Thursday, June 16, 2011

For my local Wisconsin Readers! Family Activities that are inexpensive!

Hi Wisconsin Readers,
A friend sent me this email about things to do in Wisconsin. Not everything is free but it's all low cost and would be fun and involve learning! Here is the list. For more information, go to each website and check it out!

June 18 - 19 Lake Geneva - Honor the Firekeepers POW-WOW. All Are Welcome! Gates Open At 10AM. Grand Entries: Saturday: 1PM and 7PM. Sunday: 1PM. Admission: Adults: $5.00, Seniors: $3.00, Children 11-16: $3.00, Children 0-10: Free. Music, Dancing, Food, Art and vendors. No drugs, alcohol, or fireworks Eastview School, Dunn Field, 400 Sage Street. For more information call (800) 345-1020.


June 18 Oshkosh - EAA Wings on Strings Kite Festival. Free for all, 10AM to 4PM. The largest kite show in the Midwest features giant kites, a candy drop for attendees, and a mass launch of more than 300 kites in which kids are encouraged to participate. They can also join kite-making workshops where they will be able to decorate and fly their own kite designs on the runway. People are free to bring their own kites, and they can also be purchased on site. EAA AirVenture Museum, Pioneer Airport. For more information call (920) 426-4818.


June 25 - 26 Baraboo - Native American Antique Show. Native American Artifact & Antique Show Saturday & Sunday. Features antique stone artifacts, Native American beadwork, textiles, jewelry & pottery. Free admission & free parking. Sauk County Fairgrounds. For more information call (920) 923-3842.


June 25 - 26 Cedarburg - Ozaukee Art Center Strawberry Festival Fine Arts & Crafts Fair. Sat 10AM - 6PM, Sun 10AM - 5PM. Admission free. The Ozaukee Art Center features juried exhibitors from many states selling fine arts and crafts. Strawberry Festival is a citywide, two-day special festival with multiple events drawing over 100,000 visitors. Closed Main Street (Washington Avenue). For more information call (262) 377-8230.


June 25 - 26 Green Bay - Civil War Reenactment at Heritage Hill. Re-enactors from across the state for this Civil War Re-enactment weekend which runs from 10AM to 4:30PM each day. View demonstrations of Civil War life from both the military and civilian perspectives including the weapons they used. Youth will have an opportunity to become a soldier for part of the day, complete with marching, training and eating lunch with Civil War soldiers. 2640 S. Webster Avenue. For more information call 920-448-5150.


June 30 Johnson Creek - Live Music at Johnson Creek Premium Oultets. Coca Cola presents free live music throughout the summer. On June 30 2nd Wave will perform from 12:30-4:30PM near the information center. 575 W. Linmar Lane. For more information call (920) 699-4111.

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