Community Organizations



Shows take place Wednesdays and Saturdays Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, 6:30pm at the Lake Arrowhead Dam.

The Shermalot Show Team has a deep heritage of competitive show skiing and are five time Wisconsin State Division II Champions. The Shermalot Show Team is the third longest continuous running water ski show in the State of Wisconsin and performs shows twice weekly on Lake Arrowhead since 1982.

Shermalot Water Ski Team Website



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 We are a group of Rome residents whose objective is to make silent (non-motorized) sports safer and more accessible with-in the town and surrounding areas. Our primary focus is to eliminate hazardous routes for these activities and provide safe alternatives.

Discover Rome Area Family Trails Flyer (2)

Pickle Ball

Not meeting during COVID-19.

Rome Ladies Luncheons 

Not meeting during COVID-19.

TOPS Chapter-Take Off Pounds Sensibly 

Not meeting during COVID-19.

Wood Carvers 

Not meeting during COVID-19.

Rome Sno-Bandits Snowmobile Club 


Club meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of the month September - June at the Rome Town Hall at 9:00 AM.
There are no meetings in the months of July and August.

Rome Sno-Bandits Website

Open Trapshooting 


Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 9am-5pm or by appointment. Wisconsin Trapshooting Association. (Except during competitive shoots)

Trapshoot Website


Not meeting during COVID-19.

Woodland Quilters 

Not meeting during COVID-19.

Tri-Norse Cross Country Skiing and Snow Shoe Trails

Open Saturday and Sundays from 10 am until 3 pm. $5.00 trail fee. Over 6 miles of trails. Concessions available in their warming house.

Tri-Norse Website

Lake Arrowhead Cross Country Skiing Trails 

Open during the winter. Come hop on their trail at hole #1 or #10 of the Pines Golf Course. Parking is available at their clubhouse.

Senior Luncheons 

Meals on Wheels is available to those who qualify.  Call (608) 339-4251 for more information.

Chester Outdoor Learning Center

Chester Shool Forest Sign

The Chester Outdoor Learning Center is the result of a cooperative effort between the Nekoosa School District and the Town of Rome.

School district representatives, students, teachers, UWSP LEAF Coordinators, DNR Representatives, town officials and staff have been working since March 2015 to restore the school forest on Alpine Drive.

Plans for the 40 acre parcel include a shelter building, extensive trail system, flora and fauna markers, and an outdoor "theatre" for naturalist programs and entertainment.

For more information regarding this exciting and face-paced project or to get involved contact Mr. Terry Whitemore at

If you are interested in supporting this effort financially please link to the project's "GoFundMe" campaign at

Civic Groups

Home Town Rome Players 

Purpose/Interest: To share local creative talents as service to our community. Includes acting and dance troupes.

Meetings: 3rd Wednesday - Monthly - 1:00PM - Key Savings Bank  Contact: Ron & Barb Blair -

Not meeting during COVID-19.

Rome Home Town Players Website

American Legion Post #65

Purpose/Interest: An organization comprised of veterans committed to serving veterans, their families and communities.

Meetings: 1st Tuesday - Monthly - 6:30PM - Rome Municipal Complex

Contacts: Commander Jim Kitchen; SAL Chris Riemenschnieder 715.325.4181

Not meeting during COVID-19.

American Legion Auxiliary Unit #65

Purpose/Interest: To support American Legion programs for veterans, young people, and our community.

Meeting: 1st Wednesday - Monthly - 5:30PM - Big Flats Community Church

Contact: President Cathy Corbin, #608-295-5850 or

HCE Romemakers

Purpose/Interest: HCE offers opportunities for learning in a social setting and sharing what we learn; caring to make a difference in our homes, communities, and the world.

Meeting: 2nd Thursday - Monthly - 9:00AM - Woodland Lutheran Church

Contact: President Jeanne Osgood - 715-325-6244 or

Contact Jeanne if you are interested in meeting virtually.

Friends of the Lester Public Library

Purpose/Interest: Support the library and it's function in the community.

 Meeting: Check for meeting dates and times

 Contact: President Ron Fregien
(715) 459-8571

Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation

The Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation meets every second Tuesday of the month in the Community Room of the Lester Public Library at 6:00 p.m. Our meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend.

Our mission is to educate the public on the importance of preserving and protecting our environment.

Not meeting during COVID-19.

Room To Roam Dog Park

Room to Roam Dog Park(1)

The park is located on Roman's Way at 1351 Apache Avenue and is open at all times year round.

The Room to Roam Dog Park is totally supported by incredibly generous volunteers and donations.

Use of the park is available to all at no cost with the request that you use the park safely and help maintain it by picking up after your pets.

Please only leave paw prints.

Dog license's are available 

Proof of rabies is required
$8.00 for Spayed or Neutered Dogs
$13.00 for Male or Female  Dogs
Available at Rome Town Hall