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Editor's Choice Events for Wisconsin
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Milwaukee, Gift of Wings Family Kite Festival 2017 (5/27 - 5/28): The Fast Track Oil Centers Grand Launch of 500 kites will take place at noon. The Kaplan University Kids Mad Dash will take place at around 2:00 pm

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Cedarburg, Maxwell Street Days 2017 (5/28): A Cedarburg Volunteer Fire Department tradition for more than 40 years, there are four Maxwell Street Days per year.

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Milwaukee, STEM Day with Marquette University and Dreams Soar (5/27): Join us for a day of fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities, presented by Marquette University College of Engineering and Dreams Soar.

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Baileys Harbor, Door County Festival of Nature (5/25 - 5/28): For nature enthusiasts, there’s no time of year quite as exciting as spring. And in spring, there’s no place like Door County.

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Antigo, Antigo Wisconsin Flea Market (5/26): Old fashioned Country Flea Market! Antiques, Collectibles, Country Furniture, Old Fishing Items, Crafts, and more!

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Summit Lake, Angell Park Flea Market (5/28): ANGELL PARK FLEA MARKET -- NEXT FLEA MARKET SUNDAY MAY 28TH 1st Sunday once each month. MAY THRU OCTOBER 8am to 3pm. Rain or Shine........Covered Pavilion Hwy. 19 and County N, on the South sid

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Fifield, Lawn Mower Races (5/28): Time trials are one hour before races. Six classes - IMOW, AP, SP, STOCK, BP, and FX plus kids classes; Two races - 12 hp stock and 12 hp modified; trophies for top five places; concessions will be av

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Spooner, Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Day (5/27): There will be live music and a canoe and wooden boat show in front of this former grain elevator turned museum, plus museum tours and open house in the museum exhibit hall, ongoing activities in the c

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Wausau, Badger State Games Archery Event (6/10 - 6/11): Badger State Games Archery Event: Compete for Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals. See website for details.

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Abbotsford, Outdoor Craft & Flea Market (6/2 - 6/4): We offer a great variety of items for sale. We will also have food and beverage for sale. This event will run rain or shine.

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Algoma, BrewVino Roast (6/10): BrewVino Roast (formerly Meet the Makers): Beer and Wine Tasting featuring test batches and unique blends created by our wine and beer making teams.

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Algoma, Working Pots II (6/2): The Opening for our Annual Juried Utilitarian Ceramics Exhibition: Working Pots. This year our juror is Birdie Boone.

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Amery, Amery Trails Day & Airport Fly-In (6/2 - 6/3): Hiking event on Stower 7 Lakes Trail. Pancake breakfast 7-11, silent auction and bake sale.

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Amery, Sawdust Savvy on the Patio (5/25): Join us for the first-ever "Sawdust Savvy on the Patio" at UW WANDEROOS BAR AND GRILL! Enjoy crafting a Custom Wood Sign on the patio with your friends!

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Amery, Stower Seven Lakes State Trail Triathlon (6/10): Tri-athlon which includes a 3 mile run, a 12 mile road bike ride, and a canoe/kayak paddle, which will encompass 3 lakes in the area.

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Amery, Taste of Glenna Farms (6/10): Come to our farm and enjoy wine tasting, cheese sampling, and gourmet food sampling.

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Antigo, Antigo Wisconsin Flea Market (5/26): Old fashioned Country Flea Market! Antiques, Collectibles, Country Furniture, Old Fishing Items, Crafts, and more!

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Appleton, Flag Day Parade (6/10): The 67th Annual Appleton Flag Day Parade. Celebrate America with bands, floats and other displays at the nation's oldest Flag Day Parade. Check the website for information on the route.

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Appleton, Juneteenth Festival (6/11): Juneteenth is the oldest national program commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. We are delighted that the Fox Cities is home to such a memorable Freedom program.

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Appleton, NITELITE Presents Spend The Night With Alice Cooper (6/7): Welcomed by 105.7 WAPL Alice Cooper pioneered a grandly theatrical brand of hard rock that was designed to shock.

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Appleton, Packer Celebrity Softball Game with Jordy Nelson (6/3): Fans can get tickets a week ahead of that date by purchasing a special four-game ticket package that includes tickets to any three Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.

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Appleton, Sam I Am 5.0 Run/Walk for the Cure (5/27): Join us on May 27th, 2017 at Plamann Park to help raise money and awareness for Neurofibromatosis!

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Appleton, Stone Arch Sessions: The Belle Weather (5/30): Stone Arch Sessions presents an evening with The Belle Weather. Doors open at 5pm - $5 suggested donation at the door.

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Appleton, Tony Bennett (5/27): Tony Bennett, full name Anthony Dominick Benedetto, is a musical icon and legend. Originally from Astoria in Queens, New York, USA, he is famous for singing show tunes, jazz and traditional pop.

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Appleton, WIAA State Spring Baseball Tournament (6/13 - 6/15): Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association high school boy's baseball state championship. Divisions 1 through 4 will compete for the High School State Baseball Championship.

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Baileys Harbor, Door County Festival of Nature (5/25 - 5/28): For nature enthusiasts, there’s no time of year quite as exciting as spring. And in spring, there’s no place like Door County.

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Baldwin, June Bug Days (6/7 - 6/10): Annual community event celebrating the start of summer! Live music, community dinner, softball tournament, pony rides, mini-rod pull, garage sale, Fun Run, car show, parade and Coronation!

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Balsam Lake, Customer Appreciation/Community Social 2017 (5/27): Please join us for another fun filled Customer Appreciation Day! The grills and the wood fired pizza oven will be going to provide a fabulous lunch and drinks while you shop!

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Baraboo, Circus of Chefs... The Gala 2017 (6/11): The annual event features over 30 exceptional chefs, vintners and brewmasters from the finest restaurants, wineries, breweries and bakeries in the Madison, Baraboo, Prairie du Sac, and Lake Delton/Wis

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Baraboo, Southern Wisconsin ATHS Truck Expo & Show (6/2 - 6/3): Annual Truck Expo & Show hosted by the Southern Wisconsin Chapter of the American Truck Historical Society. All trucks welcome: old, new, working and show trucks!

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Baraboo, Zoo Crew Day (6/4): Annual fundraiser for Baraboo's Ochsner Park and Zoo: Food and refreshments Children’s games and activities, live music, arts/crafts fair and more!

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Bayfield, Bayfield Garden Tour (6/3): Visitors will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the plants at 20 of Bayfield’s finest gardens.

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Bayfield, Traditional Blessing of the Fleet (6/11): History comes to life with the traditional Blessing Ceremony: commercial fishing boats, tugs, powerboats, sailboats, excursion and transportation craft, and rowboats parade through Bayfield's City Har

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Beaver Dam, Great Beaver Paddle Fest (6/10): The public is invited to participate in the Second Annual " Great Beaver Paddle Festival" which will be held at Beaver Dam Lake.

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Brillion, BrillionFest (6/9 - 6/10): Friday-famous electric light street parade at 9pm; Sat - History House special exhibit 9am-12pm along with other family-friendly activities. Rummage sales all weekend.

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Brillion, Essential Oils 101 (5/25): You've seen them all over town, but what's the deal? Do they work? What's the difference? How do I use them and WHY do I care?

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Brookfield, Annual bike night and open house (6/1): This our summer sports open house. Food will be served, FM102.1 will be on site broadcasting live...

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Burlington, B-Town Sounds Concert Series (6/8): B-Town Sounds is a free family event that showcases live music, fosters a connection between Burlington business, its residents, and surrounding communities. Bring your chairs, food and favorite bever

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Burlington, Grand Opening (6/1): Please come and join us on June 1st at Platinum Salon & Spa. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Burlington, Rustic Fair (6/11): Rustic Fair at Rustic Falls is back for our 7th annual old-fashioned country fair, an afternoon filled with activities for friends and families on June 11.

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Cable, Caribbean Cocktail Cookout (5/28): Splash into Summer with a Caribbean Rum Tasting and Lakeside Cookout at Lakewoods!

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Cable, Empowered in the Northwoods - A Girls Weekend (6/9 - 6/11): A weekend just for the ladies! Get away to the serene north woods with your best gals for a weekend all about you! We'll have several activities and special guests to make this weekend one to remember

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Cable, Mt Borah Epic (6/3): In 2013, the inaugural event raised over $6,500 for CAMBA as they continue to build their world-renowned trail system.

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Cable, Rumble On The Lake (6/3): Motorcycle Ride around Lake Namakagon. Live music, great food and raffles. $20 minimum donation. All proceeds benefit St. Judes Children's Hospital.

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Cadott, Lake Wissota Lions Golf Classic (6/9): Lake Wissota Lions Golf Classic at Whispering Pines Golf Course in Cadott. 5-Person Scramble, 18 Holes w/2 carts, lunch, steak dinner included.

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Cambridge, Bike & Art Night (6/2): Join us for a special evening of Bikes & Art to raise money for the development of the new CamRock Bike Park!

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Cashton, Monroe County Dairy Breakfast (6/3): A breakfast of ham, egg and cheese omelet, toast, pancakes, coffee cake, cookies, cheese, Culver's custard sundaes, milk and coffee will be served.

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Catawba, All Schools Reunion (6/10): A potluck meal at noon begins the festivities, followed by an informal program which has in the past included displays of photos of the 12 rural school houses, a storyteller, and audience participatio

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Catawba, Lumbermans Day (6/10): 4K fun run/walk, reg. 8am, starts at 9am; parade (10:30am), concessions (11am), historic town hall museum open; bean bag, horseshoe & volleyball tournaments.

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Cedarburg, Maxwell Street Days 2017 (5/28): A Cedarburg Volunteer Fire Department tradition for more than 40 years, there are four Maxwell Street Days per year.

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Chilton, Art on the Farm (6/3): Stop by the farm and see artists at work.

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Chippewa Falls, Learn to Fish (6/3): Learn to fish at Marshall Park in Chippewa Falls across from Irvine Park. A free fishing event for the whole family. Free bait, casting lessons and prizes.

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Chippewa Falls, Murph (5/29): Donation based class benefiting the Michael P. Murphy Foundation.

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Chippewa Falls, Paint the Town Up and Down Fine Art Faire (6/9 - 6/10): The Valley Art Association, the Heyde Center for the Arts and the Chippewa Falls Main Street businesses are teaming up to bring the annual juried fine art fair to the Chippewa Valley.Also includes mus

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Columbus, Medium Jonna Kay Presents Dinner and Spirits (5/30): Magic happens when elements collide! Bistro Racian and Medium Jonna Kay are making magic! Food and Spirits!

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Conover, F for Effort (5/27): We're looking forward to a fantastic summer here at Dublin! To kick it off we have an awesome punk / pop rock band playing here Memorial Day weekend.

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Cudahy, Bodysnatcher, (5/29): Hometown Melbourne, FL

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Cudahy, Extortionist Band (5/29): Founded in 2013.

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Cudahy, Hed (5/23): Originally based in Huntington Beach, CA, (Hed) p.e. was founded in 1994 by frontman Jahred, whose goal was to fuse the region's long-standing punk rock heritage with G-funk-inflected hip-hop.

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Cudahy, La Armada (6/1): In 2007, after making a tough but groundbreaking decision to leave a land where even DIY culture is a commodity and very limited platforms existed to present their music, the band decided to relocate

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Cudahy, Lords of the Trident (5/28): Fang VonWrathenstein was born when a volcano containing metal and steel erupted at the beginning of time. His one and only mission: create the most metal band in the world.

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Cudahy, Lorna Shore (5/29): A four piece metal band reigning from the beautiful state of New Jersey.

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Cudahy, Motograter (5/23): Motograter was formed in 1995 and is most well known for their namesake instrument the “Motograter”, a mysterious contraption designed with industrial cable, guitar pieces, and other components, to cr

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Cudahy, The Impressions (5/29): The Impressions originally formed in 1958 in Chicago.

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Curtiss, Abbotsford Dairy Breakfast (6/4): 29th Annual Abbotsford Dairy Breakfast. Serving pancakes, maple syrup, sausage, juice, coffee, variety of cheese, white or chocolate milk, and ice cream. Live polka music with Mr. Concertina!

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De Forest, Dragon Art Fair (6/3): 13th Anniversary of the Dragon Art Fair offering the hand-crafted works of more than 100 artists.

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De Pere, Volunteer for the Celebrate De Pere Parade (5/29): This year's Celebrate De Pere Parade is on Monday, May 29 at 10am. Participants of all ages are welcome. Parents, if your kids need strollers, that's not a problem.

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Deerfield, GRABAAWR (6/10 - 6/17): We will again be offering transportation service for you, your baggage, and your bicycle from Prairie du Chien to Eagle River on Sat. June 10th before the start of the tour.

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Delafield, Party in the Park (6/3): Join us for our opening fundraising concert. Entertainment will be provided by Funhouse.

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Dodgeville, Healthy Hoedown Barn Dances (6/3): 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.

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Dodgeville, Hops4Hope Brewfest (Helping Others Persevere Everywhere) (6/3): We are very excited to announce our 2nd annual Brewfest-Hops4Hope Brewfest (Helping Others Persevere Everywhere).

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Dodgeville, Lions Club Antique Show and Flea Market (6/11): Come for all the beautiful antique and great flea market finds! Lots of vendors every year, so don’t miss it! Admission is $3.

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Dousman, Whale-Tales Golf Outing (5/27): The one time a year being in the woods is not ideal. Its back, the Whale-Tales Golf Outing! Really good at golf... great, not good at golf... awesome.

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Durand, Durand FUNFEST (6/9 - 6/11): 54th annual festival featuring great music, carnival, food, grand parade and much more! Durand Funfest is a subcommittee of the Durand Improvement Group.

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Durand, Fresh Art Tour: Spring 2017 (6/2 - 6/4): Discover quaint river towns, enjoy the plethora of wildflowers and meet the artists. All studios will have one-of-a-kind works of art for sale.

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Eagle River, Fishing Has No Boundaries (6/2 - 6/4): Fishing Has No Boundaries offers the opportunity for those with disabilities to experience the world of fishing.

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Eagle River, Spring Classic of Champions Musky Tournament (6/10 - 6/11): Annual Spring Classic Musky Fishing Tournament of the Eagle River chain of lakes.

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Eagle River, Up North Beerfest (6/10): Enjoy beer from some of the Midwest's finest breweries under the big tents...rain or shine.

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Eagle, 1870s Base Ball Game (6/10): The striker is at the line, the ball is pitched – underhanded – and a daisy-cutter is muffed by the fielder.

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East Troy, Womans Club of East Troy Art & Artisan Craft Fair (6/10): The 42nd annual event features pottery, wood crafts, jewelry, fabric arts, paintings and photography. Enjoy food and bakery as you browse our Historic Square. Free admission.

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Eau Claire, Bacon, Beer, & Bloody Fest (6/2): Please come and join us on June 2nd at Milwaukee Burger Company- Eau Claire. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Eau Claire, Blue Ox Music Festival (6/8 - 6/10): The Blue Ox Music Festival presents the biggest concert the upper Midwest has seen of this kind.

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Eau Claire, Eau Claire County Breakfast in the Valley (6/9): Mark your calendars for this annual event, organized by the Breakfast in the Valley Committee of the Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce, which celebrates the importance of agriculture in our local economy

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Eau Claire, Kentons Place Presents Date Night (5/27): Ok, let's face it. As parents it is near impossible to get a night out together. Arranging daycare, planning where to go what you will do and what to wear..

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Eau Claire, Star Wars Trivia and Painting (studio) (5/23): Please come and join us on May 23rd at The Paint Shack LLC. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Elkhart Lake, Elkhart Lake International Triathlon (6/10): Compete with (or observe) hundreds of well-trained athletes at Elkhart Lake's triathlon. The Olympic distance event will include 1 mile swim, 25 mile bike, and 6.2 mile run.

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Elkhart Lake, MotoAmerica Series Presents The Championship at Road America (6/2 - 6/4): The fast and flowing 4-mile natural road course at Road America will serve as the theater of war for the MotoAmerica Series presents the Championship at Road America featuring the Motul Superbike Doub

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Elkhart Lake, Sunset Cruise Road America (5/27): Here's an opportunity to see Road America from the driver's seat. Your own driver's seat, as you experience the entire 4-mile racecourse in your vehicle.

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Elkhorn, Movies in the Park - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (5/26): Join us for our Movies in the Park series, featuring Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, sponsored by Walworth County Public Health Department. All movies start at dusk.

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Evansville, Cruise Night (6/1): Enjoy viewing the sweetest rides that come cruising into town for Cruise Night! It's a family atmosphere here with proud owners, wishful wanna-be-owners and everyone who appreciates great, classic car

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Fennimore, Fun Fest & Flea Market (6/2 - 6/3): Games for the kids, kick ball tournaments begins Friday night concluding with fireworks.

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Fifield, Lawn Mower Races (5/28): Time trials are one hour before races. Six classes - IMOW, AP, SP, STOCK, BP, and FX plus kids classes; Two races - 12 hp stock and 12 hp modified; trophies for top five places; concessions will be av

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Fish Creek, 600-Gallon Native Fish Tank (6/3): Stop by the Nature Center any time during open hours to check out the giant fish tank!

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Fitchburg, Festa Italia (6/2 - 6/4): Hosted by the Italian Workmen's Club, this annual event features Italian food, Italian culture, live entertainment, a bocce tournament, a spaghetti-eating contest, and a carnival.

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Fitchburg, Promega Art Showcase (3/7 - 5/26): The Promega Spring Art Showcase presents ‘Native Art Evolving’ featuring three Native American artists and an artist of Mestizo heritage from Southern California.

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Fond Du Lac, Art on the Island (6/4): A family event set in the heart of Lakeside Park. Featuring a variety of fine artists including woodworking, pottery, glass, painting, photography, jewelry, garden art and more.

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Fond Du Lac, Birky Challenge (6/3): There are 3 routes to choose from, 67, 40, and 20 miles, All routes start and finish at the same location, 1596 4th St Rd (Grace Christian Church).

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Fond Du Lac, Retired Stamp/Scrap Sale! Launch event (5/26 - 5/27): many items reduced 30-50% off to make room for new catalog items coming! Stamp sets, dies, embossing folders, punches, designer papers, ribbons, miscellaneous items, handmade cards! Free gift if yo

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Fond Du Lac, Walleye Weekend (6/9 - 6/11): Fond du Lac's largest free family festival includes all-day fun, including live music on several stages, children's entertainment and activities, sports tournaments, exhibits and much more!

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Fort Atkinson, 1901 Water Tower Open Houses and Tours (6/3): 1901 Water Tower Open Houses and Tours are held the first Saturday of the month through October. (weather permitting). Other tours are available by appointment.

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Fort Atkinson, Dairy Day at the MOOseum (6/3): A celebration of all things dairy! Learn about the dairy industry—both past and present—from the cow to the final products of cheese, yogurt, and milk.

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Fort Atkinson, Foster House Tours (6/3): Step inside the historic 1841 Foster House to see how 19th century Fort Atkinson residents lived, and learn about how the community grew.

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Fort Mccoy, Fort McCoy Mud Assault (6/10): The Fort McCoy Mud Assault race is about 5K in distance and has over 25 obstacles and mud pits. The Mud Assault is challenging for both amateurs and skilled athletes.

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Fountain City, Raptors by Family (5/28): Students will explore these unique adaptations through games and by meeting three live raptors.

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Frederic, Frederic Lions Classic Bike Race (6/10): 26-Mile Time Trial. Age Group Awards. Camping the night before and Showers after the race.

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Germantown, Relay for Life of Quarry Communities (6/2): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Grafton, 2017 PWSB Color Blast (6/6): This is a fun, family event for all. Join us in coming together to kick off the start of summer. Our PWSB Color Blast is a non- timed/non-competitive, approximately 1 mile run or walk event where part

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Granton, Granton Dairy Breakfast (6/4): Pancakes, eggs, cheese curds, ice cream, juice, milk, coffee, and applesauce.

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Grantsburg, Big Gust Days (6/3 - 6/4): Grantsburg, home of "Big Gust," celebrates this legendary 7'6" village marshall of the early 1900's with an annual community-wide garage sale.

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Green Bay, 21 Gun Salute (5/29): On Memorial Day Better Body Fitness wants to invite you to join us as we honor our fallen heroes with our annual "21 Gun Salute" This workout is open to ALL fitness levels...

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Green Bay, After 5 at The Bottle Room (5/23): The Bottle Room is dedicated to creating a relaxing environment for those passionate about great wine and craft beer.

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Green Bay, BayCare Clinic Century (6/3): Join us for the first BayCare Clinic Century Bayshore to Lakeshore bike ride. It'll feature 100-, 60- and 20-mile courses through scenic Brown, Kewaunee and Door counties.

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Green Bay, Celtic Woman: Voices of Angels (6/10): Multi-platinum international music sensation Celtic Woman presents VOICES OF ANGELS a captivating new show for 2017.

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Green Bay, Green Bay Botanical Garden - Garden Fair (6/2 - 6/4): Garden Fair features over 100 vendors of garden plants, garden art, landscaping ideas, accessories, gardening demonstrations and presentations, live music and food.

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Green Bay, Green Bay May Pub Run (5/30): Join us at Hagemeister Park for our May Pub Run. Saucony will be joining us with shoes to try out!

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Green Bay, Heritage Hill - Music on the Green (6/12): Pack a picnic supper, a blanket or lawn chairs, bring your family and friends to enjoy a delightful, free evening of music. Concessions are available.

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Green Bay, Memorial Day Murph WOD (5/29): Memorial Day we will have the Murph WOD. Gym doors will open at 8:30AM to get in and warm up. We will START the WOD at 9AM so be ready.

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Green Bay, Memorial Weekend Murph wod (5/27): We will be honoring him with the "MURPH" WOD for time, 1 mile Run, 100 Pull-ups, 200 Push-ups, 300 Squats and 1 mile run……in a 20 lb vest or body armor.

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Green Bay, Trees Yoga at Leatherhead (FREE BEER) (5/27): We will be hosting an hour long yoga class every 2nd and 4th Saturday for $5/person and after the class enjoy a beer on us! Don't forget your yoga mat!

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Greenbush, Frank Lloyd Wrights Birthday Celebration (6/8): As part of Wade House historic site's year-long celebration of the life of Frank Lloyd Wright, the site will honor the legendary architect's birthday by unveiling one of Wright's carriages.

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Greenfield, Straw Bale Gardening (5/25): You may have heard about this popular growing trend and now is your chance to finally learn what this is all about.

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Hartford, Comedy Night: MKE Vs Chicago (6/2): Brew City and the Windy City square off in this night full of laughs! See Milwaukee comedian Mike Marvell and one of Chicago’s most popular stand-up acts, Brian Hicks, work the crowd and make you laug

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Hayward, Womens Mountain Biking Weekend (6/9 - 6/11): A a gathering of women from around the region to learn how to be better mountain bikers while enjoying each other’s company on and off the trails.

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Hortonville, Chocolate Fest (6/3): Join us for the Annual Chocolate Fest in Hortonville! Chocolate lovers will enjoy plenty of sweet treats from area vendors at the newly expanded Chocolate Village!

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Hudson, Art Along the Willow (6/4): Fine arts & crafts fair held in one of Wisconsin's prettiest state parks. Storytelling, children's craft area, train rides, and silent auction.

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Hudson, Art Along the Willow (6/4): Come and enjoy more than 40 Art and Craft Vendors, Kids activities, and concessions! Meet near the main picnic area and Nature Center.

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Hudson, Memorial Day Murph 2017 (5/29): Join us on Monday, May 29th at 10:00 AM to participate in The Murph Challenge 2017.

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Hurley, Memorial Weekend ATV/UTV Rally (5/25 - 5/28): The Memorial Weekend ATV/UTV Rally will continue the tradition of Hurley's kick off to the Summer Trail Riding Season !

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Iron River, Iron River Summerfest, Spider Lake Run, Town-Wide Rummage Sales, and Bike Ride (6/9 - 6/11): City Wide Rummage sales all weekend, the Iron River Firemen's Benefit Dance Saturday evening at the Iron River Community Center.

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Ixonia, Shearing Fun Day (6/4): Our Shearing Fun Day will prove to be a learning experience from seeing the sheep and lambs eating in the fields to seeing them get a “haircut.”

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Ixonia, Wonderous Wizards and Playful Pixies (6/11): Bring your wizards and pixies for a day of fun in and around our Enchanted Forest.

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Janesville, Family Fun Day & Market (6/11): Celebrate summer with live music, a farmers market and children's garden activities.

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Janesville, JFM Car & Tractor Show (5/27): We will be hosting a car / tractor show at the Janesville Farmers Market on May 27th in addition to our Saturday market.

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Janesville, Our Town (5/19 - 5/28): The Pulitzer Prize winning play by Thornton Wilder

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Janesville, TRUE Cycle: Charity Ride (5/24): Join us Saturday May 6th DOWNTOWN Janesville's first Charity Cycling Experience with TRUE Studio!!!

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Jefferson, Ladies Night Out (6/9): The Jefferson Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Ladies Night Out! The night will start here at the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce Office!

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Kendall, BIKE ME Fun Ride (6/2 - 6/3): Riding on the popularity of the 50th Anniversary Ride, you can now join us for our annual Bike Me Fun Ride in 2017!

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Kenosha, Bark For Life of Kenosha (6/11): The American Cancer Society Bark For Life is a noncompetitive walk event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society's fight against cancer.

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Kenosha, Good Old Summertime Art Fair (6/4): The Kenosha Art Association proudly announces the 42nd annual Good Old Summertime Art Fair. You will find exhibitors of fine arts and crafts, food booths, and music. It’s free to attend.

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Kenosha, Outta Sight Kite Flight Festival (6/3 - 6/4): Colorful kites will fill the sky above Kennedy Park for this 16th annual event. This family event is FREE to all, with FREE parking.

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Kenosha, Rebels and Redcoats Revolutionary War Reenactment (6/10 - 6/11): A Revolutionary War reenactment, with shopping, music, surgeons tent, battle re-enactments, tomahawk throwing and more!

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Kenosha, Salute to Freedom (6/10): The event typically includes artillery and cannon demos, live music, camp and cooking demos, field hospital and medical displays, civilian demos, and a bake sale.

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La Crosse, Artspire (6/9 - 6/10): Artspire La Crosse is an all-inclusive and free event that attracts, engages, and connects our diverse community through the experience of art.

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La Crosse, Disney’s Aladdin, Jr. (6/9 - 6/18): When Aladdin, a street urchin, finds a magic lamp he uses his wishes to become a prince in order to win the heart of the beautiful Princess Jasmine.

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La Crosse, From Paris to NYC (6/10): Symphony No. 31 in D Major, K. 297/Einstein 300a, “Paris” Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) and more.

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La Crosse, Memorial Day Murph (5/29): This year, as in years past at CrossFit La Crosse, we will be doing "Murph" on Memorial Day.

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La Crosse, Trempealeau / Federales (5/27): THE FEDERALES are an alt-country band that take a classic formula and modernize it. So, what do the songs sound like? They sound like heartache.

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La Crosse, Whitey Morgan and the 78s (6/8): Whitey Morgan is an American Honky Tonk artist from Flint, Michigan.

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La Farge, Twilight Paddle (6/8): The pond is a perfect place to learn basic canoeing and enjoy nature from a quiet craft! The water is calm and there is room to move around.

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Ladysmith, Northwoods Bluegrass Festival (6/9 - 6/10): Event is held indoors and can be opened to some outdoor space if the weather is good. Family friendly, no alcohol event.

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Lake Geneva, Geneva Lake Arts Foundation 15th Annual Paint-In (6/10 - 6/11): Artists from Wisconsin and Illinois paint on the streets of Lake Geneva.

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Lake Geneva, Lake Geneva Restaurant Week (6/2 - 6/11): Come to the lake to help us welcome summer with 10 days of delicious dining! Try new restaurants and return to your favorites for fabulous two & three course menus offered at $10 for lunch and $25/$35

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Lake Geneva, Timber Ridge Shopping Event (6/10): Come and shop with several of vendors

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Lake Geneva, Worship Night: Outpouring (5/31): Join us on May 31st @ 6:30 PM for a night of worship and a mini teaching where we will connect the dots between the Old and New testament celebrations of Pentecost.

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Lena, Oconto County Breakfast on the Farm (6/11): All you can eat scrambled eggs with cheese and ham, pancakes, sausages, yogurt, apple slices, cheese, milk, orange juice, ice cream sundaes, coffee and water.

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Madison, 100+ Women Who Care Madison (6/12): Please join us for the June night of giving at the brand new Noah's Event Venue! In just one hour, we will learn about three local charities and select one incredible recipient for our $10,000+ grant.

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Madison, 4-Pack of Fun Weekend (6/3 - 6/4): Wisconsin offers so many ways to enjoy the beautiful outdoors and natural resources.

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Madison, Amberstein, (6/3): The high energy original rock band from Milwaukee you've been looking for.

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Madison, Blue Tie Bash (5/25): Join us for a uniquely entertaining evening to support our research in urologic cancers and men’s health.

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Madison, Bubble Science (5/27): Visitors will play with large bubble wands and bubbles on the Rooftop Ramble. Explore the science of bubbles by blowing them, catching them, and mapping them in the wind.

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Madison, Cloud Cult (6/2): Cloud Cult developed in 1995 as a solo studio project of Craig Minowa.

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Madison, DJay Mando (6/3): Since 2013, DJay Mando has made a name for himself as a force to be reckoned with in the Midwest club scene.

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Madison, Earth to Clark (6/8): Earth to Clark is a fresh, positive, uplifting and dynamic band based out of Beloit, WI. A wide mix of Funktistic, Partydelic, Rock, Reggae and Hip Hop

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Madison, Fall II Rise at Brat Fest 2017 (5/29): We had a blast on our first time at Brat Fest 2016, and can't wait to do it again!! See you at Brat Fest 2017!!

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Madison, Flowpoetry (6/5): FlowPoetry is the originator of Jam Poetry. Straight up spoken word performance. One man one mic.

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Madison, Fools Flotilla Boat Rental 2017 (6/11): We have a limited number of boats for rent! The boats will come with 2 paddles and PFD's for everyone in the boat.

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Madison, Free Fishing Weekend (6/3 - 6/4): Free fishing on all state lakes and streams; licenses are not required. Free fishing clinics offered at many state parks and other locations for all ages. This weekend ONLY! Bag limits and size restri

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Madison, Freedy Johnston (5/31): Freedy Johnston is a New York City-based singer-songwriter originally from Kinsley, Kansas.

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Madison, Haliwel Opening For Art Of Dying (5/26): You will be on the door list so bring an ID to prevent imposters from taking your ticket. Haliwel is opening for Art Of Dying on Friday, May 26th.

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Madison, Her Crooked Heart (6/9): HER CROOKED HEART is the new name; the new music of Rachel Ries – multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, hired gun, singer.

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Madison, Inter Arma (5/28): Founded in Richmond in 2006, the versatile and genre-defying five-piece released their debut full-length Sundown via Forcefield Records in 2010, and like all great artists, had a well-defined sound ri

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Madison, Internal Bleeding (6/13): Formed in 1991, Internal Bleeding are pioneers of the style of death metal called "slam."

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Madison, IRONMAN 70.3 (6/11): Building on the success of IRONMAN Wisconsin this race will begin along the shore of Olin Park in Madison.

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Madison, J.E. Sunde, (6/9): The stage/project name of J.E. Sunde is simply a shortening of his given name.

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Madison, Jimmy Lumpkin and the Revival (6/11): Straight out of a cabin in the backwoods of South Alabama, Jimmy Lumpkin belts out sublime sounds that are altogether Country, Rock, Soul and Blues.

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Madison, Kari Arnett (6/4): Born in Madison, WI, and raised on farm outside of rural Cambria, WI, Kari always was fluent in the language of music.

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Madison, Kehlani (6/9): Kehlani tells it like it is. Whether in conversation or on stage, the Oakland-born R&B singer and songwriter gives the straight truth about her life, pain, passion, love, triumph, and everything in be

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Madison, Laska, (6/1): LASKA from Eau Claire, WI provide the perfect soundtrack for embracing the beauty in pain. Songwriting sisters Hannah, Becca and Mookie weave influences of Alternative, Americana and Desert Rock with

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Madison, Lou Shields (6/1): Lou Shields is an Artist, Musician, Skateboarder, Rambler and Teacher who has been living and working in the Chicago area his entire life but the road is truly his home.

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Madison, Madison City Tours : With Madison City Tours, see more than just State Street and Capitol Square--discover why Madison ranks high on everyone’s short list for the nation’s most beautiful, livable, medium-sized city.

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Madison, Matthäus, (6/1): Matthäus is a chamber folk band with roots in Chicago and St. Paul, MN.

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Madison, Meet & Greet (5/31): The River Food Pantry has exciting news to share! Please join us in welcoming Charles McLimans as the new Executive Director.

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Madison, Meet the New Leaders of Community Shares of Wisconsin (6/7): Meet the new Executive Director, Cheri Dubiel, and Wenona Wolf, the new Board President, along with the staff of Community Shares of Wisconsin.

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Madison, Micawber (6/13): While constructing their own style of modern age death metal and keeping the music fun, and interesting, Micawber has been rapidly gaining fans across the country.

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Madison, Michael Massey (6/6): Michael Massey is a singer, songwriter, pianist, performer, and producer who has written or collaborated on over 300 rock, pop, country, and instrumental songs.

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Madison, Michael McDermott (6/4): Michael McDermott possesses one of those classic rock voices and isn't afraid to use it.

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Madison, National Trails Day (6/3): Meander through the Aldo Leopold Legacy Trail System holding Wisconsin's 42 state trails offering a variety of surfaces, open to a wide-variety of activities throughout all seasons.

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Madison, Painted Rocks (5/26): Visitors will use their imaginations to paint designs on rocks. One rock can be painted to bring home and one rock can be left at the museum to be used for a collaborative mosaic in the garden.

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Madison, Pallbearer (5/28): Pallbearer’s third album, Heartless, is an inspired collection of monumental rock music.

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Madison, Perfect Harmony 20th Anniversary Concert - Devotion & Commitment (6/2): Join Perfect Harmony Men's Chorus in celebration of our 20th Anniversary with our spring concert, "Devotion & Commitment," featuring songs about love, faith, song, work, community, and more!

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Madison, Prettygirlhatemachine (6/3): prettygirlhatemachine is an independent hip hop group that hails from Des Moines, Iowa.

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Madison, Reconfigured Reality: Contemporary Photography from the Permanent Collection (12/2 - 11/12): Reconfigured Reality, drawn from the museum’s permanent collection, presents an overview of developments since 1970 that have helped define contemporary photography.

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Madison, Sacrificial Slaughter, (6/13): Formed in 2001 by vocalist Steve Worley, Sacrificial Slaughter spent over a decade proving themselves to be one of the most dominating underground acts from the United States.

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Madison, Should Madison privatize more park services? (5/31): One of the most contentious Madison city government debates of the spring was a decision to allow a private company to open a beer garden in Olbrich Park.

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Madison, Sincere Life, (6/3): Sincere-Life has been mastering the craft of MC'ing since his childhood-- his goal has always been to make an impact in the Hip-Hop world.

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Madison, Spread the Nudes (5/27 - 6/11): Spread the Nudes picks up with up-and-coming Christian rock Spread the News, just after the band kicks out their drummer after he was caught fornicating with the pastor's daughter.

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Madison, Sweet Delta Dawn (6/5): Sweet Delta Dawn is a Jam Band based out of Madison, Wisconsin. Heavily inspired by bands like the Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Phish, they bring a few extra smiles everywhere they go.

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Madison, Taking Sides (6/10 - 9/2): Taking Sides explores the tradition of social critique in modern and contemporary art.

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Madison, Team Captain Luncheon (5/24): The Boys & Girls Club of Dane County is a not-for-profit youth development organization that serves over 5,000 young people every year.

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Madison, The Betsy Ezell Quartet (6/2): The Betsy Ezell Quartet is a Madison based jazz combo featuring swinging jazz standards and soulful originals.

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Madison, The Dead Deads (6/10): We're a band. Hard-rock quartet from Nashville, TN. Riffs, gang vocals and drum rippage abound.

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Madison, The Periodicals (6/9): Madison's finest alternative pub rock/northern soul band. Now with added pop.

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Madison, The Second City Summer Blockbuster (6/2): Please come and join us on June 2nd at Overture Center for the Arts. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Madison, Tin Can Diamonds w/The Hollow Ends and Karen Wheelock (5/27): Tin Can Diamonds is a folk rock band from Madison, WI.

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Madison, Tiptree Award Auction at WisCon 41 (5/27): Please come and join us on May 27th at The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor's Club. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Madison, Toranavox (6/8): Toranavox is a Brooklyn-based, ultra-dense hard rock band.

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Madison, Voices of Ruin, (6/13): Voices of Ruin have received violent praise opening for high profile metal acts like Dark Tranquillity, Insomnium, Watain, Finntroll, Ensiferum, The Devin Townsend Project, Skeletonwitch, and many oth

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Madison, Wood Chickens, (6/2): "Wood Chickens, the “cow punk” outfit from Wisconsin, make music that could soundtrack a day spent wrangling a herd of cattle while wearing Doc Martens boots.

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Malone, Meet the Producer Dinner (5/25): Come & experience an evening you won’t forget! Dine with us on our farm where we create a multi-course meal using locally sourced ingredients paired with a local brewery or winery.

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Manitowish Waters, Manitowish Waters Boat & Car Show (5/27): We hope to have a beautiful weekend to provide us with sunshine and warmth for each day of the event.

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Manitowoc, Annual Manitowoc Garden Fair (6/10): This 27th annual event is a paradise for gardeners selling annuals, perennials, herbs, garden art, fine crafts, antiques, statuary, furniture, live music and food. Rain or shine. Free admission & park

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Manitowoc, Branch River Riders Horse Show (6/4): Enjoy equestrian competitions for many age groups and classes. Awards will be presented to Jr. and Sr. riders and lunch is available on the grounds.

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Manitowoc, HFM Maritime Marathon (6/11): UW-Manitowoc to Port Sandy Bay in Two Rivers. Open to first 800 people (500 solo runners, and 50 relay teams of two and 50 relay teams of four).

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Manitowoc, Manitowoc Caribbean Shoreline Cruise (6/3): Lake Michigan Carferry will be hosting this new fun shoreline cruise aboard the S.S Badger. Live Caribbean music will be performed by “Michael Drake & the No Tan Lines Band” from Milwaukee.

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Manitowoc, Newpha All Breeds Open Show (5/28): Annual NEWPHA open all breeds show. FIVE jackpot classes: halter, W/T English Pleasure, English Pleasure, W/T Western Pleasure, & Western Pleasure. $10 entry, 75% payback, paying 1st-3rd place.

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Marshfield, Dairyfest (6/1 - 6/4): This is the 35th year all of Marshfield will be gathering for three delectable days of dairy celebration or, as locals call it, "Dairyfest!"

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Mauston, Paint Party - Summer Board (Second Session) (5/24): Terry Clark will be teaching us how to make a fun summer board on Wednesday, May 24th at 6 PM.

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Menasha, Cabelas Masters Walleye Circuit Tournament 2017 (6/2 - 6/3): Weigh-ins are FREE and open to the public! Kids and family fishing clinic by NPAA Friday after weigh-in, the first 50 kids get a FREE rod and reel!

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Menasha, Life Promotions Charity Golf Outing Dinner (6/12): We’re thrilled to have you join us for the 17th Annual Life Promotions Charity Golf Outing on Monday, June 12 at North Shore Golf Course in Menasha!

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Menasha, The Sunshine Boys (6/7 - 6/16): First produced by Attic in 1989, The Sunshine Boys tells the story of a friendship on the rocks. Al and Willie as "Lewis and Clark" were top-billed vaudevillians for over forty years.

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Menomonie, National Trails Day (6/3): Meander through the Aldo Leopold Legacy Trail System holding Wisconsin's 42 state trails offering a variety of surfaces, open to a wide-variety of activities throughout all seasons.

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Menomonie, Resonant Rogues (6/11): "American folk music has always had a populist perspective, a vision of music made by the people, for the people.

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Mercer, Lupine Junefest (6/10): Enjoy the spectacular rainbow of colors of the Lupines as you tour along designated routes. Each participant receives a goodie bag and t-shirt for the event.

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Middleton, DJ Night w/ DJ EMC (5/27): Every Saturday is Ladies Night! The first 25 ladies get 50% off their drink plus a free shot when you order at the bar.

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Middleton, Farmers Market Playday (6/1): Bring your little sprouts to the Greenway Station Farmers’ Market on Thursday June 1 for a fun, interactive playday!

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Middleton, The Full Monty (5/27 - 5/28): Based on the cult hit film of the same name, The Full Monty is filled with honest affection, engaging melodies and the most highly anticipated closing number of any show.

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Milton, Polk County Dairy Breakfast (6/3): There will be face painting, a petting zoo, kids activites, antique tractors, photo booth for farm selfies, craft sales, hay rides, vendor and sponsor displays, music and educational displays.

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Milton, Wallys Music Fest (6/2 - 6/3): Hair Nation returns to Milton in this 80's themed music fest! Join us for regional headliners including Lava Rock, Audio Drive, Almighty Vinyl, King Kong, Denim & Leather, and The Prince Experience!!

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Milwaukee, Adworkers Agency Feud (5/25): If you were at the 2016 United Adworkers golf outing and made it over to hole #2, you got the chance to play Agency Feud, presented by our friends at C2.

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Milwaukee, Anna Deavere Smith Presents Notes from the Field: Community Perspectives (5/24): Join us for an intimate journey into the lives of individuals affected by social issues such as homelessness, gun violence and racial inequality, then help us explore solutions with a panel of noted c

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Milwaukee, Bay View Gallery Night at Hello Falafel! (6/2): Stop in and see us on Bay View Gallery Night - Friday, June 2nd, 2017!

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Milwaukee, Beach Patrol (6/1): Beach Patrol has been playing recording and getting into trouble together since 2002!

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Milwaukee, Beer Barons World of Beer Festival 2017 (6/3): Beer geeks, rejoice! This festival in Milwaukee has over 350 beers for guests to pour down their gullets.

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Milwaukee, Bent Knee (6/9): Bent Knee is unlike any band you’ve ever heard. Its borderless sound combines myriad influences from across the rock, pop, minimalist, and avant-garde spectrums into a seamless, thrilling whole.

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Milwaukee, Big Something (5/25): A 6 piece powerhouse with a sound that is both unique and timeless, BIG Something fuses elements of rock, pop, funk, and improvisation to take listeners on a journey through a myriad of musical styles

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Milwaukee, Bike Night - June 1 (6/1): All bikes unite at the Harley-Davidson Museum. Grab your bike. Join other riders for music, fun and plenty of eye candy.

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Milwaukee, Blue Unit (6/2): Genre Shoegaze/Post-Punk/Noise-Pop

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Milwaukee, Broccoli Samurai (6/8): The band's synth-laden, drum and bass influenced, progressive electronica has been thrilling audiences throughout the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast markets, winning them a massive and fiercely

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Milwaukee, Bruiser Queen (6/1): Garage Pop Rock N Roll duo Bruiser Queen (St. Louis, MO) blend 21st Century punk stomp with 60’s girl group shimmy. Morgan Nusbaum’s vocals & guitar arrive on stage like a Riot Grrrl but bop to the be

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Milwaukee, Concoctions @ Opening Night at Jazz in the Park (6/1): Grab you blankets and lawn chairs and get ready for the first night of Jazz in the Park!

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Milwaukee, Dan Whitaker & the Shinebenders (5/28): Founded in 2002 the group has been entertaining audiences with countless shows in Chicago and the Midwest while supporting their independent releases.

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Milwaukee, Dead Morticians, (6/3): Genre Punk, Metal, Blues

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Milwaukee, Driveway Thriftdwellers (5/30): Made up of veteran musicians from Madison and Milwaukee, the Driveway Thriftdwellers draw upon their founding brothers’ Northwoods upbringing to create a no-nonsense blend of DIY classic country and A

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Milwaukee, ELEL (5/25): Their debut single “40 Watt” racked up millions of plays, putting them into national radio rotation, including Alt Nation's Top 18. ELEL was handpicked to perform alongside Lena Dunham and Keegan Mich

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Milwaukee, Extra Crispy Brass Band (6/1): The EC Brass Band’s repertoire includes pieces from the turn of last century (1900!), traditionals by Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet, modern funk tunes, and originals.

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Milwaukee, Friday Night Freak Show: Quadrophenia (6/2): Calling all Mods and Rockers to the Friday Night Freak Show Presents Quadrophenia on Friday, June 2 at the Times Cinema.

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Milwaukee, Future Islands (6/7): Future Islands are an electro synthpop trio from North Carolina, US who formed in 2006. The band consists of Gerrit Welmers (keys), William Cashion (bass/guitar) and Samuel Harding (vocals).

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Milwaukee, Gift of Wings Family Kite Festival 2017 (5/27 - 5/28): The Fast Track Oil Centers Grand Launch of 500 kites will take place at noon. The Kaplan University Kids Mad Dash will take place at around 2:00 pm

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Milwaukee, Hellcat Amazons (5/26): Mojo Dojo Comedy is thrilled to present HELLCAT AMAZONS, the stand-up comedy showcase for every woman who's ever wanted to bite back after being told she needs to smile more.

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Milwaukee, Hi-five, (6/2): Hi-Five the 90’s multi-platinum R&B singing group was originally signed to Jive Records in 1989 and released their first album in 1990 produced by Teddy Riley.

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Milwaukee, Jay Matthes (5/25): Jay Matthes is a singer/songwriter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ben Kieffer of Iowa Public Radio describes Jay's sound as "soulful country" and The Rave/Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee calls his live show

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Milwaukee, Jj Thames (6/12): “Tell You What I Know” is the name of J.J.’s original song and the title of her upcoming debut album for DeChamp Records.

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Milwaukee, Key To The Latino Community Awards (6/2): This unique award recognizes individuals for their outstanding work in the development and growth of the Latino Community.

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Milwaukee, Kick-Off Party: Vandoliers with Driveway Thriftdwellers! (5/30): Extend that Memorial Day weekend with a KICK OFF PARTY featuring Dallas-Fort Worth's finest and Wisconsin's own Driveway Thriftdwellers at Club Garilbaldi!

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Milwaukee, Lex Allen (6/3): Lex Allen is a neo soul pop singer, similar to the likes of Pharrell Williams and Janelle Monae, who has been taking Milwaukee’s music scene by storm with his fluid, inclusive and empowering musical s

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Milwaukee, Locust Street Festival of Music and Art 2017 (6/10): SIX STAGES! ACTIVITIES FOR ONE AND ALL! BEER RUN STARTS PROMPTLY AT 11:30 AM

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Milwaukee, Lucky Boys Confusion (6/10): Lucky Boys Confusion is a rock band from the Chicago suburbs in DuPage County. Their music is a mix of rock, punk, ska, and hip hop.

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Milwaukee, Memorial Day Ceremony (5/29): Join us for the Milwaukee Memorial Day Ceremony as we honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

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Milwaukee, Michael McDermott (6/3): Michael McDermott possesses one of those classic rock voices and isn't afraid to use it.

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Milwaukee, Milwaukee Taco Fest 2017 (6/4): A fest loaded with tacos is a fest loaded with love.

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Milwaukee, Mirror Mirror (6/1 - 6/4): Snow White is reimagined as both dream and nightmare in Michael Pink’s provocative dance drama.

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Milwaukee, Modern Folk (6/9 - 8/20): In the first half of the twentieth century, many artists retreated to the country. They went to escape from the city and for spiritual rejuvenation, but also to engage with the local architecture and

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Milwaukee, Neu Dae (6/4): neumy + evaridae = neu dae. Original Madison, WI hip-hop. neu dae is the realization of a collaborative process founded by neumy and evaridae in 2013 to make music and destroy mediocrity in hip-hop.

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Milwaukee, Pop Up Shabbat (6/2): It is time for our next Pop Up Shabbat!! This time we will head downtown to the Ale Asylum for Shabbat dinner, a worship experience...

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Milwaukee, Prettygirlhatemachine (6/4): Prettygirlhatemachine is an independent hip hop group that hails from Des Moines, Iowa.

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Milwaukee, PrideFest (6/9 - 6/11): PrideFest is the largest gay/lesbian, bisexual and transgender festival in Wisconsin - a celebration of diversity. Enjoy the festivities and partake in the food, entertainment and marketplace.

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Milwaukee, Ravi/Lola (6/2): Ravi/Lola is a 60's inspired psychedelic baroque/neo-toytown pop group from Milwaukee, WI.

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Milwaukee, Reigning Wild Benefit (6/1): Help us celebrate 30 years with the first ever Mr./ Ms. Wild Space pageant, featuring David Flores as Emcee and celebrity judges Miss Wisconsin and Miss Milwaukee.

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Milwaukee, Rich P., (6/4): Rich P is reaching a bit above five feet but he has an incredible ability to dominate a room. He is confident in his music and himself and his presence gives off an air just shy of conceit.

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Milwaukee, Ripe (5/25): Ripe is a Funk/Pop band out of Boston, MA that was born as a result of its seven members' uniting over one belief: with enough passion and honesty, music can still make the earth shake.

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Milwaukee, Sidewalk Chalk (6/1): Sidewalk Chalk prepares to release their fourth full-length album, An Orchid Is Born, on Ropeadope Records and produced by Grammy Award-winner Robert “Sput” Searight.

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Milwaukee, Steen Metz: Surviving Terezin (A Three Part Series) (6/8): Join Chicago resident Steen Metz as he details his survival of German occupied Europe during WWII.

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Milwaukee, STEM Day with Marquette University and Dreams Soar (5/27): Join us for a day of fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities, presented by Marquette University College of Engineering and Dreams Soar.

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Milwaukee, Stooki Sound (5/26): The London duo has established themselves by pushing boundaries within the bass music scene and also staying true to their roots in Grime and Hip­-Hop.

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Milwaukee, Terrapin Flyer (6/10): Terrapin Flyer is a Grateful Dead inspired band from Chicago who tours with former members of the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia Band.

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Milwaukee, The Well Known Strangers (5/26): Well-Known Strangers has been entertaining Midwest audiences with a cello infused, alternative pop/rock, with a tinge-of-country-band sound.

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Milwaukee, Three Unassisted (6/3): Singer/songwriter Will Richter has always struggled with the fine art of conforming to a genre.

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Milwaukee, Tigernite, (6/1): Tigernite is a hard hitting rock-and-roll creature hailing from Milwaukee, WI.

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Milwaukee, Watching for Foxes (5/24): Bending biography by infusing existential banter and folk motifs, the band is constantly pushing boundaries both sonically and lyrically in the pursuit of the portrayal of true feeling.

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Milwaukee, Windhand w/Satans Satyrs (5/23): Please come and join us on May 23rd at Cactus Club. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Milwaukee, Wright and Like 2017 Milwaukee - A Celebration of Wrights 150th Birthday (6/3): Join us in celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of America’s greatest architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, with a very special Wright and Like Milwaukee house tour.

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Milwaukee, Yoga Happy Hour - June- Enlightened Brewery (6/2): First Friday of each month is Happy Hour at Healium Hot Yoga!

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Mineral Point, Gallery Night (6/3): Most of the galleries are located in the downtown business district filled with historic architecture, delicious dining venues, and engaging gallery owners.

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Mineral Point, Jammin on the Porch (6/9): The Mineral Point Historical Society’s Jammin’ on the Porch season will continue this summer at the Gundry House at Orchard Lawn, on second Friday each month, June through September.

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Minocqua, Annual Client Appreciation Cookout (6/2): Join us at our annual client/patient appreciation cookout!! Our "Chef Technician Katie" will be serving up hotdogs, brats, chips & soda, all available free of charge!!!

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Minocqua, June Bloom Arts & Crafts Festival (6/3): More than 50 exhibitors at June Bloom will display and sell a wide variety of unique handcrafted items.

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Mondovi, Pepin County Town & Country Dairy Breakfast (6/10): The breakfast will include pancakes, real maple syrup & butter, milk, cheese curds and pudding. Free will donation for breakfast. Special thanks to area farmers and businesses for supporting our event

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Monona, Bird and Nature Outing at Edna Taylor Conservation Park Area (5/27): Join a naturalist for an easy, family-friendly walk from Aldo Leopold Nature Center into the beautiful Edna Taylor Conservation Park and enjoy a bit of nature education along the way.

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Monroe, Cars on the Square (6/2): Classic cars on display all around the Historic Green County Courthouse in downtown Monroe, prizes, food.

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Monroe, Green County Pickers Flea & Antique Market (6/3 - 6/4): Vendor booths with resale, antiques, and flea market finds. Nearly 150 booths. Always first weekend in June and weekend after Labor Day.

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Monroe, Monroe City Band Concert (6/5): The Monroe City Band originally formed in 1949 and with members from various communities around the area have been delighting audiences ever since. Under the direction of Brian Bruggeman.

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Monroe, Old Time Cheesemaking at Imobersteg Factory (6/10): Watch as Green County cheesemakers create a wheel of Swiss cheese, the old-fashioned way - hand-stirred in a copper kettle at the historic Imobersteg Farmstead Cheese Factory.

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Mount Horeb, Spring Art Tour (6/2 - 6/4): Discover the magic! Explore the beauty of the springtime countryside in the unique glacially driftless area of South Central Wisconsin.

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Mount Horeb, Stihl Professional Mid-West Qualifier (6/10 - 6/11): STIHL Professional Lumberjack Competition and Show. Series of 5 events: One Man Buck, STIHL Stock Saw, Standing Stock Saw, Standing Chop, and Underhand Chop. All held during the Mount Horeb Summer Fro

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Mount Horeb, Summer Frolic (6/8 - 6/11): A fun-packed weekend of music, entertainment, great food, midway rides, arcade games, bingo, prizes, and fireworks.

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Neenah, Neenah StreetBall 3 on 3 (6/10 - 6/11): Neenah StreetBall is Wisconsin's premier 3-on-3 basketball tournament for players 8 years of age and up.

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Neillsville, Highground Flag Day Ceremony & Legacy Stone & Korean Stone Placements (6/10): The Highground is a 140-acre park with various tributes, one-half million acres view of spectacular woodland and glacial moraine, picnic areas, hiking trails, and more.

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Neillsville, Make-A-Wish Truck Convoy (6/10): All vehicle convoy to benefit MAKE-A-WISH foundation. Food all day, silent auction, craft sale, door prizes and activities for kids.

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Nekoosa, Historic Point Basse Pioneer Festival (6/10 - 6/11): The Point Basse Pioneer Festival is the premier event at Historic Point Basse. Visit the site and participate in the activities of the day.

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Nekoosa, Pearl Street Beer Tasting (5/27): Join us for a beer tasting on Saturday, May 27th featuring beers from Pearl Street Brewery.

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New Berlin, Memorial Day MURPH & Funky Family Cookout (5/29): Join us for The Murph workout this Memorial Day and honor all those who have served, those who are currently serving, and their families.

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New Glarus, BBC - Beer, Bacon and Cheese (6/10): Booths set up with craft brewers, cheese artisans, and masters of cured meats. Limited number of wristbands sold. Also - live music downtown in the Polka Fest tent.

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New Glarus, Roger Bright Polka Festival (6/9 - 6/11): Polka bands from Wisconsin and the Midwest in the big tent downtown - free admission.

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New Richmond, Park Art Fair (6/2 - 6/3): Over 125 arts and craft vendors featuring pottery, furniture, jewelry, paintings, ceramics, wood crafts, country decor, and much more. Held in conjunction with the Willow River Blues & Brews Fest.

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New Richmond, Willow River Blues & Brews Fest (6/2 - 6/3): Come enjoy the works of many artists and the art of making a handcrafted beer. Bring the family!

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Oconomowoc, Bands at the Beach (6/9): Head down to the band shell at City Beach on Fridays in June, July and August for a free concert.

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Oconto, Nature Festival (6/3): A day for nature. Great day for the kids to reconnect with nature and all that it has to offer. Demonstrations throughout the day and informational booths for all your questions.

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Osceola, Rhubarb Days (6/2 - 6/3): Rhubarb Days is fun for the whole family! Community wide garage sales, bouncy house, craft fair, bake sale, pancake breakfast, and much more.

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Oshkosh, A More Then Merry Hook Up! (6/2): Join us and our friends The Hook Up as we help welcome a brand new Tap House to Oshkosh, Fletch's Local Tap House!

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Oshkosh, New Glarus Wings Pairing. Outside Bar Opening (6/1): We will be celebrating the opening of the outside bar with a New Glarus wing pairing.

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Oshkosh, Oshkosh Bubble Run (6/3): Are you living in a bubble? If you’ve done a traditional 5K, you know they can be a bit lackluster. T

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Oshkosh, Oshkosh Irish Fest (6/10): Come and enjoy great Celtic music, taste authentic Irish food, watch incredible Irish dancers, learn about the unique Irish Culture, shop in our Irish vendor area, participate in the 5K run/walk or ra

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Oshkosh, Skyscape Theater Royale - Memphis Belle (6/1): Fly along with the crew of the famous B-17 “Memphis Belle” as they battle their way through European skies to complete their 25th and final mission.

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Oshkosh, The Highway Men Live (6/3): Perhaps the greatest country music super group in history, THE HIGHWAYMEN once traveled the world performing for millions of fans.

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Oshkosh, Winnebagoland Fine Arts Fair (6/11): You'll find a family-friendly park setting for this fine art and craft fair. Entertainment and food are available. Free admission.

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Pepin, Great River Road June Bloom Wine & Food Event (6/3 - 6/4): Enjoy a long weekend of romance and adventure on the Great River Road Wine Trail! This special event presents ample opportunities to sample fine food and wine, from Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa.

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Pewaukee, Domestic Human Trafficking 101 and Volunteer Training (5/30): Watch a 20 minute documentary: CHOSEN; a true story of 2 American Teens What is Redeem and Restore Center doing about this? Hear of HOPE coming from this darkness.

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Pewaukee, Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Show (5/29): Entertaining weekly themed shows filled with barefooting, pyramids and acrobatic skills performed on Pewaukee Lake provide a truly fun experience for the entire family.

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Phillips, Girls Night Out (6/1): You’re invited to "GET THE GIRLS" together and follow the balloons for an evening of shopping, food, drinks and FUN with special offers at 60+ participating area businesses.

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Phillips, Horse Vaulting Show (6/2): Watch gymnastic and dance routines set to music and performed on the back of a moving horse! "I can't believe you can do that!"

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Phillips, Polish Palace Pig Out (6/3): Annual barbeque rib cook-off with people's choice and judge's choice awards. Stop out and watch the rib masters work their magic or buy a ticket and judge the ribs yourself.

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Phillips, Putt Run Motorcycle Ride Fundraiser (6/3): Help raise money for a local non-profit organization with this fun group ride through the scenic Northwoods RAIN or SHINE.

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Phillips, Thursday Evening Paddle Outings (6/8): The Crazy Loon will be hosting Thursday Evening Paddle Outings; these are fun and easy outings meant for all skill levels.

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Pleasant Prairie, 1 Year Anniversary Party! (5/27): That's right folks, it's been 1 whole year since we first opened our doors to all of you amazing people and we wanna show you how MBC can party!!

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Pleasant Prairie, First Fridays (6/2): The first Friday of each month, the Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau hosts a free, fun, informative, and tasty Open House (12-3pm) at its I-94 Visitor Information Center.

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Plymouth, Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour (6/2 - 6/4): Visit over 38 local artists tucked away in historic buildings, home studios, boutiques, and at the tour headquarters, “the Plymouth Arts Center” during our 2nd Annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour

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Plymouth, Pedal Down Promotions Night at Plymouth Dirt Track Racing (5/27): Pedal Down Promotions will be the presenting trophy sponsor for the Plymouth Dirt Track Racing program at Sheboygan County Fair Park on Saturday, May 27, 2017.

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Portage, Portage City Flea Market (6/3): Vendors are welcome to sell Rummage Sale Items, Homemade Crafts, Farmers Produce, Antiques, Collectibles, Direct Sales and MORE! Veterans Memorial Fields home of the Columbia County Fair.

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Racine, Essential Oils for Sleep (5/24): Come learn about the factors that negatively impact sleep, and how essential oils can be used to naturally support the entire family in this area.

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Racine, Monument Square Art Festival (6/10 - 6/11): Returning to its original home, one of Wisconsin's oldest and most respected juried fine arts fairs presents 80 artists from around the country exhibiting works in a variety of media.

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Racine, Racine Dental Dash 5K Run/Walk - 2017 (6/3): Join Racine Dental Group for the 3rd Annual 5k Fun run/walk event for the entire family. Besides caring for your teeth we encourage overall good health and a step in that direction is by being physica

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Racine, Relay for Life of Racine (6/9): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Racine, Small Gifts from Big Donors (2/19 - 2/4): When opening boxes from donors, RAM staff have often expressed the time-honored phrase, “good things come in small packages.”

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Racine, WPA Art from RAMs Collection (2/19 - 6/4): When Wustum Museum of Fine Arts first opened, it did not have a permanent collection.

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Reedsburg, Rotary Fly-In/Drive-In Breakfast (6/4): Rotary Club of Reedsburg sponsors the Fly-In/Drive-In Breakfast. All you can eat pancakes, sausages, toast, scrambled eggs, coffee, and one milk.

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Rhinelander, 2nd Saturday In June Car Show (6/10): The 2nd Saturday in June Car Show is in it's 20th year and is an event the community looks forward to every summer.

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Rhinelander, Concert: An Evening With Tess & Chris & Friends (6/8): Best described as “acoustic folk with a few twists,” Tess and Chris will keep you on your toes with an eclectic mix of bluegrass and old-time music.

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Richfield, Porcupine Foundations Party for a Good Cause Featuring Listening Party (6/1): The Porcupine Foundation is excited to announce the "Party for a Good Cause" to benefit YMCA Camp SOUL and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin featuring recording artist Listening Party.

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Richland Center, June Dairy Days / Rodeo Parade (6/10): Downtown Richland Center Parade celebrates the Dairy industry & High School Rodeo. Rodeo horses, wagon train & more

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Richland Center, Wisconsin High School Rodeo Finals (6/9 - 6/11): In the annual high school State Finals, kids compete in 13 events to qualify for Nationals in July: bareback & saddle bronc riding, bull riding, barrel racing, pole bending, cutting, calf roping, brea

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Ripon, Jazz on the Green (6/1): Join us for an evening of Jazz on the Village Green on Thursday, June 1st from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. The concert will feature special performances by the Ripon Middle School and High School Jazz Bands.

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Ripon, Larsons Famous Birth of the Baby Clydesdale Week (6/12 - 6/17): Visit the ranch and have a 90 minute tour and grandstand show of the Famous Clydesdales.

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Ripon, Ripon WineWalk (6/3): Visit historic downtown Ripon for our WineWalk. During the event businesses will become “tasting rooms” where attendees may sample up different wines throughout the evening.

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River Falls, Town N Country Day (6/11): Celebrate the agricultural heritage of River Falls and the surrounding communities featuring a day of fun interactive activities for the entire family!

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Saint Croix Falls, City of Trails 5K & Rock N River 10K (6/10): 1K, 5K , 10K and Half Marathon. Registration fee. Race awards, door prizes, There will be music and refreshments following the race at the Scenic Overlook Deck. Registration forms available on web sit

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Saint Croix Falls, Neil McKenzie Youth Fishing Contest (6/10): This youth fishing derby is open to all ages and families. There will be food, fishing equipment, fishing guides and trophies furnished. No fee charged. Pre-registration required on website.

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Saint Croix Falls, Wannigan Days-River Spirit Celebration (6/9 - 6/11): The 59th Wannigan Days River Spirit Celebration in St Croix Falls/Taylors Falls is the #1 St Croix Valley summer entertainment reunion.

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Saint Germain, Walk in the Woods Art Fair (6/10): 10th Annual Fine Art Fair in 2017! St. Germain is home to the Walk in the Woods Art Fair.

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Sauk City, Riverway Concerts in the Park (6/6): Join us for a night of music and community along the Sauk Prairie Riverway. Food for sale from non profit groups. Every Tuesday in June

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Saukville, Heritage Demonstration Day at Pioneer Village (6/11): Take this opportunity to check out Pioneer Village in Saukville "free of charge" and see some of the old-time crafts demonstrated by Ozaukee County Historical Society members who will also be in perio

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Sharon, Model A Day (6/4): Every year on the first Sunday in June, the spirit of the 1920s and 1930s is brought to life in the small town of Sharon as Model A’s line the main street.

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Shawano, Green Bays Botanical Gardens-Garden Fair (6/2): Bus will leave at 5:15. There is a charge to get into the sale. Charge will be $7.00 per person, if your a member of the Gardens charge will be $3.00.

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Shawano, Shawano Sundrop Dayz (6/2 - 6/3): Bring your family and friends to a fun-filled celebration of all things Sun Drop – the delicious, old-fashioned “Golden Girl Cola.”

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Sheboygan, CITGO Opening Day; Pat McCurdy Concert; Miss Wis. Appearance (5/27): It's the 2017 Sheboygan A's season opener presented by CITGO.

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Sheboygan, Memorial Day Murph WOD for charity dogs2dogtags (5/29): We will be doing Murph with proceeds benefiting Dogs2DogTags to help our service members with PTSD by matching them with a dog.

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Sheboygan, Paradigm Presents: Sleeping Jesus (6/2): Lend your ear as Sleeping Jesus draws us in and delivers a sermon of young love and the beautiful foolishness that accompanies it.

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Siren, Free Kids Fishing Contest (6/4): Bring your kids to this FREE Fishing Contest. Ages 2-17. PRIZES for different age categories; ALL KIDS GET A PRIZE! Free hot dogs & Pepsi at weigh-in! Sponsored by the Siren Lions & Lake-Country Rider

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Sister Bay, Roofing of the Goats Parade (6/10): All goats are invited to participate in the parade! Parade starts @ 10:30 a.m. Goat costumes, goatees, Viking hats, and other creative endeavors are encouraged.

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Slinger, KMCFs 5th Annual Memorial Day Murph (5/29): KMCFnation - join us Monday, May 29th for our 5th annual "Memorial Day Murph" WOD in honor of Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy.

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Slinger, We Grew Up Country - Country Music Night (5/27): Please come and join us on May 27th at Sheryl's Club 175. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Sparta, Memorial Day Parade (5/29): Please come join us Celebrate our Heroes with a parade located on Water Street, followed by a memorial ceremony at Blyton Veterans Park. There will also be community activities all day long.

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Sparta, Wildcrafting Retreat: Vibrant Vinegars (5/27): Enjoy Learning about ethical & sustainable wildcrafting practices of plants found in the Driftless Region.

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Spooner, Tri County Dairy Breakfast (6/10): Celebrate Dairy month with a delicious breakfast of pancakes, sausage, bacon, milk, ice cream and more!

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Spooner, Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Day (5/27): There will be live music and a canoe and wooden boat show in front of this former grain elevator turned museum, plus museum tours and open house in the museum exhibit hall, ongoing activities in the c

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Spring Green, BobFest 2017 (5/28): Outdoor Music Festival-All Dylan,All Day Festival Menu, Local Brews Best Day of the Year! Join the Party in the back yard of the General Store

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Spring Green, Taliesin Beginning Architecture Camp (6/12 - 6/16): This architecture camp will introduce participants to the principles of organic architecture and the work and life of Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Stanley, Stanley 4x4 Truck Pull & Super Farm Tractor Pull (6/10): The Stanley Truck and Tractor Pull is once again bringing an exciting lineup of the following classes: Hot Farm, Super Stock 4x4, Super Farm, Modified 4x4, Prostock Diesel 4x4, and Super Farm Open.

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Stevens Point, PJs Live – Spicy Tie Band (5/31): Enjoy live music on our patio every Wednesday this summer at PJ’s – SentryWorld!

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Stevens Point, Special Olympics Summer Games (6/8 - 6/10): Nearly 1,500 Special Olympics Wisconsin (SOWI) athletes participate in the State Summer Games held at UW-Stevens Point.

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Stevens Point, Stevens Point Sculpture park Summer Celebration (6/10): New sculptures will debut in the 20-acre park at 900 North Second Street, Stevens Point. The Summer Celebration, will include poetry readings, live music, and an artist meet and greet.

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Stevens Point, Walk Wisconsin-Walking Marathon (6/3): Be a part of the most unique walking event in the Midwest. People of all ages are encouraged to register for the full, three-quarter, half or quarter non competitive walking marathon.

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Stockholm, Stockholm Street Dance (6/3): Plan an evening outdoors with friends and neighbors to bring our Season Seven to a close. There will be polka music, polka dancing and Wisconsin's finest beers.

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Stoughton, Art Walk Stoughton (6/10): Art Walk Stoughton is a one-day event taking place rain or shine in the historic downtown Arts & Entertainment District.

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Stoughton, Gazebo Musikk presents Craig Mason Combo (6/1): Gazebo Musikk welcomes the Craig Mason Combo for our 2017 season opener!

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Stoughton, Stoughton Chamber Singers (6/2): The Stoughton Chamber Singers, under the direction of John Beutel, will present a variety of choral music for their Annual Spring Concert.

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Sturgeon Bay, Door County Lighthouse Festival (6/9 - 6/11): The Annual Door County Lighthouse Festival includes boat excursions and guided land-based tours to all 11 historic Door County, Wisconsin lighthouses.

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Sturgeon Bay, Side Pork Fest (6/10): All day festival featuring a variety of local bands, food, entertainment zones for kids and adults. Many varieties of side pork. Other events include a 5k run, kids' run, and a 15k relay run.

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Sturgeon Bay, Steel Bridge Songfest (6/8 - 6/11): Steel Bridge Songfest is the Greatest Original Songwriters’ festival in the Midwest. Songwriters of national, regional, and local acclaim come together to write songs inspired by Sturgeon Bay’s Histor

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Sturtevant, Bascom Hill (6/10): Bascom Hill is a trio of lager-loving, joke cracking, Wisconsin-raised musicians in the truest sense of the word.

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Sturtevant, Beyond Threshold (5/27): Conceived in 2011, this talented young band comprises of former members of several rock and metal outfits, and together are rapidly becoming one of the standouts in heavy metal.

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Sturtevant, Cold Kingdom, (5/26): Born of Minneapolis in 2014, Cold Kingdom is a full-out, juggernaut hard rock band that dispenses a lethal combination of fury and sentiment, delivering emotional lyrics wrapped in an unbreakable hard

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Sturtevant, Kaleido, (5/26): At the core, Kaleido is reminiscent of the piss-and-vinegar, stadium rock of a young Guns N’ Roses crossed and fused with the lovable, fun and energetic sensibilities of an early No Doubt.

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Sturtevant, SOiL (5/27): Formed in 1997, Chicago Heavy Rock band SOiL quickly took the scene by storm. The band has sold over 2 million albums worldwide and is best known for the hit singles "Halo", "Unreal", "Redefine", "The

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Sturtevant, Super Bob with special guests: American Grim and Three Left at Route 20 (5/25): Super Bob at Route 20 with special guests American Grim and Three Left, on the House of Harley-Davidson @ Route 20!

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Sturtevant, Well-Known Strangers (6/10): Well-Known Strangers has been entertaining Midwest audiences with a cello infused, alternative pop/rock, with a tinge-of-country-band sound.

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Summit Lake, Angell Park Flea Market (5/28): ANGELL PARK FLEA MARKET -- NEXT FLEA MARKET SUNDAY MAY 28TH 1st Sunday once each month. MAY THRU OCTOBER 8am to 3pm. Rain or Shine........Covered Pavilion Hwy. 19 and County N, on the South sid

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Sun Prairie, Motors & Music (6/2 - 6/3): The Motors and Music event starts with a beer tent, food and live music Friday night. The Classic Car Show show is Saturday . Over 200 cars and bikes featured last year.

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Sun Prairie, Taste of Sun Prairie (6/3): A chance to sample various food specialties from Sun Prairie restaurants. Live music, kids activites and beer garden.

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Sun Prairie, Taste of the Arts Fair (6/10): Fine arts and crafters from around the state in a beautiful park setting. Wine & Cheese tasting event. Free parking, food vendor booths, entertainment, children's playground and more.

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Taylor, Taylor Old Fashioned Days (6/1 - 6/4): Activities all 3 days including music, tractor ride, poker run, kids activities, food, beer tent, parade on Sunday at 1pm & much more. Buttons are required at most events.

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Thiensville, Gs Big Jig (6/2): Please join us for the first annual G's Big Jig 5K fun run/walk.

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Thorp, Thorp Dairy Days (6/2 - 6/4): Carnival, food vendors, youth baseball tournament, truck pull, music, Badger Dirt Flingers and a Sunday parade (starts at noon), polka music. Free admission all 3 days.

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Three Lakes, Northwoods Heritage Fest (6/11): We invite you to join us for the 6th annual Northwoods Heritage Fest. German, Polish, Italian and Wisconsin, USA, Three Lakes will be represented this year.

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Three Lakes, The Landscape of Guitar - Patchouli & Terra Guitarra June 1 (6/1): Please come and join us on June 1st at Three Lakes Center for the Arts. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Tomahawk, Rockin Tomahawk 5K Half Marathon (6/10): Rockin' Tomahawk 5K Half Marathon begins and ends at SARA Park with food, refreshments and live music.

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Trempealeau, Memorial Day Classes @ The Trempealeau Hotel Yard (5/29): Join me on Memorial Day for two outdoor workouts! If bad weather classes will be moved inside to GET Fit Studio.

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Twin Lakes, Lakewoods Lake to Lake 5k (6/3): Come join us for Lakewood's Lake to Lake 5k. Run or walk the scenic route that will take you from Lakewood to Lance Park and back to Lakewood. All participants will receive a race goodie bag.

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Two Rivers, Alpaca Spring Odyssey Festival (6/4): We will give everyone an opportunity to get up and personal with the gentle and rare alpaca and other animal guests for the day provided by Wildlife of Wisconsin.

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Two Rivers, Carp Fest and the Wisconsin Carp Championship (6/3 - 6/4): Catch & Release Carp Fishing from the shoreline; Spectators will be able to see all the fish being caught by World-class Anglers!

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Verona, 5th Gear at Hometown Days (6/2): Please come and join us on June 2nd at Hometown USA Community Park. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Verona, Verona Hometown Days feat. Thirsty Jones (6/1): Thirsty Jones will kick off Verona Hometown Days headlining the Beer Tent on Thursday June 1st.

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Wabeno, Ride for Research Dual Sport (6/10 - 6/11): The Ride for Research is a two-day dual sport motorcycle event based out of Wabeno in Forest County.

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Waterford, Waterford Spring Flea Market (5/27): We will have 30+ vendors outside. Flea market items include antiques, primatives, vintage, furniture, barnwood, collectibles, books, home decor and everything in between.

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Waukesha, Fiesta Waukesha (6/9 - 6/11): Fiesta Waukesha's mission is to promote multicultural awareness through a three-day music and cultural festival held on the banks of the Fox River.

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Waukesha, Memorial Day Murph at CFW (5/29): Bring a friend and join us for Murph on Memorial Day! This workout is in honor of Navy Lt. Michael Murphy who was killed in Afghanistan on June 28, 2005 at age 29.

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Waukesha, Tribute Tuesday Concert (6/13): Come and enjoy all your favorite songs as we pay tribute to some of your favorite artists!

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Waukesha, Wern Valley 200 Sporting Clays Championship (6/9 - 6/11): Annual championship draws in hundreds of shooters from all over the country to compete in six events with purses awarded; spectators are welcome

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Wausau, Badger State Games Adventure Race Event (5/27): Badger State Games Adventure Race Event. Compete for Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals. See website for complete details

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Wausau, Badger State Games Archery Event (6/10 - 6/11): Badger State Games Archery Event: Compete for Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals. See website for details.

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Wausau, Badger State Games Lacrosse Tournament (6/2 - 6/4): Badger State Summer Games Lacrosse Tournament. Compete for Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals.

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Wausau, Badger State Games Rib Falls Time Trials (6/2 - 6/3): Badger State Games 2 Day Rib Falls Time Trials. Compete for Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals. see website for more details.

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Wausau, Badger State Games Swimming Event (6/10 - 6/11): Badger State Games Swimming Event: Compete for Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals. See website for details.

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Wausau, Dead Horses (6/1): Following the release of their sophomore album Space and Time in 2014, Dead Horses have toured tirelessly.

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Wausau, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades (6/1): Progressive High-Energy String Band w/ roots in old-time, folk and bluegrass.

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Wausau, M.C. Escher: Reality and Illusion (3/4 - 5/28): The most iconic works by Dutch artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972), including a pair of hands drawing themselves and fish morphing into birds, are familiar to many.

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Wausau, Mad Anthony (6/9): The ferocious three pieces that make up Cincinnati's volatile rock n' roll unit, Mad Anthony, are driven and true.

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Wausau, Nature, Tradition & Innovation: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Gordon Brodfuehrer Collectio (6/3 - 8/27): Innovative and bold sculptural forms by more than forty contemporary Japanese ceramists, inspired by the natural world, depict mountains, waterfalls, ocean shores, and bamboo groves.

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Wausau, The Murph Challenge (5/29): Please come and join us on May 29th at CrossFit Bull Falls. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Wauwatosa, Bockenplautz Red Dot Return (6/2): Return gig for Wauwatosa's best new music venue and only place for kick-ass poutine, the Red Dot Tosa!

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Wauwatosa, Home and Garden Sale (6/2): Shop for one-of-a-kind items at the Wauwatosa Historical Society Neighborhood Home and Garden Sale.

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Wauwatosa, Milwaukee Highland Games & Scottish Fest 2017 (6/3): Throughout the day, guests will be exposed to cricket and axe throwing demonstrations, Highland dancing and all sorts of Scottish staples.

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Wauwatosa, Wait For Morning (6/8): Based in Milwaukee, Dan and Caleb from "Wait For Morning" have been playing live music together since 2006.

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West Allis, Downtown West Allis Ala Carte (6/4): It is a venue to unite schools, churches, civic organizations, community artists, youth programs, businesses, and the City of West Allis with the community and with each other.

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West Allis, Jocks vs Nerds Karaoke Night (5/30): Jocks vs. nerds, brawn vs. brain, hunks vs. dweebs...Come dress up and pick your side. Drink specials and great food as well as some karaoke fun!

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West Allis, Memorial Day Murph and cookout (5/29): Come join us for our last Memorial Day "Murph" workout at this location. It's been an annual tradition where we endure a tough workout together to honor the fallen.

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West Allis, West Allis A La Carte 2017 (6/4): West Allis A La Carte is a seasonal festival that takes place at Greenfield Avenue Between 70th & 76th Streets.

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West Bend, Contemporary Threads: Wisconsin Fashion (6/3 - 8/20): Jaw-dropping, gorgeous designs of ten contemporary designers, changing the fashion status quo, will make a statement in MOWA’s State Gallery.

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West Bend, Daniel Arnold: A Paparazzo for Strangers (6/11 - 9/17): Daniel Arnold prowls the streets of New York City, snapping image after image before scurrying on in search of his next subject–in his own words, a “paparazzo for strangers.”

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West Bend, Memorial Day Murph (5/29): In memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, who was killed in Afghanistan while protecting our freedom on June 28th, 2005, we will be doing our 3rd annual Memorial Day Murph on Monday, May 29th.

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West Bend, Washington County Breakfast on the Farm (6/10): Breakfast includes all-you-can-eat pancakes plus a serving of eggs with ham, applesauce, cheese, sausage, milk and coffee.

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Westfield, Dairylicious Day (6/10): Join us in Westfield for a weekend of fun for the whole family. This day will be filled with food, music, games and more!

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Weston, Parking Lot Party 2 w/ Brad Emanuel, Sidney Rose, Charlie Strong (6/2): It's time to party outside Weston! Brad Emanuel, Sidney Rose & Charlie Strong bring the fun to Weston for the 2nd Annual Parking Lot Party on Friday, June 2nd at 7:00pm!

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Whitewater, Kettle Moraine 100 Endurance Runs (6/3 - 6/4): 100-km, 100-mile solo, 100-mile relay, 50-km and 38-mile night fun run all through the scenic Kettle Moraine State Forest. Challenge yourself during these annual Kettle Races.

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Whitewater, Noah James Hittner (6/6): Influenced by everything from folk rock to hip-hop, Noah James Hittner's sound inspires the mind and warms the heart.

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Wisconsin Dells, Corvette Adventure (6/8 - 6/10): Corvette Adventures, in its tenth year, is a Corvette driving event at Chula Vista Resort featuring multiple road tours of varying lengths leading to exciting and fun destinations.

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Wisconsin Dells, Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets (6/9 - 6/11): Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets present “Everything Old is New Again” Experience classic Americana that spans the genres of doo-wop and rock ‘n’ roll, as the Four Guyz in Dinner Jackets serve to you the b

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Wisconsin Dells, Taste of the Dells (6/9 - 6/10): Celebrate the start of summer with tasty samples from many Dells area restaurants.

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Wonewoc, Huli Huli Chicke (and Pork Chops) (5/28): Our Famous Huli Huli Chicken and Pork Chops returns for the summer!!!! Served with coleslaw and King Hawaiian dinner rolls. $10 per serving. Also featuring local (DONATED) musical talent.

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Wonewoc, Second Sundays at the Painted Forest (6/11): Free art making activities for all ages and abilities, docent tours, and live musical performances. Food concessions available. Painted Forest is open to the public every weekend from June to mid-Octo

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