Mama Mia coming to Badger High School and it’s a big deal.
Fall Musical: Badger High School’s Drama Department presents “Mama Mia” at Badger High School’s auditorium at 7 p.m., on November 8th through November 10th. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors/students, and Badger HS students are free. The Drama students work hard to put on a great show for the community, so come out and show your support.
Dine Around the Lake.
This is a lot like Lake Geneva’s Restaurant week. This is a Walworth county event and includes other restaurants, not just the ones around Geneva Lake. The 5th Annual Dine Around the Lakes started Friday, November 2nd, but it is not over yet. It runs for the rest of the week and through the weekend, ending on Sunday, November 11th. There is still time to enjoy some great deals at the many participating restaurants in Walworth County.
Some of the great establishments that are a part of this week are 240° West and the Waterfront at The Abby Resort; Crafted Americana at The Ridge; Grand Café at the Grand Geneva Resort; The Grandview at The Geneva Inn; The Frontier at Lake Lawn. Barrique Bistro & Wine Bar, Boat House, The Bottle Shop; Flat Iron Tap; Hawk’s View, Hunt Club Steakhouse; Red Geranium and Stefana’s in Lake Geneva, Café Calamari and Harpoon Willie’s in Williams Bay; The Trout House at Rushing Waters, Palmyra, and Royal Oak Farm Country Kitchen in Hebron Road Harvard IL.
Cartoon of the Week
This powerfully built 1600-pound bucking bull, named for the black patch around his left eye, and like a real pirate, championed the idea of freedom. Pirata bolted from the Bucking Bulls Ranch located at the corner of Springfield and Willow Bend Road in Geneva Township, around 5:30 pm Sunday. It isn’t often one sees a bull running loose, however according to the Town of Geneva Police, they get calls regarding loose or running animals more often than you would think. Sunday evening, Pirata, either looking for greener grass or his two minutes of fame, made it over Interstate 43, and headed for highway NN east of Elkhorn, where he spent the night presumably in a cornfield. Monday morning, Pirata was seen in a field behind Lakeland School. At approximately high noon, the owner and a ranch hand from Bucking Bulls Ranch, on horseback, lassoed the big bull and trailered him back to the ranch where GSR reporters caught up to him. Pirata was unharmed, and caused no damage, as far as we could tell, and was placed back into his little stall where he appeared to be pouting like a scolded child.