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2011 Rhythm and Booms
July 2nd, 2011, Fireworks at 9:30 p.m.
Craft show and vendor event spring fling shopping extravangza/fundraiser
April 10 2010 9 am to 2pm Stoughton VFW 200 Veterans Rd Stoughton Wis.
American Cancer Society (Fundraiser)selling bake goods and candy bars money raised will benefit ACS Vendors will be donating door prizes and proceeds from door prizes will benefit ACS, drawing helding just before closing.
Tupperware fundraiser (via American Cancer Society team members)40% of product total before sales tax and shipping to benefit ACS Door Prizes proceeds to benefit ACS or can contact Holly at email@example.com
Vendor includes: Wildtree, Tupperware, Treasure Pony Gifts Galore, Abby's Garden (floral arrangments), Custom hand painted signs garage/shop art and pinstriping by John Longfield, Mary Kay, Tasha's Love Treats (pet treats), Watkins Products, New Curiosity Shop (craft products) with more coming in daily. Am looking for more craft and vendors.
Kitchen will be open to serve food.
The Dane County Farmers’ Market on the Square is a Saturday and Wednesday tradition in Madison, Wisconsin.
Goodman Pool Season scheduled to open for regular hours on Saturday June 13, 2009!
The 2008, 16th annual Rhythm & Booms, the largest single-day event in Wisconsin, is scheduled for June 28, also will feature two music stages, a food court and beer tents, which will all be open after the fireworks until 11:30 p.m. The fireworks celebration is traditionally held on the Saturday before the Fourth of July Independence Day Celebration. The fireworks usually continue, non-stop, for about 35 minutes which makes this display the longest in the midwest. 15,000 shells will be fired during that time.
The celebration usually attracts more than 300,000 people to Warner Park.
The fireworks and music show will begin at 9:30 p.m.
Rhythm & Booms is funded by sponsors including American Family Insurance, M&I Bank, WKOW Ch. 27, Charter Cablevision, the city of Madison, Dane County and many volunteers.
Madison's Overture Center For the Arts 2008 / 2009 Season Calendar:Lucia Di Lammermoor, Martin Short, Gruffalo, Capitol Steps, Church Basement Ladies, David Sedaris, Ricky Skaggs, Bruce Hornsby, Sally Mayes, Bobby McFerrin, The Neville Brothers, Assad Brothers, Jesus Christ Superstar, Peking Acrobats, Kodo Drummers, Pirates of Penzance, Art Garfunkel and many more!
Madison Area Shopping Centers:
Madison Wisconsin is the second largest city in the state of Wisconsin. It had an estimated population of 223,389 in the year 2006. Milwaukee Wisconsin is the first largest city in Wisconsin. Madison is the State Capital and is in Dane County. Madison is located in the center of Dane County in south-central Wisconsin, 77 miles west of Milwaukee and 122 miles northwest of Chicago.
Former federal judge, James Doty, purchased over one thousand acres of land on the Isthmus between Lake Mendota and Lake Monona and founded Madison, Wisconsin in 1836. The city took its name from the much admired President James Madison who had just died. The city was chosen as the state capital before it was even built. This was mainly because of its central location between Milwaukee and Prairie du Chien and because Doty lobbied and bribed heavily to make it so. The City of Madison has 39 streets named after the 39 signers of the Constitution.
Wisconsin state government and the University of Wisconsin–Madison are the top two Madison employers.