Beloit Snappers vs. Quad Cities River Bandits
Fan Appreciation Night
Come out to Pohlman Field for Fan Appreciation Night! There will be special promotions and prizes! Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter accounts for more details!
Come out and enjoy the last fireworks show of the season! The fireworks show will be baseball themed!
Presented by Welders Supply
$25 team of 5 players (3 minimum, 10 max) 13 years old and up suggested
Beloit Farmer's Market
Shop in a wonderful open-air market in the heart of historic Downtown Beloit. An award-winning community tradition spanning over 45 years, the Downtown Beloit Farmers’ Market continues to grow with over 90 vendors weekly selling local produce, organics, baked goods, honey, jams & jellies, bedding plants, fish, meat, eggs & cheese, fresh flowers, artisan crafts, scents & skin care.
Beloit Snappers vs. Quad Cities River Bandits
$2 Leinie's 12 oz. bottles on both of our decks and in the Firehouse Grill!
Presented by Leinenkugel's
Mercy Health System Kids Day
After the game, weather pending, kids will get to run the bases and play catch in the outfield!
Presented by Mercy Health System
Stateline News Family Fun Sunday
Get your Buy 1 Get 1 coupon for General Admission tickets in the Stateline News and the Janesville Messenger!
Presented by Stateline News
Beloit Snappers vs. Quad Cities River Bandits
$1.50 Miller 12 oz. drafts in the whole ballpark!
Presented by Miller
Monster Deal Monday
Two GA tickets, two hot dogs, two sodas, two popcorns and two adjustable hats. All for just 25 dollars, thanks to WJVL and WCLO.
Presented by WJVL/WCLO
Blue Monday with Dave Potter and The Alley Kings
Live blues with special guest weekly, great area talent and food!
Booked for Dessert
For adults. Undecided about what to read next? Join Tina Kakuske from Beloit Public Library at Grinnell Hall for talk about books and enjoy dessert, at the same time! Bring your library card to check out what tickles your fancy. Dessert is provided.
Enjoy a weekend filled with history, music and much more. Tour historic neighborhoods and buildings, tour Beloit's oldest cemetery, special events at Beckman Mill and Angel Museum. Tour the Indian Effigy mounds on the Beloit College Campus, Live music and demonstrations of old-fashioned crafts. Free admission to most events or donations appreciated.
Times vary throughout the weekend.
More information: 608-365-4838
Festival on the Rock
Stateline Genealogy Club
For adults. “Contemporary Fashion – Through the Decades: How to Identify your Ancestors’ Timelines by What They Wore.” Bring photographs, pictures, or historic articles of clothing to learn how to identify the year.
Rock River Valley Carvers 10th Annual Show and Sale
Woodcarvers from the local club will be joined by others from throughout Wisconsin and Illinois. Admission is free (donations accepted). This event will include carvers (including a chain saw carver), vendors, demonstrations, People's Choice Awards, Best Table Award and Raffles. (Drawings will be at the end of the day - need not be present to win.) There will be food available for purchase.
Featured carver: Ron Duffy. For more information, contact: Robin Rios, (608) 752-3328, email@example.com; www.rockrivervalleycarvers.com.
Memorial Angel Balloon Release
Release a memorial angel balloon in memory of a loved one. Group balloon launch begins at 1:00 p.m. Balloons that are in the shape of an angel can be purchased now at the Angel Museum or online at angelmuseum.org for $10. You may also purchase balloons on the day of the event between 10 am - 12:45 p.m. You do not need to be present to participate. Refreshments are available. The funds raised by this event will be used to support the Angel Museum of Beloit.
*** Balloons are 100% biodegradable.
Heritage Days - Fur Traders River Run
Heritage Sunday at Beckman Mill
Our annual Heritage Sunday will include historical demonstrators, Civil War and World War II soldiers and displays, classic cars, Studebaker club and other miscellaneous displays. Food will be available for purchase. The Mill Road Band will provide entertainment. Admission is by donation, which is greatly appreciated.
Breathe. Touch. Wander. Listen. Heal.
Our September Pop Up event combines an outdoor yoga class taught by Heidi Eldred, with Shinrin-yoku, a meditative and mindful walk led by Therese Oldenburg, Wisconsin Master Naturalist and Founder of Be Active Outdoors.
Shinrin-yoku is a rapidly growing form of wellness, mindfulness and health care that mobilizes the healing powers of nature and forests.
We'll meet at Big Hill Park – take a right just as you enter the park, we’ll be in the parking area near the cabin, on far right side of park at the top.
Yoga: All level Vinyasa Slow Flow
Walking Distance: Less than one mile, easy terrain
This event is weather permitting, rain date is same location on 10/4/15 from 3:00-5:00 p.m.. Check Beloit Pop Up Yoga on Facebook for the lastest scheduling information.
BMHS Dinner Theater Fundraiser: Murder, Mutiny & Mayhem!!
Greg Wallendall and his cast will thrill you with a murder mystery performance as you dine in the comfortable surroundings of the Castle at 501 Prospect in Beloit! Also, a silent auction will be in progress throughout the event. All proceeds go to support the BMHS Theater Department trip to Scotland next year! For more info, visit: http://www.sdb.k12.wi.us/domain/90
$60 a team. Sign up for kickball league on Tuesdays and save $25. Suggested age is 13 and up
$125 per team. Sign up for Wiffleball League also and save $25
Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School Celebrates 60 years! (Alumni Reunion)
9/18-Social gathering at The Rock Bar and Grill 6:30pm
9/19-Dinner and Dance at OLA School (ticket required) after 5:00pm mass
9/20-Reception and Open House at OLA School after 8:00 and 10:30 masses
Thunder on the Rock
On Saturday September 19 & 20, stop by the Rock River just south of the Ken Hendricks Bridge from 11am-5pm to watch the boat races.The event includes: stock outboard, modified outboard, junior classes and more. You can visit the pits, see the boats and meet the drivers. Seating will be available on the east side of the river near the bridge.
After party Saturday night at the Rock Bar & Grill. The event starts at 7:00 pm and will feature Johnny Can't Stop.
Why We Love the Packers - Tailgate in the Library
For all ages. Tailgate in the library with brats and hot dogs. Then hear about “Why We Love the Packers!” with Jim Rice. The program features 300 photos of the team's great games, players and iconic moments. Ticket is required to attend. Pick up your free tickets at the library starting September 14. Limit 2 per person.
Ghost Hunt at Hanchett-Bartlett Homestead
The Society for Anomalous Studies (SAS) and the Beloit Historical Society invite you to participate in a paranormal investigation of the Hanchett-Bartlett Homestead.
This is your opportunity to be one of a small group who will experience a real and hands- on paranormal investigation. See for yourself how the SAS team utilizes its equipment (IR video cameras, full spectrum camcorders, audio recorders, EMF meters, Spirit boxes and more) in a search for possible evidence that spirits may be present at the homestead.
Join us also for the evidence Reveal on October 23rd! Ghost Hunters get free entry with the purchase of their investigation ticket.
Tickets are $50 for members, $60 for non-members. Tickets are limited to just 25 per night. Hunters will be divided into groups of five guest hunters and one SAS hunt leader.
Tickets can be purchased online with paypal or at the Beloit Historical Society, 845 Hackett St., Beloit, WI. 608-365-7835. http://www.beloithistoricalsociety.com/events.php#ghosthunt
1st Brigade Band-Making History Live
For all ages. Join the 1st Brigade Band as they MAKE HISTORY LIVE by presenting period brass band music, performed on antique instruments. Attired in uniforms and gowns, the Band's musicians, color guard, and costumed ladies take you back to the 1860's; to that turbulent era known as the Civil War. Join us as we commemorate the last year of the Civil War! Ticket required. Pick up your free tickets starting September 21. Limit 2 per person
An Autumn Retreat/Pinecones-Twigs-and Mason Jar Art
Who thought with a little paint and some pinecones you can have zinnias that never fade? Spice up your bouquet with a rustic stem and vase made from a mason jar! Add vintage fabric, burlap, lace, ribbon and buttons to create a beautiful fall centerpiece. Come create with me. No experience necessary!
First Amendmant Movie Marathon
Celebrate Banned Books Week by seeing films based on a banned books. For Adults. Movie treats, No admission charge. See our website for movie titles. www.beloitlibrary.org
Frank Lloyd Wright Bus Trip
The innovative architecture and decorating of Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as exhibits of his drawings and memorabilia, will be featured on a Beloit Historical Society-sponsored bus trip to the SC Johnson complex and Wingspread in Racine on Monday, Sept. 28.
The bus will leave the Beloit Wal-Mart parking lot at 8 a.m. and return there about 5 p.m. Cost is $50 for members and $55 for non-members payable to BHS. Name, address, phone and email address should be included with reservations. Payment may be mailed to the Lincoln Center, 845 Hackett St., Beloit, WI 53511. Or purchase tickets online at http://www.beloithistoricalsociety.com/events.php with paypal.
Reservation deadline is Sept. 21. For information call 365-7835. Some walking and stairs are part of the tour.
Included in the cost is chicken and ham lunch at the Reefpoint Brew House overlooking Lake Michigan and the marina.
The tour features the SC Johnson administration building including first-ever public tours of the refurbished Research Tower. Guests will also see an exhibit at Fortaleza Hall called “At Home with Frank Lloyd Wright” as well as the Golden Rondelle Theater, originally the SC Johnson pavilion for the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, but later redesigned by Taliesin Associated Architects and used today as a theater.
After lunch the tour moves to Wingspread, built for the SC Johnson family in 1939. With 14,000 square feet, it is the largest of Wright’s prairie-style houses. Visitors will see such highlights as a disappearing dining table, cantilevered balcony and teepee-inspired ceiling. The family resided there until the 1950s.
FABL Film Night
Great films, movie treats, free! For adults.
See our website for details - www.beloitlibrary.org
Frenchman's Frolic Fall Paddle Trip to Macktown
Ghost Hunt Reveal Dinner
The Society for Anomalous Studies (SAS, sasghostresearch.com) and the Beloit Historical Society and a small group of guest hunters held a paranormal investigation of the Hanchett-Bartlett Homestead over two nights in September. Now, after weeks of analysis, SAS returns to reveal highlights of the night.
Come hear how the SAS team and BHS hunters utilized equipment (IR video cameras, full spectrum camcorders, audio recorders, EMF meters, Spirit boxes and more), see the evidence collected, and hear stories from the hunters.
Tickets are $35 for members, $40 for non-members. Seats can be purchased by mailing payment to BHS, 845 Hackett St. Beloit, WI 53511 or online via PayPal at http://www.beloithistoricalsociety.com/events.php
Please specify if you would like roast chicken or beef when making your reservations.
Join the Society for Anomalous Studies as we explore the history, techniques, and equipment used to capture evidence of paranormal activity. Hear and see intriguing evidence captured from abandoned prisons, asylums and haunted locations right here in Wisconsin.
Second Annual Women's Fund Luncheon
Join the Women's Fund of the Stateline Community Foundation for our Second Annual Fundraising Luncheon, at the new Beloit Club! Read more about us online- http://statelinecf.org/womens-fund/