Key Milwaukee

October 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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10 EVENTS u Through Nov. 4 Where the Coleuses Grow Fall Floral Show Mitchell Park Domes u Oct. 5 Adults-Only Sci-Fi Trivia Night Discovery World u Oct. 5-6 WI Antiques Dealers Association Show & Sale Over 50 quality dealers $7 (valid for both days) Waukesha County Expo Center u Oct. 5-6, 12-13, 19-21, 25-27 Wisconsin Fear Grounds Haunted Houses Rated #1 in Wisconsin, expect the unexpected at the highly decorated, elaborate haunted house. Waukesha County Expo Center u Oct. 5-6 Fall Into Grafton & PumpkinCross Bike Race Oktoberfest Beer Garden, PumpkinCross Bike Races and an Annual PumpkinFest. Grafton u Oct. 6 Sci-Fi Family Day Dress up in costume, interact with your favorite characters and make your very own Sci-Fi projects. Discovery World u Oct. 6, 10am-4 pm Historic Beer Brewing See brewers use equipment and techniques from the late 1800s. Old World Wisconsin u Oct. 6, 4-10 pm Fall Art Crawl 175 artisans at 20 galleries, live music, food and drink. Downtown Waukesha u Oct. 7 Maxwell Street Days 600 spaces filled with antiques, collectibles, produce, seasonal items and more. Firemen's Park, Cedarburg u Oct. 7, 1-4pm Applefest Grind and press apples, ride the orchard train and join square danc - ing. Free. New Berlin Historical Park, 19765 W. National Ave. u Oct. 12, 6-9pm Howl-O-Ween Perfect for kids aged 10 and under. Includes crafts, games, hikes, planetarium shows, DJ dance and more. Retzer Nature Center u Oct. 12-13 Boo at the Zoo Travel through the haystack maze, take a ride on the "Raven's Rail" train and enjoy hundreds of carved pumpkins. Milwaukee County Zoo u Oct. 12-14 Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour 45 Guild artists from Mequon to Newburg open their studios to the public. Get a map at: u Oct. 13, 8am-2pm Historical Bottle and Antique Advertising Show Waukesha County Expo Center u Oct. 13-14 Cedarburg Oktoberfest (See p. 50) Cedarburg u Oct. 18-Nov. 1 Milwaukee Film Festival 2018 locations are Oriental Theatre, Avalon Theater, Times Cinema, Fox-Bay Cinema Grill, and Jan Serr Studio Cinema u Oct. 19, 7-11pm MAM After Dark: Midcentury Mixer Not-to-be-missed art, music, food, and activities. Milwaukee Art Museum HAPPENINGS The best of what's on, what to do and where to go. u Through Oct. 21, Tues.-Sun. 5:30–10pm China Lights The display fills the Boerner Botanical Gardens with a celebration of Asian culture, featuring 40 larger-than-life sculptural lantern displays. 1,000 sculptural components have been created on-site by more than 30 artists from China. Asian food available for purchase include: Crazy Kimchee Fries, egg rolls, potstickers, milk bubble tea and more. Boerner Botanical Gardens, Whitnall Park, 9400 Boerner Dr.

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