We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.
We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, Monsters in the Museum 5 to 10 pm. Visit the nature center after hours for a moonlight hike, tour of the displays by torchlight, meet Cooper, the corn snake, hike through the haunted woods, crafts, games and activities for all, eat pizza and hear scary stories around the campfire. $5 per person – adult supervision required for the children.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, No School Fall Day on the Prairie program 10 am to 3 pm. Suggested ages 7-12. Pre-registration required.
Breaking from one tradition to go back to another tradition, the Horicon Common Council changed Trick or Treat from a Sunday to the night of Halloween. This will make for a more authentic ghostly event and for porch lights to be seen easier. Everything else will be the same…parents taking their little ones around and older kids trying to shock with their costumes…yeah for traditions!!
DiNO-Light ~ A Glow-in-the-Dark Adventure
Sunday, November 2, 3:00 pm
Friday, November 21, 8:00 pm
November 20 ~ Excellent Women by Barbara Pym
Meetings and Field Trips:
Saturday, November 8, 8 am to 12 pmWATERFOWL OF HORICON MARSH – FIELD TRIP ~ Meet at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor center. We start there and scope out the area looking for as many species of waterfowl as possible. From there we will carpool to variouis spots across the marsh.
Wednesday, December 3, 7:00 pm
Thursday, December 4, 7:00 pm
Jim Witter ~ Christmas Memories
Friday, December 5, 2:00 & 7:30 pm
Rockapella Holiday ~ Songs of teh Season
Friday, December 19, 7:30 pm
The Museum Gift Shop is a timeless adventure where you can purchase Christmas items, gifts, crafts, books and more.
Check out the Horicon Historical Society on facebook.
Special Demonstrations in the past have been:
Mary Ann Mason of Beaver Dam ~ Spinning Wheel
Vicki Maaske of Horicon ~ Antique Pump Organ
Louise Budde of Beaver Dam ~ Rug Hooking
Gary Blankenheim of Horicon ~ Blacksmith
Shannon Barniskis of Beaver Dam ~ Knitting
JoAnn Moyle ~ Scherenschnitte
Free Admission to all! AGAIN this year…open Saturday and Sunday.
TICKETS GO ON SALE AT AUTUMN ART ON THE MARSH ~ SEPTEMBER 28TH
Dear Children of Horicon,
I had such a wonderful time in Horicon that I have already instructed my secretary, Cookie, to mark Horicon down on on the North Pole Master Calendar of Events for December 13th, 2014.
I heard that Elf Helen Neitzel is already sewing stockings…what a wonderful person, do you think she could come work for me at the North Pole?
I really liked being the Santa from Higbees Department Store this year except Mrs. Santa went shopping afterwards and bought so much it was hard to get our sleigh off the ground when we left.
Keep the Snow on the ground and the Christmas Spirit in your hearts!
Z Puppets Rosenschnoz ~ Feats of Imagination
Sunday, January 11, 3:00 pm
Forever Plaid ~ A Deliciously Goofy Musical Review
Friday, January 16, 7:30 pm
Saturday, January 17, 3:00 pm
Sunday, January 18, 3:00 pm
Disney’s Peter Pan, Jr.
Friday, January 23, 7:00 pm
Saturday, January 24, 3:00 pm
John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party
Sunday, January 25, 3:00 pm
Friday, January 30, 8:00 pm
Hiking and snowshoeing by candlelight, a roaring bonfire, and complimentary warm refreshments await couples, singles and families at the Friends of Horicon Marsh International Education Center’s 3rd annual candlelight hike/snowshoe. The Education Center will also be open for people to warm up, view the 20 minute “Horicon Marsh Story”, visit the gift shop or have the kids do a fun craft to bring home! Northern Cross Science Foundation astronomers will be on site to help you view the night sky through telescopes or to talk about the stars if it is cloudy. Members of the Horicon Marsh Bird Club will be on the trail conducting short owl talks and calling for owls. Warm beverages and light snacks will be available inside the center.
The Friends of Horicon Marsh International Education Center will line the trails with candle-powered luminaries to welcome and guide hikers and snowshoers. Volunteers will be on hand for assistance and information. The lighted trail starts at the Bachhuber Impoundment trailhead behind the education center. Hiking and snowshoeing are free to the public. Don’t have your own snowshoes? Thanks to a generous Wisconsin Environmental Education Board grant and matching funds from the Friends group, snowshoes will be available to the public on a first come first serve basis at no charge. There is no guarantee however that they will be available when you arrive. You may have to wait until a pair is turned in.
The Friends and staff hope for a big crowd this year and invite everyone to join them for the fun event! The snowshoe/hike is free and open to the public.
The Diamonds ~ Bandstand Boogie!
Friday, February 6, 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 8, 3:00 pm
Curious George ~ Based on the books by Margaret and H.A.Rey
Sunday, February 15, 3:00 pm
My Funny Valentine ~ Stand-up Comedy
Friday, February 20, 7:30 pm
Johnny Beehner & Mike Mercury ~ An Evening of Comedy
Friday, February 27, 8:00 pm
Doug Davis ~ Juggling Extravaganza
Sunday, March 1, 3:00 pm
Cherish the Ladies ~ Enchanting Celtic Music
Sunday, March 15, 7:00 pm
Friday, March 20, 7:30 pm
Reverend Raven ~ Classic Chicago Blues
Thursday, March 26, 7:00 pm
Church Basement Ladies 5 ~ The Last (Potluck) Supper
Friday, March 27, 7:30 pm
Saturday, March 28, 3:00 pm
The Magic of Bill Blagg LIVE! ~ Action-packed illusion
Sunday, April 12, 3:00 pm
Friday, April 17, 7:30 pm
Meisel Music Collective ~ Soulful Jazz Improvisations
Saturday, April 18, 8:00 pm
Ken Lonnquist ~ Music & Laughter
Sunday, April 19, 3:00 pm
Charlotte’s Web ~ Based on the book by E.B. White
Friday, May 1, 7:00 pm
Friday, May 8, 7:30 pm
Dueling Pianos International ~ Fast-paced Entertainment
Friday, May 29, 8:00 pm
Bring your family and learn about Horicon’s historic past, and experience the sights and sounds of a fur trade era rendezvous at the Satterlee Clark House Museum and Discher Park. The Dodge County Antique Power Club will be providing free hay rides between the museum and park.
Friday ~ Reserved School Students Only
Saturday ~ 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday ~ 9 am to 4 pm
The Horicon Chamber is proud of all the vendors who produce art that highlights the Horicon Marsh, as well as vendors who sell their own crafted pieces of art that make life easier and more beautiful.
The Horicon High School Pep Band, Community Voice and Jeff Pockat, the Gaelic Harpist, provide a variety of background music as you saunter around Discher Park. We also have a vendor or two who play samples from their own recorded CD’s.
The Chamber Food Stand has been declared the best art show food around and that’s because of the high quality food served that comes from Leroy Meats and the creative minds of the Chamber Board. NEW this year is a Pig Roast! The Horicon High School Band Boosters will once again offer their Bar Stand…which is quite frankly decadent….rich fall dessert bars cut in mega sizes.
Spend as little as $2.50 and come home with a John Deere X300 Riding Lawn Tractor or the other 27 generous gifts from the Chamber members. For no cost at all, you can sign up for our hourly door prices which consist of vendor products.
American Legion Post 157 is hosting a football party at noon. Come to the Band Booster Bar Building and when they are sold out of bars, the party begins. For a buck, buy a 32 ” TV raffle ticket, drawing held at the end of the game. You must be present to win. Dr. Steve Eidem will do spinal checks/trigger points for donations to go to the Phoenix for the Discher Park Pavilion restoration. Drinks, Snacks, Football and Friends on the Marsh!
Located on the Horicon Marsh at Discher Park in Horicon, this arts and crafts fair helps you experience autumn in Wisconsin. As the leaves crinkle underfoot, you can relax, enjoy and participate in this City on the Marsh’s fall arts and craft celebration.