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Local Art in the Library: Jill Metcoff and Ed Wohl

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

Throughout August, Jill Metcoff is exhibiting her photos in the Community Room Gallery and Ed Wohl is exhibiting his woodworking in the Glass Case 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, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.


Workshop: Build a Small Harp in a Weekend

Folklore Village

During this weekend workshop, students will construct a simple 15-string lap harp. The workshop will start with a Friday evening introduction and preparation session. The students will get the chance to familiarize themselves with the parts of their harps, preview the steps involved in building their harps and learn a little bit about harp history.…

Workshop: Beginning Chair Caning

Folklore Village

Ever wonder how a caned chair seat is made? Then this is the class for you. In this class participants will hand-cane a wooden trivet using natural strand cane. Other topics that will be discussed include: the difference between the various types of caning, the different types of caning materials, the 7 step method of…

Workshop: Spring Ovals Hardangersom

Folklore Village

Stitch in community with other Hardanger lace enthusiasts! This intermediate to advanced level class will cover techniques of traditional Hardangersom, with the following stitches: klosters, satin stitch, buttonhole stitch, double running stitch, French knots, cable stitch, petal/stars and cutwork with weaving/lacing. We will talk and demonstrate design set up and stitching to keep a clean…

Photography Exhibit: Sacred Spaces: Frank Lloyd Wright x Andrew Pielage

Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center 5607 Cty. Rd. C, Spring Green

Sacred Spaces: Frank Lloyd Wright x Andrew Pielage is a new photography exhibit free and open to the public at the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center. For the past decade, photographer Andrew Pielage has traveled the country capturing Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in his pursuit to photograph every remaining Wright site. Throughout his travels, he…


Workshop: Woven Mohair Saddle Cinches, Guitar Straps and Hat Bands

Folklore Village

Learn to make your own mohair saddle cinches, guitar straps or hat bands with instructor Pop Wagner. This three-day class is suited to both cinch-making newcomers and those who are already proficient at it. Besides cinches, girths and breast collars, one can create a number of other items including hatbands and guitar straps. The class…

Workshop: Songs for All Seasons: Earth, Community, & Soul

Folklore Village

Join songleader Liz Rog for a one- or two-day in-person singing workshop. We need songs and songs need us, and there are perfect songs for times such as this. They are simple, meaningful and powerful songs that you can learn easily and then carry with you through your days: songs to call and sing to…

Celebrate Grasslands: A Pollinator Party!

Bloomfield Prairie 3031 County Farm Rd, Dodgeville

We're having a pollinator party! Head out to the beautiful Bloomfield Prairie for a fun day of learning and exploring. All Day: Come Explore! - Go on a story walk across the prairie - Find resources on supporting pollinators on your own property - Enjoy delicious snacks! Morning Session: Take a Deep Dive - 10:30-11:00:…


Local Art at the Library: Pat Fargen and Kathy Steffen

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

Throughout June, enjoy quilts made locally by Pat Fargen for the Linus Project on display in the Community Room Gallery and assemblage sculpture by Kathy Steffen in the Glass Case Gallery during regular library hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday


Bluegrass Jam

Spring Green General Store 137 S. Albany St., Spring Green

Bring your instrument and play along or come to listen at the Bluegrass Jam at the Spring Green General Store the second Saturday of each month. While the weather permits they'll be held on our back deck.  It's an amazing group of performers.

donations for musicians gratefully accepted

Kimchi & Kraut: Stories and Recipes of Fermented Cabbage

Folklore Village

Two widely diverse cultures, Korea and Central Europe, both developed and adopted fermented cabbage as a core dish of their identities. In this class, students will learn to make their own kimchi and sauerkraut, while also learning about the origins of these foods, and the many health benefits of fermented foods generally. Students may bring…

Driftless Poets Workshop

Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts

Workshop new poems and deepen your craft at this free monthly workshop that meets the second Saturday of the month in person and online except July and December. New poets are always welcome, but only those who have submitted work prior to the workshop will receive feedback and critique. To receive Zoom link, register here.…