Breakfast event held to benefit the programs and services of Beloit Regional Hospice. Enjoy live music, raffles and silent auction as well.
Turtle Creek Paddle and Tube Tours
Paddle and Trail has partnered with The Shopiere Tap and will be offering weekend Kayak and Tube tours on beautiful Turtle Creek! Get shuttled 5 miles up to Clinton for an enjoyable paddle or float down Turtle Creek. Land at The Shopiere Tap, where you can stop in for a some great food and refreshments. Trips will be run on Saturday and Sundays at 10:30am and 2:00pm. Tube trips are $25 per person, Kayak/Canoe are $40 per person. Reservations required, Register online or call Paddle and Trail to book your trip - 855-752-9688
Rock on the Rock
Christians band Include Glenn kaiser National recording artist ,Save by Grace Winner of the Wame award for 2 years in the row,Will Kruger Recording Artiest and song writer from Chicago are a John Denver of sound The Watchman A new and up coming HIP-HOP group for the youth of this generation.More bands are being added FOOD FUN GAMES.Band start at 12 noon both days NO gate free.A family event and alcohol free event.VENDORS WELCOME please Contact me At email@example.com or Pastor Dave at 608-3650365 for more information(attn vendors please contact us for prices and so we check that no other vendor will be doing the same thing
Guided tours of the Beckman Mill
Guided tours of the restored Beckman Mill built in 1868. Also visit the restored building that was once a cooperage and the Beckman family home and now houses information in a museum style. Browse through the gift shop. More info: 608-751-1551 or www.beckmanmill.org
Fur Traders River Run
Starting in Beloit, you’ll follow the fur trader’s trail 6 miles down the Rock River to the historic Macktown Settlement. Joseph Tebo and Stephen Mack, both fur traders were the first white settlers in our area in the early 1830’s. This stretch of river is very wooded, scenic and quiet. You’ll make a short portage at Rockton’s Dam, and continue your journey to Macktown. When you arrive at Macktown, you’ll enjoy wandering around the Settlement, seeing the trading post and Stephen Mack’s home. We’ll pick you up at Macktown and return you to Paddle and Trail of Beloit, where you can stop in for a snack or refreshments. www.macktownlivinghistory.com. Cost is $40 per person. Reservations required, call Paddle and Trail to book your trip - 855-752-9688.
Meeting Point: Paddle and Trail of Beloit, 110 W. Grand Ave. (Parking available in the rear)