Wisconsin Agricultural Tourism Association Inc.

Events

June 2017

  • DATE
  • EVENT
  • 1 - 31
  • Country Breeze Farm Tours
    Hilbert, WI 54129
    W3190 County Road B
    10AM - 3PM Closed Monday
    Located on the Niagara Escarpment you’ll enjoy cool summer breezes at the farm. Milk a cow, pet a pig, cuddle a kitten, catch a chicken, ride a pony, enjoy a hayride and more during your self-guided tour of the farm. Carry-ins welcome so bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a leisurely day at the farm.
    info@MulberryLaneFarmWI.com
    920-989-3130
    www.MulberryLaneFarmWI.com
  • 3
  • Historic Beer Brewing at Old World Wisconsin
    Eagle
    W372S9727 Hwy 67
    10::00 am - 5:00 pm
    Old World Wisconsin and the Museum of Beer and Brewing are partnering and bringing to life 19th-century brews. See the brewers use equipment and techniques from the late 1800s and heirloom hops and barley grown at Old World Wisconsin. By reconstructing immigrant brewing processes we are illuminating important aspects of our state's culture, industry and German heritage. Historically, breweries were located in nearly every small village in Wisconsin during the 19th century and were cultural focal points. The brewing process will begin by 10 am and conclude by 5 pm. Today we will be brewing American cream ale. Adults (18-64) $19; children (5-17) $10; (children 4 and under are free); Senior citizens (65 and over) $16. Fees include an all-day tram transportation pass. Parking is free.
    oww@wisconsinhistory.org
    262-594-6301
    http://www.oldworldwisconsin.org
  • 9
  • Breakfast in the Valley
    Eau Claire
    5530 Fairview Drive
    5 AM to 10 AM
    Attendees can expect a delicious breakfast including: scrambled eggs with ham, mushrooms, onions and cheese, muffins, cheese, cheese curds, bananas, milk, orange juice, coffee and the traditional June Dairy Month treat of Culver’s Frozen Custard with corn flakes and strawberries. In addition to the great breakfast, there will be agricultural product displays, door prize drawings, and a milk-drinking contest with local celebrities, a visit from the newly crowned Alice in Dairyland, a petting zoo, antique tractors, agricultural displays, business displays, Friend of Agriculture award, Eau Claire County Conservation award and volunteers cooking eggs in two four-foot skillets! Also, a farm family will be at the breakfast showcasing information on their farm. We hope to serve 3,400 people as in years past! Cost is $7 adults, $2 children under 12. Tickets are available at the door. We hope to see you there!
    lindholm@eauclairechamber.org
    715-834-1204
    http://www.eauclairechamber.org/breakfast-in-the-valley.html
  • 10
  • 1870’s Base Ball at Old World Wisconsin
    Eagle
    W372S9727 Hwy 67
    Museum open10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Game time is 1:30 pm
    Experience our National Pastime as it existed just after the Civil War. Watch the Eagle Diamonds Base Ball Club cross bats with an opposing nine then take the field to swing a replica bat or play the field. Remember, no gloves allowed! Cost: Admission to the game is included with museum admission. Adults (18-64) $19; children (5-17) $10 (children 4 and under are free); senior citizens (65 and over) $16. Admission include all day transportation by tram. Parking is free.
    oww@wisconsinhistory.org
    262-594-6301
    http://www.oldworldwisconsin.org
  • 10 - 11
  • Feltz's Dairy Store Grand Opening Weekend Event
    Stevens Point, WI 54482
    5796 Porter Drive
    9am-8pm
    The wait is over! After years of preparation and months of construction, Feltz’s Dairy Store will host its grand opening celebration the weekend of June 10th – 11th. Be the first to experience Portage County’s newest dairy store featuring delicious fresh cheese curds, award-winning cheese, ice-cream, milk, chocolate, wine, grass fed beef, educational tours and so much more! Special giveaways and drawings throughout the weekend as well as samples of store products. For more details please visit feltzsdairystore.com.
    feltzsdairystore@gmail.com
    715-344-1293
    www.feltzsdairystore.com
  • 17 - 18
  • Scandinavian Midsommar Celebration at Old World Wisconsin
    Eagle
    W372S9727 Hwy 67
    10::00 am - 5:00 pm
    Celebrate the Summer Solstice by joining in a variety of Scandinavian customs including helping make traditional dishes like Drumkakke and decorating the Sauna with greens. Adults (13-64) $19; children (4-12) $10 (children under 4 are free); senior citizens (65 and over) $16. Fees include an all-day tram transportation pass. Parking is free.
    oww@wisconsinhistory.org
    262-594-6301
    http://www.oldworldwisconsin.org
  • 17
  • Historic Beer Brewing at Old World Wisconsin
    Eagle
    W372S9727 Hwy 67
    10::00 am - 5:00 pm
    Old World Wisconsin and the Museum of Beer and Brewing are partnering and bringing to life 19th-century brews. See the brewers use equipment and techniques from the late 1800s and heirloom hops and barley grown at Old World Wisconsin. By reconstructing immigrant brewing processes we are illuminating important aspects of our state's culture, industry and German heritage. Historically, breweries were located in nearly every small village in Wisconsin during the 19th century and were cultural focal points. The brewing process will begin by 10 am and conclude by 5 pm. Today we will be brewing a specialty American style beer. Adults (18-64) $19; children (5-17) $10; (children 4 and under are free); Senior citizens (65 and over) $16. Fees include an all-day tram transportation pass. Parking is free.
    oww@wisconsinhistory.org
    262-594-6301
    http://www.oldworldwisconsin.org
  • 18 - 19
  • Free Dads on Father’s Day
    Hilbert, WI 54129
    W3190 County Road B
    10AM - 3PM
    Don’t give Dad another tie! Bring him to Mulberry Lane Farm because Dads are FREE on Father's Day. Is Dad brave enough to milk a cow? Can he catch a chicken? Dare him to kiss a pig! It’ll be the most memorable Father’s Day ever. Dad will enjoy reminiscing about his boyhood days of being on the farm. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the beautiful picnic area overlooking the farm fields or up in the massive 4000 sq ft Hay Mow. One Dad FREE per paid general admission. No other offers apply.
    info@MulberryLaneFarmWI.com
    920-989-3130
    www.MulberryLaneFarmWI.com
  • 22 - 25
  • Budweiser Dairyland Super National Truck & Tractor Pull
    Tomah, WI 54660
    1625 Butts Avenue
    8:00am - 12:00pm
    4 Days of NTPA National Pulling Action 6 Sessions - Thursday 7pm - Friday & Saturday 12:00 & 7pm - Sunday 12:00 2 Pulling Tracks - Food Vendors - Commercial Displays Grounds and Pit areas are free to the public for your viewing pleasure!
    mail@tomahtractorpull.com
    608-372-2081
    tomahtractorpull.com
  • 23 - 24
  • Ellsworth Cheese Curd Festival
    Ellsworth
    Hwy 10, East End Park
    Friday, June 23, 2017 - 4:00pm -11:00pm. Saturday, June 24, 2017 - 10:00am -11:00pm
    Ellsworth’s Cheese Curd Festival celebrates the town’s designation as the Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin. Their very own Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery creates the tasty white morsels, which have earned world-wide acclaim. Centrally located within Ellsworth’s East End Park, admission to the festival is free. You would be wise to wear your stretchy pants to fully enjoy the wide variety of creative cheese curd dishes, fresh hand-battered, deep-fried cheese curds and dipping sauces, and an exclusive top-secret dessert curd that rivals the mini donut! Several guided tasting experiences offer you the opportunity to learn and engage with the crafters, cooks and makers of the festival’s starring foods: Cheese, craft beer, wine, hard ciders, real dairy ice-cream and authentic Sconnie BBQ. When you’ve had your fill of food, sit back and enjoy an eclectic mix of music. A variety of regional acts, ranging from solo vocal artists and blues and folk acts, perform throughout the festival. The Cheese Curd Eating Contest is great fun and keeps spectators on the edge of their seats cheering for their favorite competitors, which if you’re feeling adventurous, could be you! For full details and a complete schedule of event, visit the Cheese Curd Festival website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the last Festival news and announcements. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CheeseCurdFestival/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CheeseCurdFest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CheeseCurdFestival/
    crew@cheesecurdfestival.com
    http://www.cheesecurdfestival.com/