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Car show features residents' cars of distinction

The second annual Monona Cars of Distinction car show will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Labor Day at Schluter Beach Park. Cars are limited to Monona residents only... 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

Residents meet law enforcement at National Night Out

 Residents meet law enforcement at National Night Out

Hundreds of residents and law enforcement members came together at Winnequah Park in Monona Thursday night all to celebrate National Night Out.

The event gives residents the chance to see what authorities in the area, like K-9 Units and Med Flight crews, do.

"Not everybody knows us, and we don’t know everyone but at least if they were to show up here tonight we may be able to meet each other and if there is an incident or an emergency down the line at least they can put a face with, 'Hey, I saw that person at National Night Out,'" Monona Police Department Community Resource Officer James Reiter said.

This was Monona’s second annual National Night Out. The event has grown since last year, and they plan to have another one next summer.

'National Night Out Against Crime' returns to Monona Thursday

'National Night Out Against Crime' returns to Monona Thursday

The community's annual National Night Out inviting citizens to meet Monona police and fire department members returns Thursday night.

The Monona Police Department said the Med Flight helicopter will be making a special appearance along with K-9 Officer Adam Nachreiner and his K-9 partner, Miya, a Labrador retriever. The event runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Winnequah Park, 1009 Nichols Road.

Organizers said there will be several food carts selling snacks and dinner, and activities and games will provide entertainment to children and adults alike. "The Sound of Music" will be shown on an outdoor screen after the sun sets.

Chief Walter Ostrenga said the event is a great opportunity for the public to interact with local law enforcement and spend a summer night with friends and family.

Show features MG alumna

Monona resident and Monona Grove High School alumna, Anna Pfefferkorn, will perform Aug. 8-16 in Broadway’s singular sensation,”A Chorus Line”, presented by Middleton Players Theatre. ... Read More

Monona's "Food Cart in the Park" Event

Monona's "Food Cart in the Park" Event

Pack the picnic gear but leave the food at home! On Monday, August 4 between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Food Carts in the Park will continue in Winnequah Park. There will be 4-5 food cart vendors on hand serving up some delicious food. Bring some backyard games and make a night out of it!

Food Carts in the Park has been running every monday night this summer as part of Monona's event, Let's Eat Out. The goal was simple: give families a break from cooking dinner after a hard day at work and bring dinner options to the neighborhoods around Madison.

The City of Monona suggests to bring chairs and tables. Each meal costs between $6 and $10. Take a break from cooking and join in on this community fun event!


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