Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas Past

Mary Alice Moore, the Archives Curator at the Mineral Point Public Library, thoughtfully creates a new presentation each month in the library’s three display cases, one on each floor. Recent showcases have included the subjects of vintage football, Japan, and Ava and Max Fernekes. This month you’ll … Continue reading

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Christmas All Year Long

There’s a place in town where it always feels like Christmas, and that’s Berget Jewelers. The Berget’s building at 257 High Street was built in the 1840’s, and is one of the oldest buildings on High Street.  Over the years … Continue reading

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Filmzmp Is A Go

filmzmp exceeded its financial goal and is good to go. The group has over seventy members, and will continue to welcome newcomers. filmzmp will kick off the 2015 season, on Sunday, January 11th, with a screening of “The Auction.” Click here … Continue reading

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Soup’s On!

Today’s Wisconsin State Journal recognized what many here already know – that the Gray Dog Deli has great soup. Click here to read the article, which features Soup Chef Tasha Goral’s “Gray Dog Chicken Barley Chowder.” This is just one of many … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Feel Like A Nutcracker

Attending the Nutcracker Ballet is one of the best ways to get in the holiday spirit. Tchaikovsky’s magical Christmas fairy tale ballet is sure to leave visions of sugar plums dancing in your head. This weekend, the Nutcracker returns to … Continue reading

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