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!


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


Strength Training April 3 – May 24


Spring Into Action Fundraiser April 12


Medicare ABC’s  April 12


Aging Plan Listening Session April 12


Quilt Show April 12

KTY-JUN Quilt Show 9AM – 3PM at the Mauston Hatch Public Library.


Hybrid Driver’s Ed Classes Deadline April 12

Auto Academy

April 12 Registration Deadline | Times Vary | Tomah High School | 901 Lincoln, Ave., Tomah

Enrollment is open for the next 8/22 and 14/16 Hybrid Driver’s education courses, which start on April 14th! Register soon, as there are only a few spots left! More information and registration can be found HERE


Spring Open House April 12

Join local businesses for their Spring Open Houses in Tomah! Two great weekends of shopping and dining fun with all the new looks for Spring & Summer! Local retailer and restaurant businesses offer specials and door prizes. View and monitor “Shop Tomah’s” Facebook page HERE.


Movie Night April 12

Tomah Public Library

April 12 | 6 pm – 7:45 pm | 716 Superior Ave., Tomah

Enjoy the movie, “Wonka,” on the big screen at the library. Popcorn will be provided. All ages are welcome, but children under 7 must attend with adult supervision. Doors open at 5:50 PM. View more information HERE.


Public History Program April 13

Tomah Area Historical Society & Museum

April 13 | 1 pm – 3 pm | 321 Superior Ave., Tomah

Jim Weinzatl, Executive Director of the Museum, will be presenting a PowerPoint presentation on the history of Superior Ave. The Program is free, but a $1 donation is appreciated. View more information on Facebook HERE.


Civil War Presentation April 13

Bog’s Edge Brewing Company

April 13 | 4 pm – 5 pm | 3511 Blarney Rd., Warrens

A presentation and book signing will be provided by local author Mike Larson, editor of “Dear Delia: The Civil War Letters of Captain Henry F. Young, Seventh Wisconsin Infantry.” View more information on Facebook HERE.


Princess Tea Party April 13

Tea Party is April 13th, there is a 10:00 and 1:00 seating times at the American Legion in Mauston. 

10am guests arrive, olaf and fairy god mother greet guests – all kids will receive an autograph book

10:10 grand entrance-introduction of all characters

10:20-1040  Characters sit with guests, share stories

1040  Pictures and autographs

1110 Dance party/craft table open as well

Facebook Event Link


Reedsburg Vet Fest 2024 April 13

Sponsored by the Reedsburg Area Medical Center Foundation.

All runners will receive finisher medals.

There will be a display board available for runners to honor a veteran.

Start Time: 9:03am CDT
End Time: 3:00pm CDT
Price: $75.00 Race Fee + $5.50 Sign-Up Fee
Registration: Registration ends April 13, 2024 at 9:00am CDT
Website: https://runsignup.com/Race/Events/WI/Reedsburg/RAMCFoundationVetFest


Award Banquet April 13

New Lisbon Chamber Award Banquet will take place Saturday, April 13 at 5PM. New Lisbon Community Center, 110 Welch Prairie Rd, New Lisbon, WI.


Kendall Community Fundfest April 13


Sportsman’s Night Out April 13

Hillsboro Fire Department hosts the Sportsman’s Night Out Saturday, April 13 at the Hillsboro Community Center.


Family Movie Night April 14

Gloria Dei Lutheran Church

April 14 | 6 pm – 8:30 pm | 310 W. Elizabeth St., Tomah

Calling all families! You’re invited to join for a FREE, fun-filled movie night. The featured movie will be “The Hill,” based on a true-life story of Ricky Hill. You are welcome to bring your own snacks/drinks, pillows, blankets, and bean bag chairs. All children ages 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Respond Before April 30


Aging Plan Listening Session April 17


Community Blood Drive April 17 & 18

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, April 17 from 9 am – 2 pm

Thursday, April 18 from 9 am – 2 pm


Connect. Play. Explore. April 18


b2wins at the AF Fine Arts Center April 18

Coming to the Adams Friendship Fine Arts Center, Thursday, April 18th, @ 7pm the b2wins with the Music Reimagined Tour. These are high energy musical performers who captivate audiences worldwide with their unique sound and engaging, unforgettable live show. This show is for all ages and featuers one of a kind renditions of everything from Sinatra to Ed Sheeran, Louis Armstrong to Dua Lipa, and Michael Jackson to Daft Punk. Get ready to sing, dance, laugh and take a feel good ride through the chart dropping hits of iconic American Classics. Tickets are $27 in advance, $32 day of the show for adults and $12 for students. You can purchase tickets online at afasd dot tix dot com or by phone at 608-339-3921 ext. 1161.


Rummage Sale April 18

Lighthouse Assembly of God

April 18-20 | Sale Times Vary | 762 W. Clifton St., Tomah

Stop by to rummage for treasures! Sale times are Thursday and Friday from 8 am – 4 pm, and on Saturday from 8 am – 12 pm. View more information on Facebook HERE.


Friday Night Fish Fry Fundraiser April 19

Friday Night Fish Fry Fundraiser – Tomah American Legion

April 19 | 5 pm until Gone | 800 Wisconsin Ave., Tomah      

Join the Legion for a great walleye meal while supporting our local Veteran, youth, and community programs. Dine-in or carryout! Call ahead for carryout at 608-372-6028. View more information, including remaining dates for the 2024 fish fry season HERE.


“Death By Chocolate” April 19 & 20

Tomah Area Community Theatre

April 19-20 | Show Times Vary | 907 Kilbourn Ave., Tomah

This comedy play will combine elements of classic murder mysteries with biting satire of health crazes, and is bound to keep the audience guessing. Show dates and times are April 19th and 20th at 7 pm, and April 20th and 21st at 1 pm. More shows coming in May! View the list of cast members and purchase tickets at tomahact.com.  


Elroy Lions Club Spring Fling April 20 – 26

The Elroy Lions Club is having a Spring Fundraising Drive.  The Lions are looking for business that want to donate to this event.  They will give you some advertising in return. 

The Spring Fling will be held April 19th through the 26th 9AM – 9PM.

The money raised will be split between local, state, national and international Lion’s Club causes with 70% being used locally.  For more information, contact the Elroy Lion’s Club at 125 Thompson St., Elroy, WI.



Monroe Crime Stoppers Fundraiser April 20

Monroe County Crime Stoppers is having its annual concert fundraising event at the Sparta High School on April 20, 2024. An ultimate tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival. The doors open at 5 pm and the concert starts at 6 pm. Complimentary tickets are available at the door on Saturday, April 20, with a suggested donation of $15. It is a major fundraising event for our organization. 
Monroe County Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization and is funded entirely through donations. The Board of Directors is comprised of volunteer citizens from various parts of the county.


Buckhorn Clean Up April 20

9AM to 1PM at W8450 Buckhorn Park Ave, Necedah, WI, United States, Wisconsin 54646.
Join our park cleanup day with projects, including litter pickup, raking picnic areas and campsites, firewood, tree planting, cleaning the accessible cabin and more.
Volunteers should wear work shoes/boots, long pants and gloves. Please bring shovels, rakes and leaf blowers if you have them.
Individuals and groups are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Meet at the Park Office for assignments. Refreshments will be provided at noon.
Park admission is free for those volunteering. Pre-registration is not required for individuals. Large groups can contact us before Apr. 12 to make sure we’re ready for their help.


Euchre Tournament April 20

Wonewoc American Legion Euchre Tournament will be held April 20th.  20-team Tournament, no need to sign up as a team.


Pancake Breakfast April 20


Houseplant Swap April 20

Tomah Public Library

April 20 | 10 am – 3 pm | 716 Superior Ave., Tomah

Have a houseplant you’re willing to trade, or cuttings to share? Drop by to meet fellow houseplant lovers and find a new plant to care for! Starting April 15th, bring healthy, labeled cuttings in water or potted plants in soil. Don’t have a plant to swap? No problem! There will be a few extras to share. View more information HERE.


Wine and Sushi April 20

Molter’s Fresh Market

April 20 | 12 pm – 3 pm | 701 E. Clifton St., Tomah

Sample great wine and sushi rolls! All featured wines will be on sale! All proceeds made through several gift basket drawings will support the Tomah Area Community Theatre! View more information HERE.


Hillsboro Lions Bingo April 21

Hillsboro Lions will host BINGO on Sunday, April 21st, starting promptly at 1:00 at the Hillsboro Community Center. $25 to play 4 sessions, 4 special games, and Progressive Blackout.
Cash prize amounts determined by number of attendees. 50/50 raffle, raffle baskets, and pull tabs available.
Concessions will be served.


Fire Benefit April 21

Families of the Fire Benefit & Cornhole Tournament – Sacred Space

April 21 | 10 am – 3 pm | Recreation Park | 1625 Butts Ave., Tomah

Auctions, sales, drawings, cornhole tournament, food, entertainment, children’s games, and much more will be happening throughout the day! Proceeds will benefit the families that were impacted by the fire in downtown Tomah. To sign up a team for the cornhole tournament, view more information on Facebook HERE. View more information about the Benefit on Facebook HERE, email tomahfire2024@gmail.com, or contact Ann Schleicher at 608-377-0767.


Men’s Shed April 23

Men’s Shed Event April 23rd from 10AM-12PM at the Outdoors Forever Clubhouse 4890 County Road N Mauston.


Spaghetti Dinner April 23

Reedsburg Fire Department Spaghetti Dinner will be held April 23rd.


Necedah Senior Citizens Luncheons April 24

Meals served in the Multipurpose room at the Necedah School at 11AM.  No RSVP is required.  Park in lot A (in front of the school) and enter through the Elementary School door.  


Public Stakeholder Meeting April 24

Share your ideas at community health assessment key stakeholder meetings

The public is invited to provide input and share ideas about the health of the community at a series of meetings offered through a partnership of Gundersen Health System and Great Rivers United Way.

At these stakeholder meetings, attendees will learn about the health of the community, help set community priorities and share ideas for solutions to identified areas of opportunity. We invite you to participate in these crucial meetings. It is important for us to hear from you, business leaders and members of the community.

Locally, a meeting is being held on Wednesday, April 24, 4–6 p.m., at Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital, 400 Water Ave., Hillsboro. Go to form.jotform.com/240173411096146 to register.


Mauston & Lyndon Station Sharing Supper April 25


Seniors Education April 25


Spring Craft Show April 27



Spring Craft Show April 27

Spring Craft show

Bratt/Hotdog Sale


All proceeds from table sales and Brat/hotdog sales 

To benefit the Elroy Ambulance Service



Elroy Spring Fling April 27


Career Fair April 29

Looking for a new career or a summer job? Come to the Royall High School gym from 3-5pm on Monday, April 24th to meet local employers at the Elroy Community Career Fair put on by Royall High School and the Elroy Chamber of Commerce. We will have childcare set up in the high school cafeteria if needed. High School students will have the opportunity to meet with these employers during the school day.


Juneau Co Medical Reserve Corps April 30

Tuesday April 30th, from 6pm to 8pm at Hatch Public Library in Mauston – Juneau County Community members have the opportunity to learn about volunteer opportunities in the Juneau County Medical Reserve Corps, receive free training on Stop the Bleed and Hands Only CPR. Are you passionate about making your community healthier, even in times of disaster? Learn how you can make a difference in your community by joining the Medical Reserve Corps! Become one of the 300,000+ Medical Reserve Corps volunteers nationwide who are helping their communities become more resilient in the face of disasters and healthier every day.

Pre-Registration is encouraged, not required, by calling 608.847.9278.


February thru May

Queen of the Apostles 

February-May | 315 W. Monroe St., Tomah

6th grade classes are now available! Enrollment for 3K – 6th Grade students is now open! To register, contact Deb Pfab at office@queenoftheapostlestomah.com 

or 608-372-5765. 


Local Food Pop-up Events May, June, July


Wine Walk May 4

New Lisbon Chamber Wine Walk May 4th, 6PM-11PM.


Mauston Farmer’s Market starts May 4



Mad City Badgers Wheelchair Basketball May 4

The Mad City Badgers, based out of Madison, WI are holding a fundraiser and demonstration with a little scrimmage with the wheelchair basketball team and some of the Hillsboro Highschool girls’ and boys’ basketball members. There will also be a raffle to help raise money for the basketball team. Wisconsin public schools do not provide athletic opportunities for students with physical disabilities. Therefore, it is the mission of our team to provide an experience as close as possible to what their able-bodied peers in school sponsored athletics. In order for our athletes to continue to have the opportunity to play competitive basketball, and to continue expanding our program to reach more families, we must reach our for support from our local communities.

Senior Education May 9

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 May the topic will be senior fitness and balance presented by Mile Bluff’s athletic trainers. These monthly sessions are free to the public and focus on senior health and other various topics

Thursday, May 9 at 2 pm – 3 pm

at Terrace Heights Retirement Community

Medicare ABC’s  May 10

Necedah Clean-Up May 11


Youth Fisheree May 11

Larry Olson Memorial Youth Fisheree Sponsored by the New Lisbon Sports Club will take place Saturday, May 11.


Aging Advocacy May 14


Virtual Wellness Night May 15


Health Fair May 16

Appointments are required. To reserve your spot, call 608-565-2000.

-FREE blood sugar and blood pressure screenings

-Total cholesterol tests

-Lipid profile tests (12-hour fasting optional) for $20

-Heart disease and diabetes risk assessments

Thursday, May 16, 7 – 10 am

at Necedah Family Medical Center­


Spring Fling May 18

Spring Fling May 18th 11am-3pm North Shelter

Join the Friends of Buckhorn State Park and enjoy games & activities and lunch at the north shelter. Volleyball, bags and other yard games, scavenger hunt & kite flying to name a few. Free for participants with valid park sticker. Come enjoy spring at the park!


Kids Fishing Day June 1

Kids fishing day June 1st 10am-2pm- Kids fishing pond

Join us for a kids learn to fish event at the fishing pond at Buckhorn State Park. Lunch will be provided. Park in the Turtle Trail parking lot or at the park entrance road and walk across. This event is sponsored by the Friends of Buckhorn State Park.  No sticker required for this event- Free fishing weekend at park.


Gin Mill Hollow Band June 8

Gin Mill Hollow will bring their ten-year anniversary summer celebration to Buckhorn State Park on Saturday, June 8th, for an evening performance from 7-10p. This is a free event hosted by the Friends of Buckhorn State Park and will take place at the natural amphitheater along beautiful Castle Rock Lake. Join us as we kick off the summer season in style!  Vehicle admission is required. 


Music in the Park June, July, August


Family Fun Day June 8

Wonewoc American Legion Family Fun Day June 8.


Story Time June 15

Story time June 15th 7pm Buckhorn Amphitheater

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


Seniors Education June 27

Medicare Scams Presented by Medicare Patrol 2PM at Terrace Heights.


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. 


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!


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!


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.


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.


Ed the Diver July 27

Ed the Diver July 27th 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


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


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. 


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.


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.


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. 


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!


Scary Movie for Adults October 26

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



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


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

5:00pm – 6:00pm Aqua Aerobics

6:00pm – 8:00pm Open Swim/Lap Swim

 Mauston Public Pool
508 Grayside Ave
Mauston, WI 53948



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.


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.


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.



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


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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


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!