We're excited to host the Platteville High School Blue Notes for an hour of Holiday Caroling at the Driftless Market. This has become an annual tradition that we look forward to. We will have holiday refreshments as well!
Join us again this year from 9am - 2pm as we host the Driftless Annual Jewelry Party. Meet the 4 area Jewelry Markets who sell their work at the Driftless Market. As always we will have refreshments to help get into the Holiday spirit.
Lauren Powers - Mineral Point
Valerie Haefner - Dodgeville
Beth Molesworth - Platteville
Cathie Roberts - Scales Mound, IL
More details to come later.
Make Platteville Main Street your destination for holiday fun and shopping on Small Business Saturday. A special event this year will be the Pop Up "THAT TREE" Art Gallery at 35 West Main Street featuring a gallary display of Mark Hirsch's famous That Tree photographic images along with artist books signing from 10am-5pm. Artist Reception will be from 5pm-8pm.
Extend the gallery experience up and down Main Street where up to 8 additional locations will have a "That Tree" image for viewing as well as extended shopping hours, and other special events .
Some specials at the Driftless Market will be an original Mark Hirsch That Tree image and display for the UW Platteville Tree Lab and their area projects.
THANKSGIVING Holiday Hours:
Wednesday, November 27th - 9am - 7 pm
Thursday, November 28th - CLOSED
Friday, November 29th – 9 am – 5:30 pm (closing early)
Saturday, November 30th – 9 am – 7 pm (Small Business Saturday, extended hours during the “That Tree” Pop-Up Gallery event on Main Street)
A Rural Alphabet is a collection of 26 illustrations and complementary poems from A-Z. Every Letter of the Alphabet is represented in its own unique way and reflects the soul of rural life: traditional food preparation, craftsmanship, animal husbandry, agriculture and the environment.
This book is a collaboration between the Artist, Monica Jagel and the Poet, Joanne Adragna Shird. Monica and Joanne share not only the love of nature, but the earths preservation as well. This collaborative effort has been an organic experience, one which grew naturally from the artist’s kindred hearts and souls. Monica and Joanne share deeply not only the love of nature, but the earths preservation as well.
Join Driftless in welcoming Monica Jagel of Viroqua, WI for a book signing and opportunity to see her books and gift cards.
Book signing will be from 11am - 1pm.
Join us at the Driftless Market on Tuesday evening, Oct. 22nd starting at 5:30 for workshop and time for discussion.
Making your own baby food using fresh, local, and organic ingredients is an easy and wonderful way to begin a lifetime of healthy, adventurous eating, and a great way save money. Using modern cloth diapers is surprisingly simple, extremely budget-friendly, and may actually reduce the number of loads of laundry you do each week. Join local mom, Allison Carroll, for insights, tips, and tricks on these two planet-friendly parenting options.
Allison is a full-time working mother of two daughters ages 3 and 1½ . She has made her own baby food from the start, and estimates she’s saved $1,500 by cloth diapering her youngest. Her proudest moment as a parent came when she uttered the words “no more kale until you eat some macaroni and cheese.”
Please register by calling the Driftless Market at 608-348-2696, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or registering at the front counter. Fee for workshop is $5.00 and the proceeds will be going to Family Connections.
One Woman show written by Robert Lynn and performed by Chrissy Hogue. Production will be at the Platteville Municipal Auditorium, 75 North Bonson Street, Platteville, WI
You can pick up tickets at the Driftless Market or online at http://www.brownbagtickets.com/
$10.00 general admission for the 8pm showing. or $25.00 with appetizer reception starting at 7pm.
Award-winning actress Chrissy Hogue brings her comedic and dramatic tour de force to the Platteville Auditorium stage in Robert Lynn's "The Stupid Economy." Chrissy takes the audience on a dizzying ride through her roles as seven women struggling with their personal finances since the economic crisis of 2008 and into the present.
From the bottom to the top of the economic ladder, Chrissy weaves a story that will make you laugh, cry and stomp your feet in frustration at our current economic condition.
Through personal accounts, the show gets to the heart of the matter of what's ailing our country. Touching on everything from the college experience to Chinese production, racism, refinancing, politicians, and magic dogs, the performance provides a launching point for a conversation we all need to have about where we've been and where we're going, as individuals and as a country.
Presented in partnership with Platteville Community Theatre as a fundraiser for the Friends of Platteville Municipal Auditorium, this production was made possible by generous grants from the Platteville Community Fund and Grant County Tourism. Funds will go toward the renovation of the Platteville Municipal Auditorium.
Celebration of Local Foods!
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Title: Trail Grand Opening and Kids Event
When: September 28 from 3pm to 7pm
Where: Mound View Park
Description: Join Platteville Human Powered Trails for a celebration of new trails in Mound View Park. We’ll have a brief ribbon cutting followed by several hours of kids activity stations that include an obstacle course, face painting, and much more. Food will be available for purchase with proceeds going to develop additional trails within Platteville.