Updated 5/22/15


Wolf River Theatrical Troupe






New London Police Department

Free Bike License

Bring your bike to the N. L. Police Department to 

register your bike for Free.  

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New London Police Department

Old Inactive Cell Phone - Drop off site

Phones collected will be donated to Sexual Assault Crisis Centers, to raise funds for programs at the centers.

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Booklets are available at the New London Public Museum and several shops throughout the New London Area for $1.00. These booklets are of the 2006  Walking Tour of Historic Homes containing a self-guided tour of 15 City of New London historic homes or the 2008 Walking Tour of Historic Downtown providing pictures and history for 22 of our Downtown buildings.   

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New London Park & Recreation

Facility Rentals

Looking for a space to rent for a shower, birthday party or meeting?  We rent our Community Center, Activity Room, Gym and several park shelters.

Rates are

Community Center $25/hour

Gym $25/hour

Activity Room $20/hour

Hatten #2 or Hatten #3 Park Shelter $68/day

Kunkle Shelter at Hatten Park, Pfeifer Shelter or Riverside Shelter $53/day

To register either stop by the Park & Rec office or click here for online registration

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Test your home for Radon Gas

Radon is the leading cause of Lung Cancer among non-smokers.  Testing is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk.

You can purchase radon kits from the New London Municipal Building Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm.  For $6.00 each

Prices are subject to change.  Contact the Municipal Building for correct prices, 920-982-8500

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New London Parks & Recreation

Senior Recreation

Arthritis Foundation Exercise Class

The Arthritis Foundation Exercise class provides gentle motion and activities to help increase range of motion, increase joint flexiblity, and maintain muscle strength.

Mondays and Thursdays 

10:30 - 11:15am

New London Community Center Activity Room - 600 W. Washington St

Fee for 10 Classes: Ages 60 & older - Resident $11.25 / Non-Resident $22.50

Under 60 yrs old  - Resident $22.50 / Non-Resident  $33.75

Tickets must be purchased at the New London Senior Center Office

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New London Public Library



11:00am - 11:30am

Ages birth - 2 with caregiver

No registration is required

Lively, interactive stories, songs and activities for the creepers, crawlers, walkers, and talkers will encourage early language and literacy development.  This is a great way to meet other parents of young children and for babies to socialize.

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Valley VNA’s In-Home Care

Public Foot Care Clinic

New London Senior Center

June 12 / 9am - 12 noon

June 26 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

July 10 / 9am - 12 noon

July 24 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Aug. 14 / 9am - 12 noon

Aug. 28 / 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m

Twenty minute appointments include foot soak, nail trimming and filing, callus reduction, foot massage with lotion and nail care education / referral

Gift certificates are available.

For additional information call Valley VNA Senior Services at (920) 538-2974. 

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center

Fox Valley Memory Café

Wednesdays - June 10, July 8, Aug 12

1:30 – 3:30 p.m

The Fox Valley Memory Cafés welcome those experiencing early stage dementia, mild memory loss or cognitive impairment, as well as family and friends of those affected. It’s a great opportunity for lively discussions, information gathering, refreshments, and lots of creative fun thrown in. We have a gerontology professional on hand to answer questions and an enormous wealth of experience among participants to be shared.  Join us for a program with prizes, refreshments and lots of fun.  We’ll have activities and brainstorm ideas on what you would like to do during future Memory Cafés.  We’ll be on our way to enjoying interesting experiences together and making new friends. 

For additional information click here or contact Pat Lund-Moe at Mosquito Hill Nature Center at (920) 779-6433. 

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New London Public Museum

Collections Exhibit

Friday, Feb. 20th through Friday, June 26th

For additional information contact Christine Cross at (920) 982-8520.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center (MHNC)

Saturday Morning Bird Walks

Saturday, May  23rd, 30th

7 – 10 a.m.  

Join us for any or all of these Saturday morning walks. All skill levels are welcome. Dress for the weather and bring your binoculars (or borrow a pair of ours), field guides and waterproof boots.

There is no charge for this event.  For details call MHNC at (920) 779-6433. 

Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org.

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Rawhide Boys Ranch

Fish Fry

Starting Friday, May 15th

5 - 8 p.m.  

The fish frys are held the third Friday of every month, May through October.

Young men will be serving hand-breaded authentic lake perch, haddock, shrimp and broasted chicken dinners on the Rawhide campus in New London. 

Proceeds benefit the tuition assistance fund.  Come out and enjoy great food, take a tour, and support young men who need a second chance in life! 

For more information, a complete menu or directions to Rawhide, please call (920) 982-6100, or for additional information click here.

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center (MHNC)

Leave No Family Inside: Wisconsin’s Frogs

Saturday, May 23rd

12:30 p.m. – 3 p.m.  

Registration and payment due Saturday, May 16th

A sure sign of spring is the sound of frog calls coming from our lowland forest. Wisconsin is lucky enough to be home to 12 different species of native frogs and you’ll have the opportunity to learn about them all, including how to identify them by sight and sound. After an indoor presentation with naturalist Jessica Miller, we’ll venture outside to find and listen to frogs singing on the nature center property.  

The cost is $6 per person and $10per households.  

For additional information call MHNC at (920) 779-6433. Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org

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American Cancer Society / Relay for Life New London

13th Annual Motorcycle Rodeo and Silly Human Tricks

Saturday, May 23rd

Bean City Bar & Grill

Registration will begin at 11 a.m. and games will begin at 1 p.m.

A motorcycle is not needed to compete – many games can be played without a motorcycle.  

There will be raffles, music, beverages and food. 

All proceeds will benefit the New London Relay for Life.  

Vendors are welcome, if interested in being a vendor, call Randy at (920) 982-4662.

For additional information click here.

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Memorial Day Observance

Monday, May 25th

Taft Park

9 a.m. 

This year’s observance will not include a parade, just the program in Taft Park. 

Following the program in Taft Park a brief Memorial Day ceremony will be held at Floral Hill Cemetery (weather permitting).  Participants and guests are also invited to attend this ceremony. 

In the event of inclement weather the ceremonies will be held at the Legion Post 263 Hall located at 840 E. North Water St. in New London. 

For additional information, contact Don Schmoll at (920) 572-0158.

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New London American Legion Post 263 and Auxiliary


For veterans, their families and the general public

Monday, May 25th

Following Memorial Day ceremonies at Taft Park and Floral Hill Cemetery.

At the American Legion Post 263 Hall, 840 E. North Water St., New London

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Mosquito Hill Nature Center (MHNC)

Backpacking Basics on a Budget 

Saturday, June 6th

1 – 4 p.m.   

Registration and payment due Saturday, May 30th.  

Have you ever wanted to try backpacking or backpack camping but didn’t know where to begin? Instructor and outdoor enthusiast, Tiffany Schulz, will cover the basics on how to plan your own backpacking trip, as well as equipment. Participants will practice packing both internal and external frame backpacks in addition to learning about traveling light and on a budget.  

The cost is $6 per person and $4 for students, seniors, FOMH.

For additional information call MHNC at (920) 779-6433. Program schedules are subject to change, so please call MHNC in advance or e-mail them at mary.swifka@outagamie.org

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New London Tourism Commission

Concert in Taft Park

Thursdays during June, July and August


Bring your chair or blanket, bug spray and sit back and enjoy! 

For your convenience First Merit Bank has offered the use of their parking lot for parking on the nights of the events. In the event of inclement weather we will place a sign in Taft Park to indicate that the events have been moved indoors.  Our rain location for all concerts will be Familiar Grounds.

For additional information contact the Chamber at (920) 982-5822.

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Forward New London Group

Wolf River Market Place

Open weekly on Saturdays starting Saturday, June 6th through Oct. 24th 

8 a.m. – 2 p.m. 

They are currently looking for vendors with art, crafts, jewelry, produce, or woodworking items to sell.  They will also accept fundraising groups.  The cost if $5.00 (to cover advertising costs). 

To register or for more information call First Merit Bank at (920) 982-4410.

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Wolf River Classic Chevy Club and the New London Jaycees

30th Annual Car Show

Sunday, June 7th

Hatten Park

For additional information, click here or call Mike at (920) 572-5140 or Don at (920) 427-1344

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New London Heritage Historical Society

Open House

Sunday, June 7th, June 21st, July 5th

1 – 4 p.m.

Village, located at 900 Montgomery St

For additional information call Bob Polaske at (920) 982-5186 or the Depot at (920) 982-8557.

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New London Youth Baseball (NLYB)

Bulldog Bash Tournament

For 7, 8 and 9 year olds 

Pfeifer Park

Click here for information and the registration form.  

In the event there is a huge response to one or both of the tournaments and Pfeifer Park couldn’t accommodate all of the games, Memorial Park would be used for overflow games. 

For additional information contact Paul Freeman at (920) 250-0375.

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New London Aquatic & Fitness Center

Beach Party

Friday, June 12th

1:15 – 3:15 p.m.  

Celebrate the start of summer with the Lifeguards! Sand art creations and the cannonball and coloring contests return.  

For additional information call (920) 982-8524.

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American Cancer Society New London 

Relay for Life 

‘Fight Back’

Friday, June 12th

New London Middle School track

6 p.m.

Honorary Chairperson and cancer survivor Cheryl Seelig will share her story.

Each relay team chose a color to represent a certain type of cancer, reflecting the 2015 theme, ‘Colors of Hope’. Relay for Life is a fundraising event to support the American Cancer Society’s lifesaving mission. Walking or running around the track to raise funds for the American Cancer Society research and survivor support still remains. Support this Relay for Life fundraiser by purchasing food, cancer support related items, silent auction items (need not be present to win) children’s novelties, luminaries, and more. Closing ceremonies take place at midnight.

For additional information call ACS Relay Specialist Dave Lardinois at  (920) 321-1368, or visit www.relayforlife.org/newlondonwi.

To register your team or for more information, visit RelayForLife.org, call (800) 227-2345 or Contact Billie Jo Thompson – Event Chairperson at (920) 472-9636 or e-mail: billiejo98@yahoo.com

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Fehlberg Memorial Veteran’s Ride Committee

7th Annual Motorcycle Charity Ride

Saturday, June 13th

This ride offers an opportunity for motorcyclists and motorcyclists at heart to get together to help raise money for our Veterans.

This year the event will be funded through a raffle for $10,000 cash, rider registration fees, bucket raffles and other miscellaneous donations. The event starts out with a 125 mile ride followed by a meal and entertainment.  All raffle ticket proceeds from the $10,00 cash prize are donated to the Old Glory Honor Flight. 

.  If you would like to support our Veterans, you can register for the ride on June 13th beginning at 9 a.m. at Crystal Falls Banquet Hall.  The 7th Annual Fehlberg Memorial Veteran’s Ride will be leaving Crystal Falls at approximately 11 a.m. 

For more details click here or visit our Facebook page at: www.Facebook.com/FehlbergMemorialVeteransRide

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New London Youth Baseball (NLYB)

Bulldog Bash Tournament

10, 11 and 12

Beginning Friday, June 19th through Sunday, June 21st

Pfeifer Park

In the event there is a huge response to the tournament and Pfeifer Park couldn’t accommodate all of the games, Memorial Park would be used for overflow games.

For additional information contact Paul Freeman at (920) 250-0375.

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Wolf River Men's Club

June Dairy Brunch

Sunday, June 28th

8 a.m. - 12 Noon

Learman-Schaller VFW Post #2732

Tickets will be available at the door with pricing as follows: adults $8.00, children $.25 per year to age 12.  

Stop by the VFW to enjoy a delicious breakfast celebrating June Dairy Month.

Proceeds will go towards the Wolf River Men’s Club scholarship fund.

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New London Parks & Recreation Department

4th of July Celebration

Saturday, July 4th

Cottrill Field located in Hatten Park Stadium

Gates open at 5:30 p.m.  / 

The grand fireworks show will begin at 9:45 p.m.  

Admission is FREE.  

Music by The Deyz at 6 p.m. as well as free kids carnival games. 

Food and refreshments made available by the Hatten Stadium Foundation with all proceeds going to the stadium renovation project; no carry-ins please. 

Come early to get a great seat in the stands or on the field; don’t forget your lawn chairs, blankets and bug spray and settle in for an outstanding display.  

The rain date will be Saturday, July 6th.  

No animals permitted per Ordinance 9.41. 

For additional information or contact the Parks & Recreation Department at (920) 982-8521.

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43rd Annual Iola Old Car Show and Swap Meet

Thursday, July 9th through Saturday, July 11th

Iola Old Car Show Grounds

Midwest’s largest Old Car Show and Swap Meet is held annually the 2nd weekend of July. 

Feature exhibit this year will be “Pace & Race”.  Show cars 1990 and older will be classified as Post-War, Pre-War, Modified, All-Original and Blue Ribbon Concours. The show has a “Teamed to Learn” education tent, 4,430 Swap Meet Spaces, Car Corral area with vehicles 2000 and older.

Great food and camping is available. 

Daily Admission is $8, a 3 Day Pass is $15 and age 10 and under are free.  

For additional information call (715) 445-4000 or visitwww.iolaoldcarshow.com or E-mail questions to  information@iolaoldcarshow.com.

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New London Public Museum

New London Photographers Exhibit

Monday, July 13th through Friday, Jan. 15th

For additional information contact Christine Cross at (920) 982-8520.

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New London Aquatic & Fitness Center

Water Carnival

Monday, July 20th

1:15 – 3:15 p.m.  

The cost is $2 per person.  

Beat the heat of summer playing water games outside and cooling off in the outdoor Splash-pad and indoor pool! Warm up your throwing arm for the Dunk tank!

Have a hot dog and a drink at the mini-concession stand and, of course enjoy a freezer pop for only $.25.  

For additional information call (920) 982-8524.

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