Editor's Choice Events for Wisconsin
Spooner, Heritage Day Canoe & Wooden Boat Show (5/25): 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...
Menomonee Falls, Learn Soap Making (7/7): Come join the fun and learn to make real, cold process soap!
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Albany, Yesteryears Celebration (5/24 - 5/27): Softball tournaments at Village Park both Saturday and Sunday. Monday - Memorial Day Parade and so much more!
Algoma, BrewVino Roast (6/8): $25 ticket price includes admission, delicious food, water, a commemorative glass, and fantastic tunes provided by Conscious Pilot and Mocking Bird!
Appleton, Appleton Carnival for Kids (5/25): Princess My Party is a charity organization that donates character appearances throughout Wisconsin for charitable organizations, hospitals, hospice, and benefits that help Wisconsin Kids.
Appleton, Appleton Flag Day Parade (6/8): Come enjoy the United States' oldest Flag Day Parade as we celebrate America with bands, floats and other displays.
Appleton, Belief Retreat Appleton WI (6/1): Get your hands on some of the best essential oil products out there. Your Oil Tools will also have a pop-up shop open all day for your convenience.
Appleton, John Prine (5/24): Public Onsale : Fri, 14 Dec 2018 at 10:00 AM
Appleton, Kids Day at Plamann Park (6/8): Kids Day at Plamann Park is a fundraising event in support of new community play structures in Plamann Park.
Appleton, Noon Day Sun - Album Release Show (5/25): Come out to hear some great music from Noah John and Ringing Iron who are releasing their third full length album, Noonday Sun.
Appleton, Readings with Mary (5/25): Mary uses her intuitive skills along with her Osho Zen cards and knowledge in Astrology to channel needed information about your life or situation.
Ashland, Kids Fishing Day (6/1): There’s nothing like the thrill of that first tug on your fishing line—you have to feel
Baileys Harbor, Gin Strings (5/24): An acoustic progressive string band with roots in bluegrass, folk and Americana, with 33 interchangeable strings and vibrant vocal harmonies.
Baileys Harbor, Ridges Sanctuary - Festival of Nature (5/24 - 5/26): For nature enthusiasts, there’s no time of year quite as exciting as spring. And in spring, there’s no place like Door County.
Baraboo, Military Service Day (5/25): Free admission for all Veterans, active duty military personnel, Reservists, and their families on this one special day.
Bayfield, Bayfield Garden Tour (6/1): Visitors will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the plants at 20 of Bayfield’s finest gardens.
Black River Falls, Ho-Chunk Pow-Wow (5/25 - 5/27): Twice a year, Memorial Day and Labor Day, the Ho-Chunk welcome all friends and neighbors to attend their pow-wow held as a celebration of thanks.
Brillion, BrillionFest (6/7 - 6/8): Friday-famous electric light street parade at 9pm; Saturday fun and games for all ages.
Brillion, Kids Day Tri-Country (6/2): A special day dedicated to health, safety and environmental issues.
Bristol, Batty About Bats! (5/31): This is a Leave No Child Inside event. Come learn about the wonderful world of bats – how they use echolocation and how bats eat insects and not people!
Brown Deer, Eat & Greet on the Street (6/1): Brown Deer will be celebrating the 6th annual Eat & Greet on the Street in the Original Village.
Burlington, Chocoholic Superhero 5K (5/26): Join us for a beautiful run along the Fox River. NEW THIS YEAR is the addition of the 10K and New and improved route for both the 5K and 10K.
Burlington, Party with the Perennials (6/8): Kettle Moraine Land Trust (KMLT) is having a party and everyone’s invited: Saturday, June 8, from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Northwind Perennial Farm, 7047 Hospital Road, Burlington, Wisconsin 53105.
Cable, Borah Epic (6/8): Racers will traverse rocks, roots and navigate through pine groves, all while enjoying the epic single track that has inspired us to stage this race from the very beginning.
Cable, Rumble On The Lake (5/31 - 6/1): Motorcycle Ride around Lake Namakagon. Live music, great food and raffles.
Catawba, Lumbermans Day (6/8): This event is sponsored by the Catawba-Kennan Lions Club. Enjoy various activities @ Catawba Village Park
Cedarburg, Maxwell Street Days (5/26 - 10/6): You will find over 100 volunteer members along with their family and friends helping to serve up food/beverages and assist you throughout the grounds.
Chippewa Falls, Chippewa Valley Century Ride (5/26): Starting at Irvine Park-Bridgewater Avenue. Century Ride (30, 50, 75 or 100 miles). Rest stops with food and water, sag wagon, and brat feed.
Crivitz, Crivitz Flea & Farmers Market (5/23 - 8/29): Treasure seekers and bargain hunters.........looking to go treasure hunting? Our market offers a wide variety of bargains, treasures, and unique items for everyone.
De Pere, Celebrate De Pere (5/24 - 5/27): "Parade on Monday. Headliner Joel Nichols on May 25 at 8pm
New Location this year. "
Delafield, Delafield Spring Art Walk (5/31): The sidewalks of downtown Delafield come alive with color and music during the (spring and fall) art walks.
Delavan, Beatles Tribute (6/7 - 6/9): Opening our show season for the third time at The Belfry is American English! Having sold out every performance so far, you will not want to miss this expert group of musicians!
Dodgeville, 7th Annual BGTS Pregnancy and Infant Loss Memorial Walk (5/25): If you are unable to attend the walk, but still want to support BGTS and get an official Walk T-Shirt, select the "Walk in Spirit Registration". This option is $20. You will receive your shirt in the
Dresser, Memorial 4X4 Total Off-Road Rally (5/24 - 5/27): Friday night truck pull. Saturday Monster Truck show, Off Road Racing and Go-4 Big Air Car Jump. Camping, free firewood, free showers
Eagle, Fishing Has No Boundaries (5/31 - 6/2): 26th anniversary of the Fishing Has No Boundaries event here in Eagle River. It is a three day fishing event for the disabled angler on the beautiful Eagle River Chain of Lakes.
Eau Claire, 45th Annual Parade Of Homes (6/8 - 6/15): Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the first home you visit. Advance tickets are available at Gordy's Market (Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls) and Menards.
Eau Claire, Elvessa Live at The Plus (5/25): She is both the great great grandmother and the estranged love child of alternative songstress Lizzy Diane and various accompanists.
Eau Claire, Memorial Day Murph (5/25): What is Murph? Murph is a workout that may be done many different ways, but it consists of: 1 mile run, 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups, 300 squat, 1 mile run.
Eau Claire, Taste Of The Valley (6/2): Phoenix Park will be transformed into a festival grounds celebrating the culinary arts and showcasing the fine restaurants in our area.
Eau Claire, Teamwork Africa 8th Celebration (5/31): The Celebration is nearly here! Come and join us for this FREE event to learn about how God has been working in Liberia through Teamwork Africa.
Elkhart Lake, Elkhart Lakes triathlon (6/8): Compete with (or observe) hundreds of well-trained athletes at Elkhart Lake's triathlon.
Elkhorn, Antique Flea Market (5/19 - 9/29): Over 500 dealers offering a wide range of merchandise from furniture in the rough to fine refinished, glassware to pottery, decoys to dolls and everything else in between.
Elkhorn, Elkhorn Antique Flea Market (5/19 - 9/29): The Elkhorn Antique Flea Market is held four times a year at the Walworth County Fairgrounds.
Ellison Bay, Docent-Led Hikes (5/25): The terrain is a bit rugged in places, and sturdy walking shoes are highly recommended.
Ellison Bay, Spring Wildflower Hike (5/24): Take to the woods with the park naturalist to learn all about spring wildflowers. Identification tips, facts and folklore will be discussed along the way.
Fennimore, Fun Fest (5/31 - 6/1): Carnival back by popular demand, dodge ball tournaments begins Friday night concluding with fireworks.
Fifield, Lawnmower Races (5/26): Please Join us For our Lawnmower Races on May 26, 2019. Time trials noon, races 1pm, Sponsored by the Fifield Fire Department.
Fish Creek, Opening Reception (5/24): For "Magic Landscapes." Featuring an artists talk.
Fish Creek, Plant Sale (5/25): Shop a variety of local vegetable plants, herb pots, hanging baskets, shrubs, bushes and trees.
Fond Du Lac, Art on the Island (6/2): Join us for the 51st Annual Art on the Island! Walk through Lakeside Park, along the shores of Lake Winnebago, as you browse the works of over 70 artists from all over the Midwest.
Fond Du Lac, Birky Challenge (6/1): There are 3 routes to choose from, 67, 40, and 20 miles, all routes start and finish at the same location Grace Christian Church.
Fond Du Lac, Blossom Faire (6/1): Celebrate the beginning of summer at the Galloway House and Village during our 3rd Annual Blossom Faire!
Fond Du Lac, Cleveland/ Srixon Demo Day (6/1): Test out the newest equipment from Cleveland & Srixon. Personal fittings available as well. Special pricing available the day of the event!
Fond Du Lac, JUNETEENTH Celebration (6/1): This will be Ebony Vision's 11th Annual JUNETEENTH Celebration! This historical event has FREE admission.
Fond Du Lac, Walleye Weekend (6/7 - 6/9): Walleye Weekend celebrates its 41st anniversary with free family fun for everyone!
Fort Atkinson, Fort Koshkonong Rendezvous at Rock River Park (5/25 - 5/26): Take a step back in time with the early pioneers of the 1800s, as people reenact this historical time period. Stroll through the park and view demonstrations and exhibits of how tasks were accomplishe
Gays Mills, Crawford County Dairy Breakfast (6/1): Breakfast includes pancakes, sausage links, sliced cheese, cottage cheese, cheese curds, pudding, applesauce, milk & coffee along with chocolate shakes and Culvers custard.
Grafton, 2019 Beer on the Bridge (6/8): The event features 30+ craft breweries, food trucks, live music from Maple Road Blues band all afternoon!
Green Bay, 2019 St. Matthew Parish Picnic (6/2): Everyone is welcome to the 2019 picnic! Enjoy booyah, burgers, brats, and so much more! Purchase bake sale goodies and enjoy a sundae or treat from the ice cream & popcorn booth.
Green Bay, 24th Annual Golf Outing (5/24): SAVE THE DATE for a day of golf and fun at Thornberry Creek at Oneida while raising money towards the scholarship program for native youth.
Green Bay, Green Bay Botanical Garden - Garden Fair (5/31 - 6/1): Shop selections from local plant professionals featuring annuals, perennials, containers, hanging baskets, succulents, shrubs and more!
Green Bay, Green Bay: Scan n Cut Event (6/1): Do you have a scan and cut or are thinking of getting one? Come join us and learn to scan in a design, edit and cut.
Green Bay, Little Chutes and Ladders (6/7 - 6/22): Baumeister Sodas and Diamonds and Gold present Let Me Be Frank Productions’ all-new comedy musical, “Little Chutes and Ladders” this June.
Green Bay, Open Gym (5/24): Please join us at Starz Gymnastics Academy for our weekly Open Gym this Friday, May 24, 2019 at 7:00 PM.
Green Bay, Sanity Artist Reception (5/31): The Art Garage presents SANITY - An exhibition focusing on mental health.
Green Bay, Woodland Indian Art Show and Market (5/24 - 5/26): The Woodland Indian Art Show and Market (WIAS&M) is an art competition and market showcasing the unique artistic styles of Native American Nations!
Green Lake, 2019 LWVWI Annual Meeting (6/8): Join the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin at the 2019 LWVWI Annual Meeting where we will gather to learn, share ideas, and enjoy fellowship.
Green Lake, Green Lake 100 Bike Ride (5/26): There is a bigger and better Green Lake 100 Bike Ride coming your way in 2019! Please join other riders at the end of the ride to enjoy a meal and relaxing music at the Deacon Mill Park upon finishing
Green Lake, Providing a Permanent Sanctuary to Monkeys in Need (6/10): After 16 years of efforts, fundraising, and overcoming challenges, Primates Incorporated helped six monkeys retire to its enriching and spacious sanctuary located near Westfield, WI. Amy Kerwin, the f
Hartford, Liza & Judy (5/31): Direct from Las Vegas comes a dazzling tribute to famed mother-daughter duo, Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli.
Hayward, Northern Pike Challenge (5/25): One-day Northern Pike fishing tournament on Callahan Lake and Mud Lake. $5 entry fee.
Hayward, Women’s Mountain Bike Weekend (5/31 - 6/2): 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
Hazel Green, Blueberry Jam Music Festival 2019 (5/26 - 5/27): Music Festival held Memorial Day weekend at The Sandy Hook Tavern to support local causes and honor the late Garrett Wade Stephens.
Highland, Great Wine and Chocolate Trail (5/25 - 5/26): Fine wines and decadent chocolates combined with the scenic winding roads through the hills of Southwest Wisconsin are a true treat for the senses.
Hortonville, Hortonville Homecoming Celebration (5/31 - 6/1): Join us for this Annual Hortonville event (formerly Chocolate Fest)! The event kicks off Friday with Carnival rides and a fish fry.
Hudson, Praire Day (6/1): Join the St. Croix Prairie Enthusiasts and other local organizations as you learn about the beauty and importance of prairie ecosystems. There will be hikes, exhibits, movies, and more!
Jacksonport, Lakeside Park - MaiFest 2019 (5/25 - 5/26): Art fair, fun run, food, music, parade, and more on May 25, 2019 - May 26, 2019 @ Lakeside Park
Janesville, Brat Fry with Anytime Catering (5/31): Join us Friday May 31st from 4:30-8:30PM for our first summer BRAT FRY put on by Anytime Catering!! They will be featuring delicious Busted Knuckle Brats and Double Burgers.
Janesville, Fruits Of The Vine At Fermenting Cellars! (6/1): We make our return to this beautiful location for a retirement party in the afternoon and another show in the evening. Last time we had huge fun here and we expect the same again!
Janesville, Improv Comedy Troupe (6/8): Janesville's Improv Comedy Troupe is a comical, unscripted theatrical improv show.
Janesville, Janesville Aruna Run/Walk 2019 (6/8): 5K & 1-Mile Run/Walk. The race will help kick-off Playpalooza, a first-year family focused event held in downtown Janesville in conjunction with 608 Day. Stick around after the race for a post-race co
Janesville, Janesville Jazz Fest (6/1): Don't miss this great kickoff to a summer of fun activities and music, brought to you by FirstEvents and the First Lutheran Church.
Janesville, Rock RiverWine Walk (5/18 - 9/28): Pick up your commemorative wine glass and taste different wines at your favorite downtown businesses.
Janesville, Worship in The Park! (5/26): Faith Lutheran Church will be hosting Worship in the Park at Peace Park on May 26th!
Kenosha, Hot Cars on Ice! Car Show (6/9): This is the 5th annual car show. All makes and models, cars and trucks, are welcome.
La Crosse, Artist Reception (5/31): Meet and celebrate with current Pump House featured artists. Enjoy refreshments, complimentary wine (until 6 pm), great music and company.
La Crosse, Feng Shui From the Heart, Part I (5/31): Feng shui (prounounced “fung shway) is an ancient practice, both an art and a science, traced back for more than 3,000 years to China.
La Crosse, Jenna Rae at 4th Street (5/24): Back by popular demand, Jenna Rae brings her acoustic duo with guitarist Tim Schroeder back to 4th Street Bar and Catering for a night of variety cover tunes.
La Crosse, Keith and the Stateline Playboys (5/26): Polkas, Waltzes, and Fox trot to Keith and the Stateline Playboys! Everyone over 90 gets in free! Singles welcome
La Crosse, Monkey Brunch (5/26): This is a free event (other than the cost of your meal), but please let us know if you're planning on coming so we can make reservations.
Lodi, 9th Annual Scrabble Run for Autism (5/26): A Scrabble spin on a Poker Run. Participants receive Scrabble letter tiles at the start, and pick up more letter tiles at each stop on the group ride. Sign-up in advance and get extra bonus tiles!
Luck, Spring Plant Sale (5/24 - 5/25): SALE UPDATE!!! After a 16 year run we have rebranded the Garden Art Sale into something a bit simpler that we are calling Spring Plant Sale and local food fair.
Madison, 2019 Pride Prom (6/1): Pride Prom is a safe and sober event for LGBTQ+ youth ages 13-19 with dancing and a lot of fun!
Madison, 301 presents Rivals (5/26): 301 and Crucible presents RIVALS with special guests One Road to Rome, Resistance, Fade to Red on Sunday, May 26, 2019 at 6 PM.
Madison, 608 Day! (6/8): Join us in Greater Madison for 608 Day! Visit local attractions, festivals, restaurants and more to celebrate all the wonderful things we love about Madison and the 608 area.
Madison, A Big Band Benefit for Primates Incorporated (6/9): Enjoy a variety of big-band jazz tunes performed by the The Madison Jazz Orchestra! Door proceeds benefit the Primates Incorporated sanctuary.
There will also be a silent auction of unique items to
Madison, Berry Bash: A Noteworthy Night (6/1): Join us for great views, a good cause and an evening of entertainment on the 8th floor of The Spark building – thank you to the American Family Institute for Corporate and Social Impact for hosting us
Madison, BLW Youth Picnic Fundraiser (5/31): Join us for our annual spring picnic! All money raised will benefit BLW's Elementary and Teen Summer Camps!
Madison, Brat Fest Bun Run (5/25): The Brat Fest 10K Bun Run starts and finishes on the grounds of Willow Island.
Madison, Daniel Volovets at Cafe Coda (5/24): Join Daniel at Cafe CODA in Madison, WI for a solo performance of favorites from his repertoire as well as selections from his new album “Masquerade." CDs will be available for sale.
Madison, Free Fishing Weekend (6/1 - 6/2): 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.
Madison, Hoot n Annie String Band (5/25): Great songs sung in 5 part harmony backed by guitars, fiddles, banjos, cello, ukelele bass and harmonica is the Hoot 'n Annie String Band.
Madison, In the Studio (6/1 - 8/11): Curated by the Chazen’s director Amy Gilman, this exhibition focuses attention on the artist’s studio, and the unique environments in which artists do their work.
Madison, Iron Man 70.3 (6/9): Building on the success of IRONMAN Wisconsin this race will begin along the shore of Olin Park in Madison.
Madison, Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer (6/8 - 9/15): MMoCA is pleased to announce the 2019 presentation of artist Jeffrey Gibson’s first major museum exhibition.
Madison, Keefe Jackson Quartet (5/25): This is a rare opportunity to hear these four musicians, from the worlds of new music, free jazz, and the non-context in their natural habitat, stretching out.
Madison, Lets Kick Hunger (6/1): Summer is coming! Join Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin and Forward Madison FC to help kick hunger during this inaugural season!
Madison, MSCC Dyno Days at Kelly Moss (6/1): We’ve had a great time in previous visits playing with Kelly Moss’ Mustang All-Wheel Drive Dyno – so we’re headed back for another round – perfect timing to kick off the season.
Madison, Pop up Sunday Yoga! (5/26): This past Sunday was sooo awesome and I’d say definitely a hit for the pop up Sunday Yoga!!
Madison, Shimon Attie: The Crossing (4/20 - 9/29): MMoCA is partnering with the University of Wisconsin on an Art History course called Design Thinking for Exhibitions.
Madison, Summer Kickoff Cookout (5/24): After a long winter and short spring, we are kicking off summer a bit early with an outdoor cookout!
Madison, Tiptree Auction (5/25): The Tiptree Auction at WisCon is the premiere fund-raising event for the Tiptree Award, as well as a highlight of WisCon programming.
Madison, Tony Barba Quartet (5/31): Barba's new quartet presents all original music written specifically for this regional group of all-star musicians.
Madison, Tyanna Buie: After Image (5/4 - 9/22): MMoCA will present Tyanna Buie: After Image in the State Street Gallery. The exhibition represents the culmination of the artist’s multi-year research into and excavation of her childhood.
Madison, Ultrea LIVE At BRATfest (5/25): Ultrea is Returning to the Island stage and keeping the energy going at 1pm so come and enjoy with us!
Madison, Worlds Largest BRAT Fest (5/24 - 5/26): You’ve been freezing your buns all winter, so Cele-BRAT-e the official start of summer with Brat Fest, Memorial Day weekend at Willow Island!
Maiden Rock, Rush River Folk Festival (5/25): On Saturday, May 25, music fans and others who love outdoor events in Wisconsin will assemble in Maiden Rock for the 6th annual Rush River Folk Festival.
Malone, Music on the Patio-Jim and Nancy (5/25): Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups, and entertainers.
Manitowish Waters, Birding Festival (5/31 - 6/1): The North Lakeland Discovery Center Bird Club and Discovery Center invite you to explore the wonders of birding in Wisconsin’s Northwoods during peak warbler migration.
Manitowoc, 8th Annual HFM Maritime Marathon (6/9): Don't miss out on an awesome opportunity to enjoy the Lake Michigan shoreline and experience the Maritime Capital of Wisconsin.
Manitowoc, HFM Maritime Marathon (6/9): Wisconsin’s premier east coast marathon! This out-and-back course features amazing views of Lake Michigan’s shoreline as you run from Manitowoc to Two Rivers.
Markesan, Markesan June Dairy Days (6/7 - 6/9): Come and be part of Markesan’s biggest celebration and have a milk with us.
Marshfield, ACO Wisconsin State Cornhole Tournament (5/31 - 6/1): The American Cornhole Organization will be holding the Wisconsin State Cornhole (Bag Toss) Championships Tournament, the sport that's fun for everyone!
Marshfield, DairyFest (5/31 - 6/2): Marshfield is “Dairy Proud” to present its 38th annual Dairyfest event. This community tradition provides fun for the whole family during these dairy-licious days.
Mayville, Polka Dances (5/25): Even if you don’t dance, come and enjoy your afternoon taking in the festivities for young and old alike.
Menasha, Jeeves Intervenes (6/7 - 6/14): 1920s high-society London is once again thrown into chaos by hapless playboy Bertie Wooster, this time in cahoots with his old school chum Eustace Bassington-Bassington.
Menomonee Falls, Learn Soap Making (7/7): Come join the fun and learn to make real, cold process soap!
Menomonie, 4th Annual Riggs Run/Walk (6/1): Join us for this unique run/walk that provides an opportunity to participate WITH YOUR DOG
Mercer, Lupine Junefest Bike Tour (6/8): The 13th Annual Lupine Junefest Bike Tour celebrates the blossoming lupines and the beginning of summer.
Middleton, Burgers & Brew (6/1): Kick off summer with local burger and beer pairings, live music, and more!
Milton, Wallys Music Fest (5/31 - 6/1): Hair Nation returns to Milton in this 80's themed music fest!
Milwaukee, Bay View Gallery Night (5/31): Join us Friday May 31st for Bay View Gallery Night. Art will be on display from Jessica Bradway and Becky Tesch and we'll be offering FREE ear acupuncture from 5-7:30pm!
Milwaukee, Behavior & Social Strategies Seminar (6/1): This popular seminar will cover: Behavior basics and effective strategies you can use to prevent and respond to your child’s behavior
Milwaukee, Charles Radtke: Contained (4/19 - 8/25): Charles Radtke: Contained is the first retrospective exhibition for the renowned furniture maker based in Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
Milwaukee, Harambee Riverwest Mural Bike Tour (5/25): Red Bike & Green-Milwaukee presents a bike tour of some of the finest murals of the sister neighborhoods- Harambee and Riverwest co-sponsored by Wisconsin Bike Fed.
Milwaukee, Hip-Hop Against Heroin (5/31): We just want to spark a conversation. One strong voice could save a lot of lives.
Milwaukee, June Community Pet Clinic (6/1): Join Friends of MADACC and the Urban Ecology Center for a low-cost pet clinic in Milwaukee!
Milwaukee, MAC Boxing Night 2019 (5/31): Be part on MAC Boxing Night 2019 on Friday, May 31, 2019 at 5:30 PM at The Grain Exchange.
Milwaukee, Money Skills Workshop _ Makers & Creatives (5/25): Learn the basic fundamentals of tracking money in your business. You'll understand your money flow, be able to make better decisions and keep more of the money that you make.
Milwaukee, Moth Story Slam: Mama Rules (5/24): Come check out another club social event centered around people sharing their own personal stories in front of a live crowd.
Milwaukee, Riverwest FemFest 2019 (5/26 - 6/2): An annual community festival and fundraiser in the Riverwest, Milwaukee, WI celebrating strong, talented women in our community.
Milwaukee, So MILWAUKEE Night (5/24): A Night celebrating everything Milwaukee! Food/beer tasting. Live Music.
Milwaukee, Spirng on Brady- Annual Art Walk (6/1): Over 30 merchants will be hosting live artists from painting and sketching, chalk drawing, pottery, puppy printing and even blacksmithing!
Milwaukee, The Power of Poison (3/2 - 7/7): Toxin or Tonic? Lifesaver or Life-Taker? The Power of Poison is fatal fun where you will discover the complex role of poison from aphrodisiac and self-defense to lethal weapons and medical miracles.
Milwaukee, Tinker Bell (4/26 - 6/2): Journey to Neverland as a twinkling new light shines on the adventures of Peter Pan, Wendy, the Lost Boys, and Captain Hook – all from the unique and magical perspective of the feisty fairy, Tinker Be
Milwaukee, Wilde Subaru Family Kite Festival (5/25 - 5/26): The Kite Society of Wisconsin & Illinois, along with Gift of Wings, are presenting the Wilde Subaru Frank Mots Int'l Kite Festival in Veterans Park on Milwaukee's lakefront.
Mineral Point, Gallery Night (5/31 - 6/1): From potters to painters, woodworkers to weavers, printmakers to photographers and more, Mineral Point is home to some talented folks.
Monroe, Concert On The Square (5/31 - 8/16): Live music on the lawn of the Historic Green County Courthouse, food and beverage stands, bring your lawn chair for an evening of family fun.
Monroe, Sunday Afternoon Dances : Whether you enjoy an Old World polka or schottisch, ballroom dancing or rock'n'roll, you won't be disappointed when you attend our Sunday Afternoon Dances, complete with live music by popular old-time
Neillsville, Make-A-Wish Truck Convoy (6/8): All vehicle convoy to benefit MAKE-A-WISH foundation. Food all day, silent auction, craft sale, door prizes and activities for kids.
Nekoosa, Point Basse Pioneer Festival (6/8 - 6/9): The Point Basse Pioneer Festival is the premier event at Historic Point Basse. Visit the site and participate in the activities of the day.
New Glarus, Roger Bright Polka Festival (6/7 - 6/8): Polka bands from Wisconsin and the Midwest in the big tent downtown - free admission.
New Richmond, Park Art Fair (6/7 - 6/8): This popular event attracts huge crowds and we encourage you to share the experience and join the fun.
Oak Creek, Art In The Park (5/25): Celebrate the artist in us all! Local professional and student artisans join together to share their talents with the community.
Oak Creek, Oak Creek Art in the Park (5/25): Very excited to be holding the 4th Annual Art in the Park in Oak Creek on Saturday May 25, 2019. This event is held adjacent to Oak Creek High School in the beautiful Henry Miller Park.
Oconomowoc, Bands At The Beach (6/7 - 8/16): Head down to the band shell at City Beach on Fridays in June, July and August for a free concert.
Ogema, German Settlement Barn Dance (5/26): Dance in the hay mow of an actual working farm to a variety of music provided by a DJ for young and old alike at this annual event.
Oshkosh, 2019 Father Carrs Bridge Walk (6/1): Join us on June 1 as we celebrate the Oshkosh community and raise funds for Father Carr’s Place 2B with a Bridge Walk over scenic Lake Butte des Morts.
Oshkosh, Loaves and Fishes (6/1): An ecumenical mission hosted at Trinity to reach out to the hungry in our community by providing a nourishing, hot meal to our neighbors in need.
Oshkosh, Recon Boats Demo Day (6/1): Love fishing? Love boats? If you said yes to either of those questions then come join Lakeside Marina as we host Recon Boats with on-the-water demo rides with the pros!
Phillips, Putt Run Motorcycle Ride (6/1): We are giving Bikers a break from fundraising this year by having a good old Poker Run ride through RAIN or SHINE.
Pleasant Prairie, Pleasant Prairie Cup Triathlon (6/2): Cheer on teenage athletes who aspire to national and international-level competition. USA Triathlon coordinates a series of draft-legal racing opportunities for this purpose.
Portage, Alison Margaret (6/8): This concert is rescheduled from the canceled Feb 23, 2019 event.
Princeton, Rubber Chicken Fling (5/26): Annual Rubber Chicken Fling offers great FREE family fun! Held in conjunction with Unity's Spring Craft Fair.
Racine, RAR “Live” (5/26): Come out and enjoy incredible food and drink On the patio with a view of the lake and some RAR entertainment??Sunday!
Reedsburg, Rotary Fly-In/Drive-In Breakfast (6/2): Rotary Club of Reedsburg sponsors the Fly-In/Drive-In Breakfast. @ Reedsburg Municipal Airport 1720 E. Main Street!
Rhinelander, 33rd Art Fair on the Courthouse Lawn (6/8): Join us for the 33rd annual Art Fair on the Courthouse Lawn. The event includes over 100 arts and crafts booths, activities, plenty of food and entertainment.
Richfield, Step Back in Time (6/9): Spend an enjoyable Sunday afternoon at the Richfield Historical Park by visiting historic buildings and learning how day-to-day duties were done long ago. Buildings Open: Blacksmith Shop, Sugar Shack
Richland Center, A.D. German Warehouse: Wright of Spring (6/1): The A.D. German Warehouse Conservancy, Inc. annual "Wright of Spring" celebration will include docent led tours of The A.D. German Warehouse.
River Falls, Town N Country Day (6/9): Celebrate the agricultural heritage of River Falls and the surrounding communities featuring a day of fun interactive activities for the entire family!
Saint Croix Falls, Barrel Tasting Weekend (5/25 - 5/26): Visit our winery during the barrel tasting weekend for a once a year glimpse at how the wines are maturing in our oak casks.
Saint Croix Falls, City Of Trails 5K & Rock N River 10K (6/8): Jun 8, 2019. Kids 1K Trail Run begins at 8:20am. Half Marathon at 8:30am. 5K &10K Trail Run, 9am simultaneous start at St. Croix Falls Middle School
Saint Germain, B. Bruce Krier Annual Golf Event (6/7): The B. Bruce Krier Angel On My Shoulder Golf Spectacular was established in 1996 as the major fundraiser for our programs.
Saint Germain, Classic Sled Round Up (5/25 - 5/26): Join us each year Memorial Day Weekend for our Annual Cook Out at the Snowmobile Hall of Fame(SHOF) on Saturday night.
Shawano, Shawano Sundrop Dayz (5/31 - 6/1): Bring your family and friends to the third Annual fun-filled Sundrop Dayz. Friday night fish fry, kid’s activities and live music by “The Vic Ferrari Band” from 6:30-9:30pm.
Sheboygan, Bedtime Stories (5/31): What's your favorite book to read before bed? Head to Bookworm Gardens on Friday May 31 from 5:30 - 7 PM for the return of Bedtime Stories!
Sheboygan, Migratory Bird Hike (5/25): Explore the newly protected Willow Creek preserve in the City of Sheboygan and keep your eyes and ears open for the sights and sounds of various bird species.
Sheboygan, Sheboygasm (5/25): After Midnight Entertainment, the Better Breakbeat Bureau, and War Drums Crew are all getting together to fire it up at Pinky's in Sheboygan!
Silver Lake, National Trails Day (6/1): 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.
Sister Bay, Corner of the Past Farmers Market (5/25): Featuring produce, honey, meats, eggs, flowers, bakery, preserves, hand-made crafts, photography, local artists as part of our Heritage Programs, and musical entertainment.
Slinger, Mega Rummage Sale (5/31 - 6/1): Please come and support our wonderful rummage sale. There will be a bake sale, food stand and awesome, awesome deals!
Spooner, Family Festival (6/1): Spend an afternoon with your family at the fun-filled family festival in Spooner.
Spooner, Heritage Day Canoe & Wooden Boat Show (5/25): 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...
Sturgeon Bay, Sturgeon Bay Fine Art Fair (5/25 - 5/26): This popular Memorial Day weekend event combines fine art of all mediums from more than 100 exhibitors, live entertainment, food and children’s activities.
Sturgeon Bay, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (5/24): A detective unravels the story of Leonard Pelkey, a tenaciously optimistic and flamboyant fourteen-year-old boy who goes missing. $30/adults. $12/students.
Tomah, TACUs Annual Brat Sale and Raffle (5/24): TACU is hosting their Annual Brat Sale and Raffles to benefit the Tomah Veteran's Assistance Foundation. Raffle tickets can be purchased all month long at the credit union.
Valders, June 2019 Camp Sinawa Ride Weekend (5/31 - 6/2): Join us for a fun-filled weekend of riding the trails of Camp Sinawa! We'll begin with a night ride Friday night (optional) then some socializing in the lodge or around the fire.
Verona, Verona Hometown Days (5/30 - 6/2): A four day event celebrating the Verona Community! Verona Hometown Days supports the local non-profits of Verona.
Viroqua, Windings Roads Art Tour (6/1 - 6/2): Treat yourself to a weekend of creativity and inspiration on this self-guided tour through the beauty of the Driftless landscape.
Washington Island, A.J. Croce (5/25): A piano man and a vocal stylist second. His muted growl pulls from a host of American traditions and anti-heroes.
Watertown, Fiesta At The Park (6/1): This fiesta is a celebration of Latino and American cultures in our community.
Waukesha, Paddygrass at House of Guinness (5/25): House of Guinness was one of the first places to book my music. I have played there for over 15 years through 4 different owners and 2 different bands.
Waupun, ART All Around (6/1): Local artist exhibits, gathering and creative exchange, and silent auctions.
Wausau, Holy Name Summerfun (5/31 - 6/2): New this year: HYDE is playing on Friday! Frontier will be here on Saturday. We will have Polka Sunday with New Generation from noon to 4 pm on Sunday.
Wauwatosa, From Any Angle at Mos in Tosa (5/24): From Any Angle will serenade the beers to your lips at the awesome Mo's Irish Pub in Wauwatosa WI. Friday May 24th, 2019, 9:30pm-1am
Webster, Webster arts and crafts EXTRAVAGANZA (5/25): There will be food and beverage concessions available. The show area is flat. Due to recent rains, there may be soft, wet areas on the grass
West Allis, Annual Dine and Dash Event (6/1): Get your team together and enjoy Corvina Wine Company along with other excellent West Allis destinations; an event during which teams of food and wine
West Allis, Elvis Solid Gold (5/25): “Elvis Solid Gold” Tribute to Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Nat King Cole and Gloria Estefan. Tickets $13. Free parking, appetizers, handicap access. Cash bar available.
West Allis, GOT End Of Season Afterparty (5/25): A great way to celebrate the end of this EPIC series; join us for our last themed GOT night!
West Allis, Wasted Talent at Dopps (5/31): Last time we left 'em begging for more...this time will be no exception. Come join us for a night you won't soon remember to forget with central north east West Allis' premier rock cover band.
West Allis, West Allis A La Carte (6/2): West Allis A La Carte is a street festival that occurs the first Sunday in June.
West Bend, Spring Fling 2019 (6/2): Spring Fling Tasting Event at Orchard Valley Acres All inclusive ticket for food, drink, music, information and fun!
West Bend, Yarn Bomb 2019 (6/8 - 7/13): Yarn Bomb Public Fiber Art display at the History Center Washington County
West Salem, June Dairy Days (5/31 - 6/2): Food, fun, family entertainment, parade, and so much more. Check out our weekend schedule for great bands, events, parade, fireworks and more to entertain the whole family.
Westfield, DairyLicious Day (6/8): Join us for great food, music, games, and a parade!
Woodruff, Woodruff Memorial Classic Car Show (5/25): Over 75 collector vehicles including cars, trucks, motorcycles, snowmobiles and fire trucks compete in 40 different classes. Music, food, beverages and fun.