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HORICON Volume 3, Issue 2

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2015 Horicon Phoenix Program

Calendar of Events

Sat, May 9 Horicon Community Gardens Open Sat, May 16 4th Annual Horicon Huk Disc Golf Tournament Wed, June 3 Opening Night 2015 Horicon Farmers Market Season Wed, June 3 Opening Night of the 2015 ”Music at the Market” Summer Concert Series Featuring “Mixed Nuts” Wed, June 10 Summer Concert Series: Calamity Janes & The Fratney Street Band Wed, June 17 Summer Concert Series: The Belle Weather Fri, June 19 & 2015 Jersey Street Sat, June 20 Music Festival & Parade Wed, June 24 Summer Concert Series: The Get Hot Wed, July 1 Summer Concert Series: athas Wed, July 8 Summer Concert Series: Squeezettes Wed, July 15 Summer Concert Series: Count This Penny Wed, July 22 Summer Concert Series: Cajun Strangers Wed, July 29 Summer Concert Series: Run Carolina Wed, August 5 Summer Concert Series: Buffalo Gospel Wed, August 12 Summer Concert Series: Painted Caves Sat, August 15 Archie Powell and The Exports at the Discher Park Dance Hall Wed, August 19 Summer Concert Series: Lisa Ridgely and The Fainting Room Wed, August 26 2015 Summer Concert Series Finale: Horseshoes & Hand Grenades Salsa competition and Fireworks display Sat, August 29 Trilogy Challenge Disc Golf Tournament Wed, September 2 Fall Farmers Market: Open Mic Night Wed, September 9 Fall Farmers Market: Musical performance by Spid Pieper courtesy of the Ice Cream Station Sat, September 12 Spoken Word / Poetry Slam Night Wed, September 16 Fall Farmers Market: Open Mic Night Wed, September 23 Fall Farmers Market: Pumpkinfest Wed, September 30 Fall Farmers Market: Open Mic Night Wed, October 7 Fall Farmers Market Finale: Bonfire, s’mores, Apple Cider Sat, October 10 4th Annual Horicon Phoenix Flyway 5k Run/Walk Sat, October 31 Comedy Sportz Night / Halloween Bash Wed, November 11 Winter Farmers Market Sat, November 14 Horicon Phoenix Program Annual Dinner Wed, December 9 Winter Farmers Market


Welcome to

HORICON

Welcome to Horicon, a place we like to call home. We are very glad that you have visited and we hope you enjoy the bounty of resources that Horicon has to offer. Hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the area to enjoy the wonderful natural resources, to look for birds in the marsh they’ve never seen before, to hike trails that date back to the days of Native Americans, to hunt and trap, or to bike on roads and trails that offer spectacular vistas of animals and landscapes. Whatever the reason for visiting, there’s one more thing that we’d love for you to know. We call this place our home because we enjoy a lower cost of living and a higher quality of life. The Horicon Phoenix Program has been working to add even more benefits for people who call Horicon “home.” This booklet is intended to introduce you to a few of our events. We invite you to join us here.

Visit one of

Horicon’ s Hidden

Treasures!

The Satterlee Clark House Historical Museum is composed of three buildings: the Satterlee Clark house, a one-room schoolhouse, and a work shed with functioning forge. The museum offers a wide variety of exhibits, such as early farm equipment, an arrowhead collection, photographs of Horicon’s past, and business history. Hours and tours are available by appointment only. 322 Winter Street Member admission is free, Horicon, WI 53032 non-members $1. 920-485-0483 • http://satterleeclarkhome.com Special events held throughout the Driving directions: Arrive in Horicon on Hwy 33. Turn North on year! Please visit our Facebook page Elm Street and drive four blocks until you reach Winter Street. and website for up-to-date info.


All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast Buffet 2nd Sunday of every month

$7.00 adults / $4.50 kids 6-12 children under 6 eat free! Scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes, potatoes, juice, coffee, milk, pastries and fruit

Fish Fry

every Friday night

American Legion Post 157 920.485.2022 735 S. Hubbard St., Horicon, WI

No cover charge 7:30-11:30 Band will be playing outside in parking lot.

Proceeds will be used to support different charties.

Hall available for party or meeting rentals!


321 E. Lake St., Horicon • 920-485-4422 A Full Service Salon offering a wide array of beauty services, including: • Haircare • Nailcare • Waxing • Make-up Application & Lessons. We are dedicated to continuing education. Our services are tailored to each guest, from fashionably classic to cutting edge. Experience Vonti Salon & take your style to the next level.

what’s that? Josh Muche, FIC 310 E. Lake St. Horicon, WI 53032 920-485-0687 Josh.Muche@mwarep.org

We’re fraternal – We offer benefits, social activities and volunteer opportunities to our members. We’re financial – We help members plan for life with personalized advice and quality financial solutions. Let’s talk.


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2015 Chamber Event Schedule Brewery Bus Tour • April 11 Visit Monroe, Verona & New Glarus

Chamber Steak Fry • May 8 10 am to 2 pm At LeRoy Meats at 85 Washington St.

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Autumn Art on the Marsh September 27 9 am to 3 pm Discher Park • 800 N. Cedar St.

Events do change, so please check our website first

www.Horiconchamber.com/events For more details check out

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River Bend Park Disc Golf Course

Established 2011, the River Bend Park Disc Golf Course has 18 unique and challenging looks at 9 DGA installed baskets, offering a great variety of shots on every hole. Located in a gorgeous park along the Rock River. Don’t have a set of discs? The Horicon Public Library has several sets of discs for checkout!

4th Annual

Horicon Huk Disc Golf Tournament Saturday May 16, 2015 Registration 10am Starts at 11am $25/Pre-Registered Player $30/Day-of-Play Registration All Monies to Course Improvements First 30 paid registrants receive a player's pack with discs and other swag worth at least $45 Awards for winners of competitive and recreational divisions

Registration starts March 1st

www.horiconphoenix.com for more details


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Come See The New Explorium!

At The Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center

Grand Opening August 22, 2015

The Great Hunting Ground

Twelve thousand years ago, a massive glacier covering Wisconsin and much of the upper Midwest retreated northward after maintaining its icy grip on the landscape for close to 60,000 years. It left behind a broad, shallow basin that caught the melting ice and sediment to form what is today's Horicon Marsh. Starting in August 2015, visitors to a dramatic new series of exhibits at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center will be able to trace the history of this great gathering place and hunting ground through the ages. The interactive and educational displays include a walk-through glacier, woolly mammoth and dioramas showing how the arrival of early humans opened a new chapter in the marsh's history. During the retreat of the glacier, a land bridge under what is now the Bering Strait connected the continents of North America and Asia. A comparatively mild climate allowed several thousand early humans to begin a migration from the Eastern Siberian steppe, searching for a home full of wildlife and fertile grounds, enough to sustain their way of life.

Some of the Paleo-Indian people followed the edge of the retreating Wisconsin glacier and ultimately made their home in the region surrounding Horicon Marsh. The stone weapons and tools they used to pursue large game, including mammoth, left a lasting legacy. This history helped inspire the new interactive exhibits and it is a talking Clovis (a type of spear point) point that welcomes visitors and serves as a narrator for the journey through time. In addition to sharing the history of the marsh, the Clovis point's story highlights the restoration and wildlife management efforts that have again made the marsh home to a rich array of birds, animals, fish, plants & insects. Explore the many, varied ecosystems of the marsh, including the wildlife and habitats, as well as the human history that shaped our state.

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Horicon Farmers Market Horicon Farmers Market at Kiwanis Park

Wednesdays June 3 - October 7, 2015, 4-8 pm •The Horicon Farmers Market at Kiwanis Park is one of the few markets left that requires vendors to grow the produce they sell. •We feature locally grown produce, honey, handmade goods and fine art. •Special events at the market include the Summer Concert Series, Art in the Park, and hot food sold by local service organizations.

Know your farmers. Know your food! Horicon Public Library’s

Art In The Park Sponsored by the Horicon Phoenix Program

Every Wednesday night at 6pm in Kiwanis Park June through August FREE drop-in children’s art activity during the Music at the Market Concert Series

For more information contact: Sarah Cournoyer, Children’s Librarian scournoyer@mwfls.org • 920-485-3535 pinterest.com/MsSarahHPL


Horicon Community Gardens The Horicon Community Garden offers a variety of garden plots for rent and features display flower & herb gardens for all to enjoy. Discover the rewards of growing your own food! Seasonal rates: • 4x8’ raised beds - $15 • 8x12’ family sized plot - $25 • All plots are tilled prior to planting. • Straw and collected rain water are provided for gardeners to use.

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Horicon Family Chiropractic was founded in 1991 by Dr. Jack Eidem. Over the years he has helped hundreds of families in the greater Dodge County area heal without drugs and surgery and has taken great pride in delivering all-natural healthcare to get sick people well and to keep healthy people functioning at a high level. He now practices with his son, Dr. Steve and they are eager to help as many people as they can through safe, comfortable, proven, and cost-effective chiropractic care.

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Discher Park Historic Preservation Discher Park houses two historically significant buildings: the Discher Park Dance Hall and the Discher Park Pavilion. In 2014 the Horicon Phoenix Program funded exterior renovations of the Dance Hall, which included replacement of rotten boards and painting the entire building. The Discher Park Pavilion, commonly known as the “Teen Center,” was built in 1909. Since then the pavilion has been used for countless community and family events. It is the most rented park building in Horicon. In 2014 we became aware that it was in danger of being torn down by the city due to extensive repairs that are needed to keep it a safe and useful building. The Horicon Phoenix Program stepped up and has convinced the city to save this historic building. We’ll be funding the needed repairs, which will include building a new foundation in 2015, and in 2016 we’ll repair the roof and paint the building. We appreciate any financial support you can contribute to save this important piece of Horicon’s History. "Preservationists are the only people in the world invariably confirmed in their wisdom after the fact." --John Kenneth Galbraith

Tax deductible contribution: *Send a check to:

Horicon Phoenix Program, P.O. Box 42 Horicon WI 53032 *Make a deposit at Horicon Bank into the

Horicon Phoenix Program -Discher Park Restoration Account

Playground Improvement Project

In June 2014 the Horicon Phoenix Program funded, coordinated and installed new playground equipment in Kiwanis Park. The focus at this playground was to add more equipment that is handicap accessible and toddler friendly as well as providing more activities for older children. Special thanks for the Kiwanis Park project go out to BCI Burke Playground Equipment, Horicon DPW, Alliant Energy, United Cooperative, Land O'Lakes Foundation, Horicon Girl Scouts, and other local anonymous donations. The next phase of our playground project will focus on the two playground areas in River Bend Park. We’ll be adding equipment to both areas with the same goals in mind: • Handicap accessibility • Toddler friendly • More activities for older children Funding for this project is ongoing with a goal of $30, 000. We have received donation pledges totaling $7000 from the Shopko Foundation, Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, Horicon Kiwanis Club and Horicon Lions Club. Please consider a donation to this worthwhile project!

Contributions may be sent to:

Horicon Phoenix Program C/O Playground Improvement Project P.O. Box 42, Horicon, WI 53032


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Spring Hours: Sunday 9-at least 8 Monday 11-at least 10 Tuesday 3-at least 10 Wednesday 3-at least 10 Thursday 3-at least 10 Friday 11-at least 10 Saturday 9-at least 10 We buy our ingredients from Wisconsin when we can, including grains and hops. We will only be serving tap beer brewed in-house and bottled beer brewed in other fine microbreweries of Wisconsin. We are experienced homebrewers of 10 years and are currently only brewing ales.

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Hailing from Mayville, WI, Mixed Nuts is comprised of 10 members who switch instruments throughout the show. Drums, guitars, bass and vocals, you never know where one player is going to be from one song to the next – and their set list is as diverse as their arrangements! Please join us in welcoming Mixed Nuts to their first-ever gig at our Music At The Market summer concert series!

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Every Wednesday Night • June-August 2015 6:00pm-7:30pm • Kiwanis Park, Horicon, WI Horicon Farmers Market 4-8pm • Art In The Park for Kids at 6pm

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On a snowy evening in February 2013, over tea and coconut muffins, folk-bluegrass outfit Calamity Janes and the Fratney Street Band was born. From their first kitchen floorpractice to an avalanche of performances throughout Southeastern Wisconsin, Calamity Janes FSB center their original music around breathtaking three-part female harmonies. Coupled with the band's upright bass, fiddle, banjo, drums, and two guitars, Calamity Janes FSB continue making a name for themselves in Milwaukee and its environs. Whether handing out kazoos to audiences, rousing dance-floors to their feet, or quieting packed crowds with a hushed first note, Calamity Janes FSB win over diverse fans with their infectious love for music.

Calamity Janes and The Fratney Street Band

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The Belle Weather is a hurricane. We are acoustic guitars, stories, and melody. We are the resonant, pounding beat of a kick drum, the deep pulse of a bass guitar, and the siren's wail of an over-driven tube amp. We are open fields and skyscrapers - equal parts modernfolk and alternative rock - a fusion of inspired anthems and the art of simple storytelling. Over the years, we've taken a great many influences and blended them into a sound that is uniquely our own. We've built a reputation by approaching every stage we can find with arare combination of gritty, sweat-drenched energy and honest, heart-felt sonic grace. We love doing what we do, and feel very fortunate to have a fan base that is as musically adventurous as we've always tried to be.

Every Wednesday Night • June-August 2015 6:00pm-7:30pm • Kiwanis Park, Horicon, WI Horicon Farmers Market 4-8pm • Art In The Park for Kids at 6pm

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There's a new band on the rockabilly/swing circuit in town and it's The Get Hot. The band, which has just issued its first CD, includes four veteran musicians that have worked in a variety of local groups and is now firmly focused on blending the best of American roots music – from blues to rockabilly to western swing to jazz – into a toe-tapping sound designed to get you out of your seat. It's all about energy and motion. It's up-tempo blues tunes that make you want to jump on the dance floor and cut loose. We often attract members of the local swing dancing clubs, so the dancing is as entertaining as the music. By the end of the night, we all go home exhausted.

The Get Hot

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áthas lights the dance floor on fire with a combination of traditional and newly composed Irish dance tunes. Fierce fiddle, driving bodhrán, and funky guitar riffs come together to lift listeners' feet, drinks, and spirits. “Joy and gladness” is what áthas means in the Irish language, and this band lives up to its billing. Formed by three talented musicians from Milwaukee with varied backgrounds, áthas plays a variety instruments to perform their high-spirited traditional music.

with Special guest

Bradley Sperger at 5:30 p.m

Every Wednesday Night • June-August 2015 6:00pm-7:30pm • Kiwanis Park, Horicon, WI Horicon Farmers Market 4-8pm • Art In The Park for Kids at 6pm

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The two-time WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) award winning Squeezettes are noted as one the state’s most unique attractions. Fronted by ex-burlesque chanteuse turned old school torch singer, Chanel le Meaux, the band plays an eclectic blend of "power polka" pop, rock, and other kitschy favorites. Where else can you find a high energy band with adorable little ladies playing big, beautiful Baldoni accordions, a free range tuba player, and a drummer that sings and plays a pickle bucket? If you’re looking for a good time, call the Squeezettes!

Squeezettes

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Leroy Airmaster

In the 1980s, Leroy Airmaster was the dominant blues band in a vibrant live blues music scene in southeastern Wisconsin. They performed constantly, and released 4 well received recordings. They received numerous WAMI awards for best blues group. The members of the most popular version of the group reformed in 2010, and continue to perform their unique blend of blues jazz and rock music.

Every Wednesday Night • June-August 2015 6:00pm-7:30pm • Kiwanis Park, Horicon, WI Horicon Farmers Market 4-8pm • Art In The Park for Kids at 6pm

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The Cajun Strangers are based out of Madison, WI, and are one of the Midwest's premier Cajun music bands. They have two CDs out on the Swallow Records label (based out of Ville Platte, LA), and both have won an award called Prix Dehors De Nous (The Best Outside of Us) from the Cajun French Music Association in Louisiana. They primarily play the traditional Cajun dance music from Southwest Louisiana, and try to reproduce this energetic style as closely as they can to the bands that play down South. The music consists of two steps, waltzes and blues, and is sung mostly in Cajun French.

Cajun Strangers

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Run Carolina

Not your typical Country band, Run Carolina works hard at bringing the party! Performing high-energy modern Country mixed with a unique blend of Rock and Pop, Run Carolina delivers a fun-filled exciting live experience that keeps fans coming back for more! Based out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Run Carolina is a powerhouse group that has shared the stage with some of today's hottest stars, on the local and national scene. Run Carolina is more than ready to rock any venue, festival or event. So if you like your Country music mixed with a bit of crazy, you just found your new favorite band!

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Every Wednesday Night • June-August 2015 6:00pm-7:30pm • Kiwanis Park, Horicon, WI Horicon Farmers Market 4-8pm • Art In The Park for Kids at 6pm

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Building on a solid foundation of heartfelt and heartbreaking Country/ Western and Americana arrangements, and featuring a stellar cast of local and national musicians, Milwaukee-based Buffalo Gospel delivers wholly original material that manages to feel utterly timeless. Buffalo Gospel’s music has been praised as “minimalist and masterful,” “musically arresting,” and “Milwaukee’s Best Kept Secret.” Their first EP, “Four Letter Words”, was written and released in the snow-covered part of 2009 and was soon followed by “The Good Land” in 2010. The first full-length release “We Can Be Horses” finds the band energized and pushing boundaries of rock and bluegrass with a collection of 12 instant classics.

Buffalo Gospel

FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES


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Painted Caves

Milwaukee, Wisconsinbased Painted Caves have earned a reputation for their highly original, Arab-American music and mesmerizing live performances. Built on a foundation of Western experimentation and Middle-Eastern tradition, the group uses traditional folk and jazz instruments (oud, daf, trumpet, flute) as a base and focal point against a backdrop of hypnotic rhythm (guitar, bass, percussion) and dreamy, uplifting songwriting.

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Lisa Ridgely, founder and leader of her Fainting Room crew, started performing as a solo singer-songwriter in 2009, and started her solo career collaborating with local musicians including Sigmund Snopek and Chris DeMay, among others. Her solo efforts grew into a full band in 2011 (Lisa Ridgely & The Fainting Room); an acoustic singer-songwriter meets Americana twang and harmonies meets screaming rock guitar solos kind of deal. It’s a potent and dynamic mashup of the genres that influence the band as individuals and as a group.

Lisa Ridgely and the Fainting Room

FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES


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Horseshoes & Hand Grenades

Hailing from the river town of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, HHG plays something like progressive high-energy Old-Time folk music. With strong roots in oldtime and bluegrass, the band has formed it's own unique style born from the diverse musical backgrounds and interests of the five friends who make up the band. All born and raised in the great state of Wisconsin, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades began playing music and their earliest shows in the spring of 2009. Since then, the band has shared the stage with the Infamous Stringdusters, Yonder Mountain String Band, Charlie Parr, Pert Near Sandstone, Art Stevenson and Highwater,.357 String Band, The Big Wu, and many more.Being mostly inspired by rivers, valleys, good friends, and good drink, this five piece is as sturdy as any midwest riverbed and will make your toes tap from sundown to sunrise.

Check out the

salsa competition! Plus! Art Show

hosted by Wild Goose Fine Arts United.

www.horiconphoenix.com for entry and payout information

FIREWORKS AT DUSK! FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES


314 W. Lake St. Horicon, WI Phone: 920.319.2525 • Fax: 920.485.0961 olson-builders.com

Residential | Commercial Roofing & Remodeling

Specializing in roofing and higher-end custom remodels of apartment complexes, home, kitchen, home theaters, bathrooms, and basement conversions, Olson Builders, Inc. services all of Southeastern Wisconsin for residential and commercial remodeling.

Horicon American Legion

Auxiliary Unit 157 Contact membership chairman for more info or qualifications to become a member

920-485-3379

In the spirit of Service, Not Self, the mission of the American Legion Auxiliary is to support The American Legion and to honor the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad. For God and Country, we advocate for veterans, educate our citizens, mentor youth, and promote patriotism, good citizenship, peace and security.


To All Of Our Sponsors: The Horicon Phoenix Program would like to extend our sincere gratitude to those businesses that have sponsored our projects and programs in 2015. They’re easy to find – they’re all in this booklet! Please, patronize their businesses whenever you can, and when you see them around the neighborhood, tell them how much you appreciate their support of the Horicon Phoenix Program. Without them, you wouldn’t be reading this today.

Responsive website development and maintenance Content management systems

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Marshland PHARMACIES

Our Services • Prescription delivery • Vaccinations • Special packaging options & management • A formal medication therapy review • Specialty compounding • Prescription flavoring • Medical equipment and supplies • Compression stockings • Health and Beauty needs (Horicon location) • Photo developing – Kodak kiosks Stop by any of our convenient Dodge County (Horicon location) • Gifts (Horicon location) locations…

We are community pharmacies dedicated to providing quality products, professional excellence and service; tailored to meet the needs of our local communities. We offer you the opportunity to experience consistent high quality pharmacy services with every patient contact.

Beaver Dam

Vita Park Medical Clinics 705 S. University Avenue Suite #180 Beaver Dam, WI 53916 P (920) 356-0040 F (920) 356-0056 Hours: M - F 8:30 to 5:30 Closed Sat. & Sun.

Horicon

700 Washington Street Horicon, WI 53032 P (920) 485-3400 F (920) 485-3409 Hours: M - F 9:00 to 7:00 Sat. 9:00 to 5:00 Closed Sun.

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• Estate Planning • Wills • Trusts • Title 19 • Nursing Home Planning • Real Estate

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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LOCALLY KNOWN... NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED

318 E Lake St 032 Horicon, WI 53 5 (920) 485-434 Monday to Friday • 8:30

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Mechanical Shop • 504 Washington St.

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Body Shop • N6824 St Helena Rd.

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Plus Auto Sales!

Horicon 602 Washington St, Horicon, WI 920-485-4555

Located at the new bridge in Horicon

Outside seating • Friday Fish Fry Homemade Stone Baked Pizza’s Broasted Chicken Wraps, salads, sandwiches & Appetizers Handicap Accessible • Area’s largest urinals Stop in for fun, friends and froth!

110 W Lake St Horicon WI 920-485-4241

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2015 Horicon Phoenix Program

Autumn Calendar of Events 8/15 Archie Powell and The Exports at the Discher Park Dance Hall 9/2 Fall Farmers Market: Open Mic Night 9/9 Fall Farmers Market: Musical performance by Spid Pieper 9/12 Spoken Word/Poetry Slam Night 9/16 Fall Farmers Market: Open Mic Night 9/23 Fall Farmers Market: Pumpkinfest 9/30 Fall Farmers Market: Open Mic Night 10/7 Fall Farmers Market Finale: Bonfire, S'mores, Apple Cider 10/10 4th Annual Horicon Phoenix Flyway 5k Run/Walk 10/10 Ace Race Disc Golf Tournament 10/31 Comedy Sportz Night/Halloween Bash 11/11 Winter Farmers Market 11/14 Horicon Phoenix Program Annual Dinner 12/9 Winter Farmers Market Schedule subject to change. www.horiconphoenix.com for info

Hand dipped ice creams, yogurts & sherbets Plus a full SNACK Menu!

Burgers • Hot Dogs • Pizzas Smoothies • Pretzels & More! 518 East Lake Street, Horicon, WI

920-485-2311

www.theicecreamstation.com Open 7 Days a Week in the Summer

Mon-Fri 11:30-9:30 Sat & Sun 12:00-9:30 • (Spring & Fall Hours Vary)


4th Annual Flyway 5k Run/Walk

Saturday October 10th Held at Riverbend Park $20 Registration: begins 7:00am Race begins 8:00am Register online at www.horiconphoenix.com

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 REGISTER AT 10 • PLAY AT 11 RIVERBEND PARK, HORICON $30 ENTRY FEE 1 ROUND - BEST SCORE WINS BONUS PACK FOR THE WINNERS #GROWTHESPORT Register online at www.horiconphoenix.com


Comedy Sportz Night ALL AGES EVENT FREE ADMISSION

With your Horicon Phoenix Membership (available on site)

AT THE DOOR

$10 Adults $5 Kids 12 and under Under 5 - Free

WHEN

Saturday, October 31, 2015 7pm - Refreshments available

WHERE

Discher Park Dance Hall

But what is Comedy Sportz速?

A Comedy Sportz速 Match is an awesomely exciting comedy show played as a sport! If you come to see Comedy Sportz速, you'll see one Referee and two teams of Players, one red and one blue, competing against each other in improv games based on the suggestions of the fans watching the match!

WWW.HORICONPHOENIX.COM

BENEFITING

Horicon Phoenix Program 2015 programs and projects


Progressive... Experienced... Caring...

Our mission is to provide high quality, individualized dental care. We will accomplish this through continuing education, modern technology and patient education provided within a personalized and friendly environment. We will faithfully serve our patients through the hands and minds of an excellent dental team.

Phone: 920.485.4831 501 East Lake Street Horicon, Wisconsin 53032 www.esserkruegerborja.com

e area’s number one source for local news published in print and online every ursday Take your Print or Digital Dodge County Pionier with you anywhere you go! E-edition on • iPad • Computer/Laptop • Kindle • Smartphone

920-387-2211 411 East Lake St., Horicon

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in Horicon Stihl Dealer Toro Power Dealer Interior & Exterior Paint Paint Sundries Electrical Supplies Sporting Goods Heating Supplies Plumbing Supplies Lawn & Garden Supplies Auto Supplies Building Materials

SERVICES OFFERED: Blade Sharpening Computer Paint Matching Keys Cut Drop Off Dry Cleaning Hunting & Fishing License Knife Sharpening Pipe Threading

Hwy 33 Liquor stocks the largest selection of craft beer that you can find in the area. We of course stock the big guys, Budweiser and Miller products, but we also carry a huge selection of the smaller breweries such as Lake Front Brewery and New Glarus. Hwy 33 Liquor also has a large Wine selection and also hosts many wine tastings throughout the year. And not to forget our ample selection of Liquors to include Jack Daniels, Little Black Dress Vodka's and all your friends from the Tequila family.

"Experience the Difference!!!"

626 Washington, Horicon 920-485-4688

M-F 8am-7pm • Sat. 8am-4:30pm • Sun. 10am-2pm

(920) 485-0458

306 Washington St. (HWY 33) Horicon, WI 53032


2015 Horicon Phoenix Membership Individual/Family  Member - $25 • Quarterly newsletter and notification of our events • Horicon Phoenix decal

 Member Plus - $50 • Member benefits and • Your choice of Horicon Phoenix swag (Jersey Street t-shirt, Horicon Phoenix t-shirt, Horicon Phoenix shopping bag, or Horicon Phoenix 2015 calendar)

 Supporter - $100 • Member Plus benefits and • Free admission to all Horicon Phoenix events with an admission charge

Become an official Sponsor of the Jersey Street Music Festival! All Jersey Street sponsorships include “Supporter” benefits and your logo posted on our website and the JSMF website.

 Parade Sponsor - $500

• Parade banner with your logo and sponsorship • Logo and sponsorship will be included in the JSMF printed program • Quarter page ad in our Horicon Rising publication

 Artist Sponsor - $1000 Business

All business sponsorships include “Supporter” benefits.

 Donor - $250 • Quarter page ad in our Horicon Rising publication • Your logo posted on our website

 Concert Sponsor - $500 • Half page ad in our Horicon Rising publication & mention on band pages • Your logo posted on our website and Sponsor Board

 Sustainer - $1000 • Full page ad in our Horicon Rising publication & mention on band pages • Your logo posted on our website and Sponsor Board

• Directly sponsor one of the bands playing the festival • Logo and sponsorship will be included in the JSMF printed program • Half page ad in our Horicon Rising publication

 Main Stage Sponsor - $2500 • Your logo printed on stage banner • Full page ad in the JSMF printed program • Full page ad in our Horicon Rising publication

 Festival Co-sponsor - $10,000 • Festival co-named with your business • Your business included in JSMF Charter Cable TV commercials • Full page ad in the JSMF printed program • Full page ad in our Horicon Rising publication

Horicon Phoenix Program, Ltd. • PO Box 42 • Horicon, WI 53032 • www.horiconphoenix.com


2015 Horicon Phoenix Membership Horicon Phoenix Plans for 2015: • Build a new foundation for the Discher Park Teen Center building. • Raise $30,000 for the second stage of our handicap accessible playground project to be installed in River Bend Park. • Bring a variety of new events to Horicon including Comedy Sportz, spoken word evenings and concerts in the Discher Park Dance Hall.

Name: Business Name: Address: City:

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E-mail: Please send form and checks payable to: Horicon Phoenix Program, Ltd. PO Box 42 Horicon, WI 53032

• Purchase and installation of a new ice rink and holiday lights display in River Bend Park. • The continuation of our exceptional Music At The Market summer concert series, our Horicon Farmers Market and fall and winter Farmers Markets. • Raise funds for the Gold Star Memorial Bike Trail. • Revitalize our downtown through real estate purchases and building renovations.

Making Horicon a better place to live.

www.HoriconPhoenix.com

Horicon Phoenix Program, Ltd. • PO Box 42 • Horicon, WI 53032 • www.horiconphoenix.com


welcome to

The Horicon Phoenix Program Our Mission

The Horicon Phoenix Program’s mission is to be a comprehensive economic and community revitalization program in the city of Horicon. Our group supports the local businesses, schools, civic organizations and environment with a special emphasis on respect, sustainability, friendship, and the benefits of enjoying life locally.

The Horicon Phoenix program is a Non-Profit Community Action Organization

www.horiconphoenix.com

Profile for Horicon Phoenix Program

Summer 2015 issue of Horicon Rising magazine  

Updated issue with new events and sponsors as well as updated calendar of events.

Summer 2015 issue of Horicon Rising magazine  

Updated issue with new events and sponsors as well as updated calendar of events.

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