Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
113 South Street • Waunakee, WI 53597
Phone (608) 849-4831 • Fax (608) 849-6831
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News Center

  • Madison to host German festival

    Autumn is in the air, and that means Oktoberfest must be coming soon for Madison area German festival aficionados. In just a couple of weeks, Essen Haus will be presenting its 31st Oktoberfest.

  • Fun comes to the neighborhood this weekend

    The Neighborhood Park Festival begun last year in Madison was so successful that the Meadowood Neighborhood Association has decided to run the festival again this year.

  • Rock and roll legend to strut into Madison

    Later this week, Madison baby-boomers and anyone else who enjoys rock and roll can spend an evening reminiscing to the laid-back folk rock songs of singer/songwriter Jackson Browne.

  • Local lakes to host Chinese boat races

    Both rowers and spectators alike are invited to the upcoming Madison Capital Lakes Dragonfest boat racing festival.

  • Quizzers to pit their musical wits

    High Noon Saloon in Madison is looking for music buffs to test their knowledge in a tuneful quiz taking place this week.

  • Museum to shed light on artwork

    In an exhibition taking place this weekend, guests will have the opportunity to study the effects that light have on various surfaces and structures, and be able to see the transformations that light can create.

  • Madison folk to be well read this weekend

    The Friends of Madison Public Library Book Sale gets underway today and will be the first book sale held inside the brand new Central Library.

  • Lobster dinner to be complemented by covers band

    Just after Valentines Day, those who are looking for something to do are invited to enjoy a feast of lobster tail and an evening of great rock music, whether this is on their own or with a loved one. Poster and postcard printing might have been used to let the people in this community know about what is happening on this day.

  • Snowflake falls into Madison arts venue

    Snowflake, silent comedy performed entirely by one actors, is the story about a simple soul who lives alone in a vacant lot, which is a catchall for discarded objects of life. Part of the An American Girls Fund for Children series, no doubt a range of printing services have been used to spread the word about this production to people in this community, with poster printing likely to be one of them.

  • Trolley trail to mark December weekends

    An event called Downtown Holiday Trolley, Carolers, and More is offering people of all ages the opportunity to enjoy some holiday spirit while shopping for people on their naughty and nice Christmas list.