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Bunny to stop by business group's Easter event at Fireman's Park

Bunny to stop by business group's Easter event at Fireman's Park

Saturday gathering to include egg hunt, face painting, goodie bags   

On Saturday, the Downtown Middleton Business Association will host an Easter egg hunt from 10-11 a.m.

Organizers said the egg hunt will take place at the top of the gathering at Fireman’s Park, 7420 North Ave., and other events will include face painting and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

The business association will also hand out bags with candy, coupons and promotional items after the egg gathering to the first 450 kids, the group said.

Organizers said the little egg hunters line up at 10:05 a.m. and Ald. Howard Teal will count down and release them to find eggs.

According to the association, kids can also visit with Middleton police, EMS and the fire department at the event.

Participants are asked to bring a donation for the Middleton Outreach Ministry and kids should bring their own baskets, the association said.

Middleton to host 50th anniversary celebration

Middleton to host 50th anniversary celebration

The City of Middleton is hosting an open house in celebration of its 50th anniversary as a city.

The city will host a community event the evening of April 9 at the Middleton Fire station.

Residents are invited to enjoy cake and sets by the Madison Brass Band and city officials will speak about the city's progression since its incorporation.

Middleton originated as a fur-trading post in the 1830s, according to a release from the city. Railroad tracks were laid through the area, with Middleton Station created in 1856. In 1905 Middleton Station became incorporated as a village, dropping the "Station" but retaining the name "Middleton."

Middleton now has 18,000 residents. 

Middle schoolers to perform 'Seussical'

Musical includes Dr. Seuss character favorites  

The Kromrey Middle School will host "Seussical the Musical" at 7 p.m. in the small gym-cafeteria April 11.

Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for MCPASD students, and a family pass is $10, according to the school district website.

Teachers said rehearsals began in mid-February for the musical, which features many Dr. Seuss characters.

Characters include Horton the Elephant played by Orion Krystosek, The Cat in the Hat played by Andrew Sutcliffe, Gertrude McFuzz played by Elizabeth Berryman, lazy Mayzie played by Margaux Sorenson and a little boy with a big  imagination, Jojo, played by Zach Roberts.

The show runs 75 minutes.

St. Bernard's hosts kids Easter egg hunt

St. Bernard's hosts kids Easter egg hunt

Group preps more than 700 eggs each year    

The Knights of Columbus St. Bernard's parish would like to invite Middleton-area children 10 and under to an Easter egg hunt at a local park on March 30.

Organizers said the hunt will be held at Lakeview Park at noon.

Patrick Camus with the Knights of Columbus said it is the only egg hunt in the area that distributes dyed hard-boiled eggs. Camus said the group usually prepares more than 700 eggs for the Easter event each year.

Middleton's Lakeview Park is at 6300 Mendota Ave.

Free orchestra performance features music by ‘Mozart of Indian Music’

Free orchestra performance features music by ‘Mozart of Indian Music’

Concerto-Pops music event is Thursday at PAC  

The Middleton High School Symphony Orchestra's Pops Concert on Thursday will include student performances and specially commissioned works from world-renowned composer and performer Chitravina Ravikiran.

A concert will showcase five student performers playing and singing concertos/arias:

Humane society plans Easter egg hunt

Humane society plans Easter egg hunt

The Dane County Humane Society plans to hold an Easter egg hunt March 23. The hunt will take place at noon at Marshall Park on Allen Boulevard.

Organizers will place more than 1,000 eggs, stuffed with gift certificates, toys and more.

A suggested donation of $5 to participate will benefit the Dane County Humane Society’s Four Lakes Wildlife Center, a location that cares for injured, ill and orphaned wildlife.

Lunch and activities will follow at Perkins Restaurant and Bakery at 5237 University Ave. Twenty percent of proceeds will go to the wildlife center.

Organizers said the restaurant will also offer photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny.

Library to host Medicare infosession

Library to host Medicare infosession

The Middleton Public Library will host a session later this month for patrons who want to learn more about Medicare.

Presenter Jesse Grutz, a licensed insurance professional, will answer questions at the March 22 meeting.

The 10 a.m. presentation will take place in the Archer Room of the Middleton Public Library at 7425 Hubbard Ave.

Registration is requested via email at mid@scls.lib.wi.us or by calling 608-827-7403.