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Events in Wisconsin

May 2015

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  • 1 - 17 Ontario - Wild Cat Mountain Camping Weekends. Only offered in May! A weekend getaway for the horse lover who loves to ride but doesn't own a horse. Red Ridge Ranch will bring the horses and the food, all you need is a tent or a camper! Meet up at the Wild Cat Mountain State Park and trail ride through some of Wisconsin's premier bluff country on safe, well-trained and maintained trail horses. Wild Cat Mountain State Park. For more information call (608) 847-2273.
  • 1 West Bend - 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. Friday, May 1 - 7:00 pm. Free. First Baptist Church 2300 S Main Street. For more information call (832) 231-2768.
  • 2 Eau Claire - Mother's Day Bazaar. Mother's day Bazaar, 75+ vendors in one location, shoppers enter the drawing for a chance to win cash prizes and gift baskets. Eau Claire Expo Center. For more information call (651) 246-0673.
  • 2 Hudson - Walk MS: Hudson Walk. This community event raises critical funds to support life-changing programs and cutting-edge research. It is an experience unlike any other. Join friends, family and your community and walk to create a world free of MS 1300 Carmichael Road. For more information call (800) 582-5296.
  • 2 Merrill - Community Color Run for United Way. The Community Color Run for United Way is a family friendly event focused on raising money for the United Way! Riverside Athletic Club 500 South Center Avenue. For more information call (715) 536-2481.
  • 2 - 3 Oshkosh - African Violet Show & Sale. Come see hundreds of beautiful African violets and related plants on exhibit and for sale. Pots, soil, and fertilizer also for sale. May 2, 10a.m.-4:30p.m. May 3, 11:30a.m.-3p.m. St.Jude the Apostle Church Hall, 531 Knapp St.. For more information call (920)426-3764.
  • 2 St. Germain - 2nd Annual Martinis in May. Join us for the 2nd Annual Martinis in May in 2015! This event will be held 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Whitetail Inn when the Northwoods sends their best bartenders to compete in the competition! Light hors d' oeuvres and live music will be provided by Tony Ocean. Whitetail Inn Restaurant. For more information call (715) 477-2205.
  • 2 West Bend - 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. Saturday, May 2 11:00 am & 6:00 pm. Free. First Baptist Church 2300 S Main Street. For more information call (832) 231-2768.
  • 6 - 29 Madison - PiYo. Improve your overall health with this unique and fun way to exercise! PiYo is a hybrid workout combining the mind and body principles of Yoga and Pilates. Classes will be held Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:45-12:30 PM. Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr.. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 7 Baraboo - Comic Paula Poundstone. The thing that separates Poundstone from the pack of comics working today and that has made her a legend among comics and audiences alike is her ability to be spontaneous with a crowd. Al. Ringling Theatre 136 4th Ave.. For more information call (608) 356-8864.
  • 9 - 10 North Freedom - Mother's Day Weekend at the Mid-Continent Railway Museum. Coach trains run at 11am, 1pm and 3pm on both days. Treat mom to a first class service at 11am or 1pm (Saturday only). Dinner train on Saturday at 5:30pm, and Mother's Day Sunday Brunch trains at 10:30am and 12:45pm. Reservations required. Mid-Continent Railway Museum, E8948 Diamond Hill Rd. For more information call 1(800) 930-1385.
  • 10 Prairie du Sac - Salute to Mothers at Wollersheim Winery. Wollersheim Winery will be open for tours and tastings. Mothers receive a complimentary tour when accompanied by family. Wollersheim Winery, 7876 Wisconsin 188. Event starts at 10:00AM and ends at 5:00PM. For more information call 1(800) VIP-WINE.
  • 10 Racine - Mom's Day 5K - Racine, WI. Mom's Day 5K is a run/walk dedicate to Mom's on their special day. Join us in Racine, WI for a run/walk along the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan. North Beach Oasis. For more information call (877) 651-2440.
  • 14 Madison - Wright Design Series w/ Anna Andrzejewski. 7:00 PM- Lecture Hall, free and open to the public. By the mid-twentieth century, architects and builders drew upon Frank Lloyd Wright's aesthetics to the degree that a widespread trend emerged, which Andrzejewski calls "Wrightification" 1 John Nolen Drive. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 15 - 17 Manitowoc - Midwestern Model Ships & Boats Contest and Display. Modelers from throughout the US will fill the museum's Riverview Room with exquisite models of great ships. 9 am-5 pm Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Maritime Dr.. For more information call (920) 684-0218.
  • 16 - 17 Merrimac - ERIK'S Super Demo. Bicycle manufacturers will be showing off their wares, and visitors can test ride multiple bikes on the trails at Devil's Head as well as roads surrounding the area. Devil's Head Resort. Event starts at 10:30AM and ends at 3:00PM. For more information call 952-351-8349.
  • 16 West Bend - ArtWalk Grand Opening. A celebration of the arts! Art vendors, live music, wine, beer, food and more! 215 N Main St. For more information call (262) 338-3909.
  • 16 - 17 Wisconsin Dells - Automotion 2015. You know that spring has arrived in Wisconsin Dells when over 1,200 beautifully restored classic cars roll into town. Whether you're displaying the love of your life, a 1989 or older classic car, selling items in the Swap Meet or simply taking in the sights & sounds of the event, you won't be disappointed! Free spectator admission! Noah's Ark Waterpark Site, 1410 Wisconsin Dells Parkway.
  • 23 Baraboo - REO Speedwagon at Ho-Chunk Casino. Enjoy REO Speedwagon as they stage the stage at Ho-Chunk Casino. A night of great music and fun. Ho Chunk Casino. Event starts at 8:00PM.
  • 23 - 24 Burlington - Burlington Jaycees Arts, Crafts, and Vendors Fair. Arts, crafts, and vendors fair during Burlington's popular Chocolate Fest weekend at Echo Park (not affiliated with Chocolate Fest). Over 100 different vendors including reps from some favorite companies (Thirty-one, Avon, Tastefully Simple, etc). Quaint event that's not overwhelming, but plenty to see. Playground for kids. Free admission! Accepting vendors. Echo Park, 595 Milwaukee Ave. For more information call (262) 374-1817.
  • May 23 - Oct 31 West Bend - West Bend Farmers Market . Over 65 vendors with fresh vegetables, herbs, eggs, cheese and much more! Every Sat Morning 7:30-11AM 215 N Main St. Event starts at 7:30AM and ends at 11:00AM. For more information call (262) 338-3909.
  • 30 - 31 Hubertus - Holy Hill Art & Farm Market Event. 9-4pm Rustic Marketplace Artists and Farmers Paintings Photography Sculptures Pottery Glass Wood Vintage Metal Garden Jewelry Fabric Antiques Hot Food Soups Produce Bakery Refreshments Canned Goods Relax Stay for the Farm Fresh Food! Live Music Free Admission & Parking. 4948 Hwy 167. For more information call (262) 644-5698.

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  • 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.
  • Apr 21 through 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.

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