Upcoming Events – Page 3 – Visit Edgerton

The Guy Mendilow Ensemble

Edgerton Performing Arts Center 200 Elm High Dr, Edgerton, WI

From the Middle East, South and North America, the Guy Mendilow Ensemble combines musicianship with cinematic storytelling, whisking audiences to distant times and picturesque places, conjuring voices lost to upheaval, to spark personal connections with the stories of ordinary people living through extraordinary times of change. Phone: (608) 561-6093 Website: […]

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$35

Sterling North Film Festival

Sterling North Museum 409 W Rollin 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

Sterling North Museum 25th Anniversary Celebration

Sterling North Museum 409 W Rollin St, Edgerton, WI

Visit the childhood home of Sterling North, one of America's great novelists. North, an Edgerton native who lived from 1906 to 1974, 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 […]

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Rock River Thresheree

Thresherman's Park 51 E Cox Rd, Edgerton, WI

This 66th annual living history festival features working antique steam engines and equipment demonstrations. Take a train ride on the Rock River Cannonball and watch an operating saw mill and pile driver. Check out the blacksmith shop, antique cars and trucks, construction equipment display and demonstrations, military displays, kids activities […]

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Chilimania & Country Edge Concert

Downtown Edgerton 99 N Henry St, Edgerton, WI

Chilimania is all about supporting our youth and community. We’re home to the Wisconsin State Championship CASI-sanctioned chili cook-off, a traditional chili cook-off, a salsa contest, public chili tasting, best Bloody Mary competition, 12 hours of live music, food, fun, and more. It all began on a cold, wet autumn […]

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$15 – $25

The Life and Times of Sterling North

Edgerton Masonic Lodge 312 Fulton 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

Sterling North Birthday Celebration

Sterling North Museum 409 W Rollin St, Edgerton, WI

Visit the childhood home of Sterling North, one of America's great novelists. North, an Edgerton native who lived from 1906 to 1974, 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 […]

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