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Eric N. Ringelstetter, Lt. Col, F-35 Instructor Pilot in the U.S. Air Force, is stationed at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, AZ.   He is a 2001 Sauk Prairie High School graduate and a 2005 University of Colorado – Boulder graduate, Masters in Advanced Military Studies from SAMS, Ft.

River Arts hands out Community Awards


On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022, members of the Sauk Prairie community gathered at River Arts on Water Gallery to honor recipients of the River Arts Inc. Community Awards. Recipients of the awards included Dennis Kahn (Ramona Kramer Founders Award), Judy Hanna (Volunteer of the Year), and Polliwog Studio (Arts Leadership in Business Award accepted by Bernie, Susan, and Maggie Poff). River Arts Inc. will host over 75 events in their 22-23 season. Visit www.RiverArtsInc.Org to learn more about the programs and how you can support the organization. Tickets on sale July 1. Pictured, left to right: Maggie Poff, Susan Poff, Bernie Poff, Judy Hanna, and Dennis Kahn.

On Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022, members of the Sauk Prairie community gathered at River Arts on Water Gallery to honor recipients of the River Arts Inc. Community Awards.

Black Earth and Mazomanie community events

Brat Fry at The Shoe Box

 

Rural Musicians Forum traveling to Mazomanie on June 27th

Rural Musicians Forum (RMF) will once again present a stellar slate of summer concerts showcasing a wide variety of musical styles and genres and in three different venues this season: Unity Chapel on County T, just south of Spring Green, the outdoor Mazomanie Performing Arts Pavilion on the promenade in downtown Mazomanie and on the back lawn o

Free Congregation celebrating reopening of Park Hall


The Free Congregation of Sauk County is celebrating the completion of their Historic Finishes Renovations at their home at Park Hall, 307 Polk St., Sauk City on June 25th. All are invited! The festivities begin with Ribbon Cutting with the Sauk Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce at 10:30 a.m., tours and music in the Hall, a presentation on the Badger Apple Corps apple trees planted on the lawn at 11:00 a.m., a reopening program beginning at noon, food stands from 11-2 p.m., an ice cream social (Culver’s custard) from 1 p.m. until gone, horse drawn carriage rides with narration from 1-3 p.m., games for all ages, hopefully outside, 1-3 p.m., and videos and displays downstairs all day. It’s a great day for families and persons of all ages. The events are free but donations will be accepted. The Historic Finishes Project consisted of replastering and repainting the walls, cornices, and ceiling and the designs on them, redoing a found mural under the former wall board, and refinishing the wood floor in the main Hall. Please go to freecongregation.org for more information including a full schedule. The Free Congregation of Sauk County will celebrate the completion of its Historic Finishes Renovations on June 25 from 10:30-3 pm. Please go to freecongregation.org for more information including a full schedule.

The Free Congregation of Sauk County is celebrating the completion of their Historic Finishes Renovations at their home at Park Hall, 307 Polk St., Sauk City on June 25th.  All are invited!

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Black Earth and Mazomanie community events

Brat Fry at The Shoe Box

 

Friends of Halfway Prairie to meet

The friends of the Halfway Prairie Schoolhouse Dane County Park will be having a meeting on June 23 at 6:30 p.m.  Anyone interested can attend.  The meeting will take place at the park located at 9770 Highway 19, Mazomanie.

If you would like to host on a Sunday summer afternoon, please check out the park’s FaceBook page.

Indivisible Sauk Prairie protests guns


On Saturday, June 4, Indivisible Sauk Prairie hosted a Wear Orange: End Gun Violence Rally on the Hwy 12 Sauk City Bridge to honor victims and survivors of gun violence and to express the need for laws on gun reform. People across the country also rallied and wore orange to promote awareness of the epidemic of gun violence in the country. Guns were the leading cause of death among children and teens in 2020--even more deaths than COVID-19, car crashes or cancers.

On Saturday, June 4, Indivisible Sauk Prairie hosted a Wear Orange: End Gun Violence Rally on the Hwy 12 Sauk City Bridge to honor victims and survivors of gun violence and to express the need for laws on gun reform.

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