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Come make a splash, dive in and experience a tail-waggin good time. This game we are saying thank you. Join us for military appreciation.
Come make a splash, dive in and experience a tail-waggin good time. It's Weiner Wednesday at the park so come check it out!
Come make a splash, dive in and experience a tail-waggin good time. Join us for our special school day game.
The Oconomowoc Area Historical Society and Museum is available to serve many purposes, as a community resource and learning center, committed to historic preservation and research; and to inspire and encourage curiosity and passion for our historic Oconomowoc Area treasures.
Downtown Campus Parking Lot across from the Oconomowoc Community Center
The Oconomowoc Farmers' Markets are committed to being the source for fresh, local and healthy food for our community.
Join the OCO for a program that brings the warmth of the orchestral strings, a beautiful Memorial Tribute featuring a video with local images, and a musical welcome to... Baseball and the Oconomowoc Dockhounds. Repertoire features: Bach 'Wachet Auf' Cantata Op. 140 (Sleepers Awake), Elgar Serenade for Strings, Mahler Adagietto from Symphony #5, American Sketches, Take Me Out to the Ballgame, Field of Dreams - Theme, Bugler's Holiday and a special version of Fanfare for Lake Country.
Roberta Carpenter conducts.
For more information visit www.oconchamberorch.org
Roosevelt Park Ball Diamond
The Adult Five Os Baseball Team takes on the Dousman Frogs
City Beach Band Shell
Oconomowoc's traditional Memorial Day Remembrance.
Event begins at the band shell with a concert by the Legion Band followed by a processional through downtown stopping at the bridge on Walnut Street and then ending in the La Belle Cemetery.