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    Wednesday, June 22 - Eau Claire Downtown Farmers Market

    Seasonal, locally grown vegetables and fruits, plus baked goods, dairy products, meat, honey, maple syrup, flowers, art, coffee, and more. No Sunday markets in 2011.
    Where: Phoenix Park
    When: 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    Who: all ages
    How: just show up
    Cost: Free to attend
    Wednesday, June 22 - Parents' Coffee Hour

    Adults: bring your coffee mugs to the Village Board Room for coffee, tea, and "adult time." Send your children into the Library for breakfast and activities. Please sign up atleast two days in advance for each Coffee Hour. Adults are required to stay in the Board Room. If your family plans to stick around for Storytime, take a short walk or please wait in the Village Hall. Bring your favorite photos, stories, and topics to discuss with other parents and guardians!
    Where: Fall Creek Public Library
    When: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (every Wednesday)
    Who: parents
    How: Register two days in advance
    Cost: Free


    Wednesday, June 22 - Fall Creek Public Library Summer Storytime

    In our modern busy lives, it is nice every once in a while to sit down, relax, and enjoy a good book. During Storytime, we sing songs, make a craft, and hear wonderful stories and fingerplays. Storytime activities have been proven to increase brain activity and communication skills, improve motor skills, and lessen the chance for obesity. On top of that, Storytimes are just plain fun! Make friends, learn about exciting authors, and check out books to take home with your family. All our youth programs are free!
    Where: Fall Creek Public Library
    When: 9:30 AM (every Wednesday until August 17th)
    Who: kids and thier adults
    How: You can sign up anytime for our Storytime. If you are unable to make it one week, that is just fine. We ask all participants to sign up so we can accommodate as many ages as we can. It also lets us know how many supplies to provide. By signing up, we have your phone number in case of cancellations.
    Cost: Free


    Wednesday, June 22 - Summer Play n' Learn in the Park

    This is a fun, interactive time for you and your child. Experience creative learning activities, learn about your child’s development and connect with other parents.
    Where: Mt. Simon Park
    When: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (every Wednesday)
    Who: all ages
    How: just show up
    Cost: Free


    Wednesday, June 22 through Thursday, June 23 - 25 Cent Movies - Chippewa Falls

    kid movies for 25 cents. This week: Nancy McPhee Returns
    Where: Micon Cinemas, Chippewa Falls
    When: 10:00 AM (every Wednesday and Thursday)
    Who: all ages
    How: just show up
    Cost: 25 cents
    For more info: Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls Movie Theaters & Showtimes


    Wednesday, June 22 - Time Travelers

    Featuring lots of creative, historical workshops throughout the summer. From pretending to be a newspaper of the olden days, crafter, quilter, fishing guide and more. See contact info for more individual class details.
    June 22: Big George Skye, Fishing Guide
    June 29: Waldemar Ager, Newspaper Editor
    July 13: Jou Lor, Gardener
    July 20: Gabriel Jenson, Craftsman
    July 27: Mrs. Mary B., Amish Quilter
    August 3: Betty Pendergast, Country School Student

    Where: Chippewa Valley Museum
    When: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (every Wednesday until Aug. 3rd)
    Who: ages 6-12
    How: just show up
    Cost: Free with Museum addmission
    For more info: Chippewa Valley Museum


    Wednesday, June 22 - LE Phillips Memorial Public Library Wednesday Performances

    June 15: Comedy magic with Jeff McMullen. June 22: Physical comedy with Kenny Ahern. June 29: Storyteller Tracy Chipman. July 6: Juggler Dan Kirk. July 13: Fun family music with the Okee Dokee Brothers. July 20: Musician Ken Longquist.
    Where: LE Phillips Memorial Library
    When: 10:30 AM - 11:10 AM (Repeat preformace at 1:30PM; shows every Wednesday until Jul 20th)
    Who: all ages
    How: Tickets required for entrance. Free tickets available Wednesdays one week in advance.
    Cost: Free


    Wednesday, June 22 - Chippewa Falls Library: Summer Storytime Wednesday

    Join library staff for 20-30 minutes of books, songs, flannelboard stories and puppets.No registration is required. On July 20 we will have a music session. Regular storytime will not take place on that date.
    Where: Chippewa Falls Public Library
    When: 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
    Who: ages 3-6
    How: just show up
    Cost: Free


    Wednesday, June 22 - River Source Family Center: 3 Yr Old Play & Learn

    This group is open to 3 year olds and their parents. After children get settled, parents will leave the playgroup to connect with other parents and will be presented information on a number of topics including nutrition, behaviors,literacy, etc.
    Where: River Source Family Center, 403 High Street, Chippewa Falls 720-1841
    When: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Who: 3 yr olds and their parents or caregivers
    How: Just show up
    Cost: Free


    Wednesday, June 22 - Continental Crafts: South America

    Kids may join us as we explore art about animals who live in rain forests, rivers, and the mountainous countries of South America. Crafts will involve painting, paper folding, paper and glue, and fabric art.
    Where: Chippewa Falls Public Library
    When: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    Who: Grades 1-5
    How: Just show up
    Cost: Free
    For more info: Chippewa Falls Public Library > Home


    Wednesday, June 22 - Ski Sprites Water Ski Show

    Ski Sprites Water Ski Show Every Sunday and Wednesday all summer long on Lake Altoona. Concessions available, donations appreciated. great way to spend a summer evening. Sponsored by Mega Foods and Mega Holiday.
    Where: Lake Altoona County Beach
    When: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (every Wednesday and Sunday until Sep. 4th)
    Who: all ages
    How: just show up
    Cost: FREE admission (donations appreciated), $3/car county parking fee


    Wednesday, June 22 - Fantasy Corral Petting Zoo @ the Altoona Public Library

    Ten animals will be on display for children to feed and pet. This event will take place in the grassy area behind the library.
    Where: Altoona Public Library
    When: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    Who: all ages
    How: just show up
    Cost: Free


    Wednesday, June 22 - Eau Claire Express Game

    Experience the excitement of live baseball and watch the 2010 Northwoods League Champion Eau Claire Express defend its title in historic Carson Park.
    Where: Carson park
    When: 6:30 PM
    Who: all ages
    How: just show up
    Cost: $6, $7 reserve grandstand, $9 reserve box seats, $25 fan deck, and season tickets available


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    Tuesday, June 21 - Teen Didgeridoo Workshop

    Teens signed up for the summer reading program at the library may attend this workshop. We will be making and decorating our very own PVC "Australian" didgeridoo. Pizza and refreshments served.
    Monday, June 13 through Tuesday, July 12 - Port Washington Soccer Club Tryouts

    U11 and U12 Boys and Girls June 13 & 14 U13 and U14 Boys and Girls June 15 & 16 U15 and older Girls (High School) June 20 & 21 U15 and older Boys (High School) July 11 & 12 Please attend both dates for your age group.

    Where: Hwy. 32 and Sunset Rd., Port Washington
    When: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Who: Boys and Girls age 11 through High School. Teams are not coed.
    How: Arrive 15 minutes before time of tryout. Wear cleats and shin guards, and bring a birth certificate if new to the club. Players will be selecte by the coaches, and notified via mail or phone.
    Cost: See website
    For more info: If unable to attend tryout, please contact Steve Ziebell at 262-284-6978 (H) or 262-707-1465 (C), or by email at [email protected] Also visit www.portsoccer.org and click on the classic icon
    Friday, June 24 - Friday Night Flick

    "E.T. The Extra Terrestrial" will be shown at dusk. Bring your own blanket and chair. Popcorn and soda will be sold.

    Where: Veterans Memorial Park, bandshell, Port Washington
    When: Film begins at dusk
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free admission
    For more info: Call 262-284-5881
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    Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26 - NSAA Annual Showcase

    The showcase features the finest singers, dancers, actors and performers, directed by Kathleen Fictum.

    Where: North Shore Academy of the Arts Home Theater, 1111 Broad St., Grafton
    When: 7:00 PM show on 6/24 and 6/25; 2:00 PM show on 6/26
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: Tickets are sold at the door
    Cost: $5 per ticket
    For more info: www.northshoreacademyofthearts.com


    Friday, June 24 - Independence Day Fireworks in Belgium

    Fireworks show to celebrate Independence Day.

    Where: Community Park, Belgium
    When: 9:30 PM
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free
    For more info: Call 262-285-7931


    Saturday, June 25 through Sunday, June 26 - Strawberry Festival

    Strawberries, food and beverages, tours, music and more.

    Where: Cedar Creek Settlement, Cedarburg Cultural Center, and Downtown Cedarburg
    When: Saturday 10:00 AM-6:00 PM; Sunday 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free admission
    For more info: Call 262-377-5856 or visit www.cedarburgfestivals.org


    Saturday, June 25 through Sunday, June 26 - St. Mary's Lake Church Parish Festival

    The festival begins late Saturday with the Polka Mass, followed by food and music. On Sunday there will be games, hayrides, a silent auction, raffle drawings and music.

    Where: St. Mary's Lake Church (Town of Belgium)
    When: Polka Mass begins at 5:00 PM Saturday; Sunday from 11:00 AM-5:30 PM
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free admission
    For more info: Call 262-285-3040


    Saturday, June 25 - Breakfast on the Farm

    The 27th annual Breakfast on the Farm will be held at Melichar Broad Acres. Many activities for kids and adults, and this year there will be an ice cream eating contest. The menu includes pancakes, ham and cheese omelet, cottage cheese, white and chocolate milk, assorted cheeses, and dairy product samples. Also ice cream with strawberries or chocolate. Event is held rain or shine.

    Where: Melichar Broad Acres, 3990 Willow Lane, Port Washington From the south - I-43 merge left to 57 north. Turn right (east) on Willow Road. Right on Willow Lane to parking. From the north - I-43 to Hwy. H (exit 100). Right on H (north) to Willow Road. Left on Willow Road. Left on Willow Lane to parking.
    When: 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required - advanced tickets are available for $6. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with check payable to Ozaukee County Dairy Promotion. Mail by June 15 to: Jean Opitz, 2640 Shady Lane Road, Saukville, WI, 53080 Tickets may also be purchased at many local businesses
    Cost: Day of breakfast - $7; Children 3 and under are free
    For more info: www.ozaukeecountybreakfastonthefarm.com


    Saturday, June 25 - Rods-N-Relics Classic Car Show

    A great show for classic car lovers! Food and beverages will be sold.

    Where: Lime Kiln Park, Grafton
    When: 9:00 AM (Live music at noon)
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free admission; entry fee for display vehicles not published
    For more info: Visit www.graftonblues.org or call 262-208-6237


    Saturday, June 25 - Family Fun Before the Fourth

    Thiensville celebrates Independence Day with this fun-filled day. The parade begins at 10:30 AM, and there will be a carnival, water ski show, picnic, music, Venetian boat parade, raffles and a fireworks show to end the day.

    Where: Village Park, Thiensville
    When: 10:30 AM
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free admission
    For more info: www.familyfunbeforethefourth.com or call 262-613-3320


    Sunday, June 26 - Riveredge River Valley Bike Ride

    Begins at Fireman's Park (Highway MY off Highway 33) in Newburg, and ends at Riveredge Nature Center. After the ride, there will be music by Blue Highway, free massages, free ice cream sundaes, free children's activities, food and drink.

    Where: Fireman's Park in Newburg
    When: 7:00 AM (Day of ride registration begins at 6:30 AM)
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: Pre-register by June 10th for a chance to win a Trek mountain bike
    Cost: Before June 10th cost is $30 for adults, $15 for children and $80 per family. After June 10th the cost is $35 for adults, $20 for children and $90 per family. All riders receive a t-shirt and lunch. T-shirt is not guaranteed if registering the day of the event.
    For more info: Register online at www.riveredge.us/news/bikeride.shtm


    Sunday, June 26 - Frebeka Five Ready to Roll

    The Fredonia Lion's Club will host this event that features a 5-mile run, 2-mile run, 2-mile walk, and a 1-mile kids' run. Proceeds benefit club projects and local charities.

    Where: Waubedonia Park, Fredonia
    When: 8:00 AM
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: Participants may register on race day, but may call to register in advance
    Cost: $13 for adults and $9 for kids in advance; $15 for adults and $10 for kids the day of the event
    For more info: Call 262-692-9143 or 262-692-9667


    Sunday, June 26 - Pommerntag Festival

    The festival celebrates the heritage of German-Pommeranian settlers to this area. The outdoor festival will feature ethnic food, music, dancers, genealogical information and historical/cultural exhibits.

    Where: Mequon City Park, 11333 N. Mequon Rd., Mequon
    When: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Who: All ages welcome
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free admission and parking
    For more info: Call 262-376-7641 or visit www.pommerschervereinfreistadt.org


    Monday, June 27 through Friday, July 1 - Soccer Clinic at Ozaukee High School

    The 2011 Champions Soccer Clinic will include practice dribbling, ball control, passing and shooting, as well as speed and agility drills. Players should wear soccer shoes and shin guards, and bring their own ball and water bottle.

    Where: Ozaukee High School, Fredonia
    When: U13 through high school meets from 3:00 PM-5:00 PM; U10 through U12 meets from 5:30 PM-7:00 PM
    Who: Children ages 10 through high school age
    How: Pre-registration is suggested
    Cost: $80 registration fee - includes a commemorative t-shirt
    For more info: Call Eric Liebergen at 262-224-2130 or email [email protected]


    Tuesday, June 28 - Sing Along and Story Time in Town Square at Bayshore

    Join the J's Wendy Cohen and Reva Fox for a story and sing along.

    Where: Bayshore Town Center, 5800 N. Bayshore Dr., Glendale
    When: 1:00 PM (Also July 18 and August 8)
    Who: Recommended for children 5 and under with a parent
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free
    For more info: www.bayshoretowncenter.com


    Wednesday, June 29 - Jill McGuire and Baby Ballet Class

    Join Jill for a demonstration of this popular Baby Ballet class, followed by a short recital. Come as you are, or wear your favorite leotard or tutu.

    Where: Bayshore Town Center, (Town Square area), 5800 N. Bayshore Dr., Glendale
    When: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    Who: Recommended for ages 2-4 with a parent
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free
    For more info: www.bayshoretowncenter.com


    Thursday, June 30 - Bike Rodeo in Port Washington

    The event is sponsored by the Port Washington Police Department, and will include an obstacle course and safety inspections by Pedal Moraine Cycling and Grafton Ski and Cyclery. Minor adjustments of bikes can be done during the event. Sparky the Fire Dog will attend, safety handouts are available, and there will be t-shirt and helmet giveaway and a drawing for a bicycle. Refreshments will be served.

    Where: Lincoln Elementary School, 1325 Theis Lane, Port Washington
    When: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Who: Suggested for young children learning to ride a bike
    How: No pre-registration required
    Cost: Free
    For more info: Call Lt. Thomas Barbuch or Officer Daniel Wolff at 262-284-2611
    Last edited by Wmoon; 06-21-2011 at 12:44 PM.
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