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Destination Stoughton Weekend

October 25, 2014

You are invited to come to Stoughton, Wisconsin for a weekend of Norwegian events! The featured event is the Wisconsin State Rosemaler’s Annual Holiday Sale (Saturday 10/25/14 from 9 am to 2 pm in the Stoughton Fire Station Training Room at 401 East Main Street).

For details, visit www.wisconsinrosemaling.org

There will also be a performance by the Norwegian Dancers, demonstrations, displays, tastings and performances throughout the Stoughton business district on Main Street and at the Sons of Norway Mandt Lodge (317 South Page Street). The Stoughton Historical Museum (324 South Page Street) will also be open.

Visit www.stoughtonwi.com for details

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October 25, 2014

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