Key Milwaukee

September 2016

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

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14 FESTIVALS u Sept. 2-4 Wisconsin Highland Games A weekend of Scottish and Celtic fun for the whole family, featuring music, dance, athletics, food, drink, living history and more Waukesha Expo Center u Sept. 2-4 11th Annual Paramount Music Festival Port Washington, WI u Sept. 3-4 Third Ward Art Festival Historic Third Ward u Sept. 4 Big Gig BBQ Music, food & 2017 Harley-Davidson bikes Summerfest grounds u Sept. 9-10 TosaFest Downtown Wauwatosa u Sept. 10, 10am-4pm Tomato Romp Festival A day of throwing tomatoes and live music. Milwaukee's East Side u Sept. 9-10, 16-17, 23- 24, 30 & Oct. 1 Oktoberfest (See p. 12) Heidelberg Park 700 W. Lexington Blvd, Glendale u Sept. 9-11 Indian Summer Festival (See p. 10) Summerfest grounds u Sept. 16-18 Fine Furnishings Show fiefrsssos. com/milwaukee Hart Park u Sept. 17 • 9-5pm Apple Harvest Festival Apple pie baking contest, children's activities, craft fair, guided nature hikes, horse-drawn wagon rides and more. appleharvestfestival Retzer Nature Center u Sept. 17-18 Cedarburg Wine & Harvest Festival (See p. 8) Cedarburg u Sept 17, 1pm-11pm Rock the Green Sustainability Festival Eco-Education, 3 Stages, 12 Bands. $35GA/$75 VIP, kids 10 and under free. Reed Street Yards, S 3rd St & Freshwater Way u Sept 24 Fromm Petfest Free event for two- Happenings The best of what's on, what to do, and where to go in Milwaukee. Doors Open Milwaukee is a unique opportunity to tour Milwaukee area buildings (many not regularly open to the public). Held by Historic Milwaukee Sept. 17-18, the more than 160 sites include Milwaukee icons like the Federal Courthouse, City Hall, US Bank Center, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, the Journey House Packer Field in Mitchell Park, and the Eschweiler designed Seneca (Wadham's) Gas Station in West Allis. Open to the public, free-of-charge. Visitors will have access to Milwaukee's newest skyscraper, 833 Michigan

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