The Hamilton High School Drama department is presenting "A-Haunting We Will Go" Feb. 11-14 in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center, a play with a plot that drama director Erin Brigham says "has a different feel to it than other murder mysteries."
Town of Lisbon —Two veteran volunteers with the town of Lisbon Fire Department were honored at the department's annual awards and spouse appreciation dinner Saturday, Jan. 16, at the Fairways of Woodside clubhouse.
Town of Lisbon – Town officials met behind closed doors Monday, Feb. 8, to discuss what to do about the village of Menomonee Falls' plans to annex a 73-acre commercial development site located near the intersection of Town Line Road and Main Street in the village of Sussex.
Town of Lisbon — The plan commission unanimously agreed to allow a car wash and vacuuming station to be added to a controversial fueling center, convenience store and restaurant complex to be built at the southwest corner of the roundabout at Highways 164 and Q.
Village of Sussex –In an effort to keep illegal drug use in the village to a minimum, local police are proposing a new program with a proactive, community-based approach to educating, preventing, treating and prosecuting drugs.
After nail-biting competition, Templeton Middle School produced its school champion from the top eight finalists in its Geographic Bee. Eighth-grader Tate Hutchinson emerged as the 2016 school champion after rounds of intense questions, up against seven other school finalists. The other finalists were Joseph Cady, Owen Davies, Aidan Enneking, Connor Gordon, Abhijeet Puri, Shiva Senthil and James Strasburg. Senthil took second place, and third place went to Puri.
Knights of Columbus Fish Fry: 4:30 p.m. Feb. 12, St. Jerome Catholic Church, 995 S. Silver Lake St., Oconomowoc. The buffet style fish fry includes both baked and fried cod with French fries, German and American potato salad, coleslaw, rye bread, grilled cheese sandwiches, four-bean salad, and coffee and milk. Soda, beer and desserts are available for an additional cost. Carryout available: Call 569-3032 from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. $5-$9
“Not Now Darling”: through Feb. 14, Lake Country Playhouse, 221 E. Capitol Drive, Hartland. www.lakecountryplayhousewi.org, (262) 367-4697
Hot Tango: 7 p.m. Feb. 12-13, Oconomowoc Arts Center, 641 E. Forest St., Oconomowoc. Accordion sensation Stas Venglevski, pairs up with Rosa Borisova on cello, Mark Carlstein on piano, and Joe Ketchum on violin offering classical and jazz elements of the traditional tango. Dinner option available. $15-$40.
K2 Valentine’s Piano Concert: 3 p.m. Feb. 14, Fox River Congregational Church, N34 W23575 Capitol Drive, Pewaukee. K2 stands for Kostia and Kostia the world-renowned musicians of the same name. Both considered prodigies of their time, the two pianists hail from St. Petersburg, Russia and are playing a free concert in order to help collect food items for the local food pantry in Pewaukee. Traditional Russian teas and cookies will be offered for a nominal fee.