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Weekend Happenings

Oct. 11:

Whitewater Chamber of Commerce Spirit Tour: 6:45 p.m. Randy's Restaurant. Join the chamber for some "spirits" and fun. The bus will leave Public Parking Lot "G" behind the chamber office at 6:45 p.m. for Randy's Restaurant where refreshments and home brew will be served along with a presentation given by the Whitewater Historical Society on the history of the Pratt Institute. Than hop on the bus and visit sites around town and hear the tales of the past. The tour will end with refreshments at Second Salem. Tickets are $35. (262) 473-4005 or info@whitewaterchamber.com

Run Now, Wine Later: 10 a.m. on-site registration, 11 a.m. run/walk start, Vetro Winery, 1414 Vino Lane, Jefferson. Enjoy the fall weather with a fun and inspiring run/walk through Southeastern Wisconsin. Stay for wine tasting, food and entertainment. RunNowWineLater.com.

Dairy Day at the "Moo"-seum: 1 to 4 p.m., Hoard Historical Museum. Annual Governor Hoard Day Celebration. 401 Whitewater Ave., Fort Atkinson. (920) 563-7769; info@hoardmuseum.org. Coloring Contest. Dairy Spelling Bee. No admission fee. Museum hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Star Wars Reads Day Gathering: Noon to 2 p.m., Jefferson Public Library. All Star Wars fans are welcome to come dressed up as their favorite character and attend our third annual Star Wars Reads Day. There will be activities for all to enjoy and even prizes and giveaways. For registration or to obtain a monthly calendar of events, stop in at the Youth Services Department or call (920) 674-7733 ext. 203. Facebook, Jefferson Public Library Teens or on the web at www.jeffersonwilibrary.org

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Meet Cocoa and Bear, a closely bonded pair who are very small and very sweet. They may not seem friendly at first but that's only because they are terrified to be at the shelter.  They need a home together and by sitting quietly with them for a time, it's possible to find out how nice and loving they really are. For more information on Cocoa and Bear, call the Humane Society of Jefferson County at (920)674-2048. For a list of all available pets, go to www.hsjc-wis.com.
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