Key Milwaukee

September 2014

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

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18 Download our free mobile app 1-800-719-4881 PORT WASHINGTON The sun is out, birds are singing... road trip anyone? Check out the 2014 Calendar of Events for Port Washington. Things to do, fun shops to visit, great places to eat and hospitable innkeepers ready to welcome you at the end of your day. All next to beautiful Lake Michigan located just north of Milwaukee! Make your plans today to come see us. E X H I B I T S LES PAUL: THE WIZARD OF WAUKESHA, continuing; Waukesha County Museum, 101 W. Main St., Waukesha. POSTCARDS FROM AMERICA: MILWAUKEE, through Oct. 19; Milwaukee Art Museum. Photo results of a project from August 2013 through April 2014, that brought 11 Magnum pho- tographers to the state to examine the unique quality of life in this Midwest city. INSIDE/OUTSIDE: NANCY POPP + PAUL DRUECKE, through Oct. 26; Lynden Sculpture Garden, 2145 W. Brown Deer Rd. The artists, who use visual markers to redraw the lines of histo- ry, explore Lynden's evolution from private residence to public institution to create a physical and conceptual dialogue between their pieces and practices. DINOS UNDER GLASS, through Nov. 2; Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes), 524 S. Layton Blvd. Experience what it was like to walk with the dinosaurs in the Tropical Dome. 649-9800. OVER THE RAINBOW FALL MUM SHOW, Sept. 20-Nov. 9; Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory (The Domes). D O M E T H E A T E R / P L A N E T A R I U M THE DANIEL M. SOREF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DOME THEATER & PLANETARIUM, 800 W. Wells St., within the Milwaukee Public Museum complex. Dome Theater shows THROUGH OCT. 2: PANDAS: THE JOURNEY HOME, brings to light the extraordi- nary efforts of the Chinese to secure the panda's future in the wild; DINOSAURS ALIVE! Join renowned paleontologists as they dis- ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17 cover new fossils and dino descendants. Planetarium shows THROUGH OCT. 2: 9:30 A.M. ON SATURDAYS; ONE WORLD, ONE SKY, journey with Big Bird into outer space; THE LITTLE STAR THAT COULD (for children 6 and under), fea- tures an average yellow star in search of planets of his own; BACK TO THE MOON FOR GOOD, learn about the Lunar land- ings and what humanity's future on the Moon might hold.

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