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…

Rock The Art ~ 2017 Jersey Street Music Festival Original Art Fundraiser

Artists from Wisconsin and around the world donate their work to benefit the 2017 Jersey Street Music Festival. The Jersey Street Music Festival (JSMF) is a festival of music and art located in the City of Horicon in picturesque Dodge County, Wisconsin.  Striving to keep the arts accessible to all, JSMF is a *free* event funded…

2017 Horicon Huk Disc Golf Tournament

Saturday, May 20, 8:00 a.m. TOURNAMENT IS PLAYED RAIN OR SHINE  Online registration is OPEN Pre-registration Entry: $25 per person Day-of-Play registration: $30.00 per person Prizes to winners of all three Divisions. Special mini-games during tournament play All proceeds go to Course Improvements First 30 registrants are guaranteed a Player’s Pack with 2 custom discs…

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, as…

Spell Yeah! 2017

Saturday January 21, 2017, 7 pm Rock River Tap Bar & Grill 110 W. Lake Street, Horicon A spelling bee fundraiser for people who (maybe) can’t spell. So what if you misspell “Conscientious?!” Gather a team of friends — after all, ONE of your friends must be able to spell, right? Teams should be between…

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…