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Spring Green Farmers Pop-Up Market

Spring Green Community Library 230 E. Monroe St., Spring Green

The Spring Green Farmers Market is continuing in the Spring Green Community Public Library Lot through the winter every Saturday morning. Pre-orders are recommended. Visit our Facebook or Instagram page or email SGFarmersMarket@gmail.com for a list of participating vendors and their contact information.

Free
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Local Art at the Library: River Valley Elementary and Middle School

Spring Green Community Library 230 E. Monroe St., Spring Green

River Valley Elementary and Middle School students are exhibiting their art throughout April in the Glass Case Gallery and the Community Room Gallery at the Spring Green Community Library during regular library hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday

Free
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Art Exhibit: Jennifer Angus, “A is for Ant, B is for Bug, C is for Cicada”

Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center 6306 State Hwy 23, Spring Green

Jennifer Angus is a professor in Design Studies at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Creating some of the most provocative work in an art museum setting, Angus’ medium is insects. Her exhibition at Wyoming Valley School Cultural Arts Center will fill our entire School with bugs! Her unique installations show insects as art, with…

$8

Jewelry Boot Camp Vendor Night

Shake Rag Alley Lind Pavilion 411 Commerce St., Mineral Point

Midwest jewelry artists welcome the public to shop a wide variety of their handcrafted pieces in the spacious Lind Pavilion -- just in time for Mother’s Day. Entrance is free and Glenda’s Tamales will be serving delicious cuisine that, along with beverages, will be for sale. Vendor night brings together the public and Jewelry Boot…

Maypole Social

Folklore Village

Welcome spring with this wonderfully colorful English tradition! Learn to weave patterns with maypole ribbons as we dance around the maypole. The young and young-at-heart are invited to bring fresh flowers to help decorate the maypole. The evening begins with a bring-your-own picnic at 5:30 p.m., with dancing to follow. Proof of vaccination or masks…

Big Top Chautauqua: The Music of Woodstock

River Arts Center 105 9th St., Prairie du Sac

In 1969, 400,000 people gathered on a dairy farm northwest of New York City for the three-day festival known as Woodstock. That was more than 50 years ago, and now, in this new Big Top show, the Blue Canvas Orchestra pays tribute to the festival, to the artists, and to the spirit of the '60s…

$10 – $25