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July 2014

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  • Jul 3 - Aug 22 Plymouth - Mill Street Live Musical Series in Plymouth. A live musical show not to be missed. Your favorite music from the past five decades performed by the most talented singers and dancers in the area. 8 shows throughout July and August. Tickets in advance or at the door. Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill St.. For more information call (920) 892-8409.
  • Jul 16 - Aug 14 Hartford - Ballet, Tap, Funk, Irish Dance Classes. Introductory and Advanced Classes available in the disciplines of Ballet, Tap, Funk, Ballroom, and Irish Dance. Classes for all ages and abilities are offered. Come experience the magic of dance for yourself! 147 N Rural St. For more information call (262) 670-0560.
  • Jul 16 - Aug 14 Hartford - Youth Visual Art. Visual art classes are available over the summer. Need somthing fun to do? How about exploring the Arts? We have classes in Summer Landscapes, Ceramics, and Drawing available. Expand your world and try something new! 147 N Rural St. For more information call (262) 670-0560.
  • Jul 27 - Aug 3 Oshkosh - EAA Airventure Oskosh. Buckle your seat belts, EAA Airventure Oskosh is here! Days will be packed with air shows, exhibits, plane rides, presentations, workshops and more! This is the largest annual gathering of avian enthusiasts in the country! Afternoon air shows scheduled to begin at 2:30pm & night shows scheduled for 8pm. EAA Aviation Center, 3000 Poberezny Road. For more information call (920) 426-4800.
  • 28 - 30 Hartford - Script to Screen Camp. First Star Media's Script to Screen workshop is an intro movie production class that will inspire creativity and passion. Bring your student to experience the thrill of this exciting world. Mon Wed schedule from 10am-4pm Ages 11-15 call for more details! 147 N Rural St.. For more information call (262) 670-0560.
  • 29 Portage - La Farge Dam Oral History Project: Part 2 of 4. Part 2 of the Summer Speaker Series. Author and Educator Brad Steinmetz discusses the La Farge Dam & Lake Project and the histories of land owners affected by this prolonged, controversial Federal effort (that eventually resulted in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve). Book signing to follow. Historic Indian Agency House, Portage, WI. Event starts at 6:30PM. For more information call (608) 742-6362.
  • 30 Madison - Lakeside Kids . Come and enjoy an Indian Classical Dance Presentation by Meenakshi Ganesan & the Kalaanjali Dance Company. Monona Terrace 1 John Nolen Drive. Event starts at 10:00AM and ends at 10:00AM. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • Jul 31 - Aug 4 Johnson Creek - The Back-to-School & Fall Preview Sale at JCPO. Go back to school in style, enjoy the preview of fall colors and find extraordinary savings as over 60 retailers are ready to welcome you. The Children's Place Outlet, Columbia Sportswear, Gap Outlet, Gymboree, Nike, Under Armour and Zumiez. Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, 575 W. Linmar Lane. For more information call (920) 699-4112.
  • 31 Madison - Football 101 for Women. UW partners with Susan G. Komen South Central WI to raise money for the fight against breast cancer! Meet the Badger football players and coaches on July 31st! Get ready for on-field coaching and drills, autographs, pictures and more! Call to reserve your tickets today! Camp Randall. For more information call (608) 836-1083.
  • Jul 31 - Aug 2 Sheboygan - Annual Johnsonville Brat Days Festival. Celebrate Wisconsinís favorite food at the 61st Annual Johnsonville Brat Days festival in Sheboygan! Enjoy classic authentic brats or other delicious brat recipes including the double brat, brat on a stick, brat-b-q and much more! Event will also feature live music, the Brat Trot, a carnival, parade and marketplace. Johnsonville Brat Days is ran by the Sheboygan Jaycees and all proceeds are given back to the community. Kiwanis Park. For more information call (920) 803-8980.
  • Jul 31 - Aug 2 St. Germain - 10th Annual Pig in the Pines RibFest. Held at the St. Germain Community Park from 11:30 AM to 9:30 PM each day, enjoy professional award winning national rib vendors cooking ribs every day. Live bands, rides for everyone. St. Germain Community Park, Hwys. 70 & 155. For more information call (715) 477-2205.

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  • Jan 11 through Dec 31 Kenosha - "Seeing the Elephant" A 360 Degree Movie Experience. The Civil War Museum is one of just a handful of venues nationwide implementing 360 degree movie technology. "Seeing the Elephant" a term Civil War soldiers used to say they saw battle, uses the new high-tech digital movie experience to allow visitors a glimpse at the "Elephant." Civil War Museum 5400 1st Ave Kenosha, WI 53140. For more information call (262) 653-4140.
  • Feb 28 through Jan 31 Oneida - World War I Exhibit. This exhibit highlights the involvement of the Oneidas who served in World War I. W892 Cty Rd EE. For more information call (920) 869-6539.
  • May 10 through Aug 10 Kenosha - TWSA's 38th Annual National Juried Exhibition. The Transparent Watercolor Society of America, presents its 38th Annual National Juried Exhibition, Kenosha Public Museum, May 10 - August 10, 2014, Opening Reception Sunday, May 11, 1-4 pm. Watercolors on display by artists from around the country. 5500 First Avenue. For more information call (262) 653-4140.
  • May 15 through Sep 25 Milwaukee - Bike Night. Every Thursday Night, All bikes unite at the Harley-Davidson Museum. Harley-Davidson Museum. For more information call (414) 287-2789.
  • May 22 through Aug 28 Crivitz - 2014 Flea & Farmer's Market. Thursdays and July 4th only. 8am - 4pm. Arts & crafts, antiques & collectables, wood products, vegetables, canned Items, plants and more! There is something for everyone! Come visit local businesses and chat with our vendors. For vendor info please call Barb at (715) 854-2030. Across from the Village Hall-800 Henriette Ave. For more information call (715) 854-2030.
  • May 24 through Oct 4 Coloma - Coloma Craft & Flea Market. Shop for crafts, antiques, collectibles, flea market items, seasonal organic produce, baked goods and more. Sale dates: May 24, June 7, June 29 (Sunday of Chicken Chew festivities), July 5, Aug 2, Aug 30 and Oct 4(Coloma Fall Festival downtown). Food and beverage available. Market sponsored by Coloma Area Historical Society. Coloma Community Park, 232 S. Front St. For more information call (715) 228-2109.
  • May 24 through Oct 25 West Bend - Downtown West Bend Farmers Market. Over 65 vendors with fresh vegetables, herbs, cheese, eggs, fruit, bakery, flowers, hone, jams, soap, entertainment and much more! Downtown, 215 N Main St. Event starts at 7:30AM and ends at 11:00AM. For more information call (262) 338-3909.
  • May 26 through Sep 1 St. Germain - St. Germain Flea & Farmer's Market. Held from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the St. Germain Community Park every Monday (Memorial Day through Labor Day) rain or shine. Presented by the St. Germain Fire Department Association. New for 2014, a farmer's market will be held in conjunction with the flea market! St. Germain Community Park, Hwys. 70 & 155. For more information call (715) 891-7333.
  • May 29 through Aug 20 Hartford - Adult Visual Art. Our visual art classes will show you how to express yourself through the medium of art. Whether its Plein Air Painting, Painting Studio, Drawing, or Garden Art with clay, you can be sure to come away with a masterpiece that is uniquely yours! 147 N Rural St. For more information call (262) 670-0560.
  • May 29 through Aug 6 Mequon - Lakeshore Chinooks. The Lakeshore Chinooks are a summer collegiate baseball team that plays in the Northwoods League. The ownership includes Robin Yount and Bob Uecker. Home games are played at Kapco Park at Concordia University in Mequon. The Chinooks will be hosting the 2014 Northwoods League All-Star Game on July 22nd. 12800 N Lake Shore Drive. For more information call (262) 618-4659.
  • Jun 5 through Aug 28 West Bend - Music on Main. The place to be every Thursday night from 6:30 to 9:30 pm is Downtown West Bend. Free Admission, live music, food & beverages. 215 N Main St. For more information call (262) 338-3909.
  • Jun 9 through Sep 27 Kenosha - Festival of Cartooning. A must see for all ages, the Kenosha Public Museum is hosting the first gallery show of comic art for the Kenosha Festival of Cartooning! Kenosha Public Museum, 5500 First Ave.. For more information call (262) 653-4140.
  • Jun 9 through Aug 25 St. Germain - St. Germain Bingo. Bingo! Exciting games of Bingo are held at the St. Germain Community Center every Monday at 7:00 PM. Food is provided for this fun, family-friendly bingo event. St. Germain Community Center, 545 Hwy. 155. Event starts at 7:00PM. For more information call (715) 477-2205.
  • Jun 13 through Aug 8 Neshkoro - Gazebo Concerts in Neshkoro. From June 13-August 8 there will be free Gazebo Concerts at River's Edge Park in Neshkoro on Friday Nights. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy music in the park. River's Edge Park. Event starts at 7:00PM. For more information call (920) 293-4423.
  • Jun 14 through Sep 1 Milwaukee - The American Road Exhibit. "Road Trip!" These words conjure all sorts of imagery, vivid memories, and nostalgia. Opening June of 2014, the Harley-Davidson Museum's special exhibition The American Road traces the rise of the road trip as an American ritual. Harley-Davidson Museum. For more information call (414) 287-2789.
  • Jun 18 through Aug 20 Hartford - Wine and Painting. Enjoy and relaxing social evening by creating a masterpiece while sipping wine, beer or a creative cocktail. Whether you are an experienced painter, or just looking to explore your creative side, Wine and Painting could just be the perfect thing for you. 147 N Rural St. For more information call (262) 670-0560.
  • Jun 25 through Aug 20 Kenosha - Free Weekly Kids Event, Dinosaur Discovery Museum. Free Hands On Exhibit for Kids: Whadda Ya Know Wednesdays teaches all about dinosaurs. 1PM - 4PM, June 25 - August 20, 2014, there will be a different theme featuring stories, crafts and games to learn about the world of paleontology spotlighting dinosaurs in the gallery like Stan, the T rex. Dinosaur Discovery Museum, 5608 10th Ave.. For more information call (262) 653-4450.

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