Upcoming Events – Visit Edgerton

Adult Crafternoon

Edgerton Public Library 10 Albion St., Edgerton, WI

Adults are invited to an afternoon of crafting! Come learn the art of Chinese paper cutting. You'll ring in the Year of the Tiger with a beautiful, but surprisingly easy, paper cut tiger. Please contact the library to register by January 25.

Free

Live Music & Fish Fry at Anchor

Anchor 718 WI-59, Edgerton, WI

Enjoy a fish fry and live music every Friday at Anchor. This Friday, enjoy 90s and 2000s rock with Taylor Schereck & Von.

Supporting Transgender and Nonbinary Youth and Neighbors

Edgerton Public Library 10 Albion St., Edgerton, WI

What does it mean to be transgender or nonbinary? What impact does inclusivity have on our LGBTQ+ youth and neighbors? Join the Edgerton Library for an interactive discussion with GSAFE of Madison and learn about how you can be supportive and inclusive of transgender and nonbinary family and community members. […]

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Free

Fiber Friends

Edgerton Public Library 10 Albion St., Edgerton, WI

Join other fiber arts lovers in the cozy magazine room of the Edgerton Public Library to knit, crochet, or stitch while enjoying one another's company. Bring something you are working on or start a new project. Get advice and help from others, too!

Free

Sterling North “So Dear to My Heart” Lecture

Edgerton Public Library 10 Albion St., Edgerton, WI

Sterling North, one of America's great novelists, was an Edgerton native who lived from 1906 to 1974 and wrote classics such as “So Dear to My Heart,” “The Wolfling,” and the autobiographical “Rascal” which details North's life raising a raccoon, the titular character. “Rascal” and “So Dear to My Heart” […]

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Sterling North Tea & Poetry Reading Soiree

Albion Academy Historical Society 605 Campus Ln, Edgerton, WI

Sterling North, one of America's great novelists, was an Edgerton native who lived from 1906 to 1974 and wrote classics such as “So Dear to My Heart,” “The Wolfling,” and the autobiographical “Rascal” which details North's life raising a raccoon, the titular character. “Rascal” and “So Dear to My Heart” […]

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Walt’s Rascal Bus Tour

Edgerton Public Library 10 Albion St., Edgerton, WI

Sterling North, one of America's great novelists, was an Edgerton native who lived from 1906 to 1974 and wrote classics such as “So Dear to My Heart,” “The Wolfling,” and the autobiographical “Rascal” which details North's life raising a raccoon, the titular character. “Rascal” and “So Dear to My Heart” […]

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Free

Wildlife Rehab Presentation

Edgerton Public Library 10 Albion St., Edgerton, WI

The Edgerton Public Library, in conjunction with the Sterling North Society, offer this Wildlife Rehab Presentation. Sterling North, one of America's great novelists, was an Edgerton native who lived from 1906 to 1974 and wrote classics such as “So Dear to My Heart,” “The Wolfling,” and the autobiographical “Rascal” which […]

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Free