Dane County Farmer’ Market Location: Capitol Square Day: Every Saturday, starting April 19th Time: 6:00 am – 2pm www.dcfm.org Westside Community market Location: Hill Farms DoT Building Parking Lot University Ave. & Segoe Rd. Day: Every Saturday, April 19th – Nov 8th Time: 7:00 am – 1pm www.westsidecommunitymarket.org/ Eastside Farmer’s Market Location: Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center [...]
Annual festival featuring music from local, Midwestern and national performers. Food and beer garden. Angell Park
Wed., September 10th from 5-8pm Free Admission to the Madison Children’s Museum
Sunday, September 7th
Cheer on the incredible athletes as they complete a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride & finish with a full marathon 26.2 miles through the Madison communities.
Septemeber 13-14, 2014 10am to 4pm
Visit artists’ studios in communities south of Madison, WI.
Be part of the ultimate quilting adventure in Madison, one of the nation’s most popular cities and a great place to enjoy the beginnings of autumn in the Midwest. Located among beautiful lakes and parks, the city offers unparalleled shopping, dining and recreational opportunities, and the perfect getaway for quilting enthusiasts — Quilt Expo 2014, Sept. 4, 5, and 6.
Wednesdays, August 6-September 3
Outdoor Stage, 100 State Street
Event Description: Why not jazz up your Wednesday summer nights in August, literally! Right at the top of State Street where it meets the Capitol Square, this is a prime location in downtown Madison, just steps away from some of the capitol city’s best restaurants, bars, hotels, and attractions. This is the perfect community setting for a truly community event.
Event Information: Each performance begins at 5pm and runs to approximately 8pm. There is a short break between the opening act and the headliner.
For More Information Visit: www.jazzatfive.org
Experience the magnificence of free-flying butterflies while strolling through the tropical Bolz Conservatory. Live butterflies emerge from chrysalises daily in the Conservatory, including low-flyers like the playful yellow and black striped zebras and bright orange julias. More than a dozen species of butterflies, native to both Wisconsin and the more tropical areas of the southern United States can be seen at various times during the exhibit.