Chamber of Commerce

Contact the Chamber at
608-897-8411

Upcoming Events:

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

AutumnFest

Saturday, October 7
Downtown on the Square
Embrace the Race pontoon
boat rides at the old water
tower

Watch for more details!



 

Pearl Island Recreational Corridor

 

Pearl Island Recreational Corridor  1 (Credit Amy Bayer)

 

Photo Credit  Amy Bayer                                       
                                       

                                      
 


Pearl Island Work Days underway for 2017!

Crews will be working to clear and improve trails, starting at 8 A.M. most Saturdays.
 Check the left margin of the page to see specific directions for each week.
Everyone welcome - bring your energy and enthusiasm!  
Watch this space for projects to be undertaken in 2017!


The Pearl - "a gem waiting to be discovered"

Brodhead is home to a unique waterway, the Mill Race, which flows out of the Sugar River and eventually rejoins it, creating not only great possibilities for outdoor activities, but also an islandKayaks on the race between the River and the Race. The City and many other groups, civic organizations, and private citizens are currently involved in a major project to develop and beautify this area for the enjoyment of our residents as well as the visitors that the project is sure to attract.  Everyone can help!  Everyone is invited to "Come on Board!" 

To volunteer time, materials, equipment, or funding, contact Dick Benesh, Project Administrator, at 608-558-0815.

For much more information about the Pearl Island Recreational Corridor and its various aspects, please pause your mouse over the Pearl Island button and click on the tabs that appear.  You'll be glad you did!


2nd Annual Gala Fundraiser on Feb. 7, 2015 was a great success!

Gala 2015A fantastic evening of dinner and dancing, a live  auction, drawings, contests, and more was enjoyed by all!  Music was provided by the Dang-Its Quartet, a fantastic group that appeared in one of last summer's Twilight in the Park concerts in Brodhead but is best known from the Madison Area Music Awards.


Last year's first Gala netted over $15,000, and the goal this year's event may have surpassed that, thanks to donations of auction items and other contributions!  Thanks to all in our great community who came out to support this great cause while enjoying a wonderful evening! Special thanks to Nancy Sutherland, who chaired and organized the event as well as working countless hours (along with several helpers) to create the festive atmosphere that greeted the attendees!  Well done!