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our Local Food Scene and Supper Clubs Barn
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Welcome to Calumet County, Wisconsin! We are so
happy that you are here. To show you our appreciation
and hospitality, we offer you the best food and beverages
Calumet County has to offer. After all, isn’t that how
guests are welcomed? In this guide, you’ ll find the
best local food destinations and the hot spots for beer,
wine and spirits in the County. And if you haven’t
heard, Calumet County is The Supper Club Capital of
the Midwest®. Don’t forget to check out our events
calendar where there are more than enough foodie events
year round.
TABLE OF CONTE
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Local Food Scene.
..................... 2-4
Bottoms Up...........
..................... 5-7
Supper Clubs.......
......................8-9
Dining Guide........
.................. 10-11
Life by the Lake...
.................. 12-13
Lodging................
....................... 15
Map........................
................. 16-17
Parks & Trails........
.................. 18-19
Rock On!...............
..................20-21
Shopping Spree.
...................22-23
Childs Play...........
...................24-27
Barn Quilts..........
...................28-29
Directory...............
...................... 32
To work up an appetite or to help burn off what you’ve
indulged in, recreate on our many trails or visit our
natural areas at High Cliff State Park, Brillion Nature
Center and Ledge View Nature Center. Kids can burn
off some energy at our many fun, family attractions.
For something more laid back, go fishing in Lake
Winnebago, shop at our charming stores or cruise our
rural roads to see beautiful quilts adorning our barns.
www.travelcalumet.com
Whatever you decide to do, have fun and thank you for
visiting Calumet County -The Quiet Side of the Lake!
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the “Travel Calumet” App available for
FREE download on iOS and Android.
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Follow Travel Calumet and
the Calumet County Parks
Department on Facebook for
the latest updates and events in
the county.
Visit www.travelthelakes.com
for more information about East
Central Wisconsin!
The Calumet County
Visitors Guide: The
Quiet Side of the
Lake is published and
produced annually by
the Calumet County
Planning, Zoning & Land
Information Department
and Zander Press Inc.
©2016 Zander Press Inc.
206 Court Street
Chilton, WI 53014
920-849-1493 ext. 263
www.travelcalumet.com
425 W. Ryan Street
Brillion, WI 54110
920-756-2222
www.zanderpressinc.com
Warning…
Reading this will make you hungry!
It’s pretty obvious when you visit Calumet County
that agriculture is the backbone of the area.
So it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that the
county has some pretty amazing local food focused
restaurants and fresh-from-the-producer meats,
cheeses and produce available to make your taste
buds and soul happy. Deliciousness is waiting
for you at these terrific stops!
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Meuer Farm Dinner
Arthur Bay Cheese Company
Hickory Hills Country Meats
237 E. Calumet Street, Appleton
(920)733-1556
The fresh cheese curds are the most popular item at this little shop hidden in the city.
Besides the curds, you’ll find a lovely variety
of Wisconsin cheese and souvenirs.
W3445 Hickory Hills Road, Chilton
(920)849-2618
www.hickoryhillscountrymeats.com
This meat market, located in the rural countryside, is home to award-winning meats.
All of their meats are frozen, which makes
bringing some back home to enjoy so easy!
GrassWay Organics Farm Store
N600 Plymouth Trail, New Holstein
(920)894-4201, www.grasswayorganics.com
A certified organic farm store that offers you
their own organically fed, pastured meats
and eggs. New in 2016, GrassWay Organics
will be hosting On Farm Pizza Nights every
Friday, 5-8pm, starting April 1-October 1.
Choose from 4 different styles that are permanently on the menu plus 2 unique styles
each month. The pizzas are prepared in the
wood fired oven of the farm’s food truck.
Heritage Orchard
N2963 Lake Shore Drive, Chilton
(south of Stockbridge)
(920)849-2158, www.heritageorchard.net
Pick your own apples or choose your favorite from over 20 different varieties in their
farm market. Apple bakery, caramel apples,
and sweet apple cider is available too but
hurry because these treats sell fast!
Honeymoon Acres
2600 Ford Drive, New Holstein
(920)898-4490
www.honeymoonacres.com
Stop by for fresh produce grown on-site.
Meuer Farm
N2564 Hwy 151, Chilton
(north of Brothertown)
(920)418-2676, www.meuerfarm.com
Stop in at the farm’s Busy Bee Country Store
to pick up some of their very own maple
syrup, honey, specialty grains and private
label goods. In late spring/early summer,
the strawberry patch is open and ready for
picking. Monthly farm-to-table dinners are
held May through September as part of their
Farm Flavors Dinner Series. See the ‘Calendar of Events’ section for dates/times.
January
Every Snowy Weekend in January
Tubing at Calumet County Park
County Park, Hilbert (north of Stockbridge)
11:00am-4:00pm
Admission (including tube) is $6/person (no carry-in tubes). Tow
rope, warming shelter with concessions.
Sunday, January 10, 17, 24 & 31
Guided Snowshoe Hikes
Ledge View Nature Center,
Chilton, 1:00pm
Take a naturalist-guided snowshoe hike
and learn how some plants and animals
handle winter.
Saturday, January 23
New Holstein Historical
Society Annual Meeting &
Program
Altona Supper Club,
New Holstein
12:00pm-3:00pm
Luncheon and presentation by Kathleen Ernst, author of the Chloe
Ellefson historical mysteries.
February
Every Snowy Weekend in February
Tubing at Calumet County Park
County Park, Hilbert (north of Stockbridge)
11:00am-4:00pm
Admission (including tube) is $6/person (no carry-in tubes). Tow
rope, warming shelter with concessions.
Every Sunday in February
Guided Snowshoe Hikes
Ledge View Nature Center, Chilton, 1:00pm
Take a naturalist-guided snowshoe hike and learn how some plants
and animals handle winter.
Hilbert isn’t hard to find, if you know where to look...
VILLAGE
HEARTHSTONE
Fresh, high quality, seasonal food with a world class touch
Lunch, dinner & Sunday brunch
Special events, private dining and catering
326 W Main Street
Hilbert, WI
920-853-3013
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N4367 Hwy 57, Chilton, (920)849-4819
www.pollyspumpkinpatch.com
Don’t let the name fool ya! Polly’s is WAY
more than pumpkins. Polly grows her own
produce, which is available in her Farm Market. Besides the fresh veggies, Polly’s also
offers fresh baked pies, canned goods and
other local food such as honey.
Roehrborn Meats
640 W. Ryan Street, Brillion, (920)756-2400
www.roehrbornmeats.com
A full-service meat market specializing in
homemade sausage, bratwurst and summer
sausage. Wisconsin cheeses also available.
Sunrise Valley Organics
& Natural Health
W4861 Moore Road, Hilbert
(near Stockbridge), (920)439-1887
Inside this farm store, you’ll find 100% grass
fed and organically raised beef that comes
right from the farm.
Vern’s Cheese
312 W. Main Street, Chilton
(920)849-7717
www.vernscheese.com
See our ad on page 7
Offers a large selection of Wisconsin produced cheeses and meats.
Outdoor Patio at
Village Hearthstone
Village Hearthstone Restaurant
326 W. Main Street, Hilbert, (920)853-3013
www.villagehearthstone.com
See our ad on page 3
Modern Rural Cuisine is this restaurant’s
style. The menu is abounding with entrées
that offer locally-sourced and organic ingredients.
Scoops Ice Cream Parlor
131 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
(920)849-2520
www.scoopsicecreamparlor.com
See our ad on this page
Indulge in homemade ice cream made with
locally grown ingredients. Which of the 26
different flavors will you choose?
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The Source Public House
890 Lake Park Road, Menasha
(920)830-2050
www.thesourcepublichouse.com
The Source specializes in using
locally produced, sustainable
foods to develop their restaurant’s menu.
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National Award-Winning
HOMEMADE
ICE CREAM
26+ flavors
available
Drive Thru
Custom Cakes
Choose your favorite
ice cream flavors
& toppings.
131 E. Chestnut St.
Chilton, WI 53014
920-849-2520
www.scoopsicecreamparlor.com
Catering and
concession trailer
available for your
wedding, fundraiser,
or other special events.
Saturday, February 13–Sunday, February 28
Sturgeon Spearing Season
Lake Winnebago, 7:00am-1:00pm
Head out to the several registration stations along the lake to see
these giant prehistoric fish.
Saturday, February 13
The Sweet Life: A Honey Dinner Extraordinaire
Village Hearthstone Restaurant, Hilbert
6:00pm
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an exciting five course dinner
featuring local honey. Call 920-853-3013 for tickets.
Thursday, February 18-Sunday, February 21
Toast to a great time in Calumet County!
Here’s your guide to the best wine, beer
and jaw-dropping cocktail spots in Calumet County.
Bakkheia
Red and White
420 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
www.bakkheiabrillion.com
See our ad on page 7
Sit back and relax with a glass or bottle of
wine at this cozy wine bar. Over 60 wine
choices. Beer and cocktails also available.
2400 S. Kensington Drive, Appleton
(920)882-2141, www.red-n-white.com
Sample wine before you buy, or enjoy one of
their many special events.
Mud Creek Coffee
25 N. Madison Street, Chilton, (920)849-2534
www.rowlandsbrewery.com
See our ad on page 6
Established in 1990 and located in a historic
firehouse, Rowland’s brews over 35 varieties
of beer, of which 11 are on tap at a single
time. Growlers are available so you can
take home your favorite. Homemade root
beer also available. Rowland’s organizes
the famous Wisconsin Micro-Brewers Beerfest each May in Chilton.
106 S. Military Road, Stockbridge
(920)439-1096, www.mudcreekcoffee.com
See our ad on page 7
Pick a bottle from their nice selection of
wines from across the country.
Quinney Estate Winery
N3332 Hwy 55, Chilton
(south of Stockbridge)
www.quinneywine.com
A small, family-owned winery located on
the Niagara Escarpment that produces wine
from the grapes grown on the property. The
winery is open by appointment only. Email
[email protected] to set up your visit.
Rowland’s Calumet
Brewing Company
Calumet County
Presents: Harvey
Community
Theatre
Engler Center, Chilton
Thursday-Saturday 7:00pm; Sunday 1:00pm
Stage play performed by the Calumet County Community Theatre.
Tickets available at www.englercenter.com.
Saturday, February 20
Evening Snowshoe Hike & Moonlight Ski
Ledge View Nature Center, Chilton, 6:30pm
Trek or glide across the snow in the moonlight!
Saturday, February 20
Brillion Chamber of Commerce Annual Wine,
Beer, Chocolate & Cheese Tasting Event
Cobblestone Creek Dining & Banquet, Brillion
7:00pm-10:00pm
Sample some of the area’s finest foods & beverages from local
vendors!
March
Saturday & Sunday, March 5-6
Mid-Shores HBA 2016 Home & Garden Expo
Vande Hey Brantmeier, Chilton
Sat. 10:00am-5:00pm; Sun. 10:00am-3:00pm
Visit the experts at the Home & Garden Expo where the latest home
building and remodeling products and services are all under one roof.
Saturday, March 5
Backyard Maple Syruping
Ledge View Nature Center, Chilton, 1:00pm
Adult-focused program teaches the basics of making maple syrup
at home.
Saturday, March 5
Sturgeon Banquet
Neighborhood Pub & Grill, Chilton (Brant)
5:00pm-11:00pm
Join the camaraderie that only the sturgeon spearing season
can bring to the Lake Winnebago area! Great raffle prizes, award
ceremony, food and beverages.
Saturday, March 12
Open Barn on the Farm
Sattler Farm Lamb-W3167 CTH F, Chilton
10:00am-3:00pm
Take a walk through the barn and get your picture taken with little lambs.
After your walk, stop at the house for samples of some lamb dishes.
Sunday, March 13
22nd Annual FFA Alumni Toy and Craft Show
New Holstein High School, New Holstein
9:00am-3:00pm
Enjoy the wide array of toys and crafts including tractors, trains,
horses and many collector’s items for purchase or trade. Event also
includes kiddie tractor pull, silent auction and lunch.
Saturday, March 19
Antique Appraisal Day
Kiwanis Park Community Center, New Holstein
9:00am-3:00pm
Bring your treasures. Experts will be on hand to appraise all items.
Sunday, March 20
Maple Syrup Sunday
Ledge View Nature Center, Chilton
9:00am-3:00pm
Celebrate the maple syrup season by helping to tap a tree, collect
sap, learn the history of how it becomes syrup, and enjoying the
flavor of pure maple syrup on pancakes or ice cream. Pancake
breakfast is served 9:00am-1:00pm.
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Two of a Kind Bar & Grill
W3220 Dundas Road, Kaukauna (Dundas)
(920)766-7106
Home of the Ultimate Bloody Mary. Only
available on Saturdays and Sundays, this
monster cocktail includes a cheeseburger
slider, a hard-boiled or pickled egg, onion
rings, celery, pickle, mushroom, Brussels
sprout, olive, shrimp, beef stick and cheese
whips.
Vern’s Cheese
312 W. Main Street, Chilton, (920)849-7717
www.vernscheese.com
See our ad on page 7
Large selection of Wisconsin beers and
wines and of course, specialty cheeses to
accompany your purchase.
Village Hearthstone Restaurant
326 W. Main Street, Hilbert, (920)853-3013
www.villagehearthstone.com
See our ad on page 3
The Village Hearthstone has the most extensive restaurant wine list in the area. If wine
isn’t your thing, they offer signature cocktails and a large variety of Wisconsin beers
as well to accompany your meal.
Vern’s Cheese Wine Selection
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• 11 Microbrews on Tap
• Homemade Draft Root Beer
Celebrate
Beerfest
May 22, 2016
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Saturday, March 26
Maple Syrup Camp
Brillion Nature Center,
Brillion, 10:00am-2:00pm
Come to the sugarbush to
observe on-going maple tree
tapping
demonstrations,
participate in collecting sap,
learn some of the methods of
boiling sap, and sample the
finished product over ice cream.
Program is weather dependent.
Stockbridge, WI
Saturday, March 26
Mon - Fri 6:30 am - 3 pm
Sat - Sun 7:00 am - 3 pm
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Civic Park, New Holstein, 11:00am
Children, ages 10 and younger, can hunt for eggs filled
with toys and prizes.
Something “unexpected” for everyone!
April
•Rich Colectivo coffee & espresso drinks
•Delicious breakfast & lunch menu
Fridays, April – October
On Farm Pizza Night
•Appetizing salads, soups & sandwiches
GrassWay Organics Farm, New Holstein
5:00pm-8:00pm
•Gluten-friendly choices
Indulge on wood fired pizzas that use farm fresh ingredients.
Questions, call (920) 894-4201.
•Impressive selections of gifts, wine & retail
Saturday, April 9
New Holstein Historical Society
Spring Luncheon
Altona Supper Club, New Holstein
11:00am-2:00pm
Lunch, presentation, silent raffles and fun.
Saturday, April 23
Free Family Fishing Clinic
Langenfeld Pond, Kiwanis Park, Community Center
New Holstein, 9:00am-noon
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• Large assortment of WI souvenirs
• Packer & Badger Novelties
• Large assortment of candy
312 W. Main St. Chilton
920-849-7717 • Fax: 920-849-7883
Visit us at our Web Site: www.vernscheese.com
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Welcome to the Supper Club
Capital of the Midwest !
®
Try one, try them all. No matter where you go,
you will not leave disappointed or hungry!
What is a supper club you may ask? The
easiest way of putting it….a dining experience like no other that includes a whole
lot of food for not too much money. Your
experience starts at the bar where the most
popular drink ordered is the Old Fashioned.
Food orders are placed while in the bar.
A typical meal may include a relish tray,
bread, soup, salad, an entrée such as steak,
chicken or fish and ice cream drinks for dessert. You will be notified when it’s your turn
to dine. Then it’s off to the dining room to
look for your table. Most supper clubs are
multi-generational family run businesses
and feature recipes that have been around
just as long. You can’t be in a hurry though.
The experience could take a couple of
hours, especially if you go on a weekend.
Calumet County has plenty of supper clubs
to choose from. It is unknown why there
are so many in the area, but one theory is
because the region was settled by men and
women who worked hard in the farm fields
and needed a ‘night out’ at the end of the
week. Shown here are the supper clubs in
Calumet County. For a map of these supper clubs, along with others just outside the
county, order your free Supper Club Capital
of the Midwest® and Fish Fry Map through
the ‘Contact Us’ page of travelcalumet.com.
HAPPY EATING!
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The Altona Supper Club
2306 Calumet Drive, New Holstein
(920)898-5255
www.altonasupperclub.com
Cobblestone Creek Dining & Banquet
740 W. Ryan Street, Brillion, (920)756-3214
www.cobblestonecrk.com
Gobbler’s Knob
101 N. Military Road, Stockbridge
(920)439-1265
www.gobblersknob.net
The Granary
N586 Military Road, Sherwood
(920)989-1233
www.granarysupperclub.com
High Cliff Restaurant
W5095 Golf Course Road, Sherwood
(920)989-1050
www.highcliffrestaurant.com
Little Chicago
N9650 Friendship Trail, Kaukauna
(920)462-4393, www.littlechicago.org
The Red Ox Seafood
& Steakhouse
2318 S. Oneida Street, Appleton
(920)830-4121
www.redoxseafoodandsteakhouse.com
Roepke’s Village Inn
W2686 St. Charles Road, Chilton
(Charlesburg)
(920)849-4000
www.roepkesvillageinn.com
Schmitz Brothers 2
58 S. 8th Street, Hilbert
(920)853-3015
Schwarz’s Supper Club
W1688 Sheboygan Road
New Holstein
(St. Anna), (920)894-3598
www.schwarzsupperclub.com
Shenanigans
N385 Military Road
Sherwood
(920)989-1232
Cocktails at
Roepke’s
Saturday, April 23
Appleton MacDowell Male Chorus
Engler Center, Chilton, 7:00pm
The Chorus is one of the longest continuously running male
choruses in the United States. Enjoy their wide repertoire of musical
styles. Tickets available at www.englercenter.com.
Friday, April 29-Sunday, May 1
Rites of Spring: Fiber Frolic
Bleating Heart Haven, New Holstein
Friday & Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm; Sunday
11:00am-2:00pm
Road trip of local fiber shops from Lake Winnebago to Lake
Michigan.
Perch PlatKenaotb
Gobbler’s
Saturday, April 30
Arbor Day Event & Spring Park Clean-Up
High Cliff State Park, Sherwood, 9:00am
Annual Arbor Day tree planting and park spring clean-up.
Volunteers are encouraged to bring shovels and gloves.
Cobblestone
Creek Salad
Bar
May
Fridays, April – October
On Farm Pizza Night
GrassWay Organics Farm, New Holstein
5:00pm-8:00pm
Indulge on wood fired pizzas that use farm fresh ingredients.
Questions, call (920) 894-4201.
Cave tours are scheduled most weekends at 1:00pm at Ledge
View Nature Center in Chilton. Learn the geology, biology and human
history of the caves. Check the calendar at www.travelcalumet.com
for tour dates and call 920-849-7094 for reservations.
Relish Tr
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Old Fashioned
Saturdays & Sundays, May-October
Timm House (1600 Wisconsin St.) & Pioneer
Corner Museum (2103 Main St.), New Holstein
1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The Timm House, a restored Victorian Mansion (circa 1900) and the
Pioneer Corner Museum with 3 galleries of history will be open for viewing.
740 W. Ryan St., Brillion
920-756-3214
www.cobblestonecrk.com
SEAFOOD, STEAKS, PASTA ENTREES AND ALL YOU CAN EAT
DAILY FEATURES. CASUAL DINING OPEN TUESDAY THROUGH
SUNDAY. DELICIOUS FOOD, WARM HOSPITALITY AND FRIENDLY
SERVICE, ALWAYS AT COBBLESTONE CREEK
Lunch and Dinner, Weddings, Banquets & Catering
Tues. - Thurs. 11:00 - 1:30 PM and 4:30 - 8:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 - 1:30 PM and 4:30 - 8:00 PM
Saturday: 4:30 - 8:30 PM
Sunday 9:00 - 1:30 PM and 4:00 - 8:00 PM
Banquet space to host groups of any size, up to 500
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A&W
(920) 993-9999
3801 E. Calumet Street
Fast Food
Arby's
(920) 735-6513
3709 E. Calumet Street
Fast Food
Big Apple Bagels
(920) 733-3120
2400 E. Calumet Street
Bakery/Café
Buffalo Wild Wings
(920) 733-9464
3201 E. Calumet Street
Bar/Grill
CherryBerry Self-Serve Yogurt Bar
(920) 364-0355
3525 E. Calumet Street
Ice Cream
China Garden
(920) 380-0058
4055 E. Calumet Street
Chinese
Culver's
(920) 733-7700
3631 E. Calumet Street
Fast Food
Darboy Club
(920) 734-7010
N9695 County Road N
Family/Banquet
Dairy Queen
(920) 738-6109
2000 S. Oneida Street
Fast Food
Fat Sammy’s Bar & Grill
(920) 730-0535
2500 S. Oneida Street
Bar/Grill
Little Caesar’s
(920) 731-2222
317 E. Calumet Street
Pizza
Mary's Family Restaurant
(920) 733-1546
2106 S. Oneida Street
Family
McDonald's
(920) 739-0501
2001 S. Kensington Drive
Fast Food
Mohnen’s Darboy Family Restaurant
(920) 832-8770
W5669 County Road KK
Family
Noodles and Company
(920) 830-7887
3719 E. Calumet Street
Family
Papa John’s
(920) 993-7272
4055 E. Calumet Street
Pizza
Pizza King
(920) 731-3234
1717 E. Calumet Street
Pizza/Sandwiches
Qdoba Mexican Grill
(920) 968-0077
3813 E. Calumet Street
Fast Food
Quizno's Classic Subs
(920) 749-0938
3825 E. Calumet Street
Fast Food
Red & White Wine Bar & Shop
(920) 882-2141
2400 S. Kensington Drive
Light Dining
The Red Ox Seafood & Steakhouse
(920) 830-4121
2318 S. Oneida Street
Supper Club
Study Hall Grille & Pub
(920) 733-3309
313A E. Calumet Street
Bar/Grill
Subway
(920) 380-3750
W6141 County Road KK
Fast Food
T. J. Thai Sushi and Japanese Steakhouse
(920) 831-8330
4029 E. Calumet Street
Japanese & Hibachi
Teriyaki Express
(920) 996-9999
1717 E. Calumet Street, Suite C
Chinese
Tom's Drive In
(920) 739-1649
3301 E. Calumet Street
Fast Food
Wendy's
(920) 202-3890
3300 S. Oneida Street
Fast Food
Bakkheia
(920) 377-1406
418 W. Ryan Street
Friday Fish Fry
Braun’s Deer Run Golf Course & Restaurant
(920) 875-0544
912 Fairway Drive
Bar/Grill
Bullwinkle’s Pub
(920) 756-3003
306 N. Main Street
Bar/Grill
Cobblestone Creek
(920) 756-3214
740 W. Ryan Street (Highway 10)
Supper Club/Banquet
DQ Grill & Chill
(920) 756-3737
521 N. Glenview Avenue
Fast Food
Ethel’s Pub & Grill
(920) 524-2169
300 N. Main Street
Bar/Grill
Hopscotch Lounge & Cafe
(920) 844-0000
205 S. Main Street
Bakery/Café
Hunan Chinese
(920) 756-2656
116 S. Main Street
Chinese
McDonald's
(920) 756-2001
570 W. Ryan Street (Highway 10)
Fast Food
Randy’s Central
(920) 756-3200
115 Jackson Street
Bar/Grill/Pizzeria
Rudy’s Cafe
(920) 756-2755
117 W. Ryan Street (Highway 10)
Family
Subway
(920) 756-5315
452 W. Ryan Street (Highway 10)
Fast Food
Boerger's Lakeview Campground Pub & Grill
(920) 439-1495
N4475 Ledge Road
Bar/Grill
Cheers
(920) 849-3058
26 N. State Street
Bar/Grill
Curve Inn
(920) 849-2086
249 E. Main Street
Bar/Grill
DQ Grill & Chill
(920) 849-9379
621 N. Madison Street (Highway 57)
Fast Food
Eagles Club
(920) 849-9223
1041 E. Chestnut Street (Highway 57)
Family/Banquet
Ethel’s Pub and Grill
(920) 849-4949
100 W. Main Street (Highway 151)
Bar/Grill
Hickory Hills Country Club
(920) 849-2912
W3095 Hickory Hills Road
Bar/Grill
Hilde’s Deli and Bakery
(920) 849-4005
24 W. Main Street (Highway 151)
Deli/Hot Food
King Wok
(920) 849-2044
1106 E. Chesnut Street (Highway 57)
Chinese
McDonald's
(920) 849-7383
1123 E. Chestnut Street (Highway 57)
Fast Food
Neighborhood Pub and Grill
(920) 849-3799
N5091 County Highway BB
Bar/Grill
Pennelopy’s Pizzaria
(920) 849-3043
613 E. Calumet St. (Highway 151)
Family
Pete’s Fishermans Inn
(920) 849-2460
N2197 Highway 151
Bar/Grill
Pla-Mor Lanes
(920) 849-2131
260 E. Main Street
Bowling Alley/Grill
Quinney Quencher
(920) 439-1341
W5626 Quinney Road
Bar/Grill
Roepke’s Village Inn
(920) 849-4000
W2686 St. Charles Road
Supper Club
Scoops Ice Cream Parlor
(920) 849-2520
131 E. Chestnut Street (Highway 57)
Ice Cream
7 Angels Restaurant
(920) 849-2125
128 E. Chestnut Street (Highway 57)
Family
Stagecoach Bar and Grill
(920) 849-8321
310 E. Main Street
Bar/Grill
Subway
(920) 849-4851
810 S. Irish Road
Fast Food
Terra Verde Coffeehouse
(920) 849-9050
507 N. Madison Street (Highway 57)
Coffee/Café
Railway Junction Restaurant
(920) 989-3150
N8914 State Highway 57
Family
Mr. Taco
(920) 871-4026
107 S. 8th Street (Highway 57)
Mexican
Official’s Den Bowl & Spirits
(920) 853-7131
408 N. 8th Street (Highway 57)
Bowling Alley/Grill
Schmitz Brothers 2
Scotty’s Bar & Grill
Subway
(920) 853-3015
(920) 853-3520
(929) 871-4018
58 S. 8th Street (Highway 57)
205 N. 8th Street (Highway 57)
51 S. 8th Street (Highway 57)
Supper Club
Bar/Grill
Fast Food
T's Diner
(920) 853-3225
N6403 State Highway 57
Family
Village Hearthstone
(920) 853-3013
326 W. Main Street
Family
Little Chicago
(920) 462-4393
N9650 Friendship Drive
Supper Club
Two of a Kind
(920) 766-7106
W3220 Dundas Road
Bar/Grill
El Camino’s Mexican Restaurant
(920) 894-3484
911 Calumet St. (Highway 57)
Mexican
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Cimarron Bar and Grill
(920) 733-3125
W7170 State Highway 10 & 114
Bar/Grill
Countryside Bar and Grill
(920) 989-1155
W53012 State Road 114
Bar/Grill
Lake Park Pub
(920) 739-1901
N8904 Lake Park Road
Bar/Grill
The Source Public House
(920) 830-2050
890 Lake Park Road
Bar/Grill
Stone Toad Bar & Grill
(920) 882-3900
1109 South Oneida Street
Bar/Grill/Banquet
Waverly Beach
(920) 733-9721
N8770 Firelane 1
Bar/Grill
Altona Supper Club
(920) 898-5255
2306 Calumet Drive (Highway 57)
Supper Club
Golden China Buffet
(920) 898-9252
1701 Wisconsin Avenue (Highway 57)
Chinese
King's Korner
(920) 898-1999
2000 Main Street
Bar/Grill
Schwarz’s Supper Club
(920) 894-3598
W1688 Sheboygan Road
Supper Club
7 Corners Bar and Restaurant
(920) 898-4702
W505 Fur Farm Road
Bar/Grill
South Town Family Restaurant
(920) 898-4941
1305 Milwaukee Drive (Highway 57)
Family
Subway
(920) 898-1344
2305 Calumet Drive (Highway 57)
Fast Food
Village Inn Pizza Family Restaurant
(920) 898-4045
1706 Wisconsin Avenue (Highway 57)
Family
Gene and Helen’s Bar
(920) 853-3804
375 Main Street
Bar/Grill
The Chubby Seagull
(920) 989-4855
N7721 State Park Road
Ice Cream/Grill
Frogg’s Ice Cream
(920) 749-1672
N370 Military Road (Highway 114)
Ice Cream
Golden Kitchen Family Restaurant
(920) 507-0221
W571 Castle Drive
Family
The Granary
(920) 989-1233
N586 Military Road
Supper Club
Hackers Pub at Sherwood Forest Golf Club
(920) 989-3400
N580 Robinhood Drive
Bar/Grill
High Cliff Restaurant
(920) 989-1050
W5095 Golf Course Road
Supper Club
Jeanne’s Bar & Grill
(920) 989-2470
N302 Military Road (Highway 114)
Bar/Grill
The Outpost Pub & Provisions
(920) 989-3300
N606 Knight Drive
Bar/Grill
Rico Taco
(920) 507-0027
N378 Military Road (Highway 114)
Mexican
Shenanigans
(920) 989-1232
N385 Military Road (Highway 114)
Supper Club
Subway
(920) 989-1995
W471 Veterans Ave.
Fast Food
Fishtale Inn
(920) 439-1565
W5636 County Road EE (Hilbert)
Bar/Grill
Gobbler’s Knob Supper Club
(920) 439-1265
101 N. Military Road (Highway 55)
Supper Club
Harbor Bar & Grill
(920) 439-1450
1919 W. Lake Street
Bar/Grill
Mak’s Shanty
(920) 989-3604
W5605 Faro Springs Road (Hilbert)
Bar/Grill
Mud Creek Coffee
(920) 439-1096
106 S. Military Road (Highway 55)
Coffee/Café
Rise 'n Shine Café (inside BP Gas Station)
(920) 439-2100
335 N. Military Road (Highway 55)
Café
Schumacher’s Shanty
(920) 439-1232
101 S. Military Road (Highway 55)
Bar/Pizzeria
Stockbridge Saloon
(920) 439-1040
107 N. Military Road (Highway 55)
Bar/Grill
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Sturgeon Spearing
The year starts frozen with a quiet stillness,
but that changes in February, especially on
Lake Winnebago. Sturgeon spearing season
starts Saturday, February 13, and continues
until Sunday, February 28, if the limit has
not been met. A community of ice shanties
scatters across the frozen lake as hopeful
spearers partake in this annual tradition
of trying to land one of these prehistoric,
mammoth-sized fish. Even if you don’t have
a license to spear (licenses needed by Oct.
31), you can still get in the spirit. Stop by
one of the registration stations for a firsthand glimpse of these monsters.
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Pack your basket and enjoy the view from
these following summer spots on Lake
Winnebago:
High Cliff State Park is a multi-level state
park offering panoramic views of Lake
Winnebago from the top of limestone
cliffs. The park is located at the northwest
corner of the county, in the Village of
Sherwood. Enjoy wooded trails that
lead to ideal resting spots complete with
picture perfect views. If you’re fortunate,
you’ll also discover Native American
Effigy mounds which dot the upper level
of the park. To complete your day, climb
the observation tower and take in the
view only birds, and climbers like you,
are privy to!
Calumet County Park is a perfect spot
for families with children who want to
enjoy a lakeside picnic. Let the children
play and explore, and then stay for the
night in a shore side campsite. The park
is north of the Village of Stockbridge
along Lake Winnebago. This 200-acre
park spans 1 mile of lakeshore and offers
5 miles of hiking trails. To complete the
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family picnic, fish from the marina or
bring your boat and cast away in front of
your campsite!
Harbors
Launch permits are required at Calumet
County Harbors. Purchase your daily
launch permit on site. The cost for a daily
launch is $6.00. 2016 Seasonal Boat Launch
Permits are available at the Calumet County
Park Office and the County Clerk’s Office.
The 2016 Seasonal Boat Launch Permit
cost is $35. This permit gives you access
to Lake Winnebago from Brothertown
Harbor, Calumet County Park Harbor and
Stockbridge Harbor. Ask us about our
multi-county launch permit!
Boaters may stay on their boats overnight
in Stockbridge Harbor only. The overnight
docks are along the north bulkhead. The
fee is $10.00/night without electricity or
$12.00/night with electricity. No long
term docking is available. Each unit must
register and pay docking fees in advance at
the self-registration station. Each docking
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No size limit with a
permit includes one electrical hook up per
unit. Only one boat per slip is permitted.
Boats staying overnight are permitted to
park one vehicle overnight in the designated
parking area. Reservations are not taken for
the slips. A self-registering docking permit
must be displayed at corresponding dock
sites during entire stay whether the boat is
docked or not. The maximum stay is three
consecutive nights and then the boat must
be gone for a minimum of three consecutive
nights. Check out time is 11 a.m.
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Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert (St. John)
10:00am-1:00pm (Wed-Fri); 10:00am-3:00pm
(Sat-Sun); Open Memorial Day
Saturday, May 7
Camp Forest May Fest
Camp Forest, Forest Junction
(Hwy 10, just east of Hwy 32/57), 9:00am-3:00pm
Arts and crafts, food, and free fun for kids – games, face painting,
petting zoo, clowns and May baskets.
it of 2.
Sunday, May 8
Free Mothers on Mother’s Day
Lake Sturgeon
Feb. 13 – Feb. 28
7:00am – 1:00pm
Minimum length of
Spring Baby Farm Animal Tours
Spring comes to life at the farm. Baby animals all over the place!
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May 7 – March
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Minimum length of
May 1-30
Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert (St. John)
10:00am-3:00pm
One mom free per paid general admission on Mother’s Day. Cuddle
with all sorts of baby animals at the farm.
r license.
Friday & Saturday, May 13-14
City-Wide Annual Rummage Sale
New Holstein
Have items you want to buy or sell? Be part of the city-wide
rummage sale.
Saturday, May 14
Big Cup Golf Tournament
Braun’s Deer Run Golf Course, Brillion, 10:00am
3-person golf tournament, best ball. Skins, meal, cart and door
prizes included. Pre-registration required (920-875-0544).
Thursday, May 19
Farm Flavors Dinner
Meuer Farm, Chilton (Brothertown)
5:00pm-8:00pm
A guest chef will be cooking a meal at Meuer Farm, which will include
ingredients from the farm. After dinner, enjoy a fun, farm activity.
Friday & Saturday, May 20-21
Stockbridge Community-Wide Rummage Sales
Village of Stockbridge, 7:00am-4:00pm
Reduce, reuse and recycle. Promote green living by shopping at this
community-wide rummage sale.
Rippn-Lips
Tackle Co.
The East Shore of Lake Winnebago’s ONLY
Full Service Bait, Tackle & Outdoors Store
We carry a large selection of live bait, custom painted lures,
rods/reels, hunting/camping gear and everything in between.
Sturgeon Spearing Headquarters
with spears, decoys, gaffs, gifts and more!
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Saturday, May 21
Dundas 2 of a Kind Testicle Festival
2 of a Kind Bar, Kaukauna (Dundas)
Enjoy live music, exotic food and good times at the Dundas Testicle
Festival.
Sunday, May 22
Wisconsin Micro-Brewers Beerfest
Calumet County Fairgrounds, Chilton, 1:00pm6:00pm
Head to Chilton to taste the best beer around! 30 breweries and 180
beers on tap. Must buy tickets before the event date. Call 920-8492534 for tickets.
Monday, May 30
Brillion Memorial Day Parade & Memorial Service
Main Street, Brillion, 9:00am
Parade starts downtown and ends at Veterans Memorial Site with
a memorial service.
Monday, May 30
Chilton Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony
Starts at Chilton City Hall and ends at Hillside
Cemetery, 9:00am
The parade proceeds from City Hall north on Madison Street to
Hillside Cemetery. Ceremony follows.
June
Friendly Knowledgeable Staff
Ammunition & Hunting Gear
Line Spooling & Rod Repair
Ice Fishing & Sturgeon Spearing Headquarters
Shirts, Gifts, Souvenirs and so much more!
Monday - Friday 6am-6pm
Saturday 5am-5pm; Sunday 5am-2pm
106 S. Military Road in the Stockbridge Square Mini Mall • 920-981-4023
www.Rippn-Lips.com
Fridays, April – October
On Farm Pizza Night
GrassWay Organics Farm, New Holstein
5:00pm-8:00pm
Indulge on wood fired pizzas that use farm fresh ingredients.
Questions, call (920) 894-4201.
Cave tours are scheduled most weekends at 1:00pm at Ledge
View Nature Center in Chilton. Learn the geology, biology and human
history of the caves. Check the calendar at www.travelcalumet.com
for tour dates and call 920-849-7094 for reservations.
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Nestled between Lake Michigan and Lake Winnebago,
Brillion is a great place to live, work, learn and play.
Being centrally located 25 miles from Appleton, Green
Bay and Manitowoc, makes Brillion a great location for a
day trip or a weekend visit. Come fish the 6 nearby lakes;
enjoy a round of golf at Deer Run Golf Course, bike the
Friendship Trail, hike or snowshoe at the Brillion Nature
Center or trail ride at the ATV Park. Brillion offers endless
opportunities for your vacation destination!
Enjoy the great outdoors and stick
around for our restaurants, hotel,
shops and other great businesses!
Come to Play...Stay for the Day!
www.ci.brillion.wi.us
www.brillionchamber.com
City of Brillion: 920.756.2250
Chamber of Commerce: 920.875.0125
Nestled in a quiet
unique community,
and still within
Nestled in a quiet,
minutes
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unique
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major
business
still
within
minutes
of all
major
business
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shopping.
and shopping.
• Indoor Pool/Whirlpool
• Luxury Jacuzzi Rooms
• High-Speed Internet
Business Center
• Indoor• Pool/Whirlpool
• Guest
Laundry
• Luxury
Jacuzzi
Rooms
• Free Continental
Breakfast
• High-Speed
Internet
FROM CHILTON:
AppletonCHILTON:
– 30 min.
FROM
• Business Center
Green Bay – 30 min.
Manitowoc
min.
Appleton ––30 30
min.
Fond du Lac – 25 min.
Green Bay ––30 30
min.
Sheboygan
min.
Oshkosh – 60 min.
• Guest Laundry
• Free Continental Breakfast
Ranked #1 in Chilton
Manitowoc – 30 min.
du Lac –
BEST WESTERN STANTON INNFond
Sheboygan –
25 min.
30 min.
1101 East Chestnut Street • Chilton, WI 53014 • Phone: (920) 849-3600 • Fax: (920) 849-3117
BEST WESTERN HOTELS ARE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
Toll-free:
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1-866-855-5216
On-line:
Oshkosh – 60 min.
www.stantoninn.com
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Saturdays & Sundays, May-October
Timm House (1600 Wisconsin St.) & Pioneer
Corner Museum (2103 Main St.), New Holstein
1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The Timm House, a restored Victorian Mansion (circa 1900) and the
Pioneer Corner Museum with 3 galleries of history will be open for viewing.
Sundays, June-September
HOTELS & MOTELS
Best Western Stanton Inn, The
see ad on page 14
(920) 849-3600
1101 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
Cobblestone Inn & Suites
(920) 756-3800
800 W. Ryan Street, Brillion
Lakeview Motel
(920) 439-1130
N4111 Highway 55, Chilton (south of Stockbridge)
High Cliff Resort Suites
(920) 989-2111
W5075 Golf Course Road, Sherwood
Starlite Motel
(920) 898-4265
1321 Milwaukee Drive, New Holstein
Thunderbird Motel
see ad on page 15
(920) 849-4216
121 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
CAMPING
Boerger’s Lakeview Campground
(920) 439-1495
N4475 Ledge Road, Chilton
Calumet County Park
(920) 439-1008
N6150 County Road EE, Hilbert (Located north
of Stockbridge off of Highway 55)
High Cliff State Park
(920) 989-1106
N7630 State Park Road, Sherwood
RENTALS
Calumet County Historical Society Museum
1 mile south of Chilton on Irish Rd just off Hwy
32/57, 1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The museum features two buildings filled with articles from around
Calumet County that hard working people used every day to make
life just a little easier. Free admission.
June 1-August 31
Country Breeze Farm Tours
Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert (St. John)
10:00am-3:00pm (Tuesday-Sunday)
Located on the Niagara Escarpment, you’ll enjoy cool summer
breezes at the farm and a hands-on guided tour of the farm.
Saturday & Sunday, June 4-5
High Cliff State Park Open
House & Free Fishing Weekend
High Cliff State Park, Sherwood
Visit the park for free and check out their facilities. It is also statewide
“Free Fishing Weekend.”
Saturday, June 4
Stockbridge Sportsman Vendor Fair and
Swap Meet
Don & Audrey “Close to Everything”
(920) 894-7545
N192 County Road J, Elkhart Lake
Growe’s Green House
(920) 898-9707
1729 Monroe Street, New Holstein
Meyer’s Farm House
(920) 894-3231
N460 County Road A, New Holstein
Schwarz’s Guesthouse
(920) 894-7850
N102 County Road A, New Holstein (in St. Anna)
The Chilton House
(414) 535-8207
405 N. Madison Street, Chilton
Saturday, June 4
The Twilight
(920) 379-2440
N4103 Twilight Beach Road, Chilton (south of Stockbridge)
Meuer Farm, Chilton (Brothertown)
Stockbridge Firemen-Legion Park, Stockbridge
8:00am
Sportsman vendor fair and swap meet sponsored by
Rippn Lips Tackle. Contact Dennis at 920-981-4023 to
be a vendor.
Art on the Farm
10:00am-4:00pm
Stop by the farm and see artists at work. The farm’s walking trails
will also be open.
Saturday, June 4
Stockbridge Walleye Tournament
Stockbridge Firemen-Legion Park, Stockbridge
11:00am-11:00pm
Lake Winnebago tournament then after the tournament head to
the park for awards, food and entertainment.
Friday, June 10
Brillion Historical Society Pie Social
Lawn of Calumet County Bank, Brillion
Prior to start of electric parade at 9:00pm
Come enjoy homemade pie and ice cream.
Friday, June 10
Brillion Optimist Electric Parade
Main Street, Brillion, 9:00pm
This event lights up the night as the parade goes down Main Street
at night. See floats lit up with hundreds of lights!
Saturday, June 11
BrillionFest
Peters Park, Brillion, Events all day long
A weekend long festival with many activities. Live music, kid’s
games, co-ed volleyball, softball tourney and much more for
families to enjoy.
Saturday, June 11
Brillion Historical Society Open House
Brillion Historical House & Museum, Brillion
9:00am-12:00pm
The Brillion Historical Society will host an open house to tour the
museum. View the historic Green Hotel and find out about local history.
Thursday, June 16 – Sunday, June 19
Chilton Summer Festival
Various locations around Chilton
Events all day long
This four-day festival with city-wide rummage sale, street dance,
kid’s games, parade and plenty of activities for everyone in the
family to enjoy.
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Calumet County invites you to
explore its very own piece of an
international geologic landform.
The Niagara Escarpment spans the middle of the
North American continent, connecting countries,
as it stretches from Wisconsin through parts of
Canada to Niagara Falls in the State of New
York. Locally, it is often known as “the Ledge.”
NIAGARA
ESCARPMENT
It’s towering, and sometimes jagged cliffs
create a distinctive and beloved landscape
in Northeast Wisconsin, especially here in
Calumet County.
The Ledge is made of rock that was originally deposited as sediment on an ancient salt
water sea floor that existed about 420 million years ago. The present-day cliffs were
formed by millions of years of weathering
and erosion, and enhanced by the actions
of glaciers during the last ice age.
In Wisconsin, the Niagara Escarpment
spans a distance of more than 230 miles
and reaches from Waukesha County to the
Door County Peninsula. It runs through the
counties of Door, Kewaunee, Brown, Manitowoc, Calumet, Fond du Lac, Dodge and
Waukesha. Internationally, the Niagara Escarpment is more than 650 miles long with
hundreds of rare species and natural communities along it.
Calumet County offers many opportunities
to view the Niagara Escarpment. High Cliff
State Park in Sherwood, Calumet County
Park in Stockbridge and Ledge View Nature
Center in Chilton all have visible outcroppings of the Ledge with ample opportunities
to view the landform hands on!
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The Niagara Escarpment reaches its highest
point at High Cliff State Park. The Wisconsin Department of Tourism has identified
High Cliff State Park and the Niagara Escarpment as one of Wisconsin’s 7 Natural
Wonders. The cliff reaches 896 feet above
sea level and gives panoramic views of Lake
Winnebago and the surrounding counties
on a clear day. The state park also offers
a campground with a disability-friendly
cabin, miles of trails including a horse trail
and a 40-foot observation tower all atop the
Ledge. A marina with a harbor is available
as well as a small swimming area.
Calumet County Park is situated along the
shores of Lake Winnebago with the Niagara
Escarpment nestled behind it. Located at
the site of an old brick-making company
that used rock from the ledge, Calumet
County Park has miles of trails that comb
the Niagara Escarpment as well as a huge
tubing hill that is used in the winter. A harbor is located in the park along with campsites right along the lakeshore!
The Niagara Escarpment isn’t just on the
shores of Lake Winnebago; it’s also rooted
in central Calumet County, specifically at
Ledge View Nature Center. The nature center offers visitors miles of trails with scenic
outcroppings of the Ledge. If you’ve ever
wondered what the Niagara Escarpment
looks like underground, then check out the
caves at Ledge View Nature Center! The
caves give you a peek at what goes on below the ground.
Driving through Calumet County will also
give you a glimpse of the Niagara Escarpment. The rolling farm fields and hilly roads
along the drive confirm that the Niagara Escarpment is embedded deep in the county.
The Ledge, coupled with Lake Winnebago,
gives breathtaking views of land and water.
Make sure to stop at the State Highway 55
Thursday, July 7
Dinner on the Farm
Sunrise Valley Organics Farm, 6:00pm
Join the Village Hearthstone at a local farm for a dinner made with
ingredients right from the source. Call 920-853-3013 for tickets.
Thursday, July 7-Sunday, July 10
New Holstein Firemen’s Picnic
Civic Park, New Holstein
Times vary each day
Thursday night is family night and live music Friday night, Saturday
night and Sunday afternoon. Saturday night is the largest fireworks
display north of Milwaukee. A huge parade begins at 11am on Sunday
followed by a chicken dinner. Also available all weekend are carnival
rides, food and beverages.
Saturday, July 9
Brillion Historical Society Open House
Brillion Historical House & Museum, Brillion
9:00am-12:00pm
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museum. View the historic Green Hotel and find out about local history.
Saturday & Sunday, July 16-17
Stockbridge Picnic & Parade
Stockbridge Firemen-Legion Park, Stockbridge
Saturday festivities begin at 4:00pm;
Sunday parade at 11:00am.
Games, food, beverages and music. Outdoor mass on Saturday and
parade Sunday followed by a chicken dinner.
Thursday, July 21
Farm Flavors Dinner
Meuer Farm, Chilton (Brothertown)
5:00pm-8:00pm
and US Highway 151 lookout area to take
some pictures of Calumet County’s geologic
treasure!
CAVE CRAWLING
Try something new—something
down, and dirty! Go caving!
cool,
You can experience it at Ledge View Nature
Center, south of Chilton. Call (920)849-7094
for tour dates/times and reservations.
Carolyn’s Caverns is a walk-through cave
with the excitement of optional crawl passages. Bring a flashlight to explore the awesome world underground during the twohour tour.
It may be hard to believe, but this cave system was a plugged-up sinkhole when it was
discovered in 1986, filled with many tons of
sand and gravel from glacial melt waters.
Over the years, volunteers found the cave
and passages by excavating. Even today
the caves continue to be dug out, mostly by
members of the Wisconsin Speleological
Society, Wisconsin’s caving club.
In this natural dolostone cave, you will find
only a few stalactites and flowstone, thanks
to the abrading action of the glacial melt
water. But the adventure of discovery is
around every corner, as the naturalist in-
vites the kids, and the kids at heart, to explore passages, learn about Wisconsin’s geology, or enjoy the musical acoustics under
a sparkling ceiling.
With a depth of almost four stories, Dave’s
Sink is the deepest point in Carolyn’s Caverns. The bowl-shaped ceiling shows the
effect of swirling water pouring from a glacial-era underground waterfall. The cave
had its origins back before the last glacial
maximum, more than 18,000 years ago.
Accessed via two stairs, a ladder, and
through a metal door, the cave varies in
temperature, from 32°F in winter, when it’s
closed to protect hibernating bats, to the
high 50°F in July. Though a sleeping bat
may be seen on spring and fall tours, summer wildlife in the cave is scarce.
Mothers Cave is for the most adventurous! It
involves plenty of belly crawling, with a ceiling height from 11 inches to a whopping 24
inches. This keeps a visitor down and dirty
until the exit, a wiggle through the challenging “Squeeze”. A little bit of rock climbing
then brings the green world of the forest into
view.
A cave tour is offered most weekends May
through November, and many weekdays in
summer. It’s a cool place to be on a hot day!
A guest chef will be cooking a meal at Meuer Farm, which will include
ingredients from the farm. After dinner, enjoy a fun, farm activity.
Sunday, July 24
Airport Day
New Holstein Municipal Airport, New Holstein
7:00am-3:00pm
Fly-in breakfast from 7-11:30am followed by a full variety food court.
Helicopter rides, barrel train rides, kid activities and D.J. music. FREE
airplane rides and certification for kids (age 8-17) from 8am-Noon.
Friday, July 29
Night on the Town
Civic Park, New Holstein, 5:00pm-8:30pm
Annual community-wide celebration featuring German-style food
offering and refreshments along with music in the park shelter.
August
Fridays, April – October
On Farm Pizza Night
GrassWay Organics Farm, New Holstein
5:00pm-8:00pm
Indulge on wood fired pizzas that use farm fresh ingredients.
Questions, call (920) 894-4201.
Cave tours are scheduled most weekends at 1:00pm at Ledge
View Nature Center in Chilton. Learn the geology, biology and human
history of the caves. Check the calendar at www.travelcalumet.com
for tour dates and call 920-849-7094 for reservations.
Saturdays & Sundays, May-October
Timm House (1600 Wisconsin St.) & Pioneer
Corner Museum (2103 Main St.), New Holstein
1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The Timm House, a restored Victorian Mansion (circa 1900) and the
Pioneer Corner Museum with 3 galleries of history will be open for viewing.
Sundays, June-September
Calumet County Historical Society Museum
1 mile south of Chilton on Irish Rd just off Hwy
32/57
1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The museum features two buildings filled with articles from around
Calumet County that hard working people used every day to make
life just a little easier. Free admission.
June 1-August 31
Country Breeze Farm Tours
Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert (St. John)
10:00am-3:00pm (Tuesday-Sunday)
Located on the Niagara Escarpment, you’ll enjoy cool
summer breezes at the farm and a hands-on guided tour of
the farm.
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Take time to browse.
You’re sure not to
leave empty handed!
Old Oak Shop
Schroth Brillion Floral & Gifts
N3271 Hwy 57, New Holstein, (920)849-2444
www.oldoakshop.com
119 S. Main Street, Brillion, (920)756-2921
www.schrothbrillionfloral.com
The Plaid Squirrel
Gallery & Gifts (seasonal)
JEWELRY
N1866 STH 151, Chilton (Brothertown),
(920)627-3010
www.theplaidsquirrel.com
See our ad on page 23
11 E. Main Street, Chilton, (920)849-7370
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If your idea of shopping is going to the
mall, then sorry, you’ll need to go to one of
our neighboring counties for that. Here in
Calumet County, you’ll find unique, locallyowned shops scattered across the countryside and in our charming communities.
Whether you’re shopping for yourself or for
someone special, Calumet County has what
you want, need and deserve!
ANTIQUES
Hilbert Art & Antiques, LLC.
614 W. Main Street, Hilbert, (920)462-0909
www.hilbertartandantiquesllc.com
See our ad on page 23
ARTISAN
Bleating Heart Haven Farm
& Gallery
W1993 Thede Road, New Holstein
(920)286-0971
www.bleatinghearthaven.com
kreative knotts
210 N. Main Street, Brillion, (920)464-2221
www.kreativeknotts.com
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Braun Maguire Jewelry
THRIFT
Hidden Treasures
361 S. Main Street, Brillion, (920)524-2000
1919 E. Calumet Street, Appleton
(920)243-4014, www.yeoldgoat.com
New Holstein Christian Center
Thrift Store
CLOTHING
2245 Calumet Drive, New Holstein,
(920)898-4567
503 N. Madison Street, Chilton
(920)849-4716
St. Vincent De Paul Hope Chest
Schmidt’s Clothing & Gifts
HOME AND GARDEN
Brilliont Blooms
562 W. Ryan Street
Brillion, (920)756-3939
www.brilliontblooms.com
Floral Studio 1796
2126 Wisconsin Avenue
New Holstein, (920)898-5660
www.floralstudio1796.com
463 S. 8th Street, Hilbert
(920)853-3449
St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store
1234 Teckla Place, Kiel
(920)894-7834
Shepherd’s Attic
10 W. Main Street, Chilton
(920)894-7834
Honeymoon Acres
2800 Ford Drive, New Holstein
(920)898-4490, www.honeymoonacres.com
Just for You Flowers & Gifts
1108 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
(920)849-9521
www.justforyouflowerswi.com
Seasons by Design
2605 Ford Drive, New Holstein
102 Southside Shopping Center, Chilton
(920)898-9081
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Saturday, August 6
Art in the Prairie
Brillion Nature Center, Brillion
11:00am-3:00pm
Observe regional artists as they create art from a wide variety of
genres. Many make and take, hands-on opportunities.
Saturday & Sunday, August 6-7
St. John/Sacred Heart Parish Car Show & Picnic
St. John/Sacred Heart School, Sherwood
Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm; Sunday 10:00am11:00pm
Outdoor mass Saturday and Sunday. Food, families and fun for all!
Sunday, August 7
Escarpment Bicycle Tour
Ledge View Nature Center, Chilton
This annual ride features routes from 8-100 miles that bikers of all
abilities can choose from. Ride your pre-registered bike and check
out the scenic landscape.
Wednesday, August 10
German-American Heritage Festival
Stockbridge Firemen-Legion Park, Stockbridge
4:00pm-9:00pm
Celebrate German-American heritage with excellent food,
beverages and entertainment by the Jerry Schneider Band.
Saturday, August 13
Brillion Historical Society Open House
Brillion Historical House & Museum,
Brillion, 9:00am-12:00pm
The Brillion Historical Society will host an open house to tour the
museum. View the historic Green Hotel and find out about local history.
Saturday & Sunday, August 13-14
Steam & Gas Engine Show
Calumet County Fairgrounds, Chilton
10:00am-4:00pm
Check out antique farm machinery at this show. This year featuring
John Deere tractors and equipment! Also, a model steam engine
display, toy show, and flea market.
Thursday, August 18
Farm Flavors Dinner
614 W Main Street, Hilbert
920-462-0909
Hours: Fri-Sun 10-5
A truly unique place to find antiques,
rare collectibles, original paintings by
local artist Daniel W Green
and so much more!
This shop offers a wonderful
mercantile feeling and a
professional art gallery
all in one place.
Hilbert Art & Antiques llc
Daniel W Green Art Gallery
Meuer Farm, Chilton (Brothertown)
5:00pm-8:00pm
A guest chef will be cooking a meal at Meuer Farm, which will include
ingredients from the farm. After dinner, enjoy a fun, farm activity.
Friday & Saturday, August 19-20
Voices of Peace Gospel Music Fest
Hilbert Civic Park, Hilbert
Friday 1:00pm-9:00pm;
Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm
One of the largest gospel music festivals around! Bring your lawn chairs,
bring your family, and be ready for a wonderful, spirit-filled weekend.
Saturday, August 20
Cheesehead Run 5K, Half Marathon & Half
Marathon Relay
Village Hearthstone Restaurant, Hilbert
7:15am
Come run in the “Cheeziest Race in the World”! The course traces the
countryside of the small Village of Hilbert. Fun themed costumes,
unique awards and amazing gourmet finish line feast.
Sunday, August 21
New Holstein Kiwanis Arts & Crafts Fair and
Pancake Breakfast
Civic Park, New Holstein
9:00am-3:00pm
Original artwork and crafts for sale. The event includes a pancake
breakfast followed by a free corn roast at noon.
Sunday, August 28
Fling in the Forest Disc Golf Tournament
Freitag Memorial Park, Forest Junction
9:15am-3:00pm
27-hole recreational tournament. Event runs with the Forest
Junction Corn Roast and Picnic.
Sunday, August 28
Forest Junction Car and Motorcycle Show
www.HilbertArtAndAntiquesLLC.com
www.DanielWGreen.com
Freitag Memorial Park, Forest Junction
Registration: 9:30am-11:30am;
Show: Noon-2:30pm; Awards: 3:30pm
Open to any car or motorcycle. Event runs with the Forest
Junction Corn Roast and Picnic.
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We’ve got family fun
covered all year round!
These attractions are sure to please the entire family. Please see the ‘Parks and Trails’
section on pages 18-19 for even more places
to visit. If you’d like a complete listing of all
the places for family fun in Calumet County,
please request a free copy of the Calumet
County Adventure Map through the ‘Contact
Us’ page of travelcalumet.com.
Braun’s Deer Run Golf Course
& Restaurant
912 Fairway Drive, Brillion, (920)875-0544
See our ad on page 25
Located on the snowmobile trail. Enjoy a
variety of winter activities for FREE, weather permitting. Activities include sledding,
cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice
skating. Bring your own equipment. Open
daily from 8am-10pm. Lighted at night.
Chilton Cinema
26 N. Madison Street, Chilton, (920)849-9565
www.getreelcinemas.com
Watch a first-run movie at bargain prices.
Chilton Twilight Outdoor Cinema
1255 E. Chestnut Street, Chilton
(920)883-7275, www.getreelcinemas.com
Enjoy a double feature of first run movies
under the stars. Movies start at dark.
Evergreen Valley Fish Farm
W1551 County Road E, Chilton
(920)849-4488 or (920)464-0375
Everyone catches a fish here! Reel in a
perch or bluegill from one of the three manmade ponds on the farm. No fishing license
needed. Open by appointment only.
Heritage Orchard
N2963 Lake Shore Dr., Chilton
(920)849-2158, www.heritageorchard.net
See our ad on page 32
Open during the fall and known for their
award-winning cider! They grow twenty different varieties of apples each year along
with pumpkins for picking.
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Sunday, August 28
Forest Junction Corn Roast
and Picnic
Freitag Memorial Park,
Forest Junction
11:00am-4:00pm
Car and motorcycle show, disc golf tournament, food, music and
raffle prizes.
September
Fridays, April – October
On Farm Pizza Night
GrassWay Organics Farm, New Holstein
5:00pm-8:00pm
Indulge on wood fired pizzas that use farm fresh ingredients.
Questions, call (920) 894-4201.
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Cave tours are scheduled most weekends at 1:00pm at Ledge
View Nature Center in Chilton. Learn the geology, biology and human
history of the caves. Check the calendar at www.travelcalumet.com
for tour dates and call 920-849-7094 for reservations.
Saturdays & Sundays, May-October
Timm House (1600 Wisconsin St.) & Pioneer
Corner Museum (2103 Main St.), New Holstein
1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The Timm House, a restored Victorian Mansion (circa 1900) and the
Pioneer Corner Museum with 3 galleries of history will be open for viewing.
Sundays, June-September
Calumet County Historical Society Museum
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1 mile south of Chilton on Irish Rd just off Hwy
32/57, 1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The museum features two buildings filled with articles from around
Calumet County that hard working people used every day to make
life just a little easier. Free admission.
Friday, September 2Monday, September 5
Calumet County Fair
Calumet County Fair Grounds,
Chilton
Noon on Friday until Monday
afternoon
The Littlest Big Fair in Wisconsin!
Fair by day, festival by night.
Friday, September 9Sunday, November 6
Meuer Farm Corn Maze
Meuer Farm, Chilton
(Brothertown)
Check meuerfarm.com for times
A Course for
All Seasons!
See if you can make it through this 10-acre maze! Hayrides,
pumpkin patch, activity area and food.
Saturday, September 10
Brillion Historical Society Open House
Brillion Historical House & Museum, Brillion
9:00am-12:00pm
The Brillion Historical Society will host an open house to tour the
museum. View the historic Green Hotel and find out about local history.
Saturday, September 10
Crafty Apple Fest
Calumet County Highway Building, Chilton
9:00am-4:00pm
Apple items-apple dishes, apple desserts, even an apple/pumpkin
brew! Over 100 craft and food booths, pumpkin bowling, live music,
and kid’s events.
Sunday, September 11
9 Holes with Cart $11
Friday Fish Fry — Daily Specials
Serving Food Daily 11am – 8pm
Sunday Breakfast Buffet 9am – 1pm
New Expanded Menu
Open Year Round
FREE Winter Sledding,
Cross Country Skiing, Ice Skating
& Snowmobile Trail to Clubhouse
912 Fairway Drive, Brillion • 875-0544 • See Us On Facebook
Grandparents Day at Mulberry Lane Farm
Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert (St. John)
10:00am-3:00pm
You’ll have the opportunity to share your childhood memories of
milking cows, driving tractors, morning chores and more as you
tour the farm and interact with the farm animals. One Grandparent
FREE per full paid general admission.
Thursday, September 15
Farm Flavors Dinner
Meuer Farm, Chilton (Brothertown)
5:00pm-8:00pm
A guest chef will be cooking a meal at Meuer Farm, which will
include ingredients from the farm. After dinner, enjoy a fun,
farm activity.
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Meuer Farm
Wanick Choute Park
N2564 State Hwy 151, Chilton, (920)418-2676
www.meuerfarm.com
From spring to fall this farm has it all! Spring
is maple syrup season, and visitors are welcome to stop by to see how it’s made. Summer means strawberries at Meuer Farm.
Pick and eat these juicy red berries when
the season hits. Hayrides and activity area
open summer and fall. In fall, it’s corn maze
time so get lost on purpose! The pumpkin
patch will also be open for picking.
W4690 Castle Drive, Sherwood
(920)989-1589
www.villageofsherwood.org
A 34-acre park that features a state-of-theart splash pad, a sledding hill, skating rink
and warming house. The park is open from
9am-10pm and has lighting for evening fun!
All
MulberrySmiles at
Lane Farm
Mulberry Lane Petting Farm
W3190 County Road B, Hilbert
(920)989-3130
www.mulberrylanefarmwi.com
See our ad on page 27
An original farm experience to all who visit.
There are plenty of animals to pet, pumpkins to be picked, cows to be milked, and
hayrides to be ridden at this petting farm!
Open May 1-Oct. 31.
Polly’s Pumpkin Patch
N4367 Hwy 57, Chilton, (920)849-4819
www.pollyspumpkinpatch.com
Pick out that perfect pumpkin in fall at Polly’s Pumpkin Patch! Polly’s grows thousands
of pumpkins each year that are different colors and shapes. No two pumpkins are the
same! There are more than just pumpkins
at Polly’s. Be sure to test your skills at the
15-acre corn maze and activity area or enjoy
a hayride out to the pumpkin patch.
New Holstein Aquatic Center
1718 Madison Street, New Holstein
(920)898-1373 summer,
(920)898-5766 off season
www.ci.newholstein.wi.gov
See our ad on page 27
Water slides, play areas, and a wading pool
are a few of the amenities this outdoor
aquatic center offers.
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Friday & Saturday, September 16-17
New Holstein City-Wide Fall Rummage Sale
New Holstein
Have items you want to buy or sell? Be part of the fall city-wide
rummage sale.
Friday & Saturday,
September 16-17
Camp Forest Fall Fest
ADMIT ONE
FREE
With 2 Paid General Admissions
• Guided Tours
• Catch a Chicken
• Milk a Cow
• Kiss a Pig
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Camp Forest (Hwy 10),
Forest Junction
Friday-Noon to 8:00pm
(Fish Fry 4:00pm to
8:0 0pm)-Saturday9:00am to 3:00pm
Stroll through historic Camp Forest
and shop a wide range of crafts.
Fish fry on Friday.
September 16-October 31
Pumpkin Harvest Celebration
Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert (St. John)
10:00am-3:00pm (Mon-Fri);
9:30am-4:00pm (Sat-Sun)
Celebrate the Pumpkin Harvest. Pick your own FREE pumpkin with
paid General Admission.
Saturday, September 17
Cruise-In & Dine Car Show
Village Hearthstone Restaurant, Hilbert
4:00pm-9:00pm
Get out your polish and make your baby pretty! Classic cars,
sports cars, hot rods, corvettes, and more. Dinner reservations
encouraged (920-853-3013).
Sunday, September 18
Fly-In/Drive-In
New Holstein, Municipal Airport, New Holstein
8:00am-2:00pm
See planes and automobiles show their stuff at this car and airplane
show. Start the day with a pancake breakfast followed by lunch and
music. Airplane rides also available.
Saturday, September 24
Big Cup Golf Tournament
Braun’s Deer Run Golf Course, Brillion, 10:00am
Discover New Holstein
Enjoy a walk through our prairie.
Each season offers a unique look, wildlife and color.
Come visit the New Holstein Municipal Airport. See the different planes that land in
New Holstein during AirVenture Oshkosh in July.
Make a splash at the Aquatic Center on those hot summer days. Take a trip down
one of our 3 water slides or relax poolside while the kids play.
This summer, make memories with your family and friends
while enjoying all that New Holstein has to offer.
3-person golf tournament, best ball. Skins, meal, cart and door
prizes included. Pre-registration required (920-875-0544).
October
Fridays, April – October
On Farm Pizza Night
GrassWay Organics Farm, New Holstein
5:00pm-8:00pm
Indulge on wood fired pizzas that use farm fresh ingredients.
Questions, call (920) 894-4201.
Cave tours are scheduled most weekends at 1:00pm at Ledge
View Nature Center in Chilton. Learn the geology, biology and human
history of the caves. Check the calendar at www.travelcalumet.com
for tour dates and call 920-849-7094 for reservations.
Saturdays & Sundays, May-October
Timm House (1600 Wisconsin St.) & Pioneer
Corner Museum (2103 Main St.), New Holstein
1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment
The Timm House, a restored Victorian Mansion (circa 1900) and the
Pioneer Corner Museum with 3 galleries of history will be open for viewing.
Friday, September 9-Sunday, November 6
Meuer Farm Corn Maze
Meuer Farm, Chilton (Brothertown)
Check meuerfarm.com for times
See if you can make it through this 10-acre maze! Hayrides,
pumpkin patch, activity area and food.
September 16-October 31
Pumpkin Harvest Celebration
Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert (St. John)
10:00am-3:00pm (Mon-Fri);
9:30am-4:00pm (Sat-Sun)
Celebrate the Pumpkin Harvest. Pick your own FREE pumpkin with
paid General Admission.
2110 Washington Street, New Holstein
For more information on these or other
activities in New Holstein visit us online at
ci.new-holstein.wi.us or call 920-898-5766.
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Sunday, October 2
The barn quilt, typically an 8 foot by 8 foot
representation of a quilt square painted on
plywood and hung on a barn, has made its
way to the rural landscape of Calumet County. These pieces of art cause us to pause, take
notice of the surrounding beauty and reflect
on the cultural contribution that agriculture
has made to the area. We invite you to drive
our rural roads and visit our barn quilts.
These quilts were done through the Calumet
County Barn Quilt Program, which utilizes
community volunteers and donors. The program is young and growing so we hope you
come back again year after year to see the
changes. Go to www.travelcalumet.com for
a current list of locations. The locations of
the installed barn quilts are on the Calumet
County Map on pages 16-17.
Installed Barn Quilts
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Odd Fellow’s Chain
N9149 Long Lake Road, Brillion
Pins in Motion
429 Fairway Drive, Brillion
3.Sunburst
N5564 West River Road, Hilbert
4. Brown-Eyed Susan
628 Cottonwood Road, Brillion
5. Stacked Stars
1601 Cottonwood Road, Brillion
6. Farmer’s Daughter
8620 State Road 67, Kiel
7. Four and Twenty Blackbirds
N2818 Hwy 57, New Holstein
8. Our Country
N1691 S. Washington Road, Chilton
9. Starry Path 2
N5204 McHugh Road, Chilton
10. Union Square Variation
W2843 Killsnake Road, Chilton
11. Crow’s Beak
W2537 Crosstown Road, Hilbert
12. Friendship Star
W3826 Crosstown Road, Hilbert
Stockbridge OctoberFAST
Stockbridge Firemen-Legion Park, Stockbridge
9:00am
5K fun run/walk sponsored by the Stockbridge PTO.
Friday, October 7–
Sunday, October 9
Rural Arts Roadtrip:
Fine Art, Food & Fun
Various locations throughout
Calumet County
Friday & Saturday
9:00am-5:00pm;
Sunday 10:00am-3:00pm
A self-guided roadtrip on rural roads and
through scenic small towns to see artists
at work in their studios. Enjoy adventures
from hayrides to corn mazes and savor
delectable local foods.
Friday, October 7-Sunday, October 9
Mid-Shores HBA 2016 Parade of Homes
Various sites around Calumet County
Friday 4:00pm-8:00pm; Saturday 10:00am5:00pm; Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm
Begin to visualize your dream home at this event. Whether you’re
searching for ideas for your two-story or ranch home, lakeshore
property or looking to update a room, your search starts here!
Thursday, October 13
Beer Dinner
Village Hearthstone Restaurant, Hilbert
6:00pm
Farm-focused multi-course feast matched to beer. Call 920-8533013 for tickets.
Fridays and Saturdays, October 14-29
Haunted Halloween Golf Cart Rides
Hickory Hills Country Club, Chilton
6:30pm-9:30pm
Take a spooky chauffeured limo golf cart ride throughout the
haunted property of Hickory Hills Country Club.
Saturday, October 15
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5:00pm-8:30pm
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viewer voting and a prize to the winning light pole decorator. Event
held in conjunction with the Pumpkin Walk.
Saturday, October 15
Pumpkin Walk
Brillion Nature Center, Brillion
6:30pm-9:00pm
The Nature Center’s stroller-friendly Cottonwood Trail will be lined
with hundreds of lit jack-o-lanterns carved by local school children
during this family-friendly Halloween event.
Friday & Saturday, October 21-22
Halloween Candlelight Cave Tours
Ledge View Nature Center, Chilton
Friday 5:30pm; Saturday 4:30pm
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New Attitudes Dance Company
2244 Calumet Dr. • New Holstein • 920-286-3455
Petite Pirouettes • Ballet
Pointe • Tap • Jazz
Lyrical • Pom • Zumba Fitness
Modern/Contemporary
Adult Dance Classes Also Available
Share a family-oriented evening visiting Ledge View’s trails and
caves by candlelight, and meet some unusual personalities with
strange stories. Educational rather than scary.
November
Cave tours are scheduled most weekends at 1:00pm at Ledge
View Nature Center in Chilton. Learn the geology, biology and human
history of the caves. Check the calendar at www.travelcalumet.com
for tour dates and call 920-849-7094 for reservations.
Friday, September 9-Sunday, November 6
Meuer Farm Corn Maze
Meuer Farm, Chilton (Brothertown)
Check meuerfarm.com for times
See if you can make it through this 10-acre maze! Hayrides,
pumpkin patch, activity area and food.
Thursday, November 3
Autumn Wine Dinner
Village Hearthstone Restaurant, Hilbert, 6:00pm
Opening
April 6
Celebrate the wine harvest with a multi-course culinary
experience. Call 920-853-3013 for tickets.
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New Holstein, founded in May of 1848, is typical of mid-western rural prairie
communities formed around the railroad freight and passenger stations.
Pioneer Corner Museum
2103 Main Street
The Timm House
1600 Wisconsin Avenue
The Timm House, built in 1873, is one of the
Midwest’s finest remaining “Stick-style” Victorian
Homes. As the recipient of a 1.2 million dollar
refurbishment project completed in 2007, the
Timm House is a resplendent example of
Victorian Era living in a rural Wisconsin
community. The home is open for tours from the
first weekend in May through the last weekend in
October, on Saturdays and Sundays, from 1:00 to
4:00pm. Tours, by appointment, are also
available by calling (920) 898-5746. Special
hours are offered during the month of December
for a yearly themed “Christmas at the Timm
House”. An admission fee is charged.
The Pioneer Corner Museum, located in a building
which served as one of New Holstein’s early
General Stores, houses an extensive collection of
artifacts, displays, and vignettes focused on the
community’s history. A glimpse at late 1800’s
New Holstein may be found in the museum’s Main
Gallery which contains vignettes of period city
businesses as well as a one-room school house.
The South Gallery features, among other exhibits,
the Fenn Button Collection, one of North America’s
finest historical button collections. A variety of
historical tools and equipment are on display in
the North Gallery as is a diorama of late 1800’s
New Holstein. Pioneer Corner Museum, like the
Timm House is open seasonally on Saturdays
and Sundays, from 1:00 to 4:00pm, beginning on
the first weekend in May and running through the
last weekend in October. Special tours are also
available by calling (920) 898-5746. An admission
fee is charged.
Environmental Education and
Outdoor Experiences for All
Check out our upcoming programs and special events at
www.BrillionNatureCenter.net
✓ 6.5 miles of hiking/dog trails
✓ Prairie marsh and woodland habitats
✓ Geocache hidden on site
✓ Room rental available for meetings,
workshops and parties
The New Holstein Historical Society
www.newholsteinhistory.info
920-898-5746
W1135 Deerview Road
Brillion, WI
(920) 756-3591
Also on Facebook at
www.facebook.com/newholsteinhistoricalsociety
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MANUFACTURING
MUNICIPAL/GOVERNMENT
RESTAURANTS/TAVERNS
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920.439.1213
STOCKBRIDGE FIRE DEPT/FIRST RESPONDERS
920.439.1400
BEEF’S TAP
920.418.2043
STOCKBRIDGE ENGINEERING
920.439.1980
STOCKBRIDGE POST OFFICE
920.439.1999
GOBBLER’S KNOB SUPPER CLUB
920.439.1265
FINANCE/INSURANCE
VILLAGE & TOWN OF STOCKBRIDGE
920.439.1700 www.villageofstockbridge.org
920.418.5709 www.townofstockbridge.org
HARBOR BAR & GRILL
920.439.1450
FAMILY INSURANCE CENTER
920.439.1777
STATE BANK OF CHILTON – STOCKBRIDGE OFFICE
920.439.1414
OUTDOOR RECREATION
LAKEVIEW CAMPGROUND
920.439.1495
WINNEBAGO EASTSHORE
CONSERVATION CLUB
920.439.1446
CONSTRUCTION/CONTRACTORS
J & E CONSTRUCTION
920.439.1555
KARLS MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS
920.849.2050
LUCHTERHAND BUILDERS
920.585.0214
MIKE’S ELECTRIC
920.849.9401
ENERGY/UTILITIES
PARSONS BROS. CONSTRUCTION
920.439-1914
ADVANCED FUEL SERVICES
920.439.1226
SCHROEDER CARPENTRY
920.841.7108
STOCKBRIDGE BP GAS STATION
920.439-1124
TOM BEHNKE PAINTING & DRYWALL
920.439.1899
COFFEE/CAFÉ
W&L INSULATION
920.439.1802
MUD CREEK COFFEE & CAFÉ
920.439.1096
WOLDT CONSTRUCTION
920.841.0275
RISE AND SHINE CAFÉ (INSIDE GAS STATION)
920.439.1228
NEIGHBORHOOD PUB & GRILL
920.849.3799
THE PLAID SQUIRREL GIFT GALLERY
920.627.3010
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
B&L STORAGE
920.439.1421
CALUMET PRESS INC.
920.849.4551
CRITTER SITTERS BOARDING & GROOMING
920.439.1849
SCHUMACHERS SHANTY BAR, GRILL & BAIT SHOP EAST SHORE SALON
920.439.1232
920.418.5619
STOCKBRIDGE SALOON BAR & GRILL
JIM HOOYMAN TEAM REALTY
920.439.1040
920.203.9166
RETAIL/CONSUMER GOODS
HERITAGE ORCHARD
920.849.2158
MAMA’S COUNTRY MARKET
920.428.3366
REBEKAH’S BITS & BAUBLES SPECIALTY GIFTS
920.851.0218
RIPPN-LIPS TACKLE COMPANY
414.801.4767
QUINNEY ESTATE WINERY
920.915.6587
LAKESHORE SEPTIC
920.439.1566
PORTRAITS BY DESIGN
920.766.2304
RE/MAX 24/7 REAL ESTATE LLC
920.470.9778
SMALL BEGINNINGS CHILD CARE CENTER LLC
920.439.1122
TRANQUILITY MASSAGE LLC
920.450.7129
SUNRISE VALLEY ORGANICS
& NATURAL HEALTH LLC
920.439.1877
SWEET SUMMERTIME ANTIQUES & MORE
920.213.1018
WWW.STOCKBRIDGEBUSINESS.COM
Saturday, November 12
Annual Stockbridge Schools Craft Show
Stockbridge High School, Stockbridge
9:00am-2:00pm
Great variety of arts and crafts vendors.
Saturday & Sunday, November 19-20, 26-27
Brillion Historical Society Annual Holiday
Open House & Festival of Trees
Brillion Historical House & Museum, Brillion
10:00am-4:00pm
See the historic Green Hotel & Museum decorated for Christmas
including a wide variety of community decorated trees.
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Wisconsin Microbrewers BeerFest, May 22
Chilton Summer Festival, June 16-19
Calumet County Fair, Sept. 2-5
Crafty Apple Fest, Sept. 10
Christmas Holiday Celebration, Dec. 2-4
Ledge View Nature Center —
Cave tours, nature center, scenic trails and more
Calumet County Historical Museum
Morrissey Park Community-Built Playground
Engler Center for the Performing Arts
Gravity Park USA
Farmers Market, Fridays, July-October
Numerous stores, including
specialty food and gift shops
Restaurants and entertainment
For more information on any of these items,
contact the Chilton Chamber of Commerce at (920) 418-1650,
www.chiltonchamber.com or at [email protected]
December
Every Snowy Weekend in December
Tubing at Calumet County Park
County Park, Hilbert (north of Stockbridge)
11:00am-4:00pm
Admission (including tube) is $6/person (no carry-in tubes). Tow
rope, warming shelter with concessions.
Every Saturday & Sunday in December
Timm House Christmas
Timm House, New Holstein
1:00pm-4:00pm or by appointment (920-898-5746)
Annual holiday celebration featuring themed decorations in
every room of the home’s first floor.
Friday & Saturday, December 2-3
Taste of the Holidays
Vern’s Cheese, Chilton
Friday 8:00am-5:30pm; Saturday 8:30am-2:00pm
Come and taste many samples of the holidays that
Vern’s Cheese has to offer.
Friday & Saturday, December 2-3
Chilton Christmas Holiday Celebration
State Bank of Chilton and Corner of Main and
Madison Streets, Chilton
Friday night tree lighting by State Bank of Chilton with Santa at
the bank from 4-7pm. Magical parade with sparkling floats on
Saturday night.
Sunday, December 4
New Holstein Country Christmas
New Holstein High School, New Holstein
12:00pm-4:00pm
Listen to classic Christmas music while enjoying dinner as the
finest choirs in the area celebrate the Holiday Season. Take a
keepsake picture with Santa Claus. Crafts for the kids.
Tuesday, December 6
Toast to Christmas Dinner
Village Hearthstone Restaurant, Hilbert, 6:00pm
Re-connect with friends and family at this festive holiday event
featuring traditional Christmas foods, carolers and Santa shop.
Call 920-853-3013 for reservations.
Saturday, December 31
Brillion Community Center Annual Family
New Years Eve Day Party
Brillion Community Center, 120 Center St.
11:30am-2:30pm
Families can enjoy games, open swim, children’s show, food &
prizes.
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Area Attractions
Ariens Museum
109 Calumet St., Brillion • (920) 756-4273
See our ad, pg. 33
Features eight decades of power equipment,
photos & memorabilia. Includes a replica of
Henry Ariens’ Garage where the company’s
first tiller was built. Open by appointment
only, 7:30am-4:30pm.
Braun’s Deer Run Golf Course
912 Fairway Drive, Brillion • (920) 875-0544
www.BraunsDeerRunGolfCourse.com
See our ad, pg. 25
Golf our beautiful 9-hole course with carts.
Restaurant open year round 11am-8pm. Friday Fish Fry & other weekly specials. Free
sledding, ice-skating, cross country skiing &
snowmobile trail to clubhouse.
Brillion Nature Center
W1135 Deerview Rd.
2.5 miles south of Brillion
(920) 756-3591
www.BrillionNatureCenter.net
See our ad, pg. 30
Discover the wonders of nature at Brillion
Nature Center. Hike the trails through the
woodland, marsh and prairie habitats. Participate in high quality educational and recreational programs. Open Year-Round.
Heritage Orchard
N2963 Lakeshore Dr., 5 miles south of
Stockbridge, overlooking Lake Winnebago
(920) 849-2158
Open daily Sept. through Oct. Sixteen
varieties of apples & fall produce. Pick your
own apples & pumpkins. Farm market.
Hawthorn Hollow for group outings. Craft
loft, caramel apples, apple cider donuts,
fresh cider, school tours.
Mulberry Lane Farm
W3190 County Rd. B, 3 mi. east of Sherwood
(920) 989-3130
www.mulberrylanefarmwi.com
See our ad, pg. 27
Touch the wonders of Mulberry Lane Farm.
The ultimate interactive farm experience.
Guests have a chance to milk a cow, learn
about farm animals, ride a pony or hayrides.
New Attitudes Dance Company
2244 Calumet Drive, New Holstein
(920) 286-3455
www.newattitudesdanceco.com
See our ad, pg. 29
Providing a high standard of dance education
while improving technique and esteem.
Petite Pirouettes, Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz,
Lyrical, Pom, Zumba Fitness and Modern/
Contemporary. Adult classes also available.
New Holstein Aquatic Center
1718 Madison St., New Holstein
920-898-1373
See our ad, pg. 27
Located in Kiwanis Park at the corner of
Hickory Lane & Madison St. Experience 3
water slides, zero-depth/beach-entry, full
concession stand & party room.
Star Orchard
253 Hwy CE, Kaukauna
(920) 759-9294 • www.starorchard.com
Family owned orchard just west of
Hollandtown featuring pick-your-own
apples, pumpkins, squash and gourds.
Don’t miss our store full of seasonal
goodies. Open September and October.
Food, Spirits
& Coffee
Bakkheia
420 W. Ryan St., Brillion • 920-378-7271
www.BakkheiaBrillion.com
See our ad, pg. 7
Relax and treat yourself to one of our 40
wine choices, draft and bottled craft beers
or a cocktail. A unique menu of delicious
innovative food.
See our website for
upcoming events.
Cobblestone Creek Dining
& Banquet
740 W. Ryan St. (Hwy. 10), Brillion
(920) 756-3214 • www.cobblestonecrk.com
See our ad, pg. 9
Fine dining in a casual atmosphere.
Featuring daily lunch specials, weekly
dinner specials, Friday night seafood
buffet & Saturday night prime rib. Private
room for small gatherings along with
banquet facility accommodating up to 500
people.
Mud Creek
106 S. Military Rd. (Hwy. 55), Stockbridge
(920) 439-1096
www.mudcreekcoffee.com
See our ad, pg. 7
A HIP café in a rural location offering
Colectivo coffee, a creative menu and a
warm ambience.
Roepke’s Village Inn
W2686 St. Charles Rd. off G, south of Chilton
(920) 849-4000
See our ad, pg. 9
Enjoy our hometown atmosphere. Check
out our Friday night fish fries & the best
steaks in Calumet County. Open 6 days a
week.
Rowland’s Calumet Brewery
24 N. Madison St., Chilton • (920) 849-2534
See our ad, pg. 6
Chilton’s only microbrew pub. Eleven micro
brews on tap, plus our own homemade
root beer. Enjoy snacks, pizza & great
conversation.
Scoops Ice Cream Parlor
131 E. Chestnut St., Chilton
(920) 849-2520, See our ad, pg. 4
Stop in to satisfy your sweet tooth or
caffeine craving. Over 26 flavors of our own
Homemade Premium Ice Cream. Many
varieties of cappuccino and coffee, & unique
candies.
Terra Verde
507 N. Madison, Chilton
(920) 849-9050 • (920) 464-0367
See our ad, pg. 11
Bringing you the best coffeehouse
experience with a wide selection of the finest
organic coffee from around the world, teas,
gourmet hot chocolate, smoothies, panini
sandwiches & more.
Village Hearthstone
326 West Main St., Hilbert
(920) 853-3013 • www.villagehearthstone.com
See our ad, pg. 3
A unique historical dining experience
featuring daily lunch specials with a creative
flair, wood-fired pizzas, microbrews &
Andretti wines. A private party room
& catering are available. Reservations
accepted.
Lodging
Best Western Stanton Inn
1101 E. Chestnut St., Chilton
(920) 849-3600 • www.stantoninn.com
See our ad, pg. 14
Nestled in a quiet, unique community within
minutes of major businesses & shopping. Indoor
pool/whirlpool & free continental breakfast.
Luxury jacuzzi rooms, rooms designed for the
business person & meeting rooms.
Thunderbird Motel
121 E. Chestnut St., Chilton • (920) 849-4216
See our ad, pg. 15
Fourteen clean & comfortable rooms, both
single & double rooms available. Includes air,
cable TV, phone, high speed internet, fridge,
microwave and coffee pot.
Municipal
City of Brillion/
Chamber of Commerce
Brillion City Hall • 130 Calumet St.
(920) 756-2250 • www.ci.brillion.wi.us
See our ad, pg. 14
Brillion is a great place to live, work, learn
& play together. Various shopping & dining
opportunities, museums, golf course, parks,
libraries, community center, nature areas & a
performing arts center.
Chilton Chamber of Commerce
(920) 849-2451 / (920) 418-1650
www.chilton.govoffice.com
See our ad, pg. 31
Chilton is the county seat of Calumet
County & home of Ledge View Nature
Center, Kaytee Avian Center & the Calumet
County Fairgrounds. Shopping & dining
experiences await your arrival.
New Holstein Chamber
of Commerce
2110 Washington St., New Holstein
(920) 898-5766 • www.newholstein.org
See our ad, pg. 30
Located in the southern part of Calumet
County & founded in 1848. Offers a variety
of shopping & dining experiences. Industrial
building sites are available. Visit the historic
Timm House Museum.
Services
Calumet County Bank
103 N. Main St., Brillion
W443 Veterans Ave., Sherwood
800-236-2262
See our ad, pg. 11
Since opening in 1921, Calumet County
Bank has provided quality financial services
balancing the needs of the community, our
customers & our employees. Can fulfill all
your loan needs. ATMs at both locations.
Calumet Medical Center
614 E. Memorial Dr., Chilton
(920) 849-2386
See our ad on the back cover
Whether you’re seeking primary care,
emergency services, specialty services
or community health classes, Calumet
Medical Center’s focus is on providing
quality, compassionate care for the people
in the Calumet region.
East Central Int. Trade, Bus.
and Econ. Development
Council (ITBEC)
www.travelthelakes.com
(920) 849-1442
See our ad, pg. 31
The counties in the East Central ITBEC are
Calumet, Kewaunee & Winnebago. ITBEC is
responsible for producing regional tourism
projects & sponsoring international trade seminars
& other economic development projects.
Shopping
Hilbert Antiques
614 W Main Street, Hilbert
www.hilbertartandantiquesllc.com
(920) 462-0909
See our ad, pg. 23
Shop for antiques, collectibles, furniture,
glassware, pottery, jewelry, artwork, vintage
toys, postcards, advertising and more! Dan’s
art gallery offers his latest works, limited
prints, and greeting cards of his paintings.
The Plaid Squirrel
N1866 US Hwy 151, Brothertown
(920) 627-3010
www.ThePlaidSquirrel.com
See our ad, pg. 23
A shop owned by two sisters filled with
unique art created by local artisans, many
focusing on reclaimed, recycled pieces.
Rippn-Lips Tackle Co.
106 S. Military Rd., Stockbridge
(920) 981-4023 • www.Rippn-Lips.com
See our ad, pg. 13
Winnebago’s full service fishing bait & tackle,
kayak rental, camping, lakehouse gifts,
t-shirts & more.
Stockbridge Area Business
Association
P.O. Box 380, Stockbridge
www.StockbridgeBusiness.com
See our ad, pg. 30
The Stockbridge Area Business Assoc. is
a group of business owners who provide
support for new businesses in the area &
networking amongst current businesses.
Vern’s Cheese
312 W. Main St., Chilton
(920) 849-7717
www.vernscheese.com
See our ad, pg. 7
Serving Wisconsin & surrounding states.
Visit our specialty store of cheeses, candies,
Wisconsin souvenirs & more.
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ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
at Calumet Medical Center
You don’t have to go far for personalized care.
With special interests in women’s health, exercise
and fitness, nutrition and chronic diseases,
JILL SCHABACH, family nurse practitioner,
and
JESSICA JANNETTE, adult nurse
practitioner, offer comprehensive primary care
at Calumet Medical Center Clinic.
To learn more about Jill or Jessica
or to schedule an appointment,
please call 920.849.3800
or visit affinityhealth.org.

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