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Find What You’re Looking For... The content of this directory is the property of the Brooklyn Area Chamber of Commerce. Reproduction or use is prohibited without prior written authorization of the Brooklyn Area Chamber of Commerce. 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:

Brooklyn Area Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 33, Brooklyn, Wisconsin 53521 BrooklynAreaChamber@gmail.com BrooklynAreaChamberofCommerce.org www.facebook.com/BrooklynACoC Cover photos courtesy of Ann Wanless.

Chamber Welcome..................... 4 Chamber Officers....................... 4 Parks......................................... 5 History.................................... 6-7 Village & Town Resources........ 8-9 Veterans Memorial................... 10 Brooklyn Map...................... 12-13 GeoTours................................. 13 Wildlife Areas...................... 14-15 Elementary School.................... 16 Word Search Fun!..................... 17 Calendar of Events.............. 18-19 Chamber Membership.......... 20-21

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Chamber Welcome

Welcome to the 3rd Annual Brooklyn Area Community Guide. We want to thank the businesses and community groups that help us each year to make the Guide a success. This coming year the Chamber will continue to promote and serve our members and other businesses in the area. Meetings are once a month and we’ve been experimenting with lunch time meetings and different days of the week to make it more convenient for members to attend. We hosted a Business Fair in February and plan to make it a yearly event to highlight the businesses our community has to offer, and we’d like to thank Down Home Cookhouse for opening their restaurant for the event. There is a need for activities for youth during the summer. The Village Recreation Committee has summer youth from the end of June through early August. The Chamber would like to come up with some ideas for students in fifth grade through ninth grade. If anyone has any suggestions, please contact the Chamber.

Chamber Officers

Linda Kuhlman - President Ann Wanless - Vice President Erin Turner - Secretary Sue McCallum - Treasurer brooklynareachamber@gmail.com

Please look for the Chamber Newsletter for future events and activities. We are looking forward to another great year.

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Brooklyn Area Parks

The Brooklyn area has many parks and wildlife areas for the enjoyment of all. They include the following: Village of Brooklyn – 455-4201 • Legion Park, 201 S. 1st Street – two ball diamonds, covered pavilion, playground equipment, tennis court • Smithfield Park, 287 Hotel Street – covered pavilion, ball diamond, playground equipment • Water Tower Park, Juniper Street/Douglas Drive – playground equipment Town of Brooklyn – 455-6411 • Liberty Pole Hill Park, Highway 92/Amidon Road – covered pavilion, playground equipment Town of Oregon – 835-3200 • Bicentennial Park, 845 Highway MM – conservation park of 20 acres • Raven Oaks Park, 6238 Ahwahnee Court – wooded park, playground equipment • Town Park, 901 Glenway Road – walking park, playground equipment • Hillcrest Park, 873 and 876 Della Road – greenway park, playground equipment • Kennedy Park, 4779 Kennedy Park Road – open space, playground equipment • Anderson County Park, 914 Union Road The Brooklyn area is also home to the following: • Harvey’s Marsh Waterfowl Production Area, US Highway 14 – Open to hunting, fishing, observation and photography, hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, education • Brooklyn Wildlife Area, County Highway D, Belleville – Open to biking, bird watching, canoeing, cross country skiing, fishing, hiking, hunting, trapping

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Brooklyn Area History The Village of Brooklyn started out as part of the Town of Brooklyn and Town of Rutland. Charles Sutherland received a land grant in 1844, and after homesteading for two years, he was deeded the quarter section 1-4-9. The Town of Brooklyn was registered in 1849 and the village developed in this town. Growth of the village began in 1855 when Hiram Capwell purchased land from Sutherland and enticed the railroad to locate through his property. The railroad laid tracks in 1864 and Capwell filed a plat map and registered as the proprietor of the Village of Brooklyn in 1868. The railroad allowed residents to travel to larger communities, brought commercial development, and the village grew. It formally incorporated as a Village in March of 1905. Merchants from Evansville, Oregon and Rutland came to Brooklyn soon after to set up markets and businesses. Primarily an agronomy economy, the Plat Map of 1891 shows stockyards and the first industry, the Duplex Windmill factory, were both located on Market Street. They were followed by blacksmiths, a church, shops, railroad hotel and the largest grain mill between Chicago and Minneapolis. The first school was built in 1883 for $3,000 in the Legion Park. This building burned down and a second school was built in 1903 at the site of the present school. Our school was incorporated with the Oregon School District in 1962. Brooklyn Elementary School is still an anchor of the community.

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The downtown businesses remained a strong commercial district, housing a century bank, post office and retail stores. The village has continued to grow from a population of 250 to 1,437 with residential developments including Melvins Addition to the current Brooklyn Commons. The village expanded its commercial areas to the north side and a business park on the east side.

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Brooklyn Village and Town Resources The Village is looking forward to a year of growth in 2020. Going into the new year, the final two businesses are being built in the Business Complex, new duplexes and homes are being completed at the north end of town, and a new music venue called Main Street Music and More has opened in Andy Meyer’s building on Main Street. This year is also a big election year. There will be four elections this year – February 18, April 7, August 11 and November 3. There are three Village trustee seats to be filled in April. Incumbents, Sue McCallum and Kyle Smith, will not be running, while incumbent Dan Olson will be running for re-election. There is still the opportunity to support the Village by being on the board as a write-in candidate. The Recreation Committee has expanded their offerings at the Community Building. The gym is free for anyone wanting to play Pickleball weekday mornings between 8 and 10:30 a.m. In the summer, Pickleball will be offered in Legion Park on one of the tennis courts. In addition to their continuing Yoga classes, they offer an aerobic class and switch between PiYo®, WERQ®, Country Heat® or Zumba®. Adult Karate classes have also started. You don’t have to be an expert for any of these classes; beginners are always welcome. Punch cards are available for all the classes or they offer pay as you go. For the kids, there is Ballet in the spring and fall and Summer Rec starting late June through early August.

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A new addition to the Village is the Sunday Dance Party. Every Sunday night from 7:15 to 10 p.m. there is ballroom dancing at the Community Building. It is $10 per person and includes beginner lessons starting at 6:30 p.m. Dance to a DJ or live music on occasion.

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And of course, there are the annual tractor pulls on Memorial Day, sponsored by the CATP, and Labor Day, sponsored by Brooklyn Sno-Hornets and Oregon SnoBlazers. The Labor Day event includes a pancake breakfast at Legion Park hosted by Monona Bank, and the Fall Arts and Craft Fair at the Brooklyn Elementary School hosted by the Brooklyn Recreation Committee.

As you can see, the Village of Brooklyn has plenty to offer residents and visitors to our wonderful and growing community.

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Village of Brooklyn Clerk’s Office 210 Commercial Street, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-4201 - Fax: (608) 455-1385 clerk@brooklynwi.gov www.brooklynwi.gov Village of Brooklyn Public Works Department 102 Windy Lane, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-1842 - Fax: (608) 455-1501 publicworks@brooklynwi.gov

Town of Brooklyn 400 W. Main Street, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-6411 clerk@brooklynwisconsin.org www.townofbrooklyn.org Town of Oregon 1138 Union Road, Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 835-3200 - Fax: (608) 835-2235 jhanson@town.oregon.wi.us www.town.oregon.wi.us


Town of Rutland Town Hall 785 Center Road, Stoughton, WI 53589 Brooklyn Mailing Address: Police Department 4177 Old Stage Road, Brooklyn, WI 53521 102 N. Rutland Avenue, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-3925 (608) 455-2131 - Fax: (608) 455-1799 clerk@town.rutland.wi.us police@brooklynwi.gov www.town.rutland.wi.us Brooklyn Town of Union Fire and EMS 10831 N. Highway 14, Brooklyn, WI 53521 401 W. Main Street, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 577-6644 (608) 455-3812 townofunionwi@gmail.com www.brooklynfireems.org www.tn.union.wi.gov

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Brooklyn Area Veterans Memorial The Brooklyn Area Veterans Memorial reflects a commitment to the community and our soldiers. Since the Revolutionary War until today, over 800 men and women have left the Brooklyn area to enlist in the Armed Forces to defend our country. To honor these heroes, Brooklyn Area Veterans Memorial Council, Inc. and advisors developed the Memorial to depict military eras that correlate with the events of Brooklyn area history. This memorial is a reality due to dedicated workers, generous donors and a wonderful commitment by our community and citizens. This tribute to our veterans will be preserved for many decades through multiple donations, purchase of pavers, fund raisers and bequests. Contact the Council by calling (608) 516-5401 or (608) 455-5049, emailing lyle@wanlessauctiongroup.com or send information to P.O. Box 272, Brooklyn, WI 53521, www.brooklynveteransmemorial.org.


AMERICAN LEGION POST 160 The American Legion provides assistance to veterans and their families. We sponsor students to Badger Boys and Girls State and provide a scholarship to a graduating senior. We also aid and contribute to other organizations in our communities. Check us out on our Facebook page at Brooklyn Oregon American Legion Post 160 and our website at www.wilegion160.org.


New members are always welcome. Contact: PO Box 262, Brooklyn, WI 53521


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Brooklyn Wildlife Areas

The Village has three unique wildlife areas to be enjoyed for nature viewing, walking a pet or hunting. Brooklyn Wildlife Area Brooklyn Wildlife Area is located between the villages of Oregon, Brooklyn and Belleville, straddling the Dane/Green County line, about 15 miles south of Madison. Access to the property is from Dane County Highway D, 7 miles west of Brooklyn off Bell Brook Road. The property currently consists of 2,608 acres of state-owned, 337 acres of easement and 151 acres of leased lands. Dominant cover types include sedge meadow marsh, riparian hardwoods, oak ridges, restored prairie and farmed cropland. Story Creek, a Class 2 trout stream, runs north to south through the property. About 435 acres are leased as part of the Story Creek Stream Bank Protection project to protect the stream and buffer the wildlife area. In total, 3,531 acres are available for public hunting, fishing and other recreation. Recreation The Brooklyn Wildlife Area offers many recreational opportunities. • Auto travel - on public roads through and adjacent to property • Biking - on public roads through and adjacent to property • Birding - Known for yellow-breasted chat, Bells vireo, Cerulean warbler and Henslows sparrow


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• Canoeing - Story Creek, but limited to small canoes during high water due to brush and logs. • Cross country skiing (along Ice Age Trail) • Fishing - Story Creek, a quality trout stream runs through property • Hiking - Ice Age Trail runs through property • Hunting - especially noted for stocked and wild pheasant (2 p.m. closure), deer, turkey, rabbit, squirrel, some waterfowl, quail, gray partridge and mourning doves. • Trapping • Wild edibles/gathering • Wildlife viewing Liberty Creek Wildlife Area Liberty Creek Wildlife Area is located in Albany and Brooklyn townships off of English Settlement Road eight miles south of Brooklyn. The property currently consists of 563 acres of state owned and 20 acres of leased lands. The property is mostly marsh with native vegetation or canary grass. There are 25 acres of upland woods and 20 acres of upland grass and brush on the area. Liberty Creek, a Class 3 trout stream, flows north to south for a mile through the property. Harveys Marsh Federal Wetland Protection Area 683 acres accessed off Hwy 14, just 2.6 miles from Brooklyn. By regulation, WPAs are open to hunting, fishing, and trapping, in accordance with State laws. Other important wildlife-dependent uses allowed include wildlife observation, photography, and environmental education. WPAs preserve wetlands and grasslands critical to waterfowl and other wildlife. These public lands are managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Brooklyn Elementary School

Brooklyn Elementary is excited to be part of such a thriving community! We value our strong connections with the students, families and community members. Our school is comprised of 500 students and approximately 55 staff members. Together our emphasis is on developing the whole child. We value strong academics and student success while developing activities that support students both in and out of the classroom. We are proud of the events we sponsor that stretch our students. We have a community garden, a movement room for kids, a Green and Healthy team, choir, orchestra, and an annual drama production. Our focus is on offering students and their family members ways to engage in school outside of the regularly scheduled day. We host “Dinner and a Book” “Picnic • 500 Students (K-4) on the Playground”, “Fine Arts Night” and • 55 Staff many other opportunities to allow families • DPI Rating: “Significantly Exceeds Expectations” and community members to be a part of our school. We encourage you to join in the fun! • Principal: Kerri Modjeski Distinguishing Characteristics • Music and Arts Programs • School Community Garden • Green and Healthy Initiative • Health and Wellness Exercise Path

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Give the gift of time and make a difference at Brooklyn Elementary. Opportunities available throughout the school year for local high school students, parents, family members, friends, and community members.

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Genesis Housing

Stoughton Hospital

Anchor Club

Historical Society

United Methodist Church

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Klondike Farms

UPS Store Stoughton

C Reese Agency American

McCanns Roto Rooter

Veterans Memorial Committee

Family Insurance

Monona Bank

Village of Brooklyn

Carter Gruenewald

Moonlight Designs

Village View Styles

Cutler Financial Group

Optimist Club

Wanless Auctions

DP Concrete Landscaping

SnoHornets SnoBlazers

Wisconsin Sign Graphics

Fahey Sales Service

State Bank of Cross Plains

Woodward Communications

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Brooklyn Calendar of Events

2020 Events

Every Month (4th Thursday, except November & December) Community Lunch at Methodist Church - Noon Every Sunday Night Sunday Night Dance Party with Ballroom Dancing

MARCH 7  Free Movie Night at Community Building APRIL 4  Free Movie Night at Community Building 25  Maggie Mae Concert for Brooklyn Area Veterans Memorial at 1:00pm - Oregon HS Performing Arts Center


MAY 7 Dime A Dip at Community Building 2  Free Movie Night at Community Building 15-17 Brooklyn Garage Sale Days 16 Methodist Church Garage, Book and Bake Sale 23-24 CATP Tractor Pull at Legion Park JUNE 4 Methodist Church Ice Cream Social from 4:30-7:30pm 4 Methodist Church - Brooklyn Dairy Queen Crowning at 7:00pm AUGUST 6 Brooklyn Night Out at Legion Park SEPTEMBER 4-6  Labor Day Tractor Pull at Legion Park 5  Fall Arts & Crafts Fair at Brooklyn Elementary School 6  Pancake Breakfast at Legion Park from 8:00-10:45am

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OCTOBER 3  Free Movie Night at Community Building 3  Historical Society Open House at Community Building 4 Lutheran Church Swiss Steak Dinner at Community Building 15 Methodist Church Chili Feed from 4-7pm

2021 Events

JANUARY 2021 2  Free Movie Night at Community Building FEBRUARY 2021 6  Free Movie Night at Community Building

NOVEMBER 7  Free Movie Night at Community Building DECEMBER 5  Free Movie Night at Community Building 5  Santa Day & Methodist Church Regifting 5  Tree Lighting at Community Building

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Brooklyn Area Chamber Membership Brooklyn Labor Day Brooklyn Sno-Hornets, Oregon Sno-Blazers


Sheri Arndt info@oregonsnoblazers.com

C. Reese Agency American Family


850 Janesville St., Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 835-5100 creese@amfam.com www.creeseagency.com www.facebook.com/CReeseAgency

P.O. Box 272, Brooklyn, WI 53521 brooklynveteransmemorial.org lyle@wanlessauctiongroup.com

Chris Reese

Oregon/Brooklyn American Legion Post 160 Rhonda Waldvogel, Commander P.O. Box 262, Brooklyn, WI 53521 www.wilegion160.org rswaldvogel50@gmail.com

Anchor Club Jerry Elmer

112 Hotel St., Brooklyn, WI 53521 jerryelmerstables@litewire.net

Arndt & Son Plumbing, LLC Dale Arndt

201 Railroad St., Brooklyn, WI 53521 arndtplumbing@frontier.com

Brooklyn Area Historical Society Susan McCallum

P.O. Box 174, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-1503 brooklynhistory@msn.com www.facebook.com/bahswi

Brooklyn Community United Methodist Church Pastor George Kaminski

201 Church St., Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-3344 Gakaminski57@gmail.com www.brooklynumc.org


Brooklyn Area Veterans Memorial Council, Inc.

Carter & Gruenewald Company, Inc. Art Carter

4414 St. Rd. 92, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-2411 brooklyn@cngco.com juda@cngco.com www.cngco.com

Cutler Financial Group, Inc Levi Cutler

116 Janesville St., Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 291-2121 levi@cutlerfinancialgroup.com www.cutlerfinancialgroup.com

Dane Buy Local Colin Murray

6300 Enterprise Ln., Madison, WI 53719 (608) 729-7346 colin@danebuylocal.com www.danebuylocal.com

DP Concrete & Landscaping, Inc. David Pluss

1934 N. St. Rd. 104, Albany, WI 53502 (608) 862-3156 davepluss@tds.net www.dpconcrete.com

Fahey Sales & Service Louie Fahey

4640 Hwy. 92, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-6144 www.faheypumps.com

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Genesis Housing Inc. Alan Ferguson

230 S. Oak St., Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 835-8600 customerservice@genesishousinginc.org www.genesishousinginc.org

Optimist Club of Oregon-Brooklyn

Margaret Straub, Secretary

P.O. Box 143, Oregon, WI 53575 oboptimists@gmail.com www.oregon-brooklynoptimist.org

Great Dane Shopping News, Oregon Observer, Unified Newspaper Group (Woodward Communications, Inc.)

Stoughton Hospital

133 Enterprise Dr., Verona, WI 53593 (608) 845-9559 Kathy.Neumeister@wcinet.com ConnectOregonWI.com

The UPS Store of Stoughton

Kathy Neumeister

Klondike Farms

Erika & Kevin Klahn

N8995 St. Rd. 104, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-1096 klondikefarms@frontier.com www.klondikefarms.com

Main Street Music & More LLC/ Meyer Barn Andy Meyer

102 W. Main Street, Brooklyn WI 53521 (608) 291-2422 mainstmm1@gmail.com www.mainstreetmusicmore.com

McCann’s Underground, Inc./ McCann’s Roto Rooter Kelly McCann

611 N. Burr Oak Ave., Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 455-4481 mccannsundergnd@aol.com

Monona Bank Patti Lentz

229 Douglas Dr., Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-5090 plentz@mononabank.com www.mononabank.com

Moonlight Designs Studio Brit Springer

2nd St., Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 541-8306 getcreative@moonlightdesignsstudio.com www.moonlightdesignsstudio.com

Laura Mays

900 Ridge St., Stoughton, WI 53589 (608) 873-6611 PR3@stohosp.com www.stoughtonhospital.com

Dave Gasner

2364 Jackson St., Stoughton, WI 53589 (608) 877-2679 store3617@theupsstore.com stoughton-wi-3617.theupsstorelocal.com

State Bank of Cross Plains Dulcie Bergsma

210 Commerical St., Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-2311 dbergsma@sbcp.bank.com sbcp.bank

Village of Brooklyn Linda Kuhlman

210 Commercial St., Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-4201 clerk@brooklynwi.gov www.brooklynwi.gov

Village View Styles LLC Gloria Dorn

105 S. Rutland Ave., Brooklynn, WI 53521 (608) 455-4003 villageviewstyles25@yahoo.com www.villageviewstyles.com

Wanless Auctions Ann & Lyle Wanless

4658 Highway 92, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 516-5401 lyle@wanlessauctiongroup.com www.wanlessauctiongroup.com

Wisconsin Sign & Graphics P.O. Box 283, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-5055 mstud@wissign.com www.wissign.com

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50 years in Business!



Mueller Dental (608) 835-0900 152 Alpine Pkwy, Oregon www.muellerdental.com



Two Licensed Pump Installers on Staff Serving all of South Central Wisconsin Residential, Agricultural & Commercial • Complete Water Systems (wells, pumps, waterlines & pressure tanks) • Emergency Service 365 Days a Year • Well Inspections • Well Upgrades • Well Abandonment • Chlorination • Water Samples • Trenching & Digging Waterlines • Livestock Watering Systems 4640 Hwy. 92, Brooklyn, WI 608-455-6144

Proudly Serving the Oregon Area for Over 22 Years!

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Panther Sports

McCann’s Underground

McCann’s Underground


Specializing in Sewer Pipe Lining

• Commercial • Industrial • Municipal


Call Us and Your Pipes Will Be Root Free!



608-835-7767 611 N. Burr Oak Ave., Oregon

McCann’s Underground

McCann’s Underground




McCann’s Underground

McCann’s Underground

McCann’s Underground


Complete Plumbing, Drain & Sewer Service


Sales & Service For Green & Iowa Counties

Kelly McCann, Owner/Operator 611 N. Burr Oak Ave., Oregon




608-455-4481 or 608-835-9006

Since 1935



Any DrAin • Any Time


“When I think of Sienna Crest Assisted Living….. I think of a nice place to live. It’s cozy with good food to eat.“ Join Shirley and the other residents that call Sienna Crest home! If you, or a loved one, need assistance and want a small, warm place to call home, call Sienna Crest. Resident Shirley N.

Assisted living and memory care available in Oregon, just a short drive from Evansville to receive compassionate care. Call 608-835-0040 or visit our website for more information.

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Locally grown. Just like your money. > Strength in neighbors


Member FDIC

229 Douglas Drive


Brooklyn, WI 53521


(608) 455-5090


As a truly locally-owned and managed community bank, we are proud to be part of the Brooklyn area. Stop by today and let our experienced Banking Advisors help you create a plan for your financial future.

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