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Father’s Day watches featuring 15% special at Maus Jewelers in West Bend, WI
West Bend, WI – Father’s Day is June 18, 2023, and now through Father’s Day at Maus Jewelers there is a 15% special off Citizen Eco-Drive and Pro Master Watches, Citizen Clocks, Citizen CZ Hybrid Smart Watches, JORD Watches, and Men’s Accessories. Maus Jewelers is a...
Moonlight Tavern: Destination Dining Returns to the Historic Port Hotel
For generations the Port Hotel in Port Washington was one of the premier locations for fine dining and fancy brunches in Ozaukee County. Over time the menu and decor had become outdated, and the restaurant closed in 2017. In late 2021, local restaurateur Angel Tello and architect Jim Read took up the challenge to renovate the historic inn and restaurant to modern tastes.
Comedy Night at the Weill Center
The Weill Center in Sheboygan is hosting a comedy night. Set for Friday, July 14th at 7:30 p.m. at 826 N 8th Street in Sheboygan, the center will feature five of the proclaimed best young stand-up comedians from across Wisconsin. It will feature the sets of Dana Ehrmann, Ryan Mason,...
YOUR PIX: Young owls ready to fly out and see the world
Mary Morano searched for weeks to find a great horned owl nest, and when she found one on the west side of Port Washington she was delighted to find it was home to two baby owls. She returned to the vicinity several times, and recently saw that the babies had almost grown up and were just about ready to leave the nest. Here they are, poised to soon leave home and fly out into the world as fully fledged great horned owls.
Spring art tour to be held on June 9, 10
The Plymouth Arts Center’s ninth annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour will be held Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10. The tour will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Participating in the free tour will be Old Town Hall...
Kewaskum’s Destination Imagination Teams Find Success
Kewaskum’s Destination Imagination Teams Find Success BREANNA RICE JOURNALIST Students from the Kewaskum Destination Imagination (DI) program recently finished a successful season, as the teams earned awards at regional and state tournaments. DI consists of students from grades K-12 and allows for individuals to grow in their teamwork abilities and meet students with similar interests.
Plymouth Arts Center Presenting 9th Annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour This Weekend
The Plymouth Arts Center is presenting its 9th annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour, a special event to meet local artists and view their work which is normally in private studios. The artists’ private studios and galleries will be open to the public both Friday (June 9th) and Saturday and...
Sharing nature with native plants and pollinators
Allon Bostwick created a pollinator garden with native and prairie plants, including this high bush cranberry, at his home in Port Washington. Photo by Sam Arendt.
Fairy Fest draws winged creatures to nature center
Riveredge Nature Center in the Town of Saukville was filled with winged creatures Saturday, but not just the usual birds and insects. Instead, fairies descended on the center for Fairy Fest to celebrate the creatures of mythology and lore as well as the flying beings that inhabit Riveredge. Among those participating in the fun were Ingrid Wolff, Ellie Nelson and Gretchen Wolff (left). Inside the center, Zoey and Ivy Ristau enjoyed a fruity fairy potion. Participants made their own flower crowns, wings and wands, created their own fairy gardens and learned about pollinators like butterflies and dragonflies. Photos by Sam Arendt.
Dads Who Sing to be held June 10 in Grafton
Dads Who Sing!, an initiative by Ozaukee Talent, will be held from noon to 6:30 p.m. Saturday June 10, at Cornerstone Bank in Grafton. People are invited to bring lawn chairs for the event. There will be a “Write a Song for Dad” session with Ben Merens at noon, and...
Taking a day to celebrate migratory birds in Port
What better place to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day than along the Lake Michigan migratory bird flyway. That’s where the Lake Michigan Bird Observatory hosted a day of events on Saturday, May 20, in Port Washington’s Veterans Park. Jenny Bardeen (left in photo above) and Jill Kunsmann were busy selling native plants that are beneficial to birds and pollinators. Executive Director Jenny Phillips-Vanderberg was there teaching people how to make outdoor tree ornaments made of things that birds can use to build nests (top right photo), while Pam Strohl, director of the Port Washington-Saukville Arts Council’s ARTservancy program, taught people how to draw migratory birds (right). Photos by Sam Arendt.
Author of ‘Viral Justice’ to speak on June 17
Ruha Benjamin, an award-winning author and professor of African-American studies at Princeton University, will discuss her latest book, “Viral Justice,” in Cedarburg on Saturday, June 17. The 10 to 11:30 a.m. talk in the community room at Community United Methodist Church, is sponsored by the Ozaukee County Equity...
Awesome patio & seasonal menu draw diners to The Stilt House in Cedarburg
The Great Milwaukee Summer is HERE! Your guide to what you'll be doing, where you'll be drinking, who you'll be hearing and how you'll be getting a sweet tan this summer is on OnMilwaukee. The Great Milwaukee Summer guide is brought to you by Educators Credit Union and Harley-Davidson Museum.
Author presentation tops June events at Grafton library
There are many events occurring at the Grafton Public Library this month and throughout the summer. The author of the book “CATHEDRALS: Clues to Identifying Biblical Figures in Cathedrals Around the World” will be giving a presentation at the Grafton Public Library from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 20.
VIDEO | Gifts from the Heart ride home on a tractor – Celebrating June is Dairy Month
June 6, 2023 – West Bend, WI – A couple of kids in the Samuel family from Holy Angels School got to ride home in style as they were picked up in a big green tractor by farmer Rick from Roden Farms. The ride home was part of the silent auction during the Gifts from the Heart event this past March. The tractor ride home coincided with the upcoming Washington County Breakfast on the Farm which is Saturday, June 10.
Sheboygan's Goodside Grocery plans to revamp following difficult year. Here's how you can support the food co-op.
Correction: This story has been updated from an earlier version with the correct expected changes to membership dues, not store prices. SHEBOYGAN – Goodside Grocery Co-Op of Sheboygan plans to revitalize after facing financial challenges the past year. ...
Celebration of Life for Heather Lee Schneider is Saturday, June 3, 2023
Washington Co., WI – There will be a Celebration of Life is Saturday, June 3, 2023 at Mauthe Lake for Heather Lee Schneider. The event will be at the Picnic Shelter 12-4 pm. Lunch at 12:30. Meat, beer, soda and water will be provided.
All-u-can-eat pancakes and more at Breakfast on the Farm, June 10, 2023; tickets on sale now
Roden Echo Valley is a 700+ cow dairy farm owned and operated by the Roden family. The Roden farm was purchased in 1995 by Bob and Cindy Roden; Bob had started his own farm in the Town of Saukville. When he and Cindy married in 1983 she joined him and together they grew five more farmers.
Witte’s Vegetable Market shares spring planting advise | By Tiffany Witte
West Bend, WI – The red-winged blackbirds and killdeer have returned which means spring is right around the corner. It’s time to start thinking about what and how you will start your plants. Witte’s Vegetable Market shares some advice for starting your summer crop. If you choose...
Parker John's BBQ Takes Burgers to a Whole New Level
Parker John's Corporate Chef Dean Elvert joins the Living with Amy show to show how they make some of their amazing burgers on the menu! The craft burgers are made with a blend of angus brisket, chuck and short rib. Parker John’s has locations in Kiel, Menasha, Sheboygan, Green Bay,...
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