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Mayville City Park - photo courtesy of Dawn Gindt


MEC is #1 for a Reason This is Our Community MEC is proud to support the communities where our employee shareholders live and work. Our company is built on a foundation of teamwork and trust and we are committed to being a leader in the community. MEC provides metal fabrication, tube bending and forming, performance structures, tanks, coatings and assemblies to leading OEMs. Continued focus on our customers has made MEC the nation’s leading fabrication company for the last 10 consecutive years, according to The FABRICATOR magazine. We are employee owned and are proud to have our headquarters in Mayville, Wisconsin. To learn more about MEC, our employee shareholders and the communities where we live and work, visit www.mecinc.com.

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Locally Owned

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Breakfast Served Any Time Carry Outs Always Available

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welcome to the city of mayville I would like to welcome you to the City of Mayville. If you are looking for outdoor adventure you have come to the right City. Situated on the banks of the Rock River for the past 175 years, Mayville has over 250 acres of parks and recreational activities. Whether you are interested in biking, hiking, golfing, canoeing or exploring; Mayville and the Horicon Marsh has what you are looking for. Make sure you visit our beautiful historic Downtown and check out the quaint businesses and shops. Our City is safe, friendly and enjoyable for you and your family. Come take a trip and see for yourself what Mayville has to offer.

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MAYVILLE index

Area Attractions, Museums & Recreation

Churches

Horicon Marsh

Christian Life Fellowship

Koepsell-Murray Funeral & Cremation Services 37

Mayville

Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center & Explorium

113 N Clark Street

N7725 Hwy 28, Horicon

16 S Main Street

920-387-7893

Find individual business ads by referencing circled page numbers.

301 N Walnut Street 920-387-5567

Gateway Community Church 53 920-387-4283

Horicon National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center

Immanuel Lutheran Church

W4279 Headquarters Rd, Mayville 920-387-2658

Mayville United Methodist Church

N8092 Coutry Road AY

Marsh Haven Nature Center W10145 St Hwy 49, Waupun 920-324-5818

Horicon Dodge County Ledge Park 27 N7408 Park Rd, Horicon 920-386-3700

Juneau

301 Furnace Street

N5350 Club Ground Road 920-386-0175

Mayville Kekoskee/Williamstown Historical Society

51A County Road Y South 920-904-2763

Mayville Golf Course 17 325 S German Street

920-387-9965

Mayville-Main Street 1 N German Street

920-387-5787

Mayville Limestone School Museum 14 215 N Main Street

920-387-2593

Beaver Dam 305 S Center Street

920-885-3111

Mayville 1056 N Main Street

920-387-5950

Chippy’s Popcorn Creations 18 920-885-2676 507 Madison Street

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

Iron Ridge

920-387-5710

Iron Ridge Inn Restaurant 19 131 S Main Street

City Resources

The Stand

Mayville-Main Street

119 S Main Street

Kekoskee

10 S Main Street

D&D Pub Pizza 18 41 Main Street

920-387-1167

Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce 25 Mayville Public Library 111 N Main Street

920-387-5776 50

920-387-7910

15 S School Street

920-387-7900

920-387-1087

The Meating Place 17 325 S German Street

920-387-9965

Sherwood Family Restaurant 3 920-387-1228

Mayville-Main Street The Audubon Hotel 52

Mayville Post Office 920-387-5350

Horicon American Family Insurance 31 920-485-2110

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 38 920-485-0722

45 N Main Street

920-387-9123

920-485-9472

Bonau-Whereatt American Legion Post 69 47 134 S Main Street

920-387-5410

Don Ramon Mexican Restaurant 56 39 S Main Street

920-387-9903

The Loft 44 16 S Main Street

920-387-4283

The Open Door Coffeehouse 54 20 S Main Street

Horicon Bank 12 1440 Horicon Street

920-387-9999

Mayville

1145 Horicon Street

Mayville City Hall 28

920-387-3348

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Main Street Mayville, Inc. 41

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302 S German Street 920-387-2920 ext. 337

102 Main Street

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1390 B Horicon Street

Beaver Dam

920-387-3568

St. Mary’s Catholic Church

308 E Lake Street

Mayville Tire 16

920-387-2400

TSB Bank 37

920-387-3880

Financial, legal & Professional

Beaver Dam Tire 26

44 N Main Street

Food, Drink & Entertainment

7 N School Street

AUTOMOTIVE

920-387-2310

QBS Law, S.C. 48

450 Bridge Street

10 S Main Street

Mayville Historical Society Carriage Factory Museum 20

200 S Main Street

St. John’s Lutheran Church

16 S Walnut Street

Ox-Bo Marine 26

920-387-5363

920-387-4440

Mayville Savings Bank 51

Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce | 920.387.5776 | www.mayvillechamber.com

920-644-2130


Mayville Park Pavilion

The Natural Way 45 35 S Main Street

Sidelines Tap 51 111 S Main Street Sweet Peas 53

920-387-9899 920-744-5795

Theresa

Horicon

Widmer’s Cheese Cellars 26

SureFire 29

214 W Henni Street

617 Washington Street

Mayville

4 S Main Street

920-387-3410

Jaime’s Clubhouse, Inc. 21 409 Degner Avenue

health & fitness

920-387-2312

Mayville Rotary Club 23

Mayville Back In Action 39 N8218 Hwy 28

Miscellaneous

mayvillerotary.org

920-382-1301

Schools

Kekoskee St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran School 23 Main Street

920-387-4043

Mayville

Immanuel Lutheran School

N8076 County Highway AY 920-387-2158

920-387-9000

Retail

Mayville High School

Hometown Pharmacy 37 920-644-2080 1448 Horicon Street

Burnett

500 N Clark Street

Joyous Living Counseling Services 53 920-210-9645 26 S Main Street TAG Center Aquatic and Fitness Center (Ted and Grace Bachhuber ) 35 1700 Breckenridge Street 920-387-7988

Lake Country Corporation 13 800-472-5720

Mayville Engineering Company, Inc. 2 715 South Street

920-387-4500

Metalcraft of Mayville 55 1000 Metalcraft Drive

920-387-3150

Seneca 18 500 S Clark Street

920-387-2500

Iron Ridge Iron Ridge Inn Motel 19 920-387-4090

Mayville The Audubon Hotel 52 45 N Main Street

LeRoy Meats of Horicon 31 85 Washington Street

920-485-2554

Loose Ends Yarn Shop 28 308 Lake Street

920-210-8726

42 S Main Street

920-382-9221

Jon Jacobs Company 44 115 S Main Street

920-644-2157

Mayville Vintage Marketplace 45 102 S Main Street 920-889-1184 The Natural Way 35 S Main Street

445 N Henninger Street

920-387-7970

Mayville School District Administration Office N8210 Highway 28

920-387-7963

Parkview Learning Center 259 Oak Street

920-387-7973

St. John’s Lutheran School - LCMS 520 Bridge Street

D&L Resale & Liquidation LLC 44

920-387-7960

Mayville Middle School

920-387-4310

St. Mary’s School 28 Naber Street

920-387-2920 ext. 328

Salons, Spas & Massage 126 Bridge Street

920-644-2240

Edge Salon & Spa 46

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920-387-9899

The Open Door Coffeehouse 54 920-644-2130

101 N Main Street

920-387-1200

Rustic Roots 48 1 N Main Street

920-382-6966

Posie 42

Technology

125 S Main Street

Genesis Computer Systems 43

The Tinker Shoppe 45 103 S Main Street

Beauty Boutique 49

124 N Main Street

920-659-0426

262-689-7865

Mayville-West Side 920-485-9472

Mayville Inn 21 701 S Mountin Drive

920-210-1597

Horicon

20 S Main Street

Lodging 129 S Main Street

N8981 State Rd 26

Mayville-Main Street

industry 721 River Knoll Drive

A&M Quality CBD Products 19

920-488-2503

920-387-1234

Mayville Piggly Wiggly 5 1440 Horicon Street

920-387-3220

True Value Home & Hardware 15 1020 Horicon Street

920-387-2068

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GateWay to the hoRicon MaRSh WELCOME to Historic Mayville... charming, industrious and full of great people that make the community special. We are located on the Rock River in Dodge County, Wisconsin; the historic gateway to the Horicon Marsh. You will be captivated by our ease of life and thoroughly enjoyable setting. Enjoy this sportsman and naturalist’s paradise where fishing, hunting and birding, exploring and hiking are all leisure activities throughout the area and the renowned Horicon Marsh.

gone by and our surprising local industrial enterprises in the city of today. Browse our Historic Downtown or the West Side, both with a blend of unique shops, services, restaurants and inns.

Stroll along walks bordering the Rock River and through our community filled with homes featuring preservation efforts, and a variety of architectural styles.

Experience our community by attending our festivals and celebrations throughout the year. From celebrating our Nation’s Independence at Rock N Boom to the annual fall migration of Canada Geese at Audubon Days there is always plenty of family fun!

Explore the past as you visit two museums rich in historic artifacts. Explore photography and memorabilia from the ironworks of our years

Return to Mayville where natural beauty, historical sites and friendly and industrious people await you throughout the year.

Photo courtesy of Dawn Gindt

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GOLD STAR MEMORIAL TRAIl

Photo courtesy of Kari Karnitz

Phase one of the Gold Star Memorial Trail (GTMT) is a non-motorized trail can be used by the public year-round for running, walking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. The 10-footwide 2.1-mile paved trail starts in Mayville’s Theiler Park off Hwy TW and is mainly located along Hwy 28 to the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitors Center.

Donations for future trail phases and other trail enhancements can be made to Friends of Dodge County Parks, in care of the Gold Star Memorial Trail, P.O. Box 72, Juneau, WI. 53039. More information and updates are available at GoldStarMemorialTrailWI.org.

Trail Bikes can be rented at True Value Home

and Hardware, 1020 Horicon Street Mayville The ultimate concept of the GSMT is to connect the City of Mayville to the City of Beaver Dam " ) through additional phases of the " ) " ) GOLD STAR MEMORIAL TRAIL £ ¢ project. Currently, the Horicon CONCEPT MAYVILLE TO BEAVER DAM Marsh Education and Visitor " ) " ) Center trails do not permit bike " ) " ) riding. However, walking a bike P on the southern Bachhuber Trail O " ) " ) " ) 1 through the Horicon Marsh will " ) O P O P 5 get bikers to Palmatory Point, " ) " ) O P " which then connects to the City ) " ) of Horicon GSMT route (phase 4 " ) " ) " ) O P " ) 4). This route is marked with O P O P O P signs and goes from Palmatory £ ¢ ") " ) Point on city streets to the O P west side of Horicon to Whitty " ) " ) " ) " ) Park, which will serve as the " ) " ) " ) connection point for the next " ) # TRAILHEADS --- Existing or Proposed PHASE 1 TRAIL (2.1 MILES) Marsh Education & Visitor Center " ) ) --- Theiler Park-Mayville to Horicon " phase of the project from the " ) )Whitty Park-Horicon PHASES 2-3 TRAIL (~ 10 MILES) ---" to Vo-Tech Park-Beaver Dam PHASE 4 TRAIL (2.1 MILES) --- City of Horicon"Road Marsh Palmatory Point to Whitty Park PRoutes: Horicon " ) ) O City of Horicon to the City of ) PHASE 5 TRAIL (1.3 MILES) --- Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center to Horicon " Marsh Palmatory Point " ) Beaver Dam. CI

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MAYVILLE CALENDAR OF EVENTS june

3 Concert in the Park: Mark Croft Duo 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm sponsored by Rock n’ Boom and Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce

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Concert in the Park: Acoustic Grove 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm sponsored by Rock n’ Boom and Main Street Mayville

12 6th Annual Rotary Bierfest at the Mayville Park Pavilion 17 Concert in Foster Park: All In 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm sponsored by Rock n’ Boom and Froemming Foundation

21-27 Mayville Public Library Summer Reading Kick-off: Animal Fair

Week Summer Reading is now for all ages: Children, teens, and adults! Join the Animal Fair Scavenger Hunt--look for animal posters in Mayville businesses and get a chance to win a prize! Special treats and activities at the library all week. See library website for details. FREE

24 Concert in the Park: Redfish Remix 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm Sponsored by Rockn’ Boom and Bo’s Heavenly Clubhouse

30 See David Stokes, the Animal Dude. Hosted by Mayville Public

Library, 1:30 pm. Animal presentation for all ages. See library website or call 920-387-7910 for location. FREE

july 3

Mayville Rock ‘n Boom Celebration in the Park- Baseball, Bands, Fireworks! Music by Acoustic Grove Grove from 5:00 pm- 8:00 pm and Dexter Road from 8:30 pm- 12:30 am.

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Baggin’ for a Cure fundraiser

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See Mr. Steve, the Master Facilitator of Fun. 12:30 pm The whole family will giggle with Steve as he presents a program that includes music, magic, ballooning and more! See the Mayville Public Library website or call 920-387-7910 for location. FREE

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EMS Annual Golf Outing at the Mayville Golf Club

Mad Scientist: Fire and Ice. Interact with the Mad Scientist and see his impressive science experiments. 1:30 pm at the Mayville Pavilion (Hosted by the Mayville Public Library). FREE

Ongoing Events

The L.O.F.T. - Each Friday night 4:00 - 8:00 pm. A safe and fun place for youth in grades 6-12 to hang out. HUGE game room, food, library, crafts & MORE! Facebook.com/the LOFT at Gateway. Gateway Community Church 16 S. Main St.

Mayville Public Library-Summer Teen DIY Craft

4:00 pm: June 29, July 21, August 18 (For ages 12-18) FREE

Mayville Public Library-Genealogy Round Table

every 4th Thursday of the month, except for holidays. Check the Library website to verify meeting. FREE Mayville Public Library-Adult Book Club, every 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 pm. Register on the Mayville Library website or call 920-387-7910. Pick up each month’s title at the Library. FREE 10

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august

6 Sizzling Summer Shindig - Main Street Mayville 11 Learn to draw with DanGogh.Art! Learn the basics of drawing

cartoon people and Manga art. 4:30 pm. See the Mayville Public Library website or call 920-387-7910 for location. FREE

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Free Comic Book Day: Get a free comic book at the Mayville Public Library, open from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. FREE

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Summer Reading Grand Finale Prize Drawing at the Mayville Public Library. Join us for crafts, treats, and activities. The Prize drawing will start at 11:00 am. FREE

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Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing at the Mayville Golf Club

september 18 28

Audubon Days Big Bucks! Main Street Mayville

october 30

Trick or Treat- Main Street Mayville

november

21-22 Widows Weekend – Main Street Mayville 27 Small Business Saturday Retail Events - Main Street Mayville

december 4 14

“It’s a Wonderful Life on Main” Events and Parade Gateway Church Community Wide Christmas Celebration. 6:30pm Mayville Park Pavilion Live music - Contemporary & Classic Christmas Carols. Refreshments. Everyone is welcome!

april 2022 9 17

Easter Basket Hunt Gateway Community Church Easter Service -10 am Continental Breakfast, Live Music, Children’s program Everyone is welcome, held at the Mayville Pavilion.

Ongoing Events

Mayville Farmers Market - Thursday afternoons in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Parking Lot at 1028 Horicon Street

Mayville Limestone School Museum

Open 2nd and 4th Sundays each month May- Oct. 1:30-4:30 pm.

Carriage Factory Museum

Open 2nd and 4th Sundays each month May-Oct. 1:30-4:30 pm. Rotary Kayaks available free to use by the Park Pavilion Rotary Bikes available for rent at True Value Home and Hardware Coming Soon- Rotary Frisbee Golf 9-hole course in the Mayville Park near Lions Point

Horicon National Wildlife Center Visitor Center

Subject to Covid Regulations

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MAYVILLE Limestone School museum 215 North Main Street, Mayville 920-387-2593 Free admission on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month May-October from 1:30pm - 4:30pm In 1857-1858, after almost ten years of existence in a small frame schoolhouse, the people of Mayville decided to build a larger school to accommodate a growing population. A stone structure forty by sixty feet was erected, which was at that time one of the finest school buildings in the state. White limestone used for the school building came from local area stone quarries. Edward J. Foster, Ernst A. Muzzy, R.S. Chapman, and Miss Adra Reynolds were the first teachers in the new building.

In 1876, because of the growing population due to the success of the local iron smelting industry, a seventyfoot addition, nearly identical in design to the original building, was added on the south end. Local mason Friedrich Fischer, was the master builder. A new pillared portico and cupola gave it a grand statehouse appearance. The original school bell, donated by T. Sherin in 1857, was moved to the new tower and rang out for many years. This bell is now on display inside the building. In 1890, the school board decided to add steam heat to the school building. In 1937, as part of a WPA project, the area beneath the school was excavated for a full basement with two large rooms and indoor toilets.

For a period of time after the school closed in 1981, the Mayville Chamber of Commerce had their office located in the building. In March of 1982, the White Limestone School Restoration Corporation was formed. The Articles of Incorporation were signed by George Walk, president: Thomas Zuelsdorf, vice-president; Mary Ann Treichel, secretary, and Evaline Boeck, treasurer. In February of 2000, the name was officially changed to the “Mayville Limestone School Museum, Inc.” The Limestone School Building has been listed on the National Registry of Historic Places since 1976. In 2007, the museum proudly celebrated the 150th birthday of the building. Museum Exhibits include: Iron Country; this exhibit features the iron mining and smelting history of Dodge County. Edgar G. Mueller Gallery; explore many of Edgar’s photos of the Mayville Area and the Horicon Marsh in this exhibit. Animal Room; this room houses a large collection of African and American wild game mounts. Mayville Talent Room; this exhibit honors the lives, talents and contributions of Mayville Citizens. Charles Henderson Collection of Indian Relics. This collection is comprised of hundreds of Native American arrowheads and hammer heads that were gathered from Dodge and surrounding counties. Rock River League Baseball Hall of Fame; An exhibit of many baseball trophies and other bits of baseball memorabilia from area teams and players in the Rock River League. Classrooms of the Past; explore three recreated classrooms of the past including exhibits of the late 1800’s and 1940-1950’s. Visit the museum website for more information: www.mlsm.org. The museum is located at the corner of Main and Buchanan Streets.

Mayville’s “White Limestone School” building was used as a public school for 121 years, from 1857-1964 and 19671981. From 1880-1898, the school served as both the grammar school and high school. The first high school principal was J. M. Turner. In 1883, after a three-year course of study, Emma Garling, Addie Williams, and Rudolph Sauerhering were the first graduates. In 1968, due to some deterioration, the cupola was removed from the building. In 1997, 29 years later, a replica of the original 35 foot tall cupola was restored to the building. This restoration project was financed by Ted Bachhuber and was dedicated in his memory. Ted passed away March 3, 1997. In 2007, following a fundraiser the museum replaced the plywood surrounding the cupola due to rotting wood.

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brand new public biking trail! The Gold Star Memorial Trail is open and Mayville True Value offers Bike Rentals!

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mayvillE veteran’s memorial

Everything Automotive. At Mayville Tire Co, we understand that car troubles can be a headache, and we’re focused on getting the job done right so you can get back on the road. At Mayville Tire Co you can expect: • Knowledgeable, certified technicians • Speedy, on-the-spot service • Top-quality tires like Goodyear, Dunlop, and Kelly. • Services you need in terms you understand

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Mayville Veteran’s Memorial is located just north of the Mayville Park Pavilion on the Rock River in City Park. The curved wall, with engraved granite panels, honors area veterans.

The Meating Place at the Mayville Golf Course

“The Course with a View” WE OFFER: • A public 18 hole golf course with breathtaking views, a mix of ornamental & shade trees for beauty along with challenging shots throughout the course. • On-site executive chef serving lunch & dinner 7 days a week. • Banquet facilities for events such as weddings, “business meetings”, outings, anniversaries... you name it! • Outside wrap-around deck with dining options. • Ceremony site for weddings overlooking the beautiful greens. For your next round of golf, outing, wedding or other event, visit the The Meating Place at the Mayville Golf Course one of Dodge County’s hidden gems. Also keep up-todate on our specials, tournaments, leagues and events by liking us on Facebook.

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www.senecafoods.com PO Box 27 500 S. Clark St., Mayville 920-387-2500 Farm Fresh Goodness Made Great We provide safe and nutritious fruit and vegetable products that are valued and enjoyed by families everywhere.

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carriage factory museum

1 North German Street, Mayville, WI 53050 www.mayvillehistoricalsociety.org Free Admission Open 2nd and 4th Sundays each month May - October from 1:30pm - 4:30pm

and die operation there until 1967. Then James Gilboy purchased the facility but never occupied it. Ted and Grace Bachhuber donated funds to enable the Mayville Historical Society to buy the building. The Hollenstein Carriage Factory consists of the main wagon factory with attached farm shop and house. The two buildings to the north are the Firehouse and the Brunke Cigar factory. Both were moved to the museum grounds in 1978.

The museum of the Mayville Historical Society occupies what once was the home and workplace of John Hollenstein and family. Hollenstein came to the Mayville area in 1873, where they worked a small farm. Hollenstein started making wagons and carriages with blacksmith William Albrecht in a building on North Main Street. Today, the Hollenstein House contains antique furnishings, clothing and pictures plus special exhibits, including vintage clothing and historic infants’ and children’s parapernalia. Hollenstein set up his own wagon and carriage business, erecting a factory east of his home. He operated his shop until 1908, and then sold it to his son, John Hollenstein Jr., who continued the business until 1941. Anton Jagow purchased the factory building in 1945. He made and repaired farm wagons, built wooden truck bodies, wooden folding chairs and other items. Algot Streed bought the building in 1953 and ran the tool 20

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The museum displays several wagons, carriages and sleighs made in the factory; in addition to these, we have an old bank interior (Knowles), military displays, a mounted eagle that Harley Davidson photographed for some of their advertising, printing press equipment, a dentist’s office, and a lot of Mayville marked items from yesteryear. We also have many pictures and maps showing the early history of Mayville.

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Child Care Learning & Development Center • •

All Teachers State Licensed and CPR & First Aid Trained/ Certified. 2 Weeks-13 Years

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1700 Breckenridge St. (TAG Center) Mayville, WI 53050

409 Degner Avenue, Mayville, WI 53050

920-387-7988

920-387-2312

Where Fun & Learning Go Hand ‘N’ Hand

School-A ge Summer Programs

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• Private Whirlpool Rooms • Deluxe Rooms and Suites • European Bar • Free High Speed Internet • Golf Packages Available

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For reservations please book online at www.mayvilleinn.com

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Horicon marsh explorium

Photo courtesy of Kari Karnitz

Guests will have a unique opportunity to travel through time as they explore some of the exciting new features on display at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center in Horicon, Wisconsin. Long before Horicon Marsh achieved international status as an important bird and wildlife area and a destination for outdoor recreation, glaciers carved a basin where a wetland would one day form. Today, guests of Horicon Marsh’s Explorium can get a glimpse of life at Horicon Marsh thousands of years before European settlement and witness how the current wetland came to be. The experience is narrated by a Clovis point arrowhead, that keeps visitors company throughout the journey as they view, listen to, touch, and even smell exhibits that document the changes to the marsh over time. Videos and interactive displays greet guests at every turn, encouraging audiences of any age to learn more about the history and ecology of Horicon Marsh. A wooly mammoth replica that children are free to touch and climb represents wildlife that roamed the land during the Ice Age and also served as an important food source for early Native Americans. Relics from the age of European settlement as well as modern hunting and trapping equipment illustrate the marsh’s popularity as a waterfowl hunting site.

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Games encourage visitors to learn about wildlife identification. Viewers can also gain a singularly thrilling perspective on the management and conservation activities currently occurring on the marsh before heading out to enjoy it for themselves. N7725 Hwy 28, Horicon • horiconmarsh.org General Admission - $6.00 Students (5 - 17) - $4.00 Children (4 and under) - Free Super Saver Pass- $15.00 (2 adults and 2 Students) Individual Annual Pass- $15.00 (ID required) Individuals identified as members of the Friends Group – Individual Annual Pass - $10.00 Self-guided organized youth groups or groups in conjunction with room reservation - $25.00 minimum or $2.00/individual Individuals possessing a current conservation patron license as issued under s. 29.235 are exempt from the fee requirements.

As of May 2021 the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center is still closed due to Covid-19. The trails are open during daylight hours for you to explore while keeping safe social distance from others. Continue to check www.horiconmarsh.org for updates on opening date and hours.

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Mayville Rotary Kayaks

at Mayville City Park 475 Park Rd. Mayville, WI 53050 No Charge. First come first served. mayvillekayaks.com

Bicycle Rentals Available

True Value Hardware 1020 Horicon St. Mayville, WI 53050 Ph# (920) 387-2068 ww3.truevalue.com/mayvillebftv/ There is a refundable deposit required, but the rentals are free. Both of these amenities were provided by the Mayville Rotary Club.

Rotary is where neighbors, friends and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders and take action to create lasting change. Please join us! See Mayville Rotary Club on Facebook. For more information call 920-318-6342

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PARKS & COMMUNITY FACILITIES

City Park

Mayville Senior Center

West of Fireman’s Field on the Rock River (Park Street)

330 N Walnut Street

Fireman’s Field

Park Pavilion

Adjacent to City Park, Lion’s Park and the Mayville Golf Course (Evergreen Drive and Park Street)

Foster Park North Main Street

gold star memorial trail

Begins at Theiler Park and travels west along HWY 28, non-motorized trail

lion’s Park Hwy 67 south of town

Lion’s Point South of City Park and Fireman’s Field along the Rock River (Park St.) Includes playground area, volleyball court & shelters

Malthouse Grounds

475 Park Street

Ribbens Park Dunn Road Includes 2 soccer fields

ROTARY Park Rear N. Main St. behind the Great 98 Radio Station Picnic shelter, pier on the river and boat launch

TAG center Aquatics and Fitness Center (Ted & Grace Bachhuber) 1700 Breckenridge Street (920-387-7988)

Theiler Park County Hwy TW. Includes 3 softball fields

Walnut Street and Breckenridge Street Features one softball field

Tower Park

May Park

Veterans Memorial Park

East of the railroad tracks at the corner of Ruedebusch and Degner. Offers tennis courts, playground and shelter

Mayville Golf course 325 S German Street 18-Hole Golf Course along the Rock River (920-387-9965)

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Ziegler Park Kekoskee Street - Includes 1 baseball field and walking trails through the wooded portion of the park near the Rock River

Wag n Tag Mayville Dog Park 1700 Breckenridge Street

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Members take the opportunity to network, share knowledge, and make a difference through area youth mentorship programs, and other leadership experiences. An investment in the Chamber can be your resource for promotions, advertising, and business contacts. Let’s make your voice heard in our business community.

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RETAIL SALES:

214 W. Henni St • P.O. Box 127 • Theresa, WI 53091-0127

Mon-Sat 7am-5pm Sunday 10am to 3pm June-October Watch cheese being made from our store 7am to 11am We Ship Anywhere in the US Year Round

920-386-0175

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Everything Automotive.

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At Beaver Dam Tire and Service, Inc., we understand that car troubles can be a headache, and we’re focused on getting the job done right so you can get back on the road. At Beaver Dam Tire and Service, Inc. yyou can expect: xpect: • Knowledgeable, certified technicians • Speedy, on-the-spot service • Top-quality tires like Goodyear,, Dunlop, and Kelly. • Services you need in terms you understand

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schools The Mayville School District is ranked among the top school districts in Wisconsin, demonstrating excellence in state test scores in comparison to other districts. Mayville students test above the state average in math, science, language arts and social studies.

Grades K-2 - Parkview Elementary located at 259 Oak St., Mayville, Wi 53050 PH: 920-387-7973 ext. 2001

Mayville School’s are passionate about providing the best education possible for our students.This is achieved through a rigorous academic program, a supportive environment and excellent staff. It is the vision of Mayville Schools to meet the diverse needs of our learners with an ever-changing community and world creating an adaptive and responsive system of learning that is meaningful for all.

Grades 9-12 - Mayville High School located at 500 N. Clark St., Mayville, WI 53050 PH: 920-387-7960

4K - The Mayville School District works collaboratively with three local child care providers and preschools to offer 4K: St. Mary’s, St. John’s and Jaime’s Clubhouse. Each site has a highlyqualified, DPI-certified teacher who receives professional development and curriculum resources from the district. For information call Becky LeBouton, 4K Coordinator and Parkview Principal at 920-387-7973 x2002.

Grades 3-8 - Mayville Middle School located at 445 N. Henninger St., Mayville, WI 53050 PH: 920-387-7970

Parochial Schools in Mayville

Grades 3K-8 St. John’s Lutheran School located at 520 Bridge St., Mayville, WI 53050 PH: 920-387-4310 Grades 3K-2 St. Mary’s Catholic School located at 28 Naber St., Mayville, WI 53050 PH: 920-387-2920 ext. 328 Grades 3K-8 Immanuel Ev. Lutheran School located at N8092 County Road AY, Mayville, WI 53050 PH: 920-387-5363

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Students at Mayville High School can explore their interests through a wide variety of course offerings, as well as through numerous clubs and activities.

Keeping Mayville CoMfortable SinCe 1947

Since 1947, we’ve been providing this area with quality products from Lennox and other fine manufacturers. And offering quality product lines is just the beginning. Because no matter how well made a product is, the comfort, reliability and energy efficiency it provides depends on the company that stands behind that product.

Residential & Commercial • Service & Maintenance • Furnaces • Air Conditioners • Emergency Service 24/7

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government

City Government -

The city of Mayville is located in Dodge County, Wisconsin, along the Rock River and next to the Horicon Marsh. The 2020 estimated population of Mayville was 5,069. The Common Council is made up of elected officials, which consist of the mayor and six alderpersons who represent the various wards in the city. The municipal building houses the city business offices, Common Council Chambers and Police Department and is located at 15 S. School Street. To contact any of the city departments or personnel call 920-387-7900 or visit mayvillecity.com.

Fire Department - Mayville has a professionally trained volunteer fire department. They are “Dedicated to Service” in all aspects of rescue, fire prevention and suppression, and control of hazardous situations. The fire department is located at 522 Horicon St. For emergency situations call 911. Their non-emergency number is 920-387-7909. Police Department - Mayville has a professional full-time police department providing 24 hour dispatching for the city. Mayville has 911 Emergency Response lines. The non-emergency line is 920-3877903. Their physical address is 25 S. School St.

EMS - Mayville EMS is located at 102 Mill Place. They are independent from the local fire departments, but work closely with them. Mayville EMS is licensed as an Advanced EMT which allows for IV starts and critical lifesaving medications to be given in the field and during transport. This team of 36 members is ready to provide lifesaving care to those in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Utilities - Electric and Gas are supplied by Alliant Energy from a multiple source transmission system, which ensures low-cost, reliable service. The office is located in Beaver Dam. The number for residence service is 800-255-4268 or 1-800-ALLIANT. Water

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water and wastewater utilities. The water utility includes service to more than 2000 customers with 31 miles of water main, over 325 fire hydrants, 4 wells with iron filtration and chlorine addition. The wastewater utility services the same customers with approximately 30 miles of collection mains, 6 lift stations, and a 1.2 million gallon per day extended aeration wastewater treatment facility. For assistance call 920-387-7906 ext. 1224.

Department of Public Works -

The Department of Public Works provides maintenance services to the City of Mayville. These maintenance services include street repair, snow plowing, street lighting, traffic signals, waste water sewer maintenance, and dam repair. DPW also coordinates efforts for brush and leaf pick up and bulk material drop off. For assistance call 920.387.7900 ext. 1216.

Parks & Recreation/TAG Center -

The Mayville Parks and Recreation Department/Tag Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of Mayville and the surrounding areas by providing recreational and facility needs for the community. The City offers 200 acres of public parks along with the 60,000 sq. ft. TAG Aquatic, Fitness and Recreation Center for the community’s enjoyment. The Parks & Recreation Commission consists of one member of the Council or its representative, and five citizen members appointed by the Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council. To contact the parks department call 920-387-7988.

Civic Clubs and Organizations -

Mayville hosts a number of hobby, cultural, civic and service organizations. Service clubs include Rotary, Lions, and the American Legion. There is also Mayville Historical Society, Rock River Archeology Society, Friends of Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center, Horicon Marsh Bird Club and several sports related clubs and groups to be part of. Mayville also is home to the Marais Players and Mayville Children’s Theater.

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Horicon Retail: 85 Washington St. Horicon, WI 53032 920-485-2554 Ext 1

Fox Lake Retail: 739 W. State St. Fox Lake, WI 53933 920-485-2554 Ext 2

We ship cheese & smoked sausages products anywhere in the U.S. Over 100 varieties of homemade sausage & over 100 cheeses from local cheese makers

Our smoked meats and sausages have won numerous awards including

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Public Buildings 1 2 3 4 5 6

City Hall/Police Department (F6) Fire Department (E6) Park Pavilion (F8) Public Library (F6) Senior Center (E5) US Post Office (F6)

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Mayville High School (D3) Mayville Middle School (D4) Ray Dunn Field (D3) Parkview Primary School (E7) St. John’s Lutheran School (E6) St. Mary’s Catholic School (G6)

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City Park/Hiking Trail (F8) Firemen’s Field (G8) Foster Park (F5) Malt House Grounds (E4) Mayville Golf Club/Course (G7) Ribbens Memorial Park (G10) May Park (E7) TAG Aquatic & Fitness Center (B4) Theiler Park (A6) Gold Star Memorial Trail Tower Park (G6) Ziegler Park/Hiking Trail (D2) Veteran’s Memorial Park (F6)

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Historical Society Museum (F6) Limestone School Museum (F5) River Knoll Industrial Park (E2) South Industrial Park (D9)

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Christian Life Fellowship (C6) Gateway Community Church (F6) St. John’s Lutheran Church (E6) St. Mary’s Catholic Church (G7) St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (E6) United Methodist Church (F5)

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RecReation Make it

Mayville Stroll along walks bordering the Rock River and through our community filled with multi-use public green spaces. Enjoy this sportsman and naturalist’s paradise where fishing, hunting, birding, exploring and hiking are all activities enjoyed in the area.

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coMMunity Make it

Mayville Experience our community and enjoy family fun at all of our festivals such as Rock’n Boom and Sizzlin Summer Shindig in the summer, Audubon Days in the fall and It’s a Wonderful Life in the winter.

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Five Convenient Locations to Serve You BOUTIQUE & GIFTS

• Greeting card & gift department • Clothing, jewelry & handbags • Seasonal/holiday decorations & more!

PRESCRIPTIONS & MORE • Prescription refills • Custom med box packaging • Proactive health & wellness supplements & nutraceuticals

Mayville

920-387-4440

Beaver Dam 920-885-5291 920-885-6600

Columbus

920-623-3150

Horicon

920-485-2217

Reeseville

920-927-5502

1448 Horicon Street Mayville, WI 53050 PHONE: (920) 644-2080

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For You. For Now. For the Future. ATM Locations at Lomira, Mayville & Theresa Offices

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LOMIRA 695 East Avenue 920.269.7777 MAYVILLE 1390B Horicon Street 920.387.4800 THERESA 113 N. Milwaukee Street 920.488.3604 M-TH 8:30-5:00 / F 8:30-6:00 / Sat 8:30-12:00 NMLS #458675. Make it Mayville, WI | 2021/2022 Mayville Guide

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LODGING • DINING • ATTRACTIONS Lodging & Camping Mayville Inn

701 S Mountain Drive 920-387-1234 mayvilleinn.com

Dining

The Open Door Coffeehouse

20 S Main Street 920-644-2130 mayvilleopendoor.org

Sherwood Family Restaurant

45 N Main Street 920-485-9472 HotelOnTheMarsh.com

1145 Horicon Street 920-387-1228 Sherwood-family-restaurant. Business.site

Honey Bee Inn (Horicon) 611 E Walnut St, Horicon 920-485-4855 honeybeein.com

35 S Main Street 920-387-9899 facebook.com/The-Natural-Way-WI

Iron Ridge Inn (Iron Ridge)

New China

Audubon Hotel & Events

129 S Main Street, Iron Ridge 920-387-4090 ironridgeinn.com

Cornerstone Crossing

The Natural Way

101 S Main Street 920-387-0288 1740749.wixsite.com/newchinarestaurant

936 Metalcraft Drive 262-707-4045 cornerstonecrossingretreatandresort .com

Don Ramon Mexican

Ledge Park Camping

Richie’s Up Ur Alley’s

39 S Main Street 920-387-9903 donramonrestaurants.com

N7403 Park Road, Horicon 920-386-3700 dodgeparks.com

25 S Main Street 920-644-2545 Richie-alley.edan.io

The Playful Goose Campground

Cardinal Lanes

2001 Main Street, Horicon 920-485-4774 playfulgoose.com

Rock River Retreat

(cottage Rental) W4943 County Rd S, Horicon 435-659-0603 rockriverretreatwi.com

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Subway

1030 Horicon Street 920-387-3400 restaurants.Subway.com

The Feed Mill

W2179 Cty Rd Y, Lomira 920-583-4566 feedmillknowles.wordpress.com

The Marsh Inn

23 Cty Rd Y, Mayville 920-387-2555 facebook.com/marsh.inn.1

The Wisco

W3295 Cty Rd Y 920-583-4351 thewiscosupperclub.com

Attractions The Mayville Golf Club

325 S German Street 920-387-2999 mayvillegolfcourse.com

TAG Aquatic & Fitness Center

1700 Breckenridge Street 920-387-7988 mayvilletagcenter.com

Wagon and Carriage Factory

31 N Main Street 920-387-3915 danskingpin.com

1 N German Street 920-387-3256 mayvillehistoricalsociety.org

The Meeting Place

White Limestone Building

325 S German Street 920-387-2999 mayvillegolfcourse.com

215 N Main Street 920-937-0122 mlsm.org

Sidelines Tap

Horicon Marsh Explorium

111 S Main Street 920-744-5795 facebook.com/SidelinesTap53050

N7725 Hwy 28 920-387-7893 horiconmarsh.org

McDonalds

Ledge Park

1157 Horicon Street 920-387-3023 mcdonalds.com

N7403 Park Road Horicon 920-386-3700 co.dodge.wi.gov

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doWntoWn Make it

Mayville We invite you to slow down and embrace our historic charm. Browse our Historic Downtown or the West Side, both with a blend of unique shops, services, restaurants and inns.

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Welcome to... Main Street Mayville

Main Street Mayville was designated as a Wisconsin Main Street community by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, joining other communities that have demonstrated a sustained commitment to revitalizing commercial districts. We are proud to have been named a Main Street Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

We invite you to Mayville, an exciting place to shop, work, live and play.

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sunday: 11-2pm, monday: closed, tuesday-thursday: 11-6pm, friday-: 10-6 + saturday: 10-4pm

flowersandgray.com

A small town boutique of clothes, home decor and tasty treats.

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Enjoy family fun events in downtown Mayville.

Home Services

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business services • Emergencies • Voice Over IP (VoIP) • Networking • Servers • Design & Engineering • Preventative Maintenance • Wireless • And More!

• Laptop & Computer Repair • Computer Upgrades • OS Restore • In-Home Computer Service • New Computers • General Diagnostics • Virus Repair • Backup/Restore • Data Recovery • And More! We offer several consulting options for business and education. We will find a plan that fits both your needs and budget! All plans will be customized specifically for your business.

www.GenesisComputer.net

www.genesiscs.net

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Goldsmith & Fine Jewelry

D&L RESALE & LIQUIDATION LLC

Diamonds, Gemstones, Jewelry Repair, Custom Designs

We Buy & Consign Merchandise

Jewelry Tools Bow Hunting Guitars Fishing Pole Model Cars Electronics Bow And Arrows Model Car Fishing Guitars Antiques 42 South Main Street, Mayville, WI

920-382-9221 Closed Sundays and Mondays

Jon Jacobs Company 115 S. Main St., Mayville Appointments Call: 920.644.2157 Cell: 262.376.2089 • Email: jonjacobsco.com

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Natural Medicines • Eatery Healthy Foods • Vitamins & Herbs Organic Produce • Skin Care Products

Board Games Card Games Models Diorama Supplies Rockets • Gemstones Toys • Puzzles Pine Car and More!

New Store Hours:

35 S. Main Street, Mayville

Tues 10:30 to 2:30, Wed 10:30 to 5, Thurs 10:30 to 5, Fri 10:30 to 6, Sat 10 to 2.

920-387-9899

103 S. Main Street • Mayville, WI

The Natural Way - Mayville, WI

262-689-7865

MAYVILLE VINTAGE MARKETPLACE 920-889-1184

ANTIQUES

COLLECTIBLES VINTAGE AND GIFTS Follow us on Facebook for POP-UP and TRUNK SHOWS throughout Mayville and surrounding areas Great Prices, Fresh Selections Weekly • Like Us On For Sneak Previews 102 S. Main Street, Mayville, WI

Hours: Thursday and Friday 10 am to 4 pm • Saturday 10 am to 2 pm • Additional Hours by Appointment

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Walk, ride or roll on the Gold Star Memorial Trail.

We are a full service AVEDA concept Salon & Spa dedicated to providing the highest quality services and innovative products derived scientifically through Nature in a calm and relaxing environment

To schedule an appointment call or text

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Kayaks along with paddles and lifejackets are available for use on the Rock River, courtesy of the Mayville Rotary Club. The kayaks are available on a first come, first served basis. There is no charge for use. The kayaks and launch are located in Mayville City Park. Come join the fun!

Bonau-Whereatt American Legion Post 69 Located in downtown Mayville next to Veterans Park with a glorious view of the Rock River As well as a full bar in the banquet hall.We provide bartenders who will take care of all your refreshment needs. The entire facility is handicap accessible with plenty of parking nearby. Our smoke-free facility is capable of handling many of your group gatherings from as small as 5 people to 200+ There is a 30X30 ft Dance Floor and a Bar in the Hall A Caterer's Kitchen is available for all your dining needs. You may choose the caterer of your choice, as long as they are licensed and insured.

FOR RESERVATIONS 920-210-3562 134 South Main Street, Mayville,WI 53050

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The Open Door Coffeehouse is a cozy place where people can gather together or enjoy some moments to themselves. It’s a great place to start your visit in Mayville.

QBS Law S.C. “Providing the highest ethical standards of practice since 1902.”

Attorneys:

Hair and Nail Services for men, woman and kids

Thomas A. Schuessler Karla Chase Michael R. Devitt Katherine Koepsell Travis Bachofen 44 North Main St., Mayville

(920) 387-2400

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The Beauty Boutique is a youthful salon that caters to both men and women of all ages. We offer a combination of hair, nail, skin, massage & spray tan services with our latest addition of upscale skincare and cosmetics to accommodate all of your special occasions. We take pride in using the most natural products while instrumenting all the latest techniques. Our friendly staff strives to accommodate each of our clients precise needs.

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mayville public library The Mayville Public library is a member of the Monarch Library System, which includes all 32 libraries in Dodge, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, and Washington counties. The Mayville Library is an integral part of its community. It gives people access to information, educational resources, entertainment, literacy programming, and more.

The Mayville Public Library had its start in 1904 when Miss Lutie Stearns of the Wisconsin Free Library Commission addressed a meeting to share her conviction that Mayville should have a public library. That very evening, a Library Association was formed, a constitution was adopted, and officers were selected. With the help of many volunteers, on November 9, 1904, the Library opened with 250 books, supplemented by 50 German and English books from the Traveling Library every month. Etta Barott was the first librarian, who for $5.00 a month, presided over the small library, which was housed in one room over the former State Bank of Mayville. Just 7 months later, the number of books in the library had more than doubled, and by November 1905, the library moved to a larger room on the

ground floor at 4 S. Main Street. Since then, the library has been housed at 130 S. Main Street, 11 N. School Street, in the Joe Bachhuber Building at 44 N. Main Street, and temporarily at the old bank building on the corner of Bridge and Main Streets. The current Mayville Library was built in large part to the generosity of Mr. Carl Dietz. On February 18, 1968, the library moved to its present location. Through the Mayville Public Library, patrons can access almost 90 databases, thousands of digital books and magazines, movies, take classes, learn new languages, and more. Library programming encourages literacy, personal growth, and community connectedness. The library is the cornerstone of information and a hub of vibrant activity in the community. Soon the library will move again, this time to a larger building that will better meet the modern needs of its growing diverse community.

Rendering of the new Mayville Public Library.

Did you know that our library has way more than books? With a library card, you can • • • • • • • •

Access almost 80 databases for information you can’t find in an internet search Try Creative Bug and learn crafts and fine art from experts Stream movies, tv series, and download digital books, audio books, and magazines Choose from over 360 classes on a wide range of subjects with Gale Courses Take home a puzzle or try one of our Kits Take advantage of our computers, Wi-Fi, printing, scanning, and faxing Join a book club or the Genealogy Round Table Enjoy free programming for all ages, and more!

The Summer Reading Program is not just for Kids this year! Starting in 2021, everyone can earn prizes by reading. Check our website to find out more about the fun summer programming for all ages! Want to support the new library building? Donate on our website!

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Beautiful and Newly Renovated Historic Hotel is ready to host your next event,big or small

Event Inquiries - 920-315-7068 Hotel Booking - 920-485-9472 Visit us at www.HotelOnTheMarsh.com 45 N Main Street, Mayville, WI 53050 52

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Downtownn May Mayville is Our New Home 4 South Main Street SweetPeasPies.com Pies | Treats | Ice Cream

26 S. Main Street Mayville, WI 53050 920-210-9645 www.joyouslivingcounseling.weebly.com

Celebrating God’s goodness every Sunday 10 AM

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Coffeehouse takes “local” to a new level with local... OWNERS • COFFEE • ARTISTS • AUTHORS FOOD • MUSICIANS “The Open Door Coffeehouse is the home away from home for local residents and those visiting. Its passion is to feature local brands and give back to the community. Its warm smells, friendly baristas, and welcoming environment hold a sophisticated-rustic feel, while holding a cup of delicious comfort in your hands. The comfort in your hands is Luna Coffee, a local roaster that is fair trade, with organic options. In their newly renovated location, you’ll find fresh pastries, local treasures, a toddler space, kid’s activities, and a cozy space to enjoy. Enjoy a day in downtown Mayville, exploring the unique shops, eating at one of the impressive restaurants, walking along the river and ending your walk with and espresso (or non-coffee drink) at The Open Door”.

We look forward to meeting you!

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Happy Hour

7-Days a Week ••• 2pm-6pm 12 oz. Margarita ••• 2 for $6.00 16 oz. Margarita ••• 2 for $9.00 32 oz. Draft Beer ••• $3.99 Mexican Beer ••• $2.50 Domestic Beer ••• $2.00

39 S. Main Street, Mayville, WI •••

920-387-9903 •••

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Fajitas

Mayville Business of the year 2016

Tacos

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Steaks

501 Wildwood Rd. West Bend, WI 262-447-1111

Nachos

Enchiladas Vegetarian

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