New Glarus is a nice place to live and it attracts a certain kind of shopkeeper. Our local shopkeepers consider this village their home and their shops reflect the pride they feel in being part of this community.
The scenic beauty which surrounds Dodgeville is a natural work of art which lies in the heart of the unglaciated, driftless area. The area is geographically comprised of rolling farmlands, rugged sandstone bluffs and graceful wooded valleys.
Most of us have heard of the now famous ‘Cows on Parade’ art exhibit in Chicago where in 1999 hundreds of cows were painted, posed and all gussied up for the city by Chicago artists. Spring Green’s Albany Courtyard has her very own colorful "Cow on Parade".
Nestled against the bluffs of the Wisconsin River Valley, Mazomanie is an intriguing mix of history, nature, art and warm community spirit. The Downtown Historic District, comprised of 32 commercial and industrial buildings, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a unique collection of renovated storefronts and buildings from the mid 1800’s.