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Middleton Farmers Market Opens May 12

Middleton Farmers Market Opens May 12

The Middleton farmers market will open May 12 at the Greenway Station Shopping Center.

The farmers market will be held each Thursday, from May 12 through Oct. 13, rain or shine.

Local vendors will offer their finest produce to the community, and shoppers can enjoy locally grown fruits, vegetables and flowers, plus cheeses, meats and more.

Other featured products include gourds, gluten-free and baked goods.

The market is located off Deming Way, in the parking area near T.G.I. Friday's.

For more information on the Middleton farmers market or if you are interested in participating, go to http://www.greenwayshopping.com/ or contact market coordinator Tom Murphy at 608-872-2152.

Cycling Store To Expand Middleton Location

Cycling Store To Expand Middleton Location

The Endurance House is expanding at it's Greenway Station location in Middleton.

Endurance House will add 800 square feet to their current store in addition to their previous expansion in March 2009, according to shopping center officials. They said the Endurance House plans to open a new cycling fit, sales and service-center in the added space.

Remodeling plans were finalized last year and construction on the new space has commenced. Barring construction delays, Endurance House plans to officially open the new space by late February 2011.

Local Woman Creates "Must-Have" T-Shirt

Local Woman Creates "Must-Have" T-Shirt

Fitchburg resident Kelsey Sveum has this year's must-have T-shirt for Badger fans.

The twenty-something noticed a very distinct hand gesture that has caught on among Badger fans. At one of this season's home victories, she noticed students holding their hands up in a "W." 

At the Champs Sports Bowl last year versus Miami ("the U"), Barry Alvarez held his hands in the W formation after the Badgers beat Miami. Since then Bielema has been carrying on the tradition.

Kelsey is certain the dual hand "W" is catching on University-wide. She saw the student section doing it at a basketball game while the football team was there to be congratulated on earning a piece of the BigTen Championship.

Kelsey decided to take this idea to her computer screen right away.

Storm Causes Area Event, Church Cancellations

Storm Causes Area Event, Church Cancellations

A powerful winter storm is bearing down on southern Wisconsin, dumping several inches of snow.

With the snow expected to continue through Sunday evening, many area businesses have announced plans to close while various events and churches are calling off scheduled services for Sunday.

Various cities, villages and towns have also declared snow emergencies.

To see a complete list of closings and snow emergencies, click here.

Holiday Craft Fair And Art Show Set For Saturday

Middleton artists are hosting the annual Craft Fair and Art Show this Saturday with many beautiful items for the holidays.

This is a free annual event showcasing creations from area artists and crafters, in an in-home setting.  All items are hand-made and one-of-a-kind. Many of the treasures have been found at estate sales and auctions and have been refurbished into new creations and keepsakes.

You'll find ornaments, centerpieces, cards, stained glass, furniture, "Plates of Yesterday", tea cup bird feeders, garden art, stepping stones and much more. Items start at $1!

Come, relax, sip some holiday cheer and get in the holiday mood.

The Craft Fair and Art Show is Saturday, Nov. 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 7708 Hillcrest Avenue in Middleton.

Greenway Station Holds Coat Collection Drive

The Greenway Station Shopping Center is holding is sixth annual Coat Collection Drive.

From Nov. 26 to Dec. 19, they’ll be accepting clean, reusable coats and jackets of all sizes. Coats for children are in the greatest demand, but all coats will be distributed to the local Salvation Army, which will distribute them to local children and adults in need.

"We’re proud to again be teaming up with the Salvation Army in this effort to offer something that so many of us take for granted, the warmth and protection of a winter coat," Corey Kautzky, Greenway general manager, said.

Coats can be dropped off during business hours at all Greenway Station stores including Ashley Furniture HomeStore, Chico’s, Justice Just for Girls, Maurices, Michael’s, Orvis, World Market and the Greenway Station customer service office.

Everyone who donates a coat will have the chance to win one of five $100 gift cards for Greenway Station stores.

Big Pile Of Free Mulch Available At Greenway Station

2nd Season Recycling donated a heap of compost for the recent Middleton Clean & Green event. Much of the compost was taken during the event, but there is still a huge pile leftover!

The compost is located in a field near the 'T' intersection of Market Street and Aspen Commons in Greenway Station.

Anyone and everyone is invited to come and take as much mulch as you want, until the pile is gone.