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701 Sunrise Court, Waukesha UNDER CONTRACT

A charming open concept Ranch in Waukesha on a cul-de-sac. Main floor laundry room and Master bedroom en suite. Enjoy the upper level deck that overlooks the over 1/2-acre fenced wooded back yard. The large granite topped island in the kitchen blends into the great room with cathedral ceiling and natural fireplace. The Lower level rec room walks out to a patio covered by the main floor deck. $319,000

W330N5445 Linden Circle E, Merton Charming farm house style ranch in the heart of Lake Country. Top to bottom upgrades, this 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath ranch offers open concept floor plan with custom designed kitchen, eat in breakfast bar and stainless appliances. Open living room/dining room with gorgeous engineered hardwood floors. Remodeled bathrooms with tile, granite, fixtures and vanities. $314,900

For results beyond your expectations contact the team designed to handle your every real estate need! Dani Austin-Rauch


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Steve Demakopoulos

262-391-2590 Kassandra Maurer 262-395-0229


S43W31289 Hwy 83, Genesee Duplex conveniently located right in the heart of Genesee Depot. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath and a large living space on the first floor unit. Upstairs also boasts 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and spacious living space. Each of the units have private entrances, parking space, garage access, as well as in-unit laundry. Great opportunity for owner-occupant or income property. Property is zoned commercial/residential. $329,900

2828 South 85th Street, West Allis Charming and well appointed Colonial. Spacious rooms flow effortlessly throughout the first floor, beginning with the adorable foyer/greeting area that offers access to the large living room and dining room with shelving that gives a pottery barn feel. Original hardwood floor throughout home gives open and charming feel. Lower level entertaining space in rec room and additional storage. Side drive with 2.5 car garage. $164,900


2718 Northview Road, 15 Waukesha Why rent when you can own? Open concept living/kitchen area with soaring vaulted ceilings. Fresh paint and newer kitchen with gorgeous granite counter tops, bright white cabinets and stainless steel appliances! Large master retreat with walk in closet, new washer and dryer. Private bath with large vanity. Den/office is an open book for your creativity of space. Underground parking space with storage. $129,900

Frenz Garden Center

We are here to help you with Spring Planting, Potting, Home & Garden Décor & More. D.I.Y. Early Planting Available Here, Now! Bring in your CONTAINERS...Choose your PLANTS... You Plant your Containers in our greenhouse, or if you choose we can plant for you! Then, We CARE for them in our greenhouse location until you are ready for them!

Call 262-242-1060 for info on this unique early Spring potting opportunity!

We offer...Planted Hanging & Patio Pots • Annuals & Perennials • Garden Art Décor & Gift Selection • Concrete Statuary & Fountains • Grasses • Pond Plants Wind Chimes • Minature Garden Area • Bird feeders, Houses & Seed

Open Year round! Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 8 am-5 pm.

505 N. Main Street • Thiensville, WI 262-242-1060 • Like us on Facebook  Only 3 miles South of Cedarburg, Only 5 miles from Pioneer Rd. or Mequon Rd. I43 Exits, On the West side of Main Street in downtown Thiensville...come enjoy Spring with us!

Spring In the Country

Enjoy the spirit of the spring

season in the unique and relaxing atmosphere of Monches Farm. Here you’ll find hundreds of flowering plants as well as a gift shop abundant with unusual gifts, antiques and seasonal items.


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262-250-1503 Issue No. 2, Volume 30. Wisconsin Country Life (ISSN 10463259) is published four times a year— Spring, Summer, Fall and Holiday/ Winter—by Lifestyle Publishing, 7434 Lannon Rd., Lannon WI 53046. ©2017 All rights reserved. This magazine accepts no responsibility for manuscripts or photo transparencies not accompanied by return postage. All printed material is copyrighted by Lifestyle Publishing, LLC 2016. Any reproduction in part or in whole is prohibited without written permission. WISCONSIN COUNTRY LIFE 7434 Lannon Rd., Lannon, WI 53046 Every current issue now online at

Monches Farm Since 1980

5890 Monches Road, Colgate In the scenic Holy Hill area. 262-966-2787



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Monches Farm Celebrate the arrival of spring with seasonal arrangements. Monches Farm has been creating one-of-a-kind floral art for over 35 years and would be happy to work with you to create a custom piece using your design colors and reflecting your personal style. Visit Monches Farm. 5890 Monches Road, Colgate, WI. 262-966-2787.

hand made

This family owned and operated Paint company, Dixie Belle creates an entire line of chalk mineral paint that is high quality, very easy and unintimidating to use. Dixie Belle paint is also priced so that every DIYer can create and discover the joy of painting. At The Polished Patina in downtown Waukesha, find this line, including these 3 sizes of all the chalk mineral paint, White Lightening Cleaner, stencils, crackle, texture additive, clear coat, Gator Hide, wax, Dixie Dirt, glazes, Dixie Mud and much more! Located at 116 West Broadway, in Waukesha, WI. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram, or check for more product instruction and information. 262-408-2795. Open Daily 11 am-4 pm.

Carrie On in style with Pop In’s

The Polished Patina


Simple Transformation

The Good Stuff The Good Stuff in Oconomowoc carries a unique combination of vintage, antiques, Specialty Food temptations, along with a hand chosen assortment of artisans who hand make a variety of everyday, as well as seasonal décor. These are only a couple of the many hand sewn, wool bunnies you will find waiting for you at The Good Stuff (also shown on a vintage braided rug), both located at 31 South Main Street in Oconomowoc. WI. All of artist Lee Harts Bunnies are one-of-a-kind, and so unique, you will want a whole basketfull! Call 262-0510-6377 for more info, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

Shop To Carrie On Gift & Clothing Boutique Shop to Carrie On Gift & Clothing Boutique in West Allis is carrying something NEW for you! Celebrate in style with Glass Fusion Pop In’s which are the perfect gift and décor item for all occasions...Choose from specially designed plates, bowls, platters, then include a POP IN to customize your favorite holidays, seasons and celebrations! All come in a giftable box. Check out this beautiful collection at Shop to Carrie On, located at 11045 W. National Avenue in West Allis, WI or call 414-282-1958. More Shop info at or on facebook.


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Historic Village of

Make Greendale your Spring Shopping Destination! Many unique shops, great restaurants, cafes and more. for more information.

Spring is the perfect time to enjoy...these 2 Locations A 50s Diner in Historic Greendale Greendale Location Ferch’s Malt Shoppe & Grille 5636 Broad Street, Greendale, WI • 414-423-1414

We create your favorite flavor of Custard on our cold marble top. Grilled Sandwiches • Burgers • Salads • Wraps Have your next Event at Ferch’s Greendale!

Opening May 24th, 2019

A Beachhouse on the Shore of Lake Michigan

Grant Park Location Ferch’s Beachside Grille

1001 Oak Creek Parkway, South Milwaukee, WI • 414-215-7950

A great Beach • Ferch’s Custard • Burgers & Beer Live Music • Beach Rentals & Parties All perfect ways to cool down on a Hot Summer day!

Check out • Like us on Facebook • Join our scoop e-mail list for both locations


Greendale into

Lion’s Club Easter Egg Hunt & Pancake Breakfast April 13th, 8 am-2 pm Breakfast is from 8 am-1 pm. At 1 pm the egg hunt begins for ages 0-8 years old. Greendale High School. For more information go to

Spring Children’s Resale. May 4th & 5th Greendale High School. Saturday, 7:30 am-3 pm; Sunday, 10 am-2 pm. For more information go to

Handmade gourmet apples and candies Tasty treats ~ Gift items

414-421-7011 5612 Broad Street, Greendale, WI

Pet Palooza. A family and pet-friendly event! May 11th, 10 am-4 pm Downtown Greendale. For more information go to

Outdoor Movie in Gazebo Park. June 15th Movie begins at dusk. Bring your own lawn chairs/blankets, etc. Sponsored by Park and Recreation Department and Gift of Wings. Gazebo Park, Downtown Greendale. For more information contact the Greendale Park and Recreation Department at 414-423-2790.

Food Truck Frenzy. June 19th Come to the Greendale Community Center and enjoy food from several food trucks and local vendors. Greendale Community Center. for more information go to


SPRING FASHION SHOW & LUNCHEON AT JOEY GERARD’S What has become a Spring Fashion & Ladies Luncheon gathering tradition in the Village of Greendale, continues the Saturday afterMothers Day this May. Call and Reserve your spot today! The Luncheon & Fashion show is located at Joey Gerard’s Supper Club; 5601 Broad Street, Village of Greendale, WI. Held on…

Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 11 am $35 Tickets must be purchased in advance at Margos Village Boutique, 5620 Broad Street, Greendale, WI Please call Margo’s at 414-858-1200 for more information.

Off the I-894 bypass, exit 60th Street and continue south about one mile. 60th Street becomes Northway and curves right into the downtown area.

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A Sampler of Country Life

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We Love Antiques


Go Big On Brunch

Inspired ideas from some of our favorite shops.

Spring Bling…A Diva Thing Spring Bling… A Diva Thing will take place on Thursday, April 11th in Downtown West Bend and Barton. ‘Cause we love to mingle, ’cause we love to shop, ’cause we love to support a great caude. ‘ It’s time to come out, welcome spring, and see what’s new at your favorite shops! Special finds at some of our favorite antiques shops.

At Home With Country Life Inspiring ways to bring country style into your home. Building out a full menu to please your brunch guests with simple, tasty recipes can help create a fun, flavorful atmosphere when it’s time for a morning bite.


Simple Holiday Hams

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A Country Affair

Now on Deviled eggs, also known as stuffed eggs, first appeared in American cookbooks in the mid-19th century, but the origin can be traced back to ancient Rome where eggs were boiled and seasoned with spicy sauces. Today, deviled eggs are a staple during Easter.

Ideas for a Easy Easter Menu Whether you’re new to hosting or simply looking for ideas to make Easter entertaining easier than ever, there are plenty of ways to save time and stress in the kitchen. A town and country guide to special events.

On the cover. Antique courtesy Farm Girl Art & Antiques. Floral arrangement courtesy Monches Farm. Photography by Stonehill Studios. WISCONSIN COUNTRY LIFE

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A look inside some of our favorite shops.

beautiful ideas for your home

pasture raised~ all natural Eclectic Avenue

Refresh that special piece of furniture with General Finishes Milk Paint or Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint. A Conversation Piece will help you every step of the way. Stop in for some great ideas and browse our beautiful shop filled with gift and home décor ideas. Find A Conversation Piece at 132 South 6th Ave. in Downtown West Bend, WI . Open Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10-7; Saturday, 10-3. Call 262-335-1100 and like them on facebook for more information about paints, classes and more.

fun garden art Third Point Of View Many different artists and craftsmen are featured at Third Point of View where everything for you, your home and your life can be found! Jeff’s Garden Accents is one of those artisans featured...his re-purposed, incredibly unique, and many one-ofa-kind yard art pieces are here to choose from. From hanging wind chimes, to garden stakes, to garden sitters and everything in between you will find a great gift or garden decor piece sure to bring a smile or chuckle! Third Point of View is located right between The Third Ward, and Historic Walkers Point, at 1134 South 1st Street, Milwaukee, WI. Open daily from 10 am-6 pm. Call 414-509-7399, or follow them on facebook and Instagram for more information. 8

perfect gift pairing

A Conversation Piece

Shown is only one of dozens of Award winning Goat’s Milk Soaps available at Eclectic Avenue to choose from! The goats at Floppy Ear Farm where they are made, (actual goat on each label) are pasture raised and hand milked. Fresh whole goat milk is rich in skin loving natural minerals, vitamins, proteins and fats. The soaps are made in small 22 bar batches. Each bar contains approximately 1/4 cup of goat milk. Every bar is aged for a minimum of four weeks. No artificial dyes are used in any of their products, including soaps, shampoo bars, lip balms, lotion bars, and laundry soap. Stop in at Eclectic Avenue at 226 North Franklin Street in Downtown Port Washington, WI for information on the artisans of this incredible soap line or the many other artisans this shop features! Call 262-235-4725 or on Facebook, down2eclecticavenue.

SHiN DiGS This perfect display and storage box will keep your Nora Fleming keepsake seasonal assortment safe and all together. This and the entire Nora Fleming collection is available at SHiN DiGS in Hartford, WI. This keepsake box will hold nine of your Seasonal Selection. All will transform any of the many serving pieces (also available) into the perfect entertaining combination. There is not a more universally loved, and usable gift out there for Showers, Weddings, Mothers Day, Birthdays, Housewarmings and more! Stop in at “SHiN DiGS located at 64 N. Main Street in Downtown Hartford WI. For more information, Call 262-457-2770 or Follow them on Instagram: SHiNDiGS64


Spring ­2019

Brought to you by the WDBA Waukesha Downtown Business Asscociation

Spring into Downtown Waukesha!



Every Saturday, May 4th thru October 26th, 8 am until noon, along the Fox River. Shop more than 150 Vendors for organic produce, artisan breads, flowers, honey, salsa, handmade goods and more.

Saturday, May 4th, 4-10 p.m. 20 Galleries~170 Artists~LIVE Music~Great Food! Saturday, May 4th. Begins at 1150 Frame Park Drive, Waukesha, WI. 8 am registration. 10 am walk begins. Together we can make a difference! Walk to Care…Walk to Cure. Eight Street Stages of Local Musicians. June 7th thru August 30th, 6:30-9 pm.

259 W. Main St. Waukesha WI 262-547-5000 I BUY ANTIQUES, CALL 262-352-8888 Independently owned antique store in downtown Waukesha. Follow me on Facebook for seasonal extended hours.

“A Charming Shoppe” Antiques, Decor & More 1,000’s of Used Books Open Tues.-Sat.; 9 am-5 pm

306 North East Avenue, Waukesha, WI (just North of Carroll University)

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! June 7th thru August 30th. 6:30-9 pm.

Clocks of Distinction See the entire collection of clocks and watches with designs created by the greatest architect of the twentieth century. Stunning styles! Affordable prices. The elongated geometric patterns are from the B. Harley Bradley House overlooking the Kankakee River in Illinois. Select one of three melodies to enjoy.


Little Swiss Clock Shop 270 West Main Street, Downtown Waukesha 262.547.2111




ADAMS TOYS & COLLECTIBLES Vintage Pressed Steel • Diecast • Trains • Dolls Wind up • Model Kits & Games & So Much More!



Monday-Friday, 3 pm until 6 pm


Saturday & Sunday from 10 am until 2 pm Like us on Facebook 244 West Main Street • Waukesha, WI • 262-844-1819 Sun.-Wed. 10 am-5 pm; Thurs, Fri, Sat., OPEN LATE! 10 am-7 pm WE BUY One Piece or Entire Collections! Call for an appointment

337 W. Main St. Historic Downtown Waukesha 262-522-6868

FARMERS’ MARKET ~ Every Saturday, May thru October 26. 8 am until noon, along the Fox River.

Antiques & Uniques

Polished Patina ♦

Featuring Local Artisans ♦ ♦ Jewelry ♦ Clothing ♦ ♦ Home Decor ♦



250 West Main St. Downtown Waukesha,WI

116 W. Broadway, Waukesha 262-408-2795 Open Daily 11 am-4 pm Open for Art Crawls & Friday Night Live Follow us on Facebook & Instagram


SPRING ZING IS HERE! May 3rd-5th, 2019

Wear a Hat for a Special Gift!

In Shop Specials, Snacks, Refreshments

Over 85 dealers and growing Dealer space is available

WE ALSO BUY ANTIQUES 1427 East Racine Ave.Waukesha,WI

(Only 6 miles from I-43 on Racine Ave. into Waukesha)

OVER 100 DEALERS ALL ON ONE LEVEL – OPEN DAILY 10 am-5 pm • 262-524-0600 • Like us on Facebook 7TH ANNIVERSARY SALE! SUNDAY, JUNE 2ND – 9 am-5 pm

Call 262-844-1819 (ask for Deb) for an appointment to show your unique items, antiques, collectibles, flatware, coins, gold, silver,

rhinestone jewelry, and much more. Check & Like our Facebook page for Special Events

Village of

Dine, Shop, Explore.


15% Off any regular priced 2 hour



instructed paint class

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The Historic Village of Wauwatosa, feel the Europeon charm

View our class calendar at:

Use code: SpringIntoArte EXPIRES 7/31/19

“Paint Your Pet” session ( 2.5 hr Specialty Class) $50 & held the last Sunday of each month.

1417 Underwood Avenue, Wauwatosa • 414-259-0999 theflowerladytosa

The Village of Wauwatosa

To take class: Register at, Email a photo of your pet, then come paint a pre-sketched drawing of your own pet! 1442 Underwood Ave, Wauwatosa, WI • 414-810-6095


is a thriving business district offering more than 100 stores, restaurants, and businesses in a setting reminiscent of the great villages of Europe. This quaint setting makes this Village a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike to enjoy all it has to offer every season!


8 am to noon | June 1 thru October 12

Niemann’s Homemade Candies and gourmet, premium Ice Creams are all still made from scratch daily in our kitchen! (TRY our Almond Butter Toffee & Chocolate Marshmallow Ice Cream; Both Customer Favorites!) Spring Hours: Mon.-Fri.. 10 -5:30 & Sat.. 10-4 Extended Summer Hours Start in June





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7475 Harwood Avenue, Wauwatosa • 414.774.4940

Our Village survived many years of extensive construction. Come enjoy & experience our Beautiful new look!

Serendipity Fundraiser

‘Cause you love to mingle ‘Cause you love to shop ‘Cause you love to support a great cause.

Fundraiser to support

Spring Bling…A DIVA Thing will take place on Thursday, April 11th in Downtown West Bend and Barton. It’s time to come out, welcome spring, and see what’s new at your favorite shops! Participating shops and restaurants will be offering specials, door prizes, and treats! From noon ’til 9 pm, April 11. Start your adventure at the Welcome Center located at Consider the Lilies Floral located at 136 South Main Street to pick up your booklet containing store and restaurant information along with their list of specials for the event. Enter here also, to win 6 restaurant certificates. From 3 until 9 pm you can hop the complimentary trolley at one of the designated locations. You will be able to hop on and off at one of your

Some of the fundraisers include:

favorite shops and make the rounds. The route takes approximately 20 minutes. Each store is doing its own special fundraiser to raise money for Life of Hope or donating $50. The Spring Bling event will always have a charity aspect to it. We added the charity portion to the spring event because we as a group are a dynamic force that can make a difference! Life of Hope offers seven programs designed to raise AWARENESS, increase EDUCATION, and provide SUPPORT to those most affected by the topic of suicide. For more information go to & Facebook. WISCONSIN COUNTRY LIFE

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Enter to win a piece of Furniture painted by A Conversation Piece. Enter to win a “Moonglow” necklace at Over The Moon in Barton. Xpressions will hold a Fused Glass Pendant Workshop–For every pendant made, they will donate $5. Authentic Wellness will hold 2 “Build Your Own Healthy Trail Mix” workshops –$5 from every reservation will be donated. Enter to win a piece of Mariana jewelry at Serendipity. Laughing Mountain Popcorn will be making hand-dipped chocolate treats for their fundraiser. Consider The Lillies will be selling tulip bunches.


A charming shop full of vintage, hand made & antiques. Always something new.

EST 2018

Award Winning Toffee and Candied Pecans Business and Personal Gifts Handcrafted with all natural ingredients.

31 South Main Street, Oconomowoc, WI • 262-354-0352 PLEASE CALL FOR SPRING HOURS • Follow us on Facebook & Instagram

169 East Wisconsin Ave, Downtown Oconomowoc, WI

262-408-9831 • • Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10-5:30; Saturday, 10-2 • We ship nationwide.

AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN JEWELRY, ARTS & CRAFTS We Invite you to visit our gallery & discover an unforgettable collection direct from the reservations & trading posts of the West.

Silver Eagle

Décor & More!

Silver... Make a Statement Authorized Pendleton Dealer

201 North Fowler • Oconomowoc

183 E. Wisconsin Ave., Avenue Square Mall • Downtown Oconomowoc 262-569-9595 Monday-Friday, 10-6 | Saturday, 9:30-5 | Sunday, 10-3

Directions: Hwy 16 to Oconomowoc (16 becomes Wisconsin Ave., downtown)


10 am-5 pm 7 days a week Closed: Easter Sunday. Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Look for the BIG FOX sign! Come & experience a wide range of antiques - 22,000-sq.-ft.

100+ dealers all on one level with wide open aisles

Ladies Night Out in downtown oconomowoc Merchants stay open late for the ladies! Enjoy a spring theme, shopping, in-store goodies and specials.

Thursday, April 4th 5 pm-9 pm Check out Downtown Oconomowoc Business Association’s Facebook page for the most up-to-date information on what’s planned leading up the event.

OCONOMOWOC FARMERS MARKET. Saturdays, May thru October. 8 am to 12 noon. First Bank Financial Centre Parking Lot. 50 plus vendors and artisans, pet free venue, service animals welcome.

Nooks & Crannys Home Décor & Gift Boutique & DIY STUDIO Classes ~ Make & Take it! Boutique selection & More

Breakfast, Lunch & Bakery! Coffee • Teas • Espresso • Lattes • Frappes Malted Shakes • Smoothie Creams Now Serving Mimosas & Bloody Marys A MUST stop for Breakfast (all day)

Signature pancakes • Eggs Benedict • Belgian Waffles Homemade Biscuits & Gravy • French Toast & Amazing Omelets!

Lunch Offerings

Salads • Paninis • Cold & Hot Sandwiches Daily Old Fashioned Cream of Tomato Soup, & Chili

418 Merton Ave., Hartland, WI • 262-369-9932 for Hours, Class schedule, Events!


540 Hartbrook Drive, Hartland, WI

(exit 183, Hartland/Merton exit right across from BP) call ahead for faster service & take outs–


Monday-Friday, 7 am to 5 pm; Saturday, 7 am-3 pm & Sunday, 8 am-3 pm

(find us at end of mall…plenty of parking!)


EMPORIUM Artisan & Antiques Mall    

Recreate • Recycle • Redo • Reinvented Remix • Repurposed • Restore • Rethink Vintage • Retro Antiques • Industrial Chic Shabby Chic • Mid Century & More! NOW Accepting Applications for Quality Artisans. Make us your new business location...stop in today!

Applications available at the mall or W359 N5740 Brown Street Oconomowoc, WI • 262-468-5220 Off Hwy. 16, only 1 mile North on Hwy. P, North exit (East side of Hwy. P) Tuesday thru Thursday, 10 am-6 pm • Friday & Saturday 10 am-5 pm; Sunday noon-4 pm

Like us on Facebook!

Handcrafted Gifts, Decor & More!

Hawthorne Hill Farm 16370 West Small Road, New Berlin near Hwy. I-43 & the Ridge Cinema


Mixed Media Art Classes • Workshops

Vintage Market

The Art Junque Studio at Hawthorne Hill is where imagination takes wing and we gather in community to share inspiration, imagination, creativity & friendship Find us on Facebook... Art Junque Community

May 17 & 18, (10-5); May 19 (10-4)

Barn Market

Sept. 6 & 7 (10-5); Sept. 8 (10-4)

FREE admission and parking across the street

Great Food Available. Bus Groups Welcome!

The Old Homestead Shops Visit our shops & Café ~ N4W22496 Bluemound Rd., (Hwy JJ) Waukesha, WI

Just A Little Bit Country & Smokehouse Primitives

Enjoy Exceptional Gourmet Lunches at…

Jack’s Café

N4 W22496 Bluemound Rd. Waukesha, WI 262-542-8050

Specializing in 18th & 19th century goods, New England style antiques & fine reproduction furniture.



Enjoy a charming setting, located in a 1850s historic building with thick fieldstone walls & brick flooring. See menu & café at N4 W22496 Bluemound Rd. Waukesha, WI • 262-521-2444 We host groups of up to 30-40 guests for special occasions; like showers, weddings, birthdays, wine tastings, company or private dinner parties & more! Contact our events co-ordinator Kari Miller-Cameron 414-915-7565

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We Love

Antiques Creating modern country style with antiques and flea market finds. An amazing 1880s burl walnut drop front desk. Featuring ornate hardware and a fitted interior. Complete with 2 keys. A special find available at Riverview Antique Market. Located in a beautiful rehabbed 1893 building in the Menominee River Valley. Three floors of quality antiques and vintage clothing, plus check out our architectural and garden area outside. 2045 W. St. Paul Ave., Milwaukee. 414-278-9999.

Goebel Lore Blumenkinder Series. These limited edition Goebel figurines in the Blumenkinder (German for Flower Children) Series inspired by the artwork of Lore Hummel and modeled by the Goebel Master Sculptor, Gerhard Bochmann. Featured is “Easter Time.” This represents the fine quality and variety of antiques you can expect to find at Pilgrim Antique Mall, located at W156N11500 Pilgrim Road in Germantown, WI. In addition to the Mall location, mark your calendars for their “Second Sunday Flea Markets” in the Annex building right next to the Mall! Call 262-250-0260 for more info on the mall or Market. Pilgrim Antique Mall is Open 7 days a week!

Shown is a 194Os toy truck with the perfect patina from years of use and abuse! This and many other quality, unique pieces from the past can be found at Clinton Street Antiques, and Annex Antiques located at 1106 & 1110 South First Street, in Milwaukee, WI. They have 2 shops, only one Stop! Both shops are Open Wednesday to Sunday Noon to 5 pm. For more information and directions call either 414-732-6371 or 414-732-4241 or visit


Spring ­2019


Guide to Milwaukee Area’s BBC LIGHTING AND ANTIQUES

Stop in and find a selection of Historical & Hysterical Antiques & Collectibles like no other! Celebrity, Sports & Historic Memorabilia Retro Signs • Neon Traffic Lights • Games Western Hats • Military • Cash Registers Coin Operated Machines, rides, games & more! for our online lighting showroom 414-933-0808 • 2015 West St. Paul Ave • Milwaukee, WI HOURS: Monday-Saturday 9 am-5 pm & Sunday, 11 am-4 pm

Continuing Our Tradition of Exceptional Antiques…

Riverview Antique Market Visit us at our Beautiful Location in the Menomonee River Valley! Open 7-days a week, 10 am-5 pm From the elegant to funky & the mysterious to the unique Perfect selection for your home, apartment, loft, or business

13,000square-feet Dozens of Wisconsin’s Top Dealers

18th through 20th century Antiques, Artwork, Vintage Clothing, Mid-Century Modern & More

All located in a historically interesting beautifully restored 1892 Building

2045 W. St. Paul Ave. • Milwaukee, WI 53233 414-278-9999 Print out a map from your door to ours...

Follow the maps for your own self guided tour.

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2123 W. Michigan St. Milwaukee, WI 53233 414.961.1100

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Friday, 10 am-5 pm & Saturday, 10 am-4 pm (Wed. & Thurs, by Appt. Only)


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grow s arm Girl Art & Antiques

803 South 5th Street

(corner of 5th & National) Milwaukee, WI Open Thursday, 11-5; Friday, 11-6 & Saturday 10-5

414.405.4210 Like us on Facebook for directions and a preview of our shop.


Milwaukee Area Shops 1. Schuster Mansion B&B and Tea 3209 W. Wells • 414-342-3210 2. Razed & Found 2123 w. Michigan St. • 414-961-1100 3. Riverview Antique Market 175 S. Water St. • 414-278-9999 4. BBC Antiques & Lighting 2015 West St. Paul Ave. • 414-933-0808 5. Antiques on Pierce 1512 W. Pierce St. • 414.645.9640 6. Wiki Woolz in AOP 1512 W. Pierce Street • 414-801-3950 7. Alts 601 S. 6th St. • 414-378-7177 8. Farm Girl Art & Antiques 803 S. 5th St. • 414-405-4210 9. Clinton St. Antiques & ANNEX 1106 & 1110 S. 1st St. • 414-732-6371 10. Third Point of View 1134 South 1st Street • 414-509-7599

Visiting for a day or a week? Use this map to find the treasures you seek!

Guide to Milwaukee Area’s recycled wool | metal stamping | custom Vinyl Come see my Retail showroom & Workroom on the 1st floor of Antiques on Pierce; 1512 West Pierce, Milwaukee, WI 414-801-3950 | Available in T-shirts & Sweatshirts

Check for shows, & other market locations. Follow me on Facebook & Etsy.

40,000-sq.-ft. with 130+ dealers

4th Floor Now Available For Event Rental

Consignment & Vender Space Available...Please Inquire! OPEN DAILY ~ 10 am-5 pm 1512 West Pierce, Milwaukee, WI Only One Block North of National Ave. FREE PARKING


Call now to inquire about our 4th Floor EVENT AVAILABILITY! Like us on Facebook Follow the maps for your own self guided tour.

Best Shops & Stops 2 SHOPS, 1 STOP!


Third Point of View For You - Your Home - Your Life

Local Artisans - Unique to Antique Vintage and New Clothing - Wellness Products & CBD

Open Daily 10-6 1134 South 1st Street - Milwaukee WI

Additional floor now added to our shop selection! CLINTON STREET ANNEX ANTIQUES


1106 South First Street, Milwaukee, WI

1108 South First Street, Milwaukee, WI




Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, Noon ‘til 5 p.m. For directions visit

414-509-7599 - Follow us on Facebook and Instagram 1

2 3 Bayview & South Area Shops 1. Sparrow Collective 2224 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. • 414-747-9229 2. Good Land Antiques 3339 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. • 414-368-9706 3. Country Lion Antiques 4330 South Howell Ave. • 414-316-9985

Featuring Handcrafted accessories, home goods, printed tees, hoodies gifts, art & more Visit our website for current Classes & Workshops Scheduleand Special Events 2224 S. Kinnickinnic Avenue in Bayview 414-747-9229 Monday-Friday, 11-7 / Saturday, 11-6 / Sunday. 11-5

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Visiting for a day or a week? These stops are where you’ll find the treasures you seek!

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A look inside some of our favorite shops.

incredible scents

Frenz Garden Center

Twins Flowers, Gifts & Décor

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slightly eccentric

These 5 candles are just a sampling of the Vintage look Glass, candle colors and fresh new Swan Creek Candle scents that can be found at Twins Flowers, Gifts & Home Décor. Stop in and experience incredible scents like Farmers’ Market, Lavender & Lemongrass, White Peach & Clove, Wildflower Trail, Mango & Peach Slices and so many more! The muted spring colors and beautiful glass containers with wood lids make them a treasured gift to give. Swan Creek creates all their candles with 100% soybean wax, making them a very clean soot free candle to burn. Twins Flowers welcomes you to see their huge selection at 14170 West National Ave., in New Berlin, WI. Call 262-796-8777 or Stop in Monday -Friday 9-5:30 or Saturday 9 am-2 pm for more information.

This is only one of a great variety of sizes, shapes and designs of these beautiful electric Lamps. The illumination helps to showcase the bright, colorful designs all the way into the night. These are sure to be a gift or decor piece that is appreciated, and enjoyed by many! Stop in at Frenz Garden Center for this illuminated Flower lamp, or the extensive selection of REAL flowers, and more this Spring! They are located at 505 North Main Street in Thiensville, WI. (only 3 Mi South of Cedarburg, and Only 5 miles from Pioneer Rd. or Mequon, 143 Exits. They are Open Mon.-Fri., 8 am-8 pm; and Sat. & Sun., 8 am-5 pm.

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Little Swiss Clock Shop Whimsical fun, slightly eccentric wall clocks have joined the huge collection of mantel, chime and grandfather clocks. See what’s new at Little Swiss Clock Shop, 270 W. Main Street in Downtown Waukesha, 262-547-2111.

Introducing the Spring/Summer collection from Mariana Jewelry. Each piece is as detailed and varied as the moods they convey. Dazzling hand cut gemstones, stunning Czech stones and exquisite Swarovski crystals, some new and some over a hundred years old, all carefully and lovingly set by hand. This beautiful line is internationally recognized, and has distribution across the world. Make sure to see Serendipity’s collection of Swarovski crystal bracelets, earrings, as well as their most popular collection of Guardian Angel necklaces. 600 South Main Street, just south of downtown West Bend. Call 262-338-2988 for more information or stop in Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm and Wednesdays, 10 am-7 pm.. and see what all the Fuss is about!


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Shop to Carrie Gift & Clothing Boutique

11045 W. National Ave., West Allis, WI 53227

“Door County without the drive” Shop Small and Buy Local


Gifts & Home Décor More than just a flower store!

Boutique Fashions for all Ages…Sizes Sm-3XL Buy year round from 25 Local Artisans Monthly Girl’s Nite Out Fashion Show L’Bri Rep. & Young Living Oils | 414-282-1958 Hours: Mon. 12-6, Tues.-Fri., 10-6, Sat., 10-4, Sun. 11-4

ELKHORN, WI Antique Flea Market

2019 DATES May 19, June 30, August 11 & September 29

Gate $5 • Free Parking ~ Opens 7 am • No Pets Over 500 Inside & Outside • Dealers • Rain or Shine • Fairgrounds Hwy. 11



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Fresh & Silk Arrangements Candles • Scarves • Jewelry Seasonal & Inspirational Décor Soaps & Lotions • Cards

We Deliver!

14170 West National Ave. New Berlin, WI

262-796-8777 Like us on Facebook Hrs: Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30 & Sat. 9-2

At Home with Country Life... Inspiring ways to bring country style into your home.

Photos by Stonehill Studio. Floral arrangement by Monches Farms.

Let Nature Grow  

To create this arrangement, Sue used the following:

A Spring walk through the woods is the inspiration for this arrangement. Dried/preserved materials are brought together to remind us of nature’s annual rebirth! Monches Farm’s floral designer, Sue Morgan, has been creating floral art for over 25 years. She would be happy to work with you to create a custom piece for your space using your design colors and reflecting your personal style.  Call her at Monches Farm for a consultation. 262-966-2787.

18" oval tin 3 blocks floral foam Mood Moss hot glue & glue gun 8 varying size & color artificial succulents 2 fern bunches 3 small clay pots (about 2 1/2") a dozen or more wood slices


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Cut foam to fit container Glue moss over foam and between sides of foam and pot n Place and glue succulents for balanced and natural look n Glue clay pots on top of moss n arrange and glue wood slices n n n


Downtown Hartford While in Hartford, make sure to check out all that the Schauer Arts Center has to offer!

A Coffee House & Eatery Perc Place /p rk plas (n.); An enchanting and romantic dining destination enhanced by awe-inspiring surroundings; where an exquisite menu, fine libations, friendly and impeccable service, blend to immerse the adventurous foodie in a world of serendipity.

Celebrate everyday Life! A little bit Old…A little bit New, Beautifully curated just for YOU!

39 & 43A North Main St., Downtown Hartford, WI


Mon.-Thurs., 7 am,-3 pm; Friday, 7 am-9 pm; Saturday, 7 am-9 pm & Sunday, 8 am-2 pm

Farmhouse Chic ~ Seasonal & Home Décor Painted & Vintage Furniture ~ Gifts ~ Baby Items Jewelry ~ Stunning Handbags… Always Something NEW! 64 N. Main St. Downtown Hartford, WI ~ 262-457-2770 Open Mon.-Thurs., 10-5; Fri., 10-7 & Sat., 10-5 Follow us on Instagram: SHiNDiGS64

Licenced Estheticians, Lisa Riesterer & Tina Murray

Custom Facials, Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning, LED Therapy, Skin Care Products, and More!

NEW Customer Special!

$10 OFF

Your 1st Custom Facial Service

40 North Main Street Hartford, WI ~ 262-457-9110 Tues., Thurs., Fri., 9 am-6 pm Wed., noon-8 pm Sat., 9 am-2 pm

Ladies Night Out-Jetsetting Around The World Saturday, May 6th. Jet around the world by visiting participating downtown Hartford businesses. Earn prizes, sample regional dishes and shop!

Building out a full menu to please your brunch guests with simple, tasty recipes can help create a fun, flavorful atmosphere when it’s time for a morning bite. By making a variety of dishes to accommodate an array of personal tastes, you can give friends and family the flavors they desire. With choices like Apple Strudel Pancakes and Mini Hash Brown Casseroles, you can fulfill a multitude of food groups from grains and fruits to dairy and meat. Allow the adults at your gathering to top off the meal with a spicy take on this Watermelon Bloody Mary, featuring simple preparation and a handful of garnish options. Find more brunch recipes at Add Apples to Your Brunch Buffet As part of a balanced brunch, these Apple Strudel Pancakes feature whole grains rich in fiber, minerals and vitamins to provide energy for you and your guests. With a rich, nutty flavor, buckwheat flour complements the sweet taste of apples and maple syrup for a twist on traditional pancakes. Find more nutritious recipes at

Go Big on Brunch Apple Strudel Pancakes Reprinted with permission from the American Institute for Cancer Research Servings: 8 Apple Strudel Mixture: 1 cup water 1/4 cup raisins 1 tablespoon butter 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/3 cup thoroughly chopped walnuts 1 large apple, peeled, cored and chopped


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Batter: 1 cup buckwheat flour 1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 2 cups 1 percent buttermilk 1/4 cup safflower oil 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract maple syrup



Quality Antiques & Collectibles including...Furniture, Pottery, Primitives, Vintage Clothing, Jewelry & Accessories, Fishing & Sports Collectibles, Elegant Glassware. OPEN Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. & Sunday noon-4 p.m. or 262-250-0260 W156 N11500 Pilgrim Road, Germantown, WI

(near the corner of Hwy. 145 & Pilgrim Rd.)

2nd SUNDAY INDOOR FLEA MARKETS (In adjacent building)

8 am to 3 pm April 14, 2019

May 12, June 9, July 14, August 12 Vender space available call Charlie at 262-431-4020 for info & space reservation. 28

Go Big On Brunch To make apple strudel mixture: Boil water; add raisins. Remove from heat and let steep until raisins are plump and reconstituted, about 10 minutes. Drain and set aside. In shallow pan over medium heat, add butter. Once butter melts and is bubbling, stir in brown sugar and cinnamon. Cook about 3 minutes until sugar starts to dissolve. Add walnuts, apples and raisins. Cook apples until just tender when pierced with fork, about 4 minutes. Set aside to cool completely. To make batter: In large bowl, mix flours, sugar, cinnamon, baking soda and salt. In separate bowl, beat eggs lightly and mix with buttermilk, oil and vanilla extract. Pour wet ingredients into dry, mixing as little as possible. Add apple strudel mixture and fold all ingredients together. Set aside. Heat nonstick pan or griddle over medium heat. Grease pan lightly with nonstick cooking spray. Once pan is hot, ladle about 1/4 cup batter per pancake taking care not to overcrowd pan. After 2-3 minutes, flip pancakes once. Serve pancakes warm with syrup. A Small Brunch Bite A full brunch menu calls for small bites on the side to complement the multitude of flavors brought on by a variety of brunch dishes. For a clever option that’s quick to make, these Mini Hash Brown Casseroles provide a morsel bursting with flavor to pair with just about any morning meal. Made with refrigerated Simply Potatoes Shredded Hash Browns, which are pre-shredded for a faster fridge to fork kitchen experience, you can make a batch of the tasty cups in less than an hour. Find more brunch recipes at Mini Hash Brown Casseroles Prep time: 10 minutes Total time: 30 minutes Servings: 24 1 package refrigerated Simply Potatoes Shredded Hash Browns 1 pound Bob Evans Farms Original Sausage Roll 4 large eggs 1/2 cup milk 3 tablespoons butter, melted 1 cup ham, cubed 1 cup red pepper, diced 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese WISCONSIN COUNTRY LIFE

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Heat oven to 350 F. Remove hash browns from refrigerator and let rest. In skillet, cook sausage according to package directions. Lightly grease two 12-cup muffin tins. In bowl, whisk eggs and milk. Add hash browns, butter, ham, red pepper, black pepper and cheese; mix. Fill muffin tins 2/3 full. Bake 27-30 minutes. Serve warm. Sipping on Sweet and Spicy Take your brunch the extra mile with a twist on the traditional mid-morning beverage. By adding jalapeno and horseradish to this Watermelon Bloody Mary, you’ll have a spicy, tasty version of a traditional brunch drink. Watermelon Bloody Mary Yield: 4 cocktails 2 cups seedless watermelon, cubed 1 medium jalapeno pepper, stem removed, chopped 2 limes, juice only 6 ounces low-sodium tomato juice 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon fish sauce 1 teaspoon horseradish hot sauce, to taste 1/3 cup vodka lime wedges chili lime salt ice 4 bamboo skewers (6 inches long) watermelon wedges (optional) prosciutto (optional) cucumber slices (optional) jalapeno slices (optional) green olives (optional) In blender, blend watermelon cubes and jalapeno pepper until completely smooth. Pour mixture through fine sieve set over pitcher. Add lime juice, salt, pepper, fish sauce, horseradish and hot sauce, to taste, to pitcher; stir to combine. Taste and adjust seasoning as needed. Add vodka and stir. Line rims of four glasses with lime juice from lime wedges; dip in chili lime salt poured on plate. Carefully put ice in each glass and divide Watermelon Bloody Mary mixture evenly. Add garnishes, as desired, by skewering watermelon wedges, prosciutto, cucumber, jalapeno and green olives. Place garnishes in glasses and serve. n

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Join us for a night of fun and games during our 11th annual Ladies Night Out, downtown Port Washington. Expect a little bit of everything women love–socializing, dining, and shopping. Located downtown Port Washington at Franklin St. and Grand Ave.

Port Washington Farmers’ Market

Every Saturday Beginning June 8 thru October, 8 am to 12:30 pm

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Eclectic Avenue LLC

Your weekly source for fresh produce, plants, foods, sundries, art and entertainment! Make it part of your Saturday morning! Main Street, in the downtown historic district.

44 Vendors under 1 Roof!


Spiritual Geodes Bath & Body Vintage Signs Jewelry Rugs

Antiques ~ Custom Signs ~ Jewelry ~ Home Décor ~ Port Souvenires & T-shirts Fireworks Popcorn ~ WI Honey & Maple Syrup ~ Olive Oils & Balsamic Vinigars Geodes & Rocks ~ Dog & Pet Accessories ~ Sports Memorabilia including Bobble Heads ~ Goats Milk Soaps ~ Room of Used Books ~ Pallet Furniture ~ Port Pictures

226 N. Franklin St. Downtown Port Washington, WI 262-235-4725

Downtown Port Washington under Blue Awning!






Please call or check Facebook for hours and more information.

123 North Franklin Street 262-536-4142

Open Daily; Mon.-Sat. 10 am-5:30 pm & Sun. 10:30 am-4 pm

Like us on Facebook ~ www.facebook/shoppesof portwashington

Port Pirate Family Days
 June 7-9, in and around the scenic harbor of downtown historic Port Washington, this locale provides the perfect, picturesque setting for all the mayhem & merriment of the Port Pirate Family Daze.

Spring Discoveries in

Waterford, Rochester & Burlington JULY 26 & 27 @ 9 am Historic Downtown Burlington, WI & Wehmhoff Square  


Music | Food Vendors Craft Beer | Wine | Spirits Sidewalk Sales | Rubber Duckie Races | Sidewalk Chalk Painting Chocolate City Clue Quest Scavenger | Hunt Ice Cream Social | Car & Truck Show for Young at Heart The Vintage Square (at Maxwell Street Days) is a curated two day market at Wehmoff Square, in Downtown Burlington with a focus on all things vintage, repurposed, upcycled, and handmade.

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Antiques & Collectibles Discover 3 floors of treasures  in historic downtown Burlington, WI

129 East Chestnut Street 262-767-9390

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Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm. Sunday, noon-5 pm.

Interested in Maxwell Street Days Application? or 262-763-6044 Artists & Vendors (Vintage Square) contact Aubrey 262-758-6210 or email For more information: or facebook/burlingtonareachamber

Love, Inc. Home Thrift Store & Donation Center 401 Milwaukee Ave. 262-763-2743

Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm & Saturday, 9 am-2 pm

Feather your nest with furniture, art décor and more!

Rustic Wine Room Locally Handcrafted Seasonal Décor Re-purposed

We haven’t forgotten the guys either…visit our electronics & hardware department too!

Nest overflowing? Donate items to our donation center.

Revenue from our stores help us to provide programs and services to our neighbors in need.

CLOTHING & LINEN SHOP Clothes, Linens & Crafts.

480 S. Pine St. • Burlington, WI 262-763-6226 ext. 121 (only 1 mile South of Downtown)


203 West Main Street

466 S. Pine St. • Burlington, WI 262-767-1289

Historic Village of Rochester, WI

Clothing & Toys.


220 E Main St. • Waterford, WI 262-514-4048

(Hwy D, W. off Hwy 36)

262.706.4319 Tuesday-Friday, 10-5; Saturday, 10-4


32nd Annual Burlington Chocolate Fest. May 24th thru the 27th, Memorial Day Weekend. For more information go to, or call 262-763-6044.

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Vintage camera enthusiasts, portrait studios, photography hobbyist and professionals will love to see this incredible circa 1940s Speed Graflex Camera. It is in mint condition and is offered by dealer SMT, located at Antiques & Uniques, Mall on Main at 250 West Mail Street in Downtown Waukesha. Call 262-278-4131 for more information. Open 7 days a week 10 am-6 pm, and Thursday, Friday, and Saturday open late…til 8!!

At Metropolitan Antiques, an independently owned antique shop in historic downtown Waukesha, WI you will always find the unique, unusual, and many rarely found items. This 1950s Marx Car Carrier is a complete set with friction cars filling the carrier. It is in Excellent condition, not showing extensive wear and tear. Stop in and see this treasure at 259 West Main Street, Waukesha, WI, or call for more information, or to sell your antiques at 262-547-5000 or 262-352-8888. Metropolitan Antiques is Open Wednesday-Friday 10 am-6 pm, Saturday, 10 am-5 pm, and Sundays, noon-4 pm. Also open extended hours during Friday Night Live, and Art Walks.

Razed and Found has another great find to share with YOU! This Mid-Century metal desk is from Simmons Furniture Company, Milwaukee, WI. They have a large selection of 1950s Simmons Furniture Company metal desks in multiple colors including green, blue, red, pink, and brown. These will not last long so, hurry in to get the best selection! Razed & Found (also known as WasteCap Deconstruction & Salvage) is located at 2123 West Michigan Street in Milwaukee, WI. Check out or call 414-961-1100 for more information. They are open on Friday 10 am-5 pm and Saturday 10 am-4 pm. Wednesday & Thursday by appointment only.


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West Bend

Historic Downtown

Come Discover the Joys of Serendipity! 248 North Main Street. West Bend, WI 262-338-8403 Mon.-Fri., 10-5; Wed., 10-7; Sat., 10-4. like us on facebook

Enjoy a relaxing visit while shopping at Savoring Thyme. We’ve hand selected new treasures for your pleasure. Our favorite lines; Amscan & Evergreen Décor • Tea Forte teas • Jellybean rugs • Habersham Wax Bowls • Simply Noelle and Coco & Carmen clothing • Gourmet foods.

New items arriving weekly– stop to see the great finds for spring.

We are welcoming spring with an abundance of happy colors, scents, and textures in store. Stop in and see what all the fuss is about!

fine gifts & home décor

600 S. Main Street. West Bend 262-338-2988

Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5 pm; Wednesday, 10 am-7 pm

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Home • Seasonal • Paints • Classes & Gifts

Home Furnishings Consignment General Finishes Milk Paint Gel Stains • Dixie Belle Mineral Chalk Paint Paint Classes • Nora Fleming Seasonal Serving Pcs. • Mona B. Bags Milkhouse Candles • Summer Snow Prints • Petite Ginger Snaps

132 South 6th Ave., West Bend, WI • 262-335-1100

Now Open: Mon., Wed., & Fri., 10 am-5 pm • Thurs., 10 am-7 pm • Sat., 10 am-3 pm

1720 Barton Ave. West Bend, WI 262-388-6842 Furnish your entire home with style, quality and comfort for the fraction of the cost of new. Come visit our 3 showrooms of beautifully arranged home furnishings and accent pieces. We also carry a line of new upholstery made right here in Wisconsin. You may purchase from the floor or special order in your choice of fabrics. Every time you come in, it’s like going on a treasure hunt! Mon.-Fri., 10 am-5 pm & Sat., 10 am-3 pm Closed Sundays.

337 North Main St. West Bend, WI 262-438-0008 •

Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10 am-5 pm. Wednesday, 10 am-7 pm. Saturday, 10 am-4 pm.

Home of the Moonglow ©

New & Vintage Treasures • Home Decorating Items • Women’s Accessories • Florals & Candles • Seasonal Merchandise

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2019 West Bend Spring Bling…A Diva Thing! Thursday April 11th. Noon to 9 pm. Complimentary trolley from 3 pm to 9 pm. Specials, treats and so much more.

Whether you’re new to hosting or simply looking for ideas to make Easter entertaining easier than ever, there are plenty of ways to save time and stress in the kitchen. Go with what you know. Trying out new recipes is fun, but it can also add stress when they don’t turn out like you expected. Stick to tried and true dishes you can prepare and serve with confidence and save the experimenting for another time. Take shortcuts. At the center of many Easter feasts is a ham that has been expertly cured and cooked to perfection. Even so, starting with a full-cooked ham is a shortcut that no one is likely to notice, especially if you heat it properly. For exceptional quality and a variety of flavor profile options to choose from, turn to America’s Original Butcher, Omaha Steaks. The meats are fully cooked then frozen before being delivered to your door for maximum convenience. Work ahead. Plan your menu to incorporate items you can make ahead of time so you’re under less pressure the day of your dinner. Even handling the prep work like slicing veggies the night before can buy back precious minutes,

Simple Holiday Hams Ideas for an easy Easter menu that way when guests begin arriving, you can step out of the kitchen and enjoy the day right along with them. Find more ideas to make hosting this year’s Easter meal easy at OmahaSteaks. com/buy/meals/easter. How to Heat a Frozen Ham Many frozen hams are fully cooked and can be served as soon as they’re properly thawed, which is an ideal solution for a casual brunch with mini sandwiches on the menu. However, if you’re serving an elegant holiday dinner, you’re more likely to prefer a warm centerpiece dish. A fully cooked ham is still a time-saving option; you’ll just need to allot time to heat it in the oven once it’s thawed. Start by thawing a fully cooked ham in the refrigerator for 24-48 hours. To keep your ham extra moist, always put the cut-side down. You might also consider placing a baking rack in the pan and adding a quarter-inch of water before placing the ham on the rack. For a spiral-cut, bone-in ham, heat the WISCONSIN COUNTRY LIFE

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Romance Savor the

…of a Country Victorian Inn that blends today’s comfort and conveniences with the captivating charm of the past. Elegant guest rooms feature antiques, fireplaces, whirlpool and steambaths. Located in the heart of Cedarburg’s Historic District and close to the Ozaukee Interurban Trail.

Gift Certificates Available W62 N573 Washington Avenue Cedarburg, WI 53012



Flea Market Sunday, April 7th, 2019 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Simple Holiday Hams oven to 325 F. Remove ham from film and foil. Place ham cut-side down on a raised edge baking pan lined with foil. Heat uncovered 60-75 minutes for the entire ham or 10 minutes per pound for smaller portions. For a boneless ham, heat the oven to 350 F. Place the ham, cut-side down, on a raised edge baking pan lined with foil. Cover the ham tightly with foil and heat 3540 minutes. Another option for adding extra juicy flavor is a glaze, which can be as simple as dissolving three parts brown sugar into one part honey in a small saucepan. Or for a more elegant affair, consider a fruit-infused glaze to complement the savory pork. A Host of Hams If you always thought a ham is a ham is a ham, it’s time to think again. From the type of meat to the smoking preparation to specialized slicing that makes serving easy, there are plenty of options to consider from a supplier like Omaha Steaks when choosing the right ham. Savory For an elegant gathering that demands premium ingredients, an all-natural Duroc Boneless Country Ham may be the answer. These hams tend to feature more marbling for an exceptionally rich flavor and texture, making for a tender, savory and juicy main course with no basting or injection needed. Smoky Put a little flair in your Easter meal with a uniquely flavored ham like the Pecanwood Smoked Flank Ham, smoked with real

Knights of Columbus Hall 1800 S. 92nd Street, West Allis Admission: $1.00 **Free Parking** 12 and under free Items To Include: Antiques, Collectables, Glassware, Vintage Linens, Postcards, Jewelry, Furniture, Games, Toys, Silverware, and LOTS more! WE have something for Everyone!!! Bring Your Friends Along. For Information, please call: 414-551-2017



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pecan wood for 8 hours to add a rich yet mellow smoky flavor. This tender, juicy uncured whole-muscle ham earns its place of distinction on your holiday table. Complementary sides with subtle nutty notes, such as a sweet potato casserole, can enhance the menu even more. Sweet Each Spiral-Sliced Ham is slowly smoked with real wood up to 24 hours to infuse flavor and maximize juiciness then generously brushed with a sweet and sticky brown-sugar crust that is torchglazed to create a flavorful, crunchy crust. It’s spiral-sliced before delivery, so once it’s thawed and heated, it’s ready for quick service to your guests. Easy Fruit-Infused Glazes Apricot Glaze 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon cornstarch 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1 cup apricot nectar, canned In saucepan, mix brown sugar, cornstarch and ginger. Stir in apricot nectar. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens and boils. Cranberry Orange Glaze 1 can (16 ounces) cranberry sauce 1 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup orange juice 1/2 teaspoon cloves, ground 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon, ground 1/4 teaspoon allspice In small saucepan over low heat, combine cranberry sauce, brown sugar, orange juice, cloves, cinnamon and allspice; simmer 5 minutes, before serving. n

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Antiques Creating modern country style with antiques and flea market finds.

Asian décor was very popular in the late 1940s & 50s, which is the time period these 2 Beautifully hand painted Screens are from. Because of the material and detailed painting they are best used indoors, out of sunlight. These complimentary screen designs would be the perfect focal point to fill a wall with great color and interest. Fox Lake Country Antiques always features a seasonal room full of great new options available for purchase! Fox Lake Country Antique Mall is located at 201 N. Fowler St., right off Hwy 16 as you are entering Oconomowoc, WI Call 262-560-0890 for more information. Open 10-5, 7 days a week. This Harp Light fixture is part of the City of Milwaukee’s heritage. It originates back to 1903 when thousands of these Milwaukee Harp Fixtures illuminated the city’s streets. This and many other historical, and uncommon antiques can be found inside BBC Lighting, located at 2015 West St. Paul Avenue, Milwaukee, WI. They are open 7 days a week, Monday-Saturday, 9 am-5 pm and Sunday, 11 am-4 pm. Enjoy a free bag of popcorn as you take in this huge lighting and Antiques showroom!

This beautiful hand crafted planter is estimated to be from the 1930s. It is impeccably crafted out of Willow, and still sits very sturdy after all these years! Good finds, and good prices can always be expected at Good Land Antiques, Located just south of Milwaukee, in Bay View. Vintage goods for your home and garden are waiting for you at 3391 South Kinnickinnic Ave., Bay View. Open Wednesday through Saturday. 12 am-5 pm and Sunday, 12 am-4 pm and by appointment. To buy or sell, call Ann  at 414-368-9706 or email


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To have your events included on this page and online, please email info to The entire magazine and an extended listing of events, dates and times can be found on by clicking A Country Affair. Like us on Facebook. PAINT YOUR OWN CUSTOM PET PAINTING SESSION AT ARTÉ WINE & PAINT This is your chance to create a painting of your own beloved Pet! The last Sunday of every month we will be holding this special unique session. Just pre-register at our web site, it will then instruct you where to email a photo of your pet. When you arrive, your presketched drawing of your pet will be waiting for you to paint! Dates: Sundays; March 31, April 28, May 26, June 30 & July 28 Time: TBD by your instructor (session is 2.5 hrs) Place: 1442 Underwood Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI. Details: 414-810-6095 or OCONOMOWOC LADIES NIGHT OUT Grab your girlfriends and enjoy an evening downtown. Merchants host in-store specials and treats. Check out Downtown Oconomowoc Business Association’s Facebook page for the most up-to-date information on what’s planned leading up the event. Date: Thursday, April 4 Time: 5 pm - 9 pm. Location: Downtown Oconomowoc. Details: MOLLIES’S HIGH TEA OR LOW TEA AT THE SCHUSTER MANSION B&B High Tea sip 7 teas offered on a buffet with lunch, history and tour, a 2 hour event. Dates: Every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Time: 1 pm Seating. Low Tea: a plate of pastries and a pot of tea. Dates: Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Time: anytime from 12-3 pm Place: 3209 W. Wells St., Milwaukee. Details: 414-342-3210. Reservations are required. SPRING FLEA MARKET We have something for everyone. Household items, collectables, glassware, furniture, games, toys, antiques, jewelry, etc. Refreshments, Sponsored by Depression Era Glass Society of Wisconsin. Date: Sunday, April 7th Time: 9 am-3 pm. Place: Knights of Columbus Hall, 1800 S. 92nd St., West Allis. Details: 414-551-2017. Free parking. Admission $1.00. Under 12 free. SECOND SUNDAY FLEA MARKET AT PILGRIM ANTIQUES ANNEX BLDG Vendors inside and out (weather permitting). Also enjoy The Pilgrim Antique Mallful after this event! Date: Second Sunday of the month April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14 Time: 8 am-3 pm. Place: Corner of Pilgrim Rd. & Fond du Lac Ave., Germantown. Plenty of Free Parking! Details: 262-431-4020, Charlie.


PORT WASHINGTON LADIES NIGHT OUT Join us for a night of fun and games during our 11th annual Ladies Night Out, downtown Port Washington. Expect a little bit of everything women love– solalizing, dining, and shopping. Date: Tuesday, April 9 Time:4-8 pm. Place: Downtown Port Washington, Franklin St. & Grand Ave. Details: SPRING BLING 2018…A DIVA THING `Cause you love to shop, `Cause you love to mingle, & `Cause you love to support a great cause, Life of Hope. Ride the complimentary trolley 3 pm to 9 pm to participating shops (use the parking lot at Immanuel Church, 501 Walnut Street) and enjoy specials, food and more. Take a break at one of our participating restaurants. Register at the Welcome Center inside Consider The Lillies. 136 S. Main St., West Bend for our awesome door prizes to benefit our cause, Life of Hope. Date: Tursday, April 11 Time: noon to 9 pm. Place: Downtown West Bend. Details: PICTURES WITH EASTER BUNNY AT SHOP TO CARRIE ON Pictures with the Easter Bunny. Free event. Date: Saturday, April 13 Time: noon-3 pm. Place: 11045 W. National Ave. Details: GREENDALE LION’S CLUB EASTER EGG HUNT AND PANCAKE BREAKFAST Breakfast is 8 am-1 pm. At 1 pm the egg hunt begins for ages 0-8 years old. Date: Saturday, April 13 Time: 8 am-2 pm Place: Greendale High School Details: TINSEL HAIR BRAIDING AT SHOP TO CARRIE ON Fairy Tinsel Hair braiding. Strands of tinsel last for month. Only $3 per strand, as many colors and quanities as you would like. 5-6 strands only take minutes! Great for young & old…THINK PROM! Date: Sunday, April 14 Time: noon-3 pm. Place: 11045 W. National Ave. Details: 2019 MILWAUKEE MAKERS MARKETS Over 40 art, craft & design vendors who all make what they sell will be exhibiting at one or more of the rotating monthly maker Market locations. Dates: Sunday, April 14 (1st one of Season during 414 day at Discovery World) check additional monthy dates, and locations on web site..thru Dec 15 Time: 10 am-4 pm. Place: Depends on market. Details: www.milwaukeemakersmarket. com for location & market times. WINE & ART TREE OF LIFE NECKLACE MAKING AT SCHAUER ARTS CENTER Mingle with friends, get inspired, and

experience art in a fun, no pressure environment with the guidance from our professional instructor to make a “Tree of Life” necklace. No experience necessary, and all supplies are included. Date: Thursday, April 25 Time: 5:30-8:30 pm. Place: Schauer Art Center, 147 N. Rural Street, Hartford, WI. Details:$35 Class includes Supplies & 1 drink. Register: 262-670-0560 X3 1ST BIRTHDAY PARTY AT THIRD POINT OF VIEW Enjoy Birthday Cake, Refreshments, Door prizes, Samples, Live Music & Specials throughout our 2 level store! Dates: Sat., April 27 & Sun., April 28 Time: 10 am-6 pm both days Details:on facebook or 414-509-7599 WEAR HATS AT SPRING ZING WEEKEND AT ANTIQUES & UNIQUES ANTIQUE MALL Come for a fun party like atmosphere during Spring Zing at our Mall this weekend! Wear an elaborate hat or something fun & simple to entitle you to a special gift in the mall. There will be specials throughout the Mall along with snacks & refreshments. Dates & Times: Friday, May 3, (10 am-8 pm) Saturday, May 4, (10 am-8 pm) Sunday, May 5, (10 am-6 pm) Place: 250 West Main Street, Downtown Waukesha (plenty of Parking on Main Street & Riverfront entrances) Details: antiquesuniquesmall Or call 262-278-4131. OFFICIAL GRAND OPENING AT SHiNDiGS IN HARTFORD Your Gift and Vintage Store Specials throughout the Store, Door Prizes, Enter to WIN prize Baskets Come Join the FUN!! Dates & Times: Friday May 3, (10 am-7 pm) Saturday May 4, (10 am-5 pm) Place: 64 North Main, Hartford, WI Details: 262-457-2770 & Follow us on instagram: SHiNDiGS64 OCONOMOWOC SPRING GALLERY NIGHT Downtown Oconomowoc celebrates the onset of spring with art and more downtown. You will find artists in stores and around downtown. Local artists annually decorate something fun for a silent auction where you are the bidder! Past items included bird houses and watering cans. Think spring! Date: Friday, May 3 Time: 5-9 pm. Place: Downtown Oconomowoc. Details: www.oconomowoc-wi-gov NEW BERLIN FARMERS’ MARKET New Berlin City Center this May. Visitors to the market will enjoy a variety of shops and restaurants easily within walking distance of the market. Date: Saturdays, May thru October


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Time: 8 am-noon. Place: Located near the corner of National Ave. and Michelle Witmer Dr. Details: farmers-market WAUKESHA ART CRAWL Don’t miss this seasonal event, walk the downtown streets to discover your next artistic treasure, shop the boutiques, and listen to live music, take a trolley or indulge in food and drink. You never know what you’ll find when you do the crawl. Date: Saturday, May 4 Place: Downtown Waukesha. Details: WAUKESHA FARMERS’ MARKET Check out the best farmer’s market around. You will find artisan breads, bakery, preserves, fresh picked fruits and vegetables, plants, fresh cut flowers, local honey, cheeses, beautiful yarns, jewelry, and much more. Featuring more than 150 vendors. Date: Saturdays, May 4
through October 26 Place: Located on the north side of the Fox River, 125 W. St. Paul Ave. Time: 8 am to 1 pm. Details: THE WEST ALLIS FARMERS’ MARKET 100th ANNIVERSARY At this market, all farmers raise what they sell, early in the season find bedding plants, flowers galore, radishes, asparagus, rhubarb, something for a delicious lunch and more. Date: May 4 through November 23 Time: Tues. & Thurs., 12 noon to 6 pm; Saturdays, 1 pm to 6 pm. Place: 6800 W. National Ave., West Allis Details: MOMS DAY WEEKEND SALE EVENTS AT SHOP TO CARRIE ON Dates: Saturday, May 11, 10 am-4 pm & Sunday, May 12, 11 am-4 pm Saturday, May 11; 20 % OFF GINGERSNAPS & their accessories Sunday, May 12; 20% off full price boutique clothing for MOM. Place: 11045 W. National Ave. Details: HARTFORD OLD-FASHIONED BLOCK PARTY & CLASSIC CAR SHOW Join us for food, live music, games, shopping and of course, cars! Date: Saturday, May 18 Time:10 am-4 pm. Place: Downtown Hartford, WI. Details: or 262-673-7193. HARTFORD FARMERS’ MARKET Buy fresh, buy local! Enjoy fresh fruit, produce and handmade items for sale. Date: Saturdays, beginning May 18 through October 26 Time: 8 am to noon. Place: Held in the Hartford Recreation Center parking lot, 125 North Rural Street. Details: or 262-673-7193.

OCONOMOWOC FARMERS’ MARKET 50 + vendors and artisans, pet free venue, service animals welcome. Date: Saturdays, May thru October Time: 8 am-noon. Place: First Bank Financial Centre parking lot. THE MARKET PLACE AT WEST ALLIS FARMERS’ MARKET The site of the West Allis Farmer’s Market comes alive with vendors selling everything from antiques to tools, record albums to hats. You may even find the treasure that you have been looking for. Date: Sundays, May through October Time: 8 am to 5 pm. Place: 6800 W. National Ave., West Allis. Details: DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON FARMERS MARKET In the Heart of Downtown Burlington, find farmers with freshly picked ripe foods of the season! They also have great recommendations for the best ways to prepare their produce Date: Thursdays, May thru October Time: 3-7 pm Place: Downtown Burlington, Wehmoff Square at 355 N. Pine Street. Details: 262-763-6044 or SAVORING THYME GARDEN GATHERING Specials inside & outside the shop, garden art & treasures, gourmet treats, A Make it & Take it project and, we feature great gifts for Mothers Day! Dates & Times: Friday, May 10 (10am-5pm) Saturday, May 11 (10am-4pm) Details: 262-338-8403 or GREENDALE PET PALOOZA A family and pet-friendly event! Date: Thursday, May 11 Time: 10 am-4 pm Place: Downtown Greendale Details: HAWTHORNE HILL FARM SPRING VINTAGE MARKET Hawthorne Hill Farm comes alive with their 3 floor barn, shed, farmhouse and grounds featuring over 50 local artisans and dealers.They always have beverages, and great food available. Bus Groups are welcome! Plenty of FREE parking available across the street.and FREE Admission. Dates; Friday, Saturday & Sunday May 17, 18, & 19 Times: Fri. & Sat., 10 am-5 pm & Sun., 10 am-4 pm or 414-688-5854 SPARROW COLLECTIVE 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE This is one of our biggest events of the Year! Come enjoy extended hours, door prizes, refreshments, a huge selection of handmades and unique, fun clothing! Date: Saturday, May 18 Time: Extended Hours! Place: 2224 S. Kinnickinnic Ave, Milwaukee, WI (Bay View) Details: 414-747-9229 & facebook

MARGO’S VILLAGE BOUTIQUE SPRING FASHION SHOW & LUNCHEON AT JOEY GERARD’S What has become a spring fashion and ladies luncheon gathering tradition in the Village of Greendale, continues the Saturday after Mothers Day. Call and Reserve your spot today! Date: Saturday, May 18 Time: Arrive at 11 am. Place: Joey Gerard’s Supper Club; 5601 Broad Street, Village of Greendale. Details: $35 Tickets must be purchased in advance at Margo’s Village Boutique, 5620 Broad Street, Greendale, WI. Call 414-858-1200 for more information. WEST BEND FARMERS’ MARKET Featuring more than 70 vendors, it’s one of the largest markets in Wisconsin. We have a wide variety of vendors featuring produce, fruits, meats, eggs, maple syrup, bakery items, spices, soaps, herbal products, prepared foods, weekly entertainment and more. Date: May 18 through October 26 Place: Downtown West Bend. Time: 7:30 am to 11 am. Details: ELKHORN ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET Wisconsin’s premier antique flea market. Five dollar admission gets you over 500 quality dealers inside and out, great food, free parking and paved walkways. Sorry, no pets. Date: May 19 & June 30, rain or shine. Time: Gates open at 7 am. Place: Walworth County Fairgrounds, nine miles northwest of Lake Geneva on Hwy. 11, Elkhorn, WI. Details: Elkhorn Antique Flea Market $5 admission. WINE & ART EMBROIDERY HOOP WREATH AT SCHAUER ARTS CENTER Mingle with friends, get inspired, and experience art in a fun, no pressure environment with the guidance from our professional instructor to make unique wall decor using embroidery hoops. No experience necessary, and all supplies are included. Date: Thursday, May 23 Time: 5:30-8:30 pm. Place: 147 N .Rural Street, Hartford, WI. Details:$35 Class includes Supplies & 1 drink. Register: 262-670-0560 X3 31th ANNUAL BURLINGTON CHOCOLATEFEST Date: May 24 thru 27 Memorial Day Weekend Place: Burlington, WI. Details:
 262-763-6044 or SEASON BEACH HOUSE OPENING OF FERCH’S MALT SHOPPE & GRILLE It seems like a long wait for this to happen, but the time is here! Ferch’s Grant Park location is open & ready to serve you their famous custard, Burgers, Beer & more! Enjoy Live Music, Movies, Beach rentals & more! Date: Opening for Season May 25

Time: Go to Place: Grant Park, 1001 Oak Creek Parkway, South Milwaukee, WI. Details: 414-215-7950 or PORT WASHINGTON’S 12TH ANNUAL COMMUNITY STREET FESTIVAL Come on out and play with us in downtown Port! Join us as we close Franklin St. and Pier St. and throw a party–welcoming in summer! Port Washington’s downtown moves their business out onto the street, with special offers and promotions. Outdoor food and beverage stands provided by restaurants and taverns, and entertainment for all - with music, dance, children’s activities, and more. Date: Sunday, May 26 Time: 12 pm-5 pm. Place: Downtown Port Washington. Details: 262-268-1132 CEDARBURG MAXWELL STREET DAYS Over 700 vendors with a varied selection of antiques, collectibles, crafts, fine arts, pottery fresh produce, seasonal items, sports memorabilia, architectural/industrial items, flea market items and more, includes a Kids’ area. Dates: Sundays: May 26, July 14, September 1, and October 6 Time: 6 am to 2 pm. Place: Cedarburg Firemen’s Park, Washington Avenue, Cedarburg Details: 262-377-8412, BAY VIEW GALLERY NIGHT (BVGN) MILWAUKEE`S LARGEST! 50 businesses, & 100’s of Artists. This night is a Springtime Celebration of local Milwaukee art, Music, great food, and local business all on one amazing evening! Date: Friday, May 31 Time: 5-10 pm. Place & Details: FULL listing & Mobile Map:BVGN.ORG MAKERS MARKET AT COLECTIVO DURING BAY VIEW GALLERY NIGHT You will find over 40 art, craft, & design vendors displaying and selling their work. Date: Friday, May 31 Time: 5-10 pm. Place: Colectivo Bay View parking lot 2301 S. Kinnickinnic Ave, Milwaukee/ Bay View. Details: 7th ANNIVERSARY SALE AT WAUKESHA ANTIQUE MALL We are Celebrating Our 7 year anniversary at our Racine Avenue location! This is only one of only the two sales we have a Year! Most Booths/ Dealers throughout our 100+ dealer, one level, Mall will be offering 20% off for one day only! Enjoy refreshments, and a festive atmosphere at this traditional Sunday Anniversary Sale Event! Date: Sunday, June 2 Time: 10 am-5 pm. Place: 1427 East Racine Avenue, Waukesha, WI (only 6 miles from I-43 on Racine Ave, heading into Waukesha), 262-524-0600, & Facebook.


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TOSA FARMERS’ MARKET Come enjoy all the quality fine seasonal offerings available weekly, including live plants, fresh fruits and vegetables, preserves, pickles, honey, organic meats and eggs, cheese producer, fresh fish vender, fresh cut flowers, coffee roaster, locally grown and produced foods and bakery. Breakfast and lunch offerings. Date: June 2 through October 13 Time: 8 am to 12 pm. Place: 7720 Harwood Ave. (in the Village parking Lot, across from the Little Red Store). Details: WEST BEND MUSIC ON MAIN Enjoy great live music free each Thursday evening (weather permitting). Food from downtown restaurants and beverages available. Bring your lawn chair. Date: Thursdays, June 6-Sept 5 Time: 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Place: Old Settler’s Park, Main St. and 6th Ave., West Bend, WI. Details: PIRATE FAMILY DAYS IN PORT WASHINGTON At this event you will find Thieves Marketplace, a Gruel Gallery, A Buccaneer Bash, childrens activities, demonstrations, educational exhibits, musisians, comedians, A Pirate ship and More! Dates & Times: Friday, June 7 (5-11 pm) Saturday, June 8 (10 am-11 pm) Sunday, June 9 (10 am-6 pm) or 262-323-6612 GREENDALE OUTDOOR MOVIE NIGHT IN GAZEBO PARK Movie begins at dusk. Bring your own lawn chairs/blankets, etc. Sponsored by Park and Recreation Department and Gift of Wings. Date: Saturday, June 15 Time: Dusk. Place: Gazebo Park, Greendale. Details: GREENDALE DOWNTOWN MARKET Every Saturday Morning Date: June 22-October 5th Place: Downtown Greendale Details: 414-423-2790. GREENDALE GAZEBO CONCERTS PRESENTED BY THE GEA Saturday evenings. Date: June 22-August 24 Time: 7 pm. Place: Gazebo Park, Greendale. Details: ART OF MIXOLOGY SUMMER SIPS AT SCHAUER ARTS CENTER Explore the art of mixing drinks surrounded by a backdrop of beautiful art! Drinks include:Brandy Alexander, Mojito, Cosmopolitan, Summer Mule Date: Thursday, July 25 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Place: 147 N. Rural Street, Hartford, WI. Details: $40 Class includes supplies, drinks and snacks. Register: 262-670-0560 X3 n


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