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Beloit Calendar of Events

Events are year-round in Beloit. Whether you’re traveling with the family, looking for a romantic getaway, or a solo adventure, we have something fun for you. Check out our Beloit events calendar and start creating memories to remember. More events can be found on the Visit Beloit Facebook Events page.





Blue Monday at Grand Avenue Pub

every Monday

Weekly Blues sessions with guest artists from around the country (mostly Midwest).

Preschool Story Time

every Wednesday

Enjoy stories, songs, and fun with a new theme each week! For ages 6 and under. Siblings welcome.

Trivia Tuesdays at 5bar

every Tuesday

Round up your friends for Trivia Tuesdays starting again at 5bar each week! Sign up your team of 1-4 people at 7:15 pm and play from 7:30-8:30 pm. You may even win a prize!

Winter Crafter & Farmers’ Market

every Saturday

Now you don’t have to miss out on your favorite Beloit Farmers’ Market vendors, you can shop them year-round! Join us for the indoor market at Downtown Beloit Association offices, 557 E. Grand Avenue, each week as we welcome in vendors.

Meditation & Energy work

every Thursday

This is a guided meditation class where you will also learn the cooperating techniques used in energy work to help increase your focus and reduce stress. This class is designed to welcome all levels of practitioners! Class Cost: $10

Live Music at Merrill & Houston’s

every Friday

Stop in every Friday to listen some of the area's finest live musicians. Enjoy a cocktail by the bar, or book a table for a true Merrill & Houston's experience. 2023 schedule and music line-up: 1/6 – Josh Calhoun1/13 – Jestin Jay1/20 – JC Ayer1/27 – Gary the Band2/3 –…

BookQuesters: One Crazy Summer

Mar 31, 2023

Make crafts (tie dye!) and enjoy book-related activities and snacks as we dive into one of the books on the 2022-23 BookQuest list! For school-aged kids, especially 4th and 5th graders. Generously sponsored by the family of Judith H. Adams.

Teaching for Social Justice: Intersectionality and K-12 Education keynote speech with Dr. Wayne Au

Mar 31, 2023

Dr. Wayne Au is professor and interim dean in the School of Educational Studies at University of Washington Bothell. Au has previously served as the interim dean of diversity and equity for the campus and is an editorial board member of Rethinking Schools. His academic interests broadly encompass critical education…

Hibernation and Migration Revealed

Apr 1, 2023

Do animals really sleep all winter? Where do the fish go? Find out the answers to these questions and more, and explore our trails in search of signs of animal activity. We will be reading books on hibernation and migration of local species and discussing what we learned from each…

Electric Vehicles 101

Apr 1, 2023

Considering an EV but don't know much about them? Learn all about them, their history, technology, options, pricing, and incentives all in one place. Presented by Bradlee Fons of Drive $mart Wisconsin.

Squeeze the Day Lunch Walks

every Tuesday, Thursday

Squeezing a nature walk into your day can be difficult during the week, but the mental and physical health benefits are immense! Drop in as often as you want, or need, for a brisk walk to break up your day and connect with others. Walks are guided by a staff…

Birding Hike at Dusk

Apr 6, 2023

End your day with a slow, calming walk as we observe and identify the many birds that call The Confluence home. Binoculars and bird lists are provided. Space is limited so please register in advance.

Welty’s No School Day Camp

Apr 7, 2023

No School! No Problem! Welty’s line up of No School Days has you covered. Let’s keep the learning going by exploring Creepy Critters, Turkey Trails, African-American Scientists, Cold Snaps, Tracking Animals, tapping trees for Maple Sugar. Age 6 to 12 8am to 3:00pm Member $32.00/Day Non-Member $37.00/Day Extended Camp $5/Day…

Planning Your Garden

Apr 8, 2023

It’s time to plan our summer gardens, and what better way to kick off your growing season than being surrounded by a community of fellow gardeners? This event is part of the Garden Skill Share series hosted by Angelic Organics Learning Center and is just right for gardeners of all…

Easter Eggstravaganza Bunny Hop

Apr 8, 2023

Children of all ages are welcome to join us for a bunny hop! Fun activities where children can enjoy photos with the Easter bunny, games, mascots, face painting, and more! Maps of participating locations will be available at the Downtown Beloit Association, 557 E. Grand Avenue and online. Small fee…

Easter Scavenger Hunt

Apr 8, 2023

Hop down our cottontail trail to find the hidden egg and enter the drawing for a beautiful Easter Basket filled with vendor Easter gifts! Shop our beautiful store filled with vintage, home decor, collectibles, honey jams jellies, jewelry and a clothing boutique. We also sell homemade lotion, soap and candles…

Welty’s No School Day Camp

Apr 10, 2023

No School! No Problem! Welty’s line up of No School Days has you covered. Let’s keep the learning going by exploring Creepy Critters, Turkey Trails, African-American Scientists, Cold Snaps, Tracking Animals, tapping trees for Maple Sugar. Age 6 to 12 8am to 3:00pm Member $32.00/Day Non-Member $37.00/Day Extended Camp $5/Day…

Roy Chapman Andrews Society presents 20th Distinguished Explorer Award event

Apr 14, 2023

The Roy Chapman Andrews Society will honor Dr. Sarah Stewart Johnson, American planetary scientist, astronomer, biologist, and geochemist during the 20th Distinguished Explorer Award event. Johnson is involved in planetary exploration, analyzing data from current spacecraft, and devising new techniques for future missions. Her recent projects include searching for signs…

Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

Apr 19, 2023

Calling all teens! Help us make decisions on fun teen programming by joining our Teen Advisory Board (TAB). Earn volunteer hours just by meeting with us once a month!

Mrs. Packard

Apr 20, 2023

Elizabeth Packard was never a shrinking violet and her husband despises that about her. At his wit’s end, Pastor Theophilus Packard has his wife taken from her bath, nude and screaming, directly to an insane asylum. Pastor Packard doesn’t need any proof; it’s enough for him to claim she’s disruptive.…

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