104.5 WSLD Community Calendar

Events should be submitted no later then one week prior. Events submitted after that will be placed on our digital calendar, but may not receive air time. 

To be mentioned on our community calendar, please click here to e-mail us about your event!

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Donation Boxes

Superhero Shuffle

May 21

10am-2pm



 

This event is hosted by Kisses from Keegan and Friends Pediatric Cancer Foundation at W4098 S. Shore Dr. in Lake Geneva.  The event features a 5k/10k walk/run, food and drinks, raffles, live music, boat rides, and more.  Superhero costumes are encouraged.  For more information, visit kissesfromkeegan.org.  

All Shook Up

May 13-22

 

Lakeland Players production of All Shook Up will be May 13-15 and 20-22 at the Sprague Theatre.  The show begins at 7:30 pm, except Sunday Matinees at 3 pm.  Tickets are $18 and can be purchased by calling 262-383-0762.  

Open House

May 20

10am-2pm



 

This event is hosted by The Walworth County Aging and Disability Resource Center and will feature musical entertainment, snacks, information, and free bingo.  The event is a celebration of Older Americans Month, a national observance that pays tribute to the contributions of older persons in the community.

Recycling Event

May 21

9am-2pm



 

This event is hosted by the City of Whitewater in Lot B, across from Train Depot and Cravath Lakefront.  TV’s are $20 to recycle, old tube CRT and computer monitors are $10 to recycle, and microwaves and exercise equipment are $5 to recycle.  Other items accepted include laptops, printers, circuit boards, servers, modems, scanners, hard drives, keyboards, mice, UPS backup batteries, cell phone batteries, tablets, cables/wires, power supplies, electronic test equipment, power tools, phones, VCR’s, DVD’s, gaming systems, appliances, and more.  Cash or checks are accepted.  For questions, e-mail Brad Marquardt, the Director of Public Works, at bmarquardt@whitewater-wi.gov

Blood Drive

May 23

2-7pm


 

This event is hosted by the Eagle Community at the Eagle Municipal Building.  Make an appointment by calling 877-232-4376 or online at bit.ly/eaglemay2022

Household and Hazardous Waste Recycling Clean Sweep

May 21

8am-12pm



 

This event is hosted by Walworth and Waukesha Counties at the Village of Mukwonago Public Works Garage, 630 County Highway NN in Mukwonago.  This event is open to residents of Waukesha and Walworth Counties.  Residents may recycle various automotive, home, and garden hazardous-waste items during the Clean Sweep event.  Questions can be directed to the Walworth County Solid Waste Division at 262-741-3116, walcosw@co.walworth.wi.us.  For more information, visit https://www.waukeshacounty.gov/hazardouswaste.  

Pancake Breakfast

May 29

7am-12pm


 

This event is hosted by the Palmyra American Legion at 115 North 3rd St. in Palmyra.  All you can eat is $7, and one of everything is $4.  Children under age 6 eat for free.  The breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, sausages, and toast.  Drinks include coffee, tea, milk, water, and juice.  Take out is available.  

Pollinator Palooza

June 4

10am-2pm


 

This event is hosted by the Aram Public Library in Delavan.  The event will feature guest speakers, giveaways, and a costume contest.  

Model A Day

June 5

10am-2pm



 

This event is hosted by Historic Downtown Sharon.  The event will feature Model-A cars, a fashion show, pig roast, vendors, musicians, and more.

Clinton Cougar Car Show

June 4

10am-5pm


 

This event will be held at the Clinton High School parking lots.  Cost is $5 for adults, $2 for kids ages 6-17, $20 for a carload, and kids 5 and under are free.  To register your car in the event, click here.  For more information, call Adam Fjalstad at 608-346-3989. 

Summer Reading Program

June 10

3pm



 

This Program is hosted by the Aram Public Library’s at the Phoenix Bandshell in Delavan.  This year’s theme is Oceans of Possibilities. The launch will include stuffed animals, crafts, lawn games, a demonstration by Allez Fencing, the Boys and Girls Club, and a movie in the park at dusk.  To register, visit aramlibrary.org or call the library at 262-728-3111. 

Old Settlers Days

June 16-19




 

This event is at Settlers Park in Rockton, Illinois.  Tickets are available for artists including Ashley McBride, Jordan Davis, LoCash, and more.  For more information, visit oldsettlersdays.com.  

Free Narcan

The Walworth County Drug and Alcohol Coalition has free doses of Narcan, a life saving anti-dote to reverse the effects of overdose, at Open Arms Free Clinic in Elkhorn during their clinic hours for anyone suffering from a substance use disorder or their families.  Hours of operation are Monday from 9am-4pm, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9am-5pm, and Thursday from 9am-6pm at 205 Commerce Ct. in Elkhorn.  

Welcome to Medicare

February 17-December 1


 

The Walworth County Department of Health and Human Services Aging and Disability Resource Center is hosting several “Welcome to Medicare” workshops at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Health and Human Services building in Elkhorn on February 17, April 21, June 16, August 18, October 20, and December 1.  

Phoenix Park Bandshell Concerts

The Phoenix Park Bandshell in Delavan has many concerts throughout the season.  Visit phoenixparkbandshell.com for more information.

Stepping On

May 3-June 14




 

This event is hosted by The Walworth County Aging and Disability Resource Center.  Stepping On is a program teaching strategies for avoiding falls, balance and strength exercises, home safety check suggestions, medication review, and more.  The program will occur on Tuesdays from 9-11am from May 3-June 14 at the Walworth County Health and Human Services building.  For questions and to register, call Chetney Blaszczyk RDN, CD at (262) 741-3309.

Memorial Day Ceremony

May 30

9:15am


 

The Palmyra American Legion 304 is having its annual Memorial Day event on May 30.  The day will begin with an Honors Salute at 9:15 a.m. at Charles F. Deuel Veterans Memorial Park.  It will then move to Saint Mary’s Catholic Cemetery for a brief Memorial Service starting around 9:30 am. Then, the parade will begin at the old elementary school on Hwy 59.  The parade route stretches from the school to Main St., and ends at the Hillside Cemetery where the Memorial Day program will begin at about 10 a.m.  Charles E. Young will be the guest speaker at this event.  Young retired in 2017 from a law enforcement career that lasted for 40 years.  He has also served on active duty in the U.S. Army.  

Civil War Days

May 21, 22




 

This event will be held at the Milton House Museum on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22.  On Saturday, the event runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  This event is free to the public.  For more information, visit https://miltonhouse.org/civil-war-days.