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April 2015

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  • 4 Johnson Creek - JCPO Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny Visit . On Saturday, April 4, children ages 2-10 are invited to bring their basket and find candy and toys in the grassy area between Rue21 and Nike Clearance Store. Parents are encouraged to bring a camera for great photo opportunities with the bunny. The event begins promptly at 2 p.m. 575 W. LInmar Lane. For more information call (920) 699-4112.
  • 4 Johnson Creek - Johnson Creek Premium Outlets open on Easter. Johnson Creek Premium Outlet stores will be open for your shopping convenience on Easter Sunday, April 5 from 12-6 p.m. Visit our Web site for store promotions. 575 W. Linmar Lane, exit 267 off I-94. For more information call (920) 699-4112.
  • 4 Mineral Point - Gallery Night. In 15th year, Gallery Night is 4 times a yr 4/4, 6/6, 8/1 and 12/5. Come early, stay late. High Street. For more information call (608) 987-3201.
  • 4 Monona - The Great Egg Hunt and Spring Spectacular. Go on an egg hunt to search for real eggs throughout the ALNC grounds, learn how to use natural dyes, visit with some spring animals, learn all about other animals that lay eggs, win prizes and much, much more! ALNC 330 Femrite Drive. Event starts at 2:00PM and ends at 4:00PM. For more information call (608) 221-0404.
  • 4 Neenah - 2nd Annual Spring Fling Craft and Vendor Event. Over 40 crafters&vendors to shop from. Fundraising event for CASA of the Fox Valley. Not not able to join us and want to donate, please contact us. Lucky Dogz, 157 S Green Bay Rd. For more information call (920) 858-0647.
  • 4 Poynette - Maple Syrup Festival. Enjoy learning about the sugar bush and the process of making maple syrup from it. Enjoy a pancake breakfast (8am-12noon), horse drawn wagon rides and more! Free to the public. Concession stand, breakfast and raffles available at added cost. MacKenzie Environmental Education Center W7303 County Road CS & Q. Event starts at 8:00AM and ends at 2:00PM. For more information call 608-635-8105.
  • 5 Racine - Mega Helicopter Egg Drop. Registration is open online for our Mega Helicopter Egg drop. There are 3 separate hunts according to age groups. Wristbands to the hunts can be picked up before/after either 9am or 11am service on April 5th. This is a free event. Each child will receive a bag of candy. 9605 Spring St.. For more information call (262) 886-6150.
  • 10 Baraboo - Tonic Sol Fa. Tonic Sol Fa has spent the past decade on the road carving their niche as a top vocal group. This quartet has been named one of the top five must see groups in America. Al. Ringling Theatre 136 4th Ave.. Event starts at 7:30PM. For more information call (608) 356-8864.
  • 11 Green Bay - Dine & Dance for the Environment. Clean Water Action Council's Annual Fundraiser. Agenda; Social: 5:00, Silent Auction: 5:00-8:30 Dinner: 6:00, Program: 7:00, Dance: 7:30 music by Zoomie & the Dynamics Meal options: Chicken breast (gluten-free) or vegetarian portabella mushroom (gluten-free and vegan) with sides & dessert. Dance Only tickets come at 7:00 p.m. Dinner & Dance $20, Dance Only $15 Riverside Ballroom, 1560 Main St.. For more information call (920) 421-8885.
  • 11 - 12 Minocqua - Only Fools Run At Midnight. Fools from near and far will romp through the streets and trails of Minocqua at the stroke of Midnight. 5Krun/walk and 10K run. Lakeland Union High School, Hwy 70 W,. For more information call (715) 356-5266.
  • 11 - 12 Mukwonago - 28th Annual Quilt Show. 28th annual quilt show in Mukwonago Parkview Middle School, 930 N. Rochester. For more information call (414) 529-2593.
  • 11 Phillips - Tall Ceramic Pots #1. First in a two-part series of perfecting the art of hand-shaping clay objects with tall sides. John Langer, Bearpaw Pottery, is on hand to share more advanced techniques for creating vases, pitchers and more. Registration & fee of $40 required for two-part workshop. N8236 S. Hwy. 13. For more information call (715) 339-7282.
  • 11 Stevens Point - Collection Crawl - UWSP Museum of Natural History. Join in the fun at the 6th Annual UW-Stevens Point Museum of Natural History Collection Crawl. Go behind the scenes as we open up our teaching and research collections to the public. This free, family-friendly event only happens once a year, so don't miss it! 900 Reserve St.. For more information call (715) 346-2858.
  • 12 Briggsville - Annual Pancake Brunch. Buttermilk and potato pancakes with eggs and sausage, beverage and dessert. CLUB 23, East of Wisconsin Dells. Event starts at 9:00AM and ends at 1:00PM. For more information call (608) 253-6567.
  • 12 Milwaukee - CheeseTopia 2015. CheeseTopia brings the best of Midwest artisan and farmstead cheese to the heart of the city. Sample and buy cheese from 50 cheesemakers inside The Pritzlaff Building in the historic Third Ward of Milwaukee. The Pritzlaff Building/333 N. Plankinton Ave. For more information call (608) 358-7837.
  • 15 - 18 Appleton - Storybook Stars Presents: Splat the Cat by Scotton. Join us in the Mielke Family Theater for listening to the story read-aloud, meeting the star of the book, and making a take-home craft. Free with museum membership or daily admission. April 15th & 17th 10-11 am & 2:30-3:30 pm, April 18th 2:30-3:30 pm The Building for Kids Children's Museum. For more information call (920) 734-3226.
  • 17 Plymouth - The Whiskey Belles: Three Chords of the Truth. This concert is presented by the Plymouth Arts Center and performed by the Whiskey Belles. It can only be described as a roots country music experience, born of gin halls and juke joints! Plymouth Arts Center. For more information call (920) 892-8409.
  • 18 Appleton - Spectrum Saturday. Spectrum Saturday is a program designed to give families with children on the autism spectrum a lower sensory experience in the museum. Admission is free to children and their families on the autism spectrum from 9-10 a.m., but you are invited to stay as long as you'd like. 100 W. College Ave.. For more information call (920) 734-3226.
  • 18 Dodgeville - Grilled Cheese Championship. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the competition as either a competitor or spectator. For your viewing pleasure there will be bleachers set up to be able to take in all of the sights and smells. You can purchase a VIP Ticket to be able to enjoy competition level sandwiches or try the wonderful food prepared by the food vendors and exhibitors at the event Harris Park 600 Bennett Road. Event starts at 11:00AM and ends at 4:00PM. For more information call (608) 935-9200.
  • 18 Minocqua - Minocqua Home, Lifestyle and Recreation Show. This one day event will inspire homeowners, outdoor enthusiasts, those interested in health and lifestyle issues along with folks looking for something new to do in the area. The show will have dozens of exhibitors featuring the latest products and trends. Lakeland Union High School 9573 Hwy 70 W. For more information call (715)-356-5266.
  • 18 Sturtevant - Princess Tea- Borzynski's Farm & Floral Market. Tea includes a delightful selection of finger sandwiches, desserts and your choice of specialty teas. Princess games & crafts! $14.95 per person. Limited seating, reservations required. Recommended age 2- 8 years old 11600 Washington Ave. For more information call (262) 886-2235.
  • 18 Whitewater - Whitewater Walk. A Dairyland Walkers 5K/10K event for which walkers may register between 8 am and noon, must finish walking by 3 pm. Cost $2/$3. Goes to various parks and residential areas, as well as the UW-Whitewater campus. Cravath Lakefront Park, 341 S. Fremont St.. For more information call (608) 756-1599.
  • 19 Milwaukee - North Shore Wellness, Body, Mind & Spirit Expo. Join us on April 19th from 9am-6pm and attend a wellness expo featuring the best advances in alternative health, exhibits, and speakers all joined together to promote the importance of balance in your life, through mind, body and spirit. Four Points Sheraton Milwaukee North Shore. Event starts at 9:00AM and ends at 6:00PM. For more information call (414) 349-4932 .
  • Apr 21 - May 24 Milwaukee - Peter and the Starcatcher. Before Peter was Pan, he was just an orphan who didn't like grown ups. But his future changes forever when he boards a pirate ship, and we're whisked away on a breathtaking adventure to answer the question: how did a boy named Peter become The Boy Who Never Grew Up? Milwaukee Repertory Theater. For more information call (414) 224-9490.
  • 22 Madison - Wright Design Series w/ Stephen Chung. 7:00 PM- Lecture Hall, Free and open to the public. "Cool Spaces! The Best New Architecture" is a new series airing on public television that profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Chung worked seven years to bring this show to television. 1 John Nolen Drive. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 24 - 25 Madison - Moon Over Monona Terrace. One of our most popular programs, Moon Over Monona Terrace combines the talents of the Madison Astronomical Society (MAS) with the striking views from the Monona Terrace Rooftop, topped off with crossed fingers for a crystal clear Madison evening! Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr.. Event starts at 7:30PM and ends at 9:30PM. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 25 Phillips - Tall Ceramic Pots #2. Second in a two-part series of perfecting the art of hand-shaping clay objects with tall sides, John Langer will illustrate advanced techniques for finishing and glazing your bisque-fired creations. Registration & fee of $40 required for two-part workshop. All supplies & kiln firing provided but space is limited. N8236 S. Hwy. 13. For more information call (715) 339-7282.
  • 25 Racine - Bunny Hop 5K Run/Walk. This is a really fun morning of healthy exercise with friends and family! All participants will receive a Bunny Hop t-shirt. All children under the age of 12 will receive their own medal and find eggs filled with goodies along the way! North Beach Oasis. For more information call (877) 651-2440.
  • 29 Colgate - Out of the Shadows-A Theatrical Orphan Train Experience. A ride on an orphan train you will never forget. Set on the streets of America's cities in 1882. This theatrical performance is a thrilling collection of stories inspired by the true lives of children who experienced abandonment, abuse, and love. Wednesday, April 29 - 7:00 pm. Free. Wooded Hills Church 777 State Road 164. Event starts at 7:00PM. For more information call (832) 231-2768.
  • 29 Madison - Tunes at Monona Terrace w/ 5 Card Studs. 5:30-7PM: Exhibition Hall. free and open to the public. Tunes' concerts feature the talents of local and regional musicians showcasing a wide variety of musical genres including polka, big band, swing, 50s & 60s, Blues, and tribute bands. 1 John Nolen Drive. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 30 Madison - Pechakucha Night. Each presenter shows 20 images for 20 seconds apiece. It's an event that is never the same twice, so leave your expectations at the door. Monona Terrace is proud to serve as the official Madison site for PechaKucha International. Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr.. Event starts at 7:00PM. For more information call (608) 261-4000.

  • Earlier events that run through April:

  • Oct 10 through May 15 Kenosha - Travel Adventure Series at Reuther Auditorium. Kenosha Public Museum presents Travel Adventure Series. Includes seven, 90-minute digital films shown on a large screen in the historic Reuther Auditorium. Each film takes viewers to worldly destinations, describing the art, music, architecture, culture & history from a first-person perspective. Professional filmmakers share experiences through movies and interactive discussions. Kenosha Public Museum, 58th St. & Sheridan Rd.. For more information call (262) 653-4140.
  • Dec 29 through Oct 2 Blue Mounds - Camp Brigham Family Fun Days. Join the Camp Brigham staff and celebrate the winter season with fun indoor & outdoor activities. Children will enjoy arts and crafts, winter playtime, seasonal stories, camp songs and camp snacks in the visitor center. Cave of the Mounds, 2975 Cave of the Mounds Rd. For more information call (608) 437-3038.
  • Jan 27 through May 3 Racine - Body Language: New Acquisitions of Figurative Work. The figure is used to tell stories, to symbolize existence, and to represent the human condition. Featuring works in diverse media new to RAMs collection, Body Language reflects our desire to study, analyze, and respond to the human body as form and content. Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Jan 27 through Jul 5 Racine - New Acquisitions: Contemporary Art Jewelry. This exhibition celebrates recent gifts from a handful of dedicated collectors and donors. A special feature of this exhibition is a concentrated look at the work of several artists that RAM is collecting in-depth. Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Feb 15 through Jun 7 Racine - Kindred Collecting: Exploring the Art Collections . Racine Art Museum and The Prairie School, also in Racine, have been the beneficiaries of donors who believe that art is a powerful tool and important to a well-rounded education. Racine Art Museum 441 Main St.. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Mar 20 through May 24 Milwaukee - Low Down Dirty Blues. Four multi-talented performers pour their passion, soul, and love into the hits of Muddy Waters, Ma Rainey, Sophie Tucker, Howlin Wolf, Pearl Bailey, and many more. Twenty-two smokin' songs, non-stop blues riffs, titillating double-entendres, and hot rhythms keep the theater sultry and steamy from the first note to the last. Milwaukee Repertory Theater. For more information call (414) 224-9490.
  • Mar 23 through May 18 Madison - Meditation at Monona Terrace. Every Monday from 11:45-12:30 PM, meditation will be offered to the public. Meditation can reconnect you with a sense of calm and inner peace. Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • Mar 30 through Apr 5 Wisconsin Dells - Easter Egg Hunt. Hop over to go on our Easter Egg Hunt for yummy prizes and giveaways. Bring your family and friends and, dare we say, scramble for as many eggs as you can! Swiss Maid Fudge, 743 Superior Street. For more information call (608)254-7771.

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