End summer on a high note with great music and excellent food at the St. Charles Fall Fest taking place Friday, Sept. 8 through Sunday, Sept. 10.
The annual festival brings together families who come for the carnival rides, games, food, raffles, popular bands, dancing and just an all-around good time. The St. Charles Fall Fest has become the end-of-summer destination for parishioners, former St. Charles Parish School students, longtime residents and newcomers to meet up with friends they haven’t seen in a while. Families meet and catch up over a cool drink while their kids run around the carnival area.
Fall Fest is also a great place to start traditions and if you’ve never been to this major Lake Country event stop by St. Charles for a few hours and enjoy the activities.
New this year is a bags tournament and the Brewer/Klements sausage racer appearance.
On Sunday morning, Sept. 10 at 10:45 am, make plans to attend the “Tent Mass” where we gather together and pray in a large tent. We honor St. Charles and we’re thankful for all the goodness the Lord provides.
Carnival wristbands will be available on Saturday between Noon and 4pm. When you buy the $20 wristband you will be able to ride any of the Rainbow Valley Rides as many times as you want during that 4 hour period.
On Sunday from 3pm to 6pm, all of the Rainbow Valley rides will be just $1 per ride.
The wristbands and the $1 special are only on the Rainbow Valley Rides.
All the details on bands + more, HERE.
Join us in celebration of the summer with a good ol’ Wisconsin BBQ. All ticket proceeds will be donated to the Jon Derynda Scholarship Fund at Oconomowoc High School.
July 28th, 2017 from 4-7pm at The Specific Chiropractor Center at 557 Cottonwood Ave in Hartland, WI 53029
There will be fun for the entire family, food from the Sausage Haus along with other local staples in the Lake Country area.
One more thing! There are going to be some vendors here as well!!
You can either get a ticket that allows you to get food for $8 or get a free ticket that allows you to hangout for the evening.
If you have any questions about please give us a call at 262-361-3160
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Join us for our 2nd annual Mini-Mile Children’s Fun Run & 15th annual Silent Auction at Hartland’s Nixon Park! [Read more…]
The Holiday Train arrives at approximately 6:15 pm in Hartland, WI on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 to help raise awareness of the need at local food pantries. (arrival times are approximate and can change- check website for any updates that might be provided by Canadian Pacific Railway).
Prior to the arrival of the holiday train there will be appearances by Santa and Forest, the Christmas Horse, from Knollwood Farms. Our Saviors Lutheran Church Choir will sing Christmas Carols.
Free Elf Glow Wand with separate $5 monetary donation
Free popcorn courtesy of The Chiropractors with donation to food pantry.
Free music from the Holiday Train performers.
Free parking on all surrounding streets and village lots.
Level crossing at Cottonwood Ave
Arrival time: 6:15 pm
Benefiting: Hartland Food Community
We all live on this wonderful planet called Earth. Come to
hear music and folktales from around the world that will make you think,
laugh and wonder while discovering hidden wisdom within each tale!
American Legion and VFW posts will help distribute the bags.
ARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT
Hartland, Village of
Monday, October 31, 2016
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Trick-or-treat is always held on Halloween from 6-8 p.m.
Hartland’s Neighborhood Night Out 2016