Key Milwaukee

February 2015

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

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ISTORIC CEDARBURG, just 20 minutes north RI0LOZDXNHHNLFNVRǺWKH 2015 festival season with the perfect antidote for cabin fe- ver – the 41st Annual Winter Festival. This year's theme for the popular festival Saturday, Feb. 21, and Sunday, Feb. 22, is "Frozen Wonderland: Can't Stay Inside Anymore." Festivi- ties take place 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Visitors can hop aboard the tractor drawn hay wagon to view the spectacular ice carving contest entries along Washington Avenue. On the active side, old-fashioned "snow battles" are waged by registered teams – more information at (262) 375-7611. Saturday at 9 a.m., catch the Co-ed Sno-Ball Tournament and the Cedarburg Lions Ice- Burg Open Golf Tournament. Two chili contests heat up the scene at the Cedarburg Community Center, W63 N641 Washington Ave. Dur - ing Saturday's Individual Chili Competition, audience mem- bers can win free prizes. On Sunday those attending the Restaurant Chili Contest can buy a chili sampler platter and vote for their favorite entries (11 a.m.-4 p.m.). The Grand Parade is at 1 p.m. Saturday, with themed bed racing teams as well as other fun participants. The parade heads down Wash- ington Avenue to the frozen millpond of Cedar Creek for WKHVWDUWRIWKH3RUW:DVK- ington State Bank Costumed Cedarburg Winter Festival Warm up with family fun! 08 H

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