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September 2014

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  • Sep 5 - Nov 2 Milwaukee - The Doyle & Debbie Show. The Doyle & Debbie Show finds a washed-up country star and his newest singing partner dusting off their microphones and resurrecting a familiar signature sound. Singing 16 original hits, this hilarious send-up of country music duos will have you doubled-over with laughter and roaring for an encore. Call for show times. Milwaukee Repertory Theater. For more information call (414) 224-9490.
  • 5 Milwaukee - Variety Hour Happy Hour. The Variety Hour Happy Hour is a hilarious extravaganza featuring plenty of laughs! Bringing Milwaukee's best talent together in one show along with live music, special guest interviews, game-shows with fabulous prizes, and sketch comedy combine for the most unique show in town. 161 W Wisconsin Ave Lower Level. For more information call (414) 988-6968.
  • 5 - 7 Prairie du Chien - Villa Louis Carriage Classic. This elegant event is one of the largest carriage driving competitions in the nation. More than 100 drivers hitch finely trained horses of many breeds to new and restored carriages. Villa Louis, 521 Villa Louis Rd.. For more information call (608) 326-2721.
  • 6 Rome - 6th Annual Lake Classic Auto Show. Concourse judged, trophies awarded. Food & beverage available for purchase. All profits donated to Never Forgotten Honor Flight. 9 AM - 3 PM. 1374A Rain Dance Trail . For more information call (715) 325-5843.
  • 6 - 7 Wausau - Art World 2014. Art World is the largest event of this huge city wide arts, crafts and gift weekend in Wausau. There will be 30,000 + buyers. Marathon Park, Stewart Ave.. For more information call (715) 675-6201.
  • 7 Beaver Dam - World Orphan Fund Pancake Breakfast. Enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast supporting the World Orphan Fund, a charity helping orphans worldwide at the Beaver Dam High School. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for kids under 12. 100% of every donation goes to help orphaned children. Beaver Dam High School. Event starts at 8:00AM and ends at 12:00PM. For more information call (608) 235-8673.
  • 7 Wisconsin Dells - Charley Pride Live at Crystal Grand Music Theatre. See Charley Pride live at the Crystal Grand Music Theatre in Wisconsin Dells! Crystal Grand Music Theatre, 430 West Munroe Avenue,. Event starts at 3:00PM. For more information call (800) 696-7999.
  • 10 Madison - Tunes at Monona Terrace- Copper Box. Slip on your dance shoes and enjoy 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. A wooden dance floor will be available at all indoor concerts. Bands will play from 5:30-7pm Monona Terrace, One John Nolen Dr.. Event starts at 5:30PM and ends at 7:00PM. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 11 - 13 Algoma - 8th Annual Bluegrass Adventure & Roots Festival. Three day bluegrass and roots music festival with camping, craft and music workshops for adults and children. 8 bands, national & regional. N7809 Willow Dr.. For more information call (920) 487-9727.
  • 12 - 14 Hayward - Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival. Fun-filled event featuring mountain bike racing, vendor expos, bicycle parade, food, awards, children's events and demonstrations. Hayward-Cable, WI. For more information call (715) 798-3594.
  • 12 Wausau - 341 Women's Gospel Trio Concert. A cappella blend of hymns and gospel music concert. There is no charge but a free-will offering will be taken. 1300 Grand Ave. Event starts at 7:00PM. For more information call (715) 845-2315.
  • 12 - 14 Wisconsin Dells - Wisconsin Dells Wo-Zha-Wa Festival. A festive celebration of autumn, Wo-Zha-Wa Days is filled with free family activities, including an arts and crafts fair, antique flea market, Maxwell Street Days, live entertainment and a 100-unit parade. Enjoy great food from service clubs and downtown restaurants, visit attractions and the street carnival. Downtown Wisconsin Dells.
  • 13 - 14 Eagle - The North Face Endurance Challenge Wisconsin. Event featuring Trail races of 50M, 50K, Marathon, Marathon Relay, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K. Kettle Moraine State Park. For more information call (469) 475-1317.
  • 13 Kenosha - 7th Annual Great Lakes Civil War Forum, 1864. History buff? Head to Kenosha, WI for a day of Civil War presenters, focusing on year 1864. This year's presenters: Dr. James Cornelius, Mr. Steve Acker, Mr. Greg Biggs, Mr. John Lundstrom. Registration required. Civil War Museum, 5400 1st Ave.. Event starts at 8:30AM and ends at 4:00PM. For more information call (262) 653-4141.
  • 13 Phillips - Autumn Photography Workshop. Learn how to capture autumn at its finest on your digital camera with Seth Carlson, artist, writer, and photographer for the Price County Review. Seth will show you how to frame an interesting shot and use your camera settings. Registration is required. Wisconsin Concrete Park; N8236 South Hwy. 13. Event starts at 1:00PM and ends at 4:00PM. For more information call (715) 339-7282.
  • 13 - 14 River Falls - River Falls Bacon Bash. Celebrate all things bacon with this two day event featuring bacon-inspired food, activities, and live music. Heritage Park 232 W. Maple Street. For more information call (715) 425-2533.
  • 14 River Falls - Car Cruz-In. All cars and motorcules are welcome to take an afternoon and "cruze the loop" in downtown River Falls. There will be great food, music, and plenty to see! Downtown. For more information call (715) 425-2533.
  • 14 Waukesha - MS Walk. National Multiple Sclerosis Society invites you to participate in Walk MS, the funds you raise give hope to the more than 10,000 children, women and men in Wisconsin living with multiple sclerosis. The dollars raised support life-changing programs and cutting-edge research. Check In: 9 am walk: 10 am Register at: walkMSwisconsin.org. 1240 Frame Park Dr. For more information call (855) 372-1331.
  • Sep 19 - Oct 17 Kenosha - Friday's Full Of Fun At Kenosha Public Museum. Are the kids going stir crazy for the weekend to begin? Let them play, explore & create during Friday's Full Of Fun! Visit us on Friday's between 2-4pm in September and October for hands-on experiments and activities exploring art and natural science. 5500 First Ave.. Event starts at 2:00PM and ends at 4:00PM. For more information call (262) 653-4140.
  • 19 - 21 Monroe - Green County Cheese Days. Celebrating cheesemaking, dairy farming, and Swiss traditions of Green County. Cheese Tent, Family Farm Adventure, Cow Milking Contest, Old Time Cheesemaking, Arts & Crafts, Children's Parade, vendors, three entertainment stages, dairy farm and barn quilt tours, Wisconsin's only parade led by a herd of Brown Swiss cows. 1016 - 16th Ave.. For more information call (800) 307-7208.
  • 19 - 20 Plymouth - 11th Annual Plymouth Oktoberfest. Copper Box headlines this festival in downtown Plymouth. Lots of great music, food, fun for the entire family. Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill,. For more information call (920) 892-8409.
  • 19 - 20 Portage - Native American Flute-Making Workshop (for Adults). Two day workshop led by William Quackenbush of the Ho-Chunk Nation. Max of 15 participants will learn the history of the courting flute, make a flute, and learn to play it. Held at 1832 historic site. RSVP by 8/22/14. Historic Indian Agency House. For more information call (608) 742-6362.
  • 20 Cassville - Great River Road Festival. Stonefield, one of the Great River Road's interpretive center, will celebrate the history of the roadway with a variety of river-related activities on this day. 12195 County Hwy VV. For more information call (608) 725-5210.
  • 20 - 21 Cedarburg - Wine & Harvest Festival. This year marks the 42nd Annual Wine & Harvest Festival in Cedarburg, WI. Enjoy a farmer's market, scarecrow contest, pumpkin carving, grape stomping and grape spitting contests, live music, hayrides and more! Downtown, Washington Ave.. Event starts at 10:00AM. For more information call (262) 377-9620.
  • 20 Green Bay - Rails and Ales Brewfest. Guests are invited to stroll among the National Railroad Museum's full-size trains while sampling dozens of local and regional craft beers, wines and hors d'oeuvres. You'll receive a sampling glass which is yours to keep! The evening will also feature entertainment, raffles and other prizes. National Railroad Museum 2285 S. Broadway. For more information call (920) 437-7623.
  • 20 Hayward - Hayward Fall Festival. Fun-filled festival featuring fine art and crafts, microbrew garden, food, music, kid's games and much more! Main Street. For more information call (715) 634-8662.
  • 20 - 21 Hubertus - Holy Hill Art & Farm Markets. Featuring art, vintage, fresh bakery and produce. Enjoy hot foods and live music! Spend a day in the country! 4958 Hwy 167. For more information call (262) 644-5698.
  • 20 Minocqua - Jog for the Dogs 5K. This event will be a fun run where all humans may run (or walk!) with their best friends. Prizes to top finishers in each dog weight class. Please be sure to come out for a fun run and great cause! Registration fee required. 10295 Hwy 70 West. For more information call (715) 362-5992.
  • 20 Phillips - Stained Glass Ornaments . Jeanne Leland returns to the Fred Smith Studio to share her expertise in picassiette. Using patterns or their own creativity, workshop participants will nip small pieces of stained glass for gluing onto a clear glass disk. Registration & fee required. Wisconsin Concrete Park; N8236 South Hwy. 13. For more information call (715) 339-7282.
  • 20 - 21 Soldiers Grove - Driftless Area Art Fair. Celebrating the visual, performing and culinary arts of the Driftless Area. Event will feature painting, photography, woodworking, ceramics, fiber, sculpture and jewelry. There will also be live music and local foods. Beauford T. Anderson Park. For more information call (608)624-3600.
  • 20 St. Germain - 55th Annual Colorama Craft Fair. Held from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the St. Germain Community Park, the "Birthplace of Colorama". Events include craft show, farmers' market, wine tasting and pumpkin painting. Fall flower sale. Great food available. St. Germain Community Park, Hwys. 70 & 155. For more information call (715) 477-2205.
  • 20 Stevens Point - 45th Annual Art in the Park. An Arts & Craft Show with over 100 vendors, food tent and many children's activities. Admission and most activities are free. Entertainment will be provided by TRISIS...three sisters, one voice vocal trio. Pfiffner Pioneer Park, Downtown. For more information call (715) 344-8901.
  • 21 - 22 Racine - The Biggest Loser RunWalk. Join the The Biggest Loser RunWalk (Racine Half Marathon/5K), a race for all fitness levels! Whether you are ready to set a personal record or this is your first race, come join us at The Biggest Loser RunWalk! North Beach Park. For more information call (815) 464-1265.
  • 21 Wisconsin Dells - Don Williams Live at Crystal Grand Music Theatre. See Don Williams live at the Crystal Grand Music Theatre in Wisconsin Dells! Crystal Grand Music Theatre, 430 West Munroe Avenue,. Event starts at 3:00PM. For more information call (800) 696-7999.
  • Sep 23 - Nov 2 Milwaukee - The Color Purple. This glorious musical saga, spanning four decades, tells the unforgettable story of a woman who finds the strength to triumph over adversity and discover her own unique voice in the world. Milwaukee Repertory Theater. For more information call (414) 224-9490.
  • 24 Madison - Tunes at Monona Terrace- Universal Sound. Slip on your dance shoes and enjoy 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. A wooden dance floor will be available at all indoor concerts. Bands will play from 5:30-7pm Monona Terrace, One John Nolen Dr. Event starts at 5:30PM and ends at 7:30PM. For more information call (608) 261-4000.
  • 26 - 27 Appleton - Octoberfest. Enjoy visiting more than 100 food booths, 5 stages of live music and a variety of arts and crafts the whole family will enjoy! Downtown. Event starts at 9:00AM and ends at 6:00PM. For more information call (920) 734-7101.
  • 26 - 28 Warrens - Warrens Cranberry Festival. Head to Warrens, WI September 26th-28th to take part in the World's Largest Cranberry Festival! The festival features over 1,000 booths , cranberry tours, cranberry recipe contests and a parade Sunday at noon! Downtown, 402 Pine Street. Event starts at 7:00AM and ends at 5:00PM. For more information call (608) 378-4200.
  • 26 Wisconsin Dells - Downtown Wisconsin Dells Fall Wine Walk. Enjoy a great evening of wine, hors d'oeuvres and more at the 2014 Fall Wine Walk in downtown Wisconsin Dells. There will be numerous downtown businesses participating. Tickets are limited, sign up now! Downtown Wisconsin Dells.
  • 27 - 28 Gays Mills - Apple Festival. Head to Gays Mills for the 2014 Apple Festival! This year's schedule includes a crafts fair, flea market, 2K & 5K run and walk, horseshoe tournament, pancake breakfast, numerous food stands, music and Sunday parade! Downtown. Event starts at 9:00AM and ends at 5:00PM. For more information call (608) 735-4341.
  • 27 La Crosse - YMCA/Oktoberfest Maple Leaf Walk Run. Run Forward and Give Back this fall at the 15th Annual Maple Leaf Walk Run. All proceeds will benefit the YMCA's Annual Campaign. Riverside Park, 100 State St. For more information call (608) 519-5483.
  • 27 Oconomowoc - John McGivern in The Wonderbread Years. The Wonder Bread Years, his best-known one-man show, is a loving and true salute to the Baby Boomer Generation. It's a fast-paced, hilarious production that gracefully walks the line between stand-up and theater. Oconomowoc Arts Center, 641 East Forest Street. Event starts at 7:30PM and ends at 9:30PM. For more information call (262) 560-3172.
  • 28 Elkhorn - Elkhorn Antique Flea Market. Over 500 dealers of primarily antiques/old collectibles fill the Walworth Co. Fairgrounds four times a summer, rain or shine. Gates open at 7 a.m. with a $5 admission. Parking is free. Great food. No pets. Walworth Co. Fairgrounds, Hwy. 11. For more information call (414) 525-0820.
  • 28 Madison - Race Against the Odds: Monkey March. Race Against the Odds: Monkey March is a 5k walk/run and kids fun run. Feel free to dress up in your best monkey attire! Along with the excitement, we will be remembering and supporting all those affected by pediatric cancer, and coming together to prevent future loss. Keva Sports Center 8312 Forsythia St. For more information call (847) 612-0149.

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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 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 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.
  • 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 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.
  • Aug 19 through Oct 3 Plymouth - Women Who Run With Scissors Art Quilt Exhibit . This new exhibit features the works of artistic quilters. The colorful works of this group of quilters are representative of the diversity available in their chosen art form, both in message and medium. Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill. For more information call (920) 892-8409.
  • Aug 29 through Sep 1 Johnson Creek - Labor Day Sidewalk Sale at JCPO. Johnson Creek Premium Outlets invites you to enjoy the last sidewalk sale of the season where you will find extraordinary savings of 25% to 65% on your favorite brands from Banana Republic Factory Store, Calvin Klein, Coach, Direct Tools Factory Outlets, Eddie Bauer, Gap Outlet, and more. Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, 575 W. Linmar Lane. For more information call (920) 699-4112.

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