Key Milwaukee

November 2016

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

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u Nov. 19 The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of The Goddesses: Master Quest Riverside Theater u Nov. 19 Peter Wolf J. Geils Band frontman Northern Lights Theater u Nov. 19-20 Milwaukee Symphony: de Waart Conducts Beethoven Christina & Michelle Naughton play Pou- lenc's captivating Con- certo for Two Pianos. Marcus Center u Nov. 23 Jeff Keller and the Singing Machine's Last Hurrah A long- time performer at the State House, in his last appearance for a night of karaoke and fun beginning at 7pm. Saz's State House u Nov. 25 The Prince Expe- rience - Performs "Purple Rain" Riverside Theater u Nov. 26 Gabriel Sanchez: Immortal by Sound Northern Lights Theater u Nov. 27 Jim James Riverside Theater u Nov. 29 Ronnie Spector's Best Christmas Party Ever! Northern Lights Theater u Nov. 30 Jesse & Joy Un Besito Mas Tour Turner Hall u Nov. 30 Oak Ridge Boys Christmas Celebration Milwaukee Theater u Nov. 30-Dec. 1 Phil Vassar Northern Lights Theater MISC u Through Nov. 6 Fall Harvest Festival - Fall Floral Show Mitchell Park Domes u Nov.5-6 Jurassic Quest – Out of Extinction Ultra-realistic, life-size, animatronic dinosaurs. State Fair Park u Nov. 13 Holiday Giftmaking Workshop: Block Kits from Natural Wood Lynden Sculpture Garden u Nov. 20 Holiday Giftmaking Workshop: Basket Weaving: Garlic Lynden Sculpture Garden u Nov. 27 The Vietnamese Variety Show Northern Lights Theater g HAPPENINGS PACKER SHUTTLE SAZ'S STATE HOUSE: Buses travel from Saz's to its Tundra Tailgate Zone (TTZ) outside of the Oneida Nation gate at Lambbeau Field for every Packers home game (2 in November). (414) 453.2410. BRAT HOUSE: Packers shuttle package for every home game. $70 includes all- you-can-drink beer and soft drinks, all- you-can-eat classic Wisconsin tailgating food, and a ride on a luxury coach bus with bathrooms on board! 20 PNC Running Festival The PNC Running Festival, Nov. 5-6, welcomes all levels of expertise and fitness. The festival's Sunday schedule includes the marathon, half marathon and 5K race. The three events start and finish at Veteran's Park, 1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr. A finish line celebration is planned at the park from 8am-3pm. The festival also includes the Harley-David- son Motor Company Mile, located entirely on the Harley-Davidson Museum grounds, 400 W. Canal St. A 9:30am one-mile run and the 10am-5pm Health & Fitness Expo will be held at the museum on Saturday, Nov. 5. The Health & Fitness Expo is the place for race packet pickup, vendors, speakers and official race merchandise. "The Milwaukee marathon course is a beauti - ful combination of city streets and parkways, and includes several well-known landmarks as well as a diverse mix of neighborhoods," says Chris Ponteri, the race's executive director. "The entire 26.2-mile course stays in the City of Milwaukee." For additional information on the festival, the route of the four festival races, how to register to run and how to volunteer to assist in the various activities, visit

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