The Shops of Water Street are hosting Julia Klee, a Chicago Singer/sonwriter on Saturday, July 26.
LIVE ON WATER STREET FEATURING JULIA KLEE
The Fox Note
518 Water Street, Princeton
General Admission: $20
Kids 12 and under: Free
Doors open at 6:30pm • Show starts at 7:00pm
Beer, Wine & Snacks available for purchase
Presented by: The Shops of Water Street
with support from: The Princeton Chamber of Commerce
*Advance Tickets available at Twig's Fine Goods, 604 W. Water Street*
Grab a drink, find a seat and enjoy new music with good company at this cool, intimate venue!
Check out all of Princeton’s quaint shops, antique stores and great restaurants for their specials throughout the month of July!!
Highway 23 between Ripon and Green Lake is being reconstructed so plan a few extra minutes for your trip. The second phase will start on July 28 closing an addtional two miles of Highway 23. The "Official Detour" only adds about 8 miles to the route.
For those of you traveling from the South East, you can turn off of Highway 23 onto County Road KK West of Rosendale and follow it West. At the Green Lake County Line it will change to County K and you can follow it to Highway 73 North which is part of the official detour. The official detour is well marked and will take you north back up to Highway 23 just East of Princeton. As an alternative, you can turn off of Highway 73 onto County Road D which will also take you into Princeton.
From the Northeast, turn off of Highway 41 West onto Highway 44 West for about 2 miles and then turn right onto Highway 91 West. At Berlin take 49 South about 5 miles to County J. Watch your speed as some of it is only 45 MPH. County J will bring you all the way into Princeton.
Nestled on the banks of the Fox River, Princeton provides a myriad of diversions for residents and visitors. The area is a haven for those looking to relax and unwind in a pleasant, peaceful, small-town environment.
Princeton and its surrounding area is abundant with natural resources, streams and lovely landscapes. The list of activities the outdoor enthusiast can enjoy includes fishing, canoeing, birdwatching, cycling, camping and much more…all readily available for the naturalist.
Visit the delightful area shops and restaurants—you’ll find antiques, locally-made pottery, jewelry, boutique clothing, candles, kitchen gadgets, wine & cheese, Amish furniture, home décor, stylish floral arrangements, earth-friendly items, custom framing, books, baked goods, folk art, handcrafted art, a spa, and much more! We have it all in our quaint shops, cafes, taverns and restaurants.
Princeton is the home of the state’s largest outdoor weekly flea market, which is open mid-April through mid-October every Saturday! If you haven’t experienced our Market in the tree-shaded City Park, put it on your list of things to do. Day-trippers come from Milwaukee, Madison, the Fox Cities and all points in-between to enjoy this Market and all Princeton has to offer. Come early--it opens at 6:00am and wraps up in the early afternoon—then wander around town for more shopping and lunch!
You’re invited to take a day to “Scout Out” Princeton! Check the Calendar of Events to see what’s happening during the time you plan on visiting. See you soon!.