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September 2015

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  • 3 - 7 Johnson Creek - Labor Day Sidewalk Sale at JCPO. Enjoy end of the summer savings on the sidewalks and in the stores at the last sidewalk sale of the season. There will be extended hours Sept. 4, Saturday, Sept. 5 and Sept. 7, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Stores will be open from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6. Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, 575 W. Linmar Lane. For more information call (920) 699-4111.
  • 4 - 6 Baraboo - 2015 Catch For A Cure Women's Softball Tournament. Catch for a Cure is a Women's over 30 softball tournament hosted on Labor Day weekend at Pierce Park in Baraboo WI. Register at the Baraboo Breast Savers Inc web site. 1100 Walnut St . For more information call (608)-434-5512.
  • 5 Portage - City Flea Market. This is an indoor/outdoor event. Crafts, Produce, Direct Sales, Collectibles, Rummage Sale Items and more are welcome to participate. Event 9 am- 3 pm with a Fri pm set up in a secured building. Veterans Memorial Fields, 300 Superior St. For more information call (608) 742-2178.
  • 5 Racine - Bacon 5Kegs - Racine, WI. 5K run/walk with a post race bacon bar 1 Barker Street. For more information call (877) 651-2440.
  • 5 - 6 Two Rivers - Kites Over Lake Michigan. The largest Kite Festival in the Midwest.Fun festival for everyone, featuring huge show kites over the lake, banners along the beach, kite demos, events for the kids. Sat night kite fly and Sky Lanterns. Free, Sat 11 am-10 pm, Sun 11 am-4 pm Neshotah Beach. For more information call (920) 793-9599.
  • 6 West Bend - Wheels on Mian. 5th annual car show! Over 20 categories including best in show, awards for 1st and 2nd place,, live music, food and retail vendors! 215 N Main St. For more information call (262) 338-3909.
  • 6 West Bend - Wheels on Main. 5th annual car show! Over 20 categories including best in show. Live music, food and retail vendors! 215 N Main St. For more information call (262) 338-3909.
  • 12 Germantown - St. John Ucc Fall Fair - Arts & Crafts. 30th years of quality arts & crafts. Bake sale, raffles,silent auction, theme baskets, sports memorabilia, food, handmade quilt raffle and more! N104W14181 Donges Bay Rd. For more information call (262)251-0640.
  • 12 Manitowoc - Sputnikfest. This quirky festival commemorates the piece of space debris from Russian Sputnik IV that landed here in Manitowoc on Sept 6, 1962. Festivities include family activities, costume contest, Miss Space Debris Pageant, food, juried art fair, entertainment and lot more spacey fun! Free Rahr-West Art Museum, 8th Street. For more information call (920) 686-3090 .
  • 12 - 13 Manitowoc - Rural Life Days: Tractor Show and Thresheree. Presented in partnership with the Mid-Lakes Rustic Iron Club, discover what life was like during our communities early years with live field demos, steam engines, farm tractors, and various activities in 25 historic buildings. Fee charged, 9 am-4 pm Pinecrest Historical Village, Hwy. JJ. For more information call (920) 684-4445.
  • 12 Mosinee - Run For The Fallen. Join the Kronenwetter Fire Department as we honor the memory of the 343 members of the FDNY who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11/01. Sign up for the 5K, 10K or 1 Mile Firefighter Challenge and help us remember America's Bravest. Towering Pine Park, 2355 Tower Road, Kronenwettter. For more information call (715)370-8371.
  • 12 Waukesha - Walk To End Alzheimer's. Call the Alzheimer's Association at 800-272-3900 for more information. Frame Park/1215 Frame Park Drive. For more information call (414)479-8800.
  • 13 Fort Atkinson - St. Joseph Church Fall Fest . Chicken/corn dinner; Sweet Shoppe/Mexican Fare; refreshments. Watch Packers-Bears game, Bingo, Children's Games, Car Show; Bag Toss, Human Foosball and Euchre Tournaments. Prize drawing for $10,000 and valuable prizes. Raffle tickets available from parish members, church office or Fall Fest grounds at $5 each or 5 for $20. 1660 Endl Blvd.. For more information call (920) 563-3029.
  • 13 Racine - Biggest Loser RunWalk Half Marathon/5K/Kids Fit Fu. Half Marathon/5K/Kids Fit Fun Run. The Event expo will be September the 12th at the North Beach Park and the Race will be September the 13th also at North Beach Park. Prices range from $15.00 for Kids Race, $45.00 for 5K and $90.00 for Half Marathon. North Beach Park. For more information call (815) 464-1265.
  • 16 Appleton - Storybook Stars Presents: The Very Hungry Caterpil. 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. Sept. 16th & 18th 10-11 a.m. & 2:30-3:30 p.m., Sept. 19th 2:30-3:30 p.m. The Building for Kids Children's Museum. For more information call (920) 734-3226.
  • 17 - 19 Hayward - Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival. Mountain bike racing, vendor expos, bicycle parade, food, awards, children's events, and demonstrations. For more info. call 715-798-3594. START--Cable, WI FINISH. For more information call (715) 798-3594.
  • 18 Appleton - Storybook Stars Presents: The Very Hungry Caterpil. 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. Sept. 16th & 18th 10-11 a.m. & 2:30-3:30 p.m., Sept. 19th 2:30-3:30 p.m. The Building for Kids Children's Museum. For more information call (920) 734-3226.
  • 18 - 20 Menasha - Community First Fox Cities Marathon presented by M. The Community First Fox Cities Marathon, Orthopedic & Sports Institute Relay Marathon & ThedaCare Half Marathon start in front the UW-Fox Valley campus Menasha and end at Riverside Park in Neenah. Affinity Medical Group Orthopedics & Sports Medicine 5K Run/Walk is held at Riverside Park in Neenah. 1478 Midway Road. For more information call (877) 230-7223.
  • 18 - 20 Wisconsin Dells - Wo-Zha-Wa Fall Festival 2015. 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 75-unit parade. Enjoy great food from service clubs and downtown restaurants, visit attractions and the street carnival. Downtown.
  • 19 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 stay as long as you'd like. The Building for Kids Children's Museum. For more information call (920) 734-3226.
  • 19 Appleton - Storybook Stars Presents: The Very Hungry Caterpil. 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. Sept. 16th & 18th 10-11 a.m. & 2:30-3:30 p.m., Sept. 19th 2:30-3:30 p.m. The Building for Kids Children's Museum. For more information call (920) 734-3226.
  • 19 - 20 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 4958 Hwy 167. For more information call (262) 644 5698.
  • 19 Jefferson - Pretzel Polka Run/Walk. In conjunction with the annual celebration of Gemuetlichkeit Days the inaugural running of the Pretzel Polka Run/Walk will take place on September 19, 2015 beginning at 9:00 AM at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. 503 Jackson Avenue. For more information call (262)-458-2411.
  • 19 Middleton - Middleton Beer Festival. Hosted by Craftsman Table and Tap, the Festival connects beer-lovers and brewers with the opportunity to sample beers from 40 breweries and counting.Ticket cost $29 and are available to buy on the Middleton Beer Festival homepage or on their Eventbrite page. 6712 Frank Lloyd Wright Avenue. For more information call (608) 836-3988.
  • 19 Oconomowoc - Tom Wopat: I've Got Your Number. Known Broadway stage and screen actor, Tom Wopat will be singing jazz-inspired versions of contemporary classics from his CD, I've Got Your Number. People remember Wopat in his role as Luke Duke in the long-running 1979-85 television series, The Dukes of Hazzard. Oconomowoc Arts Center. For more information call (262) 560-2130.
  • 19 Phelps - Sixth Annual Scarecrow Fest. Music, food from local restaurants, free chili from the Women's Club. Play bingo, hayrides, sea plane rides, homemade wine tasting and beer stand. Children's games and pumpkin chuck'n and scarecrow judging. Highway 17 . For more information call (715) 522-0535.
  • 19 Two Rivers - Ethnic Fest. Come for the music and dancing, stay for the food, and shopping at the many vendors selling items from every continent. Parade, food, live entertainment, free, 9 am-5 pm Downtown Two Rivers, Washington St. . For more information call (920) 794-1482.
  • 19 Weyauwega - Horse & Buggy Days. Street fair with a 5K run, parade, pool tournament and old time fun. Main Street. For more information call (920) 712-0068.
  • 20 Milwaukee - Granville Car, Truck & Bike Spectacular. Do you love cars? More than a half-mile of cars, trucks, motorcycles, hot rods and custom vehicles will be exhibited on North 76th Street between Good Hope and Bradley roads, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will feature food and live music. All attendees receive a goody bag. North 76th Street. For more information call (414) 736-2891.
  • Sep 25 - Jan 3 Racine - Urban Wood Encounter 2015: RAM Explores Contempora. This show emphasizes creative uses for urban wood, which is rescued from trees that are not harvested for their timber value, and might usually find their way into landfills when they succumb to age, injury, or disease. Urban Wood offers an expansive lens for understanding material use and value. The Racine Art Museum. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Sep 25 - Jan 3 Racine - Lost and Found featuring Kim Alsbrooks and Nikki Coupee. Lost and Found underscores the ability some artists have to decontextualize the marginalized or overlooked, and to imbue the ordinary with something extraordinary. Works made of found materials from RAM's collection are combined with the work of two featured artists, Kim Alsbrooks and Nikki Coupee. The Racine Art Museum. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • 26 Hayward - Hayward Fall Festival. Fine art and crafts, microbrew garden, food, music, and kid's games will fill your day! Main Street. For more information call (715) 635-8662.
  • 26 Monona - 13th Annual Pipers in the Prairie. Bagpipers will enchant guests with their ethereal melodies during this unique and extravagant evening featuring a buffet, Celtic music, an onsite and online silent auction, Irish dance demonstration, a bonfire, and pipers in the prairie. $75/adult, $25/child (5-17) 330 Femrite Drive. For more information call (608) 216-9373.
  • 26 Mosinee - Last Alarm Memorial Ride. Those looking for an outlet to honor Wisconsin's fallen firefighters have come to the right place. Join the Kronenwetter Fire Department on a guided motorcycle tour to the Wisconsin State Firefighters Memorial in Wisconsin Rapids. Follow Kronenwetter Fire & Rescue on Facebook for more details! Kronenwetter, WI . For more information call (715)370-8371.
  • 26 Mosinee - Kronenwetter Fall Festival 2015. Mark you calendars! From 10:00 am - 4:00 pm we will be hosting a Classic Car Show, Craft Show, Kids Activities, Historical Reenactments, Farmer's Market, Fire Safety Demonstrations, Food, Drinks and more! 6:00 - 10:00pm enjoy live music by The Archives, Raffles, Food, Drinks and Prize Drawings. 1582 Kronenwetter Drive. For more information call (715)370-8371.
  • 26 Phillips - Celebration of Arts in Action. The park will be host to a Wandering Wisconsin Roadside Art Experience event. Attendees will be offered an array of opportunities to create art. All open-air paintings are eligible for entry into a competition. A quilt display, music, auction and great food make this a wonderful family event. N8236 S. Hwy. 13. For more information call (715) 339-7282.

  • Earlier events that run through September:


  • 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.
  • May 21 through Sep 3 Crivitz - Crivitz Flea & Farmer's Market. 30+ Vendors, Thursdays, May 21 - Sept 3. 8am - 4pm. A special market date of Saturday, July 4th 8am - 1:30pm. Mad Dog & Merrill will join us May 21, July 2, and July 4. Across from 800 Henriette Ave. For more information call (715) 854-2030.
  • May 23 through 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.
  • May 24 through Sep 6 Racine - A Whole Other World: Sub-Culture Craft. RAM presents art influenced by the science fiction and fantasy-based themes of Doctor Who, Star Wars, superheroes, and steampunk. During the run of the exhibition, RAM encourages you to come dressed in character (cosplay) to receive free museum admission any day. The Racine Art Museum is located at 441 Main Stree. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Jun 13 through Sep 7 Milwaukee - Willie G. Davidson: Artist, Designer, Leader. A celebration of the artistry, influence, and impact of Willie G. Davidson, Harley-Davidson's Chief Styling Officer Emeritus, whose designs defined American motorcycles for generations. 400 W. Canal St.. For more information call (414) 287-2789.
  • Jun 14 through Dec 13 Sheboygan - Bingo at Christ Child Academy. Join us the second Sunday every month and win!Regular, Specialty and Progressive games are played every month. Pick up some Pull-Tabs for even more chances to win. Delicious snacks and plate lunches are also available for purchase. Grab your friends and join us! 1:00pm - 4:00pm. 2722 Henry Street. For more information call (920)459-2663.
  • Jun 21 through Oct 4 Racine - All in the Family: Featuring Kelly and Kyle Philip. This exhibition includes the work of familial artists couples, parents and children, or siblings drawn primarily from RAM's collection. Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Jun 21 through Oct 4 Racine - All in the Family: Featuring Kelly and Kyle Phelps. This exhibition includes the work of familial artists couples, parents and children, or siblings drawn primarily from RAMs collection. All in the Family investigates the creative process.There will be a concentration of collaborative ceramic work borrowed from emerging artists, twin brothers Kelly and Kyle Phelps. The Racine Art Museum is located at 441 Main Street. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Jun 21 through Oct 4 Racine - All in the Family: Featuring Kelly and Kyle Philip. This exhibition includes the work of familial artists couples, parents and children, or siblings drawn primarily from RAMs collection. All in the Family investigates the creative process. Racine Art Museum 441 Main St.. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Jul 11 through Oct 3 Oconomowoc - Wisconsin and Afar. The exhibit, Wisconsin and Afar, will explore Wisconsin's heritage through the facades and faces that surround us and through the distant influences on our buildings and way of life. The paintings will offer hints of those that came before us and the cultures they brought along with them. Oconomowoc Arts Center, 641 East Forest Street. For more information call (262)560-2130.
  • Jul 12 through Jan 24 Racine - Contemporary Glass at RAM. This exhibition celebrates a gift of 65 glass pieces, donated by Los Angeles area collectors Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser, which both introduces new artists to RAMs holdings and expands upon significant makers already represented. Racine Art Museum. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Jul 21 through Oct 27 Racine - Featured Acquisition: Elenor Wilson's American Tourister. Encouraging thoughts of summer travel and getting away from it all, Elenor Wilson's American Tourister Still Life turns seemingly mundane luggage into a poetic installation. This work is a recent gift from longtime RAM donors, David and Jacqueline Charak. The Racine Art Museum. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Aug 7 through Jul 24 Racine - Joan Backes: Falling Leaves and Painted Branches. Milwaukee-born artist Joan Backes marries the natural color, shape, and pattern of leaves and branches with human interference and arranges found leaves and branches into graceful and compelling vignettes for RAMs Windows on 5th Gallery. The Racine Art Museum. For more information call (262) 638-8300.
  • Aug 28 through Nov 28 Racine - RAM Artist Fellowship Exhibition 2015. The RAM Artist Fellowship Program aims to showcase the diversity and vitality of the Racine/Kenosha visual arts community by supporting the professional development of its artists. RAMs Wustum Museum. For more information call (262) 636-9177.

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