Thursday, August 15, 2019

Muskego Lions Club Gun Safety Course

The Muskego Lions Club is once again pleased to host its highly successful Firearms Safety Course!

This latest installment will be held on Saturday, October 12th, 2019, beginning at 9:30am, at the Muskego Public Library, S73 W16663 Janesville Road, 53150.

Cost: $50. This course is taught by veteran police officers who will give you a law enforcement perspective.

Successful completion of this course qualifies for requirements to obtain a CCW permit in Wisconsin. Click the link below for more details and to sign up!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c054aa9ac2ba1f58-community3 

Sunday, August 4, 2019

New Replacement Windows and Installation from Jewell Homes

***DON'T MISS OUT!***
**A GREAT DEAL ON WINDOWS!**

Now through September 2, 2019, enjoy a 10% discount on new replacement windows and installation as we celebrate both our entry into the remodeling arena and the upcoming Parade of Homes!

Beat the fall rush and save money in the process - pricing on windows tends to rise as we get closer to fall, simply due to all the natural demand!

Give us a call at 262-971-1002 or fill out our quick contact form to request your in-home consultation at: https://jewellhomesinc.com/milwaukee-remodeling.

Please note that discount not applicable on current contracts or prior estimates.

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Video from DandiLion Park in Muskego

A couple weeks back, we posted a link to a brief YouTube video featuring footage of the Tail Spin roller coaster, once the *country's* fastest, in action at DandiLion Park.

Well, we came across this video just a little while ago offering a lot more detail into what a day at the park was like. There's some really neat footage here!

Who remembers DandiLion Park? Share your stories and memories in the comments!

Monday, July 15, 2019

Statement from Mayor Chiaverotti on Greeting President Trump in Milwaukee

City of Muskego, WisconsinMAYOR’S OFFICE
W182 S8200 Racine Avenue
Muskego, WI 53150
Phone: 262-679-5675




Contact: Kathy Chiaverotti, Mayor
kchiaverotti@CityofMuskego.org
262-679-5675

July 15, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MUSKEGO MAYOR KATHY CHIAVEROTTI GREETS PRESIDENT TRUMP ON TARMAC IN MILWAUKEE-WI

MUSKEGO, WI – On July 12, 2019 Muskego Mayor joined Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow and State Representative Tyler August to greet President Trump on the tarmac in Milwaukee. “It was the highest privilege welcoming the President to Wisconsin”, states Mayor Chiaverotti. The focus of President Trump’s visit related to the USMCA (United States, Mexico, and Canada Agreement). Mayor Chiaverotti assisted in reaching out to Wisconsin county and community leaders to be part of a White House Conference call to learn about the Agreement. “It’s in everyone’s interest to replace NAFTA with a new and improved agreement”, adds Mayor Chiaverotti.

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President Trump visits Milwaukee
July 12, 2019 - White House Photo

Saturday, July 13, 2019

2019 DandiLion Daze Schedule

Here is the 2019 DandiLion Daze lineup. Formerly known as Muskego Fest, or the Muskego Community Festival, DandiLion Daze runs this year from Friday, August 23 through Sunday, August 25.

DandiLion Daze Muskego

Mayor Chiaverotti President Trump

Muskego's very own Mayor Kathy Chiaverotti was among the dignitaries welcoming President Trump at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport yesterday. The president spoke in Milwaukee, in his sixth visit to Wisconsin since taking office. Photos submitted.

Muskego Mayor Kathy Chiaverotti and President Donald Trump

Mayor Kathy Chiaverotti Muskego
President Trump visits Milwaukee July 12, 2019

Sunday, July 7, 2019

DandiLion Park Muskego

You may have heard by now that Muskego Fest has changed its name to DandiLion Daze, in a nod to the city’s once-famous DandiLion Park, which at one time housed the *country’s* fastest rollercoaster, the Tail Spin.

Prior to being renamed DandiLion Park in 1968, the property was called the Muskego Beach Amusement Park. In total, the park had a long and glorious run, albeit with a few interruptions, from 1861-1977.

You can read more about the park’s history and see photos and mementos at this page of the Muskego Historical Society’s Web site.

For those of you who got to experience the park, what are your favorite memories? Share your stories in the comments section! We'd love to hear them!