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July 1
Music on the Patio-John Hardginski, Elvis

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
6-10pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 1-3
Celebrate Waupun

Tanner Park
501 E. Spring Street Waupun
Waupun’s free festival featuring Music, Fireworks, Carnival Rides, All American Lumberjack Show, Sculpture Tours, Prison City Tractor Pull, Kidz Zone and Teen Zone & much, much more! 2016 Headline Attractions: Nerveless Nocks Thrill Show Music Stage featuring Boogie & the Yo-Yo’z, Vic Ferrari, & Oil Can Harry Car Show, Prison City Pull-Off, Kidz Zone, Teen Zone, Taco Bell Fireworks Show, Calkins Midways Special Nightly Dinners.

July 2
Music on the Patio-Apple Jam Band

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
5-8pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 2
Music in the Orchard-Riley Road Band

Armstrong Apples, Orchard and Winery
W853 Highway B Campbellsport
6:00pm
$5
Celebrate the summer by making memories at the orchard with great music, great wine and great friends.
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and we’ll provide a bonfire to keep you warm after the sun goes down. $5 per person. Wine and beer must be purchased from the winery. Food is permitted but try our giant Bavarian pretzels. If it rains the concert moves in-doors.  All performances start at 6pm and end around 9:30pm.  Riley Road Band plays country, pop and rock music.

July 3
Music on the Patio-Annie B

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
4-8pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 3
Benefit Wine Tasting

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
Noon-3pm
$15 in advance/$20 at the door
Join us for a Benefit Wine Tasting at the 3rd Annual Open House to support the American Cancer Society Calumet County Relay for Life Hosted by Kaytee Products Relay for Life Teams Sunday, July 3rd, 2016, Noon – 3pm at Jim & Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club.
Taste test a variety of wines and enjoy cheese and fruit pairings.
A silent auction will be held Noon – 2:30pm. Winners will be announced at 3pm. Participate in a chance to win a bottle of wine! Cupcakes by Dani will be selling cupcakes during the event and will be donating a portion of their proceeds to the American Cancer Society! 
Live entertainment will be provided during the event on the patio! Admission $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Must be 21 years of age. Tickets include meal coupon and can be purchased in advance in house at Jim & Linda’s or pre-ordered by contacting Calvin at 920-588- 0150 or jlwine.benefit@gmail.com

July 4
Symphonic Band Americana Concert & Fireworks

Lakeside Park
555 N. Park Avenue
Concert at 7:30pm. Fireworks at dusk following the concert.
Held in the historic Joseph Schmitz Bandstand every year since 1903, this July 4 tradition features music by American composers, patriotic favorites, and stirring American marches. Fireworks on the lakefront at dusk following the concert. 

July 6
Art in the Prairie

Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum
400 University Drive Fond du Lac
9:30-11:30am
$20 for supplies
Our 4 week nature inspired art camp for youth ages 8-12. Each week kids explore different parts of the Gottfried while using nature to inspire art, crafts and fun. Guest artists offer a variety of techniques and vision. Sessions are weather permitting and pre-registration is required. Meet at the Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum Shelter. 

July 6
Buttermilk Festival-484th Army Reserve Band

Buttermilk Creek Park
700 S. Park Avenue Fond du Lac
7:15pm

July 7
Summer Concerts in the Park-The Madpolecats

Dodge Park
124 E. Lincoln Street Waupun
Picnic foods at 5:30pm Concert at 6:30pm
Enjoy a picnic in the park and great music Thursdays in July!
The MadPolecats are a Madison based Reggae/Bluegrass family band. We have been playing together for over 10 years and are currently the #1 Reggae band on in Madison, WI. The MadPolecats have been active in supporting Wisconsin’s “surf culture” for the last decade. Their unique form of entertainment was developed by fusing together traditional bluegrass instruments with reggae/ska/punk influences, making rastabilly music or, skunkgrass. This family band featuring the Kaftanski’s and Olson’s have an arsenal of different musicians who have played together at roadhouse bars, music festivals, concert halls, fundraising events, benefits, weddings, wakes, and street corners. ​ 

July 7
11 Thursday’s of Summer at THELMA -Dr. Kickbutts’s Orchestra of Death

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
51 Sheboygan Street
Performance 7:00 pm (Bar opens at 5pm)
11 Thursdays of Summer at THELMA with free music to the public on the Plaza. Dr. Kickbutts’s Orchestra of Death is 30’s vaudeville, hint of jazz, a splash of ragtime and load of cornball rolled into a bodily noise joke your uncle once told you by the campfire. – CD Baby
In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be in the Great Hall.
Sponsors make this possible for our community! Headliner Sponsors: Lillian’s, The Goldsmith and C.D. Smith
Opening Act Sponsors: Connie’s Diner, Gallery & Frame Ship, Texture Salon, The Coliseum, Sam Meyer/State Farm & Hometown Bank. The media sponsor is Radio Plus. Food available from Downtown Deli to Go, Chameleon Food Truck and Ang ‘n Eddies. For further information please call 920.921.5410 or stop at the THELMA Box Office, 51 Sheboygan St., Downtown Fond du Lac.

July 7-9
Points of View Exhibit

Ubuntu Art Space
52 E. Division Street
11 am – 3 pm 
Local artists Brian and Mel Kolstad have lived in Fond du Lac for a combined total of 62 years (all of Brian’s life, plus 20 for Mel). They are both actively involved in civic duties and the arts – Brian serves on both the Fond du Lac City Council and as a Board Supervisor for Fond du Lac County, and Mel is the board president for the Fond du Lac Public Library, as well as the curator for the Langdon Divers Gallery, which is located inside the library. Both Brian and Mel serve on the Idea Studio Advisory Committee for the Fond du Lac Public Library, and are charter members of Tour the Town Art Walk’s committee. Mel and Brian both feel that Fond du Lac is a fantastic place to live, and this is reflected in their work. Brian’s landscapes showcase the natural beauty of our area, and both Brian and Mel love the downtown scene. Mel’s collages of downtown businesses were first featured in 2012 and published in the book, “My Downtown”, available at Ubuntu Art Space. They’re both so happy that they can share their love of Fond du Lac in their artwork!

July 8
Music on the Patio-Shag

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
6-10pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 9
Music on the Patio-Rings

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
5-9pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 10
Agnesian HealthCare Foundation Garden Walk & Art Fair

10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
$15
2016 Garden Walk to support Treffert Center! 
Individuals attending this year’s 20th annual Agnesian HealthCare Foundation’s Garden Walk & Art Fair will enjoy six beautiful gardens to view in the Fond du Lac area, while at the same time supporting the Treffert Center.
The 2016 Garden Walk & Art Fair is set from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, rain or shine. Garden walk participants will have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of nature and the joy and inspiration from strolling well-manicured surroundings.
Six beautiful gardens will be featured this year. They are located at:
• Cathy Draeger, 365 Maona Avenue, Fond du Lac 
• Aaron & Jenny Habeck, N5504 Deneveu Lane, Fond du Lac
• Rick & Jayne Immel, W3179 4th Street Road, Fond du Lac
• Joe & Kathryn Ramirez, W5185 Kennedy Drive, Fond du Lac
• Don & Mary Schneider, N8025 Church Road, Malone.
Guests are invited to an exciting Art Fair with unique items from talented area artists at the Agnesian HealthCare Gardens, located on the east side of St. Agnes Hospital off East Division Street. 
Tickets are $15 each, and are available at Agnesian HealthCare Information Desks, Agnesian HealthCare Foundation, and Stuart’s Landscaping & Garden Center.
For more information, call (920) 926-4959.

July 11
Music Under the Stars-The Real Deal

Buttermilk Creek Park
700 S. Park Avenue
7-8:30pm
The Real Deal Blues Band offers electric “Blues” music that appeals to many different occasions and ages. R.D.B.B. reflects the Blues styles of Contemporary, Traditional, Jump, R & B and West Coast Swing. This band has delighted audiences at nite clubs, blues clubs, weddings, golf courses, picnics, receptions, and private and public parties. Snack and refreshment stands open at 6:30pm. In case of inclement weather, the concert will be held at the Fond du Lac Fairgrounds.

July 13
Art in the Prairie

Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum
400 University Drive
9:30-11:30am
$20 for supplies
Our 4 week nature inspired art camp for youth ages 8-12. Each week kids explore different parts of the Gottfried while using nature to inspire art, crafts and fun. Guest artists offer a variety of techniques and vision. Sessions are weather permitting and pre-registration is required. Meet at the Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum Shelter. 

July 13
Buttermilk Festival Symphonic Band “Family Night” & Presto Orchestra

Buttermilk Creek Park
700 S. Park Avenue
6:00 pm 
The 37th Annual Family Night will feature music for kids of all ages, plus face painting, kids’ conducting contest, a Teddy Bear parade and other family fun! Selected 8th grade band students will perform on a march with the band.

July 13
Art on the Town Painting Class at LaClare Farms

LaClare Farms
W2994 County Road HH Malone
6pm-9pm
$50.00
Join Art on the Town at LaClare Farms in Malone, Wisconsin just 15 minutes north of Fond du Lac for a fun evening of painting, drinks and appetizers.
Cost is $50 per person to paint, for your first drink and assorted appetizers.
Great atmosphere and a fun night with your friends.

July 14
Summer Concerts in the Park-Copper Box

Dodge Park
124 E. Lincoln Street Waupun
Picnic foods at 5:30pm Concert at 6:30pm
Enjoy a picnic in the park and great music Thursdays in July!
Copper Box: Danny Jerabek (accordion, keys, percussion, vocals, cornet, sousaphone, etc.) and his wife, Michelle (Thull) Jerabek (bari saxophone, vocals, guitar, percussion, etc.) both started performing with their family on stage at an early age. Once in their teens, they crossed paths again and eventually realized they were meant to be together. They started writing songs and formed a band and the rest is history! The current line up includes the highly regarded talents of Dan Cable (drums, percussion) & Dave Chyla (bass, guitar). Danny Jerabek was given an accordion from his grandfather at age 9 and taught himself how to play it. Inspired by Steve (Esteban) Jordan, “the Jimi Hendrix of Tejano Accordion” he began to “rock out” and improvise -thinking a little more, “outside the box.” He has been featured at the International Accordion Festival in San Antonio, TX and the National Accordion Festival in Houston, TX and the Cotati Accordion Festival in Cotati, CA, and has been featured on national TV. In 2015, Danny accepted an Artist Endorsement deal with Hohner Accordions, INC.

July 14
Meet the Producer Dinner-Fox River Brewery

LaClare Farms
W2994 County Road HH Malone
Tours begin at 6:30 pm followed by Dinner at 7:00 pm
$45 per person 
Come & experience an evening you won’t forget! Dine with us on our farm where our in house Chef Jim creates a multi-course meal using locally sourced ingredients, paired with a local brewery or winery. We feature a cheese display using many of the cheeses we make right here in our creamery using either goat, cow or sheep milk! 
We dine inside November-April starting with a cheese reception & complimentary first beverage followed by tours starting at 5:30pm and dinners starting at 6:00pm. We dine outside with the weather permits May-October starting with a cheese reception & complimentary first beverage followed by tours starting at 6:30pm and dinners starting at 7:00pm. When weather does not permit dinners will be held inside our Courtyard. All events are held rain or shine. 
Get your spot today. Cash Bar opens one hour before Dinner. Seating is Limited. For more information please visit http://laclare-farms.myshopify.com/collections/special-events-purchase-tickets/products/laclare-farms-meet-the-producer-dinner-july-14-2016

July 14
11 Thursday’s of Summer at THELMA – Andy’s Automatics

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
51 Sheboygan Street
Performance 7:00 pm (Bar opens at 5pm)
11 Thursdays of Summer at THELMA with free music to the public on the Plaza! Smooth country western tones of Andy’s Automatics are sure to create one unique concert experience! In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be in the Great Hall. Sponsors make this possible for our community! Headliner Sponsors: Lillian’s, The Goldsmith and C.D. Smith Opening Act Sponsors: Connie’s Diner, Gallery & Frame Ship, Texture Salon, The Coliseum, Sam Meyer/State Farm & Hometown Bank.
The media sponsor is Radio Plus.
Food available from Downtown Deli to Go, Chameleon Food Truck and Ang ‘n Eddies. For further information please call 920.921.5410 or stop at the THELMA Box Office, 51 Sheboygan St., Downtown Fond du Lac.

July 15
Tour the Town Art Walk – Fond du Lac

Downtown Fond du Lac
130 S. Main St
5:00 – 8:00 P.M.
Stroll historic downtown Fond du Lac during Tour the Town, held the third Friday of every month from 5-8 p.m. All manner of artists – from painters, to jewelry makers, to mixed media artists, to cheese artisans, and every medium in between – grace our downtown’s venues with their wares for purchase. This event is always free!

July 15
Music on the Patio-Eric Diamond

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
6-10pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 16
The Bel Airs 

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
51 Sheboygan Street
Bar Opens 7:00 pm – Performance 8:00 pm
General Admission Amount: $20; Students: $10; Pub for 2: $60; Bistro for 4: $100 (40% off for Friends of THELMA) 
An authentic but eclectic bluesy-country-soul-and-rock-n-roll sound influenced by the likes of Wilson Picket, Slim Harpo, Howlin’ Wolf and Johnny Cash. Tables must be reserved by calling 920.921.5410 or stopping at the THELMA Box Office, 51 Sheboygan St., Downtown Fond du Lac. 

July 16
Music on the Patio-John Hardginski, Elvis

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
5-9pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 16
Live Music featuring North Coast Jazz Project

Vines and Rushes Winery
410 County Road E Ripon
2 pm to 5 pm
North Coast Jazz Project’s interest of the historic evolution of jazz is apparent when performing. They perform pieces from the early 1920’s on forward to present day sounds in their unique way. They all love to play and combine many decades of experience doing so. Seating is available, along with $1 off glasses of wine, Sprecher’s Root Beer on tap, specialty cheeses, crackers, chocolates and popcorn available for purchase. This concert is free and open to all customers. Join us for a fun afternoon of great wine and awesome music!

July 16
Music in the Orchard-Liquid Courage

Armstrong Apples, Orchard and Winery
W853 Highway B Campbellsport
6:00pm
$5
Celebrate the summer by making memories at the orchard with great music, great wine and great friends.
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and we’ll provide a bonfire to keep you warm after the sun goes down.  $5 per person. Wine and beer must be purchased from the winery. Food is permitted but try our giant Bavarian pretzels. If it rains the concert moves in-doors.  All performances start at 6pm and end around 9:30pm.  Liquid Courage plays local rock music.

July 16
Vintage Cars and Rock ‘n Roll – Kevin Fayte Rock ‘n Roll Trio
 
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
51 Sheboygan Street
Performance 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Vintage autos from Classics Plus on display on the street.
Kevin Fayte Rock ‘n Roll Trio on the Plaza – FREE 3 pm to 7 pm.
Don’t miss the fresh retro sounds of Kevin Fayte Rock ‘n Roll Trio then get your ticket for the Vintage Cars and Rock ‘n Roll Finale with the bluesy-country-rock-n-roll sounds of The Bel Airs. 8:00 pm in the Great Hall!

July 18
Music Under the Stars-Page Four

Buttermilk Creek Park
700 S. Park Avenue
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Page Four plays pops and standards from across the years for your enjoyment. 
Snack and refreshments stand opens at 6:30pm.  Music Under the Stars is a showcase for local and area bands, coordinated by the FdL Area Musicians, Inc. and co-sponsored by the City of Fond du Lac. RAIN LOCATION for Monday concerts is the FdL Co. Fairgrounds “Cow Palace.”

July 20-24
Fond du Lac County Fair

Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds
601 Martin Avenue
Admission is charged
The Fond du Lac County Fair is your source for education, entertainment, and affordable family fun! We feature a clean, safe, and affordable carnival full of rides and games for kids of all ages. Food to please everyone’s pallet can be found on our midway from our food vendors and service clubs. If live music is your thing, we feature two stages of music featuring rock, country, and classic hits in addition to family entertainment. The Fond du Lac County Fair also features the states only Ag Birthing and education center which features births of calves daily during the fair and interactive, educational displays about animals and ag related products. Pig, duck, and goat races, a petting zoo, and other 4H, FFA, and animal exhibits are just a sampling of the entertainment and attractions awaiting fair-goers.

July 21
Summer Concerts in the Park-Lighthouse Big Band

Dodge Park
124 E. Lincoln Street Waupun
Picnic foods at 5:30pm Concert at 6:30pm
Enjoy a picnic in the park and great music Thursdays in July!  The Lighthouse Big Band was organized in the fall of 2003 through the efforts of local musician and business owner Jim Arthur, with help from Dick Wehner, Brian Lydeen, and other area big band enthusiasts.  The 17-piece band is under the direction of Dr. Brian Lydeen, Director of Bands and Jazz Studies at Marian University, and attracts top-notch musicians from throughout East Central Wisconsin.  While its primary purpose is the semimonthly, free rehearsal/performances, the Lighthouse Big Band also plays at occasional private and public events.  The Lighthouse Big Band can now be seen the second and forth Tuesday of each month at Fond du Lac’s Backstage Bar & Grill.  Check out our Gigs page for more info. They have performed at the past six Fond du Lac Jazz Festivals with headliners Tom “Bones” Malone (2007), David “Fathead” Newman (2008), Kevin Mahogany (2009), Eugene Rousseau (2010), Tony Scodwell, Scott Whitfield and Ginger Bergman (2012) and Janet Planet (2014).  With a repertoire spanning the arrangements of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, and Count Basie as well as the great 50s and 60s sounds of Buddy Rich, Stan Kenton, and more – a concert by the Lighthouse Big Band includes music for big band aficionados of all eras and ages!

July 21
11 Thursday’s of Summer at THELMA-Redfish Remix

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
51 Sheboygan Street
Performance 7:00 pm (Bar opens at 5pm)
11 Thursdays of Summer at THELMA with free music to the public on the Plaza. Father/Son Duo!   In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be in the Great Hall. Sponsors make this possible for our community! Headliner Sponsors: Lillian’s, The Goldsmith and C.D. Smith Opening Act Sponsors: Connie’s Diner, Gallery & Frame Ship, Texture Salon, The Coliseum, Sam Meyer/State Farm & Hometown Bank.
The media sponsor is Radio Plus.
Food available from Downtown Deli to Go, Chameleon Food Truck and Ang ‘n Eddies. For further information please call 920.921.5410 or stop at the THELMA Box Office, 51 Sheboygan St., Downtown Fond du Lac.

July 22
Music on the Patio-Matt Wahl

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
6-10pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 23
Music on the Patio-Matt Wahl

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
5-9pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 23
Live Music featuring Mecan River Ramblers

Vines and Rushes Winery
410 County Road E Ripon
2 pm to 5 pm
Mecan River Ramblers is a Wisconsin based Bluegrass band comprised of area musicians who share a common devotion to bluegrass and acoustic music. No matter what the style, the Ramblers’ knack for connecting with an audience makes every performance a guaranteed great time. As their loyal following will tell you, “This band is fun!!” Broken Tree Pizza, a mobile brick oven pizza will be serving pizza from 12 pm to 5 pm. J’s BBQ will be serving their famous BBQ goodies from 1 pm to 4 pm. Guaranteed to be a fun day at the winery!

July 24
Music on the Patio-TJ and Lynn Duo

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
4-8pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 25
Music Under the Stars-Evergreen by Request

Buttermilk Creek Park
700 S. Park Avenue
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Evergreen by Request performs a musical variety to entertain you with vocals by Vicki Bellville.  Snack and refreshments stand opens at 6:30pm.  Music Under the Stars is a showcase for local and area bands, coordinated by the FdL Area Musicians, Inc. and co-sponsored by the City of Fond du Lac. RAIN LOCATION for Monday concerts is the FdL Co. Fairgrounds “Cow Palace.”

July 25-31
EAA AirVenture

EAA AirVenture Museum
3000 Poberezny Road Oshkosh
Times vary
Member/Non-Member, Daily & Weekly Fees
For 51 weeks a year, EAA is an international community of more than 160,000 members that nurtures the spirit of flight through a worldwide network of chapters, outreach programs, and other events. But for one week each summer, EAA members and aviation enthusiasts totaling more than 500,000 from more than 60 countries attend EAA AirVenture at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where they rekindle friendships and celebrate the past, present and future in the world of flight. “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration” has it all when it comes to aircraft. Warbirds. Vintage. Homebuilts. Ultralights. Some you would normally find in a hangar at your local airport, others so unique they are the only one of its kind. You name it, there’s likely an example of it at Oshkosh. For many, arriving at Oshkosh is a rite of passage that can only be satisfied by being one of the more than 10,000 aircraft flying in, landing at what becomes the busiest airport in the world. Whether you’re an aviation enthusiast or an aviation novice, AirVenture has something for you. No matter what your age, you’ll be entertained, informed, and thrilled by the countless activities available that reflect the spirit of aviation all around. Daily air shows. Aerobatics and pyrotechnics. Opening Day concert. Fly-In Theater. Forums, workshops, and demonstrations. KidVenture. Theater in the Woods. All of this, plus much, much more is included with your daily admission. Add in the crowd-thrilling, show-stopping Night Air Show on Saturday night, and you have affordable fun for the entire family every day from sun up to well past sun down. There is uniqueness to each AirVenture that keeps lifelong attendees coming back for more. You need to experience it to understand. Experience AirVenture with us. Your spot along the flightline is waiting for you.

July 28
Summer Concerts in the Park-Riding Shotgun

Dodge Park
124 E. Lincoln Street Waupun
Picnic foods at 5:30pm Concert at 6:30pm
Enjoy a picnic in the park and great music Thursdays in July! Riding Shotgun is a high energy power trio that plays upbeat and danceable Rock, Pop and Country hits spanning several decades. With their full sound and rich harmonies, you would expect to see more than just the three of them on stage. But this is no surprise with their years of experience performing in bands like Oil Can Harry, The Toys, The Pulltops, Mind Games, and Xeno and the Happy Jax, just to name a few. From Tom Petty, BoDeans, Johnny Cash and Bon Jovi to Keith Urban, Green Day, The Black Keys and OneRepublic, they bring variety, excitement and fun to every club, fair, festival and picnic.

July 28
Meet the Producer Dinner-Wine vs Beer

LaClare Farms
W2994 County Road HH Malone
Tours begin at 6:30 pm followed by Dinner at 7:00 pm
$45 per person 
Come & experience an evening you won’t forget! Dine with us on our farm where our in house Chef Jim creates a multi-course meal using locally sourced ingredients, paired with a local brewery or winery. We feature a cheese display using many of the cheeses we make right here in our creamery using either goat, cow or sheep milk!  We dine inside November-April starting with a cheese reception & complimentary first beverage followed by tours starting at 5:30pm and dinners starting at 6:00pm. We dine outside with the weather permits May-October starting with a cheese reception & complimentary first beverage followed by tours starting at 6:30pm and dinners starting at 7:00pm. When weather does not permit dinners will be held inside our Courtyard. All events are held rain or shine.  Get your spot today. Cash Bar opens one hour before Dinner. Seating is Limited. For more information please visit http://laclare-farms.myshopify.com/collections/special-events-purchase-tickets/products/laclare-farms-meet-the-producer-dinner-july-28-2016

July 28
11 Thursday’s of Summer at THELMA-VIVO 

Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
51 Sheboygan Street
Performance 7:00 pm (Bar opens at 5pm)
11 Thursdays of Summer at THELMA with free music to the public on the Plaza. 2015 WAMI Winner: Jazz Artist of the Year! A lively and contemporary jazz-pop, bossa-samba music ensemble. Warren Wiegrut (Streetlife), Pam Duronio and Tim Stemper combined their creative passions to form this group.
In the case of inclement weather, the concert will be in the Great Hall.
Sponsors make this possible for our community! Headliner Sponsors: Lillian’s, The Goldsmith and C.D. Smith
Opening Act Sponsors: Connie’s Diner, Gallery & Frame Ship, Texture Salon, The Coliseum, Sam Meyer/State Farm & Hometown Bank. The media sponsor is Radio Plus. Food available from Downtown Deli to Go, Chameleon Food Truck and Ang ‘n Eddies. For further information please call 920.921.5410 or stop at the THELMA Box Office, 51 Sheboygan St., Downtown Fond du Lac.
 
July 29
Music on the Patio-Jim N Nancy

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
6-10pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 30
Music on the Patio-Annie B

Jim and Linda’s Lakeview Supper Club
W3496 Highway W Pipe
5-9pm
Join us on the patio throughout the summer for a beautiful view, refreshing beverages, terrific food and a variety of entertainment performed by talented musicians, groups and entertainers. Please note, all entertainment is subject to change due to weather conditions or special circumstances. 

July 30
Prairie Fest

Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum
400 University Drive
10-3pm
Enjoy the Gottfried Prairie in peak bloom with activities and programs for the entire family. Naturalist speakers and guided tours will be scheduled throughout the day.

July 30
Music in the Orchard-Gordy & Hill

Armstrong Apples, Orchard and Winery
W853 Highway B Campbellsport
6:00pm
$5
Celebrate the summer by making memories at the orchard with great music, great wine and great friends.
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and we’ll provide a bonfire to keep you warm after the sun goes down.  $5 per person. Wine and beer must be purchased from the winery. Food is permitted but try our giant Bavarian pretzels. If it rains the concert moves in-doors.  All performances start at 6pm and end around 9:30pm.  Gordy & Hill play country music.

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