MINERAL POINT, Wis.–The Midwest Woodlanders Gathering, a national event featuring rustic arts and nature crafts workshops hosted by Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts in Mineral Point, Wis., will celebrate its 14th year, July 9-12.
SINSINAWA, Wis.–Sinsinawa Mound’s Summer Organ Concert series welcomes Jeffrey Verkuilen of Howard, Wis., to play the 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 15 free concert.
SHULLSBURG, Wis.–The city of Shullsburg has announced their 2015 entertainment line-up for its 12th annual Music in the Park concert series, offering music from a variety of area artists throughout the summer as part of their seasonal entertainment.
JO DAVIESS COUNTY–When eating outside while traveling or picnicking away from home, it’s important to take along the basic food safety necessities, according to the Jo Daviess County Health Department.
GALENA–Adults are encouraged to take part in the Adult Summer Reading Program, Escape the Ordinary, at the Galena Public Library.
GALENA–St. Michael’s Altar & Rosary Society held their first meeting in the newly remodeled Dolan Hall on Thursday, June 25.
Avery Adair Winter
Liam Mason Suess
GALENA–This July the Galena Festival of the Performing Arts will once more bring a series of varied musical concerts to Galena for the enjoyment of the entire community.
There are certain supplements that can help to improve sports performance and, in some instances, help to prevent injury.
PECATONICA–University of Illinois Extension invites the public to an early summer pasture walk at Short Leg Farm, 498 N. Farwell Bridge Rd., Pecatonica, on Wednesday, June 24 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
HANOVER–“Everest” was the theme for this year’s Vacation Bible School (VBS) held June 8-12 in Hanover at the Hanover Township Hall.
It was in June 1947 that–are you ready for this?–parking meters were installed on Main Street in Galena.
GALENA–The “Wine Diamonds” documentary film will be shown Saturday, June 17 at 7 p.m. at the Galena Center for the Arts, 219 Summit St.
GALENA–The members of Court Isabella 572, Catholic Daughters of the Americas, celebrated Priest Appreciation Night on Tuesday, June 2 at Bally Hall, St. Mary’s Catholic Church.
Trenton Charles Schoenhaar
Greyson Karter Williams
Callen Glenn Goodwin
Amelia Ann Skinner
ELIZABETH–On Tuesday, June 30 at 7 p.m. at the Planetary Studies Foundation Earth & Space Science Museum located at 115 N. Main Street in the Village of Elizabeth, planetary Geologist Dr. Paul P. Sipiera will deliver a presentation on the physical characteristics of asteroids and where they are located in our solar system.