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Westby Curdmobile in town April 14-15

The Driftless Wisconsin Wine & Cheese Trail will hold its second of three special Trail Event Weekends on April 14-15, with special activities at 14 businesses including Westby Cooperative Creamery.

Stop by to sip and savor area specialities. The Westby Creamery Curdmobile will be on Main Street both days, along with local craft vendors.

For more information on events at Westby Cooperative Creamery call (608) 634-3183. More information about the trail can be found at and

Young Adult Game Night in Westby on April 21

As part of ongoing “Building Relationships and Community” series designed to spreading kindness, Borgen’s Café in Westby will be hosting a special Young Adult Game Night on Saturday, April 21, from 5-10 p.m.

It is a night to gather in friendship. There will be while playing a variety of board games, including a poker table and a lots cards, without actually gambling. The event is for young adults ages 17-22 (no young children please).

This is a free event, with snacks and beverages provided.

For more information call Jessica Godbold at 634-6185.

MCV Church students rummage sale April 21

Middle Coon Valley Lutheran Church high school youth will hold their annual church rummage sale at the Coon Valley Village Hall, 108 Roosevelt Street, Coon Valley on Saturday, April 21, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

This is a freewill offering sale with all proceeds dedicated to help fund the youth trip to the ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston Texas in June. A total of 10 high school youth and three adults will participate in the trip.

Donation items can be dropped off at the Coon Valley Village Hall Friday afternoon, April 20. All unsold items from the rummage sale will be donated to Bethel Butikk in Westby.

Please contact Bonnie Peterson at 608 452-3897 if you need further information or have items to donate.

UMC Pie & Ice Cream Social, April 21

The Westby United Women of Faith will be holding their annual Pie and Ice Cream Social on Saturday, April 21, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Faith United Methodist Church, S3297 Salem Ridge Road, rural La Farge.

The social will include BBQ, chips, pie and ice cream and beverages. The meal is a free will offering with proceeds going to the Women of Faith organization.

Stoughton Dancers in Westby, April 22

Westby Syttende Mai is sponsoring the Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers at the Westby Area Performing Arts Center on Sunday, April 22 at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Reserve your seat at Tickets are $10 (Adult); $5 (ages 5 to 17); Free for ages 5 and under.

Register now for swimming lessons in Westby

A complete packet of all upcoming summer school courses will be available soon, but due to online registration methods, the school district must first register all American Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program swimming students. Registration for all other classes will occur in May.

All swimming classes are group lessons with an average of 5-7 students per class. For safety reasons, all students must be a minimum of 45 inches tall to register for Level 1 or above classes. Any student who cannot touch the bottom or is fearful will be placed in the Water Adjustment class.

Online swimming registration must be submitted by May 1. All late registration for swimming will only be accepted at the Westby Pool on June 11 and June 25 or by calling the Westby Pool at 634-4200.

For more information contact Westby Elementary School at (608) 634-0500.


Westby Times editor

Dorothy Robson is editor of the Westby Times. Contact her at 608-637-5625.

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