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Survivor! Pioneer Wisconsin Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am

 

Survivor! Pioneer Wisconsin Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am



Test your mettle as you trek through the forests and farmsteads, with bucketsful of courage and some good old-fashioned grit! Work with others as you hike through the woods to find wood for your fire and to build a shelter. Gather food, start a fire with flint and steel, cook a meal and more! You'll pick up some pioneering skills as you meet your challenges. Preregistration required. Age Requirement: Entering grades 5 – 7

Golf Classic

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Ironwood Golf Club

Time: 10:00 am

 

Golf Classic

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Ironwood Golf Club

Time: 10:00 am



This year we will be holding the golf outing at Ironwood Golf Club. Join us for a golf and graze event with fun on-course games, unique auction items and delicious food and cocktails!

Birdies & Eagles Golf Tournament, sponsored by Fiduciary Management, Inc

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Ozaukee County Club

Time: 10:30 am

 

Birdies & Eagles Golf Tournament, sponsored by Fiduciary Management, Inc

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Ozaukee County Club

Time: 10:30 am



This is one of the most popular charity golf tournaments in town and it benefits the Zoological Society of Milwaukee. This scramble-format event is held at the Ozaukee Country Club with a shotgun start at noon. Registration fee includes lunch, a round of golf with cart, course events, refreshments on the course and a buffet dinner. A raffle, silent auction and voice auction are all part of the day's activities.

All golfers receive:

•18 holes of golf with cart – scramble format
•Multiple “Hole-in-One” prize opportunities
•Refreshments (beer, soda and snacks) on the course
•Entry into all course events
•Use of locker room facilities
•Buffet picnic lunch
•Gourmet buffet-style dinner
•Gift bag that includes a dry-fit polo shirt, golf balls and more!

Kenny Loggins Concert

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Kenny Loggins Concert

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 6:00 pm



Where: Boeing Plaza
Kenny Loggins, who has been making hit music for the past four decades, will kick off the evening entertainment at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014 when he headlines the fly-in’s popular opening night concert on Monday, July 28. The concert, presented by Ford Motor Company, is free to all AirVenture attendees that day and will be held on the Plaza immediately following the Monday afternoon air show. Loggins' newest endeavor, Blue Sky Riders (Loggins, Georgia Middleman, Gary Burr), will start the evening’s entertainment.
 

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am

 

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am



Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in Wisconsin's "Big Woods" in 1867. We've put together a full month of daily activities that let you live like Laura and the Ingalls family and friends. Dress as a character from one of the Little House books and receive a discount on admission.

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am

 

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am



$34.00 Three Course Menu

Course One

Grilled Pear and Blue D' Auvergne Cheese Tart with Caramelized Onions and Walnuts Served with a petite salad tossed in Balsamic Vinaigrette

Course Two

Pan-Seared Red Snapper with Baby Spinach, Marinated Potatoes and Pear Peppercorn Sauce

Course Three

Tart Cherry Clafoutis with Creme Anglaise

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am

 

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am



Spirit week for downtown Milwaukee's 81,000 employees. The week features daily giveaways, office challenge games, exclusive discounts and more.

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Back by popular demand! Dive into the world of underwater robots as you build and test your own ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle). Investigate the principles and technologies used in the creation of underwater robotic vehicles and their role in discovery, science, and exploration. Board a boat and pilot your ROV in Lake Michigan.** You’ll be able to take your ROV home at the end of the week.

**Weather dependent

For students entering grades 9th through 12th.

Food of the Future Summer Camp

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Food of the Future Summer Camp

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Food of the Future is a week-long exploration of what food could be when mixed with a little chemistry and science. Experiences include modifying ingredients, techniques, and sometimes just making something strange. Explore the science behind new food ideas; create liquid nitrogen ice cream, marshmallows of the future, chocolate mushrooms, and more! Learn how to use sodium alginate and calcium lactate to create a molecular raw egg out of coconut milk and fruit. See all the tricks that top chefs are using and produce incredible dishes!

For students entering grades 3rd through 5th.

Airborne Summer Camp

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Airborne Summer Camp

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No - it’s a flying creation from the Kohl’s Design It! Lab! Spend the week learning about aerodynamics, materials made for flight, and the best designs for lift off. Use heat sealers and Tyvek® to make your own kite and test it against the elements in Lakeshore State Park. Create your own windsock inspired by the fish of the Reiman Aquarium and design, test, and redesign your own rocket to be launched at the end of the week.

For students entering grades 6th through 8th.

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



 Assemble your own electric guitar; create custom graphics; screen print on your guitar; design images for your pick guard; and then get an expert tune-up. You’ll do all of this in one week in the NEW Bill Brady Intelligent Products Lab at Discovery World. Our electronic professionals will show you how to wire your guitar for new sonic possibilities and our printing pros will guide you through the process to customize your guitar. And YES, the guitar is yours to keep!

For students grades 6th through 8th.

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am

 

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am



Superior is proud to offer culinary and pastry arts summer camp, where young campers can experience a real culinary adventure.  Our camp program is designed to spark interest in healthy, fresh foods and fun activities and lets your young campers explore their culinary side.

Campers will get to experience new tastes and learnt to prepare recipes from various world cuisines.

Learn the importance of connecting our children to the wonders of being involved in gardening and cooking.  The kids culinary summer camp will include a lineup of fun classes, along with a showcase of summer fun and camps where kids can explore different outdoor cooking activities.

The daily topics for both the Cooking Camp and Baking Camp are geared towards healthy eating.  At Superior Camp Adventures no two days are ever the same.  Each day is filled with new options for every period and our kids get to make their own schedules.  There are four available periords in the day and we'll help our campers fill each moment with fun, learning and excitement.

Participants are instructed in cooking and baking at beginning. intermediate and advanced levels.  Whether you're beating the heat with our "Cool Treats", tasting old world favorites of Italy, uncovering culinary favorites of India or dipping into "Chocolate Adventure" you never know what to expect next!  Learn how to cook in a hands-on, safe and fun environment.

They also are taught kitchen safety and sanitation practices, how to read a recipe and cooking techniques, not to mention how to make yummy dishes such as hummus with vegetable crudites and mouth watering baked goods such as muffins and scones.

The chefs will teach the kids how to pick fresh vegetables and use fresh herbs and salads for all classes.  Please note that items may be adapted or changed to suit student needs-Please ensure you note on the Registration Packet any dietary needs (we may call for additional information).  Items may also change due to market availability.

Each day at camp will have a different emphasis.  Certifcation of completion will be presented at the conclusion of each camp.  All students may invite two (2) guest to the Friday Graduation to enjoy a luncheon prepared by campers.

 

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am

 

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am



Explore 60 years of Jews in rock and roll with a new touring exhibit,
JEWS WHO ROCK: A Musical History Tour, at the Jewish Museum. The exhibit examines the Jewish influences in rock and roll and popular music through photographs, artifacts, memorabilia and informative panels that represent a sampling of the countless singers, songwriters, musicians, concert promoters and record company executives influential both in front and behind the scenes. Museum-goers will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with classic favorites such as Bob Dylan, Billy Joel and Bette Midler, through newer musicians such as hip-hop artist Drake, singer/songwriter Pink and Vampire Weekend.

This exhibit is open every Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and on Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm. Not open on Saturdays. Visit www.JewishMuseumMilwaukee.org for more info.

Special Needs Mondays

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Country Springs Hotel

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Special Needs Mondays

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Country Springs Hotel

Time: 4:00 pm



Mondays are a special day at The Springs Water Park! The park offers a special swim from 4pm to 7pm on select Mondays for children and adults with special needs for just $6.50 per person. This rate is applicable for special needs individuals and up to two others (preferably a parent and/or therapist). Additional family members are $7.50 per person.

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am

 

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am



 The John Michael Kohler Arts Center marks the 40th anniversary of its world-renowned Arts/Industry residency program with a sweeping, first-ever retrospective exhibition of works created by artists-in-residence in the Pottery, Foundry, and Enamel Shop of plumbingware manufacturer Kohler Co. More than 350 ceramic, cast iron, and brass works of art will be on view drawn primarily from the Arts Center’s and Kohler Co.’s permanent collections. Among the artists featured are Ann Agee, Christina Antemann, Clayton Bailey, Susan Beiner, Mary Jo Bole, Johan Creten, Phoebe Cummings, Michael Dinges, Jack Earl, Molly Hatch, Sergei Isupov, Beth Lipman, Richard Notkin, Denise Pelletier, Michael Sherrill, Tom Spleth, Alex Schweder, and Arnie Zimmerman. The exhibition is curated by the director of the Arts Center and founder of Arts/Industry, Ruth DeYoung Kohler.

The American Road Exhibit

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am

 

The American Road Exhibit

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am



“Road Trip!” These words conjure all sorts of imagery, vivid memories, and nostalgia. Opening June of 2014, the Harley-Davidson Museum’s special exhibition The American Road traces the rise of the road trip as an American ritual. The story unfolds in the 1930s, when leisure travel and the open road offered an escape for a small but growing number of affluent Americans. By the post-WWII years, taking to the road became the template for the average family vacation. “Westward ho!” was their cry, albeit in a station wagon rather than covered wagon, as celebrating the frontier and old west became central to defining uniquely American ideals of freedom and exploration. Though this Golden Age of the road trip ended with the gas crisis of the early ‘70s, the ritual remains a fundamental American experience, evidenced by its place in pop culture as well as the curiosity it sparks globally as motorists and motorcyclists retrace historic routes.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Time: 12:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Time: 12:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Time: 2:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Time: 2:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Time: 4:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Time: 4:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am

 

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am



Explore the artistic evolution of Wassily Kandinsky, a master of modern art, in this must-see exhibition. An amazing collection of paintings and other works from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, traces the development of this extraordinary and inventive artist, from his early figurative works to his most modern pieces. Alive with color, and rhythmic, Kandinsky's distinctive, abstract style made him one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am

 

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am



Mount Mary University is presenting “Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon,” a powerful storytelling exhibit featuring the work of renowned photojournalist Paola Gianturco.The free exhibit includes images and stories of grandmothers worldwide who are acting courageously and effectively to create a better future for grandchildren around the globe. Visitors will have a chance to add their own grandmother to the story, through a special digital interactive experience.

Creative Industry Night

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Black Sheep

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Creative Industry Night

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Black Sheep

Time: 4:00 pm



 Happy hour all night long for creative types in the fashion, beauty and design fields. (Yes, that means adworkers, too)

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am

 

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am



Tour Milwaukee’s architecture through the eras! The tour begins in Milwaukee’s historic downtown and ends at the ultra-modern Milwaukee Art Museum at the lakefront. Tour guide will help guests explore the architecture and streetscape to gain insight into how the commercial use of the rivers, lake and harbor helped create the Milwaukee we know today.

Highlights of the tour include: Plankinton Arcade, City Hall, Milwaukee Riverwalk, Iron Block, Chase Bank, Mitchell Building, Grain Exchange (Mackie Building), Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Building, Wells Building, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee Club, Federal Building, Gas Light Building (designed by Eschweiler and Eschweiler), US Bank Building, Northwestern Mutual Life Data Center, War Memorial Center (designed by Eero Saarinen) and the Milwaukee Art Museum (designed by Santiago Calatrava).

Tour meets in the Plankinton Arcade Building of the Grand Avenue Mall in front of the statue of John Plankinton (street level), 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue and concludes at the Milwaukee art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Drive. This tour is scheduled to last 1.5 hours but can run longer (2 hours maximum). Guests walk entire length of tour.

**Note: This tour is offered during the Milwaukee Air Show (June 21-22, 2014)**

For cancellations or re-booking, please contact Historic Milwaukee, Inc. at (414) 277-7795 or at info@historicmilwaukee.org. 48 hours cancellation is appreciated.

Free Harley-Davidson Factory Tours

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Powertrain Operations

Time: 9:00 am

 

Free Harley-Davidson Factory Tours

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Powertrain Operations

Time: 9:00 am



The free factory tour offers a limited view of the assembly line and designated machining areas. Tours last approximately 30 minutes. Free tours begin at regular intervals between the hours of 9:00 am – 2:00 pm on Mondays. Tickets are distributed on a first come, first served basis for available tours. It is recommended that you arrive early in the day. Tour schedule and route are subject to change. Reservations for 10 or more are required. Free factory tours begin at the Pilgrim Road facility.

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm

 

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily. Want more bingo? Play up to 180 cards electronically. Ask a bingo cashier for information. See what sessions are going on today by viewing the bingo calendar or current daily jackpots.

Breakfast Bingo

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am

 

Breakfast Bingo

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily.

COMEDY SHOW COMEDY SHOW OPEN MIC!

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Bremen Cafe

Time: 8:30 pm

 

COMEDY SHOW COMEDY SHOW OPEN MIC!

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Bremen Cafe

Time: 8:30 pm



"The Best Monday Night Comedy Show in Riverwest That's Done Before Letterman Starts"

Comedy Show Comedy Show Open Mic is a FREE COMEDY SHOW at Bremen Cafe! You can see veteran comedians, as well as first-timers get up on stage and make strangers laugh. Anyone sign up and try out their jokes*. New material is encouraged! Bring your friends!

Sign up will be at 8:00PM, and the show will begin at 8:30PM. 

Cheap Drinks! Ladies Night Specials! Giant Steins of Beer!

*Original material is required, because ripping off other comedians is very, very unfunny. (Unless you're Milton Berle, but I rarely see him hanging out in Riverwest these days.)

Historic Third Ward Walking Food Tour

July

28

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Historic Third Ward

Time: 11:30 am

 

Historic Third Ward Walking Food Tour

Date: Mon-Jul-28-2014

Location: Historic Third Ward

Time: 11:30 am



Join us on a delicious and educational walking food tour of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward as we discover true ethnic treasures in this lively neighborhood! This tour samples a wide range of cuisines, all of which are tied together nicely with a 5-ounce sample of genuine Wisconsin-brewed beer, just in case you forgot you were still in Milwaukee!

Celebrating our 7th anniversary, we are Milwaukee's premier, original and award-winning tour company. Our tours provide the ideal combination of food, culture and history too! On the tour, you will not only savor the food tastings, you’ll also enjoy a taste of life in this culturally rich and entertaining district. The Third Ward is home to numerous art galleries and specialty stores. Your local guide will point out hidden entertainment spots and restaurants along the way.

KEY DETAILS:
Tour Length – Approximately one mile, with plenty of walking breaks and opportunities to sit down along the way. We spend approximately 20 minutes at each restaurant.

Time Commitment – Between 2 - 2.5 hours, depending on the pace of the group

Fun Facts– Did you know that only one firehouse ever burned down in Wisconsin and it was housed in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward? Did you know that many movies were filmed in the Historic Third Ward, including The Blues Brothers and Dillinger? On this tour route, you’ll visit these sites and more! All tastings are included in the price. Portions are often served family-style. Samples are substantial - for the vast majority of attendees, you will not need to plan for a meal after the tour!

Early Morning Birdwalks

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Urban Ecology Center - Menomonee Valley

Time: 8:00 am

 

Early Morning Birdwalks

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Urban Ecology Center - Menomonee Valley

Time: 8:00 am



 Kick-start your day with fresh air and bird song. Interested bird watchers of all ability levels are invited to explore Three Bridges Park for birds with us. Binoculars available.

Brady Street Walking Food Tour

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 11:30 am

 

Brady Street Walking Food Tour

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 11:30 am



This guided food tasting tour of Milwaukee’s fashionable East Side explores neighborhoods originally settled by Italian and Polish immigrants. On this signature tour, we will be strolling through the historic Milwaukee neighborhood of Brady Street – the ethnic enclave that these new arrivals called home. We will enjoy delicious tastings along the way at authentic Italian eateries, as well as at several newer establishments that revitalize this community.

Celebrating our 7th anniversary, we are Milwaukee's premier, original and award-winning tour company. Our tours provide the ideal combination of food, culture and history too!

KEY DETAILS:
Tour Length – Slightly more than one mile with plenty of walking breaks and opportunities to sit down along the way. We spend approximately 20 minutes at each restaurant.

Time Commitment – Between 2 - 2.5 hours, depending on the pace of the group

Fun Facts– Do you know where the famous book, “Psycho,” was penned on Brady Street, or why many Milwaukee homes are referred to as “Polish flats?” On this tour route, we will answer these questions and more…

All tastings are included in the price. Portions are often served family-style. Samples are substantial - for the vast majority of attendees, you will not need to plan for a meal after the tour!

Historic Third Ward Walking Food Tour

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Historic Third Ward

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Historic Third Ward Walking Food Tour

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Historic Third Ward

Time: 6:00 pm



Join us on a delicious and educational walking food tour of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward as we discover true ethnic treasures in this lively neighborhood! This tour samples a wide range of cuisines, all of which are tied together nicely with a 5-ounce sample of genuine Wisconsin-brewed beer, just in case you forgot you were still in Milwaukee!

Celebrating our 7th anniversary, we are Milwaukee's premier, original and award-winning tour company. Our tours provide the ideal combination of food, culture and history too! On the tour, you will not only savor the food tastings, you’ll also enjoy a taste of life in this culturally rich and entertaining district. The Third Ward is home to numerous art galleries and specialty stores. Your local guide will point out hidden entertainment spots and restaurants along the way.

KEY DETAILS:
Tour Length – Approximately one mile, with plenty of walking breaks and opportunities to sit down along the way. We spend approximately 20 minutes at each restaurant.

Time Commitment – Between 2 - 2.5 hours, depending on the pace of the group

Fun Facts– Did you know that only one firehouse ever burned down in Wisconsin and it was housed in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward? Did you know that many movies were filmed in the Historic Third Ward, including The Blues Brothers and Dillinger? On this tour route, you’ll visit these sites and more! All tastings are included in the price. Portions are often served family-style. Samples are substantial - for the vast majority of attendees, you will not need to plan for a meal after the tour!

KidZ Days At the Center

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 10:00 am

 

KidZ Days At the Center

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 10:00 am



KidZ Days At the Center is our free programming for children, held outdoors on KidZ Stage throughout the summer months on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. This community service provides live performing arts that incorporate an educational component and encourage interactive participation.

View Presenter Schedule

Breakfast Bingo

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am

 

Breakfast Bingo

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily.

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm

 

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily. Want more bingo? Play up to 180 cards electronically. Ask a bingo cashier for information. See what sessions are going on today by viewing the bingo calendar or current daily jackpots.

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am

 

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am



Tour Milwaukee’s architecture through the eras! The tour begins in Milwaukee’s historic downtown and ends at the ultra-modern Milwaukee Art Museum at the lakefront. Tour guide will help guests explore the architecture and streetscape to gain insight into how the commercial use of the rivers, lake and harbor helped create the Milwaukee we know today.

Highlights of the tour include: Plankinton Arcade, City Hall, Milwaukee Riverwalk, Iron Block, Chase Bank, Mitchell Building, Grain Exchange (Mackie Building), Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Building, Wells Building, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee Club, Federal Building, Gas Light Building (designed by Eschweiler and Eschweiler), US Bank Building, Northwestern Mutual Life Data Center, War Memorial Center (designed by Eero Saarinen) and the Milwaukee Art Museum (designed by Santiago Calatrava).

Tour meets in the Plankinton Arcade Building of the Grand Avenue Mall in front of the statue of John Plankinton (street level), 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue and concludes at the Milwaukee art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Drive. This tour is scheduled to last 1.5 hours but can run longer (2 hours maximum). Guests walk entire length of tour.

**Note: This tour is offered during the Milwaukee Air Show (June 21-22, 2014)**

For cancellations or re-booking, please contact Historic Milwaukee, Inc. at (414) 277-7795 or at info@historicmilwaukee.org. 48 hours cancellation is appreciated.

Ten Chimneys 2014 Tour Season

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Lunt-Fontanne Program Center at Ten Chimneys

Time: 10:00 am

 

Ten Chimneys 2014 Tour Season

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Lunt-Fontanne Program Center at Ten Chimneys

Time: 10:00 am



Ten Chimneys is the estate lovingly created by theatre legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Those who visit, like guests of the Lunts, are welcomed into the Lunts' extraordinary home without the fuss of ropes or barriers. Guests are placed in small groups and are led through the estate by knowledgeable docents, who share stories that interpret not only the objects and decor of the estate, but also the lives and values of its remarkable creators, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Often considered “the center of the theatrical world,” luminaries such as Noël Coward, Laurence Olivier, and Katharine Hepburn were all frequent and devoted Ten Chimneys guests. Tours are available from 10:00am-2:30pm, Tuesday through Saturday and 12:00pm-2:30pm on Sunday. Call (262) 968-4110 to make your reservation. 

Service Industry Night

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Black Sheep

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Service Industry Night

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Black Sheep

Time: 4:00 pm



 Happy hour all night long for our friends in the food and beverage service industry.

Tuesday Tastings

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Iron Horse Hotel

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Tuesday Tastings

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Iron Horse Hotel

Time: 6:00 pm



The Lobby will welcome a rotating selection of local brews, wine or spirit tastings the first Tuesday of every month from 6 to 8 p.m. During the months of June through September, Tuesday Tastings will be held in The Yard, our outdoor summer patio. Executive Chef Bradford Shovlin will feature a dish in Branded and The Yard that features and pairs with the selected beer, wine or liquor that night.

This event is complimentary and open to the public.

H2O In Art

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: David Barnett Gallery

Time: 11:00 am

 

H2O In Art

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: David Barnett Gallery

Time: 11:00 am



The David Barnett Gallery presents H2O In Art. An opening reception will be held on Gallery Night & Day, Friday, July 25, 2014 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and Saturday, July 26, 2014 from 11:00am to 5:00pm. The gallery is located at 1024 E. State St. at Prospect Ave. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee is a world leader in water related manufacturing, education, technology and innovation. We are honoring and celebrating this distinction by presenting H2O In Art. This exhibit will feature artwork themes, titles and mediums depicting and relating to water. On display will be colorful vintage lithograph posters, antique Milwaukee prints featuring the Milwaukee River, Lake Michigan and our beautiful inland lakes in Wisconsin as well as watercolors of historic Venice, Italy by artist, Craig Lueck. Many styles and periods in art history by artists from around the world represented. Artists include: Victoria Ryan, Abraham Walkowitz, Douglas Smith, Craig Lueck, Joseph Ferrara, Edward Ruscha, Claude Monet, Schomer Lichtner, Nic Lenz, Tom Ferderbar, Reginald Gee, Gregory Steele, Carol Summers, Dan Muller, Karin Kaufman, Francesco Spicuzza, Sylvia Spicuzza, Howard Schroedter, Kees Van Dongen, Alphonse Mucha, Samuel Kpetenkple, Wassily Kandinsky and David Barnett. The exhibition will run through October 11, 2014. The David Barnett Gallery provides professional art consultation, appraisals, restoration and conservation, framing, lighting, custom giclee printing, delivery, and installation services. The gallery’s Van Go mobile art service brings artwork to residences and offices for “on location” selection. Viewing hours at the David Barnett Gallery are 11:00am to 5:30pm Tuesday through Friday, 11:00am to 5:00pm Saturday, or by appointment. For further information, please call (414) 271-5058.
 

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am

 

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am



Mount Mary University is presenting “Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon,” a powerful storytelling exhibit featuring the work of renowned photojournalist Paola Gianturco.The free exhibit includes images and stories of grandmothers worldwide who are acting courageously and effectively to create a better future for grandchildren around the globe. Visitors will have a chance to add their own grandmother to the story, through a special digital interactive experience.

Menomonee Valley Young Scientists Club

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Urban Ecology Center - Menomonee Valley

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Menomonee Valley Young Scientists Club

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Urban Ecology Center - Menomonee Valley

Time: 4:00 pm



Do you know a child who's interested in science and nature? Join us in the Menomonee Valley! From hiking to gardening to helping with research to caring for our Center's animals, every day in the Young Scientists Club is a new adventure

John Steuart Curry: At Home in Wisconsin

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Museum of Wisconsin Art

Time: 10:00 am

 

John Steuart Curry: At Home in Wisconsin

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Museum of Wisconsin Art

Time: 10:00 am



In 1936, John Steuart Curry became America’s first artist-in-residence at UW-Madison. It was a perfect opportunity to work in his beloved Midwest. His murals and painting reflected the progressive ties between the arts, the University and the farming community. This exhibition will showcase that connection.

Opening: Thursday, June 26, 5:00–8:00

Exhibition Presentations:
Thursday, July 10, 6:30 - Curry in Context
Thursday, July 24, 6:30 - Hunger Fighters
Thursday, July 31, 6:30 - The Wisconsin Idea

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am

 

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am



Explore the artistic evolution of Wassily Kandinsky, a master of modern art, in this must-see exhibition. An amazing collection of paintings and other works from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, traces the development of this extraordinary and inventive artist, from his early figurative works to his most modern pieces. Alive with color, and rhythmic, Kandinsky's distinctive, abstract style made him one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.

"Summer in Wisconsin"

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Tory Folliard Gallery

Time: 11:00 am

 

"Summer in Wisconsin"

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Tory Folliard Gallery

Time: 11:00 am



July 12 – September 6, 2014

Tues-Fri 11:00am - 5:00pm; Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm

Opening and Artists' Reception: July 25th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Gallery Night & Day: July 25 & July 26

Exuding the energy of our favorite time of year, this comprehensive, triennial exhibition features new work by our many talented Wisconsin artists in a diverse collection of contemporary styles that range from abstract to realist.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 12:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 12:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 2:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 2:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 4:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Time: 4:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

The American Road Exhibit

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am

 

The American Road Exhibit

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am



“Road Trip!” These words conjure all sorts of imagery, vivid memories, and nostalgia. Opening June of 2014, the Harley-Davidson Museum’s special exhibition The American Road traces the rise of the road trip as an American ritual. The story unfolds in the 1930s, when leisure travel and the open road offered an escape for a small but growing number of affluent Americans. By the post-WWII years, taking to the road became the template for the average family vacation. “Westward ho!” was their cry, albeit in a station wagon rather than covered wagon, as celebrating the frontier and old west became central to defining uniquely American ideals of freedom and exploration. Though this Golden Age of the road trip ended with the gas crisis of the early ‘70s, the ritual remains a fundamental American experience, evidenced by its place in pop culture as well as the curiosity it sparks globally as motorists and motorcyclists retrace historic routes.

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am

 

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am



 The John Michael Kohler Arts Center marks the 40th anniversary of its world-renowned Arts/Industry residency program with a sweeping, first-ever retrospective exhibition of works created by artists-in-residence in the Pottery, Foundry, and Enamel Shop of plumbingware manufacturer Kohler Co. More than 350 ceramic, cast iron, and brass works of art will be on view drawn primarily from the Arts Center’s and Kohler Co.’s permanent collections. Among the artists featured are Ann Agee, Christina Antemann, Clayton Bailey, Susan Beiner, Mary Jo Bole, Johan Creten, Phoebe Cummings, Michael Dinges, Jack Earl, Molly Hatch, Sergei Isupov, Beth Lipman, Richard Notkin, Denise Pelletier, Michael Sherrill, Tom Spleth, Alex Schweder, and Arnie Zimmerman. The exhibition is curated by the director of the Arts Center and founder of Arts/Industry, Ruth DeYoung Kohler.

Happy Hour Cruise

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Happy Hour Cruise

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 6:00 pm



The Milwaukee Boat Line Happy Hour Cruise is a 90 minute cruise that explores the Milwaukee river, Harbor, and Lake Michigan. There will be plenty of drink specials and great music onboard! It is a great way to unwind after a hard days work and meet plenty great people or enjoy the company of your friends and peers. Our Happy Hour Cruises take place Tuesday-Saturday and the boat departs at 6 pm. Don't miss out on all the fun!

Black Market Night

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Black Sheep

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Black Market Night

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Black Sheep

Time: 4:00 pm



 Half-price bottles of wine and pretty faces. What more could you ask for?

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am

 

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am



Explore 60 years of Jews in rock and roll with a new touring exhibit,
JEWS WHO ROCK: A Musical History Tour, at the Jewish Museum. The exhibit examines the Jewish influences in rock and roll and popular music through photographs, artifacts, memorabilia and informative panels that represent a sampling of the countless singers, songwriters, musicians, concert promoters and record company executives influential both in front and behind the scenes. Museum-goers will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with classic favorites such as Bob Dylan, Billy Joel and Bette Midler, through newer musicians such as hip-hop artist Drake, singer/songwriter Pink and Vampire Weekend.

This exhibit is open every Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and on Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm. Not open on Saturdays. Visit www.JewishMuseumMilwaukee.org for more info.

The Phantom of the Opera

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm

 

The Phantom of the Opera

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm



Following an acclaimed sell-out tour of the United Kingdom, Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s phenomenal musical success, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, will make its premiere in Milwaukee as part of a brand new US National Tour. Hailed as “Stunning, intense and spectacular” by the Sunday Express, this production features a brilliant new design by Paul Brown, costumes by the much missed Maria Björnson, a new staging by Laurence Connor – director of the recent acclaimed 25th anniversary celebration at the Royal Albert Hall – and new choreography by Scott Ambler. The production is overseen by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh.

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am

 

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am



Superior is proud to offer culinary and pastry arts summer camp, where young campers can experience a real culinary adventure.  Our camp program is designed to spark interest in healthy, fresh foods and fun activities and lets your young campers explore their culinary side.

Campers will get to experience new tastes and learnt to prepare recipes from various world cuisines.

Learn the importance of connecting our children to the wonders of being involved in gardening and cooking.  The kids culinary summer camp will include a lineup of fun classes, along with a showcase of summer fun and camps where kids can explore different outdoor cooking activities.

The daily topics for both the Cooking Camp and Baking Camp are geared towards healthy eating.  At Superior Camp Adventures no two days are ever the same.  Each day is filled with new options for every period and our kids get to make their own schedules.  There are four available periords in the day and we'll help our campers fill each moment with fun, learning and excitement.

Participants are instructed in cooking and baking at beginning. intermediate and advanced levels.  Whether you're beating the heat with our "Cool Treats", tasting old world favorites of Italy, uncovering culinary favorites of India or dipping into "Chocolate Adventure" you never know what to expect next!  Learn how to cook in a hands-on, safe and fun environment.

They also are taught kitchen safety and sanitation practices, how to read a recipe and cooking techniques, not to mention how to make yummy dishes such as hummus with vegetable crudites and mouth watering baked goods such as muffins and scones.

The chefs will teach the kids how to pick fresh vegetables and use fresh herbs and salads for all classes.  Please note that items may be adapted or changed to suit student needs-Please ensure you note on the Registration Packet any dietary needs (we may call for additional information).  Items may also change due to market availability.

Each day at camp will have a different emphasis.  Certifcation of completion will be presented at the conclusion of each camp.  All students may invite two (2) guest to the Friday Graduation to enjoy a luncheon prepared by campers.

 

Daylily Peak Bloom

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Monches Farm, LLC

Time: 9:00 am

 

Daylily Peak Bloom

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Monches Farm, LLC

Time: 9:00 am



Monches Farm has been a destination for adventurous & discerning gardeners since 1980.

Growing over 2,000 varieties of hardy fieldgrown perennials, including 300+ varieties of colorful & durable Daylilies. Daylily peak bloom time is mid July through early August. Take a day trip to the scenic Kettle Moraine area and relax in the beauty of our Daylily fields in full bloom.

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



 Assemble your own electric guitar; create custom graphics; screen print on your guitar; design images for your pick guard; and then get an expert tune-up. You’ll do all of this in one week in the NEW Bill Brady Intelligent Products Lab at Discovery World. Our electronic professionals will show you how to wire your guitar for new sonic possibilities and our printing pros will guide you through the process to customize your guitar. And YES, the guitar is yours to keep!

For students grades 6th through 8th.

Airborne Summer Camp

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Airborne Summer Camp

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No - it’s a flying creation from the Kohl’s Design It! Lab! Spend the week learning about aerodynamics, materials made for flight, and the best designs for lift off. Use heat sealers and Tyvek® to make your own kite and test it against the elements in Lakeshore State Park. Create your own windsock inspired by the fish of the Reiman Aquarium and design, test, and redesign your own rocket to be launched at the end of the week.

For students entering grades 6th through 8th.

Food of the Future Summer Camp

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Food of the Future Summer Camp

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Food of the Future is a week-long exploration of what food could be when mixed with a little chemistry and science. Experiences include modifying ingredients, techniques, and sometimes just making something strange. Explore the science behind new food ideas; create liquid nitrogen ice cream, marshmallows of the future, chocolate mushrooms, and more! Learn how to use sodium alginate and calcium lactate to create a molecular raw egg out of coconut milk and fruit. See all the tricks that top chefs are using and produce incredible dishes!

For students entering grades 3rd through 5th.

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Back by popular demand! Dive into the world of underwater robots as you build and test your own ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle). Investigate the principles and technologies used in the creation of underwater robotic vehicles and their role in discovery, science, and exploration. Board a boat and pilot your ROV in Lake Michigan.** You’ll be able to take your ROV home at the end of the week.

**Weather dependent

For students entering grades 9th through 12th.

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am

 

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am



Spirit week for downtown Milwaukee's 81,000 employees. The week features daily giveaways, office challenge games, exclusive discounts and more.

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am

 

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am



$34.00 Three Course Menu

Course One

Grilled Pear and Blue D' Auvergne Cheese Tart with Caramelized Onions and Walnuts Served with a petite salad tossed in Balsamic Vinaigrette

Course Two

Pan-Seared Red Snapper with Baby Spinach, Marinated Potatoes and Pear Peppercorn Sauce

Course Three

Tart Cherry Clafoutis with Creme Anglaise

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am

 

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am



Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in Wisconsin's "Big Woods" in 1867. We've put together a full month of daily activities that let you live like Laura and the Ingalls family and friends. Dress as a character from one of the Little House books and receive a discount on admission.

Sustainability Short Course: Is Net Positive Possible?

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marquette University

Time: 8:00 am

 

Sustainability Short Course: Is Net Positive Possible?

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marquette University

Time: 8:00 am



About the course

Marquette University is pleased to welcome you to attend our Sustainability short course focused on the businessof “Net Positive”. The course will introduce students, academics and leaders in industry to re-frame our thinking around the possibilities of Net Positive as it applies to sustainable practices, as well as the tools and methods used by industry leaders for Net Positive accounting. In other words, how can sustainable business practices be incorporated not to be "less bad," but rather to do more good than harm? It will consist of 2 days of learning through 30 – 45 minute lectures and case studies from experts followed by engaging facilitated discussions wherein participants can debate, network, and share best practices for achieving sustainability. We are very excited to host Dr. Gregory Norris as our 2014 keynote speaker. Check out the details, including logistics, agenda and speaker bios below.

Continuing Education Credits (PDH)

Course attendees will earn 12 PDHs for continuing education requirements.

Civil War Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am

 

Civil War Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am



Mark the century and a half since the start of the Civil War by learning more about what a soldier's life was like. You'll march and make camp just like Civil War soldiers. Dress in a Civil War jacket and hat, cook bacon and taste hardtack, learn a drill that soldiers did using Civil War "dummy" guns, and even pick up some Civil War slang. Follow along as a Civil War re-enactor takes you on a search for Confederate soldiers hiding out at one of the farms at Old World Wisconsin. Boys AND girls welcome! Preregistration required Age Requirement: Entering grades 5–7

Oak Creek Public Library Fizz, Boom, Read! Tuesday Performances

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Oak Creek Community Center

Time: 1:30 pm

 

Oak Creek Public Library Fizz, Boom, Read! Tuesday Performances

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Oak Creek Community Center

Time: 1:30 pm



Oak Creek Public Library & Oak Creek Community Center present Fizz, Boom, Read! Tuesday Performances.

6/17   Avian Adventure/Kohl's Wild Theater      6/24  Sounds in Nature/David Stokes      7/8    Children's Music Extravaganza!/Ken Baron      7/15  Marimba & Juggling Variety Show/Mike Neumeyer      7/29   Ice Cream Social with special guest Recording artist Tom Pease!

Performances will be held @the Oak Creek Community Center.  Registration not required! Programs geared toward children ages 5-11, but all ages are welcome. Sponsored by the Friends of the Oak Creek Public Library.

Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra Live at Peck

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm

 

Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra Live at Peck

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm



Regarded as the nation’s largest and most extensive youth orchestra program, Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO) offers the highest level of training in ensemble musicianship to motivated young people from diverse backgrounds across southeastern Wisconsin.

Kohl's Wild Theater presents The Great Global Extravaganza

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Johnson Creek Public Library

Time: 2:00 pm

 

Kohl's Wild Theater presents The Great Global Extravaganza

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Johnson Creek Public Library

Time: 2:00 pm



The Zoological Society of Milwaukee and Kohl's Cares have partnered to bring you Kohl's Wild Theater, which provides conservation-themed theater performances using drama, songs, and puppetry. Join the actors in this 30-minute mix of skits and songs that introduce audiences to animals from around the globe.

Milwaukee Career Fair - July 29th @ 6pm!

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Brookfield Hotel & Convention Center

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Milwaukee Career Fair - July 29th @ 6pm!

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Brookfield Hotel & Convention Center

Time: 6:00 pm



Meet face to face with multiple decision makers hiring sales, business development, marketing, customer service, retail and sales management professionals across many industries. Our events are open to executive level experienced professionals as well as entry level and recent college graduates. This is your chance to meet directly with hiring managers!

MANY COMPANIES ATTENDING!!!

Milwaukee Career Fair
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 - 6pm Sharp
Brookfield Hotel & Convention Center
1200 S. Moorland Rd.
Brookfield, WI 53005

*FREE to attend for job seekers

**Business professional attire required

 

 

 

Oregon Winemaker Dinner with Tony Rynders

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Joey Gerard's- Mequon

Time: 6:30 pm

 

Oregon Winemaker Dinner with Tony Rynders

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: Joey Gerard's- Mequon

Time: 6:30 pm



Joey Gerard’s Mequon welcomes world-renowned Oregon winemaker and Wisconsin native Tony Rynders. He returns to his home state to showcase his wines with you on Tuesday, July 29 at 6:30pm.

Tony's been making award-winning wines since 1989 and is presenting his small production label, Tendril Wine Cellars, which focuses mainly on Pinot Noir.

Join us for a delicious four-course dinner paired with Tony's wines. View the menu online.

$75 plus tax and gratuity
Reservations: (262) 518-5500
 

Deuces Wild Concert

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 7:00 pm

 

Deuces Wild Concert

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 7:00 pm



They're back! Deuces Wild returns for the second time to the AirVenture grounds. David Eichholz and Ted Manderfeld are the duo of Deuces Wild! Dueling Pianos, a piano variety act offering a Las Vegas-style show mix of comedy enticing extensive audience participation and featuring an unlikely and surprising mix of music and parodies. Ranging from classic rock to country to rap to pop, they do it all, and they do it hilariously well. However, the key to their marathon of musical comedy lies in the unabashed and completely liberated participation of audience members ranging from ages 8 to 80.

Comedian Maria Herman will get things kicked off for a great evening of entertainment.
 

Triumphant Quartet in Christian Concert

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 10:30 am

 

Triumphant Quartet in Christian Concert

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 10:30 am



David Sutton, Clayton Inman, Scott Inman, Eric Bennett and pianist Jeff Stice form the acclaimed Southern Gospel group, the Triumphant Quartet. Their mission is to spread the Word of God through song and share the good news of Christ. Formerly based out of the Miracle Theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Triumphant Quartet has been touring full time since 2008. Every year the Quartet and its individual members have been nominated for awards and watched their songs climb into the Top 10, songs like “I Bring You Forgiveness” and “Don’t Let the Sandals Fool Ya;” albums like “Home Free” and “Triumphant;” as well as accreditation as American Gospel Music Artists. They are humbled by the support of their fans and celebrate the combination of talent, commitment and unwavering faith that keeps them together and keeps their focus on the ministry.

Triumphant Quartet in Christian Concert

July

29

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Triumphant Quartet in Christian Concert

Date: Tue-Jul-29-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 5:00 pm



David Sutton, Clayton Inman, Scott Inman, Eric Bennett and pianist Jeff Stice form the acclaimed Southern Gospel group, the Triumphant Quartet. Their mission is to spread the Word of God through song and share the good news of Christ. Formerly based out of the Miracle Theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Triumphant Quartet has been touring full time since 2008. Every year the Quartet and its individual members have been nominated for awards and watched their songs climb into the Top 10, songs like “I Bring You Forgiveness” and “Don’t Let the Sandals Fool Ya;” albums like “Home Free” and “Triumphant;” as well as accreditation as American Gospel Music Artists. They are humbled by the support of their fans and celebrate the combination of talent, commitment and unwavering faith that keeps them together and keeps their focus on the ministry.

Triumphant Quartet in Christian Concert

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Triumphant Quartet in Christian Concert

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 5:00 pm



David Sutton, Clayton Inman, Scott Inman, Eric Bennett and pianist Jeff Stice form the acclaimed Southern Gospel group, the Triumphant Quartet. Their mission is to spread the Word of God through song and share the good news of Christ. Formerly based out of the Miracle Theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Triumphant Quartet has been touring full time since 2008. Every year the Quartet and its individual members have been nominated for awards and watched their songs climb into the Top 10, songs like “I Bring You Forgiveness” and “Don’t Let the Sandals Fool Ya;” albums like “Home Free” and “Triumphant;” as well as accreditation as American Gospel Music Artists. They are humbled by the support of their fans and celebrate the combination of talent, commitment and unwavering faith that keeps them together and keeps their focus on the ministry.

Farm-to-Table Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am

 

Farm-to-Table Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am



What was life like before fast food and drive thrus? What did kids in the 1800s eat and where did they get it? Experience what it took for Wisconsin's early setters to get food on the table. Work in our heirloom gardens — then help gather the seasonal produce to prepare and enjoy a 19th century-inspired meal over a wood-burning cook stove. We welcome your help with farm chores like checking the hen house for eggs, churning butter, grinding cornmeal and hauling the water to wash up. You'll enjoy fresh-brewed mint tea, velvet cake, and a tasty noonday meal, prepared by the best of chefs ... you! Share your knowledge with a recipe book you 'll create to remember the day. Preregistration Required Age Requirement: Entering grades 5 – 7

Summer Sounds Outdoor Concert Series at Hubbard Park

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Hubbard Park

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Summer Sounds Outdoor Concert Series at Hubbard Park

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Hubbard Park

Time: 6:00 pm



July 30 Concert To Feature Darele Bisquerra & Trio de Janeiro

 

Shorewood is pleased to bring back its popular music series, "Summer Sounds," this season to beautiful Hubbard Park along the Milwaukee River. From jazz to oldies, big band to boss nova, these free outdoor concerts are sure to please anyone's musical taste buds. Bring a lawn chair or blanket -  food and beverages for sale from Hubbard Park Lodge (no carry-in alcohol). Rain location inside Hubbard Park Lodge.

 

On this last concert of the series on Wednesday, July 30, stroll the threshold between sand and sea with BossaNova, Vintage Latin, CafeJazz, IslandSol and a splash of Swing from Darele Bisquerra & Trio de Janeiro.

 

The Summer Sounds Concert Series is produced by the Village of Shorewood Marketing Program. Presenting sponsor is Hubbard Park Lodge. Master sponsors are the Shorewood Foundation and Shorewood Men's Club. Event sponsors are Culver's of Shorewood, PNC Bank and Shorewest Realtor Mary Wright.

 

Join us in handsome Hubbard Park this July and celebrate summer in style in Shorewood. Hubbard Park is located at 3565 N. Morris Blvd., just a few blocks south of Capitol Dr.

The Mantz Brothers Concert

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 6:00 pm

 

The Mantz Brothers Concert

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 6:00 pm



The Mantz Brothers, 6 p.m. (immediately following the afternoon air show) followed by singer Sandra Lynn at 7:30 p.m.
 

Sustainability Short Course: Is Net Positive Possible?

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Marquette University

Time: 8:00 am

 

Sustainability Short Course: Is Net Positive Possible?

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Marquette University

Time: 8:00 am



About the course

Marquette University is pleased to welcome you to attend our Sustainability short course focused on the businessof “Net Positive”. The course will introduce students, academics and leaders in industry to re-frame our thinking around the possibilities of Net Positive as it applies to sustainable practices, as well as the tools and methods used by industry leaders for Net Positive accounting. In other words, how can sustainable business practices be incorporated not to be "less bad," but rather to do more good than harm? It will consist of 2 days of learning through 30 – 45 minute lectures and case studies from experts followed by engaging facilitated discussions wherein participants can debate, network, and share best practices for achieving sustainability. We are very excited to host Dr. Gregory Norris as our 2014 keynote speaker. Check out the details, including logistics, agenda and speaker bios below.

Continuing Education Credits (PDH)

Course attendees will earn 12 PDHs for continuing education requirements.

#WineCraze Wednesday - A Vintage Voyage: France

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: InterContinental Milwaukee

Time: 5:30 pm

 

#WineCraze Wednesday - A Vintage Voyage: France

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: InterContinental Milwaukee

Time: 5:30 pm



Shift gears and join us in Juillet, the month of many a French tradition. This month’s Wine Craze takes you on a Tour down the roads that wind and narrow through the gorgeous countryside of France, scents of ripening vines in the air. Cruise through five weeks of aromatic adventure, each twist and turn bringing you closer to a hidden gem.

• • JULY 2nd • •

2012, BIELER PERE ET FILS, COTEAUX D’AIX EN PROVENCE, ROSE
Charles Bieler, prolific in the Rosé world, most known for being apart of the Three Thieves, and driving around in the 90’s promoting Rosé in a Pink Cadillac. Lately, if you want to catch this innovator of wine you may catch a glimpse if you head to his father’s operation in Provence or Southern Rhone, sporting a pink tux of all things…

2013, CHÂTEAU PEYRASSOL, CÔTES DE PROVENCE, ROSE
Francoise Rigord or Dame de Peyrassol, has help shape the identity of the Camanderie, since its Medieval origins of the Knights of Templar. Currently, she leaves it in the capable hands of winemaker Philippe Austruy who invests his time in this large venture to approach a new legend for this Château.


• • JULY 9th • •

N.V. BOLLINGER SPECIAL CUVEÉ BRUT
Bollinger has a sophisticated excellence in the village of Aÿ, almost as if this wine was born in those narrow streets and alleys after a wealthy noble inherited the land and created the House with unlikely partners in 1829. Visiting this Champagne House, hoping to indulge in bottled legacy, from then catapulting to success on the silver screen. Walking through the doors of the stone gate makes one utter “Bollinger? If it is a ‘69, you were expecting me.” – James Bond, Moonraker, 1979

N.V., NICOLAS FEUILLATTE CHAMPAGNE BRUT
Nicolas Feuillatte is a man, and now a brand that has faced competition from centuries-old Champagne Houses, in just 35 years, the brand has climbed to meteoric success due to his tenacity and precision. This House is an alliance of 82 cooperatives and 4,500 winegrowers, looking over this region is like staring at a vast rolling sea of green, and technically a small ocean of champagne.

 

• • JULY 16th • •

2009, CHÂTEAU COUTET GRAND CRU, ST. EMILION, BORDEAUX
Xavier David Beaulieu is the owner of the estate, one wouldn’t guess that by the unassuming picturesque hills and wild tulips that it is the site of an odyssey that echoes back to ancient romans. Beaulieu is a gracious host and welcomes all to his tasting room, and if you are lucky you get to see his centuries old barrel room, with bottles stored before the United States was a twinkle in Jefferson’s eye.

2011, CHÂTEAU L’ECUYER, POMEROL, BORDEAUX
If one were to look out over this small estate they could see the rooftops of the villages in Bordeaux on this Pomerol plateau. Emeric Petit is the drive behind this newer project, creating wine unlike anything else in the world, but many know him and his ancestral wine family


• • JULY 23rd • •

2009, DOMAINE DU JUGARET, ST. JULIEN, BORDEAUX
The estate is small, with just 18 rows of vines, cobwebbed lamps and a musty stone cellar, but the wine is so very grand. Jean-Françios Fillastre has kept it in the family since 1654. Some recall the 1945 vintage the best wine-drinking of their lives. Alas, all things come to an end as it is the plight of smaller estates getting forced out by the larger more flashy Bordeaux wines.

2009, CHÂTEAU LA PEYRE, ST. ESTEPHE, BORDEAUX
René Rabiller, took over his family winery rather than see it sold to a big name like Rothschild. He like many follows old traditions with multiple skill sets. René is one of 44 that can now, since 2006, legally call himself, his wine, ‘a vintage craftsman’ or Cru Artisan.


• • JULY 30th • •

2011, DANIEL CHOTARD, SANCERRE
As you walk up this small hill in Sancerre you might hear the accordion in the background. That’s Daniel, another success in a long line of family vignerons in Reigny since 1789. The jazz music that he is so passionate for translates into his wine creating harmonies and crescendos that need to be tasted.

2011, LUCIEN CROCHET, SANCERRE
In the small village of Bué on a small rise above the church in the center of the village are a combination of estates from his father and father-in-law in conjunction, the latter being the first to sell Sancerre wine to Paris. This “Pope” of Sancerre has since handed over reigns to his son Gilles, who has equal respect for the land, vines, and those heavenly pearls of gold that glow in summer sun.

Passport to Rioja Wine and Food Tasting

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Indulge Wine Room

Time: 7:00 pm

 

Passport to Rioja Wine and Food Tasting

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Indulge Wine Room

Time: 7:00 pm



Transport yourself to the breathtaking region of Rioja, Spain for a special evening of wine tasting and tapas! Choose from over 25 Rioja wines paired with the perfect small bites, stamp your passport at each table and enter for a chance to win a Rioja swag bag. Indulge will donate 10% of all wines ordered at the event to the Skylight Music Theatre. With limited spaces this event will sell quickly, so buy your tickets early.

Tapas menu includes: Gambas al Ajillo, Jamon Serrano, Manchego Cheese, Empanadas, Gazpacho “Shooters”, Patatas a la Riojana and Smoked Chorizo.

To Order Tickets, Call: (414) 390-9463

Alaskan Snow Crab Splash

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Buffet

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Alaskan Snow Crab Splash

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Buffet

Time: 4:00 pm



Our two-night, low-price all-you-can-eat crab leg buffet continues!

Enjoy succulent Alaskan Snow Crab Legs and plenty of other buffet favorites at 25% off (when you use your Fire Keeper’s Club card®) on Wednesdays and Fridays.

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am

 

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am



Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in Wisconsin's "Big Woods" in 1867. We've put together a full month of daily activities that let you live like Laura and the Ingalls family and friends. Dress as a character from one of the Little House books and receive a discount on admission.

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am

 

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am



$34.00 Three Course Menu

Course One

Grilled Pear and Blue D' Auvergne Cheese Tart with Caramelized Onions and Walnuts Served with a petite salad tossed in Balsamic Vinaigrette

Course Two

Pan-Seared Red Snapper with Baby Spinach, Marinated Potatoes and Pear Peppercorn Sauce

Course Three

Tart Cherry Clafoutis with Creme Anglaise

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am

 

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am



Spirit week for downtown Milwaukee's 81,000 employees. The week features daily giveaways, office challenge games, exclusive discounts and more.

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Back by popular demand! Dive into the world of underwater robots as you build and test your own ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle). Investigate the principles and technologies used in the creation of underwater robotic vehicles and their role in discovery, science, and exploration. Board a boat and pilot your ROV in Lake Michigan.** You’ll be able to take your ROV home at the end of the week.

**Weather dependent

For students entering grades 9th through 12th.

Food of the Future Summer Camp

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Food of the Future Summer Camp

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Food of the Future is a week-long exploration of what food could be when mixed with a little chemistry and science. Experiences include modifying ingredients, techniques, and sometimes just making something strange. Explore the science behind new food ideas; create liquid nitrogen ice cream, marshmallows of the future, chocolate mushrooms, and more! Learn how to use sodium alginate and calcium lactate to create a molecular raw egg out of coconut milk and fruit. See all the tricks that top chefs are using and produce incredible dishes!

For students entering grades 3rd through 5th.

Airborne Summer Camp

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Airborne Summer Camp

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No - it’s a flying creation from the Kohl’s Design It! Lab! Spend the week learning about aerodynamics, materials made for flight, and the best designs for lift off. Use heat sealers and Tyvek® to make your own kite and test it against the elements in Lakeshore State Park. Create your own windsock inspired by the fish of the Reiman Aquarium and design, test, and redesign your own rocket to be launched at the end of the week.

For students entering grades 6th through 8th.

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



 Assemble your own electric guitar; create custom graphics; screen print on your guitar; design images for your pick guard; and then get an expert tune-up. You’ll do all of this in one week in the NEW Bill Brady Intelligent Products Lab at Discovery World. Our electronic professionals will show you how to wire your guitar for new sonic possibilities and our printing pros will guide you through the process to customize your guitar. And YES, the guitar is yours to keep!

For students grades 6th through 8th.

Daylily Peak Bloom

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Monches Farm, LLC

Time: 9:00 am

 

Daylily Peak Bloom

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Monches Farm, LLC

Time: 9:00 am



Monches Farm has been a destination for adventurous & discerning gardeners since 1980.

Growing over 2,000 varieties of hardy fieldgrown perennials, including 300+ varieties of colorful & durable Daylilies. Daylily peak bloom time is mid July through early August. Take a day trip to the scenic Kettle Moraine area and relax in the beauty of our Daylily fields in full bloom.

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am

 

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am



Superior is proud to offer culinary and pastry arts summer camp, where young campers can experience a real culinary adventure.  Our camp program is designed to spark interest in healthy, fresh foods and fun activities and lets your young campers explore their culinary side.

Campers will get to experience new tastes and learnt to prepare recipes from various world cuisines.

Learn the importance of connecting our children to the wonders of being involved in gardening and cooking.  The kids culinary summer camp will include a lineup of fun classes, along with a showcase of summer fun and camps where kids can explore different outdoor cooking activities.

The daily topics for both the Cooking Camp and Baking Camp are geared towards healthy eating.  At Superior Camp Adventures no two days are ever the same.  Each day is filled with new options for every period and our kids get to make their own schedules.  There are four available periords in the day and we'll help our campers fill each moment with fun, learning and excitement.

Participants are instructed in cooking and baking at beginning. intermediate and advanced levels.  Whether you're beating the heat with our "Cool Treats", tasting old world favorites of Italy, uncovering culinary favorites of India or dipping into "Chocolate Adventure" you never know what to expect next!  Learn how to cook in a hands-on, safe and fun environment.

They also are taught kitchen safety and sanitation practices, how to read a recipe and cooking techniques, not to mention how to make yummy dishes such as hummus with vegetable crudites and mouth watering baked goods such as muffins and scones.

The chefs will teach the kids how to pick fresh vegetables and use fresh herbs and salads for all classes.  Please note that items may be adapted or changed to suit student needs-Please ensure you note on the Registration Packet any dietary needs (we may call for additional information).  Items may also change due to market availability.

Each day at camp will have a different emphasis.  Certifcation of completion will be presented at the conclusion of each camp.  All students may invite two (2) guest to the Friday Graduation to enjoy a luncheon prepared by campers.

 

The Phantom of the Opera

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm

 

The Phantom of the Opera

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm



Following an acclaimed sell-out tour of the United Kingdom, Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s phenomenal musical success, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, will make its premiere in Milwaukee as part of a brand new US National Tour. Hailed as “Stunning, intense and spectacular” by the Sunday Express, this production features a brilliant new design by Paul Brown, costumes by the much missed Maria Björnson, a new staging by Laurence Connor – director of the recent acclaimed 25th anniversary celebration at the Royal Albert Hall – and new choreography by Scott Ambler. The production is overseen by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh.

Lakeshore Chinooks

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Concordia University Wisconsin

Time: 6:35 pm

 

Lakeshore Chinooks

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Concordia University Wisconsin

Time: 6:35 pm



About

The Lakeshore Chinooks are a summer collegiate baseball team that plays in the Northwoods League along with the Madison Mallards, Green Bay Bullfrogs, etc. The team’s ownership includes MLB Hall of Famers Robin Yount and Bob Uecker. The Chinooks season beings in late-May and runs until mid-August. All home games are played at Kapco Park located on the campus of Concordia University of Wisconsin in Mequon. The Lakeshore Chinooks will be hosting the 2014 Northwoods League All-Star Game on July 22nd.


Hours of Operation

The Kapco Park stadium box office is open on game days at the time gates open. Gates open 60 minutes prior to game start times (90 minutes on Friday home games). The Lakeshore Chinooks office is open Monday-Friday from 9am–5pm and is located at 995 Badger Circle Grafton, WI 53024.

Directions

Kapco Park is just twenty minutes north of downtown Milwaukee.
 

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am

 

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am



Explore 60 years of Jews in rock and roll with a new touring exhibit,
JEWS WHO ROCK: A Musical History Tour, at the Jewish Museum. The exhibit examines the Jewish influences in rock and roll and popular music through photographs, artifacts, memorabilia and informative panels that represent a sampling of the countless singers, songwriters, musicians, concert promoters and record company executives influential both in front and behind the scenes. Museum-goers will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with classic favorites such as Bob Dylan, Billy Joel and Bette Midler, through newer musicians such as hip-hop artist Drake, singer/songwriter Pink and Vampire Weekend.

This exhibit is open every Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and on Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm. Not open on Saturdays. Visit www.JewishMuseumMilwaukee.org for more info.

Tosa Tonight

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Rotary Performance Pavilion

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Tosa Tonight

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Rotary Performance Pavilion

Time: 6:00 pm



Wauwatosa SOUNDS better than ever! Join your community for another summer of Tosa Tonight performances at the beautiful Rotary Performance Pavilion! Come back with us to the "lazy" days of summer, when life was so simple and the cool evening breeze welcomed each twilight. Sip ice-cold beverages, sample a delicious variety of food with your neighbors, indulge in some fresh ice cream and other treats, all topped off with fantastic music.

Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, a flameless candle, and of course, family and friends, but most importantly, your appetite and thirst. Your food and beverage purchases directly raise money for the on-going non-profit operation of the Rotary Performance Pavilion and future Tosa Tonght concerts. Please eliminate the hassle of dragging coolers and support our ongoing series.

Opening act starts at 6:00 p.m., main act at 7:30 p.m. Concerts are held rain or shine, but may be cancelled due to lightning or severe weather.

These free concerts are made possible by the generous support of our sponsors. Please refer to the Tosa Tonight site for a full list of performers.

River Rhythms

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Pere Marquette Park

Time: 6:30 pm

 

River Rhythms

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Pere Marquette Park

Time: 6:30 pm



Westown’s free, outdoor summer concert series in Pere Marquette Park is the premiere place to be on Wednesday nights! Every Wednesday from June 11th to August 27th, River Rhythms will play host to some of the finest local talent.

As usual, we are even bringing in some national & international acts! River Rhythms prides itself in being Milwaukee’s most-diverse concert series and features everything from blues to reggae, country to Celtic to salsa and cover bands.

Pre-School Pop-In

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Betty Brinn Children's Museum

Time: 10:30 am

 

Pre-School Pop-In

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Betty Brinn Children's Museum

Time: 10:30 am



Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
Pre-School Pop-In: Ages 3 – 5

Join us for songs, stories and other fun group activities that focus on school readiness, and strengthening vocabulary and social skills.

Please register at the Museum’s Information Desk the day of the program. Space is limited and participation is on a first-come, first-served basis for general visitors.

LIVE @ the Lakefront

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Rotary Amphitheater at Discovery World

Time: 5:30 pm

 

LIVE @ the Lakefront

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Rotary Amphitheater at Discovery World

Time: 5:30 pm



 Enjoy FREE live music every summer Wednesday at Discovery World, RAIN OR SHINE! Features family friendly original bands playing jazz, reggae, world music, rock and more. Food and beverage available from Bartolotta - or bring your own!

Happy Hour Cruise

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Happy Hour Cruise

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 6:00 pm



The Milwaukee Boat Line Happy Hour Cruise is a 90 minute cruise that explores the Milwaukee river, Harbor, and Lake Michigan. There will be plenty of drink specials and great music onboard! It is a great way to unwind after a hard days work and meet plenty great people or enjoy the company of your friends and peers. Our Happy Hour Cruises take place Tuesday-Saturday and the boat departs at 6 pm. Don't miss out on all the fun!

Leo Saul Berk-"The Uncertainty of Enclosure"

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Inova/Kenilworth Square East

Time: 12:00 pm

 

Leo Saul Berk-"The Uncertainty of Enclosure"

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Inova/Kenilworth Square East

Time: 12:00 pm



The Uncertainty of Enclosure explores the impact of an architecturally iconic residence- Bruce Goff's Ford House In Aurora, Illinois- on the art of Leo Saul Berk. Goff utilized unconventional materials and extraordinary techniques to achieve fluid forms inspired by nature. Berk has created a body of work informed by his childhood experience at the home, his historical research, and his ongoing reflection on the house's pivotal role in the development of his ongoing reflection of his artistic vision. INOVA will tour this exhibition nationally. Support for this exhibition is provided in part by grants from the Mary L Nohl Fund of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.

 Opening Reception: June 6th from 6-8pm.

 

GALLERY HOURS:

Wednesday, Friday-Sunday: 12-5pm

Thursday: 12-8pm

Gypsy

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Sunset Playhouse, Inc

Time: 7:30 pm

 

Gypsy

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Sunset Playhouse, Inc

Time: 7:30 pm



Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Jerome Robbins and produced by David Merrick

What do Ethel Merman, Bernadette Peters, and Tyne Daly have in common? All have played the brassy, bossy Mama Rose in New York productions of Gypsy. Loosely based on the memoirs of striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee, this musical focuses on Rose, the driving force behind her daughters (June, Havoc, and Louise). When Rose pushes the teenage Louise into service as a last minute replacement for a second class club’s lead stripper, Louise discovers her way to fortune and fame, eventually becoming Gypsy Rose Lee and one of Minsky’s biggest stars.

KidZ Days At the Center

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 10:00 am

 

KidZ Days At the Center

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 10:00 am



KidZ Days At the Center is our free programming for children, held outdoors on KidZ Stage throughout the summer months on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. This community service provides live performing arts that incorporate an educational component and encourage interactive participation.

View Presenter Schedule

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am

 

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am



 The John Michael Kohler Arts Center marks the 40th anniversary of its world-renowned Arts/Industry residency program with a sweeping, first-ever retrospective exhibition of works created by artists-in-residence in the Pottery, Foundry, and Enamel Shop of plumbingware manufacturer Kohler Co. More than 350 ceramic, cast iron, and brass works of art will be on view drawn primarily from the Arts Center’s and Kohler Co.’s permanent collections. Among the artists featured are Ann Agee, Christina Antemann, Clayton Bailey, Susan Beiner, Mary Jo Bole, Johan Creten, Phoebe Cummings, Michael Dinges, Jack Earl, Molly Hatch, Sergei Isupov, Beth Lipman, Richard Notkin, Denise Pelletier, Michael Sherrill, Tom Spleth, Alex Schweder, and Arnie Zimmerman. The exhibition is curated by the director of the Arts Center and founder of Arts/Industry, Ruth DeYoung Kohler.

The American Road Exhibit

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am

 

The American Road Exhibit

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am



“Road Trip!” These words conjure all sorts of imagery, vivid memories, and nostalgia. Opening June of 2014, the Harley-Davidson Museum’s special exhibition The American Road traces the rise of the road trip as an American ritual. The story unfolds in the 1930s, when leisure travel and the open road offered an escape for a small but growing number of affluent Americans. By the post-WWII years, taking to the road became the template for the average family vacation. “Westward ho!” was their cry, albeit in a station wagon rather than covered wagon, as celebrating the frontier and old west became central to defining uniquely American ideals of freedom and exploration. Though this Golden Age of the road trip ended with the gas crisis of the early ‘70s, the ritual remains a fundamental American experience, evidenced by its place in pop culture as well as the curiosity it sparks globally as motorists and motorcyclists retrace historic routes.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Time: 12:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Time: 12:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Time: 2:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Time: 2:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Time: 4:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Time: 4:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

"Summer in Wisconsin"

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Tory Folliard Gallery

Time: 11:00 am

 

"Summer in Wisconsin"

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Tory Folliard Gallery

Time: 11:00 am



July 12 – September 6, 2014

Tues-Fri 11:00am - 5:00pm; Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm

Opening and Artists' Reception: July 25th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Gallery Night & Day: July 25 & July 26

Exuding the energy of our favorite time of year, this comprehensive, triennial exhibition features new work by our many talented Wisconsin artists in a diverse collection of contemporary styles that range from abstract to realist.

Smokey Joe's Cafe

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 10:30 am

 

Smokey Joe's Cafe

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 10:30 am



This critically acclaimed musical revue is a joyful celebration of the music of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. You may not know the names but we guarantee you know their music. Leiber and Stoller, as much as anyone, virtually invented rock ‘n’ roll. SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE features nearly 40 of the greatest songs ever recorded, such as “Hound Dog”, “Love Potion #9″, “Yackety Yak”, “Charlie Brown”, “Jailhouse Rock”, “Fools Fall in Love,” “Stand By Me,” and many, many more performed live by a cast of some of the country’s best young performers! The original production ran on Broadway for five years and The Fireside’s exciting new staging of this smash hit musical is sure to bring crowds to their feet once again!

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am

 

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am



Explore the artistic evolution of Wassily Kandinsky, a master of modern art, in this must-see exhibition. An amazing collection of paintings and other works from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, traces the development of this extraordinary and inventive artist, from his early figurative works to his most modern pieces. Alive with color, and rhythmic, Kandinsky's distinctive, abstract style made him one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.

John Steuart Curry: At Home in Wisconsin

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Museum of Wisconsin Art

Time: 10:00 am

 

John Steuart Curry: At Home in Wisconsin

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Museum of Wisconsin Art

Time: 10:00 am



In 1936, John Steuart Curry became America’s first artist-in-residence at UW-Madison. It was a perfect opportunity to work in his beloved Midwest. His murals and painting reflected the progressive ties between the arts, the University and the farming community. This exhibition will showcase that connection.

Opening: Thursday, June 26, 5:00–8:00

Exhibition Presentations:
Thursday, July 10, 6:30 - Curry in Context
Thursday, July 24, 6:30 - Hunger Fighters
Thursday, July 31, 6:30 - The Wisconsin Idea

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am

 

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am



Mount Mary University is presenting “Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon,” a powerful storytelling exhibit featuring the work of renowned photojournalist Paola Gianturco.The free exhibit includes images and stories of grandmothers worldwide who are acting courageously and effectively to create a better future for grandchildren around the globe. Visitors will have a chance to add their own grandmother to the story, through a special digital interactive experience.

Traditions

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

Time: 10:00 am

 

Traditions

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

Time: 10:00 am



WMQFA Collection of American Quilts c. 1835 – 1880 (Guest Curator: Carol Butzke) Mary Mc Elwain Quilts & Ephemera c. 1940 (Guest Curators: Pat Nichols & Carol Butzke) Traditions Made Modern: ”Full Circle” Sketches From Life — 12 Double Wedding Rings by Victoria Findlay Wolfe

Hartung Park Farmers Market

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Hartung Park

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Hartung Park Farmers Market

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Hartung Park

Time: 4:00 pm



Open air market with produce from local vendors. 4-7pm, North of Burleigh Rd. on Menomonee River Pkwy.

H2O In Art

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: David Barnett Gallery

Time: 11:00 am

 

H2O In Art

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: David Barnett Gallery

Time: 11:00 am



The David Barnett Gallery presents H2O In Art. An opening reception will be held on Gallery Night & Day, Friday, July 25, 2014 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and Saturday, July 26, 2014 from 11:00am to 5:00pm. The gallery is located at 1024 E. State St. at Prospect Ave. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee is a world leader in water related manufacturing, education, technology and innovation. We are honoring and celebrating this distinction by presenting H2O In Art. This exhibit will feature artwork themes, titles and mediums depicting and relating to water. On display will be colorful vintage lithograph posters, antique Milwaukee prints featuring the Milwaukee River, Lake Michigan and our beautiful inland lakes in Wisconsin as well as watercolors of historic Venice, Italy by artist, Craig Lueck. Many styles and periods in art history by artists from around the world represented. Artists include: Victoria Ryan, Abraham Walkowitz, Douglas Smith, Craig Lueck, Joseph Ferrara, Edward Ruscha, Claude Monet, Schomer Lichtner, Nic Lenz, Tom Ferderbar, Reginald Gee, Gregory Steele, Carol Summers, Dan Muller, Karin Kaufman, Francesco Spicuzza, Sylvia Spicuzza, Howard Schroedter, Kees Van Dongen, Alphonse Mucha, Samuel Kpetenkple, Wassily Kandinsky and David Barnett. The exhibition will run through October 11, 2014. The David Barnett Gallery provides professional art consultation, appraisals, restoration and conservation, framing, lighting, custom giclee printing, delivery, and installation services. The gallery’s Van Go mobile art service brings artwork to residences and offices for “on location” selection. Viewing hours at the David Barnett Gallery are 11:00am to 5:30pm Tuesday through Friday, 11:00am to 5:00pm Saturday, or by appointment. For further information, please call (414) 271-5058.
 

Ten Chimneys 2014 Tour Season

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Lunt-Fontanne Program Center at Ten Chimneys

Time: 10:00 am

 

Ten Chimneys 2014 Tour Season

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: The Lunt-Fontanne Program Center at Ten Chimneys

Time: 10:00 am



Ten Chimneys is the estate lovingly created by theatre legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Those who visit, like guests of the Lunts, are welcomed into the Lunts' extraordinary home without the fuss of ropes or barriers. Guests are placed in small groups and are led through the estate by knowledgeable docents, who share stories that interpret not only the objects and decor of the estate, but also the lives and values of its remarkable creators, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Often considered “the center of the theatrical world,” luminaries such as Noël Coward, Laurence Olivier, and Katharine Hepburn were all frequent and devoted Ten Chimneys guests. Tours are available from 10:00am-2:30pm, Tuesday through Saturday and 12:00pm-2:30pm on Sunday. Call (262) 968-4110 to make your reservation. 

Historic Milwaukee Boat Tour

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Edelweiss Boats - Milwaukee River Cruise Line

Time: 3:00 pm

 

Historic Milwaukee Boat Tour

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Edelweiss Boats - Milwaukee River Cruise Line

Time: 3:00 pm



Travel through downtown Milwaukee underneath its bridges, cruise past historical landmarks and get a front-row view of the skyline of Milwaukee including the art museum, Discovery World, Summerfest grounds, and yacht clubs. The narration focuses on Milwaukee's historical development, contribution to manufacturing, federal laws and includes great views of Milwaukee's lakefront and downtown. This cruise provides a complete tour of downtown Milwaukee, the lakefront and its history. Expect to learn of Milwaukee's Brewing History, German heritage, manufacturing contributions, famous locals and its current "Renaissance" on this 1 hour and 20 minutes tour. This is a perfect tour for families, out of town guests or "Milwaukeeans" who want to re-discover the city's treasures. A cash bar is available for the duration of the cruise.

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am

 

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am



Tour Milwaukee’s architecture through the eras! The tour begins in Milwaukee’s historic downtown and ends at the ultra-modern Milwaukee Art Museum at the lakefront. Tour guide will help guests explore the architecture and streetscape to gain insight into how the commercial use of the rivers, lake and harbor helped create the Milwaukee we know today.

Highlights of the tour include: Plankinton Arcade, City Hall, Milwaukee Riverwalk, Iron Block, Chase Bank, Mitchell Building, Grain Exchange (Mackie Building), Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Building, Wells Building, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee Club, Federal Building, Gas Light Building (designed by Eschweiler and Eschweiler), US Bank Building, Northwestern Mutual Life Data Center, War Memorial Center (designed by Eero Saarinen) and the Milwaukee Art Museum (designed by Santiago Calatrava).

Tour meets in the Plankinton Arcade Building of the Grand Avenue Mall in front of the statue of John Plankinton (street level), 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue and concludes at the Milwaukee art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Drive. This tour is scheduled to last 1.5 hours but can run longer (2 hours maximum). Guests walk entire length of tour.

**Note: This tour is offered during the Milwaukee Air Show (June 21-22, 2014)**

For cancellations or re-booking, please contact Historic Milwaukee, Inc. at (414) 277-7795 or at info@historicmilwaukee.org. 48 hours cancellation is appreciated.

Westown Farmers' Market

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: ZEIDLER UNION SQUARE

Time: 10:00 am

 

Westown Farmers' Market

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: ZEIDLER UNION SQUARE

Time: 10:00 am



Enjoy the festive atmosphere of downtown's oldest market located at Third and Michigan Streets in Zeidler Park. Purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and art from local vendors as you are entertained by local musicians during the lunch hour. For the full list of music and special events at the market, please visit our website. 

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm

 

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily. Want more bingo? Play up to 180 cards electronically. Ask a bingo cashier for information. See what sessions are going on today by viewing the bingo calendar or current daily jackpots.

Breakfast Bingo

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am

 

Breakfast Bingo

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily.

Cafe Hollander - Tosa Biero

July

30

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Cafe Hollander - State Street

Time: 8:00 pm

 

Cafe Hollander - Tosa Biero

Date: Wed-Jul-30-2014

Location: Cafe Hollander - State Street

Time: 8:00 pm



Join us at Cafe Hollander in Tosa Village for BIERO! Drink biers and play bingo every Wednesday night at 8PM

Bounce Milwaukee Yoga with Morgan Herum

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bounce Milwaukee

Time: 12:00 pm

 

Bounce Milwaukee Yoga with Morgan Herum

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bounce Milwaukee

Time: 12:00 pm



Your new favorite yoga experience begins every Thursday at noon. The cost is only $16, and includes a Bounce wristband which allows you to get in unlimited cardio (or play!) before or after yoga on our inflatables (including our inflatable sports arena).

Class description: This mixed level yoga class guided by Morgan Herum smoothly connects movement to breath with a strong focus on alignment - modifications are offered for intermediate to advanced practitioners. Listen within and deepen your connection to the wisdom of your body, while strengthening muscles, tendons, and joints, and relieving tensions of the body and mind.

Although the class is limited to ages 12 and up, you're welcome to purchase a wristband to allow younger children to bounce, climb or zap while you unwind, de-stress and challenge your body. After you're done, you're welcome to play with them!

Your first class is free with any wristband purchase, too! We'll see you Thursday!

 

 http://www.bouncemilwaukee.com/yoga.html

 

Historic Third Ward Walking Food Tour

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Historic Third Ward

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Historic Third Ward Walking Food Tour

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Historic Third Ward

Time: 6:00 pm



Join us on a delicious and educational walking food tour of Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward as we discover true ethnic treasures in this lively neighborhood! This tour samples a wide range of cuisines, all of which are tied together nicely with a 5-ounce sample of genuine Wisconsin-brewed beer, just in case you forgot you were still in Milwaukee!

Celebrating our 7th anniversary, we are Milwaukee's premier, original and award-winning tour company. Our tours provide the ideal combination of food, culture and history too! On the tour, you will not only savor the food tastings, you’ll also enjoy a taste of life in this culturally rich and entertaining district. The Third Ward is home to numerous art galleries and specialty stores. Your local guide will point out hidden entertainment spots and restaurants along the way.

KEY DETAILS:
Tour Length – Approximately one mile, with plenty of walking breaks and opportunities to sit down along the way. We spend approximately 20 minutes at each restaurant.

Time Commitment – Between 2 - 2.5 hours, depending on the pace of the group

Fun Facts– Did you know that only one firehouse ever burned down in Wisconsin and it was housed in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward? Did you know that many movies were filmed in the Historic Third Ward, including The Blues Brothers and Dillinger? On this tour route, you’ll visit these sites and more! All tastings are included in the price. Portions are often served family-style. Samples are substantial - for the vast majority of attendees, you will not need to plan for a meal after the tour!

Ten Chimneys 2014 Tour Season

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Lunt-Fontanne Program Center at Ten Chimneys

Time: 10:00 am

 

Ten Chimneys 2014 Tour Season

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Lunt-Fontanne Program Center at Ten Chimneys

Time: 10:00 am



Ten Chimneys is the estate lovingly created by theatre legends Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Those who visit, like guests of the Lunts, are welcomed into the Lunts' extraordinary home without the fuss of ropes or barriers. Guests are placed in small groups and are led through the estate by knowledgeable docents, who share stories that interpret not only the objects and decor of the estate, but also the lives and values of its remarkable creators, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Often considered “the center of the theatrical world,” luminaries such as Noël Coward, Laurence Olivier, and Katharine Hepburn were all frequent and devoted Ten Chimneys guests. Tours are available from 10:00am-2:30pm, Tuesday through Saturday and 12:00pm-2:30pm on Sunday. Call (262) 968-4110 to make your reservation. 

Trivia at Cafe Centraal

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Cafe Centraal

Time: 8:00 pm

 

Trivia at Cafe Centraal

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Cafe Centraal

Time: 8:00 pm



Come drink while you think smarty pants! Every Thursday at 8pm. Stop by for specials on drinks and trivia prizes!

Breakfast Bingo

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am

 

Breakfast Bingo

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 9:30 am



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily.

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm

 

Bingo in the Afternoon at Potawatomi

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

Time: 1:00 pm



Potawatomi is one of the best places for bingo in Wisconsin. This is a fast-paced bingo hall, serving up bingo action like no other in the Midwest by offering up to four sessions daily. Want more bingo? Play up to 180 cards electronically. Ask a bingo cashier for information. See what sessions are going on today by viewing the bingo calendar or current daily jackpots.

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am

 

Downtown Thru the Eras Walking Tour

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Plankinton Arcade Building

Time: 10:00 am



Tour Milwaukee’s architecture through the eras! The tour begins in Milwaukee’s historic downtown and ends at the ultra-modern Milwaukee Art Museum at the lakefront. Tour guide will help guests explore the architecture and streetscape to gain insight into how the commercial use of the rivers, lake and harbor helped create the Milwaukee we know today.

Highlights of the tour include: Plankinton Arcade, City Hall, Milwaukee Riverwalk, Iron Block, Chase Bank, Mitchell Building, Grain Exchange (Mackie Building), Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Building, Wells Building, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee Club, Federal Building, Gas Light Building (designed by Eschweiler and Eschweiler), US Bank Building, Northwestern Mutual Life Data Center, War Memorial Center (designed by Eero Saarinen) and the Milwaukee Art Museum (designed by Santiago Calatrava).

Tour meets in the Plankinton Arcade Building of the Grand Avenue Mall in front of the statue of John Plankinton (street level), 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue and concludes at the Milwaukee art Museum, 700 N. Art Museum Drive. This tour is scheduled to last 1.5 hours but can run longer (2 hours maximum). Guests walk entire length of tour.

**Note: This tour is offered during the Milwaukee Air Show (June 21-22, 2014)**

For cancellations or re-booking, please contact Historic Milwaukee, Inc. at (414) 277-7795 or at info@historicmilwaukee.org. 48 hours cancellation is appreciated.

Old World 3rd St / Foods of MKE Walking Food Tour

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 12:30 pm

 

Old World 3rd St / Foods of MKE Walking Food Tour

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 12:30 pm



Milwaukee's spanning RiverWalk, located parallel to Water Street and the Milwaukee River in the vibrant Westown neighborhood, includes the culture, history and foods of Old World 3rd Street. Those traditions are just the beginning on this tour where Milwaukee's old German traditions meet delicious new delights!

This tour offers authentic German food tastings as well as an opportunity to eat, drink and socialize your way into newer establishments in the area. Sample Milwaukee's oldest microbrewery complete with a visit to their Beer Memorabilia collection; schlemiel and schlimazel your way across the Milwaukee River to pay homage to The Fonz; visit one of the last historic Turner society buildings still being used for its original purpose; dine on fantastic foods and more!

And unlike many of our other tours, this route allows for plenty of shopping opportunities - splurge along the way and buy local treasures at a local cheese store, sausage store, spice house and more!

KEY DETAILS:
Tour Length – Approximately 1 mile along Milwaukee’s RiverWalk, with plenty of walking breaks and opportunities to sit down along the way. We spend approximately 20 minutes at each restaurant.

Historic Milwaukee Boat Tour

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Edelweiss Boats - Milwaukee River Cruise Line

Time: 1:00 pm

 

Historic Milwaukee Boat Tour

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Edelweiss Boats - Milwaukee River Cruise Line

Time: 1:00 pm



Travel through downtown Milwaukee underneath its bridges, cruise past historical landmarks and get a front-row view of the skyline of Milwaukee including the art museum, Discovery World, Summerfest grounds, and yacht clubs. The narration focuses on Milwaukee's historical development, contribution to manufacturing, federal laws and includes great views of Milwaukee's lakefront and downtown. This cruise provides a complete tour of downtown Milwaukee, the lakefront and its history. Expect to learn of Milwaukee's Brewing History, German heritage, manufacturing contributions, famous locals and its current "Renaissance" on this 1 hour and 20 minutes tour. This is a perfect tour for families, out of town guests or "Milwaukeeans" who want to re-discover the city's treasures. A cash bar is available for the duration of the cruise.

H2O In Art

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: David Barnett Gallery

Time: 11:00 am

 

H2O In Art

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: David Barnett Gallery

Time: 11:00 am



The David Barnett Gallery presents H2O In Art. An opening reception will be held on Gallery Night & Day, Friday, July 25, 2014 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm and Saturday, July 26, 2014 from 11:00am to 5:00pm. The gallery is located at 1024 E. State St. at Prospect Ave. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee is a world leader in water related manufacturing, education, technology and innovation. We are honoring and celebrating this distinction by presenting H2O In Art. This exhibit will feature artwork themes, titles and mediums depicting and relating to water. On display will be colorful vintage lithograph posters, antique Milwaukee prints featuring the Milwaukee River, Lake Michigan and our beautiful inland lakes in Wisconsin as well as watercolors of historic Venice, Italy by artist, Craig Lueck. Many styles and periods in art history by artists from around the world represented. Artists include: Victoria Ryan, Abraham Walkowitz, Douglas Smith, Craig Lueck, Joseph Ferrara, Edward Ruscha, Claude Monet, Schomer Lichtner, Nic Lenz, Tom Ferderbar, Reginald Gee, Gregory Steele, Carol Summers, Dan Muller, Karin Kaufman, Francesco Spicuzza, Sylvia Spicuzza, Howard Schroedter, Kees Van Dongen, Alphonse Mucha, Samuel Kpetenkple, Wassily Kandinsky and David Barnett. The exhibition will run through October 11, 2014. The David Barnett Gallery provides professional art consultation, appraisals, restoration and conservation, framing, lighting, custom giclee printing, delivery, and installation services. The gallery’s Van Go mobile art service brings artwork to residences and offices for “on location” selection. Viewing hours at the David Barnett Gallery are 11:00am to 5:30pm Tuesday through Friday, 11:00am to 5:00pm Saturday, or by appointment. For further information, please call (414) 271-5058.
 

Raid the Cellar

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Iron Horse Hotel

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Raid the Cellar

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Iron Horse Hotel

Time: 5:00 pm



Raid the Cellar Thursdays

Our popular Raid the Cellar promotion has returned: Every Thursday in Smyth you can enjoy half off all bottles of wine. There are no exclusions, so don’t be afraid to make a selection from the Wine Spectator-approved list.
 

Bike Night

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Bike Night

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 5:00 pm



All bikes unite at the Harley-Davidson Museum.® Grab your bike. Join other riders for music, fun and plenty of eye candy. Enjoy food and drink specials inside and outside MOTOR® Bar & Restaurant including MOTOR Bike Night Koozie Special $2 Miller High Life all season long.

Traditions

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

Time: 10:00 am

 

Traditions

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

Time: 10:00 am



WMQFA Collection of American Quilts c. 1835 – 1880 (Guest Curator: Carol Butzke) Mary Mc Elwain Quilts & Ephemera c. 1940 (Guest Curators: Pat Nichols & Carol Butzke) Traditions Made Modern: ”Full Circle” Sketches From Life — 12 Double Wedding Rings by Victoria Findlay Wolfe

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am

 

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Mount Mary University

Time: 9:00 am



Mount Mary University is presenting “Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon,” a powerful storytelling exhibit featuring the work of renowned photojournalist Paola Gianturco.The free exhibit includes images and stories of grandmothers worldwide who are acting courageously and effectively to create a better future for grandchildren around the globe. Visitors will have a chance to add their own grandmother to the story, through a special digital interactive experience.

John Steuart Curry: At Home in Wisconsin

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Museum of Wisconsin Art

Time: 10:00 am

 

John Steuart Curry: At Home in Wisconsin

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Museum of Wisconsin Art

Time: 10:00 am



In 1936, John Steuart Curry became America’s first artist-in-residence at UW-Madison. It was a perfect opportunity to work in his beloved Midwest. His murals and painting reflected the progressive ties between the arts, the University and the farming community. This exhibition will showcase that connection.

Opening: Thursday, June 26, 5:00–8:00

Exhibition Presentations:
Thursday, July 10, 6:30 - Curry in Context
Thursday, July 24, 6:30 - Hunger Fighters
Thursday, July 31, 6:30 - The Wisconsin Idea

Menomonee Valley Young Scientists Club

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Urban Ecology Center - Menomonee Valley

Time: 4:00 pm

 

Menomonee Valley Young Scientists Club

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Urban Ecology Center - Menomonee Valley

Time: 4:00 pm



Do you know a child who's interested in science and nature? Join us in the Menomonee Valley! From hiking to gardening to helping with research to caring for our Center's animals, every day in the Young Scientists Club is a new adventure

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am

 

Kandinsky: A Retrospective

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

Time: 10:00 am



Explore the artistic evolution of Wassily Kandinsky, a master of modern art, in this must-see exhibition. An amazing collection of paintings and other works from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, traces the development of this extraordinary and inventive artist, from his early figurative works to his most modern pieces. Alive with color, and rhythmic, Kandinsky's distinctive, abstract style made him one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.

Smokey Joe's Cafe

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 10:30 am

 

Smokey Joe's Cafe

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 10:30 am



This critically acclaimed musical revue is a joyful celebration of the music of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. You may not know the names but we guarantee you know their music. Leiber and Stoller, as much as anyone, virtually invented rock ‘n’ roll. SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE features nearly 40 of the greatest songs ever recorded, such as “Hound Dog”, “Love Potion #9″, “Yackety Yak”, “Charlie Brown”, “Jailhouse Rock”, “Fools Fall in Love,” “Stand By Me,” and many, many more performed live by a cast of some of the country’s best young performers! The original production ran on Broadway for five years and The Fireside’s exciting new staging of this smash hit musical is sure to bring crowds to their feet once again!

Smokey Joe's Cafe

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 5:15 pm

 

Smokey Joe's Cafe

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Fireside Dinner Theatre

Time: 5:15 pm



This critically acclaimed musical revue is a joyful celebration of the music of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. You may not know the names but we guarantee you know their music. Leiber and Stoller, as much as anyone, virtually invented rock ‘n’ roll. SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE features nearly 40 of the greatest songs ever recorded, such as “Hound Dog”, “Love Potion #9″, “Yackety Yak”, “Charlie Brown”, “Jailhouse Rock”, “Fools Fall in Love,” “Stand By Me,” and many, many more performed live by a cast of some of the country’s best young performers! The original production ran on Broadway for five years and The Fireside’s exciting new staging of this smash hit musical is sure to bring crowds to their feet once again!

"Summer in Wisconsin"

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Tory Folliard Gallery

Time: 11:00 am

 

"Summer in Wisconsin"

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Tory Folliard Gallery

Time: 11:00 am



July 12 – September 6, 2014

Tues-Fri 11:00am - 5:00pm; Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm

Opening and Artists' Reception: July 25th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Gallery Night & Day: July 25 & July 26

Exuding the energy of our favorite time of year, this comprehensive, triennial exhibition features new work by our many talented Wisconsin artists in a diverse collection of contemporary styles that range from abstract to realist.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 12:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 12:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 2:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 2:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

History and Architecture Cruise

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 4:00 pm

 

History and Architecture Cruise

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 4:00 pm



Put simply, this is the cruise that we've built our boat line upon. Explore Milwaukee's past and present from our rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan. Unforgettable views and a unique perspectives of Milwaukee's history & architecture. Live is narration provided by a Historic Milwaukee certified tour guides & the captain. Snacks, soft drinks, beer & cocktails available on board. Lunches and catering available.

Bike Nights

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Iron Horse Hotel

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Bike Nights

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: The Iron Horse Hotel

Time: 5:00 pm



A two-wheel tradition in Milwaukee, our Thursday night Bike Nights celebrate the art and culture of the motorcycle. Arriving on everything from a vintage café racer, a brand new Euro-style, a Milwaukee signature Harley-Davidson or even a scooter, you’re guaranteed to find an interesting cast of characters and a bevy of beautiful bikes. Arrive early to enjoy Milwaukee’s sunniest outdoor lounge and stay late for a night under the stars when we light the fire pits and turn up the music.

Thursdays
5 p.m.
 

Jazz in the Park

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Cathedral Square Park

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Jazz in the Park

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Cathedral Square Park

Time: 5:00 pm



Jazz in the Park is Milwaukee's favorite free, outdoor, summer music series, featuring an eclectic lineup of jazz, big band, funk, R & B, reggae, blues and more. Performers come from across town or across the country. Concerts take place Thursday evenings, 5pm-9pm from June 5  through September 4, in Cathedral Square Park.  Music starts at 6pm, but stop by early for Jazz in the Park Happy Hour and get great drink specials from 5-6pm!  We love dogs, but ask that you please leave your little furry friends at home during Jazz in the Park.  Jazz in the Park is produced by a non-profit organization and asks that you leave your adult beverages at home. You can purchase wine, beer and cocktails from the various Jazz in the Park beverage tents.  All proceeds from sales at Jazz in the Park help offset the high costs of production and ensure the continued success of the festival. Please do your part to support this event.

Milwaukee Trolley Loop

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 11:00 am

 

Milwaukee Trolley Loop

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 11:00 am



"Hop 'n Shop, Wine 'n Dine" aboard the Milwaukee Trolley Loop presented by VISIT Milwaukee, Thursdays - Saturdays. Offering visitors a connection to attractions and summer activities throughout Westown, East Town and the Historic Third Ward, the Milwaukee Trolley Loop links riders to the Milwaukee Public Market, Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee Art Museum, Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin, Betty Brinn Children's Museum, and the theater and hotel districts. Other highlights along the route include the connectivity to street-level retail, restaurants, spas and salons. Two trolleys will service the route to offer 20-minute headways at designated stops. One complete loop is 40 minutes. Fare is $1 per trip.

The American Road Exhibit

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am

 

The American Road Exhibit

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Harley-Davidson Museum

Time: 9:00 am



“Road Trip!” These words conjure all sorts of imagery, vivid memories, and nostalgia. Opening June of 2014, the Harley-Davidson Museum’s special exhibition The American Road traces the rise of the road trip as an American ritual. The story unfolds in the 1930s, when leisure travel and the open road offered an escape for a small but growing number of affluent Americans. By the post-WWII years, taking to the road became the template for the average family vacation. “Westward ho!” was their cry, albeit in a station wagon rather than covered wagon, as celebrating the frontier and old west became central to defining uniquely American ideals of freedom and exploration. Though this Golden Age of the road trip ended with the gas crisis of the early ‘70s, the ritual remains a fundamental American experience, evidenced by its place in pop culture as well as the curiosity it sparks globally as motorists and motorcyclists retrace historic routes.

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am

 

Arts/Industry: Collaboration and Revelation

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Time: 10:00 am



 The John Michael Kohler Arts Center marks the 40th anniversary of its world-renowned Arts/Industry residency program with a sweeping, first-ever retrospective exhibition of works created by artists-in-residence in the Pottery, Foundry, and Enamel Shop of plumbingware manufacturer Kohler Co. More than 350 ceramic, cast iron, and brass works of art will be on view drawn primarily from the Arts Center’s and Kohler Co.’s permanent collections. Among the artists featured are Ann Agee, Christina Antemann, Clayton Bailey, Susan Beiner, Mary Jo Bole, Johan Creten, Phoebe Cummings, Michael Dinges, Jack Earl, Molly Hatch, Sergei Isupov, Beth Lipman, Richard Notkin, Denise Pelletier, Michael Sherrill, Tom Spleth, Alex Schweder, and Arnie Zimmerman. The exhibition is curated by the director of the Arts Center and founder of Arts/Industry, Ruth DeYoung Kohler.

KidZ Days At the Center

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 10:00 am

 

KidZ Days At the Center

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 10:00 am



KidZ Days At the Center is our free programming for children, held outdoors on KidZ Stage throughout the summer months on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. This community service provides live performing arts that incorporate an educational component and encourage interactive participation.

View Presenter Schedule

Listening to Mitchell

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 3:00 pm

 

Listening to Mitchell

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Time: 3:00 pm



There is no other place in Milwaukee like Mitchell Street. In the most densely populated area of the city, the street has remained one of Milwaukee’s most animated and diverse corridors. From its commercial heyday in the 1950s to its eclectic present, this mainstreet has been home to countless stories of grand commercial success and decline as successive waves of immigrants made their way on the street.

Beginning in fall of 2012, Sonja Thomsen and Adam Carr have been exploring the many layers of Mitchell Street. Together they created Listening to Mitchell, an installation of image and sound that transforms over fifty interviews into a site-specific experience of place and its collective memory. With the installation taking shape amongst the seven block corridor, from the Modjeska to St. Stan’s, the artists are inviting the public to join them in a multifaceted conversation with Mitchell Street.

See & hear Listening to Mitchell on the street

Listening to Mitchell’s images can be found throughout the street, like a treasure hunt, from building-sides to storefront windows to checkout counters. These bright, poppy images flirt with the language of advertising, referencing the street’s history of commerce. Rather than selling products, however, the project’s artworks point towards the street’s latent web of experience using objects as an entry point.

While walking the street, visitors will be prompted through the artworks to access a cell phone tour created by the artists. Dial 414-921-2622, followed by 1-20#, to hear audio pieces constructed around 20 Mitchell Street themes that emerged through the interview process. These include Whose street is this anyways? (8#), Go out and play (12#), In our father’s shadow (16#), Nothing matters when we are dancing(20#), and more. Callers can dial 0# to leave their own Mitchell Street reflections.

An incomplete guide

The artists worked closely with designer Nate Pyper to create Listening to Mitchell: An incomplete guide, a printed publication pulling together the many points of access created by Listening to Mitchell. A collage of artwork, tips from the artists, and stories gathered during the interview process, the guide gives visitors a series of suggestions to experience the street and installation. The guide can be picked up at businesses on Mitchell Street, as well as locations throughout the city, such as the Old South Side Settlement Museum, Forest Home Library, United Community Center’s Latino Arts Inc, Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, UW-Milwaukee’s INOVA Gallery, the Pitch Project, Sharon Lynne Wilson Center, and more.

Events happening

Throughout the run of the installation, the artists are offering a variety of programming and events to engage community members with Listening to Mitchell. In addition to a series of walking tours, including an in-depth tour for Historic Milwaukee Inc.’s Doors Open Milwaukee, the artists will produce impromptu events, taking cues from memories collected during the interview process. These include a parking lot kickball game, portraits on the street, dance/music performances, unrehearsed storytelling circles, and more. A listing of events can be found at: http://listeningtomitchell.wordpress.com/event-schedule/

Gypsy

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Sunset Playhouse, Inc

Time: 7:30 pm

 

Gypsy

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Sunset Playhouse, Inc

Time: 7:30 pm



Book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Jerome Robbins and produced by David Merrick

What do Ethel Merman, Bernadette Peters, and Tyne Daly have in common? All have played the brassy, bossy Mama Rose in New York productions of Gypsy. Loosely based on the memoirs of striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee, this musical focuses on Rose, the driving force behind her daughters (June, Havoc, and Louise). When Rose pushes the teenage Louise into service as a last minute replacement for a second class club’s lead stripper, Louise discovers her way to fortune and fame, eventually becoming Gypsy Rose Lee and one of Minsky’s biggest stars.

Leo Saul Berk-"The Uncertainty of Enclosure"

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Inova/Kenilworth Square East

Time: 12:00 pm

 

Leo Saul Berk-"The Uncertainty of Enclosure"

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Inova/Kenilworth Square East

Time: 12:00 pm



The Uncertainty of Enclosure explores the impact of an architecturally iconic residence- Bruce Goff's Ford House In Aurora, Illinois- on the art of Leo Saul Berk. Goff utilized unconventional materials and extraordinary techniques to achieve fluid forms inspired by nature. Berk has created a body of work informed by his childhood experience at the home, his historical research, and his ongoing reflection on the house's pivotal role in the development of his ongoing reflection of his artistic vision. INOVA will tour this exhibition nationally. Support for this exhibition is provided in part by grants from the Mary L Nohl Fund of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.

 Opening Reception: June 6th from 6-8pm.

 

GALLERY HOURS:

Wednesday, Friday-Sunday: 12-5pm

Thursday: 12-8pm

Happy Hour Cruise

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Happy Hour Cruise

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 6:00 pm



The Milwaukee Boat Line Happy Hour Cruise is a 90 minute cruise that explores the Milwaukee river, Harbor, and Lake Michigan. There will be plenty of drink specials and great music onboard! It is a great way to unwind after a hard days work and meet plenty great people or enjoy the company of your friends and peers. Our Happy Hour Cruises take place Tuesday-Saturday and the boat departs at 6 pm. Don't miss out on all the fun!

Tot Time

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Betty Brinn Children's Museum

Time: 10:30 am

 

Tot Time

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Betty Brinn Children's Museum

Time: 10:30 am



Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.
Ages 1 – 3

Singing, listening to stories, playing games and joining in activities for our youngest visitors are the first, critical steps in building academic and social skills for a lifetime. Join us for fun and games that are all about learning. 

Please register at the Museum’s Information Desk the day of the program. Space is limited and participation is on a first-come, first-served basis for general visitors.

Radio Milwaukee: 414 Music Live

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Studio Milwaukee

Time: 5:30 pm

 

Radio Milwaukee: 414 Music Live

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Studio Milwaukee

Time: 5:30 pm



You are invited!

Every Thursday at 5:30pm, 88Nine Radio Milwaukee welcomes a Milwaukee band into Studio Milwaukee for a live performance and interview. Stop by at 5:00pm for a front row seat! Click here for a schedule of artists.

A delicious selection of beer, wine, coffee and gourmet sodas will be available for purchase from Stone Creek Coffee. Check out their MKE Brewing Co. 414 Happy Hour special!

If you are a Milwaukee band and would like to be considered for 414 Music Live, Click here

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am

 

Jews Who Rock: A Music History Tour Exhibit

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Time: 10:00 am



Explore 60 years of Jews in rock and roll with a new touring exhibit,
JEWS WHO ROCK: A Musical History Tour, at the Jewish Museum. The exhibit examines the Jewish influences in rock and roll and popular music through photographs, artifacts, memorabilia and informative panels that represent a sampling of the countless singers, songwriters, musicians, concert promoters and record company executives influential both in front and behind the scenes. Museum-goers will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with classic favorites such as Bob Dylan, Billy Joel and Bette Midler, through newer musicians such as hip-hop artist Drake, singer/songwriter Pink and Vampire Weekend.

This exhibit is open every Monday - Friday 10 am - 4 pm and on Sunday 12 pm - 4 pm. Not open on Saturdays. Visit www.JewishMuseumMilwaukee.org for more info.

Thursday Night Wine Cellar Sessions

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Tuscan Hall Banquet Center/The Wine Cellar

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Thursday Night Wine Cellar Sessions

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Tuscan Hall Banquet Center/The Wine Cellar

Time: 5:00 pm



Join us Each Thursday Evening starting May 1st at The Wine Cellar, in Tuscan Hall 

Live Music, featuring talented musical acts from the area! Including Honest John, DJ Bubblz, The Whiskey Belles, Doin it Live Karaoke, Ian Ash from Ian and the Dream, One 2 Many and more to come!   

Unique Wine Flights, Martinis, Specialty Drinks, Tapas Menu and more!   Happy Hour from 5-7 pm Music starts at 8:00 pm        

The Phantom of the Opera

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm

 

The Phantom of the Opera

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

Time: 7:30 pm



Following an acclaimed sell-out tour of the United Kingdom, Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s phenomenal musical success, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, will make its premiere in Milwaukee as part of a brand new US National Tour. Hailed as “Stunning, intense and spectacular” by the Sunday Express, this production features a brilliant new design by Paul Brown, costumes by the much missed Maria Björnson, a new staging by Laurence Connor – director of the recent acclaimed 25th anniversary celebration at the Royal Albert Hall – and new choreography by Scott Ambler. The production is overseen by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh.

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am

 

Superior Culinary Summer Camp-Session 2

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Superior Culinary Center

Time: 9:00 am



Superior is proud to offer culinary and pastry arts summer camp, where young campers can experience a real culinary adventure.  Our camp program is designed to spark interest in healthy, fresh foods and fun activities and lets your young campers explore their culinary side.

Campers will get to experience new tastes and learnt to prepare recipes from various world cuisines.

Learn the importance of connecting our children to the wonders of being involved in gardening and cooking.  The kids culinary summer camp will include a lineup of fun classes, along with a showcase of summer fun and camps where kids can explore different outdoor cooking activities.

The daily topics for both the Cooking Camp and Baking Camp are geared towards healthy eating.  At Superior Camp Adventures no two days are ever the same.  Each day is filled with new options for every period and our kids get to make their own schedules.  There are four available periords in the day and we'll help our campers fill each moment with fun, learning and excitement.

Participants are instructed in cooking and baking at beginning. intermediate and advanced levels.  Whether you're beating the heat with our "Cool Treats", tasting old world favorites of Italy, uncovering culinary favorites of India or dipping into "Chocolate Adventure" you never know what to expect next!  Learn how to cook in a hands-on, safe and fun environment.

They also are taught kitchen safety and sanitation practices, how to read a recipe and cooking techniques, not to mention how to make yummy dishes such as hummus with vegetable crudites and mouth watering baked goods such as muffins and scones.

The chefs will teach the kids how to pick fresh vegetables and use fresh herbs and salads for all classes.  Please note that items may be adapted or changed to suit student needs-Please ensure you note on the Registration Packet any dietary needs (we may call for additional information).  Items may also change due to market availability.

Each day at camp will have a different emphasis.  Certifcation of completion will be presented at the conclusion of each camp.  All students may invite two (2) guest to the Friday Graduation to enjoy a luncheon prepared by campers.

 

Comedians Bryan Miller & Emily Galati performing LIVE at Comedy Cafe!

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee's Comedy Cafe

Time: 8:00 pm

 

Comedians Bryan Miller & Emily Galati performing LIVE at Comedy Cafe!

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee's Comedy Cafe

Time: 8:00 pm



Comedy Cafe has consistently been rated as one of the best comedy clubs in the country for over two decades, featuring acts from both television and screen. Comedians such as George Lopez, Tommy Chong, Greg Giraldo, Louie CK, Ron White, Steve Byrne, Judy Tenuta, Bill Maher, Bobby Collins, Drew Carey, Rita Rudner, Ellen DeGeneres, Craig Robinson, Andrew Dice Clay, Billy Gardell, Tim Allen, Larry the Cable Guy, Dave Chappelle, Pauly Shore, etc. have performed on our stage on their ways to the top!

Daylily Peak Bloom

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Monches Farm, LLC

Time: 9:00 am

 

Daylily Peak Bloom

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Monches Farm, LLC

Time: 9:00 am



Monches Farm has been a destination for adventurous & discerning gardeners since 1980.

Growing over 2,000 varieties of hardy fieldgrown perennials, including 300+ varieties of colorful & durable Daylilies. Daylily peak bloom time is mid July through early August. Take a day trip to the scenic Kettle Moraine area and relax in the beauty of our Daylily fields in full bloom.

Service Manager's Ride to Sault St Marie Michigan

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: House of Harley-Davidson

Time: 9:00 am

 

Service Manager's Ride to Sault St Marie Michigan

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: House of Harley-Davidson

Time: 9:00 am



Join us for a great riding vacation to the Soo! Over the long weekend, we will take day trips over the Mackinac Bridge, to Mackinac Island, Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Tahqamenon Falls, Point Iroquois Lighthouse and of course, the Soo Locks. We will be staying at the Longships Motel directly across from the ship locks. Our very own Service Manager, Keith Lewis, will be our fearless leader on this endeavor. We will dine on many a whitefish and also at the World Famous West Pier Drive in. Feel free to bring your passport if you care to adventure into Canada across the International Bridge! This is a limited ride so please register early with Keith at keith@houseofharley.com.

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Custom Electric Guitar Designer Summer Camp

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



 Assemble your own electric guitar; create custom graphics; screen print on your guitar; design images for your pick guard; and then get an expert tune-up. You’ll do all of this in one week in the NEW Bill Brady Intelligent Products Lab at Discovery World. Our electronic professionals will show you how to wire your guitar for new sonic possibilities and our printing pros will guide you through the process to customize your guitar. And YES, the guitar is yours to keep!

For students grades 6th through 8th.

Airborne Summer Camp

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Airborne Summer Camp

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No - it’s a flying creation from the Kohl’s Design It! Lab! Spend the week learning about aerodynamics, materials made for flight, and the best designs for lift off. Use heat sealers and Tyvek® to make your own kite and test it against the elements in Lakeshore State Park. Create your own windsock inspired by the fish of the Reiman Aquarium and design, test, and redesign your own rocket to be launched at the end of the week.

For students entering grades 6th through 8th.

Food of the Future Summer Camp

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Food of the Future Summer Camp

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Food of the Future is a week-long exploration of what food could be when mixed with a little chemistry and science. Experiences include modifying ingredients, techniques, and sometimes just making something strange. Explore the science behind new food ideas; create liquid nitrogen ice cream, marshmallows of the future, chocolate mushrooms, and more! Learn how to use sodium alginate and calcium lactate to create a molecular raw egg out of coconut milk and fruit. See all the tricks that top chefs are using and produce incredible dishes!

For students entering grades 3rd through 5th.

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am

 

Underwater Robotics Summer Camp

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Discovery World

Time: 9:30 am



Back by popular demand! Dive into the world of underwater robots as you build and test your own ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle). Investigate the principles and technologies used in the creation of underwater robotic vehicles and their role in discovery, science, and exploration. Board a boat and pilot your ROV in Lake Michigan.** You’ll be able to take your ROV home at the end of the week.

**Weather dependent

For students entering grades 9th through 12th.

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am

 

Downtown Employee Appreciation Week

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Various Locations

Time: 8:00 am



Spirit week for downtown Milwaukee's 81,000 employees. The week features daily giveaways, office challenge games, exclusive discounts and more.

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am

 

Storm the Bastille Three Course Menu

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Coquette Cafe

Time: 11:00 am



$34.00 Three Course Menu

Course One

Grilled Pear and Blue D' Auvergne Cheese Tart with Caramelized Onions and Walnuts Served with a petite salad tossed in Balsamic Vinaigrette

Course Two

Pan-Seared Red Snapper with Baby Spinach, Marinated Potatoes and Pear Peppercorn Sauce

Course Three

Tart Cherry Clafoutis with Creme Anglaise

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am

 

The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 10:00 am



Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in Wisconsin's "Big Woods" in 1867. We've put together a full month of daily activities that let you live like Laura and the Ingalls family and friends. Dress as a character from one of the Little House books and receive a discount on admission.

Murder Mystery Dinner Cruise

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Port of Call Bistro

Time: 6:30 pm

 

Murder Mystery Dinner Cruise

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Port of Call Bistro

Time: 6:30 pm



Milwaukee River Cruise Line and The Dinner Detective are teaming up to bring you an exciting, one-of-a-kind experience aboard the Harbor Lady on Thursday, July 31st. This interactive dinner cruise and murder mystery show features a 3-course dinner aboard the luxurious double-decker Harbor Lady while getting the audience involved right in the plot.

The Dinner Detective® is America’s largest interactive murder mystery comedy dinner show. You’ll solve a hilarious murder case while you enjoy a fantastic three-course plated dinner and stunning views of the Milwaukee River and Lakefront aboard the beautiful Harbor Lady. A tantalizing Prize Package awaits our Top Sleuth of the evening. But be careful! Everyone is a suspect, even you, and the killer might be at your table!

Seating for this show will be community-style with a maximum of 8 people per table.

Phil Vassar with Maggie Rose

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Wisconsin State Fair Park

Time: 7:30 pm

 

Phil Vassar with Maggie Rose

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Wisconsin State Fair Park

Time: 7:30 pm



Modern country singer-songwriter Phil Vassar will kick off the 2014 Fair, Thursday, July 31. Known for his captivating piano melodies and heartfelt lyrics, Vassar made his debut writing hit songs for notable country artists like Tim McGraw and Alan Jackson and has twice been named Country Song-Writer of the Year by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.

Vassar emerged as a recording artist in 2000 and headed straight to the top with his first No. 1 hit, “Just Another Day in Paradise.” Over the last 14 years, Vassar has continued to find success on country radio, recording hit songs like “In a Real Love” and “Last Day of My Life.” Up-and-coming country artist Maggie Rose, the cool and confident voice behind the hit single, “Better,” will open the show at 7:30 p.m.

Mondo Milwaukee Boat Tour

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 8:00 pm

 

Mondo Milwaukee Boat Tour

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Milwaukee Boat Line

Time: 8:00 pm



Join us aboard the mighty Vista King for the Mondo Milwaukee boat tour. Hosted by Milwaukee historian Matthew J. Prigge, Mondo Milwaukee is a one-of-a-kind trip through Milwaukee's illicit and shocking hidden history via the rivers and lake. Prostitution! Bootlegging! Murder! Pirates! Shipwrecks! This two-hour tour features its own Mondo trivia challenge with fantastic and terrible prizes and is not for the Faint Of Heart! Buy Tickets Now at mkeboat.com/tickets, keep up-to-date at facebook.com/mondomke.

Marcell Guyton Square Tunes Concert

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bayshore Town Center

Time: 12:00 pm

 

Marcell Guyton Square Tunes Concert

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bayshore Town Center

Time: 12:00 pm



Sing and dance to your favorites from Bill Joel, The Eagles, Jimmy Buffet and more through the talents of Marcell Guyton! Combining talent and energy, Marcell Guyton can perform the many requests of an excited audience. Enjoy the Summer Square Tunes Concert at Bayshore Town Center brought to you by BMO Bradley Center's Walking with Dinosaurs and Ellenbecker Investment Group.

Piano Brew

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bayshore Town Center

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Piano Brew

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bayshore Town Center

Time: 6:00 pm



Enjoy Bayshore Town Center's Square Tunes Summer Concert Series brought to you by BMO Harris Bradley Center's Walking with Dinosaurs and Ellenbecker Investment Group. With a simple goal of having fun, request songs from a repertoire of 250 songs that covers six decades of popular music!

Pipes & Pizza at Villa Palermo - Cool Cars, Hot Pizza

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Palermo's Pizza

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Pipes & Pizza at Villa Palermo - Cool Cars, Hot Pizza

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Palermo's Pizza

Time: 5:00 pm



Pipes and Pizza - a celebration of cool cars and hot pizza - returns July 10, 17, 24 and 31. Join us Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m. The July 10 date features live music by Saddlebrook. Put these dates on your calendar so you don't miss a single one! ALL MAKES AND MODELS WELCOME! Bring your vintage, classic cars or motorcycles (or just come to check them out)!  Parking for 100's of cars & bikes - room for trailers too.

Bayshore Town Center Job Fair

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bayshore Town Center

Time: 1:00 pm

 

Bayshore Town Center Job Fair

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Bayshore Town Center

Time: 1:00 pm



Chat with Bryant & Stratton College staff regarding programs to build your career. Learn about special scholarships just for Bayshore employees. Meet Bayshore Town Center retailers that are hiring now.
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Boogie and the Yo-Yoz Concert

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 6:00 pm

 

Boogie and the Yo-Yoz Concert

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: EAA AirVenture Museum

Time: 6:00 pm



Rock group Boogie and the Yo-Yoz, 6 p.m. (immediately following the afternoon air show)
 

One-Room School House Rocks Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

July

31

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am

 

One-Room School House Rocks Adventure Camp at Old World Wisconsin

Date: Thu-Jul-31-2014

Location: Old World Wisconsin

Time: 8:30 am



Experience a typical day in a one-room schoolhouse. Use a slate to write, participate in recitations and a spelling bee, and even enjoy an old-fashioned recess, all in period clothing! This camp is the real deal, down to carrying lunch in a basket. You'll even visit a nearby farm and perform chores before and after school. Experience school as Laura Ingalls Wilder, Tom Sawyer, and Huck Finn did (had he gone to class!) This is the kind of "summer school" kids love. Preregistration Required Age Requirement: Entering grades 1 – 8

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