Blan­chardville Bullets

202 N. Main Street
Blan­chardville, WI
Phone: 608–523-4543
Sun­day after­noons and Thurs­day nights
Spring train­ing will be start­ing in April. Our league games will begin the first week-end of May. Stay tuned for more Bul­let information.


Seniors United for Nutri­tion (S.U.N.) Program

The Viking Cafe
210 S. Main St
Blan­chardville, WI
Reser­va­tions for LUNCH should be made 1 day in advance between 10 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. by call­ing 608–214-3407. Reser­va­tions are not needed for Breakfast.
Serv­ing Mon­day — Fri­day
Break­fast (no home deliv­ery)
7:00 am — 2 pm
Serv­ing at 11:30 am
Sug­gested Dona­tion:
$4.25 at the Cafe
$4.75 for Home Delivery
This pro­gram was estab­lished to pro­vide hot, nutri­tious meals to any­one 60 years of age and over (and spouse, regard­less of age). Home deliv­ery is avail­able for home­bound senior cit­i­zens, serv­ing at the Viking Cafe is at Noon.

Blan­chardville Pub­lic Library

208 Mason Street
Blan­chardville, WI
Phone: 608–523-2055
9:00 am– 2:00 pm
& 4:30 pm– 7:30 pm
9:00 am– 5:00 pm
Noon — 7:00 pm
9:00 am– 1 pm
Mate­ri­als Avail­able:
Audio-books, Adult and Children’s fic­tion and non­fic­tion titles, Area His­tory, Large Print Books, Mag­a­zines, News­pa­pers, and VideosSer­vices Avail­able:
Com­mu­nity Career Cen­ter, Copy Machine, Home Deliv­ery, Hot-Mail, Inter­li­brary Loan, Inter­net Access, Meet­ing Room Space, Pre-School Sto­ry­time, Sum­mer Pro­grams for chil­dren, and Word-Processing
Please Call with any questions

Blan­chardville Woman’s Club

The Blan­chardville Woman’s Club is a local ser­vice orga­ni­za­tion whose goals are: Com­mu­nity improve­ment, the sup­port of local, state, national and inter­na­tional human­i­tar­ian projects and edu­ca­tional growth.  Any­one is invited to join!!!
The club meets on the 2nd Wednes­day of each month at 7:00 p.m. except the months of  Decem­ber, June, July and August.

Each year the Woman’s Club awards a $200 Health Schol­ar­ship to a stu­dent in their sopho­more year or above of col­lege who will be going into the field of health care. Con­tact one of the Offi­cers below for more infor­ma­tion and an application.

Pres­i­dent — Julie Saether
phone: 608–523-4066

Vice Pres­i­dent — Fran Ver­mil­lion
phone: 608–523-1672


The Blan­chardville Woman’s Club is happy to announce the newly pub­lished book,

BLANCHARDVILLE, WELCOME HOME: Look­ing Back at 125 Years of History

This book cel­e­brates and com­mem­o­rates Blanchardville’s 125th birth­day com­ing up in 2015. It is a 200 page hard­cover book with his­tor­i­cal infor­ma­tion and over 288 black and white pho­tographs.
There are sev­eral ways to get your own copy:

  1. email
  2. write us at Blan­chardville Woman’s Club, PO Box 24, Blan­chardville, WI 53516
  3. Avail­able for sale at Wood­ford State Bank or Vil­lage of Blan­chardville Clerk’s office

The cost is $27.00 until Decem­ber 7, 2014 and then will increase to $29.95 thereafter

We also have a 3-book set avail­able which includes:

  • Blan­chardville Wel­come Home

  • Blan­chardville the Gem of the Pecatonica

  • Mem­o­ries of Blanchardville

The cost is $57.00 until Decem­ber 7, 2014 and then will increase to $59.95 thereafter

Mark Your Cal­en­dars!!!
Blanchardville’s 125 Anniver­sary Cel­e­bra­tion!!
August 6–9, 2015



1–6 pm Cards (Horse and Pep­per) at Viking Café

7pm    card tour­na­ments at Husie’s  and Toby’s



5pm    pig roast & board games spon­sored by Peca­ton­ica Grapevine

Live music at Grapevine or in Ryan Park?

6-8pm antique quilt/family trea­sures exhibit

9pm    Show­ing of the 1990 Cen­ten­nial Pageant film– (Legion? Park?)



11:00  Live music at Ryan Hotel Park-(Clown Band?)

Antique Quilt Exhibit– (quilt turn­ing) Saether building

Fam­ily Trea­sures Exhibit– Saether building

Art Show– Saether building

Mural, Story Corps

12:30–1:30pm Main Street Parade

1:30 pm          Lit­er­ary read­ings at Library (Foren­sics Club)


2–4:00 pm      Car­ni­val games– upper park

Horse Drawn Wagon Rides – Ryan Park

Wis­con­sin Wheel­men Antique Bicy­cle Demo– upper park

Live music Ryan Park

2:00–3:00 Antique trac­tor pull– lower park Park­ing lot

3:00–4:00       His­tor­i­cal Fash­ion Show– Jeanne Massey

7:00    Reenactment/Play

8:00    Dance



Fire equip­ment dis­play– Fire Hall

Farm equip­ment dis­play– lower park

Build­ing His­tory Board dis­plays– main street windows

Barn Quilt tour maps (avail­able at quilt show)


10:00 Hymn sing/Ecumenical Ser­vice– upper park ball field


11:00– Pie Bak­ing Contest

12:00 Com­mu­nity Potluck– upper park shelter

1:00    Exhi­bi­tion base­ball game– upper park ball field

1:00    Vin­tage Games (3 legged race, sack race, hoop race, egg race, water­melon seed spit­ting con­test, spoon relay) –lower ball field

Pet­ting zoo