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March 2015

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  • 1 - 4 La Crosse - Creative Imperatives Festival. Join UW-L for our second annual arts and communication festival, a festival designed to showcase the innovative and thought-provoking work of our students, faculty, staff, and distinguished guests. This year, we are pleased to offer over 40 events that feature our students, staff, and visiting artists/scholars. 1725 State Street. For more information call (608) 785-8000.
  • 2 - 19 Madison - Lunchtime Yoga. Take a break from the daily stresses of your workday with Lunchtime Yoga! Focus on breathing techniques to help relieve stress and learn useful techniques to navigate the rest of your day. Classes are held every Monday and Thursday from 12-12:45 PM. Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr.. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 5 Madison - Wright Design Series w/ Wendy Evans Joseph, FAIA. 7:00 PM- Lecture Hall, Free and open to the public. As the founding partner of the eponymous firm Studio Joseph, Wendy Evans Joseph searches for a timeless quality in her architecture that is unpretentious, pragmatic, and with an artistic eye to abstraction. 1 John Nolen Drive. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 6 Shell Lake - Shell Lake Arts Center presents Piano Fest 2015. Join the Shell Lake Arts Center for an exclusive evening concert with the Phillips Gebrian Chamber Duet featuring an evening of classical chamber music from a broad range of eras: Bach to modern. Shell Lake Arts Center 802 1st St.. Event starts at 7:00PM. For more information call (715) 468-2414.
  • 7 Oak Creek - Aicardi Party Beer and Wine Tasting Event. A fundraiser to benefit the mission of Aicardi Syndrome Foundation. Live and silent auctions with lots of items to bid on! Register online. Advanced cost $25, $30 at the door. Oak Creek Community Center, 8580 S. Howell Avenue . For more information call (414)232-5374.
  • 7 Prairie du Sac - Wollersheim Winery Open House. Wollersheim Winery's Annual Open House offers grapevine pruning, cooking with wine demonstrations and winemaker talks. Visits through the winery's fermentation facilities and historic aging cellars on a self-guided tour are available throughout the day. Bottling line demonstrations and interactive displays are available for families to enjoy. Wollersheim Winery, 7876 Wisconsin 188. Event starts at 10:00AM and ends at 4:00PM. For more information call 1(800) VIP-WINE.
  • 7 Sparta - Monroe County Historical Society Spring Craft Show. Check out all of the spring crafts new to this season. Sparta High School. Event starts at 9:00AM and ends at 4:00PM.
  • 7 - 8 Sturtevant - Antique & Craft Fair at Borzynski's Farm & Floral . March 7th 10:00 am 4:00 pm March 8th 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Come see the unique handmade items and antiques that are on sale by local Crafters. We will have a lunch special, and hourly drawings throughout the day. (Must be present to win the drawings.) 11600 Washington Ave . For more information call (262) 886-2235.
  • 10 Madison - Promega's Spring Art Showcase Reception. The Promega Spring Art Showcase presents Creative Consciousness; an exploration into altered states of mind or realms of consciousness through impactful artwork, poetry and creative performances. Promega Corp., 5445 E Cheryl Pkwy. For more information call (608) 277-2669.
  • 10 Monona - Public Lecture No Going Back: Ethics and Institutions. Join the Aldo Leopold Nature Center for a free public lecture by Paul Robbins, Professor and Director, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin, in which he explores the ethics and institutions of our current planetary era. ALNC 330 Femrite Drive. Event starts at 6:00PM and ends at 7:00PM. For more information call (608) 221-0404.
  • 13 - 14 Plymouth - 10th Annual Shamrocks and Shenanigans. This production will be focusing on Irish culture and the holiday of St. Patrick's Day. Plymouth Arts Center. For more information call (920) 892-8409.
  • 14 Racine - St. Pat's Day 5K - Racine, WI. Racine, WI will be host to the St . Pat's Day 5K "Sure to be a spring favorite among Southeast Wisconsin and Northern Illinois running community" This is an excellent way to kick off your outdoor running season! Jose's Blue Sombrero. For more information call (877) 651-2440.
  • 14 Shell Lake - Shell Lake Arts Center presents Canvas & Cork. Join us for some wine & whimsy! Enjoy a painting workshop where the instructor will guide you step-by-step. All materials included. Wine will be available to purchase by the bottle or glass. $45 at the door, or register and pay by March 1st to receive a $10 discount! Shell Lake Arts Center 802 1st St.. Event starts at 7:00PM and ends at 9:30PM. For more information call (715) 468-2414.
  • 14 Tomah - Families First 5th Annual Trivia Fundraiser. It's Families First of Monroe County's 5th Annual Trivia Team Competition. The money raised from this event provides funding for programming support in order to assist Monroe County residents who are less fortunate and in emergent situations that require assistance to avoid homelessness Due to the serving of alcoholic beverages at the event, no one under 21 will be allowed admission. Gold Recreation Building, Recreation Park. Event starts at 5:00PM and ends at 10:00PM. For more information call 608-374-4141.
  • 14 - 15 Waukesha - Waukesha Expo Market. S.E. Wisconsin's Fastest Growing Antique/Collectible/Home Party Flea Market Show. (Located at the Waukesha County Expo ARENA just west of the Waukesha Airport and only 4 1/2 minutes from I-94). Free Parking. Handicapped Accessible. 1000 Northview Road. For more information call (414) 587-8225.
  • 15 Oconomowoc - Tannahill Weavers. Enjoy Scottish folk, ballads and customary music with the Tannahill Weavers appearing just in time for St. Patrick's Day. Hailed as one of Scotland's premiere traditional bands, their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies. 641 East Forest Street. For more information call (262) 560-3172 .
  • 18 Madison - Tunes at Monona Terrace w/ All That Jazz Big Band. 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.
  • 18 Madison - Bioneers Video Keynote: I Wish You Water. Join the Aldo Leopold Nature Center and Sustain Dane on Wednesday, March 18, 6-8 PM for a free video keynote from Wallace Nichols, esteemed marine biologist, on the healing impacts of water and its importance in our lives. ALNC 330 Femrite Drive,. Event starts at 6:00PM. For more information call (608) 221-0404.
  • 20 - 22 Columbus - Grease. Columbus High School presents Grease Columbus High School 1164 Farnham St.. For more information call (920) 623-5950.
  • Mar 20 - 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.
  • 21 Burlington - Home and Garden Show. Join the fun at the 2014 Home Expo held on March 21 from 9-3 p.m.This family friendly, entertaining, and informative Home Expo is great for all ages with free workshops, the Chocolate Extravaganza and Cupcake Wars, over 100 vendors, food court and door prizes and raffles all day! Burlington High School. For more information call (262) 763-6044.
  • Mar 23 - 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.
  • 28 Appleton - 5th Annual Free Easter Egg Hunt. Kids age 12 and under welcome! 10:00-10:45 am registration ,11:00 am shotgun start. Please arrive early to register and receive your goody bag. (While supplies last; first 300 kids.) We will begin promptly at 11:00 am; eggs go fast! Prospera Credit Union 4830 N. Ballard Rd.. For more information call (920)-882-4800.
  • 28 Oshkosh - Fox Valley Bike Swap. Find great deals on new and used bikes for sale or swap including road, mountain, triathlon, BMX, vintage, and kids. Clothing, parts, tools, trainers, baby joggers, and accessories also will be available from local bike shops and private sellers. This annual event is an Oshkosh Cycling Club fundraiser. 9am-3pm. Sunnyview Expo Center 500 E. County Rd. For more information call (920) 420-7580.
  • 29 Madison - Maple Syrup Fest. Satisfy your sweet tooth and spend a delightful afternoon outdoors with your family at the ALNC's Maple Syrup Fest! Visitors can participate in hands-on activities and see demonstrations of various methods by which Native Americans, pioneers and people today tap trees for the production of maple syrup and sugar. ALNC 330 Femrite Drive. For more information call (608) 216-9374.
  • 29 Onalaska - YMCA Color Dash 5K. Coming to Onalaska, the Color Dash is an exciting event, great for friends, families or those looking for a way to stay active. Participants run (or walk) the traditional 5K distance, though they do so while receiving showers of bright colors along the way Onalaska Omni Center (255 Riders Club Rd. For more information call (608) 782-9622.

  • Earlier events that run through March:

  • 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 1 through Mar 30 Mauston - Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides at Red Ridge Ranch. Horse-drawn sleigh ride through Wisconsin's winter wonderland! 250 acres of rolling countryside on a 40 minute tour. Each sleigh holds 10-15 people. Reservations are required, call for prices and availability. Red Ridge Ranch, W4881 Wisconsin 82. For more information call (608) 847-2273.
  • 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 16 through Mar 15 Milwaukee - The Beautiful Music All Around Us. Legendary musician and 2013 Grammy-nominee Stephen Wade, who has delighted audiences from the White House to Broadway, brings his exploration of Southern musical traditions to the Stackner. This exhilarating theatrical concert features spoken word, projected images, and live music-making. Milwaukee Repertory Theater. For more information call (414) 224-9490.
  • 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.
  • Jan 30 through Mar 20 Plymouth - Three Artists - Three Countries - Three Perspectiv. Art finds its inspiration in a wealth of experiences, travel is one. Three talented local artists present their personal perspectives on canvas in the new exhibit opening in Gallery 110 North of the Plymouth Arts Center. Plymouth Arts Center. For more information call (920) 892-8409.
  • Feb 11 through Mar 22 Milwaukee - The Amish Project. Inspired by the 2006 school shootings in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, this fictional account of a real-life tragedy allows us to glimpse into the world of Amish culture, and to come to grips with the true limits of compassion and forgiveness. Milwaukee Repertory Theater. For more information call (414) 224-9490.
  • 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.

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