Editor's Choice Events for Wisconsin
Menomonee Falls, Learn Soap Making (7/7): Come join the fun and learn to make real, cold process soap!
Sheboygan, 2018 Big Book Sale (11/1 - 11/3): Annual Big Book Sale hosted by the Friends of Mead Public Library.
West Allis, Warrior 5k... through the park (11/3): The Warrior 5K...through the park is designed to be a unique opportunity for all running enthusiasts, offering the 5k / 2.25 course through the trails of Greenfield Park!. Sign up in teams of four to
Wausau, Wausau Park Antique Show & Sale (11/10 - 11/11): Come buy the Past at the 11th annual Wausau Marathon Park Hall Nov. 10-11, Sat. 9-5 & Sun. 10-3. Find 1000's of Antiques & Vintage Finds from 1880 thru Mid Century beautifully displayed with Holiday
|The Genius of Street Art people is incredibly inspiring, take a moment to enjoy this form of Art
Appleton, 4th Annual Appleton Houdini 10k (11/3): The 4th Annual Appleton Houdini 10k will start at Houdini Plaza in Downtown Appleton and provide runners of Northeast Wisconsin with “Houdini-esque” start and finish line entertainment and a race dist
Appleton, Appleton Frightmare Halloween Party And Concert (10/27): Appleton Frightmare Pre Halloween Party and Concert at Monarch Gardens. So get ready to party with us!!! Doors open at 6:00 PM for VIP meet and greet. Doors open for General Admission at 7:00 PM.
Appleton, Candlelight Yin Yoga (11/11): Considered the deep tissue massage of yoga, in yin yoga we hold stretched longer, releasing tension deep into the muscles connective tissues.
Appleton, CLICK - Children Learning in Christs Kingdom (11/2): C.L.I.C.K. is a program designed for children ages 6 weeks to 4 years and a chaperone. It is led by our Learning Center Director - a qualified, experienced educator. These are FREE public events.
Appleton, Fall for Fitness Fundraiser (10/27): Lace up your workout shoes and join this 4-hour fitness marathon that puts the "FUN" in Fundraiser for Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Fox Valley.
Appleton, Fall Into Christmas Creative Art Getaway (11/9 - 11/11): Want to get a jump on your holiday home decor? We got you covered with classes on porch signs, wreath making, and more! Going to finally follow through on that pledge to make home-made gifts?
Appleton, Halloween bash (11/3): Emmetts Bar will have the annual Halloween Bash on Saturday November 3 this year. It will be an 'all captain ' event. We're going to have $500 in prizes given away.
Appleton, Halloween Doggie Costume Contest! (10/27): Dog Park Costume Contest! Dress up your furry family member for Halloween too! Photo booth pictures between 1pm-2pm by Neil Geiger of Geiger Photography.
Appleton, Holiday Miracle (11/9): Join us for our largest fundraiser! Live and silent auctions, raffle prizes, Barko game and dinner!
Appleton, JSA at Scooter Gs (11/2): Our team of autograph authenticators will be performing on-site authentication for those of you who are in the area! Take advantage of our team's convenience at Scooter G's Sports.
Appleton, Ledgendary Student Chef Challenge (11/10): Join us in building awareness of the Niagara Escarpment - Our Wisconsin Ledge! Its contributions are endless to our communities and regional economy.
Appleton, Mission:Kids at the Movies (Wonder) (11/4): Fun for the whole family! Wonder is an amazing movie about kindness, bullying, forgiveness and acceptance. Bring a friend and both names go in a drawing for cool prizes!
Appleton, Moms Night out (11/4): Hope to see you there! Mom's Night Out is for moms, grandmas, & female caregivers of a loved one with Down Syndrome.
Appleton, Partner YOGA (Acroyoga) Workshop (11/3): Partner Yoga with A to Z Yoga! Bring a partner, or meet one at the workshop! Learn to trust and support one another and find yourself flying.
Appleton, PEDal N a Bowl O Chili (10/28): A casual awareness bicycle ride to start @ 12:00. Bicycle to Tanner Grill and Bar heading back to Maritime by 3:00 for a chili cook off during the Packer game.
Appleton, Pippin (10/27): Lawrence University Theatre Arts presents Pippin, Saturday, October 27, 2018, with an infectiously unforgettable score, this updated circus-inspired version of Pippin captivates the young at heart thr
Appleton, Prom Blow-Out Sale (11/3): Join us for our first ever Prom Blow-Out Sale on Saturday, November 3rd! For one day only - during our regular store hours - shop for your next prom dress and get it at an unbelievable price!
Appleton, Second Anniversary!!! (11/10): Come join Bernie & Dorri as they celebrate their 2nd year anniversary of Dairyland Brew Pub!!! Through out the day there will be specials and Door prizes just for stopping in!!!
Appleton, Senior Series: Americana Brass Quintet (11/9): Join small ensembles from the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra, as we celebrate music and our community's elders. All Senior Series concerts are free and open to the public.
Appleton, Set-Up Party: Alt. Gift Market (11/9): This is a great way to get a sneak peak at all the vendors and items that will be available during the market.
Appleton, The Aura of Ayurveda (11/3): Ayurveda focuses on restoring balance in the body through the foods you eat. According to Ayurveda science, everyone is made of a combination of five elements: air, water, fire, earth, and space.
Appleton, The Earthkeeper Workshop (10/27): This introductory workshop will teach you: About muscle testing and how to use it to resolve emotional and physical health issues.
Appleton, ThreadBenders Art Quilt Show (11/3): Come enjoy a show of Art Quilts on display by ThreadBenders, a group of fiber artists from Southeast Wisconsin, whose art quilts were featured in the AQS National Quilt Show
Appleton, Umoja 2018 (10/26 - 10/28): A family weekend for families with black children being raised by parents of a different ethnicity.
Bayfield, Red Wine Weekend (11/2 - 11/3): Get ready to celebrate the marriage of fine red wine and gourmet cuisine at one of our Red Wine Weekends.
Beloit, Downtown Beloit Halloween Parade & Party (10/27): Children show off their costumes in a parade down Grand Avenue visiting Downtown Beloit businesses for treats during the last Farmers’ Market of the season. The fun includes live music, entertainment,
Black River Falls, Reverse Raffle (10/26): Reverse Raffle,October 26 from 6-8 pm at the Jack Minges Unit in Winterville, NC. Only 300 tickets will be sold and the grand prize is $5,000 cash! Dinner provided by Parker's Barbecue.
Blanchardville, Chunky Monkey Epilepsy Run (11/3): The Chunky Monkey Epilepsy Run features a Half Marathon, 5K, 1 mile walk, and a kids run.
Brillion, A Walk Through Brillion (10/27): Craft beer, wine, and food vendors will be waiting for you at local business locations, all within walking distance of each other.
Brodhead, Brodhead Jaycees Fall Arts & Craft Show (11/3): More than 100 booths in two schools and three gyms with folk art, wood, glass, ceramics, pottery and consultant booths. Food stand available at the middle school.
Brookfield, 2018 Wines Around the World (11/10): Travel the “world” with your Wines Around the World Passport and ARCh wine glass to stations featuring wine and gourmet food pairings from different destinations!
Brookfield, Brookfield East FFA Holiday Arts & Craft Fair (11/11): As one of the largest juried arts & crafts fairs in Wisconsin, this event features handmade items from 180 artists and crafters. Shop, have lunch and enjoy student entertainment.
Butler, St. Agnes Holly Fair (11/10): Admission donation of $1 or one non-perishable food item for Food Pantry. Handmade arts & crafts, seasonal items,homebased businesses, bake sale and coffee bar, used book sale and Mrs. Santa’s Shop.
Cambridge, Art & Craft Fair (11/3): Join Friends of the Cambridge Library as they are proud to present quality handmade merchandise.
Deerfield, Christmas in the Country Craft & Art Show (11/10): Annual art and craft fair, featuring quality handcrafted items and raffle! Great gift shopping. Lunch and refreshments available. Admission fee.
Dodgeville, Harvest Jam (11/10): A spirited evening with music and dance, a fantastic potluck, and a fundraising raffle. Proceeds benefit Folklore Village's year-round programming.
Dodgeville, Healthy Hoedown (11/3): Folklore Village Healthy Hoedowns are fun-filled barn dance evenings of traditional American dances, including old-time squares, New England contras and Appalachian, Southern and Midwestern big circle
Dodgeville, Healthy Hoedown Barn Dances (11/3): Folklore Village Barn Dances are fun-filled evenings of traditional American dances, including old-time squares, New England contras and Appalachian, Southern, and Midwestern big circles.
Eagle River, Old Fashioneds Up North (11/10): Northwoods bartenders will put their skills to the test in our Old Fashioned making competition. Each restaurant will be represented by two bartenders who are limited to two Old Fashioned recipes.
Eau Claire, 2018 Fall Festival and Bazaar (11/11): MARK YOUR CALENDARS! -- Sunday, November 11th...will be the 2018 Fall Festival at Immaculate Conception Parish!
Eau Claire, Carson Park 5 and 10 (10/27): Both races start on the road south of the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp in Carson Park and head north on Carson Park Drive following the contours of Half Moon Lake.
Eau Claire, CEDE Pop.Up Shop (11/10): Red’s Mercantile hosts CEDE, Eau Claire's newest clothing designer, for a pop up on Saturday, November 10th from 11am - 1pm.
Eau Claire, Free Veterans Wellness Day (11/3): Amazing Practitioners from the Chippewa Valley will be sharing life changing ways for physical & mental health. Learn how to take care of Stress, Anxiety,Tension & Trauma(PTSD)
Eau Claire, Gatsbys Gala 2018 (11/9): Eau Claire Jazz, Inc. cordially invites you to the 5th annual Gatsby's Gala! Come dressed in your favorite 1920's-inspired black-tie attire and get ready to party!
Eau Claire, Glowga For Tweens & Teens! (11/9): Calling all our tweens & teens! Come join us for a positive and encouraging night of true connection!
Eau Claire, Halloween Fitness Bash (10/28): Halloween FUN on the MAT! Black Light, Disco Lights, Glow Accessories, music, friends, fun...snacks .... what else could you ask for!!!
Eau Claire, Halloween Zumba® Master Class with Markee Jo (10/27): Join Z.Vida Fitness and Gold's Gym in welcoming ZIN Jammer Markee Jo Huinker for a Halloween Zumba® Master Class that's sure to leave you full of chills and thrills!
Eau Claire, Hello Fall Framed Sign (10/27): Join us to create this festive fall sign! This sign comes with a frame and you will be able to customize all your paint and stain choices. $40. Finished sing is approximately 11x20 inches.
Eau Claire, Henry and Ramona (11/2 - 11/4): Welcome to Klickitat Street, home of Henry Higgins, his faithful dog Ribsy, Ramona the Pest, and her long-suffering sister Beezus. All of Henry’s most memorable adventures are here in this adaptation.
Eau Claire, Lets Talk Womens Health (10/27): Join Lauren Bresina FNP-C and Linda Poirier FNP-C from Willow Creek Women's Clinic who will present ways to improve pelvic support and prevent further worsening of symptoms.
Eau Claire, Paint your Pet (11/3): At this special class you will paint your pet. Send us a high quality image of the pet you would like to paint, and our artist will create a customized canvas for you to paint your pet.
Eau Claire, Parents Night Out--Halloween Edition (10/27): PARENTS!!! Would you love a couple hours to do what you please!?! AKF has you covered Sat. Oct. 27th from 5-7:30pm. Everyone is invited to a fun Halloween themed event!
Eau Claire, Rake and Run (11/3): Join Emerging Leaders in helping with fall clean-up for some residents in need of assistance, and enjoy some lunch/brunch after as well!
Eau Claire, Retreat Center (11/3): All proceeds go to Joshua's Camp & American Cancer Society. You may come and go as you please during this time. You do not need to be present for the entire time.
Egg Harbor, Halloween Safe Walk (10/28): Grab your little ghosts and goblins and join us for trick-or-treating through the shops of Egg Harbor. Look for a sign in the store windows.
Elkhart Lake, Harvest Moon Ball (11/9 - 11/11): Enjoy a special autumn weekend of music and dance with elegant dining, luxurious accommodations, professional dance instructions and ballroom dancing.
Elkhorn, Holiday Affair Craft Show (11/10): The seven locations: Fairground’s Activity Center, Log Cabin, Monte Carlo Room, Elkhorn Middle and High School, St. Patrick’s Grade School and Jackson School.
Fall River, Hannas Hope (11/3): In 2011 on a very beautiful November morning the first ever Hanna's Hope 5k & 10K Run/ Walk was held on the roads around and through Fall River.
Fitchburg, Puppy Social Hour Spooktacular! (10/27): Registration is encouraged, but drop ins will welcome. Puppy Social Hour is appropriate for puppies under 6 months of age.
Fond Du Lac, 1st Friday Kirtan, Fond du Lac (11/2): Join Love, Light & Harmony at The Center on Main Street in Fond du Lac at 7:00pm for a cup of tea and kirtan. A $10 donation cheerfully requested but no one is turned away if unable to pay.
Fond Du Lac, 2018 Monster March (10/27): Monsters, princesses, action heroes & other costumed characters are invited to march down Main Street on the last Saturday of October from 10 a.m. until Noon.
Fond Du Lac, 4th Annual Sip and Support (11/2): Wine and Dine with FRC and the band Star Six Nine! Enjoy delicious tapas paired with the perfect wine throughout the evening followed by fantastic musical entertainment for the perfect night out!
Fond Du Lac, Adult Roller Skate Night (11/3): Roller skate or dance to the best of 70's, 80's and 90's. Adult beverages are served and the most popular ADULT SLUSHIES!! Admission $5.00 blade rental and low top rental $3.50 additional
Fond Du Lac, An Evening of Music & Nature (11/10): The music of John Denver is like an old friend, outlasting trends and standing the test of time.
Fond Du Lac, Fondy Idol by The Arc (11/9): Fondy Idol, a moment and way to embrace the special abilities of our members!
Fond Du Lac, Holiday Wine Tasting (11/10): The Holiday Wine Tasting event is a fundraiser for 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, Salute The Troops, New Beginnings and Fond du Lac Literacy Services.
Fond Du Lac, Holiday Wonder Art & Craft Expo (11/3): Craft vendors and home-based businesses sell handmade jewelry, soaps, lotions, quilts, handcrafted items, home decor, gifts and much more!
Fond Du Lac, Holiday Wonder Art & Craft Expo (11/3): Located in the Rec dept building. Shop here complete your holiday shoping. Pleny of crafter to choose. Shoppers may win a prize. Prizes from the crafters. Enjoy the fun and food available.
Fond Du Lac, Outside the Lines Exhibit (11/2 - 11/3): Although mostly a self-taught artist Eileen Urness has been surrounded by art and artists most of her adult life. She has received several awards for her innovative techniques and attention to detail.
Fond Du Lac, Run Without The Sun 5k (11/9): Run Without The Sun is NOT a glow run. The Fond du Lac event will be run at 7 p.m., under the lights that we put on the golf course for this unique running opportunity.
Fond Du Lac, Super Saturday Sales Event (10/27): We invite you to enjoy appetizers and refreshments and check our new arrivals while you learn all about quartz and granite for your new kitchen or bath countertops.
Fond Du Lac, Symphonic Band Cathedral Concert (11/11): The 43rd Cathedral Concert of sacred and classical music, performed in the inspirational setting of Fond du Lac's St. Paul 's Cathedral, the seat of the Fond du Lac diocese of the Episcopalian Church.
Fond Du Lac, Thunderhawk Tribe Kirtan - Fond du Lac (10/27): Thunderhawk Tribe Kirtan ties elements of the Native American tradition with Sanskrit of the Vedic tradition--creating a unique world music blend of sound and story.
Fort Atkinson, Holiday Parade & Chili Cook-Off (11/10): A lighted parade culminating with chili sampling in the Municipal Building and the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Fort Atkinson, The 23rd Annual Lighted Holiday Parade (11/10): Attend the 23rd anniversary of Fort Atkinson's downtown Lighted Holiday Parade on November 10, 2018, featuring music, dancing and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Fort Atkinson, The 46th Annual Black Hawk Artists Show (11/4 - 11/16): The Black Hawk Artists, founded in 1972 by a group of 12 women, challenge each other to illustrate a particular theme, as well as producing at least three new works for exhibit on view November 4, 201
Franklin, re:Craft and Relic® (11/10 - 11/11): Experience more than 150 of the most unique vendors from across the Midwest, filling their booths with vintage, salvaged, industrial, handmade, hand-forged, modern, antiqued, up-cycled, and re-purpose
Germantown, The Germantown Christmas Festival (11/10): The Germantown Christmas Festival kicks off the Holiday Season in Germantown. There are family friendly activities scheduled all day so come out and enjoy the community before the busyness of the seas
Green Bay, Brass Diff at the Opus! (10/26): Brass Differential playing at their favorite music venue. Come for the amazing food: jambalaya, gumbo, beignets... Stay for some cold drinks and hot tunes with Brass Diff!
Green Bay, Christmas All Through the House (10/27): Our festive holiday display opens to the public on Oct 27! Mark your calendars to come and see the beautiful Christmas House! Visit us at Taylor Creek through Christmas Eve until 1 pm.
Green Bay, Crossroads Family Movie Night! (11/9): Free Family Movie! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy a family movie night at Crossroads Community Campus. FREE popcorn and drinks available for all who attend.
Green Bay, Discover Curling (11/9): LEARN TO CURL. Join ABA at the Green Bay Curling Club as part of our 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Green Bay, Disney Junior Dance Party (10/27): Are you ready to DANCE?!? Disney Junior Dance Party On Tour presented by Pull-Ups® Training Pants! is an ALL NEW interactive live concert experience.
Green Bay, Ellen King at The Readers Loft (10/27): With a combined passion for history, heritage grains, and baking, Ellen King is the Co-Owner and Head Baker at Hewn, a bakery located in Evanston, IL creating hand-forged artisan bread.
Green Bay, Equity and Social Justice Institute (11/2): Participants will explore the meaning of social justice and examine how power and privilege play out in society and, more specifically, in education.
Green Bay, Fall Holiday Pop Up Shop (11/3): Flipping Unbelievable is teaming up with Vintage_Wisconsin to host a Pop Up Shop at the Leap Room located inside Kavarna, at 143 N. Broadway. Open Saturday November 3rd from 9-1 pm.
Green Bay, Fall Night Out- Make&Take (11/2): Participants are encouraged to come with friends, family, and loved ones, and can prepare to be a part of a collective, creative experience.
Green Bay, Fall Photo Fest (10/28): Get your pup(s) photos taken and support your favorite dog rescue! $20 gets you edited, Fall and/or Halloween photos of your pups!
Green Bay, Family Concert - Storytelling Through Music (11/9): This concert is in cooperation with the Alzheimer's Association to raise awarenss of Alzheimers in our community. Tickets for this concert available on our website.
Green Bay, FB LIVE Fridays: Howl-o-ween Essentials (10/26): Don't forget to treat your pet this Halloween! Leave the sugar, gluten, junk behind and grab a bag of purely raw freeze-dried treats from Vital Essentials.
Green Bay, Festival Foods BooFest (Green Bay East) (10/27): Bring your kids in costume to Festival Foods Boo Fest to trick-or-treat at stations around the store. HEA volunteers will be there to pass out some treats and to wish you a Happy Howl-o-ween!
Green Bay, Game On! Presented by Encompass (10/26): Games, Prizes, Food... Oh My! We are thrilled to announce an event unlike we've done before. Encompass presents Game On our Fall Fundraiser!
Green Bay, GB Pnmt For the Hip (11/4): The vital role of the hip as a source of pain and its role in healthy movement is often overlooked.
Green Bay, Halloween Bash 2018 (10/27): Come party with us! DJ/Karaoke! Singa song to pick a candy for a chance to get a FREE Shot!
Green Bay, Haunted Chase Race (10/26): Join us for our 3rd annual Haunted Chase Race as you run from zombies of Bay Beach Amusement Park and Wildlife Sanctuary and make your way to the finish line alive! Our fun run registration includes a
Green Bay, Homemade Kombucha (10/27): Find out some of the health benefits of this new health trend and try some commercially produced samples.
Green Bay, KEggs & Donuts (11/10): Bringing back breakfast in style! Join us at our Roof Tap for beer, an omelet bar, donuts and world famous kringle from Uncle Mike's Bake Shoppe!
Green Bay, Make a Difference Day (10/27): Please join the Volunteer Center of Brown County as we participate in the annual Make a Difference Day. This is a national day of service with a local impact!
Green Bay, Paint the Farmory (11/3): The Farmory is transforming a vacant armory in a downtown food desert into a year-round indoor farm and fish hatchery - the first of its kind in the country- where local growers, fish scientists, and
Green Bay, Strikes-N-Scares Bowling Bash (11/4): Please join us on November 4th at Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Green Bay, Taste of the Town (11/9): Savor the Greater Green Bay area's finest food paired with local beer, wine and cocktails while the spicy gumbo musical style of Brass Differential puts a swing in your step.
Green Bay, The Dodos w/ Palehound & tba (11/9): Please join us on November 9th at Lyric Room Live Music. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Green Bay, Wanderley BJJ Seminar (11/4): Excited to host Professor Daniel Wanderley at the Titletown MMA Academy!
Greenfield, Turkish Food Night and Water Marbling Show (11/3): Come and join us at the traditional TASWI Turkish Food Night on Saturday, November 3rd at 6:30 PM to enjoy delicious homemade Turkish food, live demonstration of Turkish Water Marbling (Ebru) art and
Greenville, Halloween Party and Trick-Or-Treat (10/27): The Dale, WI Halloween Party and Trick-Or-Treat event brings fun for all ages to town on Saturday, October 27, 2018.
Hammond, Tim Sigler Band Live at Schuggys (11/9): Tm Sigler has quickly become a crowd favorite with country fans throughout the upper Midwest--A featured performer at festivals like Country Fest, Country Jam, Winstock,
Hartford, Mark Hayward (10/28): He has appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden, The Late Show with David Letterman (twice), America’s Got Talent, and the NBC and CBS national news.
Hartford, The Great Hartford Craft Exposition (11/10): 100 exhibitors kick off the holiday season. 34th annual show, sponsored by Hartford Women’s Club. Held in conjunction with Lions’ Pancake Day and Christmas Parade.
Janesville, 2018 Meat Raffle (11/3): Please join us for our annual meat raffle fundraiser! Every single dollar earned at this upcoming event goes directly to helping the animals in our care and in the community.
Janesville, Artist Reception and Fundraiser (11/10): Our office will be hosting our semi-annual Artist Reception and Fundraiser on November 10th, 2018 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Janesville, Dueling Pianos at JPAC: Piano Fondue (10/27): Dueling Pianos at JPAC will get you dancing, singing, and having a blast. The show consists of two baby grand pianos. That’s it. Just two pianos and two professional rocking entertainers.
Janesville, Fun on the Festival Street! (10/26): Join the City of Janesville and its partners for Fun on the Festival Street on Friday, October 26 at the Town Square in downtown Janesville.
Janesville, Halloween Masquerade at Whiskey Ranch (10/26): That's right! Masquerade Halloween Party at Whiskey Ranch. You may wear your costumes for fun or you can wear a masquerade that we provide!
Janesville, Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs. Kennedy (11/9): Join historical interpreters Laura Keyes and Leslie Goddard as they bring Mrs. Lincoln and Mrs. Kennedy to life in an imagined meeting at the Smithsonian Museum’s First Ladies exhibition.
Kenosha, The Renegades at Fecs Place (11/10): Welcome to the home of the Renegade's, McHenry County's premier pop/rock cover band!! Originally formed in 2010, the Renegade's are made up of some of the areas elite musicians.
Kohler, Kohler Comedy Night (11/3): Destination Kohler welcomes three nationally recognized comedians for an evening of laughter. Book your overnight package or join us just for and evening of fun!
La Crosse, Citizens State Bank at iFeed (11/3): iFeed is aiming to be the largest food drive in the history of La Crosse. Held on November 3rd, 2018 at Logan High School, it is organized by the local area high school Rotary Interact Clubs.
La Crosse, Crystal Healing Workshop (11/4): . In this workshop, you will learn how crystals heal us, how to use them to heal yourself and how to make your own crystal grid. Cost: $50.00 per person
La Crosse, Ho-Ho Holiday Kick-Off (11/2): Help us kick off this holidays by shopping hundreds of holiday apparel items making their debut this Friday, November 2. Find the cutest, little sweater or the perfect outfit for family photos.
La Crosse, Let’s Go Bowling! (11/4): Adults only bowling. $5.00 for 2 games and shoes. Reserve your spot. Please contact Greg Clark by October 15
La Crosse, LIVE Performance (11/10 - 11/11): We Will Be Taking The Stage Once Again ! "The More You Get A Chance To Relax,Listen and Dance The Happier You Will Be.!" "Come On Down!"
La Crosse, Ravnica Weekend (11/10): Join us for Ravnica Weekend, prove which guild rules La Crosse! We will be running a 4-Pack Booster Draft! Draft your Guild's cards and prove why its the best!
La Crosse, Scout Shop Cook Out & Open House (10/26): Make sure to join us for a day of FUN! Perfect time to get uniforms- 10% off store wide! We will be grilling & ready to meet Scouts and their families!
La Crosse, Sip, Sample, Enjoy! (11/3): Join us at Culina Mariana Café for our SIP - SAMPLE - ENJOY! Wine, cheese, appetizer & dessert event! Featuring local wine & cheese! $30.00 per person
La Crosse, Trivia Night Fundraiser (10/27): We challenge you to come see how SISTERS put FUN in FUNdraiser! Not into trivia? Not a problem! Theme: Blast from the Past! 40's - 90's.
La Crosse, Woodcut Printmaking Workshop (11/10): Woodcut printing is an ancient relief printing technique: a design is carved into a block of wood, the image is on the block is covered in ink then pressed onto paper or fabric
La Crosse, Zumbathon™ PARTY in PINK fundraiser (11/2): Come to the annual UWL Rec Sports ZUMBATHON™ PARTY in PINK fundraiser for Breast Cancer & the Susan G. Komen Foundation is on Friday, November 2nd @ 7:30-9pm.
Lake Geneva, The 2nd Annual American Horrors Film Festival (10/26 - 10/27): The American Horrors Film Festival is a 2-day, curated, horror film fest, screening original shorts, features, music videos, and documentaries that have been submitted and vetted from across the count
Lancaster, Holiday Craft Sale (11/3): Tremendous day for everyone! Breakfast and lunch sold.Free admission and free parking. Purchase awards for exhibitors and door prizes for crowd.
Land O Lakes, The 3rd Annual Zombie Crawl (10/26 - 10/27): WE’RE DYING TO HAVE YOU JOIN US FOR THE 3RD ANNUAL ZOMBIE CRAWL ON OCTOBER 27, 2018 IN LAND O’ LAKES. This year we have a whole host of ghoulish goodies and spooky surprises planned...
Madison, 2018 Ethics Seminar (11/10): We invite you to our Annual Ethics Seminar held on Saturday, November 10, 2018 at The Madison Concourse Hotel.
Madison, 9th Annual Harambee to Benefit the Jirani Project (11/4): The Jirani Project is a grassroots, 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the education and support of vulnerable Kenyan children. Run entirely by volunteers in the United States and one full
Madison, All Saints Sunday Choral Evening Prayer (11/4): At Luther Memorial, we commemorate the departed faithful by lighting candles and with special music by our choirs and bell choir. Choral pieces will be sung, in addition to congregational singing.
Madison, Attic Angel Holidays Galore & More Sale (11/9): Deck the halls and more with new and gently-used items for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s Eve with goods that you will find at the Attic Angel Holidays Galore & More Sale on November
Madison, Beauty for a Cure (10/28): All menu services will be offered. 100% of the proceeds (plus tips) will benefit cancer research at the UW Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Madison, Bourbon + Bones Festival (10/26): Bourbon lovers rejoice! The Edgewater is celebrating Halloween with our inaugural Bourbon + Bones Festival. Costumes are encouraged, but not required. Event is free and open to the public.
Madison, Butcher Brown (11/2): Marcus Tenney, Morgan Burrs, Corey Fonville, Andrew Randazzo, and DJ Harrison. Straight out of the underground, a steady rumble is building and it’s called Butcher Brown.
Madison, Carbone Cancer Center Fundraiser Flyght (10/28): Flyght Crew Emily Chronquist put together this fundraiser flyght for her courageous mom (Mama Jo), who is battling breast cancer. Peace, love, and healing vibes to all!"
Madison, Cavalleria Rusticanan & Pagliacci (11/2 - 11/4): Set in rural Italy, these two classic one-act works tell stories of the most operatic of emotions. In Cavalleria Rusticana (“Rustic Chivalry”), a woman abandoned by her lover seeks revenge – and gets
Madison, Ceramic Tile Making: The Basics (10/7 - 10/28): Get the basics of creating beautiful ceramic tiles. We will learn how to use the slab roller, a variety of tile design techniques and explore finishing options including glazing methods.
Madison, Community Book Club - Free to All! (10/26): FREE AND OPEN TO ALL! Come develop a deeper connection to your practice and our community! Join us Friday, October, 6:30-8:00pm. Kaila Pooler will lead a discussion. BYOBeverage and snack to share!
Madison, Community Halloween Party (10/28): Kas G Photography is throwing a community Halloween party! This is a free, kid centered event for all families! Paint a pumpkin, bob for apples and grab some goodies!
Madison, Cultivating Spirituality on Campus (11/10): Join us on November 10, 2018 as we focus on college students and young adults and their connection to Christian Science healing.
Madison, Delta Rae (11/11): The band chose their moniker from a mythical story the Holljes siblings’ mother wrote about a Southern girl of the same name who summons the Greek gods to earth.
Madison, Dressed Up For Donuts (11/2): Join us for our second annual Dressed Up For Donuts! DUFD is a fundraiser for the Madison Needs Network where local donut architects will be able to compete for the title of "best donut".
Madison, Eastside Lutheran Art & Craft Fair 2018 (11/3): Annual Art and Craft Fair featuring a large selection of hand-crafted items, gift baskets (donated by church members and area business owners), book sale, silent auction, bake sale, and concessions.
Madison, EMCC 22nd Annual Bowl-A-Thon (11/10): On Saturday, November 10th from 12-3pm the East Madison Community Center invites you to join us for our 22nd Annual Bowl-A-Thon at Dream Lanes.
Madison, Essential AcuTouch for Neck Ease (11/10): Relax your neck with acupressure. Learn safe & easy acupressure points to help relieve neck tension for you, your family or your clients.
Madison, Evelyn Steenbock Fall Concerts (11/10): Please join us on November 10th at Mills Concert Hall, UW-Madison. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Madison, Evening Under the Stars (11/9): This is one event you'll not want to miss where contributing CATCH members and non-members alike, join together to support the American Family Children's Hospital.
Madison, Expanding Your Horizons 2018 (10/27): Expanding Your Horizons is a day-long conference for middle school girls to explore STEM careers.
Madison, Fall for Music at the Edgewater (11/10): Join us for a cozy autumnal celebration at the inaugural Fall for Music at the Edgewater! Ten lively ensembles of talented young people ages 7-18 from Madison Youth Choirs (MYC) will perform on The Gr
Madison, Fall Harvest Bazaar (10/27): Our members have been working hard all summer to build their product lines and inventory.
Madison, Fathers of HipHop Planning Committee (11/10): An organization of resources with no profit incentive to the benefit of young adult men who have children no yet enrolled in school.
Madison, Freakfest 2018 (10/27): Freakfest is the region’s largest annual Halloween party and music festival that occurs on the Saturday closest to Halloween, with over 15 local, regional, and national acts on 3 stages for hours of l
Madison, Get the Chills on Halloween! (10/27): We will have a family friendly skate from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM with music, games and more! At 8:15 PM, the lights will go out and we will have GLOW SKATING until 9:15 PM.
Madison, Gilded Agate Coasters at Revel (11/4): The gem/mineral/agate trend is going strong and we want to incorporate it into every element of our décor! Drop in and select your desired agate slices to create a set of chic drink coasters.
Madison, Halloween latin Saturday’s (10/27): You can’t miss the amazing night ! The best latin Halloween party is with us !! Cash prices for the best costume of the night ladies free cover all night 18+ Dj Hermilo and dj frecuencia infinita.
Madison, Hatebreed (10/26): Hatebreed is an American metalcore band from Connecticut, U.S. They have long been associated with the 1990s metallic hardcore scene and were founded in 1994.
Madison, Herb Faire at Olbrich Botanical Gardens (11/3): Hear about herbs from speakers and vendors. Purchase herbal products. Make & take projects, demonstrations, and a Q & A station. Free! Organized by the Madison Herb Society.
Madison, Howl-o-ween Pet Photo Sessions (10/27): Put your costumes on and get photos taken with your pets! LP Photography will be in the store to take Halloween-themed photos with you and your pet.
Madison, Invasion of the Beta Snatchers! (11/3): Join us at Boulders Climbing Gym for our annual Bouldering Competition! All participants and abilities are welcome. Finals and Awards will follow climbing.
Madison, Kamasi Washington (11/2): His mass appeal continues to grow drawing vibrant, multi-ethnic and multi-generational crowds with tour stops at the world’s most prominent festivals such as Coachella, Glastonbury, Fuji Rock, Bonnaro
Madison, Kitchen Dwellers (11/10): Kitchen Dwellers formed three years ago below the Bridger Mountains with the sizzle of afternoon breakfast and the warmth of Irish coffee brewing in the kitchen.
Madison, kurt gunn (11/3): Home of Kurt Gunn, and The Kurt Gunn Band. Singer/Songwriter, hailing from the 30th State of the Union.
Madison, Life, Love & Marriage in Renaissance Italy (8/3 - 11/4): Organized by the Museo Stibbert and Contemporanea Progetti in Florence, Italy, the Chazen Museum of Art will host an exhibition Italian wedding chests, also known as cassoni.
Madison, Mad City Bridal Expo (11/4): Come to the Mad City Bridal Expo and meet vendors that can help plan your wedding & reception all in one day!
Madison, Madison College Turkey Trot (11/4): Choose from a 5K or 5 mile run/walk, or bring the young ones along for a 1/4 mile kids race! Participants receive a technical t-shirt.
Madison, Madison Marathon presented by SSM Health (11/11): Races start and finish on beautiful Capitol Square, while taking you through some of Madison’s most iconic areas. What are you waiting for? Sign up today and #RunMadison!
Madison, Madtown Poetry Open Mic (11/2): Book launch and reading by Avol’s owner Ron Czerwien for his new poetry chapbook, “a little rain, a little more,” published by Bent Paddle Press.
Madison, MGEF Celebration 2018 (11/3): Celebration of current and former Kindergarten Teachers impact on student learning. We recognize our Grant Recipients from the past year. There is a desert auction and silent auction.
Madison, Monster Concert 2018 (10/27): Piano students of Sun Prairie's "Melodiya Piano Academy" will be performing at the annual Halloween themed concert- smiles guaranteed! Hosted by Madison Area Friends of Piano (MAFOP).
Madison, Our Vanishing Future: Wildlife Art Show (11/9): Come support local, indigenous and professional wildlife photographers and artists and learn more about how you can help keep protections in place for imperiled and endangered species around the US.
Madison, Packer Party for Burn Camp (10/28): Come join us to help raise money for Summer Camp For Burn Injured Youth and watch the Packers take on the LA Rams. $30 at the door, includes food, beer and soda. Great raffles and door prizes too!
Madison, Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound (10/27): Spinning the deepest soul and vintage R&B records, he goes further into world music to get the smoothest groove for your ears.
Madison, Pick of the Litter Movie - Special Showing (11/10): The event features the movie, “Pick of the Litter’, a full-length movie that illustrates the joy of providing a fully trained Guide Dog to an individual who is blind.
Madison, PPTQ - GRN - Sealed (10/27): Come join us for our PPTQ, and stay for Freakfest, the region's largest Halloween music festival, that night on State Street!
Madison, Practical Buddhist Wisdom (11/4): His Holiness the Dalai Lama has said, “Don’t try to use what you learn from Buddhism to be a Buddhist; use it to be a better whatever-you-already-are.”
Madison, Reiki 2 Intensive (10/26): Please join us on October 26th at Metamorphosis Holistic Health. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Madison, Six Characters in Search of an Author (10/12 - 10/28): A troupe of actors are interrupted by a group of fictional characters, abandoned by their creator, demanding to be brought to life by a new author.
Madison, Slow No Wake Live at the Harmony Bar in Madison (11/10): Slow No Wake debut show in MADISON WI. Join Us at The Harmony Bar for a night full of your guiltiest pleasures. Featuring the smoothest tunes from the 70's and 80's yacht rock era
Madison, Studio Open House (11/2): We're so excited to share our new location with you... please join us for a party!! We'll have raffle prizes, networking, snacks and a peek around our Capital Square studio.
Madison, Sunday Art Workshops: Halloween Door Swag (10/28): Spend a few hours making art at MSAC! Our workshops are the perfect activity for family and friends to do together. Parent or caregiver attends (for free) with children 5 and under.
Madison, TC Fall Family Party! (10/26): It's time for you and your family to celebrate all you've accomplished over the summer and into the fall! Bring along your favorite fall dish or dessert to share.
Madison, The Badger Battle (11/3): Nov. 3 The Badger Battle Madison, WI. Bayside Athletics Teams: Y1, J3, S4.2. Alliant Energy Center: 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison, WI 53713. Admission $15, Child $5
Madison, The Sustain Dane Summit 2018 (11/2): Now in its tenth year, the Sustain Dane Summit (formerly Badger Bioneers) is a transformative day of learning, connection, and inspiration that will take place on Friday, November 2, 2018.
Madison, Toe-Down Hoedown (10/27): Come to enjoy our annual Toe-Down Hoedown with authentic barbeque dancing and a silent auction. A night of line dancing, square dancing, and everything country.
Madison, Trunk or Treat! (10/28): Come and join us for Trunk and Treat, a free, safe way for your kids to trick or treat!
Madison, TYNAN (11/10): TYNAN has been producing the Dark Trap style sounds that have been blown up on the internet.
Madison, VolleyBoo Tournament (10/28): Gather a team together and plan on spending ALL DAY October 28th with us.
Madison, Wades Army WOD (11/11): Cancer is a word everyone knows, and a word no one wants to hear. Certain cancers are common household names. Most people have heard of leukemia, breast cancer, and prostate cancer.
Madison, Warm Up State Street (10/26): Come join us after the 5 pm Mass at St. Paul's to distribute warm apple cider and apple cider donuts to the hungry on State Street.
Madison, Watercolor Tray Craft Workshop (11/4): Choose from a variety of ink colors to mix your own masterpiece. Paint the exterior of your tray navy blue, white, or black. Choose brass, silver, or black handles.
Madison, Well-Known Strangers (11/3): Well-Known Strangers has been entertaining Midwest audiences with their cello infused, alternative pop/rock sound.
Madison, Winter Art Fair Off the Square 2018 (11/10 - 11/11): The 29th Annual Winter Art Fair Off the Square is an indoor fair held in the beautiful and spacious Exhibition Hall of the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in downtown Madison.
Madison, Wisconsin Bat Workshop (10/26): Meet live bats and learn more about the important role they play in nature. Jen Redell from the WI Bat Program joins us once again for our seasonal workshop about our friends, the bats!
Madison, Wisconsin Dog Fair (11/4): Look for the Fido-Vite booth from 10-4 on November 4th! Hosted by Badger Kennel Club.
Madison, Wisconsin River Fall Craw (10/27): These trails are a mix of gravel road and some trail. All RL4WDs can easily make them, though some of the crawl spots may be lifted RL4WDs only. It'll be a good time.
Madison, Witches and Warlocks just wanna have fun! (10/27): The community is invited for a night of Halloween family fun hosted by Dance Wisconsin! There will be a costume contest, games, food, beverages, and a beer and wine tasting for the adults.
Madison, WORT 9-Pin Tap Tourney (11/4): WORT DJs will be rocking the lanes as bowlers compete for prizes in 3 skill levels. You don’t need to be Dick Weber to win! We've got concert tickets, hotel stays, gift certificates and more!
Madison, Zoovies: Hocus Pocus (10/26): Join us for Zoovies at the Henry Vilas Zoo! Grab some popcorn, set up a blanket on the lawn, and enjoy Hocus Pocus on the big screen!
Manitowoc, Holiday on the Lakeshore 2018 Making Spirits Bright (11/9): WHAT:
A two day event sponsored by Service League of Manitowoc County. Over 35 merchants under one roof with cash and carry items. A shopper's delight!
Baked Good Sale - Single Serving Cost $4.00
Mauston, Holiday Craft and Gift Show (11/10): There will be a wide variety of crafters, bake sale and concessions. Concessions will be hosted by the Athletic Booster Club.
Menomonee Falls, Learn Soap Making (7/7): Come join the fun and learn to make real, cold process soap!
Menomonie, Jeans and Jewels Charity Gala (11/3): Jeans and Jewels is a very special event to raise money for our ongoing work in philanthropy, collaboration, and leadership. Jeans and Jewels will be held on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 at UW-Stout M
Merrill, Billy Bronsted (10/26): A singer-songwriter from Wisconsin. Currently working on his sophomore album, the follow up to his 2017 release "This Bed of Mine"
Middleton, Issues Briefing 2018 (11/10): Make plans now to attend the LWVWI Issues Briefing 2018 on Saturday, November 10 from 9 AM - 4 PM.
Milton, Milton Malt & Hops Fest (11/10): ver 70 types of beer and wine will be available to sample, along with a heavy appetizer bar from Cowley’s Piggly Wiggly and Rockie’s Pizza and Subs.
Milwaukee, ¡Muevete! A Tribute to Rubén Blades (10/27): Join us in celebrating the legendary salsa icon with live music and dance performances by Pandanza Dance Company! FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Milwaukee, 80s & 90s Halloween PARTY (10/27): Cloud Red's 1st Annual 80's & 90's Halloween Party benefiting the Mark Harris Fellowship Program. DRESS UP OR DON'T! NO PRESSURE! LAUGH WITH US OR AT US, DOESN'T MATTER! YOU'RE STILL INVITED!
Milwaukee, AJR (11/9): AJR may, in fact, be the first indie, DIY pop group from New York to make a splash. They’re certainly the only group that’s done while writing, recording and producing all their own songs in their Che
Milwaukee, All Survivors Day Archdiocese of Milwaukee (11/3): For the first time in the history of the Catholic Church, protestors from around the world will stand united in their call for transparency and atonement to survivors of clergy sexual abuse.
Milwaukee, Armenian Heritage & Ancestry Conference (11/3): The main morning session will give an overview of current state of Armenian genealogy as well as the available records from around the world.
Milwaukee, BarreHabit Recovery Brunch (11/3): Whether you hit 21 or not, if your name is on the BARREHABIT chart you are invited. Join us after Saturday classes, November 3rd on North Ave for another amazing party wih our barrebesties.
Milwaukee, Blessed Productions Annual Toy Concert (11/11): Special Guests: Bishop Darrell McFadden and The Disciples of Brooklyn, New York. Free Admission with, One New Children's Toy ( ages 6-16) and One Pair of Gloves or Hat For The Homeless.
Milwaukee, Bond, Booze and Boos (10/27): The latest report from Control requires your presence on this Halloween mission. Dance the night away to our DJ's tune or let it all out with karaoke in the Newsroom.
Milwaukee, Carolee Biddle Animal Communicator (10/28): Carolee from Animal Connections will be coming back for another session!! She KNOWS what your pet is thinking. Be sure to book a session with her!! It’s well worth it!!
Milwaukee, Day of the Dead Celebration (10/26): The Friends of the Domes Day of the Dead Celebration on Friday, October 26, 2018, will be a cultural celebration for the whole family. We highly recommend advance purchase of your tickets.
Milwaukee, Día de Los Muertos Social (11/3): FREE Salsa lesson at 9pm! Food included so show early! Cost: $10. Drinks and Water $1
Milwaukee, Dias De Los Muertos Ofrendas Opening Reception (11/2): Celebrate life with Latino Arts’ annual Day of the Dead exhibition, featuring a dazzling array of ofrendas (altars) at the opening reception on Friday, November 2, 2018.
Milwaukee, Dining in the Dark (11/4): Proceeds from this unique fundraiser help children learn adaptive skills necessary to prepare and transition into grade school and adults to adjust to their vision loss to remain independent.
Milwaukee, Do You: Take Risks (10/28): Zao MKE Church is Jesus Rooted, Justice Centered, and Radically Inclusive. Come out for our Sunday morning gathering!
Milwaukee, Dual Bomber Release Party (11/3): We will be releasing our 762 The King Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout as well as our Brandy Aged Barleywine aged with maraschino cherries and orange slices.
Milwaukee, Edible Impressions (10/27): Sugar Skulls Cookie Decorating Class....registration to open soon! Learn the art of cookie decorating; free-hand and multi-color stenciling techniques with royal icing.
Milwaukee, Enchantment In Concert (11/3): ENCHANTMENT LIVE IN CONCERT - CELEBRATING MILWAUKEE'S LEGENDARY DISC JOCKEY, "ERNIE G" & HIS 41 YEARS IN RADIO!
Milwaukee, Essential Wellness w/ Dr. Kee Chan (11/2): Discover the 7 dimensions of wellness and how to change your DNA for healthy living. Learn to have balance and harmony in your life with simple, quick, small steps presented by Dr. Kee Chan.
Milwaukee, Fall Trunk Show (10/26): Representatives from four world-renowned designer brands will be showcasing their entire frame collections at the 3rd Ward's largest trunk show of the season.
Milwaukee, Flatley: Lord of the Dance at the Riverside Theater (11/10): The show features cutting edge technology including a giant, radiant flat screen that spans the width of the stage, special effects lighting, dancing robots and world champion acrobats.
Milwaukee, Golden Corral Buffet Outing (10/27): Come and enjoy food, fun, and fellowship as we dine at Golden Corral Buffet. $17 for seniors and $18 for adults. Please bring $25. Please meet at the front entrance by 11:15 am.
Milwaukee, Group Dynamics and Dynamic Groups (11/9): While chaplains have often provided grief support groups and spirituality groups, very few learned group facilitation skills from their seminary/theological education or CPE programs.
Milwaukee, Harvest Fest (10/28): 2018 Harvest Fest coming up on Oct 28th right after service! We will have plenty of free food, and fun for the whole family.
Milwaukee, Harvest Gathering (11/4): Harvest Gathering isn’t your traditional culinary event; it is a hands-on and interactive experience!
Milwaukee, Haunted House of Harley (10/26): Join us on Thursday October 26 for a Haunted House of Harley party in Greenfield!
Milwaukee, Historic Beer Bike Ride: Haunted Milwaukee (10/27): Brew City MKE is excited to present it's final 2018 ride in the Historic Beer Bike Ride Series where we will explore the hidden terrors and mysteries in the Riverwest neighborhood of Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, Inspire with Hope Gala (11/2): We are inaugurating the dinner gala with a ceremony that bestows the Inspiration of Hope Award on a significant guest who embodies the very definition and purpose of inspiration.
Milwaukee, Invisible Lines World Premiere (10/27): In the feature-length documentary, ten Milwaukee residents of color share their personal stories of segregation, racism and prejudice. No narrator. No script. Just conversations between people.
Milwaukee, Kappa Delta Shamrock Run (11/3): Come to Marquette and join us for our annual Kappa Delta Shamrock Run, benefitting Prevent Child Abuse America and The Children's Hospital of Wisconsin!
Milwaukee, Ko-Thi Presents UJIMA (11/4): Are you ready for the concert event of the fall?! Using traditional dance and musical styles of West Africa, we are thrilled to present this full-length evening performance.
Milwaukee, Lake Street Dive (10/26): Lake Street Drive are a band founded in 2004 hailing from Boston, Massachusetts.
Milwaukee, Latino Family Expo & Festival (10/27): Join us as we celebrate the rich Latino heritage at our 8th Annual Latino Family Expo & Festival. Health, Housing, Job, Education, & Community Resource Fair. Catrina Contest
Milwaukee, Learn to belay + open climb (11/9): Train now so you can play later! Learn to belay with Ad Rock so, come next summer, you can diverge to adventures far beyond - Devil's Lake, Colorado, Yosemite - wherever your heart desires.
Milwaukee, Local H (11/2): Local H is known for their blistering live shows and for pioneering the two-man band set-up -- frontman Scott Lucas covers both guitar and bass through an extra pick up in his guitar and drummer Ryan
Milwaukee, Manic Focus (11/10): Manic Focus is the beat-bumpin’ project of John “JmaC” McCarten, a Chicago-based electronic music producer hailing from the Twin Cities.
Milwaukee, Mayday Parade (10/27): The sixth studio album from Tallahassee-based rock band Mayday Parade, Sunnyland gets its title from an abandoned hospital where the band members used to sneak in to explore as teenagers. “
Milwaukee, Milwaukee Admirals vs. (10/26): Game Giveaway/Promotion*: - TBD *All promotions and giveaways subject to change.
Milwaukee, Milwaukee Admirals vs. (10/27): Game Giveaway/Promotion*: - TBD *All promotions and giveaways subject to change
Milwaukee, Milwaukee Rescue Mission Service Event (10/27): Join Alan Lull, youth and adults as we go to the Milwaukee Rescue Mission to share the love of Christ through serving meals to the homeless.
Milwaukee, Mirah (10/27): Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn has been creating incorruptible independent pop music since the late 1990’s.
Milwaukee, MKE Local Market Holiday pop-up (11/4): Kick off your holiday season by shopping local! Discover art and handmade goodness made by 20 local artists with a pop up shop in the beautiful Third Branch Creative Studio.
Milwaukee, Mke Style : Meet Up (11/4): It will feature a panel discussion of prominent Milwaukee influencers.
Milwaukee, Mobile Legal Clinic (10/27): Get free legal advice from licensed attorneys on topics like:
Milwaukee, MTEF 20th Annual Tennis Ball (10/27): The 20th Annual Tennis Ball will be held Saturday, October 27th, 2018 at the Harley Davidson-Chrome facility. Silent auction begins at 6 pm. The dinner and evening program begin at 7:30 pm.
Milwaukee, Music & Mystery (11/9): Explore ciphers and code written into scores by great composers, give in to a historic fascination with Masonic ritual, learn about musicians as spies during World War II.
Milwaukee, Nate the Great (10/12 - 11/11): Junior detective Nate the Great has a new case! His friend Annie has just painted a picture, and she can’t find it anywhere.
Milwaukee, Nicki Bluhm (11/9): California native Nicki Bluhm is a singer, songwriter and performer. In 2008 Bluhm released her first album, Toby’s Song and with its release put together her band The Gramblers.
Milwaukee, Noche de Altares MKE 2018 (11/2): Noche de Altares is a celebration dedicated to the continuance of life, preserving the memories of loved ones who have passed and holding space for our community to heal.
Milwaukee, Packer Party (10/28): PACKERS VS RAMS!! During game we will be raffling off prizes with the Grand Prize an Authentic Packer Jersey handed out at the end of the Game.
Milwaukee, Plant Power - An Evening With Essential Oils (11/1): Experience the restorative and healing power of plants at the Mitchell Park Domes new and exciting Essential Oil Event. Sponsored by the Friends of the Domes and in partnership with doTERRA (the well-
Milwaukee, Rays Wine & Spirits Fundraiser (10/27): Stock up for the holidays, enjoy a drink and support the Milwaukee Choristers at Ray's WIne & Spirits and Ray's Growler Gallery & Wine Bar!
Milwaukee, Robert DeLong (11/9): DeLong began performing his genre-bending songs in 2010, where he uses MIDI interfaces, a full drum set, drum pads, keyboards, laptops and game controllers, looping his music to fuse electronic dance
Milwaukee, Samples at Rays (11/9): Stop in, get a taste, and stock up on your locally made spirits from Central Standard Craft Distillery.
Milwaukee, Second Annual Halloween Hoopla (10/27): For just $2, you can join us in making beer history by cracking open a cold Loop Station and downing that bad boy with hundreds of others at 3pm!
Milwaukee, Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America (9/28 - 1/6): Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America explores the projects of over 40 designers who advocated for playfulness and whimsy within their creations for corporations, domestic interiors, and children
Milwaukee, Short Pours with Short Films (10/27): Milwaukee Film Festival Shorts fans, come to our Walker's Point taproom Oct. 27. Bring your Shorts: Surprise, Surprise ticket stub, enjoy a FREE flight of beers, and tell us about your favorites.
Milwaukee, Spoone and Crockpott (11/4): Boone & Crockett is teaming up with local restaurants to bring you delicious food, bangin drinks and good times! Each restaurant will be providing a dish of their choice, Boone will be offering an arr
Milwaukee, Sweeneys Gym Halloween Costume Party (10/27): Join Sweeney's Gym for a Halloween Costume Party October 27th! Drinks • Treats • This will be a Potluck style so bring your own dish or beverage to pass. $150 Prize for the best costume!!
Milwaukee, The Acacia Strain (11/9): The Acacia Strain is an American metal and punk band, formed in Chicopee, Massachusetts in 2001. Frontman Vincent Bennett is the only remaining original member.
Milwaukee, The Blueprint: Cultivator Demo Day (11/11): On Sunday, November 11, 2018 from 3 - 6 pm, the public is invited to Venue 42 for Demo Day, where the 12 businesses that completed The Blueprint: Cultivator will showcase their 3 minute pitches.
Milwaukee, The Grave Yard 5K Run/Walk with Kids Trick or Treat 1K (10/27): Come join Aurora Sports Health at the 1st annual Grave Yard 5k Run/Walk!All proceeds benefit Aurora Foundation's Family To Family Thanksgiving and the Forest Home Historic Preservation Association.
Milwaukee, The Life Center (11/11): This Sunday...Nov.11, 2018 Pastor Lisa Grant will be teaching on..."God's Principles: The road map from His Promises to the Blessings".
Milwaukee, The Right Now (11/2): The Right Now's pop-meets-soul sound is more than a vehicle for Stefanie Berecz's captivating voice.
Milwaukee, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (10/27): Milwaukee's tradition continues! The Sensual Daydreams cast takes the Oriental Theatre main house by storm for a midnight screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show!
Milwaukee, The Tasting Gala (11/2): Come out to The Pfister Hotel and enjoy some of the finest wines, delicious gourmet foods samples and live music at one of the most renowned tasting events in the Midwest.
Milwaukee, Trick-or-Treat at Milwaukee Harley (10/27): Adults get to have some fun too and trick-or-treat inside the dealership. Stop at each department to get your game card stamped and enter to win a $100 gift card and other prizes.
Milwaukee, Veterans Day Ceremony (11/11): Join American Legion Milwaukee Police Post 415, Milwaukee Firefighters Post 426 and the War Memorial Center on Sunday, November 11th as we honor Veterans Day.
Milwaukee, Veterans Day Parade (11/10): Participants in the parade include, veterans groups, active military units, military equipment - new and antique, floats, high school bands, and civilian groups.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Bicycling Hall of Fame (11/2): Join us as we honor Tom Schuler as our 2018 Sports Inductee for the Wisconsin Bicycling Hall of Fame with this fundraiser that supports bicycle advocacy, safety education and the Wisconsin Bike Fed.
Milwaukee, WITesol Fall Conference 2018 (10/27): WITESOL is excited to announce that our annual fall conference will be on Saturday, October 27th at Alverno College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This year’s theme is “Stand Up, Speak Out: Standing With Ou
Milwaukee, WKLH Morning Show (11/9): Join Dave, Dorene and Gino from 96.5 WKLH, the most listened to morning show in Milwaukee, as they broadcast LIVE from our South Entrance.
Milwaukee, ZJ® Jonathan Benoit Master Class (11/2): The AMAZING Zumba Jammer® Jonathan Benoit from Montreal Canada is coming to Wisconsin to do a Special Master Class!
Minocqua, Northwoods Wildlife Center Guided Tours (11/3): Our guided tours showcase a variety of native reptiles, raptors and scavengers. Tours are appropriate for all ages and are indoor/outdoor.
Minocqua, The 6th Annual Fall Open House (10/27): Join us for the 6th Annual Fall Open House at Northwoods Wildlife Center! We have a variety of fun activities planned for the whole family including pumpkin painting and other fall nature crafts, and
Monroe, Sunday Afternoon Dances (11/11): Whether you enjoy an Old World polka or schottisch, ballroom dancing or rock'n'roll, you won't be disappointed when you attend our Sunday Afternoon Dances, complete with live music by popular old-time
Monroe, William Florian Those Were the Days (11/3): William Florian’s “Those were the Days” is an upbeat, musical journey of America’s spirit and greatest songs of the 1960’s and 70’s.
Muskego, Peppermint Fair (11/4): Annual holiday themed craft fair featuring a variety of items and exhibitors. Mostly handmade or home crafted items. Homemade quilt or afghan raffled each year. Bakery sale, and food and drink are ava
Neenah, Bean Bag Tournament for Brigade (11/3): The event will be held indoors. Proceeds benefit the Brigade. There is a competitive and a social tournament going on at the same time. Whichever tournament you join, come ready to have fun!
New Berlin, COA Fall Festival! (10/26): Come One, Come ALL! It's our Fall Festival EVENT!!! Games, art projects (sensory), and child-made snack station and Much More!
New Berlin, Grand Opening! (10/27): Come celebrate our Grand Re-Opening at our new location! We will be raffling off some pretty awesome baskets to benefit the Waukesha County Sheriffs Department K9 Units!
New Berlin, Trunk or Treat (10/27): Trunk or Treat is a free, fun, and safe alternative to trick or treat held at WeatherStone Church parking lot.
Oconomowoc, Business Trick or Treat (10/27): The Business Trick or Treat event, Saturday, October 27, 2018, in the City of Oconomowoc and outlying shopping districts, will provide a fun and safe Trick-or-Treat afternoon for children, and a favor
Oconomowoc, Fall Gallery Night (11/2): Art comes alive in downtown as folks enjoy the crisp fall air and a night downtown in Oconomowoc.
Oshkosh, African Violet Show & Sale (11/3 - 11/4): Come see hundreds of beautiful African violets and related plants on exhibit and for sale. Designs featuring blooming African violets and their blossoms will also be on exhibit.
Oshkosh, Bar 430s Halloween Bash with DJ G-Spot (10/26): Join us at 430 Friday, October 26th for our Halloween Bash with DJ G-Spot. Needles drop at 10pm! Grab a table for bottle service and get the party started.
Oshkosh, Downtown Oshkoshs Triwizard Tournament (11/3): Three tasks will test your magical ability, intelligence, and courage. Eternal glory awaits the victors of the first ever Downtown Oshkosh Triwizard Tournament!
Oshkosh, Fall Family Fest (10/28): Join us for our Fall Family Fest at the Farm! We'll have a PETTING ZOO with goats, llamas, pigs, ducks, geese, and more, courtesy of Glacier Ridge Animal Farm!
Oshkosh, FIfth Ward 1st Anniversary Party (11/10): We are celebrating our 1 Year Anniversary with a bash! Featuring DD's BBQ Company, Unity The Band, and a HUGE lineup special releases and tappings. Noon-Midnight, November 10th.
Oshkosh, Halloween Party & Costume Contest (11/3): It's that time of year again! Join us on Saturday November 3rd for our annual Halloween Party! We will have games, treats, a costume contest, and a SCARY good batch of Witches Brew!
Oshkosh, Haunted Halloween (10/27): Grab your Halloween costume and join the Ghost and Goblins, Witches and Wizards of Monty's Magic for a Haunted Halloween. Get your tickets early, we expect to sale out.
Oshkosh, Pure FC 11 - MMA (10/27): Menominee Nation Arena is joining forces with Pure Fighting Championships of Milwaukee to bring mixed martial arts (MMA) to Menominee Nation Arena in Oshkosh.
Oshkosh, TEDxOshkosh 2018 (11/10): In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.
Oshkosh, The Creepy and Kooky Commander Clash (10/27): Get ready for some spine-chilling, hair-raising, unearthly commander action! Format: Multiplayer Commander. Start Time: 1:00 PM. Entry fee: $10 with a free promo card for each player.
Oshkosh, Uniquely Boo Halloween Dance (10/26): This event is a fundraiser benefiting the Autism Society of the Fox Valley, Bridge the Gap, and COVEY. The Halloween Dance will be at Webster Stanley middle school, from 6-9pm, on October 26th!
Park Falls, Holiday Bazaar (11/3): The Peace Luthern Church women's group invites you to join them for their annual Hoilday Bazaar including a craft sale, cookie walk, bake sale, luncheon, and door prizes. Everyone is welcome!
Phillips, Hidden Treasures Specialty Shop Tour (11/3): These unique specialty shops go all out for the holidays and are sure to get you in the shopping spirit with tastings, product samples, drawings, discounts, demonstrations and more.
Phillips, Holiday Crafts & Treasures Sale (11/10): Large variety of unique items including crafts, home decor', kitchen accessories, health, fitness & beauty products, bakery items, and many gift ideas; plus lunch and refreshments will be available.
Plymouth, Brat Fry Fundraiser (10/28): Join the Sheboygan River Basin Partnership for their Fundraiser Brat Fry! Enjoy a brat or burger while supporting local projects that improve the health of our rivers and lakes.
Racine, Autumn Silhouette Gala (11/10): Faith Hope & Love, dedicated to helping children in crisis throughout Southeastern Wisconsin, presents their annual black-tie benefit, “Autumn Silhouette Gala” as a Masquerade Ball!
Racine, Bowl Painting Party for Empty Bowls! (10/26): Come join us and paint a bowl for the Empty Bowls fundraiser!! from 6pm- 8pm on Friday 10/26/2018. Price is $8-$12 a bowl! Even better we are inviting up to 10 dogs at a time to join us in the fun!
Racine, Brunch with Santa and the Animals (11/11): Brunch with the Animals features a light breakfast served family style, a special educational program by the Racine Zoo, a holiday craft activity- and a visit with Santa Claus. Children must be accomp
Racine, Demo Day - Tower of Madness (10/26): Envoy Herald Anne Holmes will be present at Twin Dragon Games LLCto guide you through demos of the new Smirk&Dagger title, Tower of Madness!
Racine, Downtown Holiday Parade (11/10): Holiday lights, costumed characters, marching bands, Santa Claus, Christmas carolers and more. Also enjoy hot cider, roasted nuts and sweet treats from downtown merchants.
Racine, Emerald City Gala (10/27): Join us along the yellow brick road for cocktails, appetizers and a gourmet three-course dinner catered by Gooseberries as we make our way to EMERALD CITY, this year’s theme for our Annual Fall Gala.
Racine, Murder At The Deadwood Saloon Murder Mystery (10/27): Come join us for another murder mystery! We are very excited about this. Tickets are $100. Book soon so you can receive more information about your character and role for the evening!
Racine, Our Harmony Club Bowling Down Memory Lane (11/4): Our Harmony Club, Inc is the ONLY social day program for seniors in Racine and Racine County providing an affordable, volunteer based respite care service.
Racine, Pastoral Installation Service (10/28): Please join us for the installation of our Elder Jerry Cornett as Pastor of Greater Grace Temple Church! We hope to see you there!
Racine, Shop for a Cure-2018 Vendor Fair (11/10): Join us at our Annual Shop for a Cure Vendor Fair to benefit Relay For Life of Racine. Your chance to visit multiple organizations, companies, vendors all in one place.
Racine, Spirit and Soul: African American Spirituality (10/27): This interactive day will offer an opportunity to encounter the spirituality of African peoples in the United States through prayer, song, movement, storytelling and art.
Racine, Use Creativity to Make a Living as an Artist (11/10): Racine native, artist, curator, and gallery director Kendra Bulgrin's creative life infuses nearly everything she does. Hear how she stays creative while making a living as an artist.
Racine, Winter Birds Presentation (11/10): Hear about the physiological and behavioral adaptions birds have evolved to cope with harsh winter conditions. Adults and children are welcome.
Random Lake, 17th Annual SCFD Steak Fry (11/3): Silver Creek Fire Department’s 17th Annual Steak Fry will be November 3rd, 2018. Once again, tickets for this event will be limited to 400. Don’t forget to get tickets from any fire department member
Reedsburg, Reedsburg Craft Fair Plus (11/10): Start your holiday shopping at this wonderful craft fair and art fair sponsored by the Reedsburg Area Women's Club.
Rhinelander, Over the River and Through the Woods (11/2 - 11/4): Nick Cristano is a young marketing executive who routinely visits his four grandparents every Sunday for dinner, governed by the three “Fs” - family, faith, and food.
Richland Center, Paws Fur the Holidays (11/10): Paws Fur the Holidays is traditionally held the second Saturday of November. This event celebrates pet and people coming together to have fun and support the year's work of OMHS.
Ripon, Christmas In The Village (11/9): Enjoy a day encountering the unique shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities that are available in historic Ripon, and discover the charm of small town hospitality.
Ripon, Downtown Ripon Holiday WineWalk (11/2): Visit historic Ripon, Wisconsin on Friday, November 2nd for our annual Downtown Ripon Holiday WineWalk. This event, which is sponsored by Patina Vie, is not to be missed!
Saint Germain, Christmas Bazaar (11/10): Start your Holiday shopping early at the November Christmas Bazaar featuring many local crafters, fresh wreaths and garland, a bake sale, children's activities, raffle prizes and a visit from Santa an
Sheboygan, 2018 Big Book Sale (11/1 - 11/3): Annual Big Book Sale hosted by the Friends of Mead Public Library.
Sheboygan, 3 Sheeps Halloween Party (10/27): Join us for our yearly Halloween Party as our taproom puts on its costume for the night - 3 Sheeps Donut Co. Come out for the costume party, prizes, awesome beer and of course, donuts!
Sheboygan, Coffee with Coastal (10/26): There will be a panel discussion with our guests, interviewed by Coastal Food for Thought program lead Terry Stevenson, and Q&A with the audience.
Sheboygan, Holiday Sip and Shop (11/4): Free Event! Come shop for a variety of unique gifts for everyone on your Holiday list or just pamper yourself. Everything from antiques, fashion, food, make up, and jewelry.
Sheboygan, LIVE Music: Erich von Klassen (11/10): One-man-band Erich von Klassen performs rock, R&B, reggae, comedy, country, and even German bierhall standards!
Sheboygan, LIVEgraced a one day Womens Event (11/10): The event is designed to inspire and empower women to live their best life and embrace the mantra "you can do BIG things." This event is a welcoming.
Sheboygan, Money & Marriage (Free Event!) (11/3): Whit is known to many as an improv comedian with Fish Sticks Comedy – so you know you’re in for a different type of presentation on finances.
Sheboygan, Nest Holiday Open House (11/10): Our annual Holiday Open House is a festive day of delicious treats, door prizes and specials throughout the store. Kick off your gift-buying and entertaining season with us!
Sheboygan, Spooky Foods (Kids Class, ages 8-13) (10/27): Halloween is right around the corner! Join us for our Spooky Foods class, where we’ll make utterly disgusting-looking, but delicious-tasting, gross-out foods!
Sheboygan, Wine Bottle Bag Painting Class (10/26): $20 / one bag or $30 / two bags. All materials included. Please specify the number of bags when registering.
Sherwood, Pumpkin Carving and Costume Contest (10/27): After trick-or-treating, head over to the Wanick Park Pavilion and join the Sherwood Lions Club in decorating and carving pumpkins and costume contest, Saturday, October 27, 2018.
Stevens Point, Gala for Giving (11/3): The 2018 Gala for Giving will offer guests a fresh twist on the benefit dinner guests have known and loved for years. Our new host, Muse at Sentry, will treat attendees to a five-course tasting menu w
Stevens Point, Healthy Halloween Hoedown (10/27): Put your Halloween costumes on and join us for an afternoon of fun. Our Healthy Halloween Hoedown will be on Saturday October 27th from 10 am-1 pm.
Stockbridge, Stockbridge Schools Annual Craft Faire (11/10): Over 80 arts & crafts vendors will be located in the Middle & High School gyms. If you are interested in being a vendor, contact Missy via email.
Sturgeon Bay, Halloween Party - Wave Pointe (11/3): Bring your best costume because Wave Pointe has brought in the best band for the party.Make sure your costume includes dancing shoes for we'll be rock'n all night
Sturgeon Bay, The 7th Annual Thrills on Third (10/27): Ghosts, witches, zombies- oh my! Watch out for the spooky characters you may come across during the 7th annual Thrills on Third event happening throughout the historic Third Avenue in Sturgeon Bay on
Trempealeau, A Night of Comedy and Magic (11/2): The Magic of Isaiah returns to Elmaro Vineyards with his comedy magic show. Isaiah will begin the night with closeup magic from 6:30-7pm and a stage show starting at 7pm.
Turtle Lake, American Legion Vets Dance (11/10): Enjoy an evening of dancing in celebration of Veterans Day. This annual event is held in honor of Veteran's Day.
Viroqua, Michael Perry & the Long Beds (11/3): With no arts background (he has a nursing degree) he found himself drawn especially to the work of poets and singer/songwriters.
Watertown, 1st Brigade Band - Harvest Ball (11/3): Come join the 1st Brigade Band at its Annual Harvest Ball. The band MAKES HISTORY LIVE by presenting period brass band music, performed on antique instruments.
Watertown, Marquardt Village Annual Craft Fair (11/2): The bazaar will feature a wide array of handmade craft and gift items including wood, ceramics, jewelry, baby items, and so much more!
Waukesha, Artist Talk: John Kascht (10/27): Ever want to know how people-watching could become an Xtreme sport? Join artist John Kascht in conversation about his premiere exhibition MAKING FACES and find out.
Waukesha, Candlelight Yoga + Nidra (10/28): Yoga nidra or yogic sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the "going-to-sleep" stage. It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed.
Waukesha, Chosens 1st Annual Gala and Silent Auction (11/9): "Open Hearts, Open Homes: A Celebration of Foster and Adoptive Families" will take place on Friday, November 9th at Crowne Plaza West in Wauwatosa. Their journey is heartwarming!
Waukesha, Club 400 Beer Pong Tournament (11/3): Join us on Saturday, November 3rd at 7PM to try your skills at the Club 400 Beer Pong Tournament in our upstairs Clubhouse party area.
Waukesha, Girls Gone Rx Waukesha (11/10): Our competitions are put on to bring all types of women together through Competing for a Cure. Excited to announce we now have 2 divisions!
Waukesha, Murder Mystery Dinner in the Roarin 20s (10/26): Registration is now open! Join us for our Murder Mystery event in October! This was a blast in the past and we can't wait for this year's new theme ROARIN 20S!
Waukesha, SCWW at Reaching Treetops Yoga (11/10): Come and check out some great furniture and home decor pieces from Spring City Wood Works, as well as items from dozens of other vendors, at Reaching Treetops Yoga in downtown Waukesha!