An Evening about the Bedger Theater and Stoughton Village Players
Sons of Norway- Mandt Lodge will host a “Badger Theater and Stoughton Village Players History Program” presented by Bill Amundson, Tony Hill and Dan Prueher. The program will be on Wednesday, September 8, at 7:00 PM at 317 South Page Street, in Stoughton. Upon its 100th anniversary, the Badger Theater needs to be celebrated for its impact on Stoughton. To do this, we need to understand the history and story of the building itself. Through video, presentation and open discussion of personal memories, this evening will be fun and informative. Further, Stoughton Village Players will celebrate its own 50th anniversary in 2022 so we will share anecdotes about their growth as well. Bill Amundson is a recognized artist and speaker who grew up in Stoughton, left for a few years and returned ten years ago. He has made many presentations about Stoughton history and his rosemaling-influenced signs decorate houses all over town. Tony Hill is the founder of Stoughton Village Players and a long-time realtor, teacher and community leader. Dan Prueher is on the SVP Board and a resident since 1981. He helped create some of the videos that tell the Badger Theater story. Please contact Darlene Arneson at email@example.com or 608-873-7209 for more information. Mandt Lodge is handicapped accessible with a lift located on the south side of the building. There is parking on the street, public parking lot behind the Stoughton Senior Center, or in the Livsreise parking lot if their building is closed. We always encourage you to bring donations for the Stoughton Food Pantry! The public is always welcome at Mandt Lodge!