06/29–07/03, 07/05–10, Summerfest, 200 N. Harbor Dr.
The World’s Largest Music Festival and Milwaukee’s cornerstone summer celebration attracts the music industry’s hottest stars, emerging talent and local favorites. The Marcus Amphitheater and 10 additional stages, along with a diverse selection of food and beverage vendors, marketplaces and interactive exhibits, are set against the Lake Michigan and downtown backdrops, creating a festival experience like no other. Patrons can also enjoy Miller Lite, the Official Beer of Summerfest. For more details visit summerfest.com.
Dousman Farmer’s Market
through 10/19. 2–6pm. Locally grown vegetables, fruit, meats and eggs. Locally raised bedding plants. Locally processed sauces, salad dressings and bakery. Locally produced yard art, jewelry, soap and other crafts. Seasonal products updated on Facebook at “Dousman Farmers Market.” Cory Park (near shelter), 400 S. Main St., Dousman 262.490.2865
Butler Farmer’s Market
through 10/24. 12–6pm. Butler Farmer’s Marketheld on Mondays from 12–6pm. Fresh Wisconsin-grown produce, ready food, meats, soups, breads, kettle corn and coffees. Hampton Ave. between 124 St. and 125 St., 12401 W. Hampton Ave., Butler. 414.840.6602
Fitness Walking Clinic
through 12/31. 9:15–10:15am. Learn to walk like an Olympian! Sessions are on-going one-hour learn-by-doing clinics every Saturday. Learn the technique of fitness walking, increase walking speed and enhance your exercise program with various scheduled topics discussed after the walk. $5. Mukwonago Athletic Club, 727 County Rd. NN East, Mukwonago. 262.363.2212
Lake Country Classic Bike Ride
07/16. 7am–4pm. Fun, healthy, scenic, tasty bicycle ride distances of 100, 65, 45, 25 or 15 miles through scenic lake country. Family-friendly routes on low-traffic country roads. Yummy home-baked treats, fruit, bagels, PBJs, snacks and drinks at each of our five rest stops. Delicious spaghetti dinner at end of ride. Cue sheets, marked routes, SAG support and bike techs. $25 adult; $15 12 and under. First Congregational United Church, 815 S. Concord Rd., Oconomowoc. bayviewbikeclub.org
Meet My Bully
07/08. 6:30pm. Please come to the Meet My Bully get together in your community. Show off your pit bull and meet other owners. Let Brew City Bully Club tell you all about the services we can offer you and your bully. We’ll meet at the designated location and socialize for about 30 minutes. Brew City handlers will be on site to answer any questions you might have about your pit bull’s behavior, temperament, quirky things. When we’re done yapping we’ll take a walk through the neighborhood. Free. Waukesha 5 Points Gazebo, Waukesha. 262.533.3057
07/16. 10am–2pm. Come meet the Brew City Bully Club adoptables! Free. Petco Germantown, N96 W16920 County Line Rd., Germantown.
Annual Hartland St. Dance
07/16. 5:30–11pm. An evening of fun awaits you at the annual St. Dance along E. Capitol Dr. in Hartland! Summertime staple offering something for everyone. Family Area opens at 5:30pm with rock wall, face painting, dunk tank and games. Food available beginning at 5:30pm. Back by popular demand, the widely popular Eddie Butts Band, free 7–11pm. Be prepared to kick up your heels while you listen to some great music and enjoy a beverage or two! Food/beverage and children’s activities for purchase. Hartland Chamber of Commerce, 116 W. Capitol Dr., Hartland. 262.367.7059
Pewaukee Area Historical Society’s Ice Cream Social
07/17. 12–4pm. Enjoy historical exhibits, visit the museum, eat some ice cream or buy a pie! There will be something for everyone at this event. Clark House Museum at the corner of E. Wisconsin Ave. and Prospect Ave., 206 E. Wisconsin Ave., Pewaukee. 262.691.0233
Taste of Trinity
07/11–22. 1:30–3:30pm. Trinity Academy of Irish Dance is inviting Wisconsin children to sample its award-winning instruction with its annual summer program, Taste of Trinity. Boys and girls ages 4–12 to discover the basics of Irish dance, learning the proper techniques of movement set to the rhythm of Irish music in this six-class course. Each session concludes with a 15-minute special performance for family and friends. No previous dance experience is necessary. $95. Trinity Grand Studios, 831 N. Grand Ave., B100, Waukesha. 877.326.2328
Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour
07/23–24. The Scenic Shore 150 is a two-day, 150-mile bike ride in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS). Starting in Mequon and finishing in Sturgeon Bay, riders cycle up Lake Michigan’s shore and enjoy a volunteer-supported route with rest stops, bicycle support, meals and other amenities. The funds raised help find cures and therapies for blood cancer patients. Over 75% of every dollar donated is directed LLS. Suite 203, 200 S. Executive Dr., Brookfield
The Drowsy Chaperone
07/15–08/07. 7:30/8/2. This Milwaukee premiere is bound to be the biggest musical charmer of the season! The fun begins when a die-hard musical theatre fan sits onstage and shares his favorite Broadway cast album, the “socko boffo” songs and dance extravaganza “The Drowsy Chaperone.” As the record spins, the musical comes to life in the man’s apartment, with characters popping out of the woodwork and sidestepping through his Frigidaire. $18/$20. Sunset Playhouse Theatre, 800 Elm Grove Rd., Elm Grove. 262.782.4430
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