Wed Feb 17
College Goal Wisconsin is a national event that provides free information and assistance to families needing to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
Thu Feb 18
The Planned Giving Council of South Central Wisconsin offers members a quarterly meeting for training and discussion. Contact is Tut Gramling at 608-448-9752 or email@example.com
Topic: Agricultural Tourism: revitalizing our rural landscape
Donna Neuwirth and Jay Salinas, founders of the Wormfarm Institute, creators of Fermentation Fest, and the popular Farm/Art...
Fri Feb 26
Volunteers will read from "A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and a Prayer," a collection of monologues by various authors. This event is to raise awareness and call for an end to violence against...
Thu Mar 3
Dr. Melissa Hage, UW-Baraboo/Sauk County professor of Geology, will present "Ancient Oceans & Atmosphere: Stories from the 1.9 Billion-year-old Gunflint Iron Formation."
Pollinators, plants and neonicotinoids: what's the latest?
Presenter: Susan Carpenter, UW Arboretum naturalist
Wed Mar 16
Threatened species, provate lands and Leopold's Land Ethic
Presenter: Dr. Stan Temple, Beers-Bascom Professor Emeritus in Conservation, UW-Madison
Held in the Lecture Hall of the new...
Wed Mar 30
Ebony Stewart has been a touring performance arts spoken word poet and active artist in the Central Texas slam poetry scene and theater arts community for over ten years. Her website is: http://...
Wed Apr 6
The Spring Preview day is the perfect time to explore UW-Baraboo/Sauk County and see whether this campus is a good "fit" for you. Enjoy a tour of the campus, and the opportunity to learn about...
Wed Apr 13
Fri Apr 15
UW-Baraboo/Sauk County's University Theatre is proud to present its spring musical: "Spring Awakening."
Thu Apr 21
The Grape and Gourmet Gala is UW-BSC Foundation's annual event held to raise money for student scholarships. This elegant evening will be held at Trapper's Turn in Wisconsin Dells. For more...
Tue Apr 26
Dr. Michael Jacobs, UW-Baraboo/Sauk County professor of History, will present "Presidential History as Predictor of 2016 Elections."
Wed May 18
The Planned Giving Council of South Central Wisconsin offers a quarterly meeting, training and discussion. Contact is Tut Gramling at 608-448-9752 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sat May 21
Join the Class of 2016 in celebrating their graduation from UW-Baraboo/Sauk County. The commencement speaker will be Edmund Manydeeds, graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and member...