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Join innovative chefs, notable wine experts, brewmasters and local restaurateurs for a weekend of culinary events including cooking demonstrations, tastings, and healthy living seminars. Music performances, a culinary marketplace, and interactive activities for the entire family complement local restaurants, breweries, and wineries featured at the
event. Admission is free.
Every Thursday this summer. Featuring Charcoal grilled brats, hamburgers, chicken breasts and spicy black bean veggie burgers.
Seating inside and outside, and carry out available.
Summer concert series featuring various musical performances and food vendors. Free to attend, attendees are encouraged to bring chairs.
June 05 John Lambert Duo—Classic Rock, Pop and Soul
June 12 Bent Grass—Bluegrass
June 19 Deja’ Vu—Folk Rock
June 26 ColdTrain—Jazz, Rock, and Blues
July 03 132nd Army Band—Military
July 10 The Mike Maher Band—Piano Pop and Rock
July 17 Talk of the Town—New Orleans Jazz
July 24 Amy Peters and Pat Lucas—Acoustic Rock
July 31 Randi Fay—Jazz Standards and Blues
Aug 07 The Joe Neary Band—Pop and Alternative
Aug 14 Woody Mankowski Quartet—Jazz and Blues
Aug 21 Seven Funk—Jazz
Aug 28 Jamie Fletcher Trio—Fun Pop and Jazz
Join Nicolet Bank on the CityDeck for lunch and live music Wednesdays through Aug 27. More information available at downtowngreenbay.com.
June 04 Gerry Sloan—Irish Folk
June 11 Erin Krebs & Jeff Johnston—Jazz, Blues, R&B and Pop
June 18 Michael Gillespie—Acoustic Folk and Pop
June 25 Kevin VanEss—New Orleans Jazz
July 02 Seven Funk—Jazz
July 09 Jackson Mankowski—Acoustic Pop
July 16 Mike Garrity—Jazz, Rock and Blues
July 23 Christine Salerno—Jazz Piano
July 30 Dale Anderson—Americana
Aug 06 Randi Fay—Soft Jazz, Standards and Blues
Aug 13 Awlo Bunni—Keyboard, Pop and R&B
Aug 20 Rob Anthony—Acoustic Guitar
Aug 27 Jamie Fletcher—Piano Bar
Raise your glass at a beer and wine garden to benefit Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass.
Spend the afternoon listening to The Mad Polecats and Sly Joe and the Smooth Operators while you relax and enjoy the cool lake breeze. Admission is free, food and drink are not. All proceeds benefit the museum.
The second annual beer run will take you on a beautiful trail run through River Wildlife. With a beer at every mile, you have never had a work out like this. Sign up as a team and enter to win best costumes. Then celebrate with live music and a beer garden at The Shops at Woodlake. Or enjoy the Harvest Beer Dinner at Whistling Straits and Beer Brunch at Wisconsin Room. We’ll see you at the finish line on October 17-19.
Take craft beer to the next level when you join us for the food pairing event of the year, June 27-29. We take the focus to two summer favorites: grilling and beer. The weekend kicks off a series of cooking demonstrations, beer seminars and crowd favorite events, Cheers to Beers and Shorts and Chefs. Live music and taps will be flowing all weekend, so make sure you join us for this fun-in-the-sun weekend!
Friday: Lobster Boil, Beer Dinner, Ultimate Tailgate Party,
Saturday: Bloody Mary Fest, Eggs and Kegs, Beer Garden, Beer—What to Drink Next?, Shorts and Chefs, Grilling From the Garden, Beer Demo, Charcoal Vs. Gas, Beer and Chocolate Pairing, Gluten Free, Cheers to Beers
Sunday: Beer Lovers Brunch
Find information on specific ticketed events at kohlerathome.com/events-beer.html
Join us for the 5th Annual Beer Cup challenge at Blackwolf Run. Enjoy spectacular golf with your favorite beverage - beer. This one-day tournament will feature a special beer sampling at all par fives, closest to the pin and a hole-in-one competition. Enjoy beer and food specials at Blackwolf Run Restaurant and a Leinenkugel’s Fish Fry on Friday June 6th!
Come relax, drink wine, and enjoy live outdoor music at the newest winery in Door County. Try some delicious wines made with grapes grown in Wisconsin while listening to local musicians. Wine by the glass will be available for purchase. Visit door44winery.com for more details.
Multicultural Center Board members will bring ethnic food, hopefully enough for everyone, but others are welcome to bring something too. The purpose of the conversation will be to continue our discussions of diversity in the greater Green Bay area and to consider actions we can take to support diverse groups and to advance understanding and appreciation of diversity.
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