Editor's Choice Events for Wisconsin
Middleton, Bockfest (2/24): Celebrate this legendary winter festival held at the Capital Brewery Bier Garten!
West Allis, Milwaukee Comic Con (2/24): The Milwaukee Comic Con will feature over 300 artist tables, vendor booths, and special guests.
Hayward, Shamrock Shuffle 2018, March 17th (3/17): Register Today! - www.OutdoorVenturesHayward.com Join us on Main St. in Hayward, WI for the 6th Annual Shamrock Shuffle 5k/1k Run/Walk presented by Johnson Bank on March 17th, 2018
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Altoona, Matt Sisko Memorial Benefit (3/10): Many Raffle items, Silent Auction items, and Pre-sale raffle. All you can Drink Beer for 10$ and Live DJ during drawings. All Raffles also available to be purchased at the Rink during the Tournament.
Amherst, Live Music: The Oxleys (3/3): Live Music: The Oxleys. An up and coming folk trio formed in Milwaukee, WI, The Oxleys are lead by singer-songwriter Cray Oxley on guitar.
Appleton, Auditions: Attic Chamber Theatre (3/4 - 3/5): Auditions for Attic Chamber Theatre's 2018 summer season will be held on Sunday, March 4, 2018, from 1-4 PM, and on Monday, March 5, 2018, from 6-8 PM.
Appleton, Bids & Bites (2/24): Bids & Bites is a fundraiser for Immanuel Lutheran School tuition assistance and technology upgrades.
Appleton, Casino Night! (3/3): Please join us on March 3rd at Appleton American Legion Post No. 38. Looking forward to seeing you there
Appleton, March Madness with Stone (3/10): We are kicking of the start of basketball craziness, featuring Stone Brewing.
Appleton, Melissa Otero: Puerto Rico Rising Benefit Concert (2/23): Recording artist Melissa Otero returns to the Outer Edge Stage after almost four years with a benefit concert to continue her relief efforts in Yauco, Puerto Rico due to Hurricane Maria.
Appleton, Vegas Madness Casino Night (3/9): A night of laughter and playing casino games. LIVE entertainment, featuring ELVIS impersonator. Black Jack, Craps, Roulette.
Ashland, Ice-O-Rama (3/3 - 3/4): Annual Ice-O-Rama ice fishing contest. Participants can fish anywhere in Chequamegon Bay.
Bayfield, Bayfield Winter Festival (3/2 - 3/4): Visit Bayfield for an entire weekend dedicated to 'Celebrating Ice, Snow and Cabin Fever!
Bayfield, Mt Ashwabay Eds Dual G.S. Race (3/4): Ski & Snowboard competitors race side-by-side in the Red Course or the Blue Course. Switch courses, and race again. Win both races and advance!
Bayfield, Mt. Ashwabay King & Queen of the Mountain (2/25): The 17th annual Rychel Cup Race Series is open to all skills and all ages. Racers compete in 2-Slalom, 2-Giant Slalom, and 2-Super G events, with the best 4 of 6 runs scored.
Beaver Dam, BDCAS 2nd Annual Youth Expo (2/24): Join us for fun, register for door prizes, visit with vendors at their interactive booths and did we mention - fun!?
Beloit, Diamond Jo Casino Bus Trip (2/24): It's that time again, folks! For just $20 you get the bus trip to and from Diamond Jo, beer on the bus, and the lunch buffet at Diamond Jo when we get there.
Black River Falls, Brian Bethke!-Live @ Revolution (2/23): Brian is back to perform LIVE at Revolution! Bring a friend, and come enjoy the music, over wine, tap beer, or amazing coffee!
Bloomer, Back 40 Beer Fest (3/10): Join us for a fun afternoon at Back 40 Dining & Cocktails on March 10th to try the latest Micro Brews from Brewery's from throughout Wisconsin.
Brookfield, Catch a Rising Star (3/11): Brookfield’s own Julian Rhee, violin prodigy, winner of the Wisconsin Young Artist Competition 2017, is already a season soloist.
Brookfield, Cynthia Brinich-Langlois • Water sheds (3/3 - 4/19): The lithographic prints that comprise Water Sheds present a variety of landscapes altered by drought, with small figures moving through panoramic compositions.
Brookfield, Dave Bayles Quartet (2/23): The year was 1986, and music mogul Michael Cuscuna had spent a decade curating the largest body of jazz reissues for Impulse!, Blue Note, and Mosaic Records.
Brookfield, Film: What Happened, Miss Simone? (2/23): In honor of Black History Month, come join us to view and discuss a documentary about the life and legend Nina Simone...
Brookfield, Guardians of the Children Annual Soup Cook-off (3/10): This is Wisconsin’s largest soup cook off. Winners receive cash prizes and a trophy. We will have live entertainment, hundreds of raffle prizes. 50/50 drawing. Sweet treats and GOC merchandise.
Brookfield, Inspire Womens Conference (3/3): Join us for a remarkable day filled with dynamic worship, empowering speakers, and tons for fun! We are a society of sisters who care generously for our community and passionately for God.
Burlington, CATHE Womens Saturday 2018 (3/10): It's BACK! Coming Saturday, March 10th, CATHE is offering a one-day Women’s Day, featuring spa services, yoga, a wine tasting, and numerous activities.
Burlington, Hills Are Alive Trail Run/Walk (3/11): Shake off the winter snowflakes and celebrate spring with this multi-distance trail event.Participants can choose from 3.5 miles, 5 miles, 8.5 miles or 10 miles. This event is also part of the 2017/18
Burlington, Ninth Annual Bridal Show (2/25): Ninth Annual Bridal Show at Veterans Terrace. Fashion show by Bon Bon Belle Bridal and featuring music by BB's Best Dj Service. Catering by Stowells, Charcoal Grill, Napolis, & Courtyard Catering.
Cable, Fat Bike Birkie (3/10): This event is a one day exception to this rule and is for fat bikes only. No mountain bikes are permitted.
Cable, Worlds Longest Weenie Roast (3/3): Known throughout the region as the most fun on ice, thousands of weenie enthusiasts come to Lake Namakagon for this fantastic event.
Cedarburg, Art in the Burg (3/10): Welcome to the 6th annual Art in the Burg! This juried art fair features 75+ regional artists with a wide variety of mediums. Visit our student art display and silent auction.
Cedarburg, Cedar Creek Winery Open House (3/10 - 3/11): Enjoy two festive and celebratory days, featuring barrel tasting 2017 vintages, live jazz, cooking-with-wine demonstrations & samplings.
Chilton, Open Barn on the Farm (3/10): Take a walk through the barn and get your picture taken with little lambs. After your walk, stop at the house for samples of some lamb dishes.
Chippewa Falls, Zacho Sports Center open house (2/24): Prepare for fishing success in 2018 with our fun, information-packed seminars at Zacho Sports Center. Refreshments, door prizes, and fishing camaraderie...all for free. Join us!
Columbus, Glass Mosaic (2/25): Please join us on March 25th at The Workshop. Looking forward to seeing you there
Deer Park, Irish Cheer on a Wood Canvas (3/10): We are back in Deer Park in March celebrating a little St Pattys Day, with an Irish Cheer painting on a Wood Canvas
Deerfield, Kirtan Event, with Love, Light & Harmony (3/4): Kirtan is a very simple & powerful way to meditate. It’s effortless & joyful; the music does the work for you as you flow with the melody & rhythm.
Dodgeville, Healthy Hoedown Barn Dances (3/3): 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.
Dousman, 46th Annual Game Feed Dinner (3/3): The 46th annual Dousman Gun Club Game Dinner will be held Saturday March 3rd at the Dousman Community Center. Dinner starts at 5 with raffles to follow.
Eau Claire, History Harvest: Sounds of Eau Claire (3/3): Share your musical memories, artifacts, and memorabilia and help create a digital collection of your community’s musical landscape.
Eau Claire, James & the Giant Peach Auditions! (2/24): New this spring: This advanced opportunity is being made available for those who have been in a Y-Rep play before or have other theatre experience and want to take on a slightly more challenging play.
Eau Claire, The Addams Family (3/9 - 3/11): Meet The Addams Family-Uncle Fester, Gomez and Morticia, their children Wednesday and Pugsley, and their servant, Lurch.
Edgerton, Open Mic (2/23): Open mic event hosted by the local Edgerton band "The Backporch Twilight." Signups start at 6:30, performances start at 7:00. Featuring Janesville humorist, Rita Beck.
Elkhart Lake, Big Band Gala (3/2 - 3/4): A weekend dedicated to the Big Band era featuring luxurious accommodations, sumptuous dining, ballroom dancing, and professional dance instruction.
Elkhart Lake, Top Chef Competition (3/11): 9th Annual Elkhart Lake Top Chef. Area chefs compete for the Top Chef Title at this lakeside resort. Proceeds to go to Midwest Council for Children with Disabilities.
Evansville, Evansville Heat is On! Chili Cook-Off (2/24): Area chefs and wanna-be hot shots will create and name delectable concoctions of chili for the annual Heat is On! Chili Cook-Off.
Fennimore, Taste of Fennimore (3/3): Annual Taste of Fennimore showcases local vendors including wine, cheese, beer, bakeries, butcher shops and more who offer samplings of their "local fare."
Fitchburg, Law Enforcement United Fundraiser (2/24): Join Law Enforcement United (LEU) and Premier Trivia at Me & Julio in Fitchburg as we raise money for the families of those whom we've lost in the line of service.
Fitchburg, Puppy Yoga! (3/3): Join us for another fabulous session of Puppy Yoga with The Inspired Mat!
Fond Du Lac, Agricultural Showcase (3/3): "What's the Buzz about Agriculture"? Find out more how we are all connected to agriculture at the Agriculture Showcase.
Fond Du Lac, Albert Cummings (3/9): Albert Cummings writes, plays and sings the blues like nobody else. He has played with blues legends B.B. King, Johnny Winter and Buddy Guy.
Fond Du Lac, Craft & Vendor Fair (2/24): Free Admission. Enter to Win our raffle basket. Hourly prize giveaways (must be present to win). Great sale.
Fort Atkinson, The Taste of Literacy (3/3): This annual event will take place on Saturday, March 3 at the Dwight Foster Library in Fort Atkinson from 5-8 PM. Enjoy wine, beer, cheese, chocolate, appetizers and live music.
Franklin, Bowl-For-Autism (3/4): Please help support this great event!!! Unable to bowl.... stop in anyway to support a great organization!!!
Glendale, BKC Swap Meet (3/11): Come get ready for the 2018 racing season! All racers welcome. Find your kart supplies, engines, chassis, safety gear, etc. $15 to sell/reserve spot (bring your own table).
Grafton, Yoga & Cocktails (3/2): Our first Yoga & Cocktails event in January was such a great success, we’ll be offering it again on Friday, March 2nd.
Green Bay, 9th Annual Curative Connections Music Fest (3/9): Dinner, music, silent and live auction event. Proceeds to benefit the services provided by Curative Connections for people with disabilities and seniors throughout northeastern Wisconsin.
Green Bay, A VERY SMALL CONSORTIUM (2/23): This innovative ensemble consisting of UWGB music faculty and friends performs “miniature morsels of music” that either consist of 100 or fewer or last one minute or less.
Green Bay, ARTI GRAS (3/3 - 3/4): The fine arts festival offers patrons a chance to view and purchase the works of 100 artists and craft persons from throughout the Midwest. Exhibited for sale are original works representing various m
Green Bay, Distress Ink (& Oxide) 101 (2/24): Try new tools and techniques, while discovering personal ways to incorporate the Distress Ink line into your card making, scrapbooking, or other paper crafting hobbies.
Green Bay, Doulas at the Barre (2/23): Calling all mommas or soon to be mommas! Did you know you can lift, tone, and burn with us while pregnant? Join us for a complimentary Pure Barre class with the Green Bay Doulas.
Green Bay, Dueling Pianos (2/23): DUELING PIANO NIGHT with NEW Piano Guys @ Gather on Broadway
Green Bay, Dueling Pianos (3/3): Back by popular demand, we are proud to announce our spring 2018 Dueling Piano date at Thornberry Creek at Oneida!
Green Bay, Evergreen Quilt Show (3/9 - 3/10): Also included a quilt raffle, silent auction, vendors marketplace, quilt appraisals (by appointment), "Attic Treasures" sale, bake sale and lunch.
Green Bay, Hydration Reggae at Gilligans (2/24): Influences: Peter Tosh, Bob marley, Stick Figure, Natty Nation, The Expanders, Slightly Stoopid, The Movement, Tribal Seeds, Raging Fyah, Jon Wayne and The Pain, Fortunate Youth
Green Bay, Jay Owenhouse: The Authentic Illusionist (3/3): Jay Owenhouse, a legendary escape artists and one of the most awarded illusionists in history, performs for one night only in Family Magic!, an intimate evening of Grand Illusions.
Green Bay, Polar Plunge (2/24): Last year, 380 brave souls took the plunge in Green Bay. The best part? After their bodies returned to 98.6°F and the donations were tallied, they raised more than $130,000 for Special Olympics Wiscon
Green Bay, Puppet Up: Uncensored (3/9): PUPPET UP: Uncensored is a night of outrageous, off-the-cuff comedy featuring 80 original puppets brought to life by a cast of world-class comedian puppeteers from The Jim Henson Company.
Green Bay, Puppet Up: Uncensored (3/3): PUPPET UP: Uncensored is a night of outrageous, off-the-cuff comedy featuring 80 original puppets brought to life by a cast of world-class comedian puppeteers from The Jim Henson Company.
Green Bay, Vortex Meditation Circle (2/24): VortexHealing® is one of the most powerful forms of energy healing taught today. The freedom it brings about is life altering.
Hales Corners, San Cubed Friendship Seminar (3/3): Aikido of Hales Corners is proud to welcome Andrew Vitale, Ray Donovan, and Graig Neville.
Hartford, Black Bart (3/11): Attention swabs and landlubbers: Bartholomew Grogswiller’s ship has made port in Hartford and this pirate's ready and willin' to make mayhem and merriment with audiences of all ages!
Hartford, Iced on Main (2/24): Watch local and nationally recognized ice and snow sculpting artists compete for the Best of Show while carving a 300 pound block of ice in front of downtown businesses.
Hartford, Page to Stage: Cinderella (3/3): Join the Schauer Arts Center & Jack Russell Memorial Library for this FREE Page-to-Stage program! This month, we're celebrating the classic fairy tale Cinderella!
Hartland, Caps for Sale (2/24): Adapted from the classic book by Esphyr Slobodkina, our story goes behind the scenes to spin the tale of a cap peddler's life, including a few monkeys and their monkey business.
Hartland, Rustic Manor 1848 Grand Re-Opening (3/4): Join Rustic Manor 1848 and Manor Studios 1848 for our Grand Re-Opening of the newly renovated barn! After a busy winter we're ready to unveil all our hard work.
Hayward, Shamrock Shuffle 2018, March 17th (3/17): Register Today! - www.OutdoorVenturesHayward.com Join us on Main St. in Hayward, WI for the 6th Annual Shamrock Shuffle 5k/1k Run/Walk presented by Johnson Bank on March 17th, 2018
Hayward, The After Party (3/10): Fund raising event in support of the CAMBA Fat Bike trail network following the Fat Bike Birkie. Raffles, auctions, swag, beer, music, good times. All in support of a great cause.
Hustisford, Plant a Seed READathon (3/3): Please join us on March 3rd at Hustisford Community Library. Looking forward to seeing you there
Janesville, Arftic Art 2018 (2/24): Join us for our largest fundraiser of the year! ALL PROCEEDS go to help animals in our community.
Janesville, Gustav Mahler’s Symphony (3/10): The Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra is the professional symphony orchestra of Rock County.
Janesville, Sips & Sounds (& Suds) (3/3): Join us for a festive wine, beer and hors d'oeuvres tasting fundraiser to support patients and families facing serious illness.
Janesville, Winter Farmers Market (3/3): This indoor winter Farmers Market will feature a variety of crafts, cheese, maple syrup, baked goods, meat, winter squash, pickles, honey and other items. It's a great opportunity for holiday and gift
Kenosha, Cars and Coffee Presented By: Grundy Insurance (2/24): Cruise in to Gateway Classic Cars every last Saturday of the month for Cars & Coffee: Presented by Grundy Insurance!
So far we have had some amazing turnouts, but we want to continue to grow!
Kewaskum, Paint & Wood Fired Pizza Night (2/23): $55 per person. Tickets and questions at email@example.com. Join us in the cabin for a relaxing evening of creativity and taste bud enjoyment!
Kohler, Leslie Odom, Jr. (3/9): Leslie Odom Jr. is a Tony Award winning actor and singer. He has performed on Broadway and in television and film, most notably for his portrayal of “Aaron Burr” in the hit musical Hamilton.
Kohler, Poolside Movie: Back to the Future (2/24): Enjoy a night of family fun with a poolside movie at Sports Core. This complimentary member event includes a viewing of the movie Back to the Future in the family pool.
La Crosse, Adult Night (3/2): Please join us on March 2nd at High Roller Skating Center. Looking forward to seeing you there
La Crosse, Bowl-A-Thon (2/25): Bluff Country Family Resources invites you to bowl for a cause!
La Crosse, Calendar Girls (3/9 - 3/25): When Annie’s husband passes, she and her best friend Chris resolve to raise money for the local hospital waiting room.
La Crosse, Coulee Region Polar Plunge (3/3): Last year, 711 brave souls participate in the Polar Plunge in La Crosse. The best part?
La Crosse, Family Fest & Performance (2/25): Get out of the house at the 14th Annual Family Fest and visit the Applause booth!
La Crosse, Live Music: Dublins Daughters (3/10): Head downtown for a night filled with great music, food, and of course, wine! Dublin’s Daughters play traditional Irish, Scottish and Celtic Music to tap your toes, perhaps do a jig!
La Crosse, Mid Winter Barn Dance (2/24): Join us for the winter Barn Dance to benefit the Great River Folk Fest! This traditional old time event is great for all ages.
La Crosse, Relay for Life of La Crosse Colleges (2/23): Join us bring communities together to remember loved ones lost, honor survivors of all cancers, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society make a global impact on cancer.
La Crosse, Sacred Spaces in Word and Art (3/10): This creative workshop will take us out to the marsh trails for photographic discovery and literary reflection.
Ladysmith, Teddy Bear Clinic (2/24): This free event is a great opportunity to help kids become comfortable around medical personnel and the medical equipment they may experience on a visit to the doctor or hospital.
Lake Geneva, Blacklight Corks & Canvas Joplin (3/9): We're going to turn on our high powered UV lights, get out the neon paint, and paint our Joplin wine label.
Lake Geneva, Caricature x2 (a picture and wine!) (2/25): Ever had your caricature done? This form of Art brings out the true you! For $20 you will get a glass of Caricature wine of California and your caricature done!
Lake Geneva, The 32nd Annual Auction (2/24): GENEVA LAKES FAMILY YMCA’s 32nd Annual Auction Totally Awesome `80s. Like..OMG....this is going to be a totally awesome party!
Lake Tomahawk, New-Tom Sno Fleas Vintage Show & Ride (2/24): Find your old snow suits, dust off those old sleds and join us for a day of fun as we reminisce about the early days of snowmobiling.
Little Chute, That 90s Band at Gentlemen Jacks (3/2): All your favorite 90's music performed by That 90's Band, Nintendo and Play Station games for you to play, and a live DJ! Yep, it's going to be awesome! Share with friends :)
Lowell, Yukon Breakfast (3/11): Come enjoy a delicious breakfast. All you can eat eggs, pancakes, sausage, potatoes and more!
Luck, Favorite Celebrity Theme Party (2/24): Come join us for our Favorite Celebrity Theme Party! Dress as your favorite celebrity or celebrity couple and you will automatically be entered into our contest at 9:30pm.
Madison, 2018 State Girls Hockey Championships (3/2 - 3/3): 2018 State Girls Hockey Championships
Friday & Saturday, March 2-3, 2018
Veterans Memorial Coliseum-Alliant Energy Center, Madison
Friday, March 2 - Semifinals
Game-1: Winner Sectional #1 vs
Madison, 4th Annual Mark Rosa Harpsichord Recital (2/24): Join Joseph Gascho, winner of the Jurow International Harpsichord Competition, as he performs works by J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Scarlatti, and Rameau.
Madison, AfterWERQ for Madison Blaze (2/25): First Charity/AfterWERQ of 2018 and we’re hitting it off with 2 hours of hawt sweatiness for the one and only Madison Blaze Women’s Football team.
Madison, All About Snow (2/25): Wilson “Snowflake” Bentley, one of the first people to photograph snowflakes, said “every crystal is a masterpiece of design.” He will inspire our exploration of snow naturalist-led walk.
Madison, All Ages Show (2/24): This one-hour show is packed with fast-paced, classic, short-form improv comedy! Audience participation is guaranteed and the content is appropriate for kids, as well as grown-ups.
Madison, Badgers Announce Sunday Kids’ Days (2/25): The first 2,000 kids, 12 and under, will receive a free Bucky Badger coin bank. Start good money saving habits early with this coin bank featuring Wisconsin's very own Bucky Badger!
Madison, Canoecopia (3/9 - 3/11): Whether it's sea kayaking in Baja California with the grey whales or an expedition above the Arctic Circle in canoes, we have folks who have been there and want you to go too.
Madison, Dance Wisconsin Presents Peter Rabbits Ballet (3/10): The Stories of Peter Rabbit and Friends will introduce the audience to four different stories of Beatrix Potter in three acts: Tale of Two Bad Mice, Tom Kitten, Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny.
Madison, Go South (2/23): On the other side of the planet, February means the waning days of summer.
Madison, International Festival 2018 (2/24): Enjoy more than 30 FREE performances throughout Overture by artists who call Dane County home celebrating the rich cultural heritage within our community.
Madison, José Carlos Teixeira: ON EXILE (1/13 - 5/20): The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is pleased to present a solo exhibition of work by José Carlos Teixeira, on view in the Imprint Gallery January 13 through May 20.
Madison, Ladies* Coloring Night (2/23): Dance Life is hosting a Ladies* Coloring Night! We will have some drinks and coloring supplies on-hand, but we encourage you to bring your own refreshments and crafts if you like.
Madison, Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner 2018 (3/10): Our theme is Moving Wisconsin and America Forward as we celebrate the accomplishments of the past year and prepare for the challenges of the coming year.
Madison, Luau with Panchromatic Steel (2/24): We're bringing the warm weather vibes to you on February 10th at the Hilldale Great Dane. Join us for a Luau themed party with tunes provided by Panchromatic Steel!
Madison, Madison Comic Con (3/11): You wanted more, and you've got more! The Madison Comic Con is back and even bigger than ever!
Madison, Madison Kids Expo (3/2 - 3/4): The Madison Kids Expo is the perfect opportunity for families to come out and learn, explore + play together! It is the perfect cure for cabin fever.
Madison, Madison On Tap (3/3): We’ll have live music, great vendors, and delicious food available for purchase to ensure a perfectly crafted experience.
Madison, Masterworks II (2/23): The Tchaikovsky Serenade is truly a masterpiece. A symphony for strings highlighting Tchaikovsky’s superb gift for melody and virtuosity.
Madison, Midwest Bicycle Show & Sale (3/9 - 3/11): Comparison shop, test ride, acessorize, and choose from all bicycle brands. The new Holland Pavilion comes alive with thousands of new bicycles at the lowest prices fo the year.
Madison, Paint Together Fundraiser (2/24): Help raise funds while painting together as a family or group of friends for UNIDOS...
Madison, Paul Dietrich Jazz Quintet (3/9): Paul Dietrich is a Midwest-based trumpet player, composer and educator striving to make music that synthesizes the sounds of classic and modern jazz...
Madison, Pumped For Puppies (3/9): Join us for another DJ night to #climbforacause for Underdog Pet Rescue of Wisconsin, Inc.. 100% of proceeds will be donated to Underdog Pet Rescue of Wisconsin, Inc.
Madison, Spaghetti Dinner (3/11): Annual LELC Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser for Youth Group Camping TripCome March 11th , 2018 for a delicious meal of spaghetti, traditional home-style sauce, hand-rolled meatballs...
Madison, Tandem Press Jazz Series (3/2): Please join us for our annual series of free Friday jazz performances at Tandem Press!
Madison, The 2018 Erg-A-Thon (3/3): Camp Randall Rowing Club is hosting our annual ERG-A-THON on Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 from 8:00–11:00 AM at the boathouse. This annual event is how CRRC raises money for much-needed equipment.
Madison, The Gardner Winter Music Festival (2/23 - 2/24): This is the the 40th Anniversary of the Gardner Winter Music Festival and the Morgantown Friends of Old Time Music and Dance, which will be held on Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 24, 2018!
Madison, Tuck Everlasting (2/16 - 2/25): Join us for the exciting regional premiere of this Broadway musical! Eleven-year-old Winnie Foster longs for adventure.
Madison, UCPs 31st Annual Celebrity Gala (3/2): Join us on Friday, March 2, 2018, as local media personalities, athletes, and community leaders serve as your personal wait staff for an evening to benefit UCP.
Madison, Visit with Dental Health Associates (2/24): February is National Children’s Dental Health Month – celebrate your smile with a visit and some activities from Dental Health Associates.
Madison, Wisconsin Fishing Expo (2/23 - 2/25): The Wisconsin Fishing Expo was “spawned” from The Madison Fishing Expo, the largest consumer fishing show in the Midwest, which began over 30 years ago.
Madison, Yes Ma’am (3/2): A lightning-fast game of Gifts provides the inspiration for an hour of free-form scene work in “Yes Ma’am”, the new Improv Lab show created by the women of Monkey Business!
Marshfield, Hey Marshfield! (3/3): We always try to visit Marshfield one last time before our crazy summer shows get going. Come on out and join us for a great night of music!
Marshfield, MAPS Paws & Pancakes Fundraising Breakfast (2/25): Marshfield Area Pet Shelter will host its 7th annual breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, February 25th from 8:00am-11:30am at Holiday Inn (750 S Central Ave)!
Marshfield, Marshfield Cultural Fair (2/24): Experience multi-cultural food, entertainment, exhibits and a children's area featuring cultural storytelling and puppet shows.
Marshfield, Wisconsin Christian News Expo 2018 (3/10): This is the event of the year! Come on down to the Ministry Expo and visit all your favorite people. Stop at the tables and see what's happening in Christian ministries in Wisconsin.
Menomonie, Pinewood Derby (2/24): Join us for our Pack Pinewood Derby. Please bring you car, wear your Class A’s and enjoy and excited morning of racing.
Mequon, Chair Workshop! (2/24): Chair Workshop: Open to all members who LOVE the chair and are eager to deepen their understanding of Pilates chair exercises and enhance their practice!
Merrill, Bowl for Kids Sake - Merrill (3/3): Bowl for Kids' Sake- Merrill is Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northcentral Wisconsin's biggest fundraiser of the year. All money raised stays local to support youth mentoring in the Merrill Area.
Middleton, Bockfest (2/24): Celebrate this legendary winter festival held at the Capital Brewery Bier Garten!
Milton, Junction Pub Raffle (2/25): Annual Fundraiser for RCCC in Loving Memory of Brian Hergert.
Milwaukee, 2018 Three Minute Thesis Competition (2/23): The Marquette University Graduate School is sponsoring its second annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) event, founded by the University of Queensland in Australia.
Milwaukee, 2018 Women Leaders Conference (3/2): Join the UW-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education as they host the 9th annual Women Leaders Conference.
Milwaukee, A Toast to Teal (3/3): Our 18th annual, “A Toast to Teal” is an event filled with food, great silent and loud auction items, and inspirational stories of survivorship.
Milwaukee, Al-Anon Family Groups Snow Ball 2018! (2/24): The Snowball is an annual fund raising event for the Al-Anon Service Center. It is a time for fellowship, fun and donating to help with Al-Anon 12 step work in Southeast Wisconsin.
Milwaukee, Barrel-Aged Mystic Knot Release! (3/10): The next release in our In the Spirit Barrel-Aged Series, Mystic Knot, is coming just in time for St. Patrick's Day! Mystic Knot is an Irish-style coffee cream stout...
Milwaukee, Battle of The Badges Hockey (3/4): The Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin Charitable Foundation is excited to announce that our Summer Camp for Burn injured Youth or "Burn Camp" and Fire Fighter Cancer Awareness...
Milwaukee, Blue Ribbon Bash (3/2): Join us for Blue Ribbon Bash, Vision Forward's 3rd annual fundraiser featuring live music from local band Radio Radio!
Milwaukee, Civil Rights History Bus Tour (3/11): Join Dominic Inouye, educator, artist and founder of ZipMKE, on a bus tour exploring Milwaukee’s historic Civil Rights sites, including the James E. Groppi Unity Bridge, the Bronzeville Loop, neighbor
Milwaukee, Divorce Recovery Ministry Info Mtg. (2/25): We have two complementary support group ministries here at Eastbrook Church to help: DivorceCare and DC4K, which stands for DivorceCare for Kids.
Milwaukee, Eastbrook Academy 16th Annual Gala (3/10): IMAGINE. CREATE. GROW. Eastbrook Academy's 16th Annual Gala is going to be a fabulous time with some really special items up for bids.
Milwaukee, First Stages Make Believe Ball (3/3): Break out your dancing shoes and "Ease on Down the Road" to First Stage's 24th Annual Make Believe Ball on Saturday March 3, 2018.
Milwaukee, Fred Usinger Day (2/23): Proclaimed by the Milwaukee County Executive and the Milwaukee Mayor, February 23rd is Fred Usinger Day, in recognition of Usinger's great legacy in the community.
Milwaukee, Girl Scout Day with the Milwaukee Bucks (2/25): Girl Scout Day with the Milwaukee Bucks is on Sunday, February 25 at 2:00 p.m. Girl Scouts will receive a fun patch and get to participate in a post-game free throw on court.
Milwaukee, Greek Wine Tasting Event (2/23): As a continuation of our Ethnic Wine Tasting Series, join us at Vino Third Ward while we taste and learn about wines from Greece!
Milwaukee, King of the Kart with TV and Merch Giveaway (3/9): It’s a take-all-comers battle to the finish line with the winner taking home a 42 Lounge TV. That's right. We've got a few extra TVs now, so why don't you help take one off our hands? ;)
Milwaukee, Lets Dance Milwaukee! with the Admirals (3/9): DANCERS UNITE! Attention all local area dancers and dance teams: let's come together for a united dance performance at the Milwaukee Admirals game on March 9th.
Milwaukee, Live Music: Paul Smith & Andy Jehly (3/10): Paul Smith & Andy Jehly bring harmony, humor, and laid-back style to favorite songs from the past, ranging from folk and blues to Motown and psychedelic rock.
Milwaukee, Local Farmer Open House (3/10): Know your farmer. Know your food. This is your once a year opportunity to talk with local farmers, learn about Community Supported Agriculture Farms (CSAs), sign up for local delivery of boxes of farm
Milwaukee, Milwaukee’s Best Bloody (2/25): Come sip on your favorite Bloody Mary and help us raise money for Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation! Tickets are selling out fast, so make sure you get them quick!
Milwaukee, Mindful Musical Mats (2/23): Bring a friend to or come meet a new one at our first ever Mindful Musical Mats event!
Milwaukee, PostSecret: The Show (3/1): With the bravery of Rent and the surprising honesty of The Vagina Monologues, PostSecret: The Show is a breakthrough in audience sourced storytelling.
Milwaukee, Redlining, Racism and Reflection: Where from Here? (2/27): What really happened during Milwaukee’s Open Housing Marches of 1967-1968? What happened after the 1968 Open Housing Law was passed? Did things change? Join us to learn more about the current state of
Milwaukee, Relationship Conference [Roses & Thorns] (2/24): The world we live in can pull you in all kinds of directions, causing strain in some of the most important areas of your life - including your relationship with your significant other.
Milwaukee, Rising to the Top 3 on 3 (2/24): CSI first fundraiser of 2018! The Rising to the Top 3 on 3 Bball Tourney for players age 18 to 24 years old.
Milwaukee, Salute to Jewish Educators (3/11): We invite the entire community to honor local Jewish educators for their commitment to providing our youth with a quality Jewish education.
Milwaukee, Scouts Admirals Hockey Day (3/10): Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of all ages and their families can come to Discovery World to engage in special Scout programming and explore the interactive and hands-on museum displays!
Milwaukee, ShamROCK Kick-Off Party (3/9): The ShamROCK Kick-Off Party is the best way to start the 52nd Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade!
Milwaukee, Shamrock Shuffle (3/3): Hello all saint patties day lovers and welcome to the Shamrock Shuffle. We will be part of the Milwaukee bar crawl and would love for you all to join us for beer, fun, and games!
Milwaukee, Sneaker Soiree (3/2): Leave the heels at home and join us for a night out supporting Girls on the Run of Southeastern Wisconsin!
Milwaukee, St. Patricks Day Parade (3/10): Parade steps off at noon and lasts about 1.5 hours. Party to follow featuring live Irish music, dance and food. Many post parade parties will take place at various locations featuring Irish entertainm
Milwaukee, STEaM Summit for Girls (3/10): Please join us on March 10th at Italian Community Center, Inc. Looking forward to seeing you there
Milwaukee, SWENext DesignLab (3/10): SWENext DesignLab is a half-day event on Saturday, March 10, for middle schoolers in grades 6-8 who want to experience the creative and innovative facets of engineering.
Milwaukee, Symphonie Fantastique! (3/2): A spectacular showpiece! A fantastic symphony. Experience the mesmerizing vision of Hector Berlioz.
Milwaukee, Synergy 2018 (3/9): AIGA-UWM is hosting its student-run art show, Synergy, for the third year in a row! Our purpose for hosting the show is all in the name; Synergy.
Milwaukee, The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip (1/26 - 4/22): The Open Road is the first exhibition to consider the American photographic road trip—one of the most distinct, important, and appealing themes of the medium—as a genre in and of itself.
Milwaukee, The Star-Spangled Girl (3/10): Synopsis: Andy and Norman are radical liberals struggling to make a living through their magazine dedicated to fighting “the system” in America.
Milwaukee, The Wiz (2/23 - 3/25): It’s the timeless classic you know and love, with a modern, soulful twist.
Milwaukee, Veterans Light Up the Arts (3/9): Join us as we celebrate veterans contributing to Milwaukee's arts and cultural landscape.
Milwaukee, Winter Asado (2/25): Hotel Madrid's Winter Asado will be home to Milwaukee's finest Winter cookout.
Milwaukee, Youth Entrepreneurs Summit (2/24): The 2018 Youth Entrepreneurs Summit is a day of workshops, mentoring and vendor opportunities for youth entrepreneurs’ ages 10yrs – 24yrs old.
Minong, Community Talent Show (2/24): The Minong Center, LLC will be hosting an area wide Community Talent Show on Saturday, February 24th from 6-8 p.m.
Mishicot, Parallel 44 Wine Fest - A Fox Hills Event - (2/24): The dates have been set for the 'Parallel 44 Wine Fest, a Fox Hills Event with a twist! The winter event will be hosted at Fox Hills Resort featuring Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery products!
Monona, Custom license plate sign workshop (3/3): Come to Booth 121 on Saturday March 3 where we will be doing on the spot custom license plate signs along with helping Booth 121 participate in the Vintage Shop Hop
Monroe, Celtic Pub Crawl (3/10): YMCA Celtic "Run Before You Crawl" - at 9 am, kids' fun run at 8:30 am, followed by pub crawl for adults with live music and entertainment at various locations.
Monroe, DAVID LANDAU (3/3): Join children’s entertainer and professional musician David Landau for an hour of sidesplitting stories, silly songs, and delightful dances.
Monroe, Loaves & Fishes Dinner (2/25): Join us at Grace Lutheran Church as we partner with Loaves and Fishes Community meal, creating a Guatemalan feast for you!
Monroe, You Cant Take It With You (3/9 - 3/11): A comedic play in three acts by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The original production of the play premiered on Broadway in 1936.
Neenah, Stepheni Curran Rock Painting Event (3/10): Join children’s book author Stepheni Curran for a special book signing and rock painting event at the Neenah Public Library Saturday, March 10th at 10:00 am. Stepheni
Neenah, The Crack Up (3/2): Bridgewood Entertainment Series Presents: THE CRACK UP! Join us for this awesome, live event featuring comedian Brian Green, Nathan Scott Ford, and the Dueling Pianos on Friday, March 2.
Neillsville, Sweaty Yeti Winter Festival (2/23 - 2/25): Yeti Fest is a weekend of fat tire fun, winter camping and typical Wisconsin winter frolicking in the snow. Winter camping Fri and Saturday nights at the Levis Mound trail head or remote sites.
New London, Beer & Wine Tasting (2/24): You're invited to the 11th Annual New London Chamber of Commerce Beer & Wine Tasting. Sample a variety of regional & international beers, as well as unique wines and other beverages.
New London, Launching the Mission: Be The Change (3/3): Launching the Mission: Be the Change for Mission of Hope House event will consist of a social hour, dinner, entertainment, program, raffles, and auction. Come support Mission of Hope House!
New London, Spring Womens Retreat (3/3): “Ruth: Gospel of Grace” Take time to relax, to make new friends, to worship, and to draw closer to God. Join us as we discover more about Ruth.
New Richmond, String Art Class at The Nest Egg (2/23): In this two hour class, you will create a one-of-a-kind string art. This piece of home decor made by you can be perfect anywhere in your home, or even as a gift!
New Richmond, The Pickled Beats at Hanks (2/23): We are so excited to have The Pickled Beats up at Hanks Bar for the first time ever! Please come out and enjoy the beautiful music they play and sing!!
Oconomowoc, Barrel Fest (3/10): For those of you who know, see ya there. For those of you who don't, we are taking all of our lines, and they are all going to be barrel-aged.
Ogema, Sportsmens Expo & Wild Game Feed (2/24): The Northern Outdoorsmen for Christ (NOC) invite you join them for their 10th annual Free Wild Game Feed and Sportsmen’s Expo including 20 vendors, a display of mounts, a seminar with guest speaker, a
Ogema, Timms Hill Trudge (3/3): Annual snowshoe race/walk on a 3-mile or 7-mile course at Timm's Hill, Wisconsin's highest geographical point.
Omro, Stamping - Stamp Camp (2/25): Make FIVE all occasions cards for $10 or a minimum order during SALEABRATION! Rsvp is REQUIRED before Noon on Saturday 2/24
Onalaska, Rockin out Hunger 2018 (3/10): Are you ready to rock??!! Join us at Stoney Creek for the 7th Annual ROCKIN OUT HUNGER concert to benefit The Hunger Task Force, your Free and Local food bank!
Oregon, Elephant & Piggie Party! (3/3): Celebrate the 5th year of Oregon Library’s 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program with Elephant & Piggie along with local children's musician Eliza Tyksinski!
Oshkosh, 8th Annual Night at the Race (2/24):
Come one, come all!! Plan on attending a fun filled evening with live aution items, silent aution items, food, fun, ganmes, and of course some horse racing!!
Oshkosh, Battle on Bago (2/23 - 2/24): Battle on Bago is the Mid-West's largest ice fishing tournament and family fishing event of the year. Enjoy a fish fry on the ice, live music and more than $270,000 in cash and prizes.
Oshkosh, Echoes of the Past Historic Trade Fair (2/24 - 2/25): The Midwest's original and largest indoor trade fairs. Highlighting the early American way of life showcasing merchants, craftsmen, military and civilians.
Oshkosh, LAPF Presents: Lip Sync or Swim 2018 (3/10): Dust off those mics, it's time again for LIP SYNC OR SWIM! This is one of 2 annual fundraisers for Like a Prayer Foundation. It is FREE to compete!
Oshkosh, Replay! (2/18 - 5/13): Flashback to the 80s. A time when blockbuster movies, cable networks, and video games reigned. The golden era where superheroes and supervillains ruled.
Oshkosh, Rooms of Blooms (3/1 - 3/4): Rooms of Blooms celebrates the art of floral design within the exquisite settings of the historic Paine estate.
Park Falls, Mens Sport & Health Expo (2/25): The event is sponsored by the Flambeau Hospital, Marshfield Clinic, Price County Health Dept., Ministry Health Care, Lions Club, Chiropractic Health Services, and other health related groups.
Pewaukee, Water Park Day (3/9): We're off school, so let's head to the water park for some fun! Watch the newsletter for details and to pre-order your wristbands.
Phillips, Shake the Lake (3/3): Get your family and friends together and participate in the 5th annual Kickball Tournament for trophies; plus a beer drinking trophy; noon kickoff; pre-register at Polish Palace.
Pleasant Prairie, Paint & Sip Event for Kindred Kitties (3/11): The talented artists at Pinot’s Palette will walk us through the project step-by-step so everyone leaves with their own masterpiece!
Plymouth, Detour (3/10): Detour is a young, fresh, Milwaukee based cover band, putting a twist on all your favorite songs from the 70's through today!
Poynette, Best Practice at The Head Inn (3/3): BP is excited to announce our debut at Poynette’s place to party—The Head Inn! Grab your friends and join us for a night of rock, country, and great times!
Prairie Du Chien, MFB Bowling Tourney (3/3): Please join us on March 3rd at Leisure Time Sportsbar & Bowl. Looking forward to seeing you there
Racine, A Comedy of Tenors (2/23 - 3/11): One hotel suite, four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans. What could possibly go wrong?
Racine, Be A Hero To A Kid (3/9): NEW This year... we are hosting a Shop While You Sip event. Come taste the wine and shop with our partners.
Racine, TFF - Kung Fu Grips / Squad 51 (3/3): We were asked to help out . Thoughts for Food is a food bank.A musical benefit for the Racine County Foodbank. One ticket for all 15 venues. 50+ bands!
Racine, The Racine Home Expo (2/24 - 2/25): See the best in home remodeling projects and services - both indoors and outdoors! The 34th Annual Home Expo Show features dozens of displays and experts at Festival Hall, 5 Fifth St. Presented by the
Racine, Volunteers for Brewfest! (3/3): Looking for volunteers for Belle City Brewfest! For each volunteer, VOW receives a donation! Volunteer must stay 12pm-5pm. Don't miss out! Working at the Belle City Brewfest is an absolute blast!
Reedsburg, Vintage Shop Hop Reedsburg (3/2 - 3/3): Make us your destination!! We are one of 400 shops participating throughout Wisconsin and Illinois!
Richland Center, driftless area deer classic (2/24): driftless area deer classic
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Rothschild, 19th Annual Blues Cafe (3/10): The Great Northern Blues Society sponsors the areas Best show of the Winter to kick spring off with a Bang. 5 Great Bands - One low price. $20 in advance at WWW.GNBS.ORG
Rothschild, Drop Dead Disco- A Murder Mystery Dinner (2/24): Mosinee Community Theatre presents our third annual Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraiser: DROP DEAD DISCO at The Stoney Creek Inn Hotel and Conference Center!
Rothschild, Wausau Area Builders Association Home Show (2/23 - 2/25): This annual Wausau Area Builders Association Home Show. Demolition, home design, plumbing, windows...everything you need from building supply vendors to contractors, demonstrations and workshops.
Salem, Cat Bed Charity Sewing (3/3): Help us clear out all the scraps we've been collecting by stuffing little beds for our local cat shelters. Bring your sewing machine, or just yourself (we need scrap-checkers).
Saukville, Maple Sugarin For Fun and Profit (2/24): Even with just a few trees, you can make enough syrup for gifts for friends and family. Learn how to identify and tap a maple; collect and boil down the sap; and how to finish off and bottle the syrup
Saukville, Tapping The Sugar Bush (2/24): Help us prepare for the sugarin’ season by tapping the maple trees in Riveredge’s sugar bush.
Schofield, 22nd Annual CCPC Mission Auction and Dinner (3/3): Please join us for an evening of FUN, FELLOWSHIP, and BIDDING. With thousands of pairs of shoes, the silent auction begins at 3:00pm and Dinner will be served from 4:00pm- 5:30pm.
Seymour, Nerf War Night (3/3): Please join us on March 3rd at Seymour Assembly of God. Looking forward to seeing you there
Sheboygan, Ancestry.com Genealogy Class (2/24): Genealogy class dealing with the use of Ancestry.com. We'll cover everything from signing up, fees, research, using it for family trees, etc. Great for beginners to experts.
Sheboygan, Books On Tap (3/3): Join us on Saturday March 3, 2018 at 5 PM at the 3 Sheeps Brewing Company Taproom for Books On Tap, a fundraiser for Bookworm.
Sheboygan, Meet the Pups- Sheboygan (2/24): Our photographer will be there to capture photos that will be posted 1 week after the event for you to print & share. Parents are welcome to take their own photos as well.
Solon Springs, Warriors Ride 2018 (3/3): Warriors ride 2018! You can sign up for raffle tickets, pre-order clothing, etc. all at Paul’s. We are the first stop!
Spooner, Puzzle Contest (3/10): Sign up your team of 4 adults by March 1, at the library, or by sending us a Facebook message. You need a great team name, a contact person and 4 team members.
Stevens Point, Big Impact Team - Point Bock Run (3/3): We’re gathering a group to join us in taking a bus to Stevens Point Brewery for their annual Point Bock Run March 3rd.
Stevens Point, EgoCon Sci-Fi Fantasy Gaming Event (3/10): Gaming, dealers, demonstrations, vendors, charity auction. Don't forget your Jayne hat! Evening games until 11pm.
Stevens Point, Point Bock Run (3/3): Central Wisconsin's Premier road race for runners of all abilities. Start and Finish at the brewery. Flat and fast 5-mile out and back course. Professionally chip timed. Registration limited to the fi
Stoughton, The 13th Annual Quilting Camp (3/3): The Quilting Camp is for 4-H members (girls and boys) currently enrolled in the clothing or quilting project (5th grade through 12th grade) and who are accompanied by an adult helper with some sewing
Sturgeon Bay, Leash Manners: Don’t get dragged around! (2/24): Learning to walk nicely on a lead does NOT come naturally. Join training expert, Hope Blueberry from Hopeful Paws Dog Training will teach you and 'Buster' to enjoy your walks together.
Sturtevant, ShamROCK the House (3/10): Join the House of Harley at Route 20 as we ShamROCK the House to benefit Rock Central Music School.
Sun Prairie, Vintage Shop Hop Tour (3/2 - 3/3): The 5th Annual Vintage Shop Hop is a self-guided day to any number of the almost 400 participating VINTAGE shops & BOUTIQUES throughout northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.
Suring, Winter Family Day (2/24): Spend the day in our winter wonderland with cross-country skiing, sledding, snowshoeing, ice skating, boot hockey, and more. Warm up by the fire with s'mores and a cup of hot cocoa.
Union Grove, American Legion Riders Spaghetti Dinner (3/3): American Legion Riders Annual Spaghetti Dinner. Saturday, March 3, 2018. $10 All You Can Eat, includes bread, salad and dessert. Kids under 5 eat FREE.
Verona, Varsity vs. Alumni Polo Game (2/24 - 2/25): Please come out to watch our varsity team take on some UW club alumni for a fun filled day! There will be two games, spectators are welcome (and encouraged) at either!
Verona, Winter Indulgence (2/23): Wine, Spirits and Beer samplings along with food from Sugar River Pizza Company - Verona, 4 Sisters Tapas Restaurant - Verona and Fisher King.
Watertown, Wishing I Was There-Paint Night (2/24): Open to all skill levels!! Whether you already love to paint or are trying something new, you are sure to enjoy this step by step, instructional class that will guide you towards your masterpiece.
Waukesha, Intuition 101 (2/24): Start the new year off embracing and delving into your intuition. It is something to be embraced, not feared. It is a gift we’re all born with and all have.
Waukesha, Waukesha Art Crawl (3/3): 175 artisans at 20 galleries and showplaces are featured at this seasonal event, walk the downtown streets to discover your next artistic treasure.
Waunakee, Can’t Stop Dancin’! (2/23): Don’t miss the nationally renowned Wisconsin Singers as it celebrates 50 years of excellence; this year’s show is the best one yet!
Waupaca, Dueling Pianos (3/3): A one-of-a-kind musical experience, featuring pianists on face-to-face Grand Pianos, performing rock n’ roll hits from the 1950’s to present day, driven by audience request.
Waupaca, Trophies of Grace Sportsmans Dinner (2/24): 25 of the largest white-tailed deer harvested in North America will be on display. Presentations on taxidermy, DNR, Centershot -- Youth Archery Program and more!
Waupaca, WDUX Home Show (3/9 - 3/10): This annual event showcases home and building projects.
Waupun, Succulent Painting Party (2/23): No painting experience necessary! We'll lead you step by step. $30 includes all supplies to complete a 16x20 canvas for you to take home that night.
Waupun, Waupun YFC Bowl-a-Thon (3/3): Join us in a fun time filled with fellowship and laughter as together we raise funds for continued ministry.
Wausau, Abby & Luke (2/24): Abby is a hometown talent who has been playing guitar and singing since she was 12. Join her and Lucas Kasten on Saturday, February 24th starting at 9 PM!
See you there!
Wausau, Candlelight Snowshoe/Hike (3/3): There will be hot chocolate, hot cider, and special goodies, as well as marshmallows to roast around the campfire. Donations to cover costs are welcome.
Wausau, Family Festival Weekend (3/3 - 3/5): A weekend of festivities at Granite Peak Ski Area. Package includes: 2 nights lodging and 2 days of lift tickets for a family of four.
Wausau, Hand Picked Bluegrass (2/23): Please join us on February 23rd at The Great Dane Pub and Brewing Co. - Wausau. Looking forward to seeing you there
Wausau, My Friend Eric Rohmann (3/3 - 5/27): Award-winning artist Eric Rohmann takes center stage in this retrospective exhibition featuring artwork in various mediums — oil, watercolor, and relief printing.
Wauwatosa, Vegan & Friends - Essentially Vegan Communal Meal (3/4): Essentially Vegan with some no vegan fares served on a Communal Meal style. Dishes are passed among the guests creating a sense of community.We will have two seating ( 11:30am and 1.30PM)
West Allis, Friedens- Paper or Plastic (3/3): Celebrating our 40th year as a local nonprofit, Friedens is committed to individuals whose basic food needs are not being met.
West Allis, Milwaukee Comic Con (2/24): The Milwaukee Comic Con will feature over 300 artist tables, vendor booths, and special guests.
West Allis, Milwaukee RV Show (3/1 - 3/4): Displays and sales of a wide range of recreational vehicles including pop-up campers, travel trailers, 5th wheels and motorhomes.
West Allis, Rising Phoenix (3/2): RISING PHOENIX is a High Energy Rock Band from Central Wisconsin that plays 70's and 80's Rock; boasting some of The Very Best Seasoned Veteran Musicians from the state of Wisconsin.
West Allis, Winter Pow Wow (3/10 - 3/11): Traditional American Indian Pow Wow dancing, drumming and singing to include the general public during intertribal dances.
West Allis, World Of Wheels, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (2/23): The Get Hot will be performing at the World Of Wheels! Come see some amazing rides and get your groove on too. This is going to be fun!
Whitefish Bay, Annual Art & Wine Event (2/24): Join in some midwinter fun at this year's Art & Wine event taking place Saturday, February 24th in Donovan Hall.
Whitefish Bay, Voices & Strings (3/11): Please join us on March 11th at St Monica Parish. Looking forward to seeing you there
Wisconsin Dells, Battle Ready Rally (2/24): Free event. Lunch provided by Our Lady of the Dells Knights of Columbus Council. Men from 9:00am to 2:00pm. Wives and children may attend closing at 2:15pm to 3:00pm.
Wisconsin Rapids, 2018 Gymnastics Meet (3/2 - 3/3): The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association 2018 Gymnastics Meet will be held at the Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln Fieldhouse on Friday and Saturday, March 2-3, 2018.
Wisconsin Rapids, State Gymnastics Tournament (3/2 - 3/3): Annual State Gymnastics Tournament. This event will be involving teams from across the state. Friday Session (Team Championships), Saturday Session (Individual Championships).