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Indian Summer Festival

The Indian Summer Festival offers a fun and entertaining way to experience the diversity of both traditional and contemporary American Indian culture.  A festival theme is used to plan events to showcase American Indian entertainers, musicians, fine artists and craft people.

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2005 Events

 
April 22-24 - Capital City Jazz Fest, Madison.  Jazz musicians from all over the country perform traditional, Dixieland, swing and big band music.  (608) 850-5400.

May 12 - 2005 Liver Walk Kick-Off, Waukesha. Learn how to register for our July 25th walk and about liver disease. R.S.V.P by 5/6. Food/Drinks. (414) 961-4936.

June 25 - 5th Annual Wisconsin Liver Walk, Waukesha. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the river front setting! (414) 961-4936.

June 30-July 10 - Summerfest, Milwaukee.  Celebrate summer at the world's largest music festival. This eleven-day event offers top-notch musical entertainment on 13 stages.  Also, enjoy a smorgasbord of the area's finest restaurants serving mouth-watering fare, comedians, a children's play area, daily demonstrations and activities, and exciting amusement park rides.  (800) 273-FEST.

August 2-7 - Wisconsin Valley Fair, Marathon Park, Wausau.  The second largest county fair in Wisconsin. This fair offers families a place to see over 12,000 youth projects, open class exhibits, big name grandstand entertainment and carnival rides.  This 6-day event offers something for kids of every age!  (715) 261-1539.

August 4-14 - Wisconsin State Fair, West Allis.  The state's largest, most historic annual event blends Wisconsin agricultural traditions with the excitement of a contemporary, urban event. International Bazaar, amusement park thrill rides, blue ribbon livestock, 28 stages of top-name entertainment, and world-famous cream puffs entice fairgoers of all ages.  (414) 266-7000.

August 18-21 - Irish Fest, Milwaukee.  The world's largest Irish festival includes world-champion dancing and world-class Irish entertainers on 14 stages.  Cultural exhibits, free kids' activities and the largest Irish marketplace outside of Ireland.  The greenest festival on earth.  (414) 476-3378.

August 27-28 - Festival in the Pines, Eau Claire.  The 22nd annual festival features more than 250 quality arts and crafts booths.  Sample great food from Chippewa Valley restaurants!  Enjoy talented live performers on three stages. Bands perform daily near the beer & wine garden. Children's games and rides.  Free petting zoo.  (888) 611-7463.

August 31-September 5 - Central Wisconsin State Fair, Marshfield.  4-H and open class exhibits, the Central Wisconsin draft horse show, llama show, midway rides, tractor pull, demolition derby, commercial exhibits and special programs.  Plus, grandstand entertainment including Chris Cagle, Mel Tillis, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Blake Shelton.  (715) 387-1261.

September 9-11 - Indian Summer Festival, West Allis.  The Indian Summer Festival offers a fun and entertaining way to experience the diversity of both traditional and contemporary American Indian culture.  A festival theme is used to plan events to showcase American Indian entertainers, musicians, fine artists and craft people.  (414) 604-1000.

October 4-8 - World Dairy Expo, Madison.  Whether you milk 5,000 cows or 50 cows, there is only one place every year where more than 600 companies and 2,000 head of the world's best dairy cattle gather together.

 

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