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Community Watch

» County KE bridge closure on Feb. 4 11:57 AM

» OASD need substitute teachers 09:03 AM

» 4K program coming to Mukwonago School District next year 1/26

» Hartland village board approves site, building plans for Riverwalk Apartment project 1/26

» Helping children deal with grief 1/26

» Sussex boy, 8, dies after falling through Lake Winnebago ice Updated:  1/26

» Hearing set for Elizabeth Kraus, charged with felony misuse of Lisbon credit cards 1/26

» Sussex man killed when Jeep goes through ice on Lake Winnebago 1/26

» Art, drama and music on the weekend schedule 1/23

» Tumble for the Troops on Saturday 1/23

» Street plans reviewed in Delafield 1/22

» Mukwonago graduation returning to Miller Park after all 1/22

» Deadline expires for AHS lacrosse complex 1/22

» UW-Madison Band to perform at OHS 1/21

» Night to Shine prom will give people with special needs a prom experience at Brooklife Church 1/21

» Oconomowoc watershed program to receive federal funding 1/21

» Oconomowoc common council OKs new 180 foot cell tower 1/20

» Citizens pack Sussex Village Hall meeting 1/20

» Mukwonago restaurant opens in old Heaven City location 1/20

» Arrowhead's Cinderella tickets available now 1/20

» Hartland plan commission gives proposed Riverwalk Apartment project the green light 1/19

» Monroy loses battle with cancer 1/19

» OPL hosts Book and Movie Club meeting 1/19

» Fire in village of Pewaukee on Friday 1/19

» Heaven City open again, under new ownership 1/17

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Weekend Happenings

Featured this week:  

Chili Fest: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 31, Downtown Oconomowoc. Stroll the downtown shops and sample chili at some 25 usinesses. Purchase a wristband for $5, or $3 with two food pantry items. Fowler Lake in downtown Oconomowoc will have ice skating, DJ music and a visit from Roscoe, the Milwaukee Admirals mascot as well as an ice hockey tournament. There’ll also be food, a beer tent, ice carvers, snow softball tournament and ice fishing clinic. www.downtownoconomowoc.org

Unforgettable — OAC Film Series: 7 p.m. Jan. 31, Oconomowoc Arts Center, 641 E. Forest St., Oconomowoc. Film tells the amazing story of Brad Williams featured on “60 Minutes.” Williams has superior autobiographical memory and can remember details of his entire life. Call (262) 567-3172 for information. $10 http://www.theoac.net.

Paul Monitor Autograph Signing: 12 p.m. Jan. 31, Legends of the Field, 2910 Golf Road, Delafield. Legends of the Field is having a public autograph signing and welcome back to Milwaukee for former Brewers All-Star and current Minnesota Twins Manager Paul Molitor noon to 1:30 p.m.

 

Dave Miller Band: 9:30 p.m. Jan. 31, Delafield Brewhaus, 3832 Hillside Drive, Delafield. Band plays until 12:30 a.m. Call (262) 646-7821 for more information. http://www.DavidMiller.us.

Updates to this calendar are made weekly Monday afternoon. 

 

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