Milwaukee Air Show
August 6, 2011 by staff
Just for starters, there is: The Milwaukee Show, air and water in the lake between the McKinley Marina Bradford Beach on Lake Michigan. The spectacle of water starts at 9:15 am, the air show – if you have been near the center of this week, had a small sample – starts at 11 am The program is free but seats are reserved for admission general and 20 for adults and 10 for ages 6 to 12. More on Sunday, too. Go here for tickets and more information.
African World Festival, a weekend package of activities in one-day ethnic festival at Maier Festival Park. Entertainment line includes R & B star Charlie Wilson, Fred Hammond great gospel, blues legend Clarence Carter and more. It all starts at noon, admission is 17 and the door, children 5 and under admitted free. Learn more here.
Third Summer Arden Historic District, adding a smorgasbord of food choices for the menu of the annual events of jazz style. Besides the music – this year’s lineup includes travel rate, and Lao Tizer Nouveau Swing – Arden this year like the room, Third Ward restaurants offering their goods and competitions among chefs and waiters. Summer Sizzle, along N. Broadway in the Third Ward, runs from 11 am to 11 pm Admission is free. Need more information? Click here.
Malibu Open, the competition Water Ski Lake at Veterans Park that allows an athlete to be. Eliminations begin at 7:30 am, with several final rounds from 6:40 pm it’s free, get a manual here.
And – oh yeah – that big meeting in West Allis. Day 3 of the Wisconsin State Fair has a sunny day, full of things to do, including (but supple past) a lot of free samples as part of the Sentry Food Day. The main stage entertainment is great – make Big Time Rush, the band became famous for Nickelodeon and become stars in teen and preteen audiences everywhere. (Tickets are limited for the show, so you can see below.)
On top of that, it will be a great day, sunny. So what are you waiting for? Oh, yes, happy birthday dear wish Lucille Ball. Yes, the first lady of television comedy turns 100 today (or she would if she was still alive). TV is doing all kinds of greetings to Lucy – Me TV (WBME-TV), such as television / radio columnist Duane Dudek writes, is in the midst of a tribute than 100 episodes of her – but here’s a sample of one of the best.
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