Key Milwaukee

September 2016

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

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Wine & Harvest Festival F E S T I V A L S | W I N E & H A R V E S T F E S T I V A L S E P T . 1 7 1 0 A M - 6 P M * & S E P T . 1 8 1 0 A M - 5 P M , C E D A R B U R G atrdaoltededorsto.m.atterberaceatae elebrate fall inHistoricCedar- urat tet Annual Wine & Harvest Festival. Originally, the wines of Cedar Creek Winery and Wisconsin's homegrown produce and artisan foods were the inspiration for this free, family-oriented event. For a quick shuttle around town, hop aboard a trac - tor-drawn hayride wagon and hear the live musicfea- tured at several locations both days. At Ashley's Candyland for Kids, find special activities, a magician, opcorn the Clown,a bounc- er, special treats, andaint a Pumpkin. umkin Careretraor- dinaireSteve Dahlketurns large pumpkins into gro- tesque faces at the City Hall Lawn on Saturday. Art on the Avenue features more than 250 juried artist booths. The Cedarburg Cul- tural Center, the Cedarburg Art Museum, the Ozaukee Art Center, the Cedarburg Garden Club and the Wis- consin Museum of Quilts and Fiber Arts (east of down- town but accessible via the hay wagon shuttle) also have art-related fairs on or around the festival grounds. TheFestial Food Courtlo- cated at the Community Center features lots of fest favorites. Special options include Olsen's Piggly Wig- 08 C

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