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Alas, Carroll University's academic year is coming to a close. This has been a great year for many wonderful concerts, and lectures, free and open to the public. I thought we'd seen the last of the performances last weekend when the four scheduled (one Friday, two Saturday and one Sunday) hinted at a grand finale for a year I never wanted to see end.
Here's one day there's never a question of what to give one another. It's going to be nice tree-planting weather this weekend. Why not take advantage of the Kiwanis Early Risers Annual Tree Sale Saturday? Where are you going to get spruce trees over a foot tall for only $4.00? There's five Waukesha County locations to choose from. I suggest getting there early. They do sell out.
Earth Day 2013 is starting out pretty nice. It's in the low 40s here this morning.
I needen't have spent time practicing my simple arithmetic before Saturday's crane count. I neither saw nor heard any... that was the hard part.
Read this week that the Les Paul exhibit at the Waukesha County Museum finally has an opening date. . . and it's not too far off. June 9th would've been Les' 98th birthday, a good day to open a long-awaited exhibit on his life. That same weekend is also the GuitarTown II and Waukesha's Freeman Friday Night Live kick off, so it should be pretty busy around here. Hopefully the events will work together to benefit the museum, as the reason for the exhibit is why GuitarTown is here in the first place.