July 2017

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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 

July 24-July 30

For 51 weeks a year, EAA is an international community of more than 200,000 members that nurtures the spirit of flight through a worldwide network of chapters, outreach programs, and other events. But for one week each summer, EAA members and aviation enthusiasts totaling more than 550,000 from more than 80 countries attend EAA AirVenture at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where they rekindle friendships and celebrate the past, present, and future in the world of flight.

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Germanfest, Milwaukee

July 28-July 30

Milwaukee hosts one of the nations largest German heritage festivals at Henry Maier Festival Park this weekend! Enjoy music on one of five stages, German food, the cultural village, Marktplatz and more. Other fun activities include the Sheepshead, Dachshund Derby, parade and more.

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Holland Festival, Cedar Grove

July 28-July 29

Holland Fest is fun for the entire family. An alcohol-free festival ensures that kids of all ages can safely enjoy the unique traditions of this unique festival. There is something for everyone from food, to shows, to delft and even wooden shoe racing and Klompen Dancers! If you’re Dutch, you’re family. If you’re not Dutch, you are when you visit Holland Fest!

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Door County Antique Show, Fish Creek

July 27-July 29

The Sister Bay Lions Club has hosted the annual Door County Show since 1974. The Show is Thursday through Saturday at the Gibralter High School in the quaint town of Fish Creek, Wisconsin on the peninsula by Lake Michigan, 60 miles North East of Green Bay. It is here you will find a treasure for your collection amid 35 professional exhibitors who are excited to be in Door County.

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Burning Cow Music Festival, Sturgeon Bay

July 27- July 29

Burning Cow Music Festival will rise from the ashes and ignite Sturgeon Bay with another colossal 3 day lineup of southern rock, blues, alt-country, and jam bands. Located just north of Sturgeon Bay, WI, rustic camping, hot showers, savory breakfasts, and award-winning BBQ will be available along with inspiring craft brews and refreshing domestic beers. The festival will climax Saturday night when the tremendous wooden cow will be set ablaze.

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Whether you’re looking for family things to do in the city this weekend or searching for activities Up North, take a peek at the coolest events happening this weekend!

 

Bastille Days, Milwaukee

July 13 – 16

Bastille Days, Milwaukee’s popular french festival and one of the nation’s largest french-themed celebrations, returns to downtown Milwaukee’s Cathedral Square Park.The free four-day bash attracts over 250,000 visitors annually who enjoy live music, an international marketplace, chef and wine demos, French and Cajun cuisine, roaming busker entertainment and a signature 43-foot Eiffel Tower replica offering hourly light shows.

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Fish Day, Port Washington

July 14-15

Head to Port Washington on Saturday for “The World’s Largest Outdoor One-Day Fish Fry.” Nine civic, verteran, fraternial and service volunteer organizations are operating the stands which will be selling a variety of foods in addition to fish.  The festivities includes a gigantic parade, live music on five stages, arts and crafts show, car show, run/walk, helicopter rides and fireworks. Get an early start on the celebration on Friday night with carnival rides and food.

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Ragged Roots, Wisconsin Dells 

July 13-16

Set up your tent and soak in four days of music and art in the Dells! Over 40 musicians from the midwest will be showcased throughout the event. Camping sites available at Edge O Dells Resort.

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Lake Superior Day, Port Wing

July 15

Celebrate summer by lake in Port Wing on Saturday. Lake Superior Day kicks off with a weekly Saturday Market. Throughout the day speakers and displays will highlight various lake related topics. Other activities include a lunchtime Fish Boil, wetland hike, paddle-boarding at Port Wing Marina and kayaking on the late. The event concludes with a bonfire and stargazing at the marina.

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Birchwood Bluegill Festivals

July 14-16

Birchwood invites you to “The Bluegill Capital of Wisconsin” this weekend! Celebrate a great weekend with a fishing contest, medallion hunt, softball tournament, children’s games, tractor pull, street dances and a classic car parade. Other events includes a beer garden, fish fry, bake sale , fun-run music and more.

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Hodag Country Music Festival, Rhinelander

July 13-16

The party continues for the 40th year in Rhineland at the annual Hodag Country Festival! Again this year, some of the biggest names in country music will be playing the in the Northwoods. Music acts will play in the outdoor amphitheater, rain or shine!

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Don’t let summer get predictable! There are some great events happening all over Wisconsin this weekend.

 

Beaver Dam Lake Days

July 6-8

Bring your family to the Tahoe Park for this Beaver Dam family festival! Enjoy a full line-up of music and entertainment. Take a ride on the Fox of the river giant canoe or a pontoon. Participate in the Cardboard Regatta Race, Must-Skis’ Learn to Ski Clinic or Fishing Tournament. Food, carnival rides and fireworks are all part of the fun too!

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Annual Heart of the North Rodeo, Spooner 

July 6-8

Professional rodeo’s top competitors are coming to Spooner for the 64th year to compete for points and prize money. Fans will enjoy the thrills and spills during the competition and music performances in the evening. Food, shopping and even a parade are all part of this exciting Spooner tradition!

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Catfish Extravaganza in Greenville

July 7-8

Your family won’t want to miss the legendary Catfish Races and Community night on Friday; stick around for The Great Catfish Fry, activities for the kids and musical acts! Stick around on Saturday for the Catfish Concert and more.

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Madeline Island Summer Film Series, La Pointe 

July 6-8

Enjoy a weekend of films shown at dusk on the beach at the Inn on Madeline Island. Relax and listen to live music before the start of each film, then watch feature films under the stars!

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Summerfest, Milwaukee 

July 4-9

For 11 days every summer, the Worlds Largest Music Festival takes place at Henry Maier Festival park! This year marks the 50th year of Summerfest on the lakefront with 800 acts playing on 11 stages. Over 45  local vendors will be supplying food and beverages through out the festival. The Northwestern Mutual Children’s Theater & PlayZone features activities, dance groups, magicians and more to keep  kids all day. Shop at the unique vendors, ride on the Sky Glide or listen to local and emerging artist before the headlines start at 8 and 10PM.

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