wisconsin: Improving curb appeal in a Wisconsin winter - 02/11/10 05:07 AM
The days are growing longer, but we are still in the depths of winter here in Green County. Helping a home to have some curb appeal this time of year is a bit harder than in the summer months with gardens blooming, but it is still possible to do things to help.
Clear your driveway, sidewalks and porches of all snow and ice. Get out there right away after a snow storm to clean them off. If you do get a buildup in ice in spots from driving into the garage or people walking on the sidewalk, pick up a scraper … (1 comments)

wisconsin: Wisconsin Market Statistics, July 2008 - 07/23/08 06:50 AM
Browsing through the Wisconsin Realtor Association website recently, I came across a number of very interesting facts about the current real market in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin real estate market is more stable than many in the nation, and we continue to outperform many states. During 2007, the average home price in Wisconsin remained essentially stable, rising .2 percent. There are areas of declining prices in Wisconsin, but as a rule, home are worth more than they were three years ago, even in the areas of decline.
Locally, the statistics show this stability. During the first quarter of 2008 in Green … (1 comments)

wisconsin: Cinco de Mayo celebration - 05/03/08 07:10 AM
In the spirit of acknowledging and celebrating our growing diversity here in Green and Lafayette Counties, Monroe is hosting its second annual Cinco de Mayo celebration this weekend.Come downtown on Sunday, May 4 from 1 until 4 pm for fun for the entire family.  There will be live music by New Song, games and activities for the children and a food stand hosted by the Noon Optimists Club.  We went to last year's event and enjoyed it tremendously.After the Cinco de Mayo event, continue your multi-cultural experience by walking down to Turner Hall for their Dance'n'Dine featuring the music of the … (0 comments)

wisconsin: Spring Fever - 04/19/08 09:06 AM
Spring has finally sprung here in Cheese Country. After the long, hard winter we have had here, people are peeking outside, eager to start the spring activities. Tops on the list of many people in our area is working in the garden.
The garden center choices in our area are numerous. Up in New Glarus, Brenda's Blumenladen is loaded with plants, trees, shrubs and garden ornaments. Near Brodhead on Greenbush Rd, Ahrens Acres is a full service greenhouse as well. Just west of Monticello on Hwy N, Garden Path Greenhouses is a popular spot. A few miles north of New … (2 comments)

wisconsin: Vote for the Best of Green County - 04/07/08 09:00 AM
The Green County Tourism board is taking votes for a "Best of Green County" contest. You can vote online here. They cover it all, from favorite festival to best outdoor dining to best local cheese. Vote in one category or all twenty-seven, but go vote. Tell us all about your favorite hidden gems in the area. Some of my favorites include the following: Best Burger - The Gridiron in Brodhead, under new management. The burgers are thick and really good. Best Special Occasion Restaurant - The Dining Room at 209 Main in Monticello. Few would expect an elegant restaurant of this … (0 comments)

wisconsin: Things to do - 03/29/08 05:10 AM
If you are looking for something new and different to do in the next week, the following events are going on area:~The Gem, Mineral and Fossil show is happening Saturday, March 29 and Sunday, March 30 at the High School. Sponsored by the Badger Lapidary Society, there are hands on activities for the kids like panning gold. It is a fun way to explore earth sciences.~ The Monroe City Band is having a Cabaret Night at Turner Hall on Saturday, March 29. It starts at 8 pm and tickets are available at the door for $6.~ Toffler's Pub and Grill in … (0 comments)

 
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