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2018 Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Business Directory & Community Guide




Table of Contents Chamber Welcome. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Welcome to Evansville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8 2018 Chamber Board of Directors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 City Parks & Recreation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12 Evansville School District. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Chamber Bucks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 2018 Calendar of Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 18-22 City of Evansville Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17 Thank You to Our Chairman’s Club Level Members! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 2018 Business Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-31 The content of this directory is the property of the Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism. Reproduction or use is prohibited without prior written authorization of the Evansville Chamber. Although every effort to provide accurate, up-to-date information was made, we cannot accept liability for incorrect or missing information. This guide is not inclusive of all businesses and organizations in our area. Please submit changes or corrections to: Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism 8 West Main St., Evansville WI 53536 608-882-5131 • •

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Chamber Welcome The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism is pleased to present the 10th Annual 2017 Business Directory & Community Guide. We believe that Evansville is a great place to live, work and conduct business. The Chamber encourages residents and visitors to support the local business community by shopping at the businesses listed and displayed throughout this directory. It is through the continued investment made by these businesses, and your willingness to support them with your dollars, that our community is able to prosper. The Evansville Chamber of Commerce & Tourism has served the local business community for over 50 years. We have an ongoing commitment to be an advocate for our members and the business community at large on the local, county and state levels; to promote as well as facilitate economic development initiatives undertaken in our area; and to support local tourism projects and programs. The mission of the Chamber of Commerce is to provide support to local commerce and industry and to assist in the growth, development and recruitment of business enterprises.

At the Chamber of Commerce; we work very hard to help our members achieve all their business goals each year, and we measure our success by our members’ success. We provide programs and events that not only support our members as business owners, but also benefit the Evansville community as a whole. Memberships make these programs and events possible, and without them we cannot accomplish our shared mission of a thriving, profitable business community. We are working in collaboration with the City of Evansville to continue to promote and encourage economic development in Evansville. We would like to share a sincere Thank You to our members, the City of Evansville and Unified Newspaper Group for their support of our organization and sponsorship of this directory. - The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Board of Directors


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Welcome to Evansville Our Community With a population of about 5,000, Evansville cherishes its strong sense of community and small-town charm. As Rock County’s Fastest Growing Community and voted one of the Best Cities for Young Families in Wisconsin by NerdWallet in 2016; residents gather often for concerts, festivals and celebrations. With its safe neighborhoods and quiet tree-lined streets,

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small town values permeate our way of life. Pride is taken in our exceptional schools, noted historic district, numerous parks and historic library. Located only 23 miles south of Madison and 18 miles west of Janesville, Evansville offers small town living coupled with easy access to the world-class universities, arts, and entertainment traditionally found only in metropolitan areas. But, you won’t have to leave the city limits to experience the arts - Evansville is home to nationally-recognized local artists and artisans featured in local galleries. In addition to a robust arts scene, Evansville offers fantastic access to area parks, lakes, and trails - a potent combination resulting in a fantastic quality of life for Evansville residents! Designated as a Tree City USA since 2002 and Bird City USA since 2011, Evansville is an outdoor enthusiast’s’ dream. Situated midway between two of Rock County’s most picturesque parks - Gibbs Lake and Magnolia Bluff - and planned future expansion of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, the Evansville area offers

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incredible opportunities to live in, and explore, the great outdoors. As a Tree City USA, the city plants trees each year along street terraces and in the public parks. In addition, the Evansville Community School District established the Grove Community Forest Trail to connect the school buildings with adjacent natural areas and Wind Prairie Park. Besides enhancing our green space, the trail serves as an outdoor classroom for hands-on experience with conservation and natural resources.

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Evansville is home to a number of initiatives focused on energy conservation and renewable energy which have been built on a tradition of alternative energy. As an example of this tradition, Baker Manufacturing, the community’s oldest operating business, built windmills from the late 1880s until the 1950s. Examples of vintage Baker windmills can be seen in the Eager Economy Building, at the Madison Street entrance to the Leonard-Leota Park and in the Wind Prairie Park. Today Evansville is recognized as a green leader in Wisconsin and is a Wisconsin Energy Independent Community. As a symbolic link between Evansville past and present, a 100kW wind turbine was erected next to the city’s wastewater treatment plant in 2010. In addition, residents take pride in the school district’s state of the art high school that includes geothermal heating/cooling.

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The reinstallation of the original brickpaved Main Street was a signature revitalization project that complemented the historic appearance to our downtown business district. In fact, many downtown business owners have undertaken major building restorations, with several projects receiving historic preservation awards. Self-guided walking tours are available to appreciate the architecture of historic buildings in and around the historic district. In 2007, in recognition for the many contributions of the farming community, Evansville was declared by the proclamation of the State of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Soybean Association as “The Evansville Soybean Capitol


Settled in the 1840s, Evansville was originally referred to as the “The Grove,” a historical reference to a stand of trees just northwest of the city. Since then, the community of Evansville has carefully preserved and revitalized its historic residential and commercial buildings - making our community home to what the Wisconsin Historical Society has identified as “the finest collection of 1840s to 1915 architecture of any small town in Wisconsin.” 7

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of Wisconsin.” A display with historical information regarding the proclamation and contributions of the agribusiness and farmers is located in the lower level of the Eager Building at 7 East Main Street.

the Evansville Mercantile Association. They opened a general store named The Grange. The Grange was an important part of the Evansville economy for over 100 years. The store was housed in a downtown business site, presently referred to as The Grange Mall. This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The predominant livestock is cows with several dairy farms in the vicinity; farms are often truly “family farms” remaining in the family over several generations. The biggest crops in the area are corn and soybeans. Native grasses and prairie plantings, vegetables and organic produce also have a significant presence among our local farms. Several prominent Evansville businesses cater to agriculture providing services such as grain storage, truck and rail shipping, fertilizer and agronomy, and large animal veterinarians.

Agriculture – Past & Present The agribusiness and area farmers have been important to the Evansville community since 1839. Evansville developed as a community as a result of the working relationship of the farmers and city residents. In 1874, farmers and members of the Grange, also referred to as the Patrons of Husbandry, organized and formed

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City Parks & Recreation The City of Evansville has over 58 acres of park and recreational open space. Six neighborhood parks and the flagship Leonard Leota Park comprise space available to people in the greater Evansville area. The parks include: • Leonard Leota Park - North Madison Street • Westside Park - South Sixth Street • Countryside Park - North Water Street • Franklin Park - South Union Street • Seminary Park - South Fourth Street Peace Garden & Labyrinth • Brzezinski Park - Corner of West Church and Crawford Streets, Wheelchair Accessible Swings • Wind Prairie Park - South Second Street and Old Highway 92 For current parks-related information, please contact City Hall at 608-882-2266.

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within the park were dredged to restore the lake for recreational use and wildlife habitat. The stone creek walls, picnic tables, bell tower, buildings and other stone structures were built during the Great Depression as Civilian Conservation Corps and Works Progress Administration projects. Rehabilitation of the creek walls is currently underway. Leonard Leota Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a designed landscape. Leonard Leota Park also offers the following amenities: • Baseball and softball diamonds • Basketball court • Tennis courts • Hiking areas • Picnic areas including five shelter houses • Playground areas in four locations • Disc Golf course • Skate Park An interesting feature to the park is the welcome center and local history museum in the former Baker Office Building. This historic building was no longer in use by Baker Manufacturing and moved to the park’s Madison Street entrance in 1999. The Evansville Grove Society has restored the building to serve as office space for the society and as a local history museum. The building also became the home of Evansville Community Partnership



lifeguards, a zero-depth entry area for young children and inexperienced swimmers, a diving board and two slides. A special section for lap swimming is available and swimming lessons are also offered. The pool’s season runs from June through August. Schedule and information for the pool can be obtained from City Hall at 608-882-2266 or the city’s website at During the season, the pool’s number is 608882-2276. Photo by Laura Janisch

(ECP), a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing Evansville’s quality of life. In 2009, in honor of the building’s history, the Baker Manufacturing Company donated a vintage Baker Monitor windmill which was installed next to the building and can be viewed from Madison Street.

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Reserving Park Facilities The park picnic shelters may be reserved for family and business gatherings. The ball diamonds and soccer fields may also be reserved for single or multi-day and seasonal events. Facilities are available on a first-come, firstserved basis.

To reserve these amenities, please contact City Hall at 608-882-2266. • Picnic shelter, single-day rates are $28 (residents) and $55 (non-residents). • Athletic fields, single-day rates are $55 (residents) and $110 (non-residents). • Athletic fields, multi-day rates are $110 (residents) and $220 (non-residents). • Athletic fields, seasonal rates are $220 (residents) and $275 (non-residents). • A $100 security deposit is required with any reservation.

Recreational Facilities In addition to these parks located in the City, there are nearby recreational facilities outside the City of Evansville. They include: • Magnolia Bluff County Park - 4 miles southwest of Evansville • Gibbs Lake County Park - 5 miles northeast of Evansville • Sugar River Trail - 9 miles southwest of Evansville in Albany

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Evansville School District The Evansville Community School District is a district of approximately 1,820 students. They take pride in their small class sizes, their focus on the child as an individual, their comprehensive approach to academics, fine arts, physical fitness and technology integration, and most importantly, a safe, caring, and inclusive learning environment.

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608-882-3888 420 S. Fourth St. Grades 3-5 Principal: Ms. Barb Dorn Children in grades 3-5 attend our intermediate school in a building connected to the elementary school. Staff provide a child-centered program where resource teachers work closely with classroom teachers to help each child reach their potential.

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608-882-4780 307 S. First St. Grades 6-8 Principal: Ms. Joanie Dobbs Our 6-8 grade middle school provides a block schedule which allows students time to pursue their learning in more depth. Teachers operate as grade level teams and meet weekly to discuss student needs.

Evansville High School Students in the Evansville Community School District score at or above the state average in the state assessments and Advanced Placement testing. Visit the district’s website at for information. In addition, the Evansville Community School District and its schools either meet or exceed the state expectations for public schools.

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608-882-4600 640 S. Fifth St. Grades 9-12 Principal: Mr.Jason Knott Ass’t Principal/Athletic Director: Mr. Brian Cashore Our comprehensive high school offers academic, fine arts, and vocational/technical classes on a block schedule. Advanced placement courses and web-based online education classes help individualize our program to provide an appropriate level of challenge for each student. Our students are actively involved in a wide range of school-sponsored extra-curricular activities. The Performing Arts Center provides a state-of-the-art venue for school and community productions.

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608-882-4606 401 S. Third Street Early Childhood-Grade 2 Principal: Mr. Mark Schwartz Our elementary school consists of Early Childhood, Four-Year-Old Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and first and second grade classes. SAGE classes of approximately 18 students help our students get a solid start as readers and writers. 13

Chamber Bucks The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism offers Chamber Bucks — a fast and easy way to support Evansville’s economy by shopping local, Chamber-member businesses. You can purchase Chamber Bucks in $5, $10 and $20 increments at Greenwoods State Bank, BMO Harris,, UB&T and the Chamber office at 8 W. Main Street.

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2018 Calendar of Activities Ongoing Events Year round - Creekside Place Art Exhibits. Visit often to see changing exhibits! Creekside Place Gallery, 102 Maple St., Evansville. 882-0407, Creekside Cruise Night. Show off your ride with pride! First Thursday, May-September, 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St. Evansville. 8820407, Eager Economy Building Micro-Museum (lower level) offers a glimpse of Evansville’s agriculture history. The historic building also is home to two towering examples of restored Baker-Monitor windmills. 7 E. Main St., Evansville. Grove Society Local History Museum. Fun exhibits in the past featured Evansville’s circus history and tourist camps. Located in the historic former Baker Manufacturing Company Office Building at the North Madison St. entrance of Leonard-Leota Park, 15 Antes Dr., Evansville. Open summer weekends and by appointment. Contact Jennifer Ehle, 608-302-1722,

Self-Guided Historic District Walking Tour. Evansville’s four historic districts include the second oldest nationally designated district in the state. Focusing on homes and businesses primarily near the downtown area, four selfguided walking tours are mapped in the free Walker’s Guide tour book. Copies are available at Creekside Place, Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism, City Hall, Eager Free Public Library, and the local History Museum. Residential Barn Quilt Tour. Evansville is home to 80-plus Barn Quilts, the highest concentration of residential and community Barn Quilts in Rock County. Free brochure with map is available at Creekside Place, Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism, City Hall, and Eager Free Public Library. A link to an on-line version is available at

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March 1 - Grove Society Program: History Of Union Township. Historian Ruth Ann Montgomery of Evansville will be the presenter for the March meeting: Early Settlement of Union Township, which will include information on the village of Union’s churches, social organizations, and government. This program is a prelude to the cemetery tour of Union Baptist Church later in the spring. Many of the villages’ early settlers migrated to Evansville, Cooksville, Rutland and the surrounding area. Location: Creekside Place, 6:00 p.m. 2-3 - Pop-Up Market. Shop vintage, handmade and repurposed treasures all day Friday and Saturday at Evansville Main Street proprietors and numerous special vendors at Red Barn. Admission fee at Red Barn. For information,

18 - Magic Show at Creekside Place 24 - Easter Egg Hunt. Photos with Easter Bunny at 10am, hunt at 11am. Countryside Park on North Water Street, Evansville.

4 - 28th Annual FFA Farm Toy Show. Farm machinery exhibits, trains, cars, trucks, and more. Noon kiddie pedal pull. $3; kids under 10 free. 9am-2pm, Evansville School District Field House (Grove Campus), 320 Fair St., Evansville. 8824125.

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14 - Grove Society Program: Show & Tell with Stories about Evansville Baseball, Part I. BASEBALL! This session is a prelude to the Third Annual History in the Park, which will focus on baseball at Leonard-Leota Park, summer 2018. Bring your stories, photographs and other artifacts for a show-and-tell. Grove Society volunteers will be present to scan your photographs and record your stories for the Society’s collections on Evansville’s rich baseball history. We would like to hear your suggestions on how to plan and organize event this summer’s History in the Park. Location: Creekside Place, 1:00 p.m.

April 5 - Genealogy: Murder, Suicide or Accident? Author Doris Green will tell the story of her decades-long quest to learn the cause of her favorite aunt’s death, which led to her new book Elsie’s Story: Chasing a Family Mystery. Doris will share the traditional genealogy and investigative journalism strategies she used to answer the question, “Murder, suicide, or accident?” as well as a few unconventional approaches. Creekside Place, 6:00 p.m. 11 - Grove Society Program: Show & Tell with Stories about Evansville Baseball, Part II. Same as March 14th. Location: Creekside Place, 1:00 p.m. 19 - Grove Society Program: Antes Cabin & Lake Leota Tourist Camp. Dan Stephans of Evansville, architect and noted storyteller, will entertain people with facts, figures and trivia about the development of the road, the formation of car clubs who traveled the roads, and the creation of Evansville’s Tourist Cabins in the 1920s-1050s. His power-point presentation has a great collection of historic photos, maps, and news articles. People are encouraged to bring their historic photographs and memories of Evansville’s tourist camp. Location: The Heights at the Evansville Manor, 201 N 4th St, Evansville, 2:00 p.m. 20 - Week of the Young Child Family Fun Night. Free event featuring games and prizes, 4-H animals, face painting, arts and crafts, summer sport sign-ups, martial arts, health education, and more. Dinner available and very affordable. 5:30-7:30pm, Levi Leonard Elementary School field house, 401 S. Third St., Evansville. 882-9900.


May 3 - Creekside Cruise Night. Bring that special ride that gives you pride and show it off at Cruise Night! 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. 882-0407 creeksidecruise 3 - Genealogy: How to Check Out Cemeteries: Union Baptist Cemetery Example. David Bradford and Jenean Hamilton will be co-presenters for this event regarding What to look for when visiting a cemetery and A Sneak Preview of Union Baptist Cemetery. Location: Creekside Place, 6:00 p.m.

11 - Art Crawl. More than 20 Main Street shops and others host up to 30 artists in a fun Friday evening of art, refreshments and entertainment. 19 - Genealogy: Union Baptist Cemetery Tour. Jenean Hamilton of Evansville will lead a tour of Union Baptist Cemetery, located in the village of Union, Rock County, (south of Union Tavern, on the east side of Highway 14). This is an early Rock County cemetery (1847-1920), which contains about 100 graves of early Rock County settlers. Many of their descendants moved on to neighboring towns: Cooksville, Evansville, Rutland and elsewhere. The speaker, with assistance from Cliff Muchow and Boy Scout Troop 514, has been actively involved in the maintenance of the cemetery and has researched many of the individuals/families buried there. Dress appropriately for a walk in the country. Do not park on the highway or in the cemetery driveway. Please carpool to reduce the number of cars. Arrangements are being made for parking within the village of Union, but there will be some walking. We will assist with shuttling to the cemetery. (Grove Society) Chairs will be provided. Location: Union Baptist Cemetery, 1:00 p.m.

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28 - Memorial Day Recognition. Parade and Rally in the Alley featuring live music, food and silent auction. The Chamber hosts its annual raffle, too. Join the fun under the tent! VFW Post #6905, 179 E. Main St., Evansville. 882-2335

30 - Evansville Fourth of July Festival. Day 1 starts with fishing tournament in the morning. Festival tent opens at noon. Live music! LeonardLeota Park, Leonard Park Drive, Evansville. 8820598,



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7 - Creekside Cruise Night. Bring that special ride that gives you pride and show it off at Cruise Night! 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. 882-0407 creeksidecruise 22 - Strawberry Festival. 3rd Annual fundraiser for Evansville Education Foundation features fresh, homemade strawberry shortcake. Eat in/ take out. 3-7pm, John M. Evans Hall, 104 W. Main St., Evansville. 29 - Friends of the Eager Free Public Library Ice Cream Social. Cake, ice cream, auction, and raffle, plus children’s old-time carnival games. 6-8pm, John M. Evans Hall, 104 W. Main St., Evansville. 882-2260,

3-4 - Evansville Fourth of July Festival. Festival tent opens at 5pm Tuesday. Live music! Evansville’s popular parade starts at 10am Wednesday. Festival tent opens at noon. Famous fireworks king starts the show at dusk. LeonardLeota Park in Evansville. 882-0598, www.ecpi-wi. org 4 - Evansville 4th of July Fun Run/Walk. 7:30am Leonard-Leota Park. 10K/5K/1Mile run-walk. Proceeds benefit Evansville Soccer Club Scholarship Fund, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and the Deb Olsen Scholarship Fund. It’s a popular event! Contact

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August 2 - Creekside Cruise Night. Bring that special ride that gives you pride and show it off at Cruise Night! 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. 882-0407 creeksidecruise 3-4 - Friends of the Eager Free Public Library Summer Gently Used Book Sale. 2-5pm Friday, 9am-2pm Saturday, lower Level at The Grange, 19 W. Main St., Evansville. 882-2260, http://als. 3-4 - Evansville’s City-Wide Garage Sale Days. From A-Z, it’s here: collectibles, treasures & more! 4 - Evansville Chamber Cash Raffle Fundraiser. 33 cash prizes with grand prize of $10,000. $50 tickets available at several Evansville locations.

September 5 - Grove Society Program: Historic Preservation Law in Wisconsin. Dan Stephans and John Decker will review the development of historic preservation initiatives and the implementation of preservation laws by legislatures and courts. Local preservation activities conducted by landmarks and preservation commissions that comply with the requirements of federal and state laws, meet best practices, and further community expectations will be highlighted. Location: John M. Evans Hall, 104 W. Main Street, Evansville, at 6:30 pm. 6 - Creekside Cruise Night. Bring that special ride that gives you pride and show it off at Cruise Night! 5-8pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. 882-0407 creeksidecruise 9 - History in the Park. 3rd annual outdoor event sponsored by The Grove Society. New museum exhibits. Outdoor program in the afternoon. Contact Jennifer Ehle, 608-302-1722,


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Jeffrey G. Collins, CFP, CLU Senior Financial Services Officer

Stacy Patterson Investment Services Assistant • 608-882-5200 Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor. Member FINRA/SIPC. Insurance products offered through LPL Financial or its licensed affiliates. The investment products sold through LPL Financial are not insured deposits and are not FDIC insured. These products are not obligations of the and are not endorsed, recommended or guaranteed by or any government agency. The value of the investment may fluctuate, the return on the investment is not guaranteed, and loss of principal is possible. 21

13 - Evansville Annual Golf Outing. Sponsored by Chamber of Commerce & Tourism. All welcome to register and play. Contact the Chamber, 882-5131 or 14 - Ladies Night Out. Hugely popular fun evening of shopping, pampering and treats along historic Main Street in Evansville. Everyone who registers receives a special shopping bag filled with goodies; stay for the prize drawings at the end of the evening! Contact the Chamber, 8825131 or Sept. 28 to Oct 6 - Theodore Robinson Plein Air Painting Competition. 6th annual. Artists paint outdoors in during prescribed dates and defined geographic area around Evansville. Prizes awarded Oct. 6. 882-0598,

October 6 - Theodore Robinson Plein Air Painting Competition Awards. 6th annual. Completed, framed works of art are judged and awarded prizes, followed by public display and auction. Noon-3pm, John M. Evans Hall, 104 W. Main St., Evansville. 882-0598,

23 - Oktoberfest. More than 70-plus craft beers ready for sampling at this popular local fundraiser! Ticket price includes souvenir sampling glass and appetizers by local caterers. VIP event prior to public opening. Admission fee. 6-10pm, Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville. 882-0407,

November 8 - Grove Society Program: American Legion & Its Auxiliary. Evansville American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary have a long history of community service in Evansville. The Legion was organized as a veteran’s organization after the First World War with the Evansville chapter named for Harry McKinney, Evansville’s first soldier to be killed in Europe. The organization was open to men who had served in the Army, Navy and Marines during the war. As was common during that period of time, a separate organization, the Legion Auxiliary, was organized for the wives, mothers, sisters, daughters and friends of the men who served. Location: The Heights, 2 PM. 16-17 - Olde Fashioned Christmas. Carriage rides, storefront decorations, caroling and special treats 5pm-closing Friday. Santa arrives by firetruck 10 am Saturday plus more caroling and festivities through the day. Downtown Evansville, 882-5131, 21 - Friends of the Eager Free Library Pie Sale. noon-6pm (or till pies are gone) at the library, 39 W. Main St., Evansville. 882-2260, http://als.lib. 30 - Love Light Tree Ceremony


Sarah & Company

A Salon LLC

Full-Service Hair Salon ✷ Haircuts ✷ Color ✷ Shampoo & Style ✷ Manicures ✷ Pedicures ✷ Massage Therapy ✷ Tanning

1 - Evansville Holiday Craft Fair. 35th annual. $1 admission fee. 9am-3pm, JC McKenna Middle School gym and cafeteria, 307 S. First St., Evansville. 882-3306. TBA - Ecumenical Choir Christmas Concert

Tanning lotions are available for purchase along with Sebastian & Moroccan Oil Hair care products and more. 469 E. Main St., Evansville



M 8am-7pm;T-Th 8am-8pm; F 8am-5pm; Sat 8am-12


Thank you To our Chairman’s Club level members!

Happy Buddha Dog Training


2018 Business Listings Agribrusiness

Appliances & Appliance Repair ApplianceWorks

Landmark - Agronomy

Offering Smart Solutions for today’s production needs. 6631 Cty. M, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-819-3202

33 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4156 Fax: 608-882-4981

Attorney Shannon Law Office

104 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5944 Fax: 608-882-6462

Automotive Landmark - Grain Purchasing & Marketing

Landmark has the speed, space & markets to move your grain in a timely & productive manner. 18218 W. State Rd. 59, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-819-3203

Larson Acres

18218 W State Rd 59, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6662 Fax: 608-882-2320

Air Conditioning & Heating GH Heating & Air

315 Water St., PO Box 232, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-3900 Fax: 608-882-6617

R.A. Heating & Air Conditioning Inc 598 Water St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6221 Fax: 608-882-4440

Amateur Baseball

N.A.P.A. Auto Parts

8202 Hwy 14 N, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5869

Papa Dukes Car Wash

730 Brown School Rd., P.O Box 106 Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-698-4144

Symdon Chevrolet

369 Union St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4803 Fax: 608-882-4805

Utzig Carstar Collision Service Center

204 Water St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0807 Fax: 608-754-8971

Banks, Financial Services & Tax Preparation BMO Harris Bank

25 N. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6166 Fax: 608-882-2677

Edward Jones Financial Advisor: Sharon Ballou Evansville Jays Home Talent Baseball Club

Play Competitive Baseball, or Enjoy Watching Baseball at Lake Leota Park, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-575-4359

16 S. Madison St., Ste C, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0867 Fax: 877-532-9886

First Community Bank

202 Merchant Row, Milton, WI 53563 Ph: 608-868-7644 Fax: 608-868-7746


Greenwoods State Bank

12 J Lindemann Dr, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6010 Fax: 608-882-0863 www .greenwoods .bank

The Red Barn Tavern & Banquet Hall 7530 Cty Tk M, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-575-0761

H&R Block Tax Service

471 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: (608) 882-4545 Fax: 608-882-5158

Evansville Memorial VFW Post 6905

Public Welcome, Hall Rental Available for Smaller Parties 179 E . Main St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2335 www .myvfw .ovg/wi/post6905/ www .fb .com/VFWpost6905evansvillewi

beauTy salons & sPa serviCes

Retirement Income Strategies

Mission: To be the last financial advisor you will ever need. 7 E Main St . #6, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-208-1800 Fax: 866-225-5801 www .MadisonMoneyGuy .com www .fb .com/ristrategies/

Roger G. Roth & Associates CPA

Tax, Accounting, Payroll, Quick Books ProAdvisor’s and Consultants 1 N . Madison St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-822-2795 Fax: 608-882-2480 www .rgr-cpa .com www .fb .com/rgrcpa

Union Bank & Trust

Offering Banking, Financial Services, Trust Services and Crop Insurance for families, farmers and businesses 2 E Main St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5200 Fax: 608-882-6889 www .ub-t .com www .fb .com/UnionBankTrustCompany/

Sarah & Company A Salon

469 E . Main St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2500

CabineTry & CounTerToPs

Badgerland Custom Cabinetry & Countertops

Affordable Quality Cabinetry & Tops, Full Service Design & Remodeling Services 73 S . Union St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: (608) 882-0291 www .fb .com/BadgerlandCabinets


Wee Ones Child Care Center

Strong Start 4Kids PRogram, Qualified, Experienced Staff, Secured, Locked Building, Meals Provided 618 Porter Rd ., Evanville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-3400


Union Bank & Trust - Financial Services 2 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5200 www .ub-t .com/investmenttrust

St. John’s Lutheran Church

bars, lounges & Taverns Pete’s Inn Bar & Grill

14 N Madison, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4170

All Are Welcome 312 South Third St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4044 www .StJohns-LC .org


CiviC & non-ProfiT organiZaTions AWARE in Evansville

209 S . First St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-9900 www .fb .com/AWAREEvansville

Building A Safer Evansville (BASE)

Substance Abuse Prevention 150 E Main St ., Ste 17, Evansville, WI 53536 www .buildingasaferevansville .org

Dane County Buy Local

2801 International Ln ., Madison, WI 53704 Ph: 608-729-7342 www .danebuylocal .com

Eager Free Public Library

CliniCs & hosPiTals Stoughton Hospital

900 Ridge St ., Stoughton, WI 53589 Ph: 608-873-6611 www .stoughtonhospital .com

CommuniTy CenTers & reCePTion faCiliTies Creekside Place Inc.

102 Maple St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0407 www .creeksideplace .org

ConCreTe Allen Custom Flatwork

803 Brown School Rd, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2784 Fax: 608-882-6856

39 W Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2260 Fax: 608-882-2261 www .als .lib .wi .us/EFPL

Baumberger Foundations

Evansville Fund - Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin 26 S . Jackson St ., Janesville, WI 53548 Ph: 608-758-0883

www .cfsw .org/community-funds/evansville-community-fund/

Evansville Housing Authority

482 Water St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4586 www .baumbergershop .com/

ConTraCTors, ConsTruCTion, exCavaTing & lumber suPPly Magee Construction

455 S 1st St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4518 Fax: 608-882-0432

528 Water St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6561 Fax: 608-882-6533

Nelson-Young Lumber Co. Evansville Memorial VFW Post 6905

Public Welcome, Hall Rental Available for Smaller Parties 179 E . Main St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2335 www .myvfw .ovg/wi/post6905/ www .fb .com/VFWpost6905evansvillewi

SCORE- Madison

505 S . Rosa Rd . Ste . 37, Madison WI 53719 Ph: 608-441-2820 www .madison .score .org

Stoughton Hospital Foundation


917 Todd Dr ., Janesville, WI 53546 Ph: 608-752-6611 Fax: 608-752-7218 www .paulsonkimball .com

Phillips Contracting LLC

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-751-4025 www .phillipscontractingllc .com 150 Union St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4536 Fax: 608-882-0172

Cleaning serviCes Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-751-9440

Paulson Kimball Construction, LLC

Roy Heacox & Son

900 Ridge St ., Stoughton, WI 53589 Ph: 608-873-2328 Fax: 608-873-2355 www .stoughtonhospital .com

Clean to a T

206 E . Main St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4960 Fax: 608-882-5997 www .nylumber .com

Vogel Bros. Building Co.

5460 Fen Oak Dr ., Madison, WI 53718 Ph: 608-241-5454 Fax: 608-241-5155 www .vogelbldg .com

Convenience Stores/ Gas Stations


9 John Lindemann Dr., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4032

Romano’s Pizza & Lounge

50 N. Union St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6786

All N One

104 S Madison St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4757

Casey’s General Store

230 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-9847


40 Union St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5535 Fax: 608-882-6534

Education Blackhawk Technical College

6004 S. Co Rd. G, Janesville, WI 53547 Ph: 608-758-6900 Fax: 608-757-7740

Landmark Cenex

Stop in for fuel, quick groceries, & beverages 9 John Lindemann Dr, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2621

Evansville Community School District 340 Fair St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-3381 Fax: 608-882-6564

Dental Care Maple Grove Family Dental, LLC 39 W. Church St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4860 Fax: 608-882-4862

Midwest Dental

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0100

Golz Electric

Funeral Homes/Services

The Grove Family Dental & TMJ Clinic Preventive and restorative care for the entire family 109 S. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4441 Fax: 608-882-4967

Dining, Desserts & Catering 11 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-490-1938

Evansville Electric LLC

32 Cemetery Rd, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4125

449 S 1st St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4338 Fax: 608-882-6777

Blu’s Treat Shoppe


Ward-Hurtley Funeral Home

Provides funeral, memorial, personalization, aftercare, pre-planning and cremation services 130 S 5th St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4410 Fax: 608-882-4411

Golf Course Evansville Golf Club

8501 N. Cemetery Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6804 Fax: 608-882-6898

Mama Rita’s Pizzeria & Bakery 18 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6666 27

Grocery Store Kopecky’s Piggly Wiggly

8 N. Cty. Rd. M, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5308

Health & Wellness Anytime Fitness Evansville

821 Brown School Rd, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5644

Evansville Hometown Pharmacy

21 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4550 Fax: 608-882-0149

Internet Service Litewire Internet Services

555 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4728

Landscape Design, Supply, Lawn & Outdoor Services Formecology, LLC

210 Cemetery Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6656 Fax: 608-237-2499

Mad Dog Mowing

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-921-9955

Urban Landscaping/Pleasant Prairie Greenhouse

16907 W. Cty. Rd. C, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4983


Evilcardio LLC

Group Fitness Classes, All levels welcomed and encouraged 7 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-295-4678

Insurance Agencies State Farm Insurance - Jeff Farnsworth 7 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4323 Fax: 608-260-7728

Boarders Inn & Suites

715 Brown School Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0936 Fax: 608-882-0938

Manufacturing Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC 133 Enterprise St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5100 Fax: 608-882-3777

BlueScope Buildings

GRAMS Insurance Agency, LLC

We provide affordable Home, Auto, Business, Farm,Umbrella, Motorcycle, Boat, RV Insurance, Bonds, Life and much more. 15 N Madison St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6515 Fax: 608-882-6517

Mosher & Associates Insurance Services 15 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0000 Fax: 608-325-7153

273 Water St., Evanville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5000 Fax: 608-882-2370

Stoughton Trailers

We are hiring – come join the family at Stoughton Trailers 101 Cty. Hwy M, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-873-2600



Painting & Wallpaper

Unified Newspaper Group (Stoughton Courier Hub)

Arthur Hallinan Painting & Wallpaper


Drop Dead Pest Solutions

133 Enterprise Dr., Verona, WI 53593 Ph: 608-845-9559 Fax: 608-845-9550

Brooklyn, WI 53521 Ph: 608-455-3377

Pest Control Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-293-1768

1 S. Parker Dr., Janesville, WI 53548 Ph: 608-752-7895

Pet Care, Boarding, Veterinarian

Welcome Wagon

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-852-5552

Ashley’s Mobile Critter Care

Municipal Services City Hall

31 S Madison St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2266

Evansville Department of Public Works 15 Old Hwy 92, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-490-1313

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-228-6834

Chesterfield Boarding Kennel

5641 N Old 92, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6197 Fax: 608-882-6218

Evansville Veterinary Service 18 Maple St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5330 Fax: 608-882-9818

Evansville EMS

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2292

Evansville Fire District

425 Water St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-9934 (non-emergency)

Happy Buddha Dog Training

Evansville Police Department

10 W. Church St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-2292 (non-emergency)

Nursing Homes/Senior Living/ Assisted Living Facilities

Providing professional certified dog training/behavior and pet sitting services, in the comfort of your home. 535 US Hwy 14, Brooklyn, Wi 53521 Ph: 608-719-2968

Evansville Manor

470 Garfield, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5700 Fax: 608-882-9100

Love on a Leash A Pet Salon

Offers Complete Grooming Services for Your Furry Friends 3 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-1444

Kelly House

121 S. 5th St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4191 Fax: 608-882-6149

The Heights

201 N. Fourth St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-9995 Fax: 608-882-0970 29

Power Washing

Morning-Berg LLC

102 E. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0897

Retail & Specialty Shops 100 Proof Design Co. Under Pressure Power Washing

Commercial & Residential - Licensed & Insured Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-490-3005

Real Estate (Residential & Commercial)/Leasing Allen Realty

803 Brown School Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6840 Fax: 608-882-6856

Berg Realty LLC

102 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0897

Century 21 Affiliated

7 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5216 Fax: 608-882-4840

18 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-359-5219

Cedar Hollow

11 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-1600

Dave’s Evansville Ace Hardware

755 Brown School Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4646 Fax: 608-882-6405

Evansville Hometown Pharmacy

21 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-4550 Fax: 608-882-0149

Farnsworth Ceramics

12 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6003

FUNctional Organization Solutions Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-535-9853

Golden Paw Pet Boutique Evansville Realty LLC

Complete Real Estate Services - Residential, Commercial, New Construction & Development 1 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6200

George Auction Service & Real Estate Auctions

11211 N Union Rd, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6123

George Realty & Auction

Brooklyn, WI 53521 Ph: 608-289-7592

Hurley Ranch - Home Building & Realty 129 N. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 608-732-7020

LJG Properties LLC Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-751-2316

Morning Ridge Development Co. 7902 N. Cty M, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-295-9447

16 W. Main St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-284-0855

Hanson Electronics, US Cellular Dealer Cell Phone repair, supply, and one stop shop to anything electronics 603 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-0680

Hello Beautiful Boutique Piphany by Jessica Ross

Clothing & Accessories Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-513-2562

Lori’s Tupperware Sales

20 S. Madison St., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-6116


TeleCommuniCaTion serviCes

My Lips are Sealed by Dori

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-772-1351 www .facebook .com/groups/bydori


316 W . Washington Ave ., Madison, WI 53703 Ph: 608-252-2359 www .att .com

Ringhand’s Beer Mustard Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-5879

Tree serviCe

The Vintage Roost

Mallon Tree Service, LLC

14 W . Main St ., Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 218-209-8510 www .facebook .com/StudioRepeats/

Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-492-1124 www .mallontreeservice .com

Urban Exchange Consignment

14 E Main St, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-882-1260 www .urbanexchangeconsignments .com

sTorage faCiliTies

Big Barn Storage

10700 N Highway 59, Evansville, WI 53536 Ph: 608-490-3592 www .bigbarnstorage .com www .fb .com/bigbarnstorage

Photo by Laura Janisch

(866) SYMDONS (866-796-3667)

369 Union Street, Hwy. 14, Evansville, WI 53536


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2018 Evansville Community Guide  

2018 Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Business Directory & Community Guide

2018 Evansville Community Guide  

2018 Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Business Directory & Community Guide