The City of Glendale, Wisconsin


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Wednesday, August 1 (7 PM) - Kerry Hart Bieneman

Sunday, August 5 (2 PM) - Max and The Invaders
Wednesday, August 8 (7 PM) - Steve Lewandowski
Sunday, August 12 (2 PM) - Brass Bell Musicians
Sunday, August 19 (2 PM) - Lokke
Sunday, August 26 (2 PM) - No Name String Band

All performances will take place at Richard E. Maslowski Community Park located at 2200 W Bender Rd.


North Shore Library Programs

Strategies for Social Security
Wednesday, August 8 at 6 PM

Books & Brews at Sprecher Brewing Co.
Thursday, August 16 at 4 PM

Publishing Your First Short Story
Wednesday, August 22 at 6 PM

End of Summer Dance Party
Monday, August 6 at 1:30 PM

Teen Prize Party
Thursday, August 9 at 6 PM

The partisan primary is August 14.
In-person absentee voting is Monday - Friday, July 30 - August 10, from 8 AM - 4:30 PM; August 10 from 8 AM - 5 PM.

Polls are open 7 AM - 8 PM. Don't forget your photo ID!

For the most updated information on the Elections please visit the sites listed below

poll worker

Are you interested in being a poll worker?

Election inspectors (poll worker) play a vital role in the voting process. Citizen involvement is essential in conducting open, accurate and fair elections. We hope you that you will consider participating in the election process by applying to be a poll worker.

Apply to be a poll worker here.

Health Dept

The North Shore Health Department investigates several tick-borne infections including Lyme disease, babesiosis, ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis, and rocky mountain spotted fever. Lyme disease is the most frequently reported tickborne illness in Wisconsin, but numbers for the other conditions are increasing. Common symptoms of tick-borne diseases may include fever, chills, muscle aches, headache and rash. Preventing tick bites is the key to reducing your risk of tick-borne diseases.

  • Avoid areas with tall grass and brush where ticks are common.
  • Apply repellents that contain at least 20%–30% DEET.
  • Wear clothing treated with 0.5% permethrin.
  • Shower soon after coming indoors.
  • Perform daily checks. Check your entire body after being outside even if you were only in your yard.
It is important to remember that ticks are present in all counties in Wisconsin. People living in any county in Wisconsin can contract Lyme disease or other tick-borne diseases.

As one of the largest Root Beer producers in the Universe, the City of Glendale proudly hosts its second-annual Root Beer Bash. This FREE, family-friendly festival will include:

  • 9:30 AM ...Stomp Out Crime Run/Walk Kid's Dash 9:45 AM
  • 11am to 3pm…Kid’s Games
  • Noon…Meet Randy Sprecher, Founder of Sprecher Brewing Company
  • 1pm to 3pm…Kid’s Boogie Down Dance Party
  • 3:30pm to 5pm…Root Beer Olympics 
  • 4pm to  7pm…Boomer Nation performs live!
For more information visit
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