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


Educational Activities


EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES                                                                                 

Swamp MilkweedThe Wildflower Festival was added to Covered Bridge Days in 2011 to raise awareness and promote enjoyment of the many native plantings that have been installed around Brodhead in the past several years.  Planting native species is very important to the environment not only for the beauty they provide, but also for their value in preventing rainwater run-off and attracting beneficial insects such as bees and butterflies.

 Various activities have taken place during this Festival, including interactive tours of native plantings around the Brodhead schools, the Brodhead Public Library, and the UCC church. Visits to the pond at the library, feeding the spiders, scavenger hunts, and other fun activities for all ages have been presented.

Plant tour

    Library Pond




                                                                                  The 2016 Wildflower Festival will feature "Wildflowers of Putnam Park," a tour of native plantings for all ages at 10:30 on Sunday morning, August 14, in Putnam Park, part of the Pearl Island Recreational Corridor project.  Environmentalist extraordinaire, Paul Roemer, will lead this interesting exploration.  

Library flowers  AT ANY TIME, any day, you can take a relaxing walk through theCardinal Flower native prairie at the Congregational UCC, E201 23rd Street. Trails through ten acres of native Wisconsin prairie, restored by Applied Ecological Services of Brodhead, await your arrival.  The perimeter trail is about one-third of a mile, and peak of color is between mid-June and early August.  Visitors may park in the church lot and walk north past the memorial bell to the beginning of the trail.  There is no fee.