• Edgerton School District Freshman Summit

    Attention all 8th graders and parents/guardians in the Edgerton School District: EHS Welcomes the Class of 2025 to Freshman Summit! If you know…


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  • Harvest Fest 2021

    Silverwood Harvest Fest has been an annual tradition at Silverwood Park just north of Edgerton for over eight years. The event has been open to the public and free. It features live entertainment, food, and booths selling artisan goods, vegetables, honey and flowers. This year Friends of Silverwood Park invites the community to join them at Harvest Fest on Sep 25, 2021 from 11-4.  Grower partners at the park will be selling their organic produce and flowers grown at the park, but sharing harvest is just the start.  Here are some of the many activities and events planned for Harvest Fest this year: Local music by Comin’ in Hot - thanks to Blackhawk Community Credit Union for sponsoring! Oak savanna restoration walk at 11:30 and 1:30 led by the Silverwood woods restoration team Dr. Susan DeVries, professor of Biology at UW-Whitewater, presenting on preparing your backyard to support wintering birds, Stonehouse Visitors’ Center at 3:00 Agroforestry exhibit by Savanna Institute Beekeeping demonstration by Tracy and Kevin Prill, Indigenous Corn Braiding with Dan Cornelius, Intertribal Agriculture Council Heirloom Apple Exhibit by Dan Bussey, author of The Illustrated History of Apples in America and Canada. Artisan vendors Showing of the educational documentary, Kiss the Ground: The Solution Is Right Under Our Feet, shown at noon and 1:00 in the Stonehouse Visitors’ Center Children’s Activities Food and beverages including, homemade pies by Silverwood Friend’s members and volunteers Basic’s Cooperative Organic Food and Table Chef Yusuf Bin-Rella, Slow Foods with Intertribal Agriculture Council   Want to get involved in selling, presenting or volunteering?  Contact Katie@silverwoodpark.org. Bring your friends and family to check out this free, fun and educational event at Silverwood Park.   These photos from past years will give you an idea what you might find going on at Silverwood Park that day. Pie and ice cream booth   Silent auction in the Stonehouse Visitors Center   Kids' crafts   Music, food, vegetable, and craft booths   Return to Events page


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  • Tales in the Park

    As part of the Edgerton Public Library Summer Reading Program, Librarian Kirsten is visiting a different park in Edgerton each week to share stories, songs, and activities….


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  • Edgerton Summer School

    Edgerton School District and Friends of Silverwood Park (FoSP) are collaborating on two summer school opportunities for students grade K-8. Students in the district have received information about summer…


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  • Mushroom Inoculation Workshop

    Come out to Silverwood Park and learn about mushroom culture! Inoculate your own log for $20 OR pick up an oak log pre-inoculated with Shiitake inoculant for…


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  • Mushroom Inoculation Workshop (choose from 6 days)

    Come out to Silverwood Park and learn about mushroom culture! Inoculate your own log for $20 OR pick up an oak log pre-inoculated with Shiitake inoculant for…


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  • Under in the Mud Story Walk

    The Edgerton Public Library and the The Friends of Silverwood Park are partnering to offer a self-guided experience of enjoying the beautiful picture book, Under in the Mud, while…


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  • Candlelight Hike

    Join Friends of Silverwood Park for a candlelight hike through the agriculture area, prairie, and woods. We will be following Dane County recommendations for social distancing, so sign…


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  • Friday Volunteer Workdays in the Woods

    Piling brush created by certified chain sawyers. Contact Rita Fox for more information at 715-623-7277


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  • Friday Volunteer Workdays in the Woods

    DECEMBER 4TH 9 a.m.-2 p.m.  Piling brush created by certified chain sawyers.  Contact Rita Fox for more information at 715-623-7277


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