Chamber of Commerce

Contact the Chamber at

Upcoming Events:

4th of July
Parade Entries:

Contact Brodhead
Chamber of Commerce
Or Call Doug Pinnow,
Parade Chairman
at 608-558-0612
or email:
Parade will be held
on July 4th, 2017
Starting at Noon with
lineup at the old water
tower & W Third Ave.
North through
North Town to end
of Legion Ball
Park on Cty E.
Horse entries
please provide
waste pickup.

Brodhead Historical Society
Depot Museum 
Open Every Wednesday,
Saturday, Sunday
& Holidays through
October 8th, 2017
1 - 4 p.m.

Sunday, June 25
Twilight In The Park
Concert 6:00-8:00 pm
The Dang-Its
Honkey Tonk, Western Swing
Veterans Park

Sunday, July 2
Twilight In The Park
Concert 6:00-8:00 pm
Matthew Wundrow Band
Waltzes, polkas, some country & swing
Decatur 4-H serving hot dogs,
chips, baked goods & lemonade

Veterans Park

Sunday, July 9
Twilight In The Park
Concert 6:00-8:00 pm
Rock Rebel Junction
Pre Rockabilly
FFA Alumni serving pork chops,
brats, popcorn, lemonade & water

Veterans Park

Sunday, July 16
Twilight In The Park
Concert 6:00-8:00 pm
Zweifel Bros./State Line Play Boys
Variety of polkas, waltzes and yodeling
Optimists Annual Pig Roast, 4-6pm
pie & ice cream 6-8

Veterans Park


About the Wildflower Art Festival

Wildflower Art Festival Logo

2017 Festival August 12!

Artists - Click here to download application

The Wildflower Art Festival, sponsored by the Brodhead Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with its annual Covered Bridge Days celebration, is held annually on the second Saturday of August.  It is a high-quality, juried art show that has drawn high praise from artists and the public alike. 

Saturday morning set-upOrganized by artists who have been on the art show circuit for many years, the first priority was to provide a venue that would include everything that artists hope for, including a level, grassy, shady location, optional Friday set-up, large (14X14) booth spaces, help with unloading and transporting their goods, cash awards, and purchase awards, to name a few. 

Festival TentsThe community has been very supportive of  the Wildflower Art Festival, and the thousands of people who come to town for Covered Bridge Days are excited to have this show taking place on that weekend.  The customers who attend for the first time express appreciation for the high quality of the art that is displayed.  Return attendees enjoy the variety of items offered as well as seeing many familiar artists along with a large number of new, first-time exhibitors.

WAF Park SignExtensive advertising, including newspaper, WAF Awardradio, posters, and banners in the park as well as at each end of town brings more and more people to the show each year as it establishes a reputation as a premier art show.  We hope to see you there!