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The Audubon Inn is a boutique full service hotel on the National Register of Historic Places, built in 1896. 16 elegant guest rooms with high quality modern amenities Destination restaurant NOLA North Grille, with indoor and seasonal outdoor seating Full selection of spa services available at The Spa Room, including couples massage, or in-room massage therapy Public and private showings of movies and sporting events in Le Petite Theater Close proximity to internationally renowned Horicon Marsh, voted Wisconsin’s top natural wonder Perfect location for banquets, business retreats, and social gatherings Open for dinner seven days a week and brunch on Sundays, NOLA North Grille brings an authentic New Orleans inspired dining experience to Wisconsin. You will taste the difference - we hand cut and dry age our steaks in house, cure our own ham and bacon, grind our own burgers and sausages, and ship in fresh seafood several times each week. Our talented culinary team is passionate about food and eager to provide you with a memorable dining experience.

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welcome On behalf of the Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Mayville, we invite you to explore everything Mayville has to offer. Whether you are a lifelong resident or a first time visitor, we hope that your experience is rich and plentiful. Mayville was first settled in 1845, by the families of Chester May and Alvin Foster who opened a saw mill. Shortly after this, the discovery of iron ore in the area led to a rapid growth of the settlement. Full of industrious, hard working, and friendly people, Mayville gained the reputation as Dodge County’s most progressive city. As the iron industry grew in Mayville, so did its downtown, hosting an array of businesses from cigar factories and breweries, to piano stores and creameries. Once the country moved from iron to steel, that same spirit helped Mayville transition into a manufacturing and farming community. Unlike many other iron cities across the

country, Mayville and its downtown continued to prosper. Most of the original, historic buildings are still present today. Mayville is a city with a remarkable history that includes many innovations, including: the roots of John Deere, cheese packaged into wedges, the shotshell reloader, milk trucks, and the aircraft carrier net. That progressive tradition continues today with Mayville being the first city in Dodge County to allow sidewalk dining, hosting an array of unique shopping, and the area’s best restaurants. We hope you enjoy Mayville’s fascinating history, our energizing present, and return for the exciting future.

~The Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Mayville

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Find individual business ads by referencing circled page numbers.

St. Mary’s Catholic Church 25 302 S German Street 920-387-2920 ext. 337

Joyous Living Counseling Services 60 920-210-9645 26 S Main Street

Area Attractions, Museums & Recreation

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

Horicon Marsh

City Resources

Mayville Savings Bank 53

Mayville-Main Street

200 S Main Street

Main Street Mayville, Inc. 49

Modern Woodmen of America - Sara Karweick 63

Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center & Explorium 39 N7725 Hwy 28, Horicon


Horicon National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center

16 S Walnut Street


Koepsell-Murray Funeral & Cremation Services 33 301 N Walnut Street

10 S Main Street


105 S Main Street

920-387-4440 920-387-2310 920-470-1153

Modern Woodmen of America - Kayla Kanas 63

W4279 Headquarter Rd, Mayville 920-387-2658

Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce 35

Marsh Haven Nature Center

10 S Main Street

QBS Law, S.C. 52

W10145 St Rd 49, Waupun 920-324-5818

Mayville Public Library


111 N Main Street 920-386-2402

Mayville 920-387-9965

TAG Center Aquatic and Fitness Center (Ted and Grace Bachhuber ) 13 1700 Breckenridge Street 920-387-7988

Mayville-Main Street Mayville Historical Society Carriage House Museum 1 N German Street


Mayville Limestone School Museum 215 N Main Street




Immanuel Lutheran Church N8092 Coutry Road AY


Mayville United Methodist Church 301 Furnace Street


St. John’s Lutheran Church 23 450 Bridge Street



Food, Drink & Entertainment



Beaver Dam Chippy’s Popcorn Creations 33 920-885-2676 507 Madison Street

Daily Citizen 42 805 Park Avenue


Mayville 126 Bridge Street


Financial, legal & Professional Horicon 920-485-2110

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 34

209 Horicon Street

Iron Ridge Iron Ridge Inn Restaurant 37 131 S Main Street

Dodge County Pionier 53


BMO Harris Bank 41 920-387-5567

Gateway Community Church 16 S Main Street



Mayville 113 N Clark Street

14 N Main Street

Beaver Dam

102 Main Street

Churches Christian Life Fellowship



308 E Lake Street

Mayville Tire 33


The VanderBloemen Group 57 The Hietpas Group

American Family Insurance 46

AUTOMOTIVE 1056 N Main Street

44 N Main Street


Mayville Post Office 7 N School Street

Mayville Golf Club 8 325 S German Street

15 S School Street

105 S Main Street


Mayville City Hall

Wisconsin Aviation 17 N6491 Hwy 26


Cooper Shop Saloon & Restaurant 40 920-602-8660 30 Main Street

Mayville The Pub


333 Dayton Street

Edward Jones - Mike Baerwald 56 920-387-5177 126 S Main Street Edward Jones - Todd Lowe 56 920-387-0214 16 N Main Street Horicon Bank 24


Rock River Bierfest 54 Mayville Park Pavilion 920-296-9279

Mayville-Main Street Bonau-Whereatt American Legion Post 69 58 134 S Main Street





Don Ramon Mexican Restaurant 64 39 S Main Street


Marais Players 21 Mayville American Legion Post 69

920-387-3484 920-387-0288

1440 Horicon Street


H&R Block 60 132 N Main Street

New China 52 101 S Main Street


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NOLA North Grille 2 45 N Main Street


The Open Door Coffeehouse 62 119 S Main Street

26 S Main Street

Iron Ridge Inn Motel 37


129 S Main Street


The Audubon Inn 2

The Natural Way 51 35 S Main Street

Sweet Ginger Vintage 55

Iron Ridge

Richie’s UP UR Alleys 57 25 S Main Street 920-644-2545

45 N Main Street

Sidelines Tap 61 111 S Main Street

701 S Mountin Drive 920-387-4300

Theresa Confections for Any Occasion by Joel 41 101 N Milwaukee Street 920-488-9269


Healthways- Blue Zones Project Dodge County 12 138 Front Street, Suite 100 920-212-8511

Mayville Agnesian HealthCare 15 920-387-7500

Back-in-Action Rehabilitation S.C. 44 N8218 Hwy 28


Crossroads Care Center 5 920-387-0354 305 S Clark Street Dr. Dan Stevens Family Dentistry 51 920-387-2640 105 Bridge Street

industry Lake Country Corporation 43 225 Commerce Street


Lake Country Trading 43 225 Commerce Street


Mayville Engineering Company, Inc. 19 715 South Street





Jaime’s Clubhouse, Inc. 47 409 Degner Avenue


Mayville Lions Club 31


Mayville Rotary Club 54


605 4th Street


920-387-3220 920-387-2068

Confections for Any Occasion by Joel 41 101 N Milwaukee Street 920-488-9269 920-488-2503


Kekoskee St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran School 23 Main Street



Immanuel Lutheran School

N8076 County Highway AY 920-387-2158

Red Wolf Photography 37 920-344-6011 1100 Crystal Lane

Mayville High School

Scotti’s Dog House 61 920-583-0983 34 S Main Street

Mayville Middle School

500 N Clark Street


445 N Henninger Street


Mayville School District Administration Office

Retail Horicon

N8210 Highway 28


LeRoy Meats of Horicon 18

Parkview Learning Center

85 Washington Street

259 Oak Street



Mayville-Main Street

St. John’s Lutheran School - LCMS 23

D&L Resale & Liquidation LLC 55

520 Bridge Street

42 S Main Street


St. Mary’s School

920-387-4310 25

Jon Jacobs Company 51

28 Naber Street

115 S Main Street

Salons, Spas & Massage

Kwik Trip



40 S Main Street

TAB Products Company LLC 42

1440 Horicon Street

214 W Henni Street 920-387-4566

Loose Ends Yarn Shop 57



Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly 4

Widmer’s Cheese Cellars 41

121 N Main Street

500 S Clark Street

205 S Clark Street


SureFire 38

1000 Metalcraft Drive

Seneca 42

Kwik Trip 60

1020 Horicon Street


Metalcraft of Mayville 45 920-387-3150


True Value Home & Hardware 25

All Promotions 55 19 S Main Street

Hospitals, Inc. 27

360 S Mountin Drive

Mayville Inn 16


Beaver Dam Beaver Dam Community

35 S Main Street

Mayville-West Side 920-387-5858

617 Washington Street


707 S University Ave




The Natural Way 51

Mayville Vintage Marketplace 61 102 S Main Street 920-889-1184

Old Fashioned Cheese 50 331 S Main Street


Edge Salon & Spa 52

920-387-5774 920-382-9034

920-387-2920 ext. 328

101 N Main Street


Lavish Salon & Spa 59 112 S Main Street


Technology EMI Security 43


Genesis Computer Systems 53 124 N Main Street


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WHY JOIN THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE? An investment in the Chamber provides your business an invaluable resource. You have an immediate list of local business contacts to call upon, you are provided numerous promotional opportunities and you have a voice in the business community. Membership with the Chamber creates opportunity to network, opportunity to make a difference, and the opportunity to belong to an organization that works directly for you! Membership in your local Chamber of Commerce demonstrates your commitment to your business and your community. Members of the Mayville Chamber of Commerce recognize the importance of a strong local economy and pledge our cooperation in encouraging growth and profitability of existing businesses and providing assistance to new businesses seeking to locate to the Mayville area.

10 South Main Street, Mayville, WI 53050 920-387-5776

Mayville Relocation Information Are You Thinking About Relocating To Mayville? First of all, GOOD choice! Prepare for your future in our public and parochial schools, championship high school and technical college classes. Succeed in this productive community where numerous industries employ a workforce of over 3,500 people in metal fabrication, food processing, and specialty production. Mayville is a perfect place for work, family, friends and community. You’ll be proud to call Mayville home! Please contact the Mayville Chamber of Commerce office for relocation information.

Mayville Golf Course and Banquet Facility.

“The he Club with a View” ie We offer: • An 18 hole golf course with breathtaking views,a mix of ornamental & shade trees for beauty along with challenging shots throughout the course. • On-site bar and grill • Banquet facilities for events such as weddings, business outings, name it! • Outside wrap-around deck • Ceremony site for weddings among the beautiful greens. For your next round of golf, golf outing, wedding or other event, visit the Mayville Golf Club, one of Dodge County’s hidden gems. Also keep up-to-date on our specials, tournaments, leagues and events by liking the Mayville Golf Club on Facebook. 8


325 S. German St., Mayville, WI. 53050 • 920-387-2999 • email Main Street Mayville | 920.387.1167 |

gateway to the horicon marsh

WELCOME to Historic Mayville... charming, industrious and full of great people that add to the charm of the community. 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. Stroll along walks bordering the Rock River and through our community filled with homes featuring preservation efforts, and a variety of architectural styles.

Explore the past as you visit two museums rich in historic artifacts. Explore photography and memorabilia from the ironworks of our years 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. 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! Return to Mayville where natural beauty, historical sites and friendly and industrious people await you throughout the year.

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6-8 31st Annual Audubon Days Festival, Foster Park, Main Street

Go to for the full schedule of events.

7 St. John’s Vendor Fair 13 The Open Door Coffeehouse featuring Live Music with

Melissa Leberak and teens at 6pm

26 Downtown Business Trick or Treat 6-7:30pm.

Go to for more information.

27 St. John’s Trunk or Treat 29 City Trick-Or-Treat 5-7pm

november 2017 3-5, 10-12

Marais Players perform Steel Magnolias at Mayville American Legion Post 69

10 The Open Door Coffeehouse Live Music featuring Lizzy Sliper at 6pm

december 2017 2

It’s a Wonderful Life on Main Festival, parade, and fireworks.


The Open Door Coffeehouse Spotlight Night for Teens Open Mic 7:30pm

january 2018

20 Candlelight Hike 5-9pm 27 Rock River Bierfest, Mayville Park Pavilion

Ongoing Events The Open Door Coffeehouse - Senior Movie Matinee - 1st Wednesday of the month 1pm Young Adult Game Night - 1st Saturday of the month 6pm Intentional Parenting - 2nd Saturday of the month 10:30am Family Night- 4th Friday of every month 6:30pm Friends of the Horicon Marsh- Stories at the Marsh 10am 2nd or 3rd Thurs. each month, October-March. K-9 Unit Youth Dance. Mayville Park Pavilion November-April monthly 7-9:30pm. Go to for dates. Saturday Afternoon Polka Dances 1-5pm Mayville Park Pavilion, see detailed ad page 31 The Green Market – Every Thursday 12-5pm- May- October



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St. John’s Alumni Flashback Dance.


Easter Basket Hunt 1pm.

march 2018 april 2018 6-8, 13, 14

Marais Players perform their Spring Play at Mayville American Legion Post 69

may 2018

5 City Wide Rummage Sale 11-14 Horicon Marsh Bird Festival 19 Statewide Downtown Open House 10am-4pm

20 Edgar G. Mueller Photo Contest Open House 1:30pm at Mayville Limestone School Museum.

june 2018 8

St. John’s Trap Shoot/Fish Fry/Silent Auction.

july 2018 3

Rock N Boom - Mayville City Park - Baseball, Food, Live Music, Fireworks 4pm-midnight

august 2018 4 7

Maxwell Street Day Downtown Street Festival with shopping, food, games, and live music. 9am-midnight National Night Out 5-8pm

Ongoing Events Mayville Limestone School Museum 1:30-4:30pm - 1st and 3rd Sundays May- October Hollenstien Wagonand Carriage Factory Museum 1:30-4:30pm 2nd and 4th Sundays May- October Mayville American Legion Bingo - 134 S Main St. - 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month. Doors open at 5pm. Games begin at 6:30pm. Please call 920-387-5410 for more information. St. Mary’s Bingo - 28 Nabor St. - Select Sundays October-April. Doors open at 11am, games begin at 1pm. Call 387-2920 for info. NOLA North Grille- Southern Seafood Boil every Thursday at 6:30pm, reservations by noon that day required 920-387-5858 45 N. Main St. Sidelines Tap 25 Cent Wing Night every Thursday 111 S. Main St.

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DODGE COUNTY Inspired by the world’s longest-lived cultures,

How? Local restaurants, grocery stores,

Blue Zones Project is a well-being initiative

faith-based organizations, schools, civic

designed to unite Dodge County around one

organizations, and worksites adopt best

common goal: improve the well-being of

practices that make healthy choices easier

our community.

for everyone.


Find out how you or your organization can get involved: Visit or call 920.212.8511



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The Tag aquatic & Fitness Center in a “Place for Everyone”

Full Aquatic Center with Lap Lanes • Current Channel & Tube Slide State of the Art Fitness Center • Silver Sneaker Facility Elevated 1/14 mile Walking/Running Track • Gymnasium/Rental Rooms Fitness & Water Classes • Swimming Lessons • Park & Recreation Short & long term memberships

Stop in and experience the fun!

10 visit punch cards Daily fees available


18 & Older active Tag Membership Members Only


Ful Swing golf Simulator...Laser Shot golf Simulator Reservation Only The Shooting Range lets you experience a new fun way to compete with each other on a shooting range or an exotic hunting ground. Increase your gun ability, target swing and accuracy through this state of the art simulator.

group Exercise Room Fitness Classes, Pickleball, or Tennis

Party Rooms Can be used for Meetings, Bridal or Baby Showers, Birthday Parties and More. Rooms will be ready after the expansion. Full Kitchen Available.

Indoor Cycling Studio Enjoy comfort, motivation and a distraction as you ride in the new state of art Bike Room. Sign-up for a cycling class and pedal your way to great health.

1700 Breckenridge St., Mayville, WI • 920-387-7988 •

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White Limestone School museum 215 North Main Street Mayville, WI 53050 920-387-2593 Open 1st and 3rd Sundays each month May - October |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: 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. 14


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Care Close to Home Fond du Lac Regional Clinic Mayville • 360 S. Mountin Drive Clinic open weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (920) 387-7500

Beth Collister, MD Family Medicine


Scott Hansfield, MD

Aaron Johnson, MD

Alisha Ketterer, MD

Burt Steffes, MD

Jean Rusch, APNP

Karen Bodden, PT, RN

Callie Harder, OTR, MOT

Lisa Traughber, PT

Family Medicine

Physical Therapy


Occupational Therapy


Plastic Surgery

Physical Therapy

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mayvillE veteran’s memorial

• Private Whirlpool Rooms • Deluxe Rooms & Suites • European Bar • Free Continental Breakfast • Free High Speed Internet Mayville Inn

701 S. Mountin Dr. | Mayville, WI

For reservations call 1-866-387-5678,or 920 387-1234.



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The Mayville Veteran’s Memorial, located just north of the Mayville Park Pavilion on the Rock River in City Park, was dedicated on November 11, 2011. The curved wall, with engraved granite panels, honors area veterans.

The Pub Cocktails & Food

serving tuesday - saturday

See DoDge County from a whole Different perSpeCtive! Bring your camera along and snap some unique aerial photos of your home or business. Only

99 95


for up to 3 passengers on a 40 min. scenic flight

Learn to Fly

With people who love to fly! • Comprehensive • Professional • Efficient

Private Air Charter

Experience the convenience and unbelievable value!

Dodge County Airport 920-386-2402 N6491 Hwy 26, Juneau, WI

Luncheon Tuesday - Friday 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Uncle Lou’s Barbeque Sauce take some home today

Dinner Tuesday-Saturday 4:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Daily Specials noon & evening Sunday Carry Outs Only 4:00 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Featuring: Homemade Pizza • Prime rib

broasted CHiCken • Friday FisH Fry

Ask about our upcoming catering!

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The Mayville Cardinals represent proudly in sports, music, and extra-curricular activities.

85 Washington St., Horicon, WI 53032 920-485-2554 fax 920-485-0885

We ship cheese & sausage products & gift boxes! Over 100 varieties of homade sausage & over 100 cheeses from local cheese makers

Our smoke meats and sausages have won numerous awards including

“Best in Wisconsin� 18


Over 60 Flavors of Homemade Brats

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THIS IS MY COMPANY And 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 you can trust MEC to be a leader in the community. MEC is a leading manufacturer of metal fabrications, tubes, tanks, performance structures, coatings and shooting sports products. We are 100% employee owned and we are proud to have our headquarters in Mayville, WI. To learn more about MEC, our Employee Shareholders and the Communities where we live and work, visit

Supporting our Shareholders’ Communities

Employee Owned Š 2017 Mayville Engineering Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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carriage factory museum

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

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 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 Carriage Factory consists of the main factory building on the corner of Bridge and German Streets plus two additions to the north of the building. The two additions were originally for a blacksmith shop and power plant. 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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Come and play with us!

We are a community based non-profit theatre group established in 1971. We perform a Fall and Spring Show annually and offer scholarships to graduating MHS seniors Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling Directed By Jen & Chris Feucht November 3, 4, 5, 10, 11 & 12, 2017 at the Mayville American Legion Post 69 Spring 2018 TBD Directed by Tim Bachhuber April 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 at the Mayville American Legion Post 69 For tickets or to learn more: • 920-387-3484 Check us out on Facebook or at Make it Mayville | 2017/2018 Mayville Guide

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Horicon marsh explorium

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. 22


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. 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. Members of the Armed Services as defined in ss. 40.02(57m) and veterans as defined in ss. 45.01(12) that show documentation he or she is a member of the Armed Services or a veteran are exempt from the fee requirements on Veteran’s Day and during the three-day Memorial Day weekend.

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St. John’s Lutheran School 520 Bridge St. - Mayville, WI 53050

920-387-4310 Reaching Teaching & Sharing The Gospel

WE OFFER FAITH BASED CORE ACADEMIC PLUS: Spanish Laptops Chromebooks iPads Outdoor Education Phy Ed. Art ELECTIVES 3D Printing Mentoring Aviation Academy Climate Summit Reformation Graphic Design

Established Christ-Centered Day Care and 3K Program

FINE ARTS Choir Handbells SPORTS Cross Country Volleyball Soccer Basketball Spirit Squad Softball Track & Field

Celebrating 125 Years of Christian Education WI Parental Choice Program School

K-8th Grade

4K PROGRAM with the Mayville School District Middle School Setting for Grade 5-8

Small class setting for EACH grade.

St. John’s Lutheran Church Family welcomes you to worship with us. Service Schedule: Saturday: 5:30 PM Sunday: 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM Sunday School/Bible Study: 9:15 AM

Reaching Teaching & Sharing The Gospel Member of lcMS

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Photo courtesy of Jimmie Blanchard

Mayville’s Annual July 3rd Rock’n Boom celebration is always a great time.

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Hours: Mon - Fri. 7:30am-8pm Sat 8am-5:30pm Sun 9am-4pm

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Welcome to the Catholic Parishes of Northeast Dodge County! “3Parishes 2gether in 1Faith to Serve Christ” Christian Formation Program 5K-Gr. 11 Religious Education Office: 920.387.2920 Ex. 336 Parish Office: 920.387.2920 Ex. 337

St. Mary - Mayville

St. Andrew - LeRoy

St. Theresa -Theresa

Mass Times: Saturday 4:30pm Sunday 8:00am Sunday 9:15am Sunday 10:30am


School Office: 920.387.2920 Ex. 328 Child Care: 920.387.2920 Ex. 340

St Mary, Mayville St Andrew, LeRoy St Theresa, Theresa St Mary, Mayville

St. Mary Primary School & Child Care

“Living, Loving & Learning Our Faith” Preschool Early Education Program (3K-P.E.E.P.S.) Community 4K Kindergarten—1st Grade—2nd Grade Child Care: 5:30am-5:30pm M-F (Year-Round; Ages 6 weeks-12)

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Mayville Golf Club

City Park

Park Pavilion

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

475 Park Street

Fireman’s Field

Ribbens Park

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

lion’s Park Hwy 67 south of town

Dunn Road Includes 2 soccer fields


Lion’s Point

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

South of City Park and Fireman’s Field along the Rock River (Park Street) Includes a playground area volleyball court and shelters

TAG center Aquatics and Fitness Center (Ted & Grace Bachhuber)

Foster Park

1700 Breckenridge Street (920-387-7988)

North Main Street

Theiler Park

Malthouse Grounds

County Hwy TW Includes 3 softball fields

Walnut Street and Breckenridge Street Features one softball field

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

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

Tower Park High Street

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

Veterans Memorial Park Downtown Mayville (S Main Street)

Mayville Senior Center 330 N Walnut Street 26


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A Continuum of Care Designed Around You! Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, Inc. is a regional health system providing a unique and full continuum of services, including: Inpatient Services

Outpatient Services

Kids Care

Medical Clinics

• Acute Care Hospital

• Aesthetic Laser Center

• Infant – 4K

• Chiropractic

• Before & After School

• Family Medicine

• Summer Day Camp

• General Surgery

• Inpatient Hospital Care

• Cancer Care

• Hospitalist Program

• Massage & Wellness

• Birthing Unit

• Occupational Health (HealthWORKS)

Senior Care



• Outpatient Care

• Assisted Living

• Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

• Free home delivery within Beaver Dam city limits

• Outpatient Surgery

• Memory Care

• Urology

• Pain Management

• Home Care and Hospice

• Walk-In Care

• Synced medication refills • Medication management

• Rehabilitation Services

• Internal Medicine

• Long Term Care

• Sleep Center

• Nursing Home

• Wound Care

• Senior Apartments

Excellence Delivered • 920-887-7181

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Main Street Mayville | 920.387.1167 |


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City Government - Mayville is a city in Dodge County, Wisconsin, located along the Rock River and the Horicon Marsh. The population was 5,240+ at the 2014 census. The Common Council is made up of elected officials. They consist of the mayor and six aldermen that represent the various wards in Mayville. The municipal building, housing the city business offices, Common Council Chambers and police department is located at 15 S. School St. in Mayville. To contact any of the city departments or personnel you may call 920-387-7900. Fire Department - A professionally trained, volunteer fire department of dedicated and men and women will respond to any fire emergency. 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 fulltime police department providing 24 hour dispatching for the city. Mayville has 911 Emergency Response lines. The non-emrgency line is 920-387-7903. Their physical address is 25 S. School St. EMS Emergency Medical Service is a vital public service. It is licensed as a 911 service. This team is ready to provide lifesaving care to the those in need 24 hours a day, sever days a week. Access to quality emergency care dramatically improves the survival and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury 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. 30


Water - The Utilities Department operates and maintains both the 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, fluoride and chlorine addition. The wastewater utility services the same customers with approximately 30 miles of collection mains, 5 lift stations, and a 1.2 million gallon per day extended aeration wastewater treatment facility. The utilities also prepare monthly billing and operate the payment collection program. For assistance call 920-387-7906 ext. 1224. Parks - 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 for the recreational and facility needs of the community. The department will pursue this through a commitment to excellence, a clear sense of direction, effective leadership that guides a creative and competent work force, and a response to customer needs through trust and communication.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 also several sports related clubs and groups to be part of. Mayville also is home to the Marais Players and Mayville Children’s Theater.

Mayville Chamber of Commerce | 800.256.7670 or 920.387.5776 |

Saturday Afternoon Polka Dances 1:00 - 5:00 PM


Sponsored by: The Mayville Lions Club & The Theresa American Legion

Historical landmark beautiful dance floor overlooking the Rock River - it’s a destination for your enjoyment!

Mayville Park Pavilion 475 Park Street Mayville, WI

Theresa #270


Feb. 10, 2018.........Carol & The Keynotes - Valentine’s Day Dance. - The PUB SPONSORED by SHERWOOD FAMILY RESTAURANT - Mayville - Supported by BMO HARRIS BANk-MAYvILLE

Feb. 24, 2018.........BACK 40 - Winter Dance Curt Nitschke SPONSORED by LUEDTkE LUMBER - Lomira

March 3, 2018.......Mark Jirikovec - 64th Mayville Lions Club Anniversary - The PUB CO-SPONSORED by TOWN & COUNTRY - Mayville and LAkEvIEW ELECTRIC, INC - Campbellsport

March 10, 2018.....Hauser Hotshots - St. Patrick’s Day Dance - Curt Nitschke SPONSORED by DON RAMON MEXICAN RESTAURANT (2016 Business of the Year) Mayville

“Handicap Accessible”

Food & Beverages Available Thank you for supporting our events and sponsors, all proceeds go to the organizations to benefit their local projects. This page sponsored by Quality stamping dies


Designers anD BuilDers

Tool & Die Marc J. Trott 791 Fourth St. • P.O. Box 233 Owner/Vice President of Finance Mayville, WI 53050 Cell: 920-210-8767 Ph: 920-387-4040 e-mail: Fax: 920-387-4095

March 24, 2018.....Gary & The Ridgeland Dutchmen Easter Dance - The PUB


April 7, 2018..........Musical Brass - American Legion - Theresa #270 SPONSORED by THERESA STATE BANk

April 14, 2018........Brian & The Mississippi Valley Dutchmen - The PUB


April 21, 2018.........Ryan Herman & The Rhythm Playboys - Earth Day - Curt Nitschke

CO-SPONSORED by Property Loss Management - Fire & Water Damage Restoration; Curt’s Service, Inc.; Mayville Park & Recreation; Chris Neu - Coldwell Banker; and Watertown Monuments. Supported by Bachhuber Manufacturing Corp.; Roesler Flooring - Hustisford; Mayville Inn; Miller Tool & Die; garage Door Specialist; Soft Touch Car Wash; Schlaefer Optometrist; Jon Jacobs Company; kolk’s Auto Repair; kwik Trip; and Mayville Insurance

April 28, 2018.........Barefoot Becky & The Ivanhoe Dutchmen - Spring Dance - Curt Nitschke SPONSORED by TTl, INC. - Eden, WI Supported by Mayville Park & Recreation

June 2, 2018.....Jerry Voelker & The Jolly Gents June Dairy Month Dance - The PUB

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SUPPORTED by Myrhum - Patten - Miller - kietzer Funeral & Cremation Service; Tab Products; River’s Bend Inn & Breakfast on the Rock River; kM Tours; Steve’s Auto Body; Seneca Foods; Ernie von Schledorn of Lomira; goebel insurance Financial group Financial; goeman’s bp Rapid Mart and Uncle Larry’s kitchen; grande Cheese; Old Fashioned Cheese; Cooper Saloon; The Wood Sampler; Lake Street Inn; Hietpas group & Schmitt group; Dodge County Pionier; village Flower Shoppe; and D&L Resale Liquidations, LLC.; American Republic Insurance Company - Sherry Baggerley; Crave Supper Club,Campbellsport


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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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Beaver Dam



920-885-5291 920-885-6600






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Your neighborhood tire & auto shop 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. • Competitive prices • Services you need in terms you understand

1056 north Main street, Mayville, Wi 53050

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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 four local child care providers and preschools to offer 4K: St. Mary’s, St. John’s, Pattycakes Daycare and Jaime’s Clubhouse. Each site has a highly-qualified, 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

Get the MOST from your buying or selling experience with Brenda Bruyette Coldwell Banker and Team! • Recognized in the top 1% Nationally for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. • Ranked #1 in all of Dodge County for Sold Units in 2013. • “We Don’t Just List Them, We Sell Them.” • We offer professional staging. • Eager to earn your business.

RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE Operated by Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, LLC

Serving Dodge County

Horicon Office 102 Main Street • 920-485-0722 West Bend Office 870 E. Paradise Drive • 262-334-5589 • 34


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he Mayville Chamber of Commerce recognizes the importance of a strong local economy and is dedicated to encouraging growth and profitability of existing businesses and providing assistance to those seeking to locate in the Mayville area. Their purpose is to promote and advance the interests of the Mayville area business community and membership.

They are proud to sponsor many local community events. Be part of a long standing tradition by attending Audubon Days in October.

Check out all the fun at Audubon Days: Music, Parade, Food, Sporting Events, Kids Activities, & Shopping!

Visit our website or Facebook page for full event details audubondays/ Or call the Mayville Area Free Admission to the Festival Grounds! Chamber of Commerce at

920-387-5776 Email: or go to for more information.

Mark your calendar for Audubon D

ays in Mayville!!

Audubon Days October 6-8 2017 and October 5-7 2018! Like us on Facebook

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community Make it

MAYVILLE Lights fill the streets and sky with our ‘It’s a Wonderful Life on Main’ event each Winter. Experience our community and enjoy family fun at all of our festivals such as Rock ‘N Boom in July and Audubon Days in October.

1st place winner Leah Seiler - Age 12, Main Street Mayville Photography Contest

Red Wolf Photography Affordable and Professional

Ann Krueger

Owner/Photographer 1100 Crystal Lane Mayville, WI 53050


Iron rIdge Inn restaurant & Motel


Fine Dining

Family owned since 1972


Monday through Saturday 4:30pm Sunday 10am-2pm

Tuesday special:

Prime Rib, Chicken and Ribs Buffet

Friday special:

Prime Rib & Fish Buffet

sunday Brunch Full Menu every day:

Steaks, Seafood, Chicken, Pizzas Salad bar and homeade soup served with all dinners and buffets

Enjoy your favorite cocktail or wine selection with your dinner


Relaxing Choice for Business or Pleasure • Indoor Pool and Whirlpool • Complimentary Continental Breakfast • High Speed Internet • Whirlpool Rooms with King Bed • Refrigerators and Microwaves in Rooms • Romance Packages • Extended Stay and Corporate Rates • Pool Membership/Open Swim Iron Ridge Inn Restaurant • 131 S. Main Street, Iron Ridge, WI 53035 • 920-387-3348

Iron Ridge Inn Motel • 129 S. Main Street, Iron Ridge, WI 53035 • 920-387-4090 or 877-387-4090 Make it Mayville | 2017/2018 Mayville Guide

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the rambling and flowing rock river,

with the ever-changing land around it. The shimmering waters adding beauty to the city.

This is home.

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 Humidifiers & Vent Fans • Air Cleaners & Duct Cleaning • Boilers • Emergency Service 24/7

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Visit for a day or spend the weekend at Horicon Marsh! Experience the Horicon Marsh Explorium View the “Horicon Marsh Story” Movie Shop the Flyway Gift Shop Get Active by Hiking, Bicycling, Geocaching, Snowshoeing Photograph the wildlife and landscape Calling all birders with a variety of marsh birds and migrations Canoe or Kayak on the Canoe Trail

New “EXPLORIUM” Now Open • New exhibits at Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center • Interactive and educational displays tha chronicle the story of the marsh that • Walk W through a glacier, crawl through a muskrat hut and drive an airboat simulator

strong Photo by: Rich Arm

Area information and maps available at the Education & Visitor Center

Hours: Weekdays 9am-5pm, Weekends 10am-5pm

If you would like to bring a school group to visit the marsh, we can coordinate a program with you to supplement your class studies.

LOCATED ON HWY. 28 BETWEEN MAYVILLE & HORICON N7725 Hwy. 28, Horicon WI (920) 387-7890 • (920) 387-7893 Make it Mayville | 2017/2018 Mayville Guide

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historic DOWNTOWN

Take a step back in time and imagine it is the turn of the Twentieth Century in Mayville. Picture the roads you are traveling are dirt, the sidewalks are wooden board-walks. The homes and businesses, with a little imagination, are as they appeared around 1900.

Serving indoors or outdoors overlooking the Rock River 30 Main Street,Village of Kekoskee 920-602-8660

Hours: Monday • Open at 4:00p.m. Tuesday - Sunday • Open at 11:00a.m. Take outs available • Call Ahead


• Fresh Burgers & Wraps •

• Friday Fish Fry •

• Homemade Soups & Salad •

• Saturday Prime Rib •


• Daily Specials •

• Supper Club Style • Old Fashions

Main Street Mayville | 920.387.1167 |

We Sell Over 75 Varieties of Authentic Cheeses & Sausage We’re proud to be part of the Mayville Community and look forward to continuing to serve your financial needs. We invite you to stop by and visit us… RetAil SAleS: 214 W. Henni St • P.O. Box 127 • Theresa, WI 53091-0127

Mon-Sat 7am-5pm • Sun (June-Oct.) 10am-4pm

Watch cheese being made from our store 7 am to 11 am

209 Horicon St. Mayville, WI 53050 920-387-2200

We Ship Anywhere in the US Year Round

Confections For Any Occasion


“We offer the finest in, decadent chocolates, chocolate novelties, gourmet popcorns, specialty items and many other unique hard to find candies. We also feature a full menu with daily sandwich and soup specials, Cedar Crest ice cream, kid’s novelties, Wisconsin wines and much more.” - Joel

l e o J

Gourmet Chocolates, Novelty Candies, Wisconsin Wines, Wisconsin Food Products and so much more! Tours by Reservations

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At Seneca, we believe that everyone deserves year-round access to great-tasting food that’s also great for you.


Subscribe today or visit us at PO Box 27 500 S. Clark St., Mayville 920-387-2500 Think globally, grow locally. We’re proud to say,

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Mayville, WI Store it. Find it. Use it.

Mayville Chamber of Commerce | 800.256.7670 or 920.387.5776 |

Since our founding, Lake Country Corporation has continually evolved to meet our customer’s needs. The company’s unique combination of plastic and metal materials knowledge, machining expertise, and in-house plastic materials distribution has made us a versatile provider for local and national manufacturers For more than 25 years, we’ve grown to be a leader in our industry, but have held true to our values of treating each customer as if they were our first. Plastic Machining

Metal Machining

Plastics Distribution

Sign Services

Trust us with a project and discover why clients partner with Lake Country for life. See more at

EMI™ Security products have been chosen for over 30 years by integrated security system professionals seeking camera housings, mounts, remote data storage lock boxes and enclosures to deploy inside and outside of security checkpoints, detention facilities, shopping centers, gas stations, convenience stores, parking lots, storage facilities, remote work sites, and many more. For protection, quality, and performance, contact EMI Security. See more at

We are specialists in sourcing leather and custom merchandise from around the world. Our global network of tanneries and manufacturers allows Lake Country Trading to be an efficient single source solution for our clients. Lake Country Trading Company LLC was founded in 2010. The partners combine over 50 years of international sourcing and manufacturing experience.

The organization was founded on five basic principles. SIMPLICITY: Keep humility, flexibility and transparency in our attitudes and relationships. CREDIBILITY: Developing our actions with honesty and security QUALITY: Ensure the result of our work is done with speed, according to the specification of the product or service, seeking continuous improvement. COMMITMENT: To show interest, attitude and commitment toward the work, the customer and the company. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: To promote our family of clients and vendors in growth through constant learning and teamwork.

See more at:

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Building friendships and making memories over sidewalk s’mores.




that gets

Results. Your health is

your decision.

920.922.7776 262.626.6700 920.387.9000 920.898.4440 N8218 Hwy 28 103 S. Pioneer Road 1057 Fond du Lac Ave. Mayville’sWest Side Fond du Lac Kewaskum

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We Are in Your Neighborhood • 920.387.9000 Main Street Mayville | 920.387.1167 |

- World-Class Manufacturing - Simply the Best Outdoor Power Equipment -

Metalcraft of Mayville and Scag Power Equipment are proud to call Mayville our hometown. We have been here for over four decades and look forward to many more years of contributing to, and being part of this wonderful community. Make it Mayville | 2017/2018 Mayville Guide

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Michelle Wanie Agency, Inc.

American Star Certified Agency Excellence In Customer Experience 308 E. Lake St., Horicon, WI 53032 Office: (920) 485-2110 Cell: (920) 296-3470 1-800-MY-AMFAM (800-692-6326)


American Family Mutual Insurance Company, American Family Insurance Company 6000 American Parkway, Madison, WI 53783 ©2015 010611 – 6/15

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With a helping hand, adventures are born on Mayville’s streets.

Child Care Learning & Development Center • •

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

• • • •

3K-DPI Licensed Teacher 4K through Mayville School District Before and After School Transportation Preschool Programs

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

409 Degner Avenue, Mayville, WI 53050



Where Fun & Learning Go Hand ‘N’ Hand

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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.

You never know who you might meet on Main!

Main Street Mayville, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the downtown business district for 20 years. Office & Tourism Center open M-F 10 S. Main St. 920-387-1167 Check out all our events

Find us at:

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Mayville’s tourism center is open to serve you five days a week.

old fashioned

retail cheese store

FREE 8oz. Melt

with coupon & $10 separate purchase. Expires 8/31/2018. Limit one offer per customer. Only valid at the Old Fashioned Cheese Store. Can’t combine with any other offer. Offer valid on phone orders and in person at the cheese store. Not valid on clearance items.

331 S. Main St • Mayville | 920-387-7924 Monday through Friday 8 AM - 6 PM Saturday and Sunday 10 AM - 6 PM



Main Street Mayville | 920.387.1167 |

Goldsmith & Fine Jewelry Diamonds, Gemstones, Jewelry Repair, Custom Designs

Natural Medicines • Eatery Vitamin & Herbs Organic Produce • Beer & Wine Natural Foods • Skin Care Products Tues. & Wed. 10-6 Thurs. & Fri. 11-8 Saturday 9-2

Jon Jacobs Company

115 S. Main St., Mayville Appointments Call: 920.644.2157 Cell: 262.376.2089 • Email:

105 Bridge Street Mayville, WI 53050 920-387-2640

35 S. Main Street, Mayville, WI 920-387-9899

Crowns & Fillings • Extractions Root Canals • Implants Full Dentures • Partial Dentures Financing Available Same Day Emergency Care Give Us A Call Today! Make it Mayville | 2017/2018 Mayville Guide

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


101 S. Main Street Mayville, WI 53050

(920) 387-0288

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Mon - Sat: 11 am - 9 pm Sunday: 12 pm - 9 pm

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