Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Good Sign

Recently, people have reported seeing a rare white deer on the outskirts of town. While it is good luck to catch a glimpse of the elusive white deer, it is extremely bad luck (and illegal) to kill one.  It’s like … Continue reading

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As you stroll through the Mineral Point Farmer’s Market this morning with your mini quiche and your coffee in hand, check out the scrap metal assemblages of market newcomer David Fritsch. His pieces come in a variety of sizes, and … Continue reading

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Rain or Shine – There Will Be Music This Weekend

Start off the weekend by packing a picnic and heading to Orchard Lawn for the Mineral Point Historical Society’s Jammin’ on the Porch.  Playing tonight, Friday July 11, 2014, are the Basin Street Boys, a dixieland band with a modern twist. … Continue reading

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Magical Fireworks

Last night on High Street, photographer Michael Smith captured the beauty and magic of the Mineral Point fireworks. For more of Michael’s work, visit him weekly at the Mineral Point Farmer’s Market, or click here to check out the Facebook … Continue reading

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Happy 4th!

Mineral Point’s High Street was picture perfect today! Photographer Leah Crubel captured the beginning of the 4th of July parade by standing on the hilltop where tonight’s fireworks will be launched.  For more of Leah’s photos, click here to go … Continue reading

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