Jefferson’s entertainment calendar is filled throughout the year with everything from big bands, the blues, classical offerings and children’s theater. The Council for the Performing Arts, founded in 1977, is dedicated to and hosts professional and amateur acts for community enrichment and entertainment. Performances are scheduled at the Performing Arts Center, which is located in Jefferson High School. The center includes a 1,000 seat auditorium making this facility one of southeastern Wisconsin’s largest community theaters.
Jefferson has numerous recreational opportunities, from the aquatic center, to golf, soccer fields, tennis courts, softball diamonds, a skate board facility, sledding hills, and an ice skating rink. Most are located within our beautiful parks throughout the city.
The Glacial Drumlin Trail is located north of the city for the biking enthusiast.
For the nature enthusiast Schiferl Park offers a nature trail along a spring fed creek and is located on the city’s southeast side.
Rotary Park, located by the Rock River, offers a quiet serene place to sit and relax and to enjoy Concerts in the Park during the summer.