Join us in PCA's Zona Gale Theatre at 12pm for your flexible noon hour on select Thursdays throughout the year!  $5 at the door!


We know’s what we do!  Associated Milk Producers, Inc., processes or shreds a million pounds of cheese every day! Learn how their licensed cheese graders taste, smell and test their award winning cheese to assure a quality product every time!


Learn more about this unique Colonial Revival home in Baraboo that sits on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1901 by Charles Ringling, one of the founders of the Ringling Brothers Circus!


Owner/winemaker Shaun Lapacek believes in the concept of terroir.  Wine should reflect the land that gives birth to it.  Learn more about this Wisconsin Winery, located on 40 acres of vines and pines!

Invite a friend or co-worker and check out this month's presentation for FREE,

with thanks to a generous sponsor!  


Learn more about air plants and terrariums from Edgewater Home & Garden's Carole LaVigne and find out how you can easily layer moss, sand, or rock to create variation and texture in your displays!


Portage High School Home Services teacher and Culinary Coach Michelle Madden and her team talk more about the culinary arts and the skills needed not only for success at local competitions, but for long term career goals!


Dr. Erica Rosenfeld Halverson, UW-Madison School of Education, discusses her new book, and demonstrates how the arts can transform education from meeting standards to changing lives!


To celebrate the 500th anniversary of this great Renaissance master, Baraboo artist Anne Horjus created a series of oil paintings to tell the story of the libretto written by Charles Anthony Silvestri for the choral masterpiece of the same name by composer Eric Whitacre.  Learn more about this wonderful project!

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Ron Poniatowski's interest in armor sprung from seeing various armors in museums as a boy, and over the course of twenty plus years, he has made three armors.  Join us for a brief history, his influences and processes of armoring, as well as a ‘show and tell’ of the armor itself!