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Welcome to Argyle Wisconsin. We are hard working, genuine and friendly, and always happy to welcome visitors to our community.

The Pecatonica River flows through our community and offers many fishing, boating and picnic opportunities. There are three maintained fishing areas, which includes community boat landings, a sheltered picnic facility and handicapped fishing area. If your family and friends enjoy nature, you will fall in love with what Argyle has to offer.

Argyle is known for its scenery and rolling hills characteristic of the Driftless Area. Argyle has become popular for bicyclists, motorcyclists and small groups passing through and stopping to enjoy our hospitality.

We are located in southwest Wisconsin in eastern Lafayette County. Our charming main street is at the intersection of State Highway 78 & 81. The village operates its own hydroelectric plant. We have the Saxton House Museum which is the boyhood home of Robert M. La Follette known as "Fighting Bob". He founded the progressive movement, was elected Wisconsin's governor in 1900, and served as United States Senator from 1904 until he died in 1925.

With all the amenities the Argyle community has, we would be delighted to have you stay a day, a week or a lifetime. Come visit us soon!


Image Argyle School District
P.O. Box 256
14665 State Road 78
Argyle WI 53504
Phone: (608)543-3318

Nikki Smith, Principal


ImageArgyle Public Library

401 E. Milwaukee
Argyle WI 53504
(located in the Community Building)

Hours of Operation:
Mon thru Wed: 2:00pm-8:00pm
Fri-Sat: 9:00am-12:00pm
Thu and Sun: Closed

The Argyle Library has been established in the community since 1881. Part of the larger Southwest Library System, the library offers a wide variety of services: children's and adult's books available on shelves and through interlibrary loan, DVD's, books on cd, magazines, and newspapers. The library is available for accessing the internet and are equipped with Excel and Word programs.

Programs are frequently offered to adults and children. The Adult Book Club meets every first Thursday of the month, the children's art program "Crafternoons" meets the third Wednesday at 4pm of most school months.

The summer reading program welcomes all every Monday at 2pm during the months of June & July. Online databases are offered for learning a language, job hunting, and library material searching. Patrons can download books, music and movies to their personal e-book or check out the library's e-book for that purpose. The library offers an inviting atmosphere for casual reading and WiFi for personal computer use.

Contact: Sarah Kyrie, Director (608)543-3193



101 N. State St.
Argyle WI 53504


Gary McKenzie

The Pecatonica Valley Leader covers the Argyle and Pecatonica school districts and numerous local municipalities in the four county area of Lafayette, Green, Iowa and Dane counties.

The Pecatonica Valley Leader is a subsidiary of Reilly & Reilly, Inc., a newspaper chain also owning The Dodgeville Chronicle, The Mineral Point Democrat Tribune, and The Ad-Visor.
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri: 8:00am-4:00pm



“Thy word is a lamp to my feet, and a light to my path.”

St. Joseph Catholic

311 N. Lafayette St.
Argyle WI 53504

Contact: Fr. David Wanish

Sunday: 8:15am

Argyle & Apple Grove Lutheran

The parish provides Christian growth opportunity to our community by sharing God's love through sacrament, prayer, the Word of God and the Holy Scriptures.

Argyle 100 East St., Argyle WI 53504
Apple Grove Apple Grove Church Rd.

Contact: Pastor Dan Bohlman

1st and 5th Sundays at Argyle, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sundays at Apple Grove.
Please consult church website for times of service.

Yellowstone Lutheran

4472 Saints Rd..
Argyle WI 53504

Contact: Pastor Dan Bohlman

Sunday: Please consult website for times of services.

Cornerstone Lutheran

1540 Old Hwy 81
Argyle WI 53504

Contact:Rev. Ron Brubakken

Sunday: 10:00am


Argyle American Legion Post 251

Purpose: We support the veterans community and youth.

Who May Join? Anyone with at least 1 day of active duty military service for other than training on the included dates.

Community Events and Projects: Clean up below the dam for fishing and boating. Fish fry. Village and school libraries. Memorial Day and Veterans Day programs.

Regular Meetings?:
Third Thursday of the month, 7:00pm, Community Building.

Jerry Gerber, Adjutant
Phone: (608)543-3878

Argyle Booster Club

Purpose: The Argyle Booster Club is an all-volunteer organization that is committed to supporting school administration, staff, students, coaches, athletes, and programs in a positive way. The Argyle Booster Club will facilitate and promote the activities and academics of the Argyle School District and will raise funds required to meet our objectives.

Who May Join? Anyone interested in Argyle Schools.

Community Events and Projects: Golf outing fundraiser the last Saturday in June. Fall raffle during homecoming.

Regular Meetings?:
First Wednesday of the month, 7:00pm, Argyle HS Cafetorium.

Tina Ritschard
Phone: (608)214-3564


Purpose: Home Talent baseball team, a member of Wisconsin's oldest amateur adult baseball league.

Who May Join? Boys and men, high school age and older.

Community Events: Check out hometalent website for schedule information.

Regular Meetings? No

Mike Godfrey
Phone: (608)543-3718

Argyle Lions Clubfacebook/argyle lions

Purpose:We are a non profit organization that volunteer. We donate to the local community and we are affiliated with the International Lions.

Who May Join? Anyone may join.

Community Events: Rose delivery first Saturday in May. Poker Run last Saturday in June. Car Show co-sponsored with GoodFellas in August. Meat Raffle on Thanksgiving eve at Sportz Page and last Saturday in February at GoodFellas. Tree and wreath sale first Saturday in December.

Regular Meetings? 1st Thursday of each month, location varies.

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Melissa Gruenberg
Phone: (608)558-9226
Chuck Bredeson
Phone: (608)574-6598

Argyle Women's Club

Purpose: We do fundraising for community needs. The Argyle Women's Club have donated to the Argyle school children, we sponsor a scholarship to an Argyle student, donated to the Argyle Public Library and to the crosswalk sign project.

Who May Join? Anyone may join.

Community Events: Father's Day Pie and Cakes Sale is held Saturday of Fathers Day Weekend at the Argyle First National Bank. Gift Basket Silent Auction and Bake Sale is held in November at the Argyle First National Bank.

Regular Meetings: 2nd Monday of the month, 6:30pm, EMS building.

Tina Swingen
Phone: (608)543-3337

Mary Lou Hansen
Phone: (608)543-3030

Friends of Yellowstone Lake S.P.

Purpose: Provide volunteers for deferred maintenance tasks and raise funds for park improvement projects. Organize special events that are fun for the family.

Who May Join? Anyone may join.

Community Events: Candlelight Hike each February.

Regular Meetings: Third Thurday of the month, time and place tbd.

Amy Arthur
Phone: (608)425-0486

Historic Argyle

Purpose: Historic Argyle is a non-profit organization created to preserve, protect and promote the cultural history of the people and places of the Argyle area. We are in the process of restoring the "Saxton House", boyhood home of Robert M. LaFollette. The Saxton House will serve as a local museum to provide display space for local items of historic interest, with emphasis on the life of famed politician "Fighting Bob" LaFollette.

Who May Join? Anyone may join.

Community Events: LaFollette Day, 2nd Saturday in June at the Saxton House.

Regular Meetings? No (Irregular)

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Community Outreach

Argyle Food Pantry

Argyle Food Pantry at Argyle Lutheran Church in Argyle, WI. Open: 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 4-5:30 p.m. (Must reside within Argyle School District.) Fresh produce? Call to schedule drop off.

Adria Kuberski

Lafayette County Human

LCHS provides an array of community-based support for individuals and families to improve their quality of life. Support services include public assistance programs, employment training, family services, alcohol and drug abuse counseling, support for children with development disabilities.

Location: 627 Main St., Darlington WI 53530

Mon. 8:00am-4:30pm
Tue. 8:00am-7:00pm
Wed.-Fri. 8:00am-4:30pm

Lafayette County Human Services

Contact: (608)776-4800

Crisis Line: (800)208-4011

Focus on Energy

Focus on Energy’s Residential Programs deliver cost-effective energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions to Wisconsin single family homes, and multifamily buildings. The wide variety of program offerings reach customers through incentives, energy audits, direct install measures, and product buy-downs that save energy and raise awareness about Wisconsin’s energy conservation and renewable energy needs.

Our Residential Programs show Wisconsin residents how to lower their costs of living by being more energy efficient. Whether they're switching to ENERGY STAR® qualified LED bulbs or building an efficient house - these efforts are paying off. Since the beginning of the program, Wisconsin residents saved over $70 million in energy costs by making simple lifestyle changes.

Focus on Energy also offers a Simple Energy Efficiency pack to help residents save money and energy. Visit our website to see how you can receive free energy saving products!

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Contact: (800)762-7077

Argyle Community

Purpose: The Argyle Community Fund is a charitable component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, matching personal philanthropy with community need. It is charitable giving FOR the Argyle area, FROM the people who love our community and its heritage, to enhance and preserve our small town rural way of life and keep Argyle a wonderful place in which to live, work and play.

Who May Participate? The Community Fund allows individuals and groups to contribute of their time, talent and treasures toward the betterment of the community. Gifts to the Community Fund will directly benefit Argyle for generations to come. Each Community Fund has a volunteer board comprised of members from the community. The role of the board is to encourage the growth of the fund and oversee distributions of grants from the fund to community projects and programs.

Community Events: Grant applications are due by Oct 1, followed by grant selections and an award celebration.

Regular Meetings? Second Wednesday of the month, 4:30pm, Argyle Community Building

Linda Gebhardt