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Come celebrate Wisconsin's working lands by attending a walkabout on the farm and chautauqua under the tent from 4—6pm and the rural & urban communities celebration in the barn from 6pm—10pm. Includes a musical performace by The Buffalo Stomp Band. All food provided is locally grown. Barn dance proceeds benefit the nonprofit partners of Partnering for Progress.
Experience delicious dining that will delight your palate and your wallet, with participating restaurants offering discounted three-course menus. Options include a $10 Lunch, $10 Dinner, $20 Dinner and $30 Dinner. 58 resturaunts are participating. Reservations are recommended.
Enjoy some good old, free, family fun in the form of pick your own apples, horse and wagon rides, variety of foods to taste, live music, various demonstrations, caramel apple making, apple cider press, Rhea the trick horse and pony rides, historic log home tours, time period clothing, old time games, Oneida Farmers Market, and $200 best apple pie contest. Convenient shuttle service to all locations, so come on down, park your car and enjoy the day.
Join innovative chefs, notable wine experts, brewmasters, and local restaurateurs for a weekend of culinary events including cooking demonstrations, tastings, and seminars. Music performances, culinary market vendors, and interactive activities for the entire family complement local restaurants, breweries, and wineries featured at the event.
The Art & Dinner Evening at the Paine features a gallery talk about the Matisse exhibition followed by a gourmet dinner in the carriage house. The event begins in the mansion's Main Gallery with Laura Fiser, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions, who will give insights on the exhibition Matisse as Printmaker, which features sixty prints from the personal collection of the artist's son.
GBBG will serve hamburgers, brats, chicken, and hot dogs with a choice of sides and beverage for just $5 for GBBG Members and $9 for the general public. Admission to the Garden is included in the cost of lunch. Cookouts will be held indoors in inclement weather. All proceeds directly benefit Child and Family Programs.
NeighborWorks Green Bay will be celebrating its impact on individuals, families, neighborhoods, and the Greater Green Bay Area during NeighborWorks Week. The Annual Summer Picnic is free and open to the public.
Enjoy acoustic music by local musicians on your lunch hour! Bring your lunch, grab takeout from a Downtown restaurant or purchase on-site from local vendors.
2014 Lunchtime Live Line-Up:
June 5- Tom Winch
June 12-Miss Molly (Street Music Feature)
June 19- Russ Reiser
June 26-John Lambert
July 10- James Russell
July 17- Dr. Dobbe
July 24- Walter Kukla & Danielle Delorey
July 31-Eddie Biebel
August 7- Kyle Megna (Mile of Music Artist)
August 14-Susan Howe
August 21-Blake Welhouse (7th Grade Rock School band)
August 28- Katie Dahl
*In the event of inclement weather, the show will go on at Copper Rock Coffee Co. at 210 W. College Ave.
Craft beers are the fastest growing beverages in the United States. Why? Because they are delicious beers that are amazing when enjoyed with the people who make them and are perfect for a good time. Enjoy unlimited samples of some incredible brews, ciders and mead.
Formerly known as Bikes & BBQ, the Gold Ribbin' BBQ Fest is a family-friendly summer picnic and Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) sanctioned competition. All proceeds of Gold Ribbin' BBQ Fest will benefit Golden House, Inc. of Green Bay. Serving the community for over 30 years, Golden House offers help and healing for victims of domestic abuse.
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