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Picture lights, sound, video screens, smoke, fire, blood, bombs, confetti, spiders, snakes, and monsters (oh my) and the screaming hoards of rabid Hairball fans. H.O.G. The market offers a variety of produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, handmade goods, and on-site prepared foods. Additional entertainment includes hypnotist Jim Mitchell, Gotta Dance Academy of Performing Arts, bean bag tournament, kids and agricultural tents, animal shows and competitions, midway rides, and wristwrestling. 6/5 Johnny Rogers (Buddy Holly), 6/12 Fortunate Sons (C.C.R. Rountree Gallery (Platteville, WI) The outrageous, uproarious, and gloriously entertaining story of King Arthur and the Lady of the Lake will delight audiences as they search for the Holy Grail and always look on the bright side of life. 135 W 8th St. 563-588-1305. Dubuque County Fairgrounds Ever since she was a young girl, Melissa has experienced the presence of spirit in many ways. RSVP. Commercial Club Park (Dyersville, IA)

Plus live music, a tour of the National Brewery Museum, and a commemorative tasting glass. Ages 18+. Dyersville Farmers Market Gathering for LGBTQ+ community and allies. PoP Club dates are: June 16, 30; July 14, 28; August 25; and September 8, 22. Most recently, Charlies Midwest-focused sketch comedy videos have garnered hundreds of millions of views. $200 Member; $240 Non-Member. Star Gazing MoonBarRocks.com. The goal of the PoP Club is to empower children to make healthy choices when selecting food to eat. Cajun Jacks Bar & Grill (Elizabeth, IL) Plus wiener dog races and the Tri-States Championship Bier Stein Holding Contest. East Dubuque Wingfest XVII 11th13th and Iowa St Downtown Cascade, IA Tasting begins at 1 p.m. $5. Saturdays through September 24: July 23 @ 7 AMNoon Carnegie-Stout Public Library and Online 301 Bell St. 563-690-4800. Fresh produce, baked goods, regional meat, flowers, crafts, and more. RSVP required. All single people of any age are invited to join for cards at 6 p.m. 3050 Asbury Rd.

69th Annual Dubuque County Fair Live music by country artists Ashely Barron and Jarrod Turner on Aug. 19 along with local bands on Aug. 20. TheGrandOperaHouse.com. Schedules, vendors, and details may be subject to change. You are invited on a tour to see some of these turf-to-prairie conversions and how they are maturing! Des Moines, IA July 2426 Ages 12+. BIPOC Leader & Professional Collective Business Mixer Galena Center for the Arts (Galena, IL) $22$46.

All ages. 1001 Davis St. 563-582-3592. shalomretreats.org.

3rd Saturday: August 20 @ 8:30 PM The LA-based quintets unpredictable metallic intensity and impressive instrumental proficiency will shine as bright as the full moon as they perform hits such as Killing Me Slowly, Remember When, Sober and their haunting cover of The Cranberries Zombie. This will be a nearly five-hour rock and roll feast! $20 two-day primitive camping. 101 Pierce St SW, Cascade, IA. 1, 8x Platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated smash, Body Like A Back Road. Hunts latest song 23 is playing on country radio now. 11th13th and Iowa St Rider Family celebrates the 1st Mid-America H.O.G. Prairie Dog Blues Festival 701 Locust St. 563-557-1851 x115.

Mineral Point Gallery Nights As The Color of Law exposed about our understanding of housing segregation, Halfway Home shows that the American justice system was not created to rehabilitate. Saturday, August 6 @ 7:30 PM 67 E Main St, Benton, WI. Four playwrights will present original plays in progress on our intimate outdoor theater, Alley Stage. Sinsinawa Ave, East Dubuque, IL Get yours today before they are gone! Saturdays through October: September 24 @ 8 AM Disneys The Little Mermaid DubuqueArboretum.net/music-in-the-gardens. Find homegrown and handmade products from fresh produce and prepared food to art and crochet blankets. All single people of any age are invited to join for dinner followed by cards. 4th Wednesday through September: September 28 @ 47 PM RSVP required. 360 W 11th St. 563-589-4225 x2228. For PoP info, call 563-583-6496. An inclusive womens group working to connect women across the region through education, philanthropy, mutual support, and more. This fishy fable will capture your heart with its irresistible songs, including Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl and Part of Your World. The Grand Opera House and Rising Star Theatre Company collaborate on an upcoming youth production building upon both companies current summer youth programming to create a unique theatrical experience in Dubuque. Entries must be postmarked by October 15th. Jan Kraybill, DMA, closes the series on Thursday, Aug. 18. Miller Riverview Park Garys Graffiti Nights Readings Under the Influence Ages 18+. First Fridays 11th13th and Iowa St 563-556-4343. For PoP info, call 563-583-6496. 563-875-8404. americancornhole.ticketsauce.com/e/aco-go-the-distance/tickets. This fun packed weekend starts Friday with a flea market, amusement rides and beer tent. 14569 Old Highway Rd.

Thursdays through September: September 15 @ 46 PM 3rd Sunday through October: October 16 @ 9 AMNoon Pegged as one of Country musics most enviable brands, equal parts affability and authenticity (Forbes), Bentley continues to be a dominant voice for the genre with over 6.4 billion overall digital streams. 360 W 11th St. facebook.com/ToastmastersSpeakeasyClub. 608-348-8888. plattevilledairydays.com. 2811 Jackson St. 563-557-2900. convivium-dbq.com. 608-987-3292. shakeragalley.org. 701 Locust St. 563-557-1851 x115. Coffee and donuts available, proceeds go to Veterans Freedom Center. Last Thursday through September: July 28 @ 57 PM 110 Green St, Galena, IL. July 2223 @ 2 and 7 PM The Victorian cooking class focuses on what would have been available in Iowa during this time period and what may have been served to the Ham family themselves. 608-778-7776. RSVP required. Participation is free for vendors and attendees. 135 W 8th St. 563-588-4356. But after Simon died, six months after Sarahs birth, the Yellow House would become Ivory Maes thirteenth and most unruly child. Motorcycle enthusiasts gather for outdoor parties featuring live music, great food, cold beer, and more. Linwood Cemetery Four playwrights will present original plays in progress on our intimate outdoor theater, Alley Stage. 2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesdays: October 26 @ 5:30 PM

Food Truck Fridays GreatJonesCountyFair.com. Presented by the Brew Ha Ha Players. Join the signature Kayak 5K, 360-meter and 720-meter sprints for single and tandem kayak and single and double canoes for adults and youth. A clear sky with no prominent moon, once properly dark-adapted, is a beautiful thing. Growing up Ojibwe on a reservation in Minnesota, training as an anthropologist, and researching Native life past and present for his nonfiction and novels, David Treuer has uncovered a different narrative. Saturdays: October 129 @ 8 AMNoon Gladdy and the Alumatics open. Contact Maureen Tyne for location, newsletter, and more information. 608-732-5219. All are welcome to submit nominations. Wednesday, September 21 @ 6 PM July 2930 1st Friday: November 4 563-588-3377. Now in its 177th year, Iowas oldest farmers market, the Dubuque Farmers Market is open rain or shine. Visit the plaza to pick up a Live at the Plaza Passport with a list of open-late businesses and opportunities to secure promotional deals and prizes. The program provides meaningful art-centered activities that create positive cognitive, emotional, and social experiences; reduce isolation; and build community. Platteville Dairy Days Driftless Poets Monthly Workshop

Dubuque County Public Library Asbury Branch (Asbury, IA) Fool House Saturdays though October: October 8 @ 8 AMNoon

Social Connections for Singles: Cards Thursdays through October: September 1 @ 35 PM PlattevilleFarmersMarketWI.com. Dennys Lux Club Antiracism Book Club: The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee Cascade Hometown & Country Days Celebrate art, fish, and the Mississippi River with activities for everyone including art show and sale, kids projects, and a street dance all along the beautiful river. She returned to camp as an assistant girls head counselor in 2013 (when her son started as a Scatico camper)and has been head counselor since the summer of 2015. She spent more than 15 years as an elementary school teacher in the Bronx and in Rye, New York. Downtown boasts a BBQ Cookoff at 5 p.m. followed by a street dance with entertainment from Amber DeLaCruz and Sushi Roll starting at 4:30 p.m. facebook.com/tncdays. Ages 16+. At 2 p.m., the main stage fires up with a regional opening act followed by a national touring act from 3:15 to 6 p.m. East Dubuques Cruisin Thursdays 3rd Saturday: December 17 @ 8:30 PM Find homegrown and handmade products from fresh produce and prepared food to art and crochet blankets. Virtual Nickelodeons The Spongebob Musical

Free. Racing takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. Sinsinawa Mound Farmers Market BackWatersStage.com. Limited trailside camping is available at the base of the hill (one vehicle/one tent). DyersvilleDowntownMarket.com. Epworth Town & Country Days

Lives hang in the balance. Noon8 PM @ Stoned Art Studio & Gallery (1800 Central Ave)

The market offers a variety of produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, handmade goods, and on-site prepared foods. 608-778-7776. 608-778-7776. Includes a Day Camp t-shirt, event patch, and lots of memories. 3375 Lake Ridge Dr. 563-207-8932. stateraintegrated.com. All single people of any age are invited to join for cards at 6 p.m. 3050 Asbury Rd. Ariel, King Tritons youngest daughter, wishes to pursue the human Prince Eric in the world above, bargaining with the evil sea witch, Ursula, to trade her tail for legs. Discuss The Yellow House: A Memoir by Sarah M. Broom. Kayaking on Catfish Creek All ages. 28995 Lansing Rd, Dyersville, IA. Market Tokens are available for purchase at the Winter Market Information Booth. iowastatefair.org. Bell Tower Theater HeartMath Introductory Sessions Thursday Evenings are for Healing Marketing Director, Sappy Selfie? The foundation helps tell Jacks story and creates fundraising and lobbying opportunities to support cancer funding. 815-777-2000. Anyone who wishes to participate can pick up a Find Waldo Local in Dubuque! stamp card at River Lights Bookstore, which contains the names of all the participating sites; with each Waldo they spot, they can get their card stamped or signed by the participating shop. 3rd Wednesday: September 21@ 57 PM A variety of local and regional offerings. 2728 Asbury Rd. 608-778-7776.

Various Locations in Dubuque No partner needed. 135 W 8th St. 563-588-4356. 1098 Jackson St. SheUnitesIowa.com. Platteville Farmers Market This Civil War-era recipe utilizes all of the popular tastes from the Southern states. TheGrandOperaHouse.com. 555 JFK Rd. 2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesdays: September 14 @ 5:30 PM No event on July 28 and Aug. 18. Events include Southwest Music Festival, Southwest Healths Berry Festival, Southwest Christian Music Festival, Ice Cream Social at Stone Cottage, Party in the Park Salute to Volunteers and Trinity Episcopal Churchs Fish Boil. Gathering for LGBTQ+ community and allies. All single people of any age are invited to join for dinner followed by cards.

Free Salsa/Bachata Dance Lesson Green Drinks Iowa County Courthouse Parking Lot (Dodgeville, WI) Gathering for LGBTQ+ community and allies. Friday, July 29 sees The Steepwater Band, Joanna Connor, Jimmy Nick & Dont Tell Mama, Katie Henry, and Left Wing Bourbon. Anyone who wishes to participate can pick up a Find Waldo Local in Dubuque! stamp card at River Lights Bookstore, which contains the names of all the participating sites; with each Waldo they spot, they can get their card stamped or signed by the participating shop.
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