If you are a non-profit group and have an upcoming event you would like announced on our Community Calendar, email Shelby@wrjc.com.

We update this page often!  Come back soon to see what’s new and to keep up with events in your Community! If you know of something you are interested in that is not listed, please email Shelby@wrjc.com. Thanks!

Recurring events are listed at the bottom on the page. 

Thanks for listening to WRJC!

 

Tomah 4th of July Parade Register by June 30

4th of July Parade

Registration is Open!

Register your Parade entry by Sunday, June 30th at bit.ly/4thofjulytomah2024!

Elroy Fair June 19-23

2024 Elroy Fair Schedule

127th Footloose at the Fair in Elroy is being held June 19th thru the 23rd! For more information:

https://www.elroyfair.com/

 

Tomah Tractor Pull June 20 – 22

 

Full Pull Stop & Shop June 21 & 22

 

Camp Douglas Vendor & Farmer’s Market June thru October

Our Market starts the First Sunday in June and goes until the last Sunday in October. This year’s runs 6/2/24-10/27/24. 11AM-2PM every Sunday (weather permitting). Located at 129 Main St Camp Douglas, WI 54618.
 
About the Market – “People who are passionate and hard working… deserve to display and sell their hobby goods! That is a goal I’ve been able to give back to these wonderful individuals… Thanks to the Camp Douglas Village, The Avant-Garde Oil & Health Enthusiasts & Royal Banks little parking lots. I love the passion and effort my market family illustrates. This is a positive and friendly environment. We love to share with you what we are passionate about and love! Thanks for joining us!”

 

The Market 

https://www.facebook.com/maustonsfarmersmarket

 

Rummage Sale June 21, 22 & 23

 

Local Food Pop-up Events June 21, June 26

 

Local Bat Presentation June 22

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Join Jennifer Redell, Conservation Biologist with the WI DNR’s Bat Program for an engaging presentation about your local bats. Hear about how local hibernating populations are showing some promising signs of recovery after dramatic losses from White-nose Syndrome. Bat acoustic walk to follow on the Central Sands Nature Trail.
 
Program starts at the Amphitheater 
 
Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Hillsboro Lions Appreciation Breakfast June 23

 

Elroy Dairy Breakfast June 23

 

Music in the Park June 24

 

Men Shed Event June 25

 

Local Food Distribution Day June 26

4:00pm-6:00 p.m.

Camp Douglas Village Hall

Please call our office for more information 608-847-9371

 

Community Blood Drive June 26 & 27

For more information and to register, call the Blood Center of Wisconsin at 1-877-232-4376 or visit www.donate.wisconsin.versiti.org/donor/schedules/zip and look for Mile Bluff Medical Center in the mobile drives.

You can help someone in need. Make a blood donation during the two-day blood drive at Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston.

Wednesday, June 26 from 9 am – 2 pm

Thursday, June 27 from 9 am – 2 pm

 

Seniors Education June 27

Medicare Scam Awareness Presented by Medicare Patrol

2PM at Terrace Heights

For more information on this month’s topic and to reserve your spot, call 608-847-2377.

Each month, Terrace Heights Retirement Community in Mauston hosts an educational event for seniors. Coming in June, the topic will be on Medicare Scam awareness presented by Medicare Patrol. These monthly sessions are free to the public and focus on senior health and other various topics

Thursday, June 27 at 2 pm – 3 pm

at Terrace Heights Retirement Community

 

Ryan Meisel June 27

Ryan Meisel spiritual currents- Friday, June 28th, 7pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

Blending his background in jazz with the sounds of indigenous music from around the globe, Ryan Meisel’s “Spiritual Currents” is a presentation of music that blurs the lines between performance, meditation and soulful exploration. Ryan’s music honors his deep spiritual connection to the earth and nature while providing a context for his personal expression through organic sound. Ryan performs live saxophones, Native flutes, indigenous woodwinds, whistles, and electronic wind instruments, to his pre-recorded accompaniment of drums, shakers, bells, rattles, world percussion and electronics.

This free event at the amphitheater is sponsored by the Friends of Buckhorn State Park. Vehicle admission is required. 

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

I & E Club Events June 27

June 27, 2024 I&E Club Meeting – speaker/topic to tbd (let us know if you are interested in speaking!)

 

Necedah Area Garage Sale June 28 & 29

12th Annual Necedah Area Community Garage Sale

Necedah Area Garage Sales June 28th & 29th 2024

Plan Now and Register for FREE! Your sale will be posted Online and Printed on a Listing for the weekend Register on the form at DISCOVER NECEDAH on Facebook or pick up a form at Necedah Village Hall. Deadline is JUNE 10th to be included on the printed listing.

 

Story Time June 29

Story time June 29th 7pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

Join Cortney from the New Lisbon Library for Storytime at 7pm at our Amphitheater!

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Safe Sitters Essential Class July 1

Registration is required. To register, visit the events calendar at Milebluff.com. For more information, call 608-847-2740.

This one-day class is designed to prepare students in grades 6–8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. This will be an educational class filled with fun games and role-playing exercises.

Class fee is $20 per person and class size is limited.

Monday, July 1 at 9 am – 2:30 pm

at Mile Bluff Clinic – Mauston

 

Shred Event and Food Drive June 29

Shred Event and Food Drive – 1st Community Credit Union

June 29 | 8:30 am – 11:30 am | 220 Buan St., Tomah

Free shredding of your sensitive, confidential documents. Donation of a non-perishable food item is encouraged, in exchange for the shredding of up to 3 boxes/bags per person. View more information on Facebook HERE.

 

Sponsorship Deadline July 1

Independence Day Celebration – Tomah VA Medical Center

July 1 Sponsor Deadline | 500 E. Veterans St., Tomah

The Tomah VA will be hosting their annual Celebration on Wednesday, July 10th from 1:30 pm – 3 pm. This year, they are extending the invitation to local businesses to sponsor a carnival game or food booth to help with the Celebration. To sponsor, responses are due by July 1st. Additional information and sponsor forms can be found HERE. For any questions, contact Jennifer Conzemius at 608-377-1007 or email jennifer.conzemius@va.gov.

 

Millston Family Fun Day July 3

 

Local Food Pop-up Events July 3, July 10, July 17, July 24, July 25, July 31

 

Tomah July 4 Celebration

 

Fireworks July 5

Begins at 5PM.
 
Once again the City of Mauston has partnered with Festival Foods for our community fireworks display on Friday, July 5th.
There will be live music, food & beverage vendors and bounce houses for added fun!
The firework display will start at dusk. 

 

 

EAA Fly-In July 6

 

VFW Brat Fry July 6

Join the Mauston VFW at Festival Foods on July 6th for a Fundraiser Brat Fry 10AM- 6PM.  Come out for a brat and to visit with your local VFW!

 

Childbirth Education Class Saturdays

Call to register for a class before your baby arrives. For more information or to register, call 608-847-1013.

Join Mile Bluff’s childbirth education team for a one-day class to learn how you can prepare for birth, how to feed your baby, and what to expect after delivery. This class is free to you and your support person. Dates will be set based on the needs of expecting mothers.

Saturdays from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

at Mile Bluff Medical Center – Mauston

 

Lake Tomah

Lake Tomah
Created in 1938, Lake Tomah is another great place to cool off in the water during the summer months and spend some time outdoors. The 251 acre lake has given local residents and visitors a great community resource where a mixture of activities can take place both on and around the lake. From fishing to kayaking to paddle boarding, there are plenty of ways to get out onto the lake, and there is an accessible boat landing that makes the process even easier. Lake fish include panfish, largemouth bass, and northern pike.

 

Tomah Farmer’s Market

Farmers Market
The Tomah Farmers Market is held in Gillett Park on Wednesdays from 12:00 to 6:00 pm and Saturdays from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm. It can be a great way to spend a summer evening or morning, as you peruse the produce, flowers, canned goods, and handcrafted products from all of the vendors. The fresh produce is especially great for having fresh, locally sourced foods for any gathering or outdoor cookout you may be planning. But each of the vendors has something great to discover!

 

Tomah Aquatic Center

The Aquatic Center at Buckley Park

A summer staple in Tomah when the weather gets hot is the Aquatic Center at Buckley Park. The center is perfect for cooling off in the water on those sunny summer days. With a six-lane pool, zero-depth entry area, three water slides, the kids’ favorite polar bear “Pete” slide, diving boards, and a splash pad for children under 48 inches, this is the place to make a summer splash. There are lounge chairs, picnic tables, a pavilion, and a playground area outside the center, so you can spend a whole summer day at the center and the park soaking up the sun and swimming!

 

Soccer July 8 – 10

 

Story Time July 13

Story time July 13th  7pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

Join Cortney from the New Lisbon Library for Storytime at 7pm at our Amphitheater!

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Community Helpers Needed

We are looking for people who help people!

We would like to get them all together so that they can learn from each other, network, and learn about different resources in Juneau County.

We are inviting all types of Community Helpers, from people who run a non-profit to the Department of Human Services, to volunteers of a community-helping local organization, to those who do good things in your community in an unofficial way. If you fit into this Helper category, you are invited to attend this free event.

This event is a collaboration between the Juneau County Leadership Program and Juneau County Economic Development Corp (JCEDC). We are calling it the Resource Roundup, and it will take place on Wednesday, September 18, 2024 from 9am – Noon.

Each year, the Juneau County Leadership Program (formerly known as ALP) learns about some of the fantastic people and organizations that help our community. We wanted to expand this learning and also include you!

JCEDC is working on a project to create a resource guide of services in our community to share with the public and let everyone know about 211 services, so this event is a great partnership!

This is the first year for this event, so we are still determining how large a venue we need. Details will come soon as to where the event will take place. We know it will be Wednesday, September 18, as our Leadership Program day.

We are also working with On The Line Presence, which helps with our marketing and knows a lot about organizing events. And the Juneau County Health Department who is sharing resources with us to reach as many of you as we can.

We are looking for sponsors to help us pay for this event (and hopefully grow it next year). If you are interested in sponsoring, discussing possibilities, or have questions about this event, contact either  Tamaya Loewe at JCEDC tjoloewe@juneaucounty.com or Jessica Bilski at the Juneau County Leadership Program/Advanced Leadership Program (ALP) juneauleadership@gmail.com

If you provide a service or help out a community in Juneau County and would like to come to the event, it is free, but please register soon using our Google form https://forms.gle/JxfvQTYWnXZMzDE99 

this link is also on our website at www.juneauleadership.org/resourceroundup

 

Volunteers Needed

 

Bluffs Meal Site Closed July 15-26

 

Community Helpers Needed

We are looking for people who help people!

We would like to get them all together so that they can learn from each other, network, and learn about different resources in Juneau County.

We are inviting all types of Community Helpers, from people who run a non-profit to the Department of Human Services, to volunteers of a community-helping local organization, to those who do good things in your community in an unofficial way. If you fit into this Helper category, you are invited to attend this free event.

This event is a collaboration between the Juneau County Leadership Program and Juneau County Economic Development Corp (JCEDC). We are calling it the Resource Roundup, and it will take place on Wednesday, September 18, 2024 from 9am – Noon.

Each year, the Juneau County Leadership Program (formerly known as ALP) learns about some of the fantastic people and organizations that help our community. We wanted to expand this learning and also include you!

JCEDC is working on a project to create a resource guide of services in our community to share with the public and let everyone know about 211 services, so this event is a great partnership!

This is the first year for this event, so we are still determining how large a venue we need. Details will come soon as to where the event will take place. We know it will be Wednesday, September 18, as our Leadership Program day.

We are also working with On The Line Presence, which helps with our marketing and knows a lot about organizing events. And the Juneau County Health Department who is sharing resources with us to reach as many of you as we can.

We are looking for sponsors to help us pay for this event (and hopefully grow it next year). If you are interested in sponsoring, discussing possibilities, or have questions about this event, contact either  Tamaya Loewe at JCEDC tjoloewe@juneaucounty.com or Jessica Bilski at the Juneau County Leadership Program/Advanced Leadership Program (ALP) juneauleadership@gmail.com

If you provide a service or help out a community in Juneau County and would like to come to the event, it is free, but please register soon using our Google form https://forms.gle/JxfvQTYWnXZMzDE99 

this link is also on our website at www.juneauleadership.org/resourceroundup

 

WI Crane Program July 20

Wisconsin Cranes Program  July 20th Buckhorn Park South Shelter 1pm

Volunteers from the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge will be visiting to talk about Wisconsin cranes at the south picnic shelter. Learn more about our local birds and conservation efforts.

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Universe in the Park July 20

Universe in the Park- July 20th 9pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

Join the UW Madison Astronomy department for the Universe in the Park program at 9pm at the amphitheater. After the program, join astronomers near the south shelter and look through the telescope to view the night sky.

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Nurse Training Scholarship Fundraiser July 20

The Forty & Eight is committed to charitable and patriotic aims. Our purpose is to uphold and defend the United States Constitution of the United States, to promote the well-being of veterans, their widows, widowers, and orphans, and to actively participate in selected charitable endeavors, which include among others, programs that promote child welfare and nurses training.

Who: The Juneau County 40 & 8
What: Chicken BBQ, live music, bingo, raffles, beer tent, and train rides through the forest. Fun for the whole family.
When: Saturday July 20th Noon until 5pm or when we are sold out… so come early!
Where: The 40 & 8 Forest at the corner of 37th ST and South Stone Gate Drive New Lisbon
Why: To raise funds for nurses training scholarships. $6,000 in scholarships were awarded in May 2024.

Men Shed Event July 23

 

Monroe County Fair July 24-28

TODO
 
Date and Time
Wednesday Jul 24, 2024 Sunday Jul 28, 2024

Check the website for times of certain events

Location
Tomah Recreation Park – Fairgrounds
 
Home of the Super National Truck & Tractor Pull

1625 Butts Ave Tomah WI 54660

Fees/Admission

Prices vary, check website

Contact Information

Monroe County Agricultural Society, (608) 372-2081
Send Email

I & E Club Events July 25

July 25, 2024 I&E Club Cook out & pot luck.

 

Story Time July 27

Story time July 27th 7pm Buckhorn North Shelter

Join Cortney from the New Lisbon Library for Storytime at 7pm.  Meet at North shelter.

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Charlieboy Music in the Park July 27

Charlieboy-Music in the Park July 27th 7pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

Charlieboy is an Indie Alt Rock group from Baraboo, Wisconsin that is poised to take the world by storm! But to call Charlieboy just an Indie Alt Rock group would be an injustice because they are so much more than that.  With lyrics that suggest a seeking of peace and unity, the band creates intricate layered grooves that stir up feelings of happiness and bliss while vocalist Kaya Martin’s rich, warm and powerful vocals take this band’s sound into a whole other universe.  At the Amphitheater at 7pm!  Free concert but Vehicle admission is required. 

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Bluffs Meal Site Closed August 1,2 & 19-30

 

Geocache Event August 3

Geocache event August 3rd 10-11:30am Buckhorn Barrens Nature Trail.

Meet at the observation tower on the Barrens Nature Trail to learn about geocaching and work together to find geocaches along the Ranger Rick geocache trail.

Some GPS units will be available to borrow at the program, or you can bring your own or a smartphone.

Hosted by the Friends of Buckhorn.

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

National Night Out August 6

Held in Necedah at Lions Park from 4PM- 8PM.  Come and meet local law enforcement and EMT.  See their exciting equipment and take part in this national event. 

More Info:

National Night Out

 

Wheels @ Work August 7

Hatch Public Library is hosting a “Wheels @ Work” event this August. The event was a great success two summers ago, and we hope to have another good crowd again this summer! The date of the program is Wednesday, August 7th 11:00 AM-12:00 PM. Working vehicles of all types will be parked in the Riverside Park parking lot behind the library for families to walk around and explore. Kids will check out the vehicles inside and out!

 

Smokey’s 80th Birthday August 10

Smokey’s 80th Birthday August 10th 2pm-3pm Buckhorn Beach

Smokey Bear is turning 80 years old!

We’re having a birthday party for him at the beach with cupcakes, fun Smokey facts, learn about campfire safety, and a visit with Smokey Bear.

Hosted by the Friends of Buckhorn.

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Vote August 13

ELECTION SCHEDULE FOR 2024:
August 13, 2024 – Primary Election
November 5, 2024 – General Election

www.myvote.wi.gov

http://bringit.wisconsin.gov/

 

Community Helpers Needed

We are looking for people who help people!

We would like to get them all together so that they can learn from each other, network, and learn about different resources in Juneau County.

We are inviting all types of Community Helpers, from people who run a non-profit to the Department of Human Services, to volunteers of a community-helping local organization, to those who do good things in your community in an unofficial way. If you fit into this Helper category, you are invited to attend this free event.

This event is a collaboration between the Juneau County Leadership Program and Juneau County Economic Development Corp (JCEDC). We are calling it the Resource Roundup, and it will take place on Wednesday, September 18, 2024 from 9am – Noon.

Each year, the Juneau County Leadership Program (formerly known as ALP) learns about some of the fantastic people and organizations that help our community. We wanted to expand this learning and also include you!

JCEDC is working on a project to create a resource guide of services in our community to share with the public and let everyone know about 211 services, so this event is a great partnership!

This is the first year for this event, so we are still determining how large a venue we need. Details will come soon as to where the event will take place. We know it will be Wednesday, September 18, as our Leadership Program day.

We are also working with On The Line Presence, which helps with our marketing and knows a lot about organizing events. And the Juneau County Health Department who is sharing resources with us to reach as many of you as we can.

We are looking for sponsors to help us pay for this event (and hopefully grow it next year). If you are interested in sponsoring, discussing possibilities, or have questions about this event, contact either  Tamaya Loewe at JCEDC tjoloewe@juneaucounty.com or Jessica Bilski at the Juneau County Leadership Program/Advanced Leadership Program (ALP) juneauleadership@gmail.com

If you provide a service or help out a community in Juneau County and would like to come to the event, it is free, but please register soon using our Google form https://forms.gle/JxfvQTYWnXZMzDE99 

this link is also on our website at www.juneauleadership.org/resourceroundup

 

Old Soul Society August 17

Old Soul Society- Music in the Park August 17th 7-9pm Buckhorn Amphitheater


Friends of Buckhorn State Park are bringing “Old Soul Society” to perform at the Amphitheater at 7pm. Free concert, but park sticker is required to enter the state park.

Old Soul Society is a Wisconsin based act that is rooted in Americana with branches into Folk, Rock, Soul, Blues & more.

Old Soul Society’s focus on the craft of songwriting is displayed in the rich, textured musical layers they create to underscore the emotionally raw delivery of their introspective and heartfelt lyrics. These details combine into a powerfully stirring live performance that has been winning over audiences everywhere.  Free concert but vehicle admission is required.

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

 

Ed the Diver August 17

Ed the Diver August 17th 1-3pm Buckhorn North Shelter

Come see Ed the Diver! Ed is coming to Buckhorn to educate us the important work he does with conservation and cleaning waterways while discussing his world of diving recovery, scuba diving, and how we can help keep our waters clean.
@ North Shelter 1pm-3pm

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

MobilePack for Feed My Starving Children August 23 & 24

Feed My Starving Children is a Christian Non-Profit Hunger Relief Organization founded in 1987.  The Tomah event will be held at Recreation Park at the Monroe County Fairgrounds.  Adults ands children are invited to work two-hour shifts packing life-saving meals.

If you want more information, contact Daniel Crego at 608-797-2749.

 

Story Time August 24

Story time August 24th 7pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

Join Cortney from the New Lisbon Library for Storytime at 7pm at our Amphitheater!

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

Men’s Shed Event August 27

 

I & E Club Events August 29

August 29, 2024 I&E Club Meting with Collette Schultz, Virtual Team 360 – Choosing the right software for your business.

 

Bluffs Meal Site Closed September 9-13

K9s of Juneau County Fundraiser September 14

Shipwreck Bay – More info to come

 

Resource Roundup September 18

We are looking for people who help people!

We would like to get them all together so that they can learn from each other, network, and learn about different resources in Juneau County.

We are inviting all types of Community Helpers, from people who run a non-profit to the Department of Human Services, to volunteers of a community-helping local organization, to those who do good things in your community in an unofficial way. If you fit into this Helper category, you are invited to attend this free event.

This event is a collaboration between the Juneau County Leadership Program and Juneau County Economic Development Corp (JCEDC). We are calling it the Resource Roundup, and it will take place on Wednesday, September 18, 2024 from 9am – Noon.

Each year, the Juneau County Leadership Program (formerly known as ALP) learns about some of the fantastic people and organizations that help our community. We wanted to expand this learning and also include you!

JCEDC is working on a project to create a resource guide of services in our community to share with the public and let everyone know about 211 services, so this event is a great partnership!

This is the first year for this event, so we are still determining how large a venue we need. Details will come soon as to where the event will take place. We know it will be Wednesday, September 18, as our Leadership Program day.

We are also working with On The Line Presence, which helps with our marketing and knows a lot about organizing events. And the Juneau County Health Department who is sharing resources with us to reach as many of you as we can.

We are looking for sponsors to help us pay for this event (and hopefully grow it next year). If you are interested in sponsoring, discussing possibilities, or have questions about this event, contact either  Tamaya Loewe at JCEDC tjoloewe@juneaucounty.com or Jessica Bilski at the Juneau County Leadership Program/Advanced Leadership Program (ALP) juneauleadership@gmail.com

If you provide a service or help out a community in Juneau County and would like to come to the event, it is free, but please register soon using our Google form https://forms.gle/JxfvQTYWnXZMzDE99 

this link is also on our website at www.juneauleadership.org/resourceroundup

 

Men Shed Events September 24

I & E Club Events September 26

September 26, 2024 I&E Club Meeting – speaker/topic to tbd (let us know if you are interested in speaking!)

 

Bluffs Meal Site Closed October 17, 18

 

 

Men Shed Events October 22

 

Scary Movie for Adults October 26

Scary Movie for Adults  – October 26th 7pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

Buckhorn State Park
W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah
Like / Follow the “Friends of Buckhorn State Park” on Facebook for information and any updates on all events.
 
https://www.facebook.com/buckhornfriends

 

 

I & E Club Events October 31

October 31, 2024 I&E Club Meeting – speaker/topic to tbd (let us know if you are interested in speaking!)

 

The Market 

https://www.facebook.com/maustonsfarmersmarket

 

 

Vote November 5

ELECTION SCHEDULE FOR 2024:

November 5, 2024 – General Election

www.myvote.wi.gov

http://bringit.wisconsin.gov/

 

 

Uplift WI Statewide Peer Support 

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced a new phone line that is now available allowing all Wisconsinites to share their successes and challenges with a peer who will listen and offer support without judgement or criticism.   

Uplift WI is available 24/7 at 534-202-5438.

People experiencing mental health and substance emergencies should call, text, or chat the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.  Call 911 if this emergency is life-threatening.

 

 

Looking for Drivers

 

Make Your Plan to Vote Now

Go to the Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition website for all the information and help getting your vote counted! Even if you are not disabled, there is really good registration and voting information as well as voting resources on this site!

Make Your Plan to Vote Fact Sheet 2024

 

Community Pool Hours  – Daily

6:00am – 7:00am Adult Lap Swim
8:00am – 9:45am Open Swim/Lap Swim
10:30am – 11:30am Open Swim/Lap Swim

1:00pm – 4:00pm Open Swim/Lap Swim

4:00pm – 5:00pm CLOSED FOR SWIM PRACTICE
5:00pm – 6:00pm Aqua Aerobics

6:00pm – 8:00pm Open Swim/Lap Swim

 Mauston Public Pool
508 Grayside Ave
Mauston, WI 53948

Contact
kewing@maustonschools.org
608-847-6603

 

Childbirth Education Classes – Saturdays

Free childbirth classes are offered to you and your support person at Mile Bluff Medical Center on Saturdays from 8:30AM to 4PM.  Dates will be set based on the needs of mothers-to-be.  Call now to register before baby arrives 608-847-1013.

 

Breakfast Buffet – Sundays

Breakfast Buffet every Sunday at Wonewoc American Legion beginning at 8AM and runs until 11AM. This is an all-you-can-eat Buffet and includes both hot and cold drinks, biscuits and gravy, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, potato side, pancakes, French toast, waffles, pastries, and fruit.  Adults $12, Children 5-12 $5.  Credit and Debit now accepted. 

 

Playgroups – Mondays

Playgroups are available at the Juneau County Family Resource Center at N4982 HWY 58 in Mauston. Playgroups are every Monday 9:30-11 and free for children ages 0-5 years old accompanied by an adult.  The playgroups are organized free-play with crafts, activities, circle time stories and a free snack.  These activities are open to the public.  Call 608-847-4991 for more information.

 

Knitting, Crocheting, Crafting – Mondays

Bring a project to work on and be part of the knitting, crocheting, and crafting community at HPL! All ages and abilities are welcome.  Free yarn! Every Monday at Mauston Hatch Public Library.

 

Storytime Friends December – Tuesdays

Storytime, songs, early literacy activities take place Tuesday Mornings at 10AM at Hatch Public Library in Mauston.  It is a great opportunity to connect with other families.

 

Narcan Training – Tuesdays and Thursdays 

Walk-in Narcan Training happening now Tuesday’s and Thursday’s 10am to noon at the Juneau County Health Department. Trainings are only 15 minutes and you will receive a free Narcan nasal spray kit. Questions? Call the Juneau County Health Department at 608-847-9373.

SAFE FB Link


 

Chair Yoga – Wednesdays

Bring yourself and a friend every Wednesday for chair yoga.

 New Lisbon Library
115 W Park St
New Lisbon, WI 53950 US

608-562-3213

More Information

https://www.newlisbonlibrary.org/event/chair-yoga-1030-21/

 

 

 

Necedah Recovery Support Meeting – Thursdays

Recovery Necedah

New Meeting!

Recovery from Alcoholism & Substance Abuse

Sick & Tired of being Sick & Tired?

“If you want to change your life, come join us”

  • We follow the 12 Steps of AA
  • This is an Open Meeting – All are welcome!
  • Starts Thursday, February 1st, 2024.

TIME :               7:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Every Thursday)

LOCATION :        United Methodist Church

(Use the rear parking-lot, entrance)

605 N. Harvey St.

Necedah, WI  54646               

Contact:  Tom W. * Cell: 765-336-4022 * email: tjw3278 @ gmail.com

 

Family Storytime – First Thursday Ea. Month

 

Necedah Silver Hair Club – 2nd Friday Ea. Month

The New Necedah Silver Hair Club (seniors age 55+) will be meeting at 12 Noon each 2nd Friday of the month at the Necedah Village Hall.  Bring a dish to pass for lunch.  Meet with Friends and make some new ones!

 

ADRC Transportation Program

The ADRC of Eagle Country Juneau County Office provides transportation assistance for a low cost to Juneau County Residents age 60 and over or individuals living with a disability.  Services include the ADRC handicap-accessible van and bus, Volunteer Escort Drivers, Find Your Own Driver Program, and the Taxi Subsidy Program.  This is for non-emergency trips to medical appointments, shopping, nutrition, education and employment, as well as social and recreation.  Hours of operation are 8AM-4:30PM.  Requests must be made 48 hours prior to the appointment.  Call 608-847-9371 to find out more.

 

If you are a non-profit group and have an upcoming event you would like announced on our Community Calendar, email Shelby@wrjc.com.

We update this page often!  Come back soon to see what’s new and to keep up with events in your Community!  If you know of something you are interested in that is not listed, please email Shelby@wrjc.com. Thanks!