Discher Park Pavilion Restoration Project

  Built in 1909, the Discher Park Pavilion is the oldest public-use historic building in the City of Horicon.  Originally used as a facility serving a horse racing track that pre-dates the construction of Discher Park, the pavilion has been used over the years as a Teen Center, a meeting place for countless family reunions,…

2017 Horicon Spring Farmers Market

Join us every Wednesday in May from 4 – 7 pm in Kiwanis Park for your very first fresh produce of the year! Availability varies each week but typically includes:  *   Asparagus *  Organic aquaponic greens *  Rhubarb *  Handmade Candies *  Canned goods *  Handmade artisan soaps *  Root crops   Farmers Market…

Original Artwork Benefit Sale

Horicon Phoenix Program  Original Artwork Benefit Sale All pieces now just $25 This year, 63 artists from Wisconsin and around the country have donated a work that they have created on a canvas that we have provided.  For a minimum $25 donation in support of Horicon Phoenix Program, you can have your choice of one…

Brett Newski’s Horicon Album Release Party!

For the third year ever, Horicon Phoenix Program brings you WINTER SUCKS ROCK DOES NOT night at Rock River Tap Bar & Grill with One-Man Garage Band Brett Newski. Rolling Stone and Paste Magazine have warrented that Newski’s new album is one of the least crappy of the 1,236,603 releases this year.  Friday, January 27th at…

2015 Music At The Market Summer Concert Series Finale’

Wednesday, August 26th:  Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Hailing from the river town of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, HHG plays something like progressive high-energy old-time folk music. With strong roots in old-time and bluegrass, the band has formed it’s own unique style born from the diverse musical backgrounds and interests of the five friends who make up…