Announces its 2018-19 Performing Arts Season

May 21, 2018 - Hartford, WI

The Schauer Arts Center is excited to announce its 2018-19 Performing Arts Series, a new and diverse season of entertainment from a wide variety of global artists. The Schauer’s 18th season, featuring the theme of “Art, Soul & Rock and Roll” includes performances from the Milwaukee Ballet, Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, the Church Basement Ladies, Jimmy Osmond and more.

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Horicon Softball

The Horicon High School Girls Softball team has WON the Conference Champs title!

Please join us in CONGRATULATING them…..

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YMCA of Dodge County Named Blue Zones Project Approved worksite

The YMCA of Dodge County Named Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite

 

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin –May 21, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County held a ribbon cutting celebration today at the YMCA of Dodge County to celebrate them as the newest worksite to become Blue Zones Project Approved™. This designation demonstrates the YMCA’s commitment to focusing on employee and community well-being.

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Rock River Archaeological Society Presents “History of the Storck Breweries”

 

Judge John Storck, now retired, will be sharing the history of the Storck Breweries at the Rock River Archaeological Society meeting on April 18 (Wed) at 6:30 PM. The talk will be done in the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center at N7725 Hwy 28, Horicon, WI. The meeting is open to the public and there is no charge for attending. Doors open at 6:00 PM and it can be accessed from the upper parking lot until 6:30 PM.

Being a direct descendent of the Storck families that started operation in 1884, Judge John Storck has a lot of stories that have been passed down over the years.

 

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Blue Zones

When: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
5 p.m. – 6 p.m.

 

Where: Clearview Health Facility – Towne Center

198 County Rd DF

Juneau, WI

 

Public/Private: Private event. Reception to follow. Media welcome to attend.

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BLUE ZONES PROJECT DODGE COUNTY ANNOUNCES VAN BRUNT ELEMENTARY AS THE NEWEST BLUE ZONES APPROVED SCH

BLUE ZONES PROJECT DODGE COUNTY ANNOUNCES VAN BRUNT ELEMENTARY AS THE NEWEST BLUE ZONES APPROVED SCHOOL

 

Horicon, Wisc. – February 9, 2018 – Blue Zones Project®, Dodge County announced Van Brunt Elementary as the latest Blue Zones Project Approved™ school in Dodge County and the first in Horicon, reflecting its commitment to creating a healthier environment for their students.

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Yoga on the Marsh

Friday, February 9 from 6:30-8pm

Spots are still available!

Join us for PARTNER yoga at the marsh! Bring your friend or bring your significant other, and we will do easy yoga poses together! Please bring your own mat. Pre-registration required and $15 fee ($10 for members), which can be paid night of the event.

Contact julie.church@wisconsin.gov or (920) 387-7890 for more information

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First Blue Zones Project Approved Grocery Store to be recognized in Dodge County

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin – February 5, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County will celebrate the first grocery store to become Blue Zones Project Approved™, Rechek’s Food Pride. The family-owned, local grocer demonstrated its commitment to improving community well-being through this designation. Blue Zones Project Dodge County is a community-wide well-being improvement initiative—designed to make healthy choices easier through sustainable changes to environment, policy, and social networks.

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First Blue Zones Project Approved Faith-Based Community to be Recognized in Dodge County

Horicon, Wisconsin – February 5, 2018 – Blue Zones Project® Dodge County will celebrate the first faith-based community to become Blue Zones Project Approved™, Sacred Heart Parish. The Catholic Parish located in the “heart” of Dodge County demonstrated its commitment to improving the well-being of its parishioners and guests through this designation.