Green Thursdays Sustainability Series
Thursday, September 18, 6:30 pm
Mount Horeb Public Library – 105 Perimeter road, Mount Horeb
In this follow-up to his Oscar®-nominated film GASLAND, filmmaker Josh Fox takes a deeper, broader look at the dangers fracking, the controversial method of extracting natural gas and oil, now occurring on a global level.
The library’s Green Thursdays Sustainability Series is held the third Thursday of each month September-May. Films are shown at 6:30 pm. Discussion follows. Snacks are provided. Green Thursdays are sponsored in part by the Natural Step Monona, Willy Street Coop, MG&E, Dane County Environmental Council and Richard and Judy Fritz.
For more information, contact the library at 608-437-5021
New location: Evangelical Lutheran Church, Main and 4th Street
Come experience this weekly opportunity to purchase locally grown produce, meats, dairy products, fresh bakery and more. Listen to local musicians, enjoy activities for the kids, and savor the charm of Mount Horeb! Find more info on the Facebook page.
Mount Horeb Area Museum
100 S Second Street, Mount Horeb, WI 53572
Friday and Saturday 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday 12:30 – 4 pm
The museum collections contain a wealth of information, images and artifacts pertaining to Southwestern Dane County. Included in the artifacts collections are furnishings, domestic, business, organizations, farming, medical, military, sporting, music, education, religious, archeological, transportation, and regional craftspeople and artists. Included in the textiles collections are clothing and accessories, uniforms, household cloth goods, flags, sewing and crafting equipment. There is a museum store located just inside the front entrance filled with many unique and interesting specialties. Visit the museum’s website at http://www.mthorebhistory.org/museum.html
Driveway Standards for Emergency Vehicles
Please see this important notice from the Mount Horeb Area Joint Fire Department regarding the width, weight and clearance necessary to accommodate emergency vehicles such as fire and EMS apparatus.
All new mailboxes should be set back 18” face to road edge. The town would provide gravel to make a path for the mailman to get to the box. Present boxes would be grandfathered but if replaced should comply with this rule.
Dennis also reported that when the plow hits a mailbox, not the snow coming off the plow, the township should pay for it, perhaps a limited amount. Dan Peterson moved that if the plow hits the mailbox the town should pay for it up to $30. D C Harned seconded. Motion passed unanimously. (From the 2007 Annual Meeting)