Settled in mid 1800 as the easiest place to cross the Fox River, it quickly became the place to stop, eat and rest for travelers of all types.
Nestled between Milwaukee and Lake Geneva, Waterford is still the best place to cross the Fox, with plenty of reasons to stop. Stay for a martini, or have a burger and a beer on the deck, while taking in a Fox River view. Select from various cuisines for a relaxing meal. Enjoy a farmers market or live music in Village Hall Park on a summer eve, right next to the river. Watch in amazement as the skies of July fill with hot air balloons of every shape and size. Take part in an August moonlight run through the Village or enjoy a leisurely game of golf.
Be adventurous and explore 1100 acres of navigable water with your canoe or kayak. Fish Tichigan Lake in your boat or fish the Fox River in your waders. If you’re more interested in the surface of the water, you’ll find skis and feet during the day and the reflection of fireworks at night.
Stop. Look and Listen. Not for the train, but for the unique combination of community and wildlife, development and wetlands.
Whether you are walking, running, biking or boating, there are plenty of reasons to stop for the day or stay for the weekend. But, with most services and amenities in walking distance, the largest library in the area and a superior school system, you might stay for a lifetime.
Absolutely Waterford's third annual River's Edge Art Walk is set Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 from 5-9 p.m. Nearly 30 professional artists will display and sell works throughout shops, eateries and other storefronts within the village of Waterford's historic downtown. Live music at several locations and free trolley rides offered. Rain or shine!
River's Edge Art Walk
5pm - 9pm, Heritage District
Winter Wonderland Parade
Absolutely Waterford (AW), a Main Street Program, is hiring a part-time Executive Director (20 hours/week). This individual will be self-motivated, energetic, organized and must have the ability to work effectively with business owners, general public, civic organizations, government officials, board of directors and manage volunteers.
The ED is responsible for the development, execution and documentation of the AW program, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. The ED is the on-site staff person responsible for coordinating all program activities locally as well as representing the community regionally, statewide and nationally as appropriate.
The ED will report to the AW Board of Directors. Training for this position is available. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal are required. Must be efficient in Microsoft Office, Power Point and Microsoft Publisher.
Days of work are generally Monday, Wednesday and Friday with some evenings and weekends. Please send cover letter, resume and a writing sample (no more than 200 words) to the email listed below or in the page footer.
Position is available immediately.