Here we are again.
“May the Force of the season be with you!”
If you were to visit this area in the 1860s at Christmastime, you would find homes decorated in their holiday best. Many would have Christmas trees with hand-crafted ornaments and rooms decked out with evergreen swags, dried flowers and berries, pine cones and milkweed pods.
Hand-painted pumpkin displays, frosted cookies and apple cider return as the Jerry Smith Produce and Pumpkin Farm, 7150 18th St., officially opens for its 46th season this weekend.
Renowned pianist Ross Salvosa opens the 13th annual Fine Arts at First Concert Series at First United Methodist Church, 919 60th St.
The Farm Fresh Atlas of Southeastern Wisconsin is hosting its second annual Going Whole Hog Farm Fresh Feast on Sunday (Sept. 17) at the Brightonwoods Orchard, 1072 288th Ave. in Burlington.
Twisted Cuisine owner Rhonda Bell offered three main ingredients for her award-winning pulled pork recipe: “Awesome pork butt, great homemade sauce and love,” Bell said.
Here’s a look at festivals happening this weekend along the I-94 corridor:
The inaugural Kids Adventure Games event takes place from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 5) at Wilmot Mountain, 11931 Fox River Road.
If the Wisconsin State Fair is too big for your tastes, save your money and head to the Ozaukee County Fair.
Sometimes a little get-together can turn into an all-out bash.
With a menu featuring alligator on a stick, waffle-wrapped fried chicken, pig wings and fried plantain, even hardcore foodies should have their palates pleased at Kenosha’s lakefront this weekend.
The summer season of church festivals continues Saturday and Sunday (July 29-30) with festivities outside St. Mary Catholic Church, 7307 40th Ave.
Here is a look at this week’s roundup of festivals along the I-94 corridor:
The summer church festival season rolls on this weekend with festivities at St. Therese Catholic Church, 9005 22nd Ave.
Here is a look at this week’s festival slate along the I-94 (and I-43) corridor:
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