BERLIN EVENTS 

2016 Calendar of Events

 

 To Put Your Berlin event on the Calendar of Events call 920-361-5400 or email speschke@cityofberlin.net  

 

MAY

21 – CHN Helping Hands for Cancer 5k Run/Walk at CHN Campus, Berlin.  For info call Kelly at 920-361-5481.

23 – Eureka Locks Opens for the season through Sept. 12th.

 

JUNE

2 - Berlin Library Program from 6 - 7 p.m. Join UW-Extensino Katie Gellings in the first of three canning and food preservation
      classes.  Register for this program to be entered for a door prize. For more information call the Berlin Library at 920-361-5420
      or visit www.berlinlibrary.org     

6 –  Boys and Girls Club of the Tri-County Area Drivin’ Fore the Club at the Mascoutin Country Club, Berlin.  For more info call
      920-361-2717 or 
  Visit www.bgctri.org.

7 -  Music in the Park with Ms. Jamie.  Brat fry sponsored by the Berlin Boat Club.  Also Berlin Girl Scouts games and face
       painting, a music talent show, Thomas performs and Berlin Library Promotion.

8 -  Berlin Library Program from 2 - 3 p.m. Get ready for a magic show, which includes comical audience participation and mind
       blowing magic.  Mr. Allen's attention-grabbing magic features live doves, a haunted antique table, and someone from the
       audience will be levitated in mid-air. For more information call the Berlin Library at 920-361-5420 or
       visit www.berlinlibrary.org

12 – Berlin Historical Society Museum opens 1-4pm.  111 S. Adams St.

13 - Berlin Library Program from 11:00 - 12:00 (noon) -Join Paine Arts Center docents for an interactive presentation that will
        introduce you to the art, sculptures, and history of the Paine house.  If you never visited, this will be a great introduction.  If
        you have visited, join us for the pooortunity to tell others of your visit.  No need to register.  Stop by! Drink and eat sweets
        will be served.  Attendees will be entered in a basket raffle
.

14 - Music in the Park by Auralai.  Brat fry sponsored by Berlin Community Daycare.  Crafts with Berlin Public Library.

15 - Berlin Library Program from 6 - 7 p.m. Explore the methods in which different animals move, including turtles, snakes, birds,
        mammals, and insects.  Featuring the book, "Do Goldfish Gallop,"   by Michael Dahl.  Hand-on and active with live
        animals.   

18 – Berlin Conservation Club Shoot’N for A Reason at Berlin Trap Grounds. 8am – 5pm. 

18 - Berlin Library Program from 10 - 11 a.m. Join Peg Vesely, owner of Berlin's Sweet Clover, to create a repurposed tote bag! 
        Because of supplies and equipment, this workshop is limited to 10 participants on a first-come-first-serve basis.   Register 
        for this program to be entered for a door prize. For more information call the Berlin Library at 920-361-5420 or visit
       
www.berlinlibrary.org

21 - Music in the park by Performer Larry Reik.  Brat fry sponsored by Grace Lutheran Church.  Music family time in the park
        5:00 - 5:30 and Berlin Public Library promotion. 

22 - Berlin Library Program from 6 - 7 p.m.  Science + Humor = The Hillbilly Scientists!  Witness the crazy antics of Dr. Cletus
        Beaker and his assistant, Professor Choo Choo Peterson, PhD.  Watch them demonstrate their intries for the next science
         fair.  Laugh, learn, and have a good old time learning a new meaning to "Weird Science!"

23- Berlin Library Program from 6 - 7 p.m.  Join art teacher, Jean Yonke, to make a decorative book wreath out of recycled books! 
       Because of supplies and resources, this class is limited to 10 participants ona first-come-first-serve rgistration basis. For
       more information call the Berlin Library at 920-361-5420 or visit www.berlinlibrary.org

26 -  Rain Date: Sunday, July 10th "Teen Summer Sand Showdown" Volleyball Tournament at Riverside Park Berlin, WI.  
         Sponsored by WVA Central & BHS Volleyball.   Register on the Facebook Page "Berlin Adult Volleyball League" 
         Contact:
jbednarek@berlin.k12.wi.us

26 – Berlin Historical Society Museum opens 1-4pm.  111 S. Adams St.

28 - Berlin Library Program from 2 - 3 p.m. Instrument maker Lawrence LaMay built beautifil string instruments in the 1960's. 
        Hear them played and learn more about caring for these living works of art, owned by Ripon college.  No need to register. 

28 - Music in the Park by Fox Valley Chorus of Sweet Adelines.  Raspberry jam canning demo by Katie Gellings 5:00 - 5:30 and a
        Berlin Public Library promotion.

29 - Berlin Library Program form 6 - 7 p.m.  Be intrigued by the magic and balloon sculpturing of Tim Glander.

  JULY                                    

2  – Independence Day Berlin Style, Riverside Park, Berlin.  Fireworks, music, food and family fun.

5  -  Music in the Park by Casey Getz.  Girl Scouts Food Stand and a Berlin Public Library promotion.

6 - Berlin Library Program 6 - 7 p.m.  Come to the library to see the stars! Paul Kinzer will bring his portable planetarium to the
      library to share the night sky. Crawl through a tunnel to see the stars, planets, sun, and moon.  We'll learn how to find some
      constellations, too.

7 - Berlin Library Program 6 - 7 p.m.  Join UW-Extension's Katie Gellings to learn how to make and preserve homemade jams to
      enjoy it year-round. Please register for this program to be entered for a door prize!  For more information call the Berlin
      Library at 920-361-5420 or  visit www.berlinlibrary.org

9  – 4th Annual Kiwanis BBQ at Riverside Park North Shelterhouse.

10 – Berlin Historical Society Museum opens 1-4pm.  111 S. Adams St.

12 - Music in the Park by The Hook Up.  Plant nutrition demo class with Genie Metoyer and a Berlin Public Library promotion.

19 - Music in the Park by Steffen Wayne.  Girl Scouts food stand and music family time from 5:00 - 5:30.

24 -  Rain Date: Sunday, July 31st    "Adult Summer Sand Showdown" Volleyball Tournament at Riverside Park Berlin, WI
        
Register on the Facebook Page "Berlin Adult Volleyball League"   Contact: jbednarek@berlin.k12.wi.us

26 - Music in the Park by Big Boomba's Boppers.  H.C.E. Jolly J's food stand and salsa canning demo with Katie
        Gellings 5:00 - 5:30.

30 – Bugle Mouth Bass Tournament, Riverside Park, Berlin. For more info call Wayne at 920-361-3718

24 – Berlin Historical Society Museum opens 1-4pm.  111 S. Adams St.

 

AUGUST

2 - Music in the Park by North Coast Jazz Project.  Cub Scouts food stand.  Steph the Human Hula Hoop Demonstration and
      kids/teens hula hoop contest.

3 – 10th Annual Berlin & Ripon Golf Outing, Tuscumbia Country Club. 12:00 p.m. Shotgun Start. Call Kathy at 920-748-2585.

9 - Music in the Park by Mandy Mae Hallman.  Grace Lutheran Church Brat Fry.

11 - Berlin Library Program 6 - 7 p.m.  Join UW-Extension Katie Gellings to learn how to make and preserve homemade salsa. 
       Please register for this program to be entered for a door prize.  For more information call the Berlin Library at
       920-361-5420 or visit www.berlinlibrary.org

12 & 13 – Berlin Boat Club Brat and Corn Roast, Riverside Park, Berlin. Music, food and fun

13 & 14 – Berlin Street Cruizers Ride and Car Show. Ride on the 13th, Car Show on the 14th. Riverside Park with trophies at 3 p.m., Berlin. For more info call Judy at 920-361-9097

14 – Berlin Historical Society Museum opens 1-4pm.  111 S. Adams St.

16 - Music in the Park by Erica Sunshine Lee.  Berlin Public Library promotion.

21– Jeff’s On The Square 42nd Anniversary Bash sponsored by Berlin Veterans 1-4 p.m. DJ Bob, 4-8 p.m. Del Rays.

23 - Music in the park by Bill Hill.  Music family time in the park 5:00 - 5:30 and a Berlin Public Library promotion.

27 - Fox Festival Event - - - No Rain Date   "Volley for Kids" Adult Sand Volleyball Tournament at Riverside Park Berlin, WI
      
Sponsored by Berlin Community Daycare & Preschool    Register on the Facebook Page "Berlin Adult Volleyball League"
      
Contact: jbednarek@berlin.k12.wi.us

28 – Berlin Historical Society Museum opens 1-4pm.  111 S. Adams St.

27 – 2nd Annual Berlin Fox Festival at Riverside Park hosted by the Berlin Chamber of Commerce www.berlinchamber.net 
         All day events featuring Road Trip at 8 p.m.

30 - Music in the Park (rain date).   Cupcake/cookie decortiing for kids hosted by Peg Vesley at Sweet Clover.  Applesauce canning
        demo with Katie Gellings 5:00 - 5:30 and a Berlin Public Library promotion.

 

SEPTEMBER

4 – CHN 13dot1 Half Marathon and 5k, Green Lake.        

24 – Berlin Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing at Mascoutin Golf Club.  Night golf at its best.

30 – Misery Haunted House 299 S. Pearl www.miseryhauntedhouse.com

 

OCTOBER

1-31 - Misery Haunted House 299 S. Pearl. Go to www.miseryhauntedhouse.com  

15 – Berlin Historical Society Ghost Walk in Oakwood Cemetery.  Two tours:  6:30 & 8 p.m. Contact Lee Erdmann at 920-361-2460.

 

NOVEMBER

3   – CHN Diabetes Health Fair, City Inn, Berlin

17 – Berlin’s Annual Lighting the Park at Nathan Strong Park At 5:30pm organized by ABC Group, Call Harry at 920-361 -2162  

17 – Berlin’s 31th Annual Lighted Christmas Parade starting at 6:30 West to East.  Call 920-361-3636 for more info or visit www.berlinchamber.net      

  

DECEMBER

1 – 6th Annual Business of the Year/Citizen of the Year at City Inn Banquet Hall sponsored by the Berlin Chamber of Commerce.  Call

      920-361- 3636 for more info or visit www.berlinchamber.net. PUBLIC WELCOME.

25 – Berlin Kiwanis Christmas Dinner at Clay Lamberton noon.  Contact Julie at 920-361-2100