July 2022
July 1 Hirt Alpert Concert Canceled
The performance by Hirt Alpert that would have kicked off Concerts at the Park tonight on July 1 has been canceled due to COVID-19. We wish the band members a speedy recovery! The Concerts in the Park series will now begin on Friday, July 8 with DB Orchestra.

Grab a lawn chair or blanket, pack a dinner, bring your family and friends to Pauquette Park to hear live music at the new Beasley Pavilion, courtesy of the Portage Area Chamber of Commerce and Portage Parks & Recreation Department. All concerts are free to attend; donations are welcome. All shows start at 6:30pm.
DB Orchestra is a local band in Madison with nearly 20 musicians. Bringing the nuanced harmonies of a Doo-Wop group, the intensity of a marching band, and the flair of great jazz ensembles of yesteryear, they set the stage for an infectiously fun and uniquely electric live performance. You will get to hear all your favorite showtunes from various Broadway Shows such as The Music Man, Annie Get Your Gun, West Side Story, Wicked, Hamilton and more.

Other performances at the Beasley Pavilion include Granny Shot Band on July 15 and The Last Bees on July 22. For more information, contact the Portage Area Chamber of Commerce at 608-742-6242.
Portage Festival Foods Fireworks Celebration - July 2
The Portage Festival Foods Fireworks Celebration will be held on the north side of Portage, just off of Gunderson Drive, on Saturday, July 2! We encourage you to enjoy the show from areas nearby including the parking lot area of Festival Foods and the neighboring businesses and side streets. The show will begin at 9:30pm.
Watch fireworks from Cross of Christ Church
The community is invited to enjoy the Portage Festival Foods Fireworks Celebration on Saturday, July 2 from the comfort of the backyard at Cross of Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, 585 E. Slifer Street.

They open at 7pm and will be serving free ice cream and popcorn. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, and set them up anywhere you would like in the church yard. Bring your outdoor games to pass the time. Restrooms are available for use. Fireworks at 9:30pm. Make sure to invite your family and friends to join in the fun!
Get in on Canoes on Parade!
People have come from many places to visit the Canoes on Parade in Portage. The canoes are the talk of the town! If you haven't seen the canoes, you still have time.

Come see the upright canoes painted with various themes by local artists. Nine fiberglass canoes are up around Portage. Locals and visitors alike can stand in front of the upright canoes -- creating a close resemblance to portaging a canoe -- and pose for pictures, then share them on social media.

Click Here to view the map locations of the colorful canoes.
Click Here to print a map of the canoes.

The canoe project is being sponsored by the City of Portage Tourism Commission and coordinated by the Portage Area Chamber of Commerce. More details at www.portagewi.com.
Kids Yoga Classes this Summer
Kids Yoga Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:15pm to 5:15pm at Bee Alive Yoga Studio. .

Blossoming Yoga in July
Blossoming Yoga is for ages 11-17 "Where Kids Yoga Meets Adult Yoga" at Bee Alive Yoga Studio. Classes are held on Fridays at 4:30pm.

All classes held at 230 West Wisconsin Street. Call Bee Alive Yoga Studio for more information and to register at 608-745-9333.
Columbia, Dane County CASA merger
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) programs serving Dane and Columbia Counties have undergone a merger.
CASA programs recruit, train and support community volunteers in order to advocate for children under the protection of the courts due to abuse or neglect. CASA has established its presence in both Dane and Columbia Counties, working closely with the court systems as well as human services. With this merger,
effective June 1, redundant administrative needs will be met with greater efficiency. The programs are a part of the Canopy Center umbrella organization.
Canopy Center’s Executive Director, Meaghan Henry, has a history with the CASA program, having been a part of the Dane County CASA program since 2013. Last summer Henry made the transition to the role of executive director, and shortly after began working on this merger with the Columbia County CASA
Director, Cheri Dvorak. Dvorak will serve as the CASA Program Director overseeing both counties.
Board members from Columbia County CASA will join the Canopy Center board to continue to oversee and support the efforts of the program. In order to become a volunteer advocate for CASA, a community member must undergo thirty hours of training using National CASA curriculum. A class of thirteen new advocates completed training at the end of May and will be sworn in by the courts in June to serve CASA of Dane & Columbia Counties.
“This new class of advocates shows real heart for the work of supporting families in our community. We look forward to getting them assigned to work with children this summer,” says Cheri Dvorak, CASA Program Director.

For more information, contact Cheri Dvorak, Executive Director, Columbia County CASA at 608-745-9977. CASA is located in Portage at 311 E. Wisconsin St., Suite 107; PO Box 841.
2022 Portage Sumer Lunch Program
With a goal to have no child go hungry, the Portage Summer Lunch Program (PSLP) ensures that youth continue to receive nutritious lunches when school is not in session. The PSLP provides free lunches to kids and teens throughout the summer. It is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and implemented by the Wisconsin Dells School District, local partners, and community volunteers. Youth utilizing the sites will also receive a weekend pack of food on Fridays with their lunch. The weekend packs are made possible by the generous donations received from the community.
What is it? (for all kids & teens age 18 and under). Free lunch based on USDA nutrition guidelines
No application or proof of income needed. Monday through Friday, through August 31, with the exception on July 4 when no lunch is served at any sites.
Splash Pad at Goodyear Park, 920 DeWitt St. 11:10 a.m. – 11:35 a.m.
Portage Public Library, 253 West Edgewater St. 11:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Lincoln Park, 404 East Carroll St. 11:45 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.
Sanborn Park, 922 W. Franklin St. 12:15 p.m. – 12:35 p.m.

For more information contact: Caitlin Richardson, Columbia County Extension at 608-742-9680. Register to be a volunteer: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XQHzU0lIiVhrVC9jlGDeAMpw5MiAqNUkEZ1_zAa3BCo/edit#gid=1899337629
Business Luncheon -Tuesday, July 5
The Portage Area Chamber of Commerce is offering another way to network with your fellow Chamber members and make those important connections that can help you in your business or career. Bring your business cards, brochures, or anything you wish to share with other members.
Luncheon Information:
Mary Eiler Radl and Eric Sandvig of Alliant Energy will be joining us to discuss the closing of the Columbia Energy Center Power Plant over the next few years and what that means for our community. This facility is the last of their coal-fired facilities in Wisconsin and the plan had been announced to close by the end of 2024. What will happen to the land? Any other power options being explored? Come join us for a conversation and find out more.
Location: Pizza Ranch, 2905 New Pinery Road
Time: Lunch at 11:30AM, Presentation at Noon
Cost: Pay for your lunch at the restaurant
Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Click Here to Register! Please RSVP to this event. Call the Portage Chamber at 608-742-6242.
Welcome New Chamber Members

Ebonie - Ivorie Detailing LLC
N5643 Frontage Road; Wyocena, WI 53969
Angela Trentin at 608-535-9053
Detailing services for cars, trucks, work trucks, RVs, boats, motorcycles, airplanes,
semi trucks including hand wash, wax and shampoo carpet.

Cross of Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
585 East Slifer Street; Portage WI 53901
Pastor Scott Schultz at 608-742-5009
We are a Lutheran Church in the city of Portage and a member of the WELS. We are Bible based and committed to sharing the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Portage area and the World.
Portage Theatres 50 Cent Movies
Can't beat the price for these flicks! All shows are at 10am Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, July 5 through August 18.

Beat the summer heat when you watch a movie in a comfortable seat inside Portage Theatres, located at 322 Wisconsin Street.
Texas Hold'em Wednesdays at VFW
The Portage VFW is open on Wednesdays for Texas Hold'em Poker. Poker starts at 7:30pm with a $20 buy in. All buy in money is paid out to winners. Come on in and join the fun!

Portage VFW Blood Drive
A Blood Drive will be held at the Portage VFW, 215 W. Collins Street, on Monday, July 25 from 12:30pm to 5:30pm. For an appointment call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org and enter Sponsor Code: PortageVFW

Appointments preferred, walk-ins welcome! Bring a photo ID or your blood donor card, or two other forms of ID. You can save up to 15 minutes when you donate blood by using RapidPass! Visit redcrossblood.org/RapidPass for more information.

VFW Post 1707 is located at 215 W. Collins Street behind Walgreens.
Edgewater Field Trip
Take a deluxe motor coach ride to enjoy a Grand Tram tour of the Chicago Botanic Garden, on Thursday, July 7. Admission, lunch included. Receive 10% off at the gift shop.

Space is limited, purchase tickets today! $95 per ticket. Call Edgewater Home & Garden at 608-742-6558 to register.
12th Anniversary Celebration at Prairie Flower Beads
Stop by Prairie Flower Beads Thursday, July 7 through Saturday, July 9 for special deals, giveaways, and drawings. Treats on July 9! Prairie Flower Beads is located at 210 W. Cook Street. For more information, call 608-742-5900.
Annual Elks Golf Outing
Join the Elks in their golf outing as they raise money for their charities. The event is open to the public.
The golf outing will be held on Saturday, July 9 from 8am to 3pm at the Portage Country Club. Registration is at 7am, shotgun start at 8am.

Dinner and prizes awarded at the Portage Elks Lodge, 201 W. Conant Street. For more information, call the Portage Elks Lodge at 608-742-6040.
Bagpipes in the Glen
Come out and celebrate the Glen's Scottish heritage! Join in for a summer's evening of music, food and fun! Enjoy the beauty of the 37 acres, the babbling Prentice Creek and the cool serenity of the Glen itself.
Listen to the Piper, experience the harp, and dance to the Irish and Scottish music on Saturday, July 9 from 5pm to 9pm.

An entrance donation of $10 per car is warmly welcomed! Bring your lawn chair or blanket. Brats, hamburgers, chips and alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase. 
Volunteers needed! Call 608-356-8113 or email us at theglen150@gmail.com. Volunteers make it happen! Durward's Glen is located at W11876 McLeisch Road, Baraboo. For more information, call 608-356-8113.

Outdoor Yoga at Durward's Glen
Please join Durward's Glen as they team up with Bee Alive Yoga every other Saturday throughout the Summer. The next event will be held on Saturday, July 23 at 9am. Register here or $20 in person day of class. Enjoy the beautiful peaceful Glen as you exercise in nature!
Guided Nature Walk at Agency House
Enjoy this Prairie Restoration Guided Nature Walk led by conservation specialist Tony Abate at the Historic Indian Agency House on Saturday, July 9. Explore the rebirth of the historic prairie after the planned prescribed burns in the spring. Meet at 9:45am to prepare for the walk beginning at 10am.

Speaker Series at Agency House
Get ready for part 2 of the 4 part “The Historic Landscape” Speaker Series at the Historic Indian Agency House on Tuesday, July 12 at 6:30pm. Featured speaker Tracey Lee Roberts, Executive Director, Grant County Historical Society; Senior Lecturer Emerita, UW-Platteville will present the topic: The Old Lead Mine District: A Flash Point on the Cultural Landscape.

Native and métis peoples of many nations actively mined ore in the old Upper Mississippi Lead Mine District before miners of diverse backgrounds flooded into the region in the early 19th century to vie for the extensive galena deposits. The Lead District became a critical scene of conflict which touched off a dramatic transformation of the cultural and physical landscape.

The Speaker Series is free to attend and is held the second Tuesday, June through September, at the Historic Indian Agency House, 1490 Agency House Road. For more information, please call 608-742-6362.

Enduring Skills Weekend
Enduring Skills Weekend at Historic Indian Agency House is back by popular demand! The event will be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 30-31. Try your own hand at more than 20 different historical skills from blacksmithing to flintknapping, hand quilting to 19th century tavern games, historical toy making to 1800s social dancing, and so much more. Ages 5 through adult.

Ice cream and lemonade fundraiser for the continued preservation and operation of the Historic Indian Agency House, 1490 Agency House Road. For more information, call 608-742-6362.

Voyageur Canoe Experience
“Paddle Through Time” Voyageur Canoe Experience, held in conjunction with Enduring Skills Weekend, on Saturday, July 30. Pre-registration is recommended. For more information, call 608-742-6362.

For more information, contact the Agency House, 1490 Agency House Road, at 608-742-6362.
Picture Frame Class
Bring a picture frame to life giving it your own flare during this Picture Frame Class with Sharon Wade at Beautifully Blemished on Tuesday, July 12. Sharon will walk you through this project from start to finish.

Paint and supplies are provided in all workshops. Class is instructor-led, no skills required. Registration is required. Click Here to register. Select class from 1pm to 3pm or 6pm to 8pm. $35 class fee applies.

Lazy Susan Class
Create a Lazy Susan to brighten up your kitchen at Beautifully Blemished on Tuesday, July 26! Paint and supplies are provided in all workshops.Select either class from 10am to Noon or 6pm to 8pm. $35 class fee applies. Registration is required. Click Here to register.

Beautifully Blemished is located at 104 W. Cook Street. For more information, call 608-697-0297
Ribbon Cuttings
A ribbon cutting was held at Bexxys Hair Salon, 105 W. Cook Street, to welcome her salon to the heart of downtown. The salon offers hair care services including nails and pedicures services as well. Call Bekah at 608-369-3032 for an appointment today!
Ribbon Cuttings
Pastor Fr. Gary Krahenbuhl is ready to let the scissors do the work! The ribbon cutting to celebrate the renovation of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church took place on June 11.

The event was part of a festival weekend featuring a rededication Mass, run/walk, vendor fair, kids games, live music, church tours and more.

For more information about the parish or renovation, call 608-742-6998.
Upcoming Ribbon Cuttings
Wednesday, July 13 at 10am - Join us for a ribbon cutting as we welcome the Portage Craft Mall, 128 W. Cook Street, to the business community. The store offers a wide selection of products, gifts and crafts created by local vendors. Personalization and custom orders will also be available to make your items one of a kind. Quality local vendors are encouraged to contact June Lauter at 608-404-0163 for information regarding vendor spaces.
QTI's annual HR Trends Survey
The World of Work is changing at lightning speed. As a leader, you understand the importance of pivoting strategies and staying abreast of HR trends. Through QTI’s annual HR Trends Survey, we aim to provide businesses with these critical HR insights by providing guidance on topics such as compensation, benefits, careers, employee well-being, diversity and inclusion, and workforce planning. For over a decade, the results of our HR Trends survey have been a valued and trusted resource to organizations as they plan their future HR strategies.

We invite you to participate in the 2023 HR Trends Survey. It will take you approximately 20-30 minutes to complete, and we ask for your input by July 13, 2022. All individual participant responses will be kept confidential, and aggregate survey results will be shared with survey participants. In addition, QTI will host a webinar in the Fall of 2023, at which time we will dig deeper into the key findings and share strategies for 2023 and beyond.

To begin the survey, please click on the link below.
Rediscovering Fort Winnebago
A local family story going back to at least the 1880s claimed that an unusual barn on a Town of Marcellon farm was actually a barracks which had been moved from the site of Fort Winnebago. For all its historical importance, little remains of Fort Winnebago today beyond an archaeological footprint. None of the timber frame garrison buildings were thought to be in existence. Could a fort structure have eluded the public eye for nearly 200 years, surviving into modern times?
By 2021, time was of the essence to investigate the story surrounding what had now become an unassuming pile of old timbers residing in a cow pasture. Does the remarkable tale stand the tests of buildings archaeology and historical research? Examine the evidence: Click here.
Computer Basics at the Library
An Adult Technology Class will be held at the Portage Public Library on Wednesday, July 13 from 1pm to 2pm. This beginner class will cover the basics of using technology including computers, smartphones and more.

Registration is required. Call the Library, 253 W. Edgewater Street, at 608-742-4959.
Garden Tractor Daze
Don't miss this year's Garden Tractor Daze at the Columbia County Fairgrounds, Thursday, July 14 through Saturday, July 16.

This event features a garden tractor show with farm tractors, hit and miss engines, antique farm garden equipment, pedal pull for adults and kids, indoor flea market and farm toy show with an outside garden tractor swap meet.
The Columbia County Fairgrounds is located at 300 Superior Street. Admission is $7 at the gate. For more information, call Bret Esse at 608-697-3690.
Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative news
The next deadline to submit applications for ACEC’s Operation Round-Up grant is Friday, July 15. If you know of an individual or organization seeking funding for a specific project, cost, or item, encourage them to apply for this grant! To learn more about this grant and to apply, please click here.
Warmer weather is here, which for Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative (ACEC) means it’s summer storm season. ACEC does their best to provide safe, reliable energy for local members, but sometimes Mother Nature brings major storms to the area that are out of anyone’s control.

What causes power outages? Many outages are caused by weather, animals, and nature but there are other ways outages occur. The public may also cause an outage (car-pole accident, digging and hitting an underground line, etc.). And occasionally, equipment may fail. During a power outage, you should...
Click here to find out.
Portage United Methodist Church Yardsale
Come to this All Church Yardsale featuring clothing, toys, kitchenware, puzzles...pretty much anything and everything! This sale happens on Saturday, July 16 from 9am to 4pm at Portage United Methodist Church, 1804 New Pinery Road. For more information, call the Portage UMC office at 608-742-2107.

Blood Drive at Portage United Methodist Church
A Portage Community Blood Drive will be held at the Portage United Methodist Church, 1804 New Pinery Road, on Thursday, July 21, from 11:30am to 5:30pm. Appointments preferred. For an appointment call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org and enter Sponsor Code: Portage
You can save up to 15 minutes when you donate blood by using RapidPass! Visit redcrossblood.org/RapidPass for more information.
Monthly Book Club at Surgeons Quarters
Join Fort Winnebago Surgeons Quarters for their monthly book club discussion on Sunday, July 17 from 3pm to 5pm. This month the featured book is Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann.

Christmas in July at Surgeons Quarters
Do your holiday shopping early at Fort Winnebago Surgeons Quarters' Christmas in July event. Kids can make ornaments and help decorate the tree during that event, held Saturday, July 23.

Fort Winnebago Surgeons Quarters is located at 1824 East State Road 33. For more information, call 608-742-2949.
Portage Downtown Market
The Portage Downtown Market will be happening at Commerce Plaza on Thursday, July 21 from 4pm to 7pm featuring live music with the Vandwellers, Aerial Performers, Kid’s Activities, Vendors and Food. If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Madleen at downtown@portagewi.com. Stay tuned for future details on this upcoming event.

The Portage Farmers Market will be held from Noon to 5pm at Commerce Plaza that day as well, so come out and enjoy an afternoon in the downtown. Many of the Farmers Market vendors are planning to extend their day and stay for you to shop.
3rd Annual Summer Softball Tournament
Portage Youth Softball's 3rd Annual Summer Tournament will feature 12U & 14U teams from around the state in this 3-day tournament, held Friday, July 22 through Sunday, July 24.

Stop out to the Portage High School softball fields for some great competition. Click here for more information.
Portage Sharing Supper
This month the Sharing Supper will be held on Monday, July 25 at Wayne Bartels Middle School, 2505 New Pinery Road, from 5pm to 6:30pm. "Sharing Suppers" are held on the last Monday of every month at Bartels Middle School. In addition to the free meal there will be a "Kid's Corner" for young people to do a craft and hear a story as well as informational tables for adults. There will also be a free blood pressure station available.

Come, join your friends and neighbors for good food and good conversation with this free meal. The purpose of these suppers: to build and nourish community relationships by providing a dining experience that is free of all economic and social barriers.
Columbia County Fair
Celebrate 171 Years of the Columbia County Fair with this year's theme “Fair Lights, Country Nights,” July 27-31 at Veterans Memorial Field (Columbia County Fairgrounds) in Portage. Check out the schedule of events here!

Columbia County Fair will be showcasing the hard work of both youth and adult exhibitors. Also, a venue for commercial booths and the typical fair activities. Call 608-697-5043 during the fair for information.
The Columbia County Fair officially opens Wednesday with the carnival opening at 5pm featuring specials each day of the fair through Sunday. Grandstand events begin Thursday and continue through Saturday night. The commercial buildings open Wednesday with vendors selling and/or promoting a wide variety of products.
Wilz Hometown Pharmacy Sidewalk Sales
Wilz Hometown Pharamcy will be hosting sidewalk sales in downtown Portage. Come check out all the specials taking place Thursday, July 28 and Friday, July 29.

Wilz Hometown Pharmacy is located at 140 E. Cook Street. For more information, please call 608-742-3545.
Big Summer Sweepstakes
Portage Center for the Arts is having their Big Summer Sweepstakes. All proceeds support arts programing at Portage Center for the Arts. Only 1000 tickets available! $1000 grand prize with $500 first prize and second and third prizes Performing Concert Series Gift Certificate.

Suggested donation: $25 for a ticket/5 for $100. No purchase necessary. Please return all tickets before July 31, 2022. To request additional tickets, please contact Portage Center for the Arts. See official rules at www.portagecenterforthearts.com.
Indie Films: The Faces of New York City
The Faces of New York City is part of a multi-series, poetic and atypical documentary by Valerie Lanciaux, filmed on location around the world, including Wisconsin! You can watch her 60-minute film on Saturday, July 30 at 2pm at Portage Center for the Arts. There will be a discussion with Valerie after the showing.

Valerie is currently expanding her research to include Brazil, Istanbul, Papua New Guinea, and more, in the desire of creating an international series revealing the soul of a city, a region, through the faces and voices of the women and men who live there, people of different ages, backgrounds and origins in order to connect cultures from around the world! A $5 general admission fee applies (gallery screening with limited seating). For more information, contact Portage Center for the Arts at 608-742-5655.
Portage Farmers Market & Veranda Cookouts at the Elks Lodge
The market happens every Thursday from Noon to 5pm, May through October, at Commerce Plaza in downtown Portage (corner of Hwy 16 & 33).

Portage Elks Veranda Cookout happens on those same Thursdays from 11am-5pm. Featuring burgers, brats, and BBQ pulled pork. Cookouts end in September.

Contact the Market Manager, Paul Howe at 608-745-8334 for a vendor application, click here.
Advertise in this Chamber newsletter
Having an event you want others to know about? Submit a one-time flyer insert in this newsletter for $25. Or place a year-long newsletter ad, which links to your website, for $250/year. Call the Portage Chamber for more information at 608-742-6242.
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July Chamber Meetings and Events
2 Festival Foods Fireworks Celebration at 9:30pm
5 Business Luncheon at Pizza Ranch at 11:30am
8 Concerts in the Park at Beasley Pavilion/Pauquette Park at 6:30pm
13 Ribbon Cutting at Portage Craft Mall at 10am
15 Concerts in the Park at Beasley Pavilion/Pauquette Park at 6:30pm
22 Concerts in the Park at Beasley Pavilion/Pauquette Park at 6:30pm
Spread the word about Portage!
Use #portagewi or #portagechamberwi in your social media posts.
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Want to submit an article for this newsletter?
The Chamber's monthly newsletter deadlines the 20th of the month. Members are always welcome to let others know: about new products and services; introduce new associates or promotions; provide updates about their industry or business; give helpful tips; promote a sale or event. For more information, call the Portage Chamber at 608-742-6242.
Submit your Events!
Are you planning an event this year? Get it posted on our web community calendar at www.portagewi.com. One of the most popular viewed of the Chamber website pages, the calendar allows you to submit your own events.

Simply click this link and submit your events. If you have questions, please call the Chamber office at 608-742-6242.
Job postings on portagewi.com
Check out these job postings on our Chamber site from our member businesses. You are welcome to post job openings your business may have at any time. Call the Chamber office at 608-742-6242 for more information.
Join a Service Club - Meetings subject to change
Rotary - Meets Mondays at Noon at Dino’s Restaurant, 2900 New Pinery Rd.
Lions Club - Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5:30pm at Dino’s Restaurant, 2900 New Pinery Rd., summer month meetings change locations
Kiwanis - Meets on Wednesdays at Noon at Pizza Ranch, 2905 New Pinery Rd.
Optimists - Meets on Tuesdays at 7am at Dino’s Restaurant, 2900 New Pinery Rd.
Elks - Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesday at 7pm; 2nd Tuesday only in July, August and December
Women's Civic League - Meets 2nd Wednesdays of the month at Dino’s Restaurant, 2900 New Pinery Rd.
*Please Note: Dino's Restaurant is temporarily closed. Please call Chamber office for meeting info at 608-742-6242.
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