What's happening

February 2016

Mardi Gras Gala - Benefit for St. Victor School

A fun evening with dinner, spirits, raffles and entertainment as well as live and silent auctions. New this year 2 live bands: The Basin Street Boys & Midlife Crisis. Call for tickets 608.325.3395 or

Chili Supper Fundraiser

  • Brooklyn Community Building
  • Brooklyn
  • 2/7/2016
  • 11 am
  • 608.495.2377

Sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 354.

Albany Lions Pancake Day

  • Lions Building - 402 N. Cincinnati St.
  • Albany
  • 2/13/2016

Guys and Dolls

  • Monroe High School Performing Arts Center - 1600 26th St.
  • Monroe
  • 2/19/2016 - 2/21/2016
  • Friday and Saturday 7 pm, Sunday 2 pm.

Musical performance by Monroe High School, under the direction of David Lucas. Tickets $10 adults $5 students.

Volleyball Tournament

Sponsored by Monroe Park and Rec.

Trinket or Treasure

Got a Swiss or other family heirloom or collectible item that you always wondered what it was worth? Turner Hall's Swiss Heritage Series is again sponsoring Trinket or Treasure? II, a fun appraisal event with Mark Moran of Mark F. Moran Appraisals. Mr. Moran has also done appraisals for PBS' Antique Roadshow.

FREE appraisal for two items for all members of Turner Hall (New World Swiss Club, Monroe Swiss Singers) who are current on their 2016 dues. (Non-members, $15 per item.)

As an added perk, Mr. Moran will do in-house appraisals within 10 miles of Turner Hall for $75/hour, which is great for large or fragile items, or if you have a whole house-full of items!

Harris Gempler Spaghetti Dinner

  • Monroe Moose Lodge, 639 3rd Ave.
  • Monroe
  • 2/21/2016
  • 4-6:30 pm

Buffet style dinner with meat sauce, spaghetti, vegetarian spaghetti, salad, french bread and dessert. Carryout available. $8 adults, $5 per child 10 and under.  Tickets at the door or in advance at Pomps Tire in Monroe. 

Dinner Funds Benefit Restoring Hope Transplant House:  a non-profit home in downtown Middleton that offers comfortable and affordable housing to transplant patients and their caregivers while they are in the Madison area receiving life-saving care at nearby University of Wisconsin Hospital. For more information about Restoring Hope Transplant House: or call 608-831-1726.

Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets

From street corner to contemporary cabaret, the sharp-suited, classically vintage Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets is back with their newest production, "Everything Old is New Again." Experience classic Americana that spans the genres of doo-wop and rock 'n' roll, as the Four Guyz serve up the best of their best!
This romp of favorite tunes is delivered with fun, energetic harmony and the style you've come to love from the Four Guyz. The stirring vocal harmonies, humor, and captivating choreography promise to have you clapping, snapping, tapping, and singing along to the songs you so fondly remember.
Along with their dynamic live band, this crazy foursome re-creates the sights and sounds audiences have selected as their favorites from their "decade-plus worldwide national tour." This timeless music will hold you, thrill you, and delight you.