There's no need to travel far from home to fill your weekend plans. WaukeshaNOW.com in conjunction with the Waukesha & Pewaukee Visitors Bureau present these weekly community events and highlighted attractions for you and your family to enjoy.
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Lecture on Virginia Huebner
Virginia Huebner’s accomplishments and contributions to the history of fair employment practices in Wisconsin. Tickets are $3/person or $50 for 20. . Carroll University; 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm; 262- 521-2859; www.waukeshacountymuseum.org
The Centennial Sleepover: Lad and Dad/Mom and Me Cub Scout
Visit the BSA 100th Anniversary exhibit, enjoy Boy Scout themed crafts and activities, watch the film, tell stories and sing songs at an indoor campfire, camp out in the historic courtroom with breakfast in the morning. Fee $20 per person.. Waukesha County Museum, 101 West Main Street, Waukesha; 6:30 pm ; 262- 521-2859; www.waukeshacountymuseum.org
17th Running of the Trailbreaker
The marathon course coveres approximately 4 miles of city streets and sidewalks, 15 miles of improved trails and 7 miles of the Ice Age Trail. Marathon turn-around is the top of the 40' Lapham Peak Tower, the highest point in Waukesha County.. Waukesha; 8:00am; 262-524-3716; www.runthetrailbreaker.com
David Allan Coe Concert
Waukesha County Expo Center; 7pm; 800-595-4849; www.tix.com
Waukesha Choral Union; Haydn's "Creation"
This free concert commemorates the 200th anniversary of the death of Franz Joseph Haydn, one of the composers who best epitomizes the aims and achievements of the Classical era.. Shattuck Auditorium, Carroll University; 03pm; 414-297-9310; www.ChoralUnion.org
Carroll Art Student Union Spring Exhibition
Juried mixed media exhibit by students.. Humphrey Memorial Chapel and Art Center; 262-524-7195; www.carrollu.edu
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Be Green, Go Earth
Check out this green, fair trade store for a world of gifts featuring hand crafted products from developing countries. www.goearthimports.com or 262-746-9262
Run, Bike, Walk or Rollerblade the Glacial Drumlin Trail
Just a $4.00 day pass gets access to one of the best trails in the state! Trail begins just outside of Historic Downtown Waukesha and goes all the way to Cottage Grove, WI. www.glacialdrumlin.com
Celebrate Spring with "Pretty in Pink"
HAve a 'pretty in pink' martini at People's Park in Downtown Waukesha. Owned and operated by the Taylor brothers of Milwaukee, this great night life hot spot has fabulous drinks and a delicious food menu. www.peoplesparkwaukesha.com or 522-6868.