Key Milwaukee

August 2017

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

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Fun for the Whole Family A children's activity area fea- tures arts and crafts, story time and a children's tea room. The Celtic Canines area showcases native dog breeds of Ireland, while the Leprechaun Village has fun facts and a chance to search for gold. The Pirate Pad - FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD REUBEN QUESADILLA and Irish Lamb Stew are offered by new vendor Mulligan's Pub BAILEY'S CHEESE CAKE from Mo's Irish Pub or try the Jameson Custard from Gilles Frozen Custard REUBEN ROLL from Mader's - The Big Kitchen MANHATTAN with Jameson Black Barrel Whis- key from The Jameson Lounge F O O D A N D S P I R I T S F O O D A N D S P I R I T S D D D D TICKETS, PROMOS & MORE AUGUST 17-20 Keep up with festival updates at IrishFest. com, on Facebook at MKEIrishFest, on Twitter @MKEIrishFest or on Instagram @MKEIrishFest. - Aug. 17, 5pm- 10pm Aug. 18, 4pm-midnight Aug. 19, Noon-midnight Aug. 20, 11am-10pm - Adults: $20 Seniors 60+: $15 Kids 12 & Under: FREE - Milwaukee Irish Fest is fun and affordable for the whole family. There are various Dublin the Fun ticket packages, special promotions and ticket discounts guests can take advantage of, including discounts for college students, seniors, military personnel and their families. The festival is FREE for children ages 12 years old and under. Visit to learn more about discounts, ticket packages and special promotions. 09 dy's Passport can be filled out at stops throughout the festival. Arts, Crafts & Culture The Cultural Village offers shopping, history, genealogy and more. Guests can learn more about their family ancestry with genealogy experts. An exhibition explores Irish and American involvement in World War I, while "The Irish-Mexicans and the San Patricios" is a joint exhibit with Mexican Fiesta. Sports Visitors can take a hands-on approach at the hurling cages or watch currach races in the lagoon. Later, guests can relax at the Irish Fest Sports Pub to play a round of video trivia. Also, don't miss The Celtic Kitchen which features renowned chef, Pádraic Óg Gallagher, from Boxty House, Temple Bar, Dublin.

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