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One of the most family-friendly annual events in Madison is the Bauer Park Harvest Festival. All activities at the festival, from pony rides to scarecrow making to face painting, are free of charge to everyone who attends. This is made possible by a small army of volunteers and by local sponsors who provide financial and in-kind support for the festival.
The Bauer Park Advisory Committee would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank all the sponsors who helped make the 21st annual Bauer Park Harvest Festival a success: Madison Cultural Arts; Madison Democrats; Temple Beth Tikvah Nursery School; The Walz Team, Coldwell Banker; The Exchange Club of Madison; The Madison Foundation; Barbara Yeager, LA; The Garden Club of Madison; Guilford Savings Bank; Gulick & Co., LLC; Ruthanna Terreri, Coldwell Banker/Give, Live, Thrive Community Fund; Dr. Laura Miller, DDS; The Madison Newcomers Club; The Audubon Shop; 123 Grow With Me Daycare; Charlie and Chip Walz; Crowley Law Offices; North Madison Wine and Spirits; Bishops Orchards; Goodman Gluten Free; Kearney Insurance; Kleins’ Golf Range; Tyco/Royal Printing; Dr. Aaron Egidio, DMD; Cohen’s Bagels; Madison Earth Care; Madison Flower Shop; Stop & Shop; Madison Lions Club; and Madison Winter Club.
Ann Judd, Secretary
The Bauer Park Advisory Committee
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