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Join us August 14 - 18, 2019 for the Brown County Fair! The Purpose of the Brown County Fair Association: Provide an opportunity for youth and adults to gather in a family oriented environment to learn from each other by sharing experiences and accomplishments through exhibits and demonstrations and to bring urban and rural residents of all ages together to learn about Brown County's history, traditions and accomplishments through agriculture, family living, and business. The Brown County Fair Association Mission Statement: The Brown County Fair Association, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation providing a family oriented event, known as the Brown County Fair, that is safe, affordable, educational, and fun for all ages. We strive to provide a welcoming environment for our guests and promote agriculture through exhibits and demonstrations. The Brown County Fair Association is committed to supporting life-long learning for our youth and our community. Our goal is to teach urban and rural residents of all ages about Brown County's history, traditions, and accomplishments through agriculture, family living, and business.
Flyte's Fieldstones is located on a picturesque century old farmstead where the fields surrounding the homestead are still actively farmed. In the fall, enjoy the 10 acre corn maze and haunted hayrides, wagon rides, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, barnyard games, and old fashioned cake donuts. Farm to Table Dinners are scheduled throughout the summer and fall featuring the in season harvest fresh from Flyte Family Farms. For more information visit us online at www.flytefamilyfarm.com or Like us on Facebook.
For our family, Folk Song Farm isn't just a place - it's where heaven touches earth. For seven generations, the Mauer/Mayer family has stored the crops in the barn. They've reflected and relied on their relationship with God for strength to raise, train and nourish their families. A lot of hard work, laughter and countless great memories transpired at The Barn. And now, we are delighted to open up the beauty and the history of The Barn at Folk Song Farm to others who appreciate the splendor, family tradition, commitment to agriculture and education The Barn embodies. At Folk Song Farm the welcome mat is out to neighbors, community, schools and families ... not just for life's personal celebrations but also for corporate functions and educational opportunities that explore what agri-tourism has to offer.
Beckman Mill Park is located 6 miles west of Beloit, Wisconsin at 11600 South County Road H. It is one mile south of State Highway 81 and approximately 1/2 mile north of the Wisconsin-Illinois stateline. Friends of Beckman Mill, Inc. was formed in 1990. The group is responsible for not only the restoration of the mill, but also these other park attractions: new dam, fish ladder, millpond, frog pond, foot bridge, saw mill display, 1848 cooperage, visitor center, gift shop, creamery display, blacksmith display, nature trail, restroom facilities, vintage garden and storage barn. Guided tours of the mill are available for individuals, families and small groups on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 PM May through October. Admission is $3 per person. Children 6 and under and members of Friends of Beckman Mill are admitted free. School groups and group tours should make arrangements in advance.
Originally the Loosen Family Homestead ~ this 160 year old 80 acre farm is Located in the Heart of the Kettle Moraine near the Holy Hill Basilica. The secluded rustic property has been transformed into a Unique Event Destination featuring Art & Farm Market Events, Dinners on the Farm, Music Night on the Farm and Art & Wine Classes. Visitors are in awe to see the creativity and inspiration flowing on the property. Art & Farm Market Weekends: June 1/2, September 21/22, October 12/13 9-4pm. Check out the website for all our Special Event Dates and Times.
The National Historic Cheesemaking Museum is located at the southern gateway to Wisconsin, just a few miles north of the Illinois/Wisconsin line. The staff eagerly awaits your visit to tell you the story of early cheesemaking which earned Monroe the title of the "Cheese Capital of the USA." During your visit, step inside the century old Imobersteg Cheese Factory to witness how cheese was made over a century ago. Each year on the second Saturday of June, join Master Cheesemakers and retired cheesemakers as they make a wheel of Swiss cheese, right before your eyes. Enjoy a video showing the cheesemaking process in today's cheese factories. For a complete listing of events and times that our delectable Masters grilled cheese sandwiches and cream puffs are available throughout the year at events and in Downtown Monroe, refer to the FAQs on our site.
Schuster's Playtime Farm is a beautiful and entertaining kaleidoscope of nature, adventure, and food. Engaging activities run the gamut of fun - animals, corn mazes, jumping pillow, cider donuts, gemstone mining, pig races, caramel apples, pygmy putt-putt and our terrifying haunted forest. Our Fall Festival season runs Sept 22 - Oct 31. We also host private engagements - parties, field trips, company picnics, etc - 6/1 - 10/31. The fun is in the Country at Schuster's Farm.
Seaquist Orchards Farm Market is part of Seaquist Orchards, a cherry orchard, processing plant, canning facility, and retail store. We have about 1,000 acres of cherries, a few dozen acres of apples, press cider and cherry juice, and make over 75 kinds of jam, pie filling and salsa. We are a 5 generation family business with an in store bakery, fudge kitchen, and greenhouse. Our products are locally grown, locally processed, and loved worldwide!
Experience the stories that cultivated Wisconsin's scenic countryside. See rare 1800's agriculture tools and machinery and step into a re-created rural village. Learn about the farming communities that helped Wisconsin prosper! Located on the Great River Road.
Apple orchard and pumpkin patch with farm market. Our farm has been in operation for over 150 years; with the same family! We offer pick your own apples and pumpkins along with already picked for you. We have a bakery making fresh pies and muffins daily, including apple pies and muffins with our own apples. During the week we offer school tours and weekends we play host to live music and brat fry's.
Located in Southern Wisconsin's picturesque Driftless Area, White Oak Savanna is a one-of-a-kind wedding and events venue featuring the beautifully restored 1920s barn build by Frank Lloyd Wright's cousin, Charles Lloyd Jones. Overlooking 88 acres of farmland and organically restored oak savanna prairie, the Lloyd Jones Barn Pavilion is just one of several stunning sites on the property that are perfect for unforgettable weddings, corporate meetings/retreats, farm-to-table meals and musical events. There is no other place like it.
Historic Wollersheim Winery & Distillery is located on a scenic hillside across the Wisconsin River from Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin. Family-crafted wine & spirits in a historic setting, tours & tastings daily, wine garden & cocktail patio, open year-round.