Beautifully Ugly:  Apple Diseases and Pests with John Bergman

Beautifully Ugly: Apple Diseases and Pests with John Bergman

Beautifully Ugly: Apple Diseases and Pests with John Bergman. Are the only options Beautifully Ugly Fruit or Fruit sprayed with Pesticides and Fungicides? Do you have questions about your apples? Bring samples to John at Stoney Ridge Fruit Farm for diagnosis and discussion from 9am to 5pm during the Hill and Valley Exploration tour. This photo is of an apple with Sooty Blotch and Fly Speck. Late season application of fungicide will make a more traditionally attractive fruit, but what about the toxic chemicals used? Despair at the choice? Don’t do it! There are other options for reducing damage from disease and pest; John is happy to share his knowledge. Stop on in for the sauce on Apples!

Weston Silver Eagles Badger Honor Run October 13th!

Weston Silver Eagles Badger Honor Run October 13th!

Weston Silver Eagles Badger Honor Run

5K Run/1Mile Walk – October 13, 2018

Location: Weston School – E2511 Hwy. S, Cazenovia, WI 53924

Registration: 7:30-8:15 a.m.

Presentation of Colors & National Anthem: 8:15 a.m.

5K Run: 8:30 a.m.       1 Mile Walk: 8:40 a.m.

Fee: $15 per person/$35 for family

T-shirt included if registered by Sept. 21 (Limit 3 t-shirts per family)

Awards: 9:30 a.m. – Top male and female 5K finisher!   Participation awards for all!

Followed by Weston’s Annual Fall Harvest Festival:  Pancake Breakfast 8:00-11:00 a.m./Family Activities 10:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. All events held on school grounds.

Registration Forms: Available at the Weston elementary and high school offices, on our website www.weston.k12.wi.us or on Weston’s Facebook Page.

If you are unable to attend and would like to make a personal donation, please make checks payable to Weston School District and mail to Weston School District, Attn: Sue Louis, E2511 Hwy. S, Cazenovia, WI 53924.

Questions: Call 608-986-2151 Sue Louis Ext. 120  louis@weston.k12.wi.us or Amanda Keller Ext. 201 akeller@weston.k12.wi.us for additional information.

Cindy Cseri Photography Workshop at Valley Springs Farm and B&B

Cindy Cseri Photography Workshop at Valley Springs Farm and B&B

You Own a DSLR, but your pictures are too light or too dark or fuzzy – Intro to DSLR Photography

If your pictures are too light or too dark, out of focus, and fuzzy, this is the class for you.  Are you shooting your DSLR shoot in Auto or P mode and want to do more with your camera, this is the class for you.  We will explore the concepts of ISO, fstop (aperture) and shutter speed, which will provide you with the basics to create better images and to use more than just the Auto or P settings on your camera.  Capture the baseball in the air, capture the family dog running, capture the senior’s eyes clearly.

I will share basic ‘recipes’ to successfully take:  1.  senior portraits, 2. sporting events, 3. family portraits, 4. pet portraits, and 5.  macro photos (flowers).  Handouts will be provided along with a reference list of outstanding books to learn more.

Course outline:

8:30 am – 9:00 am welcome and introduction

9:00 am – 10:30 am  – ISO, fstop, shutter speed

10:30 am – 10:45 am – break

10:45 am – 12:00 pm – Recipe review

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm – Questions and Answers

Cost:  $35 per person or $20 per 4-H youth

Led by Cindy Cseri – Cindy’s passion lies with capturing landscape images, which has taken her all over the United States.  Her favorite spot is Fairbanks Alaska to photograph the Northern Lights.  She has also dabbled in commercial photography for local businesses.

Quilt Sale at Joyce Ihde Studio at the Old School Art Asylum

Quilt Sale at Joyce Ihde Studio at the Old School Art Asylum

The Creative Christians of St. Peter’s Church of Loganville has been making quilts for those in need for the past 60 years. In 2017, 330 quilts were donated to our local communities. We appreciate all those who donate fabric or buy a quilt to assist our neighbors. All proceeds from these quilts are used to buy batting for this ministry. Quilts are for sale all four days of the Hill and Valley Exploration Tour at Joyce Ihde Studio at the Old School Art Asylum, Lime Ridge.

Music, Pizza and Wine: A Celebration of the 2018 Hill and Valley Exploration Tour and Fundraiser for the 2019 Tour

Music, Pizza and Wine: A Celebration of the 2018 Hill and Valley Exploration Tour and Fundraiser for the 2019 Tour

Welcome all to our 2018 Hill and Valley Exploration Tour Celebration and 2019 Tour Fundraiser Party. This inclusive Party is on the beautiful Narrows Creek Winery Premise. All are Welcome! Local Musicians are playing for your entertainment; Wood‐​​fired Oven Pizza by the Branding Iron Roadhouse, Wisconsin Fruit Wine by Narrows Creek Winery, Craft Beer, Soda, and Water are available for Purchase. A portion of all sales will go toward the 2019 Tour! Come meet your neighbors. Country Fun — Rain or Shine. Ticket Fee is $8 per person. Please no Carry‐​​Ins.  Tickets can be purchased from Brown Paper Tickets with a credit card or with cash from Narrows Creek Winery, Loganville or the Branding Iron Roadhouse, Farm-to-Fork Eatery, Lime Ridge or the Reedsburg Area Chamber of Commerce.

Roberta Condon Pine Needle Basketry

Roberta Condon Pine Needle Basketry

Artist Roberta Condon will be demonstrating Pine Needle Basketry at the Narrows Creek Gardens on all four days of the Hill and Valley Exploration Tour from 10 am to 1pm.  Roberta will also have Christmas Ornaments made from Organic Materials for Sale.  Stop by the Narrows Creek Gardens – Stop #4 on the Hill and Valley Exploration Tour Brochure!

HVET Community Kick Off Event – Sept 29th at 10:30

HVET Community Kick Off Event – Sept 29th at 10:30

You are Invited to the Hill and Valley Community Kick Off Event!

What, Where, & When!

  • Screening of the Farmers for America Documentary followed by a Facilitated Discussion about Local Agriculture with Randy Zogbaum, Madison College Ag Instructor, and a Farm-to-Table Luncheon Provided by the Hill and Valley Exploration Tour Group
  • Saturday, September 29, 2018, 10:30 AM
  • Reedsburg Library, 370 Vine Street, Reedsburg
  • While there is no cost to this event, RESERVATIONS are strongly suggested. Contact Reedsburg Area Chamber of Commerce to make your reservation!