Community Calendar 6/9-6/16 | Community

The following events are set to take place between Thursday, June 9, and Thursday, June 16.

Gazebo Muzikk – The Woodland Spring Band

6-7:30 pm Thursday, June 9

Rotary Park, 324 S. Sixth St., Stoughton

These free public concerts are open to the public, with food and beverages available for purchase. Visit gazebomusikk.com.

Coffee With the Mayor

City of Stoughton Mayor Tim Swadley holds monthly meetings with the public for discussion of the latest news.

10-11 am Friday, June 10

Stoughton Area Senior Center, 248 W. Main St.

American Red Cross Community Blood Drive

9 am to 2 pm Wednesday, June 15

The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints fellowship hall, 825 S. Van Buren St., Stoughton

Jessica Michna as Jenny Appleseed

Meet Jenny Appleseed, the fictional sister of “Johnny Appleseed,” on a journey through American Folklore with Jessica Michna, recipient of the Presidential Service Center’s Distinguished Service Award. RSVP 608-873-8585.

1-2 pm Wednesday June 15

Stoughton Area Senior Center, 248 W. Main St

Gazebo Muzikk – Prone to Sorrow

6-7:30 pm Thursday, June 16

Rotary Park, 324 S. Sixth St., Stoughton

These free public concerts are open to the public, with food and beverages available for purchase. Visit gazebomusikk.com.

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Recurring events

Stoughton Historical Museum

The museum, located at 324 S. Page St., is open from 1 am to 3 pm from May 21 through Sept. 3.New show: FFA, FFA Alumni and Junior Fair. The museum closed on June 25 for Pioneer Day. For more information, visit stoughtonhistoricalsociety.org.

Stoughton Farmers Market

Every Friday from May 6 through Oct. 28 from 7 am to 1 pm at Stoughton Plaza 10 W. Main St. The market features products such as: vegetables, fruits, flowers, eggs, Farmer John’s block cheeses and cheese curds, beef, pork, lamb, Supreme Seafood, fresh bakery and lefse, jams, jellies, sauerkraut, pickles and other canned goods, honey , woodworking and furniture, cement statuary and garden art, rag rugs and knitted items, soap, jewelry, candles and more.

Come and see what we’re growing fresh for you.

Bingo

6 pm, Thursdays

Stoughton VFW, Post #328, 200 Veterans Road.

Virtual music and movement storytime

9:30-9:50 am Tuesdays

Tuesday mornings for a story, songs, and activities virtually on the Stoughton Public Library Facebook Page.

Want even more fun? Kits will be available the first of each month to make a prop we will use in story time!

No registration required. Recommended for ages 2-6, but older and younger children are more than welcome!

Girl-2-Girl after-school programs

Every other Monday

Girl-2-Girl programs, sponsored by Eyes of Hope Stoughton, connect middle school and high school students with dedicated mentors in a comfortable, fun, after-school group at First Lutheran Church and the United Methodist Church buildings.

Bi-weekly sessions center on navigating common challenges such as “Navigating Homework,” “Keeping Focus,” and “Resilience,” plus a variety of creative activities.

High school programs offer students help with applications for community volunteering, employment, and college.

For information, visit eyesofhopestoughtonwi.org/girl-2-girl-program or contact Laura Roeven at eohstoughtonwi@gmail.com.

COCPR trainings

Each month Stoughton Health offers two trainings on Compression Only CPR, also known as Hands Only CPR.

Appointments can be made the second Tuesday of the month from 2-5 pm and the third Wednesday of the month from 9 am to noon.

Call (608) 877-3485 to schedule an appointment.

QiGong Online Classes

Jo Chern of Five Element QiGong leads virtual QiGong classes at 1 pm on Tuesdays.

For information, visit fiveelementqigong.net and email Jo at: jochern5@gmail.com

Tai Chi: In-person Classes

Mondays

Beginners: 10:30-11:30 am; Advanced: 1-2 pm

Held at Stoughton Area Senior Center

The class learns new things slowly so you can start anytime. Learn the basics of tai chi, an exercise that can help you regain strength and improve your balance, increase your coordination and promote relaxation. Drop-ins welcome

Cost: $10/per class or 4 classes for $36.

Friday Fish Fry

11 am to 8 pm every Friday.

Lunch is dinner-in. Dinner is carry-out.

Stoughton VFW Post #328, 200 Veterans Road.

Call (608) 873-9042.

Stoughton Yoga Saturdays

11:15 am to noon every Saturday.

Stoughton Yoga, 101 Silverado Dr., is offering gentle, pay-what-you-can yoga every Saturday from 11:15 am to noon for ages 14 and up. This is an inclusive and welcoming class, suitable for beginners and individuals who can’t come close to touching their toes! Advance registration by email is required at info@stoughtonyoga.org.

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