Welcome to Dousman, Wisconsin
Dousman is a great place to live, work and relax in the beautiful Kettle Moraine area of southeastern Wisconsin. We are a growing community with a mix of multigenerational families and new arrivals.
- Breakfast meetings that provide awesome networking
- Ribbon cutting ceremonies
- Fantastic special community events
- A solid network of business and community member supporting each other
- Collaboration on the development of our Main St and surrounding area
- Partnerships with other community organizations
- Reduced membership fees for community members
The Dousman Area Chamber provides an inexpensive way to advertise and be a more prominent part of the community. All members are listed on our website and in the Annual Community Guide, and have the option to participate in a number of other advertising opportunities!
Emily Pfaff attended Dousman Elementary School, KM Middle School and KM Perform School for Arts and Performance. She was actively involved in the Drama Club, International Thespian Society and Tri-M Music Honor Society throughout her high school career, serving in 21 productions in various roles such as stage manager, wing manager and co-stage manager. Pfaff worked closely with KM staff to transform the high school theatre program stage management training to better mirror that of professional theatres. She will attend Millikin University this fall to participate in the Stage Management BFA program.
Michael Zuba attended Dousman Elementary School, KM Middle School and KM High School. He participated in Student Senate, Best Buddies and Link Crew, the freshman orientation program that assists new students in their transition to Kettle Moraine. Michael was paired one-on-one with a buddy this past year through Best Buddies to provide the buddy with unique social experiences. Zuba held a part-time job since the age of 15, working at Three Pillars Senior Living Communities as a dining service assistant and most recently as a sandwich artist at Subway. He plans to study marketing at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse this fall.
Congratulations to these outstanding graduates!
CIRCUS POSTERS AVAILABLE FOR SALE!
We have a number of collectible Culpepper & Merriweather Circus posters available for sale.
Stop by the Corner Stop (200 N. Main Street) between 9 AM and 9 PM to purchase one for yourself!
Cost is $10 each. Proceeds going to our Streetscape Fund, which helps purchase necessities to keep Main Street looking beautiful.
The 100th anniversary of Dousman’s incorporation as a village will be in 2017,
and we want to celebrate in a big way with area businesses and the community!
The Wednesday, September 28th, meeting has been postponed. Stay tuned here for the new date very soon.
Community members and businesses will be encouraged to attend the meeting to begin planning this celebration!
Please keep your eyes on this website calendar and our Facebook Page to make note of upcoming planning meetings.