We’ve got some great events in store for you at the Ringling House Bed & Breakfast this month!
Ringling House Bed & Breakfast’s Music in the Parlor series is a monthly event from November – April. We provide free concerts and are open to the public. It is an intimate space with great acoustics. After the concert, you will be treated to a reception with wine, beer or desserts & coffee to try. Although the concerts are free, we ask for a donation of $5.00 – $10.00 to cover the cost of the band.
This months concert, March 12 at 2pm is Beautiful Buzz and will be followed by a Wisconsin Brewing Company beer tasting sponsored by Barabrew after the concert! Beautiful Buzz is a two piece acoustic ensemble playing a mix of indie rock and standard folk & blues covers and originals.
Susan Renee Thiede – vox
John Swamy – vox and guitar
Also this month, we are hosting an Irish Lore & Pour to celebrate St. Patricks Day! It includes six different Irish beer tastings, appetizers, and an evening of humorous irish tales. Storysmith Cecilia Farran, founder of 43/90 North Earth in Spring Green, will regale the firelight gathering with stories told in the old Irish custom.Warmed by the fire, and a beer sampling, guests can settle in to the firelight of the elegant surroundings of this landmark home and let Cecilia’s expressive voice take them on a journey to Ireland; a land of mystery, legend and everlasting beauty. And of course there will be an ample bit of Irish humor thrown in.
Come in your irish garb and be entered into a drawing for a prize!
The name Threaded Streams Fiber Arts Trail is an artful reference to the geological formation that makes up this part of Sauk County, Wisconsin. The beautiful Baraboo Hills that hug the city of Baraboo are the terminal moraine of the most recent advance of glaciers in the area. Melt water from under the ice sheet formed rivers that cut valleys as rocks and sediment was deposited along their routes. As the water flow subsided, crisscrossing channels formed in the river beds. Weaving across sandbars and sediment; these small channels are called braided streams. They are like shimmering ribbons, rippling along the surface of the land.
For a schedule of events and locations, click on: http://midwestfiberartstrails.org/threaded-streams-fiber-arts-trail/
- Crazy Clown Caper Mystery Dinner on April 1st
- Jerry Stich Brass on April 9th