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Please note that our Second Saturday Concert Series are back to a 7:00 PM start time from October-April and held at the Mountain View Community Center. When it gets warmer, we move our concerts to the Mt. Morris Town Park May-September with a 2:00 PM start time. Looking forward to seeing you!

Concerts are $10/person

18 and under FREE


February 11, 2023 - 7:00 PM

Mountain View Community Center 

Experience an intimate evening of original music with Songa. Singer/Songwriters Mario and Sherry Friedel will take you on a journey through Americana. Their new release, “Dreams are in the Making” is a unique vocal and instrumental blend of songs about love, life, loss, resilience and hope. These artists perform folk, country, bluegrass, blues, country rock, and jazz in true original, Americana styles. As multi-instrumentalists rooted in the Nashville songwriting tradition, Songa will share their honest lyrics and pure vocal harmonies to create an event to remember. 

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The Foxfire Affair

March 11, 2023 - 7:00 PM

Mountain View Community Center

Daniel and Claire make up the duo, "the foxfire affair." These multi-instrumentalists entertain with a guitar, mandolin, concertina, and other instruments to complement their varied musical selections. While trading off lead vocals and harmonies, they'll span several centuries of music playing everything from Irish traditionals to sea shanties, American folk to rock, and a touch of original material. Not only are they married to one another but also to their craft. They love performing and sharing music with others.


Bob Bovee

April 8, 2023 - 7:00 PM

Mountain View Community Center 


Since 1971 Bob has traveled the country taking old time music to audiences of all ages at festivals, fairs, concerts, dances, schools, libraries, music camps, radio and TV programs. This is rural music as played in homes, at dances and for earlier entertainments such as minstrel shows and country radio. 


Along with a repertoire including dance tunes, ballads, cowboy songs, humorous and sentimental numbers, blues and rags, he spices their shows with stories, history and folklore. Bob sings (yodels, too) and plays guitar, harmonica, banjo and autoharp.

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Water Street Hot Shots

May 13, 2023 - 2:00 PM

Mt. Morris Town Park

The Water Street Hot Shots are experts at performing old-time blues, rags, hokum, and novelty tunes in the style of the 1930s jug bands. Leader Michael Lee Ammons grew up just a mile away from the Paramont Records studio in Grafton, where so many great blues artists recorded, and he seems to have gotten this music by osmosis.

Ammons' work on his National Resophonics guitar plus a variety of vintage guitars anchors a band that includes fiddle, mandolin, bass and an assortment of jugs, washboards and kazoos. Other band members are Rich Higdon, Tim Dekker, JR Fenner and George Reynolds.


L o c a t i o n

Concerts October-April at the Mountain View Community Center

N3137 21st Lane, Wautoma, WI 54982

(at the intersection of Highway 152 and County S, about 2 miles south of Mt. Morris)

Concerts May-September at Mt. Morris Town Park 
3847 County Road G, Wautoma, WI 54982

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