Key Milwaukee

September 2016

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

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20 THE 23rd HARVEST FAIR at Wisconsin State Fair Park, Sept. 23-25, features free admission and live enter- tainment, plus plenty of activi- ties for the entire family. Family activities abound At Harvest Fair, amusement rides, a pumpkin patch, pumpkin carving, pumpkin bowling, scarecrow making, cookie decorating and more are planned for families. Most activities require the purchase of tickets at ticket booths located throughout Harvest Fair. Tickets cost $1 each and the number of tickets required per activity varies. Kids will want to pick up a free Harvest Fair Bingo Board at one of the Fair Information Centers and travel through Harvest Fair collecting stamps. Across, Up & Down, Diagonal or 4-corners will win a prize in the Family Activity Center. Great free entertainment The Bank Mutual Amphitheater features nightly headliners, and other entertainment includes live music at the Budweiser Pavilion, Saz's Miller High Life Pavilion and Knucklehead. Many favorite State Fair vendors are open during Harvest Fair, including The Micro, featuring over 50 craft beers. The Farmers' Market features everything from fall decorations to flowers, food and more while food and beverages are available for purchase. State Fair Park is located at 640 S. 84th St., West Allis. Parking is $5 per vehicle/ motorcycle. Hours are 5-11 p.m. Fri., 9am- 11pm Sat. and 9am-5pm Sun . Harvest Fair at State Fair Park offers something for everyone T

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