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WHat: A multi-faceted summer festival with a variety of musical acts, vendors and activities for all ages including: The Livewell, which offers the B104.7 Millennial Stage’s Glo Party with DJ Galaxy, Battle of the Bands, a DJ Spin Off and B104.7 performing live remote, the Eden Stone Climb, Henna artists, a photo

booth, radar throw, inflatable jousting and Xbox beach; three-point shooting, 3-on-3 basketball, holein-one shootout, s o f t b a l l , volleyball and strongman tournaments, The Reporter Walleye Run/ Walk and a Bicycle Poker Ride; A Familyland area

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offering balloon magic, a bungee run, face painting, tats for tots, a g i a n t slide, stilt walkers, princesses, sword in the stone, and tire football toss, the Quarry Q u e s t treasure hunt, Michels Wild World of Animals show, a presentation by the public library’s summer reading program and the Grande Familyland Stage, which will host performance by Tooth Fairy, Gypsy Geoff, The Magic of Jim Mitchell and Shrek the Musical; Attractions including a family fishing tournament, boat demos, a wine bar, the Verve Grand Giveback, the UW Marching Band, the West Bend Dance Tumbling Troupe, the Sunny 97.7 Prize Wheel, a food drive, a Sunday Mass, bingo, the Chevy Packers Fan Cake, Helicopter rides, the annual Walleye fishing tournament, karaoke, the

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WHat: Annual family fun event to celebrate pride in the community of North Fond du Lac. Raffle, food, games, and music. Daily attractions include children’s crafts and games, face painting, a giant slip and slide, a bounce house and a model train display. Performance by Oil Can Harry, walk/run, parade, softball, kickball and many activities for the entire family.

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7:15 p.m. Wednesday nights at Buttermilk Creek Park, 700 S. Park Ave.

JulY 15: There will be no concert.

June 17: Symphonic Band Concert, featuring light classics, popular music, vocal selections, featured soloists and marches.

JulY 22: Symphonic Band “Family Night” starts at 6 p.m.

June 24: Dorf Kapelle, featuring music from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Switzerland.

auG. 5: Lighthouse Big Band.

JulY 1: Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, featuring light classics, pops and patriotic selections. JulY 8: Big Band Luisenschule. This band is under the direction of Regina Coupette, and includes 35 youth from Mulheim, in the Rhine-Ruhr region of Western Germany.

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7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday nights at Buttermilk Creek Park, 700 S. Park Ave. June 15: Kenny Brandt Band, featuring a variety of polka. June 22: The Downtowners, featuring “big band” sounds, polkas, 50s and 60s. June 29: Copper Box Trio, featuring Americana music.

JulY 29: Symphonic Band “Musical Stage.” auG. 12: Symphonic Band. auG. 19: Kids From Wisconsin. This band includes 33 of Wisconsin’s finest young entertainers. Concert starts at 6 p.m. auG. 26: Symphonic Band “Night in Old Vienna” starts at 6 p.m.

June 19: Mathew Haeffel, 6 to 10 p.m. June 20: Eric Diamond, 5 to 9 p.m. June 21: T.J. and Lynn Duo, 4 to 8 p.m. June 26: TBA, 4 to 8 p.m. June 27: Rings, 5 to 9 p.m. June 28: 2/5’s Party Band, 4 to 8 p.m. JulY 5: Sly Joe & the Smooth Operators, 5 to 9 p.m. JulY 10: Tedd Young, 6 to 10 p.m. JulY 11: Apple Jam Band, 5 to 8 p.m. JulY 12: T.J. and Lynn Duo, 4 to 8 p.m. JulY 17: Eric Diamond, 6 to 10 p.m. JulY 18: Mathew Haeffel, 5 to 9 p.m. JulY 24: Matt Wahl, 6 to 10 p.m. JulY 25: Matt Wahl, 5 to 9 p.m. JulY 31: Kylar Kuzio, 6 to 10 p.m. auG. 1: Sara Zacek 5 to 9 p.m. auG. 7: Tedd Young, 6 to 10 p.m. auG. 8: Apple Jam Band, 5 to 8 p.m. auG. 14: Sly Joe & the Smooth Operators, 6 to 10 p.m. auG. 15: T.J. and Lynn Duo, 5 to 9 p.m. auG. 21: Matthew Haeffel, 6 to 10 p.m. auG. 22: Emily Forst, 5 to 9 p.m. auG. 28: Tedd Young, 6 to 10 p.m. auG. 29: Kylar Kuzio, 5 to 9 p.m.

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MIKE WOMACK: Roadcut Exhibit, Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, April 16 to Sunday, June 21. Mike Womack will be showing minimalist architectural forms cast from Cheetos, a vending machine

auG. 10: Whiskey River Band, featuring old and new country. auG. 17: The Groeschl Band, featuring big band, standards, country, German polkas and waltzes.

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ART GALLERY: 45 North Squared, Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, June 25 to Saturday, Sept. 5. Free reception 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 25 with Victor DeLorenzo’ s (formerly Violent Femmes) Nineteen Thirteen. In 2014, THELMA hosted the critically acclaimed 45 North; THELMA Summer Invitational exhibit. This year, all 18 artists are back for another group show but this time they bring one of their favorite artists in 45 North Squared. A cellist and percussionist (Victor DeLorenzo, founding

auG. 3: Ron Harvey, featuring big band music.

JulY 13: J. Harrison B. Band, featuring rock n’ roll and country music.

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SCOTT ZIEHER: Local Poet, Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, April 16 to Sunday, June 21. Born in Waukesha, Scott Zieher has written and published poetry since the early 1980s. Since then he has also kept sketchbooks and made drawings in abundance. Favoring speedy, gestural images often including figures, abstraction, text and the random, atmospheric touches inherent in working quickly and on the move. Zieher creates a constant sketchbook or work tablet containing subjects and referents to family life as much as his day job as a contemporary art gallery owner in Manhattan’s Chelsea district.

JulY 27: Evergreen by Request, featuring music from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, standards and county.

JulY 6: Page Four, featuring pops and standards from across the years.

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member of the Violent Femmes) push through the boundaries of time and tradition in the chamber rock band Nineteen Thirteen. Their music lies at the intersection of old and new technology, the cello multiplies to infinite layers with the steady and complex percussion. CONCERT: GGOOLLDD WITH DREAM ATTICS, 8 p.m. Thursday, June 18 in the Great Hall. 2015 Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) winner for Best New Artist and Best Song comes to THELMA. one of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Wisconsin Bands to Watch. “...a feelgood synth pop group responsible for some of the best dance parties in town.” Opening act Dream Attics includes Fond du Lac native Shane English. Tickets at thelmaarts.org. CONCERT: THE SMITHEREENS, 2 p.m. Sunday, July 12, in the street in front of THELMA. Free concert. The band’s name comes from a Yosemite Sam catchphrase, “Varmint, I’m a-gonna blow you to smithereens!” For anybody with a deep appreciation of New Jersey’s rock ’n’ roll history, and for anybody who cherishes the American underground rock scene that emerged in the 1980s, this is a show you cannot miss!

CONCERT: WIFEE AND THE HUZZ BAND, 8 p.m. Friday, July 24, in the Great Hall. Best described as the “new vintage,” WiFEE and the HUZz BAND is sure to rock your socks off! Vocalists Ruby James and Stephen Cooper front this ten piece powerhouse! Tickets at thelmaarts.org

CONCERT: ERIC LEWIS AND RORY HOFFMAN, 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, in the Great Hall. Is this bluegrass? Folk? Unplugged Rock? Americana? No, and yes – well it is fantastic acoustic music in a variety of styles with a variety of instruments. Tickets at thelmaarts. org CONCERT: THE WHISKEYBELLES, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21, on the plaza. Free concert.

21 to Aug. 30. THE ART OF DAITHI, June 19 through July 10; reception to be held 5 to 8 p.m. June 19. Daithi was born in the United States. He has studied at The University of Wisconsin, The Art Students League of New York City and in Lucca, Italy through The Pratt Institute of Art where his studio was located in the Cathedral Santa Maria Bianca. He has exhibited in museums, galleries, universities and city centers across North America, Ireland, Italy and Argentina. Daithi has taught art in many surroundings; such as The McColl Center for the Visual Arts in Charlotte, NC, the Save the World Project in Kathmandu, Nepal, Nimbus Arts in Napa Valley, California and most recently as Artist in Residence at The Goodman Community Center in Madison Wisconsin. WORK BY MEL KOLSTAD, July 17 to Aug. 2; reception to be held 5 to 8 p.m. July 17. Local artist Mel Kolstad will be showcasing her works in collage, printmaking, encaustic and embroidery from her 2014-2015 collection. A CREATIVE JOURNEY, Aug. 7 to Sept. 3; reception to be held 5 to 8 p.m. Aug. 7. Martin Golias is a gifted self-taught artist who uses painting to deal with the chronic pain he experiences from long term physical illness. At times when he can’t sleep at night, he will get up and use his art to help himself cope. His work expresses the vitality and freedom of his creative spirit which is greater than the limitations of his body.

Three Chords and the truth! Roots country music, born of gin halls and juke joints Hank Williams passion, Carter family harmonies, with a little Hee Haw mixed in for good measure. FONDUE FEST FINALE CONCERT: The Mantz Brothers, 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, in the street in front of THELMA. Free concert. Brothers, Jordan and Holdan Mantz, started singing together at a very young age. After graduating from high school they formed a band, and immediately knew their destiny. PERFORMANCE: On Stage @ THELMA: Robin Hood. THELMA’s first Arts Day Camp. A musicfilled, theatrical adventure for fourth through eighth grade students. Under the artistic direction of David Hein (Fond du Lac’s Children Chorale and Marian University professor) and Illustrator Amy Jarvis (Fond du Lac Visual Artists), the students will audition, rehearse, build sets, and perform Robin Hood in one week. Deadline to sign up is July 13. The camp runs daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Aug. 3 to 7. The performance will be Friday, Aug. 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the Great Hall. The fee is $100 and includes a T-shirt and snacks ($80 for Friends of THELMA). Sign up at thelmaarts.org and click Tickets.

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WHat: Local farmers, artisans and gardeners sell their produce. This event offers fresh food, live music and faceto-face conversation with producers. WHen: Saturdays, 8 a.m. to noon, Wednesdays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. WHere: Main Street, between Sheboygan and Western on Saturdays, on the corner of Sheboygan and Main Streets on Wednesdays.

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WHat: A free family festival celebrating the community, presented by the Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership. This event features live music on two stages, a kid’s zone and a variety of vendors, as well as cheese and chocolate fondue prepared by the Moraine Park Technical College’s Culinary Arts program.

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Meet the Producer Dinner – 5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 11, at LaClare Farms, W2994 County Trunk HH, Malone (Pipe). Event includes cheese reception and complimentary first beverage, tours of the goat dairy farm and dinner. $40 per person or $75 per couple. For information, visit laclarefarms.com. Yoga in the Vineyard – 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays at Vines and Rushes Winery, 410 County Trunk E, Ripon. Vines and Rushes has partnered with Marigold Yoga to offer yoga classes every Wednesday June 3 through Sept. 30. Suggested donation of $5 to $10. Bring your own yoga mat, towel or blanket. For information, visit vinesandrushes.com The Art Market of WGFAU – 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays June 3 to Aug. 26 at the Horicon Farmer’s Market, Kiwanis Park, 760 S. Hubbard St., Horicon. For more information visit wgfau.org. Wine and Canvas Paint Night – 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 18, at Northwinds Dining & Banquets, 321 Fond du Lac Ave., Eden. Instructors will guide participants step-by-step through creating a piece of art. Materials included. $35 per person. For information, visit northwindseden. com. Farm Flavors Dinner – 5 p.m. Thursday, June 18, at Meuer Farm, N2564 Highway 151, Chilton. A showcase of fresh produce from their farm cooked in a three to five course dinner. $60 per person. For information, visit meuerfarm.com. Family Night – 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 19 at the Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac, 75 W. Scott St. A variety of activities offered, including board games and pajama parties. Little Caesar’s Pizza available for purchase. Included with general

admission of $6 per person. For information visit cmfdl.org. Meet the Cheesemaker – noon to 4 p.m. June 19-20 at LaClare Farms, W2994 County Trunk HH, Malone (Pipe). Featuring locally-made cheeses. For information, visit laclarefarms.com. Winged Wonders – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, June 19 at Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center, N7725 Highway 28, Horicon. Learn about native pollinators. From crafts to honey tasting there will be something for everyone. Fine Arts at Jersey Street – noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at 800 N. Cedar St., Horicon. Art show during Jersey Street Music Festival with members from Wild Goose Fine Arts United and Fond du Lac Artists’ Association. Music, art, food and fun. For information, visit jerseystreetmusicfestival.com. Archery Camp – 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 20, at Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center, N7725 Highway 28, Horicon. This one-day event follows the NASP curriculum and is for children in grades 4 to 8. Pre-registration is required for this free event. For information, visit horiconmarsh. org. Robert Wellnitz Memorial Air Show – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at Fond du Lac Aeromodelers Association, N4841 Hickory Road. Admission is charged per car. Aircraft and helicopters. Come see all kinds of radio controlled airplanes, jets and helicopters. Food and refreshments available. “Play It Forward� Christian Music Concert – 7 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at 475 E. Merrill Ave., Fond du Lac. Faith Lutheran Church Worship Ensemble will perform a free concert to benefit the Winnebago Lutheran Academy music department.

 

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Summer Dog Agility Trial – 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 11 to Sunday, July 12 at N5480 Deneveu Lane, Fond du Lac. Come and cheer on your favorite breed through dog agility events. Food and refreshments available. For information visit fdlckc.org. Breakfast at the Inn – 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, July 11, at The Wade House, W7965 Highway 23, Greenbush. Help prepare an 1860s breakfast in the Wade House kitchens. Reservations required, call (920) 526-3271. $35 per person. Farm Flavors Dinner – 5 p.m. Thursday, July 16, at Meuer Farm, N2564 Highway 151, Chilton. A showcase of fresh produce from their farm cooked in a three to five course dinner. $60 per person. For information, visit meuerfarm.com. Historic Base Ball – 1:30 p.m. Sunday, July 19, at The Wade House Historic Site, W7965 Highway 23, Greenbush. Admission charged. Join the Wade House Red Jackets historic baseball team in a rousing pick-up game. Outdoor Skills Day – 1 to 4 p.m., Saturday, July 25, at Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center, N7725 Highway 28, Horicon. For information, visit horiconmarsh.org. Cheese Pairing – 3 p.m. Saturday, July 25, at

LaClare Farms, W2994 CT HH, Pipe (Malone). Admission charged. Includes three different types of cheese paired with three different types of wine or beer. Reservations recommended. 1860s Ginger Beer Making – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 25 and Sunday July 26, at The Wade House Historic Site, W7965 Highway 23, Greenbush. Admission charged. Experience the production of ginger beer in the Wade House kitchens. Wisconsin Square & Round Dance Convention – Friday, Aug. 7 to Sunday, Aug. 9, 225 McKinley St., North Fond du Lac. This convention provides an opportunity for square, round and traditional and contra dancers to enjoy their favorite pastime dancing to a variety of callers and leaders from Wisconsin and other states. Alto Fair – 7 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12 through Thursday, Aug. 13 at W12785 Count Trunk AS, Waupun. A 4-H based free fair with breakfast each morning followed by 4-H judging, tractor pulls, kids events, carnival, music, vendor booths, horse pull, parade, food and more family fun. For information, visit altofair.com. Meet the Producer Dinner – 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at LaClare Farms, W2994 County Trunk HH, Malone (Pipe). Event includes cheese reception and complimentary first beverage,

tours of the goat dairy farm and dinner. $40 per person or $75 per couple. For information, visit laclarefarms.com. Live Music: Rock River Band – 8 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, Aug. 15, at Big Al Capone’s N10302 State Highway 151, Pipe (Malone). For more information visit facebook.com/bigalcapones Warbirds and Classics over the Midwest – 9 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13 to Sunday, Aug. 16, N4841 Hickory Road, Fond du Lac. Fond du Lac’s “miniature EAA.” Bring the family and see jets flying at 200 MPH, giant scale models with wingspans over 15 feet, win your own R/C airplane or other prizes in the raffle. $8 per carload covers all four days. For information, visit midwestwarbirds.com. Galloway House & Village Ice Cream Social – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16 at 336 Old Pioneer Road, Fond du Lac. Concessions, ice cream, pies, cakes, vendors, encounters with volunteers and guests in old-fashioned clothing. Demonstrators will share stories about life in the early 1900s. Race the Lake – 5:45 a.m. start time, Sunday, Aug. 16, at Lakeside Park, 555 N. Park Ave. A 90 mile bike race around Lake Winnebago for all ages and all abilities. $10,000 in prizes to first place overall male and female winners. Age group awards to the top 3 male and female winners in increments of 5 year age groups. All cyclists

receive a dri-wick shirt, water bottle, finishers’ medal, computer chip timing and spaghetti dinner after the event. Taste of Fond du Lac – noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 23 at Lakeside Park. Try area restaurant appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Live music entertainment and silent auction. Taste of Fond du Lac allows restaurants in the Fond du Lac County area to showcase their signature food or perhaps introduce a new appetizer, entree, or dessert. Fond du Lac Chapter Fishing Has No Boundaries – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29 through Sunday, Aug. 30 at Lakeside Park. The Fond du Lac Chapter of Fishing Has No Boundaries will host their annual fishing “tournament” for those with physical and cognitive challenges. The entry fee includes two days of fishing, meals, bait, equipment and goodie bags. For all ages. For more information, please find us on Facebook. Wade House Annual Arts & Craft Fair – Sunday, Aug. 30, at The Wade House Historic Site, W7965 Highway 23, Greenbush. More than 100 of the regions’ best artists and craftsmen will exhibit at this lively family event on the tree-lined grounds of the Wade House Historic Site. Stagecoach rides available.

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Road Trip Ribeye Sandwich 6 oz. RIBEYE grilled on toasted bread Named after the Road Trip Band........................................................................................................ 7.25 RB Spicy Chicken Sandwich Cajun seasoned chicken breast served with our homemade seasoned mayo. Named after the Running Blind Band ................................ 5.50 UWB Burger 1/2 lb. char-broiled burger covered in our homemade Jack Daniel sauce. Named after the Whiskey Breath Band.......................................................................... 6.00 Rictus Sandwich 6 oz. blackened TENDERLOIN steak sandwich. Named after the Rictus Grin Band............................................................................................................ 7.00 Blizzard Club Sandwich Ham, turkey, bacon topped with lettuce and tomato on toasted bread. Named after the Blizzard of Ozz Band ..................................................... 5.75 Mozart Fish Sandwich Lightly battered Cod garnished with lettuce, tomato, pickle and tartar sauce. Named after the Mozart’s Cadillac Band ............................................ 6.25 Sinister Sandwich 6 oz. TENDERLOIN so tender it melts in your mouth, seasoned to

Chicken Alfredo Wrap Strips of grilled chicken, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, cheddar cheese With homemade alfredo sauce .......................................................... 5.75

Club Wrap Ham, turkey, bacon lettuce, tomatoes with cheese and mayo............ 5.50 Chicken Bacon Ranch Wrap Strips of grilled chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cheeses And homemade ranch dressing........................................ 6.00

Buffalo Winger Wrap Strips of grilled chicken and cheddar cheese topped of with hot sauce. Inspired/or Kip Winger....................................................... 6.00

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APPETIZERS

Freedom Fries Crinkle cut fries .............................................................2.25 Broccoli Bites (8) Breaded broccoli filled with cheese and deep fried ............4.25 Mini Tacos (12) Seasoned chicken in a mini tortilla shell ..............................4.25 Mozzarella Sticks (6) Mozzarella cheese sticks coated in an Italian seasoned breading...............................................................................4.25 Onion Rings Sweet Spanish onion slices covered with a gourmet bread crumbs .............................................................................................................3.00 Poppers (6) Jalapeno pepper halves filled with cream cheese and covered with a light breading.....................................................................................................4.25 Breaded Mushrooms Premium whole button mushrooms lightly coated with a rich tasting breading .............................................................................3.50 Chili Cheese Fries Freedom Fries smothered with homemade chili and nacho cheese ..................................................................................4.00 Mini Corn Dogs (12) Mini corn dogs deep fried ........................................ 3.25 Chicken Wings ....................................... (6) 5.95 (12) 8.95 (18) 10.95 Battered Green Beans Battered deep fried green beans ........................ 3.75 Deep Fried Ravioli (10) Seasoned ravioli deep fried ................................4.50 Cheese Nuggets Cheese curds with a light seasoned batter.......................4.00 Chicken Tenders Tender breast meat coated and deep fried .....................6.00 Breaded Cauliflower Cauliflower filled with cheese and deep fried ...........4.00 Nachos & Cheese Tortilla chips with nacho cheese ...................................... 2.50 Quesadillas Cheese melted between 2 grilled tortillas ..................................... 5.00 Add chicken or steak ..................................................................................... 1.50 Nacho Extreme Chips topped with nacho cheese, taco meat, black olives, onions, jalapeno peppers, tomato, salsa and sour cream on side...........5.00 Hattrick Basket Any combination of three appetizers Excluding (chicken wings, nacho extreme, quesadillas)......................................................9.50 Choice of Sauces Ranch, Sour Cream, Salsa, Marinara, Barbecue, Hot Sauce, Nacho Cheese, Honey Mustard, Bleu Cheese Dressing and Backstage’s Jack Daniel Sauce Extra ................................................................... 25

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A Side of fries with and sandwich just ......................................................................... 1.50 Replica Burger 1/2 lb. char-broiled classic burger served with cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickle Named after Green Bay’s #1 classic rock band Replica. ...... 6.00 Bobby Evans Black & Blue Burger 1/2 lb. Cajun seasoned burger topped with our own melted blue cheese sauce served with lettuce and tomato Named after the Bobby Evans Band ..................................................................................................... 6.00

RLS Pizza Burger 1/2 lb. burger seasoned with pizza seasoning, topped with marinara, Italian cheeses. Named after Red Light Saints Band ................................... 6.00 Boxkar Mushroom & Swiss Burger 1/2 lb. burger topped with Swiss cheese & sauteed mushrooms Named after the Boxkar Band..................................... 6.25 Stone Crow Bacon Cheeseburger 1/2 lb. burger topped with cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and bacon .. Named after Stone Crow Band................... 6.75

33 RPM Chicken Sandwich Char-broiled chicken breast trimmed with lettuce, tomato and pickle Named after the 33 RPM Band ........................................................ 6.00 Broken Faith BLT Bacon, lettuce and tomato Named after the Broken Faith Band ........................................................................................................ 4.50 Lightning Grilled Cheese American, provolone or Swiss cheese grilled, served with chips Named after the Lightning Brothers Band..................................................... 4.00 RPM Hangover Burger 1/2 lb. char-broiled burger topped with a fried egg and bacon Named after the RPM Band ................................................................................. 7.25 Vital Bacon Grilled Cheese Melt 1/2 lb. char-broiled burger with bacon,

TOPPINGS Hamburger, Onions, Olives, Green Peppers, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Garlic, Pepperoni, Sausage, Ham, Bacon, Jalapenos

cheese, tomato, onions and lettuce between 2 grilled cheese sandwiches. Named after the

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Circus Dog Foot Long 1/2 lb. all beef hot dog Named after the Sonic Circus Band......................................................................................................... 6.25

GBN Cordon Blue Chicken Sandwich Grilled chicken with ham, Swiss cheese and mayo. Named after the Great Blue Northern Band 7.00

Pop Evil Flamethrower Burger 1/2 lb. burger topped with jalapenos, onions, with a kicked up nacho cheese sauce. Inspired by the Pop Evil Band..................................... 6.75 Eric Lives Here Rueben Corned beef layered with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and 1000 island dressing all on rye bread Named after the Eric Lives Here Band.................. 7.00 Lighthouse Burger 1/2 lb. burger served with bacon, mozzy cheese, lettuce, tomato and 1000 island sauce. Named after the Lighthouse Big Band ....................................... 7.25 Wildcard Foot Long Chili Cheese Dog Foot long 1/2 lb. beef hot dog served chili cheese and topped with onion rings. Named after the Wildcard Band .......... 6.75 Star Six Nine Patty Melt 1/2 lb. burger topped with cheese, fried onions on a grilled marble rye bread. Named after the Star Six Nine Band ................................. 6.25

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Taco Pizza Topped with seasoned beef, black olives, tomatoes, lettuce, Onions, blend of cheeses and crushed chips

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Dawn’s Homemade Soups .........................................Cup 1. 75

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FRIDAY FISH FRY Includes homemade tartar sauce, choice of potato, cole slaw and choice of bread

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Fender Salad Ham or Turkey, lettuce, tomatoes, onions,

Battered Cod Plate

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Axe Salad Strips of Tenderloin, veggies on a bed of greens ................................... 6.00 Stratus Salad Strips of grilled chicken, tomatoes, onions on a bed of greens...... 5.50 Taco Salad Taco meat, cheddar cheese, onions, black olives, tomatoes, Jalapenos, lettuce, salsa and sour cream in a crisp tortilla shell ..................................................... 6.00 Side Salad Tomatoes, onions, cucumber, cheese on a bed of greens.................... 2.25

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PASTAS

Located inside the Holiday Inn

All pastas served with choice of soup or salad. Upgrade to an Italian salad for 2.

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SPAGHETTI

Spaghetti with marinara. 10 with meatballs 12 with Italian sausages 12 baked with cheese 12

MEAT LASAGNA

A casserole style lasagna made with sausage, beef, Italian cheeses and marinara. 15.5

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SPINACH MUSHROOM LASAGNA

A casserole style lasagna made with fresh spinach, mushrooms, alfredo, feta and an Italian cheese blend. 15.5

CHEESE RAVIOLI

All of these items are served with soup or salad and a choice of one side. Upgrade to an Italian salad for 2.

Cheese filled pasta with your choice of marinara or alfredo sauce. 13 add grilled chicken 3 add fresh spinach 2

SIRLOIN*

MANICOTTI

Pasta tubes filled with blended Italian cheeses, baked with marinara and mozzarella. 14.5

PENNE SUPREME

A hand trimmed choice cut top sirloin, lean and grilled to order. 8 oz. 15

PORK RIBEYE*

Penne marinara with Italian sausage and a meatball, baked with Italian cheeses. 16.5

A marbled, boneless 8 oz. prime grade center cut. 16

A fresh, all-natural, free raised veal cutlet lightly breaded to order, baked with marinara and mozzarella on spaghetti. 16

A seasoned 6 oz. grilled tenderloin filet topped with a brandy mushroom sauce. 25

VEAL PARMIGIANA PASTA TRIO

Meat lasagna, chicken parmigiana and creamy fettuccine alfredo. 19

FETTUCCINE ALFREDO

Fettuccine tossed in alfredo sauce. 12 with mixed vegetables 14

STEAK DIANE* RIBEYE*

A flavorful marbled steak, cut fresh and hand trimmed. 14 oz. 20

PRIME RIB*

Friday & Saturday after 4pm, limited daily availability. Slow roasted, seasoned prime rib. 12 oz. 18 18 oz. 22

PENNE CLASSICO

Chicken, shrimp and prosciutto tossed with penne in alfredo and baked with a parmesan crust. 18.5

TRUFFLE MAC AND CHEESE

Steak Toppers 2

Penne, parmesan, feta, provolone, mozzarella, asiago and cheddar with portabellas, spinach and shallots, baked with a truffle herb crust topping. 17

Parmesan Crust • Jack Daniel’s Sauce • Mushroom Onion Combo • Black and Bleu

Sautéed portabella mushrooms, artichoke hearts and fresh tomatoes tossed with penne in a balsamic butter. 15.5

Fried Shrimp • Shrimp Scampi

Shrimp Add Ons 5

PORTABELLA PENNE

EGGPLANT PARMIGIANA

Fried eggplant cutlets baked with marinara and mozzarella on a bed of spaghetti. 14

TORTELLINI

Smooth ricotta, mascarpone and parmesan cheeses in an egg pasta with your choice of marinara or alfredo sauce. 13 add Italian sausage 2 Add a meatball, Italian sausage link, fresh sautéed mushrooms, peppers, onions, or baked with cheese for 2 each

CHICKEN PASTAS

CHICKEN PARMIGIANA

SALMON

A FRESH, never frozen 8 oz. salmon fillet, your choice from one of the following. 19 – Grilled and served with lemon and basil – Baked with parmesan bread crumb crust, topped with lemon and basil – Pan seared and glazed with Sriracha bourbon sauce

CATCH OF THE DAY

Penne tossed with grilled chicken and andouille sausage in a mildly spicy red cream sauce. 17

COD

CHICKEN FETTUCCINE ALFREDO

Chicken tossed with alfredo and fettuccine. 15

CHICKEN TETRAZZINI

Chicken and spaghetti in a white wine alfredo baked with a five cheese blend and an herb crust topping. 16.5

BRUSCHETTA CHICKEN

Grilled chicken breasts, tomatoes, basil, red onion, kalamata olives and shaved cheese on a bed of balsamic butter capellini, finished with balsamic glaze. 17.5

SEAFOOD PASTAS

SHRIMP TETRAZZINI

Shrimp and spaghetti in a white wine alfredo baked with a five cheese blend and an herb crust topping. 18.5

SEAFOOD CANNELLONI

Pasta tubes stuffed with a blend of North Atlantic lobster, scallops and shrimp in a lobster sherry cream reduction baked with alfredo and mozzarella. 19

SEAFOOD SCAMPI CAPELLINI

Jumbo scallops, shrimp and crab sautéed in garlic butter and tossed with capellini. 22.5

ROASTED GARLIC SHRIMP FETTUCCINE

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Breaded chicken breasts baked with marinara and mozzarella on a bed of spaghetti. 17

CAJUN GRILLED PASTA

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Shrimp tossed in alfredo with fettuccine and roasted garlic. 17.5 Double your shrimp in any pasta only 5 Whole wheat or gluten free pasta available upon request.

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Five cheeses and pizza sauce. Add your favorite fillings below. 11

SANDWICHES

All sandwiches are served with your choice of one side.

HOT SUPREME

THREE MEAT

A toasted Italian roll with capicola, pepperoni, salami, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, red onion and Italian dressing. 11

SAUSAGE PORTABELLA

Grilled chicken breasts with lettuce, tomato and red onion served on an Italian roll with pesto mayo. 10

CHICKEN BROCCOLI

Fried eggplant cutlets with mozzarella and marinara on an Italian roll. 10

Pepperoni, ham, Italian sausage, five cheeses and pizza sauce. 13.5 Italian sausage and portabella mushrooms with pizza sauce and our five cheese blend. 12.5

Seasoned chicken and broccoli with five cheese and alfredo. 12.5 Add your choice of fillings 1.5 each (see pizza toppings below)

PIZZA

Our hand-stretched pizzas are made with the finest ingredients for the best pizza possible. 10” half and half not available

BIANCA

Marinated chicken, garlic, five cheeses and alfredo. 10” - 11.5 16” - 23

MARGHERITA

Fresh mozzarella and basil, sliced tomatoes and roasted garlic on an olive oil brushed crust. 10” - 12.5 16” - 24

GARLIC SHRIMP

Sautéed shrimp, roasted garlic, sliced tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and basil on an olive oil brushed crust 10” - 13.5 16” - 25

PEACH GORGONZOLA CHICKEN

Chicken, peaches, gorgonzola and Italian cheeses, topped with arugula, lemon honey vinaigrette and balsamic glaze 10” - 12.5 16” - 24

PESTO CHICKEN

EGGPLANT HOAGIE

SOUTHWEST CHICKEN

Spicy grilled chicken, bacon, cheddar and chipotle ranch on an Italian roll with lettuce, tomato and red onion. 11

GRILLED SALMON BLT

A fresh, never frozen salmon fillet on toasted thick sliced sourdough with dill aioli, tomato, red onion, bacon, arugula and honey lemons vinaigrette. 12

BURGERS*

A 1/2 lb. steak burger with your choice of lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo. Burger 9 Cheeseburger 9.5 Bacon Cheeseburger 10

PATTY MELT

A 1/2 lb. steak burger grilled and served with cheddar cheese and sautéed onions on sourdough. 10

MEATBALL SUB

Meatballs with marinara and fresh mozzarella served open faced on an Italian roll. 10

ITALIAN BEEF

Tender sliced beef, melted provolone and giardiniera on an Italian roll with au jus. 11

PRIME RIB MELT

Shaved prime rib on toasted sourdough with portabellas, onions, melted provolone and a side of au jus. 12

SALADS

FORMAGGIO

A blend of five Italian cheeses atop tomato sauce. Add your favorite toppings below. 10” - 10 16” - 16

BENVENUTO

Pepperoni, ham, Italian sausage, mushrooms, onions, black olives, and bell peppers with five cheeses 10” - 13 16” - 24.5

SOUTHWEST CHICKEN

A lettuce blend with spicy grilled chicken breast, peppers, tomatoes, onions, cheddar, bacon, black bean and roasted corn salsa, tortilla strips and chipotle ranch dressing. 13

CRISPY CHICKEN

FRIED SHRIMP

THREE MEAT COMBO

A lettuce blend with fried chicken tenders, cheddar, bacon, tomatoes, croutons and a side of honey mustard dressing. 13

SMOTHERED COD

VEGGIE

Romaine tossed with Tuscan Caesar dressing, grilled chicken, parmesan, grilled lemon and focaccia croutons. 12

Wild caught, sustainable cod lightly breaded and fried or brushed with butter and baked. 15 Fried jumbo shrimp served with cocktail sauce and our house aioli. 15

Wild caught, sustainable cod with shrimp and garlic butter, baked with cheddar, mozzarella and parmesan. 16

SIDES

Garlic Mashed Potatoes Parmesan Risotto Roasted Rosemary Potatoes Fresh Vegetables Sweet Potato Fries Spaghetti

Fries Onion Rings Fruit Cup Of Soup Caesar Salad Garden Salad

*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions. Pork, hamburgers, and steaks that are served rare or medium-rare may be undercooked and will only be served upon the customer’s request. Benvenuto’s is a locally owned and operated business. We make it a priority to source all natural and Wisconsin made products whenever possible.

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Pepperoni, ham, Italian sausage and five cheeses 10” - 12.5 16” - 24

Your choice of alfredo or marinara and four veggies from list below. 10” - 11.5 16” - 23 Add toppings to your pizza or calzone from the list below to build your own combination.

Additional Toppings 10” - 1.5

16” - 2.5

Pepperoni • Italian Sausage • Ham • Chicken • Beef • Meatballs • Bacon • Salami • Anchovies • Shrimp* • Mushrooms • Black Olives • Extra Cheese • Fresh Spinach • Pineapple • Portabellas • Alfredo Sauce • Onions • Green Olives • Fresh Tomatoes • Artichoke Hearts • Fresh Basil • Cheddar Cheese • Pesto Sauce • Green Peppers • Red Onions • Seasoned Broccoli • Banana Peppers • Roasted Garlic • Sun-dried Tomatoes • BBQ Sauce *Additional charge

Add a Garden Salad, Caesar Salad, or Cup of Soup to any item for only 2.

TUSCAN CHICKEN CAESAR

COBB

A lettuce blend with grilled chicken breast, cheddar, black olives, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, red onions, crumbled bleu cheese, croutons and your choice of dressing. 13

Salad Dressings

Italian • Honey Mustard • Tuscan Caesar • Ranch • Oil and Vinegar • French • Raspberry Vinaigrette • Bleu Cheese • Thousand Island • Chipotle Ranch

BEVERAGES

Pepsi Products 2.5 (complimentary refills) Italian Cream Soda 3 Italian Soda 2.5 Hand Squeezed Lemonade 3 w/ flavored syrup, add .50

Root Beer 3 Lo-Cal Root Beer 3 Orange ’n Cream 3 Iced Tea 2.5 Hot Chocolate 2.5 Coffee 2 Hot Tea 2.5


    

  

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Discover Fond du Lac gives you all the details on events in and around Fond du Lac (WI). Included are Walleye Weekend, the Fond du Lac Count...

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Discover Fond du Lac gives you all the details on events in and around Fond du Lac (WI). Included are Walleye Weekend, the Fond du Lac Count...