Chamber of Commerce

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Upcoming Events:

Sunday, May 21
Community Pancake
Breakfast at Brodhead
Airport 7 a.m. to noon

Saturday through Monday
May 27-29
Brodhead Historical Society
Depot Museum opens
1 - 4 p.m.

Monday, May 29
Veterans Memorial Day
Parade 9 a.m.
Veterans Park to cemetery

Saturday, June 10
City-wide Rummage Sales

Saturday, June 17
Optimist Fishing Derby

Sunday, June 18
First Twilight in the Park
Concert - Veterans Park


Brodhead Chamber of Commerce.

 The Brodhead Chamber Welcomes You!

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Contact the Chamber with questions at 608-897-8411

Click here to download the 2017 Chamber membership application

We invite one and all to the regular Chamber membership meetings
on the 3rd Monday  of each month.

 Check here for time and location each month.
Monday, February 20 - Noon at Kobussen Buses - lunch provided!
Stay informed - keep in touch!

Click here to download the 2016 Chamber Schedule of Events/Chamber member list

Click here to download the 2016 AutumnFest poster
2017 Brodhead Chamber Board of Directors
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President Rich Vogel, Treasurer Barb Clark, Secretary Melissa McNeese, Vice-president Randy Menzel, Directors Doug Pinnow and Michele Benesh (not pictured, Dusty Kubly and Opal John)     (photo by Stephanie Pinnow)

Click here to view Special Events    

To view Upcoming Events go to the Community Events button at left                                 

Covered bridge on Sugar River TrailThe Brodhead Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors would like to welcome you to our community!  Brodhead is in the heart of Wisconsin’s  Dairyland in South Central Wisconsin!  We have many wonderful things to offer: a diverse business community, deep-rooted farming community, and small town hospitality.

Brodhead is a small community of 3,200, with something for everyone: an eighteen hole golf course, 23 mile Sugar River State Trail for biking,    Cross country at the golf course hiking, cross country skiing & snowmobiling; a historic downtown, great school district, shops, bed & breakfasts, food, festivals and fun!  We also have many areas of native wildflower plantings which not only beautify the community, but also serve to prevent rainwater run-off and provide habitat and food for butterlies and birds (including hummingbirds).

Kayaks on the RaceRunning through the city is the Mill Race Waterway - a man-made tributary extending from the Sugar River.  Local citizens funded the hand-digging of this canal in the 1860's to provide water power for a mill, foundry, and 2nd in the state access to electricity!.  Today the Race and Sugar River are perfect for fishing, hiking, tubes, kayaks, and canoes.  This peaceful setting offers nature at its best for all to enjoy.  In 2012 the "Embrace the Race" initiative was launched by local citizens. Currently going strong and gaining momentum is the "Pearl Island Recreational Corridor" development on the 180 acres between the river and the Race, a cooperative effort among the City, Chamber, and numerous civic organizations and private citizens.

This unique setting has you covered if you are looking for tranquil beauty and relaxing activities.  Brodhead is conveniently located within a       Ten Eyck round barn two    hour drive of Chicago, 40 minutes from Madison, 90 minutes from Milwaukee and an hour from Rockford. Escaping to Brodhead is guaranteed to be a refreshing experience and a decision you won't regret!



               Contact Us

Mailing Address:
Chamber of Commerce
Attn: Website Inquiry
P.O. Box 16
Brodhead, WI 53520

Phone: 608.897.8411

You can reach us from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CST, 5 days a week.

A Chamber representative will be happy to assist you. 


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