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GO+DO spotlight September EVENTS 1 15 6 | 8 p.m. INDIGO GIRLS Get a little closer to fine and your mid-'80s memories with folk-rock duo Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. Overture Center for the Arts, Madison. (608) 258-4141. 1 | 11 a.m. TASTE OF MADISON Indulge your way around the Square as you sample fare from 80 local eateries and take in the tunes at three entertainment stages. You won't be alone: This two-day fest draws a quarter of a million people and benefits United Cerebral Palsy. Capitol Square, Madison. (608) 276-9797. 15 | times vary BIKE THE BARNS Pedal down country roads—take the 30or 70-mile loop—enjoy farm-fresh foods from Madison restaurants and an after party. Funds raised help families purchase fresh, healthy food though FairShare's Partner Shares Program. Lake Leota Park, Evansville. (608) 226-0300. 26-29 | times vary WISCONSIN SCIENCE FESTIVALS Celebrate curiosity and creativity at science festivals around the state. On the UW campus and at other Madison locales, "scientists" of all ages experiment in the "nano zone" and enjoy lectures on human evolution. Locations throughout the state. (608) 316-4382. 27 | 7 p.m. Crackle, Fire & Froth Revel in Olbrich's outdoor gardens, watch bonfire flames dance, sip local microbrews and groove to the reggae rhythms of Natty Nation at this fourth annual fall fest. Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Madison. (608) 246-4550. 29 | 8 a.m. Globeathon Raise awareness (not funds) at this firstever international relay for gynecological cancers. In Madison, loop the Capitol Square while participants in more than 80 countries walk in solidarity with millions of women and families affected by gynecological cancers. Capitol Square, Madison. 82 brava magazine | september 2013

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