Waushara Argus Summer Fun June 2014
Events for June 2014 in Waushara County, Wisconsin.
1 4 SUMMER WAUSHARA ARGUS June WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 2014 ‘ PAGE 13 Your Guide to Fun in Waushara County Join us each month this summer as we explore many great activities and events in and around the Waushara County area. From hiking the Ice Age Trail to the County Fair, we’ll compile all the great “don’t miss” events of the 2014 Summer of Fun. During the first week of each month look for and tear this page out and put it on your refrigerator as your guide. Use it as your community event road map to all the fun things going on this summer - the summer of fun! Fun Guide THURSDAY JUNE 12 Reilly” at 6 p.m. followed by “Big Boombas Boppers” at 7 p.m. Bird Creek Park; 16th Avenue (W. Hwy. 21); 920-787-3488. JUNE 11 - 17 SUNDAY JUNE 15 FESTIVAL ANNUAL FATHER’S DAY CAR AND TRUCK SHOW hosted by MUSIC MUSIC IN THE PARK featuring “Just 4 Kicks, Ken Discover Adventure: Coloma Cycling Club Grab your bike helmet and bicycle or drive on over to the Coloma Hotel each Saturday morning for a great Coloma Cycling Club bicycle outing. Coloma Hotel owner Sue Apps and Tom Pintar, Coloma, plan the weekly rides that run from May to September each Saturday morning from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The Coloma Cycling Club is open to anyone at no cost. The rides start out at the Coloma Hotel with some basic bicycle safety tips and information for all levels of riders. Helmets are encouraged and water bottles essential. Riders may bring their own bikes or may rent a new Trek or helmet at the hotel. Shorter rides (8-10 miles) are planned early in the season and rides will increase in length as the group progresses to about 1518 miles each morning. Each weekly ride will feature a special tour or interesting destination in the area. Waushara County has many beautiful scenic roads, parks, and points of interest to explore at a leisurely pace with the Coloma Cycling Club. The group averages between eight and 12 riders every week but as many as 17 people showed up on one particular Saturday. So far, riders have come from Wautoma, Wild Rose, Westfield, Wood Lake, Pleasant Lake, Hancock, Montello, and Portage. A few visitors have even dropped in to ride from Arizona, Indiana, Illinois, and Japan. For more information or to sign-up, call Sue Apps at 715-228-2401. FRIDAY JUNE 13 at 7 p.m. River’s Edge Park; between Main and S. State streets, Neshkoro; 920-293-4423. Wautoma Masonic Union. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Bird Creek Park; 16th Avenue, Wautoma. For details, call 920-765-2495. MUSIC CONCERTS IN THE GAZEBO featuring “Tuba Dan”. MONDAY JUNE 16 COMMUNITY WEST HOLDEN ICE CREAM SOCIAL West Holden Lutheran Church, 4256 County Road MM, Wautoma. MUSIC MOOSE INN MUSIC ON THE PATIO featuring Maynard. Moose Inn, W6846 Hwy 21, Wautoma. THEMOOSEINN.COM TUESDAY JUNE 17 Landon and the Wolfpack. Moose Inn, W6846 Hwy 21, Wautoma. THEMOOSEINN.COM MUSIC MOOSE INN MUSIC ON THE PATIO featuring Geoff SATURDAY JUNE 14 Strawberry Sociable 1-3 p.m. Marquette County Historical Society. Parade line up at 6 p.m. on Thomas Street by the old high school; parade begins at 7 p.m. For more information call 608-296-4146. FESTIVAL DAIRYLICIOUS DAYS walk/run starts at 9 a.m.; Dairy Fun: Westfield Dairylicious Days Westfield will be hosting the Dairylicious Days on June 14. The annual family-fun event will provide entertainment for the entire family. The fun begins with the Dairylicious Days Run/ Walk. Registration will be held near BMO Bank in downtown Westfield and will open at 8 a.m. The Run/ Walk is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. The events for the Run/Walk include: 5 mile run; 2 mile run; 2 mile fun walk; and kids 1/4 mile run. The Run/Walk will travel through the Village of Westfield and there is a fee to participate. A 2 mile and 5 mile trophy will be given to the fastest male and female times as well as medals for the top three finishers in each division. Those interested in participating, call 608-369-0854. The afternoon brings strawberries to Westfield’s Dairylicious Days. Strawberries are a staple for summer, so why not come to the Strawberry Sociable from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Marquette County Historical Society, 125 Lawrence Street, Westfield. To conclude the day of activities, the Dairylicious Days Parade will begin at 7 p.m., with participants lining up at 6 p.m. on Thomas Street by the old high school. Food and beverages will be available before and after the parade by area vendors. For more information about the Dairylicious Days Events, call 608-296-4146. Dads and Cars: Annual Father’s Day Car and Truck Show The Annual Father’s Day Antique and Classic Car and Truck Show will be held Sunday, June 15 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bird Creek Park, Wautoma. For over 10 years, the Wautoma Masonic Union hosts the event. Dash Plaques will be awarded to the first 100 entries. There is free admission and parking for all spectators. Food, beverages, and music will be available all day. A 22-mile cruise through picturesque Waushara County will be held on Saturday, June 14. Meet at Bird Creek Park at 6 p.m. For more information, call 920-765-2495 PELICAN KAYAKS Starting at $229 $395 Ask your neighbors where they would buy! 10% Discount this weekend on All Floe Accessories ATTENTION to Our Hundreds of Floe Dock & Lift Customers, We are Offering PELICAN PADDLE BOARDS Starting at WEEKEND SPECIAL 2 PERSON ELECTRIC MITEY-TOON Includes Seats, Bimini Top, Battery, Motor & Charger $2,897 The Summer Fun Guide is our selective guide to what is going on in the area. Check the Community Calendar in The Waushara Argus each week for additional events and more information. IF YOU WANT TO BE LISTED: Submit information by email (argus@ wausharaargus.com) or call 920-787-3334. Details of the event - date, time, venue address, telephone number and admission price - should be included. Listings included are accurate at press time, check with specific venues for further details. Full Service Marine Store with Over 85 Years of Experience W7461 State Rd. 21/73, Wautoma 920-787-0033 T-F 8-5, Sat. 9-3, Sun. 10-1 Website: www.blackhawkmarine.net • Email: email@example.com Back By d! Popular Deman WAREHOUSE SALE COMING SOON - WATCH FOR DETAILS Wild Rose Home Furnishings & Carpet Craftsmen 800 Main Street., Wild Rose • 920-622-3158 1 4 SUMMER WAUSHARA ARGUS June WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 2014 ‘ PAGE 14 Your Guide to Fun in Waushara County Join us each month this summer as we explore many great activities and events in and around the Waushara County area. From hiking the Ice Age Trail to the County Fair, we’ll compile all the great “don’t miss” events of the 2014 Summer of Fun. During the first week of each month look for and tear this page out and put it on your refrigerator as your guide. Use it as your community event road map to all the fun things going on this summer - the summer of fun! Fun Guide THURSDAY JUNE 19 COMMUNITY PIE SOCIAL June 19-25 The 26th annual Waushara County June Dairy Breakfast will be held at Pine Breeze Dairy, Pine River, on June 29. The event will feature a wide variety of activities for all ages including: live music by KNX Party Band; door prizes; an animal display; and guided farm tours. One of the most popular events at the dairy breakfast is the Little Farmer Dress Up Contest. Children ages 6 years old and younger can dress up in their best farmer “duds” and enter the contest to win prizes. The Little Farmer Dress Up will begin at approximately 11 a.m. This year’s host facility is home to 2,400 Holstein dairy cows and is managed by a team of 30 full-time employees. The owners of Breeze Dairy Group, LLC, include the families of Lynn and Catherine Davis; Mark and Laurie Diederichs; Brian and Lynn Gerrits; Ron, Chris, and Rick Schwenck; and Thiel Ventures, LLC (Doug and Janice Thiel, Roger and Gail Thiel, and Roman and Joan Thiel). The operations manager for Pine Breeze Dairy is Brad Gerrits, with his brother Geoff Gerrits serving as the office manager of the farm. The herd of 2,400 cows includes 2,000 milking and 400 dry cows and close-up heifers, and is milked three times per day by three milking technicians and one cow pusher at each eight hour shift. Four semi tankers of high quality milk is shipped each day from Pine Breeze Dairy to Agropur in Weyauwega. The dairy facilities include five free stall barns with the four main freestall barns that house the lactating cows. Each barn includes 490 sand bedded free stalls for optimum cow comfort. The Special Needs Barn houses dry cows, springing heifers, hospital cows, and newborn calves. Mark your calendars for a day of family-fun at Pine Breeze Dairy on June 29. The breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. and will run until Noon. The menu for the event will include the usual breakfast items: pancakes, real maple syrup, honey, hashbrowns, ham, cheese, milk, cranberry and orange juice, coffee, ice cream, and cranberries. Pine Breeze Dairy, LLC, is located at W1776 Aspen Avenue, Pine River, 54965, two miles north of Poy Sippi and 1/4 mile east of Aspen Ave. Fun on the Farm: Waushara County June Dairy Breakfast sponsored by the United Methodist Church. Coloma Community Center, 155 N Front St., Coloma; 715-2283145. Bruchs Performing Arts Center, 514 S. Cambridge, Wautoma; 920-7872189. THEATER STUDENT THEATER PRODUCTION: “PINOCCHIO” 7 p.m. McComb/ FRIDAY JUNE 20 THEATER STUDENT THEATER PRODUCTION: “PINOCCHIO” 1 p.m. McComb/ Bruchs Performing Arts Center, 514 S. Cambridge, Wautoma; 920-7872189. KIDS ROCK ‘N GRANITE TOMS YOUTH DAY 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wautoma Airport (W8471 Cottonville Drive, Wautoma); 920765-2862. FESTIVAL BEST PEA PICKIN’ FESTIVAL 10 a.m. to MUSIC CONCERTS IN THE GAZEBO featuring Vicki 4 p.m. Hancock Community Center; 715-249-3100 Belleville; 7 p.m. River’s Edge Park, between Main and S. State Streets, Neshkoro; 920-293-4423 FAMILY PRAIRIE NURSERY TOURS 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. W7262 Dover Court, Westfield. PRAIRIENURSERY.COM MUSIC MOOSE INN MUSIC ON THE PATIO featuring Joe and Janice. Moose Inn, W6846 Hwy 21, Wautoma. THEMOOSEINN.COM WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 FAMILY EDENWOOD SAFARI TOUR 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. W5734 Chicago Ave., Wautoma; 920574-4641. SATURDAY JUNE 21 MUSIC MOOSE INN MUSIC ON THE PATIO featuring Unity the Band. Moose Inn, W6846 Hwy 21, Wautoma. THEMOOSEINN.COM June 26-July 2 THURSDAY JUNE 26 MUSIC MUSIC IN THE PARK featuring “Bourbon Cowboys”. 6 p.m. Bird Creek Park; 16th Avenue (W. Hwy. 21), Wautoma; 920-787-3488. ART SILVER SPRINGS & FRIENDS ART AND CRAFT SHOW sponsored by the Neshkoro FRIDAY JUNE 27 FESTIVAL 2ND ANNUAL NIBBLES AND SIPS Taste the local flavor of five local wineries and enjoy sampling food from area restaurants. 6 to 8 p.m. Coloma Community Park; Coloma. Lioness Club. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. StanO-Gene Park, Neshkoro; for details, contact Kristine James at 920-229-6853 or firstname.lastname@example.org FAMILY MUDDY MARQUETTE 7:30 a.m. registration, race begins at 9 a.m. Westfield High School (N7046 County Road M, Westfield). Start summer off with a “bang”: Rock ‘n Granite Toms Youth Day SUNDAY JUNE 29 FESTIVAL WAUSHARA COUNTY DAIRY BREAKFAST Food, games for the kids, farm tours and live music. 7:30 a.m. to Noon; Pine Breeze Dairy, LLC, W1776 Aspen Avenue, Pine River. On Saturday, June 21, join the Wautoma Airport and the Wautoma Rod and Gun Club for a free day with the kids and family. The Rock ‘n Granite Toms Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Wautoma EAA Chapter 1331 invite you for a fun day of laser tag, trap shooting, 22 cal. shooting, BB gun shooting, bow and arrow shooting, a casting contest, fly tying, and free airplane rides for the kids. A free lunch will be provided. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and will run until 3 p.m. at the Wautoma Airport, weather permitting. All children ages 7 through 17 are welcome. The event is co-sponsored by Weekly Timber & Pulp and Thrivent Financial. FISH FRY OLD FASHIONED FISH FRY Coloma Hotel, sponsored by Prince of Peace ELCA. Moose Inn, W6846 Hwy 21, Wautoma. THEMOOSEINN.COM MUSIC MOOSE INN MUSIC ON THE PATIO featuring Kojo. p.m. River’s Edge Park, Neshkoro. MUSIC CONCERTS IN THE GAZEBO featuring Todd Leak; 7 COMMUNITY COLOMA CRAFT & FLEA MARKET SATURDAY JUNE 28 FESTIVAL ART AND MUSIC FESTIVAL Starting at 1 p.m. Waushara Community Church, N2126 22nd Avenue, Wautoma. sponsored by the Coloma Area Historical Society. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coloma Community Park, 232 Front Street, Coloma; 715-228-2109. FESTIVAL COUNTRY FAIR WITH A NORWEGIAN FLAIR until it runs out. Raffles throughout the day. Begins at 10 a.m. Wautoma Municipal Airport; W8471 Cottonville Dr., Wautoma; 920-376-1354 EAA1331.ORG FESTIVAL CLUCKENFARTEN FLY IN Serving chicken and beans OUTSIDE SEATING 2nd & 3rd Dave Steffen Band 9th & 10th Dr. Bombay The Bake sale, demonstrations, Lefse, quilts, crafts, lunch, strawberry shortcake and more. 10 a.m. Hope Lutheran Church; 301 E. Mount Morris Ave., Wautoma; 920-787-3920. by the Coloma Lions. Coloma Community Park, Coloma; for details, call John Klem at 414-507-2206. FESTIVAL COLOMA CHICKEN CHEW sponsored Serving Lunch • GR8 Food...Gr8 View 23rd & 24th Rosetti & Wiggley Live Entertainment In July by the Coloma Lions. Coloma Community Park, Coloma; for details, call John Klem at 414-507-2206. FESTIVAL COLOMA CHICKEN CHEW sponsored TUESDAY JULY 1 the Band. Moose Inn, W6846 Hwy 21, Wautoma. 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