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About Our Community - Lodi, WI

 

Churches in the Lodi and Lake Wisconsin Area

Lake Wisconsin Church

N 1640 Ryan Rd

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 592-3091

Lake Wisconsin Church Website

 

First Presbyterian Church

258 Lodi Street

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 592-4310

First Presbyterian Church Website

 

First Lutheran Church

206 Pleasant St

Lodi, WI  53555

(608) 592-4102

First Lutheran Church Website

 

Lodi United Methodist Church

130 Locust Street

Lodi, WI  53555

(608) 592-3480

Lodi United Methodist Church Website

 

Fellowship Baptist Church

N 2738 County Rd V

Lodi, WI  53555

(608) 592-4665

Fellowship Baptist Church Website

 

Saint Patrick Catholic Church

521 Fair Street

Lodi, WI  53555

(608) 592-5711

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Website

 

Saint Michael Catholic Church

109 S. Military

Dane,  WI 53555

(608) 849-5610

Saint Michael Catholic Church Website

 

 

Lodi Police Department

142 South Main Street

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 592-5401

 

 

Lodi Woman's Club Public Library

130 Lodi Street 

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 592-4130

Lodi Public Library Website

 

 

Lodi Medical Clinic

160 Valley Drive

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 592-3296

Lodi Medical Clinic Website

 

 

City of Lodi

130 South Main Street

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 592-3224

City of Lodi Website

 

 

Town of Lodi

125 Lodi Street

Lodi, WI 53555

(608) 592-4868

Town of Lodi Website

 

 

 

What Makes Lodi and Lake Wisconsin so Special?
The Lodi and Lake Wisconsin area features restaurants, shopping, and year round outdoor fun - all in a small town feel. All of the activities take a back stage to our beautiful 10,000 acre lake-Lake Wisconsin. This well kept secret, offers boating, fishing, skiing, tubing and swimming fun!

 

The Legend of Susie the Duck

In 1948, a country mallard made Lodi her home. She settled in the downtown area and laid her eggs in a large masonry basket full of beautiful flowers. When her eggs hatched, she drew quite a bit of attention as locals and visitors came to observe her brood. Lodi’s then police chief and his granddaughter also came to see the small fuzzy baby ducklings and their mother.  The chief asked his granddaughter what she thought the mother duck’s name should be?  She replied “Susie”. Susie has faithfully returned to her flower basket for years, raising many ducklings and much media attention. Through the years, many “Susies” have nested the flower basket.  Each year Lodi hosts an annual “Susie the Duck Day” celebrating the famous fowl who nests in the heart of Lodi.

 

Lodi Ag Fair - July

Lodi is one of three cities in the state of Wisconsin to have its own fair. This free fair, which has been running for 150 years, begins on the second Thursday of July and runs through Sunday. Exhibits include livestock judging, school artwork, baking contests, and local organization display booths. There are carnival rides and games. Attractions include tractor pulls and the hugely popular demolition derby. There is also a live music beer garden. Find out more about the Lodi Ag Fair here.

 

Susie Day - August

Our annual community-wide event held Saturday in August. Head on down to Goeres and Haberman parks for food, beer, live music, a parade, kids games and so much more. Find out more about Susie Day here.

 

Brew-B-Que - September

Backyard BBQ turns into a block party. Chicken and BBQ dinners offered, salsa and chilli tasting, kids games, beanbag tournament, 50/50 raffle just to name a few of the events happening at our fall event. Find out more about Brew-B-Que here.

 

Wine Walk - November

 As you stroll through downtown you’ll have a chance to shop, meet store owners and sample different wines and appetizers at various shops. It is a very relaxing evening out. Find out more about the Wine Walk here.

 

Christmas By the Creek - November

Be our guests at Lodi’s Holiday Open House. Holiday music and fresh evergreen decorations will welcome you to Lodi.  Visit all of the warm and inviting shops.  Enjoy free horse drawn wagon rides around downtown, decorate cookies with Mrs. Claus, have Breakfast with Santa or just stop for refreshments or lunch at our restaurants in and around Lodi!  Catch the festive Holiday spirit in Lodi. Find out more about Christmas By the Creek here.

 

Harmony Grove Beer and Brat Fest

Check out the festival on their facebook page.

 

Citizen of the Year
Nominees are to be upstanding citizens who have made a positive impact on the Lodi community through their actions.  These actions should be over a span of time and should be voluntary in nature.  Nominations can be made by anyone in the community, and the panel of past award recipients weighs the choice, debates their strengths and eventually arrives at a decision. Download a nomination form here.

 

 

Check out our Festivals page to find out about upcoming local events.