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Cottage Grove Historical Society offers a wealth of knowledge

Those who have lived in Cottage Grove for 30 years or more know how different the town and village look today compared to the 1980s... Read More

Pizza purchase will help PTO

Pizza purchase will help PTO

Want to help the Cottage Grove PTO and skip making your dinner for a night at the same time?... Read More

Nature center gearing up for annual ‘Pipers” fundraiser

In four short weeks, a couple of hundred people will descent upon the Aldo Leopold Nature Center for the 12th annual Pipers in the Prairie fundraising gala... Read More

Celebrate Monona Public Library's 50th anniversary

Celebrate Monona Public Library's 50th anniversary

If you are looking for a family-fun evening, celebrate Monona Public Library's 50th anniversary on Sept. 20 at Fireman's Park Shelter in Winnequah Park. The event will go from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

This fundraiser for the Monona Public Library will have you swinging and foot-stomping to great music.

Dot Kent, known as the best caller in Southern WI., will teach traditional American dances, including old-time squares, Midwestern big circle dances and others. She will be accompanied by live fiddle, guitar and hammer dulcimer music.

Fat Jack's will provide the food, with sliced pork, roast chicken, grilled vegetables, baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw and pasta salad, plus dessert - pie or cake.

Beer, root beer and other goodies will be available for purchase.

The evening will include a silent auction, featuring a variety of donations from generous local businesses and individuals, and a live auction of a select few big-ticket items.

Monona Farmers Market provides ‘unique and eclectic’ offerings

Temperatures may not be hovering around triple digits, but many will still consider this to be the dog days of summer... Read More

Monona soon to make waves with radio station

Monona residents can look forward to swimming in opportunities to flex their creative talents as the city prepares to make waves – airwaves, that is - with a new community radio station... Read More

New senior dining program kicks off at Cranberry Creek Cafe

Dane County Executive Joe Parisi was at an area cafe for breakfast last week as part of a new dining program for seniors. 

The Cranberry Creek Cafe at 1501 Lake Point Drive was the site of the event Aug. 8 for the grand opening of the My Meal - My Way program, according to a Herald-Independent report. 

The East Madison/Monona Coalition of the Aging partnered with Cranberry Creek Cafe and Dane County’s Area Agency on Aging to start the program... Read More