Jul
3
Fri
“10-10-10” Sale at MNM Antique Mall @ MnM Antique Mall
Jul 3 – Jul 12 all-day

Our Annual Tent Sale has been cancelled this year. BUT to celebrate our 10th Anniversary in business we are having a ’10-10-10′ Sale – 10% off items over $10.00 for 10 days. Some restrictions may apply. Plan to stop by for some great deals and to help us celebrate!

Jul
9
Thu
Storytime for Preschoolers @ Princeton Public Library
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Storytime for Preschoolers @ Princeton Public Library

Weekly storytime for children 2-5, with readings, singing and crafting.

Jul
10
Fri
MnM Tent Sale @ MnM Antique Mall
Jul 10 – Jul 11 all-day

Join us at MnM Antique Mall for deals, deals & more deals! Dealers will be on-site with more merchandise in the tents that have crazy savings. Check out the store for other sales! Friday July 10th 12:00 pm- 5:00 pm Saturday July 11th 7:00 am- 4:00 pm

Jul
11
Sat
VFW Run for Sam 10K @ VFW Post 10452
Jul 11 all-day

Celebrate our 10th annual VFW Run for Sam 10K! We have a 10k run, 10k walk, 1 mile walk and NEW for this year a kids 12 and under 1 mile run! Our Run for Sam is a nonprofit, hosted by VFW in Princeton, that benefits a scholarship for local students pursuing an education in healthcare. Made in USA t-shirts, free bratwurst and good times! Come celebrate 10 fast years of the Run for Sam 10K on July 11th, 2020!

Jul
16
Thu
Storytime for Preschoolers @ Princeton Public Library
Jul 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Storytime for Preschoolers @ Princeton Public Library

Weekly storytime for children 2-5, with readings, singing and crafting.

Jul
17
Fri
Trapper Schoepp – The 506 Sessions at Thrasher Opera House @ Thrasher Opera House
Jul 17 @ 7:30 pm

Trapper Schoepp live at Thrasher Opera House!

Doors & Bar open at 7pm – Showtime 7:30pm.

Only 30 in-person tickets available at $35 each!

*NEW* VIRTUAL TICKETS: You will receive confirmation of your virtual ticket order within 48 hours of your purchase. Then, on the day of the show, you will receive an email (the same email address you purchased the tickets with) containing a private YouTube link to the live show. You will receive this about 1 hour before the show begins. These shows will not be able to be viewed publicly on YouTube, only virtual ticket holders will be able to see the live show. Only $15 each.

Growing up in small-town Wisconsin, Schoepp’s first love was racing BMX bikes on dirt trails along the Mississippi River. When he herniated a disc in his back, his mother signed him up for guitar lessons. It wasn’t quite the same, of course. But then Schoepp heard Dylan’s “Hurricane” for the first time.

“It shook my world,” he says. “Dylan offered me a radical new lens to see the world through. I still remember sinking into the red checkered couch in my parents’ basement and thinking that my life had just taken on a new direction.” In early 2017, the news emerged that way back in 1961, just months after he’d first moved to New York City, Dylan had drafted a song about Schoepp’s beloved Wisconsin, imagining a homesick rambler pining for the cheese and beer of his faraway Badger State. More than half a century later, the handwritten lyric sheet was uncovered by a former roommate and put up for auction at $30,000. In Milwaukee, Schoepp saw a photograph of Dylan’s handwritten lyrics and decided to set them to music, recording a rollicking version of the song that he titled “On, Wisconsin.”

“I just connected with it immediately,” he says. “It’s so obvious. I knew immediately that I had to finish the song. I just thought, it’s got to be done.” Schoepp put the track online and moved on, continuing to work on his own new songs. But a month or two later, a cryptic message pushed “On, Wisconsin” right back to the forefront of his consciousness.

“So I’m laying in bed one night,” Schoepp says, “and my manager sends me an email that simply reads, ‘Dylan has it now.’ I immediately got pretty excited about that.” It seemed Dylan’s management team was considering an official co-write credit with intent to publish the song, but it needed a final seal of approval. Eventually, consent was given, bestowing his official imprimatur on the collaboration.

Having spent the last half decade “getting home just in time to leave again,” playing countless dates and sharing stages with such like-minded Americana mainstays as The Wallflowers, The Jayhawks, and Old 97’s, – Schoepp plans to tour especially hard behind latest album, PRIMETIME ILLUSION. “I love Milwaukee,” he says. “This is my home. But us singer-songwriters have to be citizens of the world to make it work.”

With its extraordinary melding of the personal and political, PRIMETIME ILLUSION firmly places Trapper Schoepp amongst the long American continuum of singing storytellers, a pedigree and place on the family tree that inspires and drives him each and every new day.
“I think a lot about the folk process,” he says, “how things are passed down to the next generation and are reinvented and evolve. That’s really important to me, to keep the spirit of what someone might consider old new. “Dylan, in his MusiCares speech a few years ago, made the point that his role in music is simply extending the line. That’s my whole M.O. as well. I want to push this music forward like my life depends on it. It’s all I have.”

Jul
18
Sat
Famous Flea Market @ City Park
Jul 18 @ 6:00 am – 2:00 pm
THE WORLD’S GREATEST

FLEA MARKET

Every Saturday in the Park

July 18 th– October 10 th, 2020

6 AM – 1 PM

JOIN THE FUN ALL SEASON LONG AT THE PRINCETON FLEA MARKET. A DESTINATION IN ITSELF, PRINCETON’S FLEA MARKET IS THE LARGEST OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN. ENJOY A SATURDAY STROLL IN PRINCETON’S CITY PARK ON HWY 23 TO BROWSE THROUGH HUNDREDS OF VENDOR GOODIES.

Admission and parking are free

Notice: Please maintain a 6ft. distance from others at all times. Refrain from handling products you do not intend to purchase. Do not touch your face and wash your hands frequently. Face masks are encouraged but not required. cover your cough/sneeze. Booths will be open for seasonal vendors only. Bathroom attendants will be on duty keeping the restrooms clean and sanitized.

PLEASE NOTE: Dogs are not allowed in the Princeton City Park (City Ordinance) so please make other arrangements for your pet when you visit the Flea Market.
Famous Flea Market @ City Park
Jul 18 @ 6:00 am – 2:00 pm
THE WORLD’S GREATEST

FLEA MARKET

Every Saturday in the Park

July 18 th– October 10 th, 2020

6 AM – 1 PM

JOIN THE FUN ALL SEASON LONG AT THE PRINCETON FLEA MARKET. A DESTINATION IN ITSELF, PRINCETON’S FLEA MARKET IS THE LARGEST OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN. ENJOY A SATURDAY STROLL IN PRINCETON’S CITY PARK ON HWY 23 TO BROWSE THROUGH HUNDREDS OF VENDOR GOODIES. THE TREASURES ABOUND EVERY WEEK AS NEW VENDORS ENTER THE MIX, SO MAKE IT YOUR WEEKLY STOP TO FIND THAT LONG SOUGHT AFTER ITEM OR JUST TO GET A TASTY SNACK AT THE FOOD STAND.

Admission and parking are free

Notice: Please maintain a 6ft distance at all times. Refrain from handling products you do not intend to purchase. Do not touch your face and wash your hands frequently. Face masks are encouraged but not required. Cover your cough/sneeze. Booths will be open for seasonal vendors only. Bathroom attendants will be on duty keeping the restrooms clean and sanitized.

PLEASE NOTE: Dogs are not allowed in the Princeton City Park (City Ordinance) so please make other arrangements for your pet when you visit the Flea Market.
Famous Flea Market… Open’s JULY 18TH – OCTOBER 10TH 2020 @ City Park
Jul 18 @ 6:00 am – 2:00 pm
THE WORLD’S GREATEST

FLEA MARKET

Every Saturday in the Park

July 18th – October 10th, 2020

6 AM – 1 PM

JOIN THE FUN ALL SEASON LONG AT THE PRINCETON FLEA MARKET. A DESTINATION IN ITSELF, PRINCETON’S FLEA MARKET IS THE LARGEST OUTDOOR FLEA MARKET IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN. ENJOY A SATURDAY STROLL IN PRINCETON’S CITY PARK ON HWY 23 TO BROWSE THROUGH HUNDREDS OF VENDOR GOODIES. THE TREASURES ABOUND EVERY WEEK AS NEW VENDORS ENTER THE MIX, SO MAKE IT YOUR WEEKLY STOP TO FIND THAT LONG SOUGHT AFTER ITEM.

Admission and parking are free …

NOTICE: Please maintain a 6 ft. distance from others at all times.
Refrain from handling products you do not intend to purchase. Do not touch your face and wash your hands frequently. Face masks are encouraged but not required. Cover your cough/ sneeze. Booths will be open for seasonal vendors only. Bathroom attendants will be on duty keeping the restrooms clean and sanitized.

PLEASE NOTE: Dogs are not allowed in the Princeton City Park (City Ordinance) so please make other arrangements for your pet when you visit the Flea Market.
Jul
23
Thu
Storytime for Preschoolers @ Princeton Public Library
Jul 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Storytime for Preschoolers @ Princeton Public Library

Weekly storytime for children 2-5, with readings, singing and crafting.