Key Milwaukee

August 2016

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

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Sports Action in August is outdoors. BASEBALL u August 8-14, 22-31 Milwaukee Brewers The team is proving that rebuilding can be fun. Tailgating, the sausage race, promotions and one of the best ballparks make for great afternoons and evenings. And sold- out dates when the Cubs visit this month . Miller Park GOLF u June 12-18, 2017 2017 US Open Tickets are now on sale. Single days or multi- day packages, can be ordered at tickets. Or call 800- 698-0661. Erin Hills, about 40 miles northwest of downtown Milwaukee WATER SPORTS u Wednesdays, 7-8pm Badgerland Water Ski Show Badgerland is a non- rofit ater ski sho team performing for crowds around the country. Based in Waukesha as an amateur showski club. Fox River in Frame Park u Thursdays, 6:30 Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Show Pewaukee Lake MORE u August 19 Big Time Wrestling Turner Hall u August 20, 21 The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience NASCAR Stock Car Driving and Ride-Along experience. State Fair Park SHUTTLE S E R V I C E S Many local hotels and barsoerareasttle service to Miller Park. Two of the most popular downtown Milwaukee shuttles depart from the Milwaukee Brat House (the Brat Bus), 1013 N. Old World 3rd St., and Trinity • Three Irish Pubs, 125 E. Juneau Ave. In the Brady Street area, a shuttle for the games runs from Jack's American Pub at 1323 E. Brady St. Closer to Miller Park is Saz's State House at 5539 W. State St. Wisconsin State Fair Park 8200 W. Greenfield Ave. / (414) 266-7000 / Miller Park One Brewers Way, iller Parkway / (866) 800-1275 / 19 [ f o c u s o n w a t e r s p o r t s ] Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Show The Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Show presents the final sho of the season on abor ay, Monday, Sept. 5, at 5:30pm. August shows are presented Thursdays at 6:30pm. On Saturday, Aug. 6, from 10am-3pm, ski show members also participate in the Greg Wilkinson Waterfront Festival. This annual event at Pewaukee Lake is for members of ACAP: Adaptive Community Approach Program. ACAP members are people with disabilities who have a passion to demonstrate their abilities in their community. HAPPENINGS g

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