June 27-30 – Necedah 100

In 1919, the Necedah Community held a week-long homecoming celebration to welcome back the troops from WWI as well as all the founders and settlers who had once made Necedah home. In 2019 we commemorate this event with one of our own and invite anyone who has been a part of the community back for our event scheduled for June 27-30. We welcome back all of you who have been a part of Necedah in some way. Come join us as we commemorate and celebrate what Necedah was, what it is, and what it can be!

Fly-In Flyer     Car Show Flyer       Art Show Flyer      Necedah 100 – Brochure     Necedah 100 Flyer 

 

June 27-28th – Art Show at Necedah Library 

Art Show at The Necedah Library June 27-28 11:00-5:00 and Saturday June 29 9:00-3:00
Our community room will be full of local artists. Items will be for sale. Opening Reception will be June 27 6:00-7:00 with light refreshment and a book talk by Mike Larson, editor of Dear Delia: The Civil War Letters of Captain Henry F. Young.

 

June 28th – Necedah 100 Blood Drive

This Friday from 11-4 in the Necedah Middle School Gymnasium. 16 years only with parental consent. 17 and up please bring a valid photo id or donor card.
The need for blood is high during the summer months as donations seem to decrease. All blood types needed. Call 877-232-4376 walk ins welcome

 

June 29th – Necedah Powerlifting Car Wash & Brat Fry 

NECEDAH POWERLIFTING ANNUAL CAR WASH & BRAT FRY
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2019 @ 10:OO A.M.
NECEDAH FIRE STATION & ROCKY ROAD ICE CREAM 21 & G
CAR WASH, BRATS, PULLED PORK

 

June 30th – Juneau County Historical Society Pie & Ice Cream Social

Pie and Ice Cream Social
Juneau County Historical Society
211 North Union Street
Mauston, WI
Sunday, June 30, 2019
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

 

July 2019: Friends of the Wonewoc Library present: Concerts on the Library Lawn in July. 

The Friends of the Wonewoc Library have announced their Concert series for this summer.  These events are free and open to the public.  Concerts begin at 6:30 PM and are about an hour.  Please bring a chair or blanket.  In case of inclement weather, concerts will be heard inside the Wonewoc Public Library.   Come enjoy the sounds of summer.

July 1 – American Jam

July 15 – Je Fais Duo featuring Nick Winkler

August 5 – Musicale: Full Circle

August 19 – Leah Rachuj

 

Juneau County Fairest of the Fair & Junior Fairest of the Fair Applications Due July 1st

Juneau County Fair Fairest Application

Juneau County Fair Jr. Fairest Application

 

July 2nd & 3rd – Adams-Friendship Dance Team Rummage Sale Fundraiser

The Adams-Friendship Dance Team is holding a Rummage Sale Fundraiser July 2nd and 3rd from 9am-4pm in the Adams-Friendship Middle School North Parking Lot.  All Proceeds will go directly to the Adams-Friendship High School Dance Team.  Items featured include Clothing, Furniture, Household & Kitchen Items, Decor, and More.  Snacks & Water will also be available for purchase.  Donations of unwanted and gently used items are welcomed and appreciated.  Drop off July 1st at Adams-Friendship Middle School north entrance between 9am and 2pm.

 

July 4th – Artistic Expression’s 4th of July Extravaganza!

Come join us for this FREE community event!

July 4th at 1:00 pm—4:00 pm Artistic Expressions, 234 W State St, Mauston, WI

Children of all ages and families are invited!

Each child will be able to create a bald eagle with hands and feet, firework, and sparkle sensory bottle.

We will also have snacks to create and enjoy such as edible flags and firecracker strawberries all washed down with some patriotic punch!

Sponsored by ARTISTIC EXPRESSIONS, TWO SISTERS EVENT CENTER, AND ACTION CHANGES THINGS OF WISCONSIN

 

July 5th – Mauston Festival Foods Fireworks

The Mauston Festival Foods Fireworks will begin at 9:45pm on July 5th but there are plenty of activities to attend before hand as well.  The HGT Band “Home Grown Tomatoes” will be performing as part of the Music at the Park beginning at 7pm.  The Chamber will also be serving brats and beers.  All of this will be taking place at Veterans Memorial Park!

 

July 13 – Benefit for Dan “Hammer” Hemmersbach

Dan was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in April and is currently undergoing treatment.  There will be a benefit for “Hammer” July 13th from 11am-4pm at the Tomah American Legion Post 201.  There will be Food (Pulled Pork, Potato Salad, Macaroni Salad, Baked Beans, Chips, and Dessert), a Bake Sale, Tee Shirts, Auction, Raffles, Strip Cards, & Games.  For more information call Janel 608-427-6540 or Dave 608-427-6740!

 

July 19th – Purple Glow 5K Run/Walk

This 5k Run/Walk will be held Friday July 19th at 517 Grayside Avenue, Mauston, WI.  Registration opens 8pm Food Sales and Run/Walk begin at 9pm.  visit www.crowdrise.com/purple5k for more information and registration prices.

 

July 30-31st – Volk Field-Fort McCoy 13th Annual Small Business Conference

Registration is now open for the 13th annual Volk Field-Fort McCoy Small Business conference at the Volk Field Air National Guard Base in Camp Douglas.  Visit their website at https://volkfieldsbconference.org/ or email Mark Denis at Markd@wispro.org or call him at 414-270-3600.

Businesses from the Midwest will have the opportunity to participate in two days of technical training with a focus on Infrastructure opportunities, Federal, State and Local Government Opportunities, information security, Manufacturing and Teaming.

 

August 24th – Trinity Lutheran Church (Hustler) Bake/Craft Sale 

Trinity Lutheran Church in Hustler will be holding a Bake- Craft
Sale during Hustlerfest on Sat Aug 24th. 8 am-11 am. Crafts-Homemade breads, pies, cookies etc at very reasonable prices. The Youth will also host a Pancake-Sausage and Biscuits Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall Come and check out both!

 

5th Annual Cowtastic CowMOOnity

Sponsored by the Juneau County Dairy Council

This fundraiser will benefit the Veterans Memorial Park and raise awareness for your business or club.

Cows will again be on display the month of June at Lions Park in Mauston. 10 cows selected by secret judges will be on display during the Juneau County Fair at Veterans Memorial Park where fairgoers can vote for their favorite cow.  The cost to enter and obtain your cow will be $50 for youth clubs, non-profit organizations, and school organizations, and $125 for businesses. The winning cow will earn a $100 cash prize and free sponsorship for the following year.

The cows provided will be cut out of a sheet of plywood and can be decorated in any fashion. Sports team, business or club logo, work attire, or something promoting the dairy industry are just a few ideas of how you could decorate or dress your cow. There will be a limit of approximately 70 cows sold this year so be sure to get your entry in!

 

October United Methodist Church Ladies Guild of Wonewoc Fruit Cake Sale

United Methodist Church Ladies Guild fruit cakes are ready for sale again this year. It’s our 50th year. They are still only $6.00. The fruit cakes may be purchased at Blossoms and Bouquets on Main St. in Wonewoc or contact Jean Byington at 464-3936 or June Schnoor at 464-7458.

 

Al-Anon Family Group Meetings

Mauston Monday Night Al-Anon Family Group Meetings, a support group for family and friends of alcoholics are held on Monday nights at 7pm at Mile Bluff Medical Center 2nd floor.

Contact Linda at 608-562-5611 or Gail at 608-547-6708.

 

Facebook Fridays

Every Friday at Hatch Public Library, there will be one on one help using Facebook from 9 to 11am.

 

Elroy Central Library Presents

On Thursdays from 10am-12 noon, Rev. Wesley Jacob Ph.D., will host “Islam and the West.”  Entry is free. Topics include major Islamic doctrines, main Islamic sects, doctrinal points of tension between Islam and Christianity, clash of Islamic and Western cultures, Muslim-Christian interfaith dialogue, the crisis of ISIS and the matrix of conflicts in the Middle East, and Survey of Global Islamic Jihadist Groups. For more information, contact Carolyn Chute (608) 524-0424 or Kari Preuss, (608) 462-2407.

 

Soup & Salad Bar Fridays at Festival Foods in Mauston

The Juneau County Senior Nutrition Program, in partnership with Festival Foods in Mauston are offering Soup & Salad Bar Fridays. Eligible diners can stop in at Festival Foods, or take Mauston Public Transit to Festival Foods for $0.50 each way and have the Soup & Salad Bar and do grocery shopping on Fridays. Please contact the ADRC for more information.

 

Adult Coloring Club

Adult Coloring Club at the Necedah Library 1:00-3:00pm on Mondays. Bring your own supplies. They will supply beverages, music & good company. Meet others that are enjoying this relaxing new trend!

 

Playgroups

Juneau County Family Resource Center “Playgroups” for children, 0-5 years, when accompanied by an adult. 102 Hickory Street, Mauston. Wednesdays 9:30 am – 11:30am.  Age appropriate art and play activities, storytime and snack offered. No Cost. For more information: (608)847-4991.

 

Hatch Public Library Events

  • The first Thursday of the month is Lego Night from 3:30 – 4:30PM
  • Every Monday morning at 10am is Toddler Time for kids 2-5 years old
  • Every Tuesday morning at 10am is Hatchlings Time for kids 0-3 years old
  • Every Tuesday night at 6PM is Yoga Night

 

AL-ANON GROUP – For more information, call 608-562-5611.

  • Mondays, 7 pm, at Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston

PARKINSON’S SUPPORT GROUP
If interested in group meetings, call Arlene at 608-847-6893.

 

Monthly Community Supper/New Lisbon American Legion Hall

A Monthly Community Supper will be held the last Tuesday of each month beginning March 26th from 4:30-6 p.m. at the New Lisbon American Legion Hall.  No charge.  Everyone encouraged to attend-regardless of age, address or handicap.  Come for the meal, the fellowship or both.  Hosted by New Lisbon United Methodist Church and sponsored by various businesses and individuals.  For information on volunteering, donations or sponsoring call 847-3005.

 

Dine at 5 at Bluffs Senior Dining Center in Camp Douglas

Dine at 5 at Bluffs Senior Dining Center in Camp Douglas the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Doors open at 5pm. Dinner is served from 5:30pm to 6:15pm with entertainment to follow. Please reserve your meal by 1pm on the Monday prior to dinner.

 

 

UW Extension Broadband Office 855-306-8050 or wibroadband@uwex.edu

Juneau/Adams County WIC Clinic times and locations, click here.

Juneau County Revolving Loan Fund Sub-Committee (RLF) meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at the UW-Extension meeting room #301 9:30 a.m.*

4-H Leaders Association meets the 1st Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m.

Juneau County Agricultural, Industrial, Recreational Society (JCAIRS) meets the first Monday of each month in Room 301 UW-Extension meeting room at 6 p.m.* 

Juneau County Industrial Recreational Committee (IRC) meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the UW-Extension meeting room #301 10:30 a.m.*

Juneau County Revolving Loan Fund Committee (RLF) meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the UW-Extension meeting room #301 9:30 a.m.*

*SOME MEETINGS MAY REQUIRE CLOSED SESSIONS – all meetings are subject to change.  Please contact the UW-Extension Office at 847-9329 with any questions or concerns.