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Event Schedule, 2015


Welcome to Stoughton’s Victorian Holiday Weekend!

The air is brisk. The sound of carolers fills the air. The eyes are treated to some lovely one-of-a-kinds found in the many locally owned boutiques and galleries lined up and down Historic Main Street. The laughter and light-hearted excitement permeates the City as we make ready for this festive holiday weekend.



2015 Victorian Holiday Events



All Weekend

Holiday Light Display
Friday, November 27
th  through New Year’s Day
The 2015 Holiday Light Display presented by the Stoughton Fire Department will be illuminated on November 27th  at 5:30pm at the Stoughton Rotary Park located at the corner of 6th and Jefferson St., just east of the Fire Station.  The display features new additions for 2015 with 100,000 lights!  All of the lights will be sequenced to your favorite holiday music, broadcast over 88.5 FM radio.  Stroll down to the park or view it from your auto.
 
Thursday, December 3rd

Love Lights Ceremony 
Thursday, Dec. 3 at 4:30pm
Celebrate the 25th annual lighting ig the Love Light trees. The ceremony will be held at The Bryant Center inside the hospital, 900 Ridge St.
 
Friday, December 4th

GADZOOKS! CINDERELLA! (It Ain’t Shakespeare)
Saturday, Dec. 5, 7pm
This irreverent family show has a fairy tale setting for kids and current and local references for adults.  It includes well-known songs and the audience is encouraged to sing along as well as cheer, boo and shout out help to the onstage actors. Visit StoughtonVillagePlayers.org, for more information. All proceeds benefit the McFarland and Stoughton Food Pantries.

 Saturday, December 5th
 
Cookie Walk and Craft Fair, United Methodist Church
Saturday, Dec. 5, 8am - 2pm
Let others do your baking!  Come to the United Methodist Church, 525 Lincoln Avenue, and look for their decorated cookies, featured in the cookie walk!  Proceeds go to the United Methodist Church Food Pantry.

Victorian Holiday Arts and Crafts Show and Sale 
Saturday, Dec. 5, 9am - 4pm
The Victorian Holiday Arts and Crafts Show and Sale is sure to be a crowd-
pleaser. This popular event will be held at River Bluff Middle School, 235 N. Forrest Street. This Holiday Arts Show is always a huge success receiving accolades from visitors near and far. 

Second Chance Animal Advocates Bake Sale
Saturday, Dec. 5, 9am – until gone!
Stop by the SCAA Bake Sale on Main Street by the Library to pick up a variety of baked goods, doggie treats and candy!
 Friends of the Library Book Sale
Saturday, Dec. 5, 9am –3pm

Nordic Nook Special Events
Saturday, Dec. 5, 11am-2pm
The Nordic Nook, 176 W Main St, will be hosting local writer, Annie Jacobson who will be doing a book signing, featuring her newly released book, 'Crooked Candy Canes'.  From noon to 2pm,come and try some glogg!


Madrigal Singers Caroling 
Saturday, Dec. 5, 10am-12pm
Stoughton High School Madrigal Singers, in full period costume, stroll through the downtown shopping area singing holiday music.


Holiday Sleigh  Family Picture Opportunity!
Saturday, Dec. 5, 11am –3pm
The Partners of Stoughton Hospital are hosting a decorated sleigh with fun props for your perfect holiday family photo!  For a $5 donation, your photo will be e-mailed to you, ready for your Christmas card or Facebook post.  Located at Division and Main Street, pets welcome.

Livsreise, Norwegian Heritage Center Program 
Saturday, Dec. 5, 11:00- noon
“Far from the North Pole: Scandinavians in the Midwest?” Julie K. Allen will be speaking about the Scandinavian Immigration to the Midwest. Julie is an Associate Professor of Scandinavian and German in the Department of Scandinavian Studies, University of Wisconsin—Madison

Santa's Workshop by Kiwanis
Saturday, Dec. 5, 12-3pm

Drop in to visit with Santa, decorate cookies with Mrs. Claus, get your face painted and create some crafts!  Located at the Stoughton Community Building, Corner of North and Fifth Streets.

Special Activities for Children
Saturday, Dec. 5, 1 – 3pm

Kids and parents, make your way to The Next Generation, 161 E. Main Street 
for a special children's activity!

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides!
Saturday, Dec. 5, 12:30-4:30pm

Enjoy a carriage ride, pulled by Clydesdale horses!  Start your ride at McFarland State Bank parking lot, Main Street.  Cost is $5 per person, or $20 per family .  Sponsored by Stori Anne Co.  Proceeds go to The American Family Children’s Hospital.

Christmas Family Fun Day - A Benefit for Cynamon Reynolds
Saturday, Dec. 5, 1-5pm

Come to St. Ann’s Gym for cookie decorating, ornament making, Christmas music and more! The event benefits Cynamon Reynolds as she recovers from a tragic car accident. Donations can also be sent to PO Box 141, Stoughton 53589.

Nutcracker Ballet
Saturday, Dec. 5, 1:30pm and 7:30pm
StageWorks Projects, Inc. presents the magical Victorian Christmas Eve story of the nutcracker.  A holiday treat for audiences of all ages.  Performed at the Stoughton High School auditorium  For tickets or information, visit
www.stoughtonperformingarts.com
or call 608-873-0717.

Music on the Mezz
Saturday, Dec. 5, 2pm
The Library presents a Music on the Mezz Concert featuring Christopher Allen on classical guitar.

Festively Illuminated Fire Truck Parade 
Saturday, Dec. 5, 5:30pm

Area fire departments get into the holiday spirit by decorating their fire trucks with holiday lights, decorations and music! The parade begins at the Wal-Mart parking lot at 5:30 pm and continues downtown on Main Street. It ends at the fire station where the public can enjoy hot cider, homemade cookies, listen to the City Band play holiday music, see the firefighters, Balloon and visit with Santa.

Holiday Light Display
Through New Year’s Day 

The 2015 Holiday Light Display presented by the Stoughton Fire Department will be illuminated on November 27th  at 5:30pm at the Stoughton Rotary Park located just east of the Fire Station.  The display features new additions for 2015 with 100,000 lights!  All of the lights will be sequenced to your favorite holiday music, broadcast over 88.5 FM radio.  Stroll down to the park or view it from your auto.

GADZOOKS! CINDERELLA!
(It Ain’t Shakespeare)
Saturday, Dec. 5, 7pm

This irreverent family show has a fairy tale setting for kids and current and local references for adults.  It includes well-known songs and the audience is encouraged to sing along as well as cheer, boo and shout out help to the onstage actors. Visit StoughtonVillagePlayers.org, for more information. All proceeds benefit the McFarland and Stoughton Food Pantries.

Sunday, December 6th

Breakfast with Santa
Sunday, Dec. 6, 8-11:30am

Come have breakfast with Santa at the American Legion, 803 N. Page Street!  All you can eat pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, American Fries, hash browns, milk, juice and coffee!  The Stoughton HS Madrigal Singers will perform every hour, Proceeds from the event will go toward the music program.  $8 adults, $4 for kids under 10.    

Victorian Holiday Arts and Crafts Show and Sale
Sunday, Dec. 6, 9am - 2pm

The Victorian Holiday Arts and Crafts Show and Sale is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. This popular event will be held at River Bluff Middle School, 235 N. Forrest Street. This Holiday Arts Show is always a huge success receiving accolades from visitors near and far. 
 
A Dickens of a Run & Walk
Sunday, Dec. 6, 10am
Bring your family/pet for a 5K or 1 mile run/walk. Bring a canned good for the food drive! Prizes are awarded for the top finishers in the 5K run and for Best Dressed.
Entry fees:  $20 before Nov. 25, $25 after.
Online: active.com  Race-day registration is from 9 to 9:50am inside the Co-op at 229 E. Main Street.

Holiday Light Display
Through New Year’s Day
 
The 2015 Holiday Light Display presented by the Stoughton Fire Department will be illuminated on November 27th  at 5:30pm at the Stoughton Rotary Park located at the corner of 6th and Jefferson St., just east of the Fire Station.  The display features new additions for 2015 with 100,000 lights!  All of the lights will be sequenced to your 
favorite holiday music, broadcast over 88.5 FM radio.  Stroll down to the park or view it from your auto.




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