2019 Trick or Treat Times / Northeast WI

2019 Trick or Treat Times / Northeast WI

  • Posted by: admin
  • 27 September,2019

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Halloween is almost here and our list with 165 Trick or Treat times for Northeast WI is the most complete list you will find!! Our list even includes Downtown Business Trick or Treats!

I do have a list of towns that I don’t have dates for yet, so if you know any of those dates or know of a town that I don’t have listed, please message me on Facebook at Northeast WI Activities or send me an email at northeastwiactivities@gmail.com.  I will be updating this list until Halloween. (Updated list on 10/13/2019).

One more thing,  let’s help kids with food allergies and make sure you have a couple other options, other than candy, for these children.  Leave a painted Teal Pumpkin outside, so these families know that their kids can trick or treat at your house!



🍬 Downtown Green Bay Business Trick or Treat – 11am-3pm



🍬Downtown Marinette Business Trick or Treat – 3pm-5pm

🍬Downtown Menasha Hometown Halloween Trick or Treat – 4pm-6pm

🍬Downtown Menominee, MI Business Trick or Treat – 3pm-5pm



🍬All Festival Foods Locations – In Store Trick or Treat – 10am-2pm

🍬All Target Store Locations – In Store Trick or Treat – 10am-1pm

🍬Downtown DePere Business Trick or Treat – 11am-2pm

🍬Downtown Two Rivers Business Trick or Treat – 11am-2pm

🍬Downtown Manitowoc Business Trick or Treat – 1pm-3pm

🍬Downtown Sturgeon Bay Business Trick or Treat – 10am-1pm

🍬Downtown Fond du Lac Business Trick or Treat – 10am-12pm

🍬Adell – 3pm-5pm

🍬Antigo – 4pm-6:30pm

🍬Campbellsport – 2pm-4pm

🍬Cascade – 4pm-7pm

🍬Dale – 3pm-5pm

🍬Egg Harbor – 2pm-4pm

🍬Fond Du Lac – 3:30pm-5:30pm

🍬Friendship – 3:30pm-5:30pm

🍬Horicon – 4pm-7pm

🍬How – 3pm-6pm

🍬Kewaskum – 5pm-7pm

🍬Marytown – 2pm-4:30pm

🍬Mt. Calvary – 2pm-4pm

🍬North Fond du Lac – 3:30pm-5:30pm

🍬Sherwood – 12pm-2pm

🍬St. Cloud – 2pm-4pm

🍬Suring – 3pm-6pm

🍬Van Dyne – 3:30pm-5:30pm

🍬Waldo – 4pm-7pm

🍬Waupun – 4pm-6pm



🍬Downtown Lakewood Business Trick or Treat – 1pm-4pm

🍬Downtown Sheboygan Business Trick or Treat – 3pm-5pm

🍬Amherst – 3pm-6pm

🍬Berlin – 3pm-6pm

🍬Casco – 12pm-2pm

🍬Chilton – 3pm-5pm

🍬Cleveland — 4pm-6pm

🍬Eldorado – 3pm-5pm

🍬Elkhart Lake – 3pm-5pm

🍬Fish Creek – 2pm-4pm

🍬Francis Creek – 1pm-3pm

🍬Fremont – 3pm-6pm

🍬Green Lake – 3pm-5pm

🍬Hilbert – 2pm-4pm

🍬Hortonville – 3pm-5pm

🍬Iola – 2pm-4pm

🍬Johnsburg – 3:30pm-5:30pm

🍬Kiel – 4pm-6pm

🍬Lomira – 3pm-5pm

🍬Luxemburg – 1pm-3pm

🍬New Holstein – 3pm-5pm

🍬Oakfield – 3pm-5pm

🍬Plymouth – 3pm-5pm

🍬Potter — 1pm-3pm

🍬Random Lake – 3pm-5pm

🍬Reedsville – 2pm-4pm

🍬Ripon – 3pm-5pm

🍬Scandinavia – 2pm-4pm

🍬St. Nazianz – 2pm-4pm

🍬Valders – 3pm-5pm

🍬Wautoma – 3pm-5pm

🍬Whitefish Bay – 1pm-4pm

🍬Wild Rose – 3pm-5pm



🍬 Downtown Oshkosh Business Trick or Treat – 4pm-6pm

🍬Menominee Reservation @ College of Menominee Nation Campus – 4pm-7pm



🍬Abrams – 4pm-6:30pm

🍬Algoma (city) – 4pm-6pm

🍬Algoma (town) – 5pm-7pm

🍬Allouez – 4pm-7pm

🍬Amberg – 4pm-6pm

🍬Angelica — 4pm-7pm

🍬Appleton – 4pm-8pm

🍬Ashwaubenon – 4pm-7pm

🍬Baileys Harbor – 5pm-8pm

🍬Bellevue – 4pm-7pm

🍬Birnamwood – 4:30pm-6:30pm

🍬Black Creek – 4pm-6pm

🍬Bonduel – 5pm-7pm

🍬Brandon – 4:30pm-6:30pm

🍬Brillion – 5pm-7pm

🍬Buchanan – 4pm-7pm

🍬Caledonia – 5:30pm-7:30pm

🍬Carlton – 3:30pm-7pm

🍬Cedar Grove – 4pm-7pm

🍬Chase – 4pm-7pm

🍬Clintonville – 4pm-7pm

🍬Coleman – 4pm-6pm

🍬Combined Locks – 5pm-7pm

🍬Crivitz – 3pm-6pm

🍬Darboy – 4pm-7pm

🍬Denmark – 4pm-7pm

🍬DePere – 4pm-7pm

🍬Dyckesville — 4pm-7pm

🍬Eland – 4pm-7pm

🍬Forestville – 4pm-6pm

🍬Fox Crossing – 4pm-7pm

🍬Freedom – 4pm-7pm

🍬Gillett – 4pm-6pm

🍬Glenbeulah – 6pm-8pm

🍬Grand Chute – 4pm-7pm

🍬Green Bay – 4pm-7pm

🍬Greenleaf – 4pm-7pm

🍬Greenville – 4pm-7pm

🍬Gresham – 4pm-6pm

🍬Harrison – 4pm-7pm

🍬Hobart – 4pm-7pm

🍬Howard – 4pm-7pm

🍬Howards Grove – 5pm-7pm

🍬Jacksonport — 3pm-7pm

🍬Kaukauna – 4pm-7pm

🍬Kewaunee – 3:30pm-7pm

🍬Kimberly – 5pm-8pm

🍬Kohler – 5pm-7pm

🍬Krakow – 4pm-7pm

🍬Lakewood — 4pm-7pm

🍬Lawrence – 4pm-7pm

🍬Ledgeview – 4pm-7pm

🍬Lena – 4pm-6pm

🍬Little Chute – 5pm-8pm

🍬Little Suamico – 4pm-6:30pm

🍬Manawa – 4:30pm-7pm

🍬Manitowoc – 5pm-7pm

🍬Maribel – 4pm-6pm

🍬Marinette – 4pm-6pm

🍬Marion – 5pm-7pm

🍬Menasha – 4pm-7pm

🍬Menominee, MI – 4pm-6pm

🍬Mishicot – 5pm-7pm

🍬Neenah – 4pm-7pm

🍬New London – 5pm-7pm

🍬Niagara – 4pm-7pm

🍬Oconto (City) – 4pm-7pm

🍬Oconto (Town) – 4pm-6pm

🍬Oconto Falls – 4pm-6pm

🍬Omro – 4pm-7pm

🍬Oostburg – 4pm-7pm

🍬Oshkosh – 5pm-7pm

🍬Pembine – 3:30pm-5:30pm

🍬Peshtigo – 4pm-6pm

🍬Pittsfield – 4pm-7pm

🍬Pound – 4pm-6pm

🍬Pulaski – 4pm-7pm

🍬Red River – 4pm-7pm

🍬Rosendale – 5:30pm-7pm

🍬Seymour – 5pm-7pm

🍬Shawano – 5pm-7pm

🍬Sheboygan – 4pm-7pm

🍬Sheboygan Falls – 4pm-7pm

🍬Shiocton – 5pm-7pm

🍬Stockbridge – 5pm-7pm

🍬Sturgeon Bay – 4pm-7pm

🍬Suamico – 4pm-7pm

🍬Tigerton – 5pm-7pm

🍬Townsend – 4pm-7pm

🍬Two Rivers – 5pm-7pm

🍬Underhill – 4pm-6pm

🍬Utica – 5pm-7pm

🍬Waupaca – 5pm-7pm

🍬Wausau – 4pm-7pm

🍬Wausaukee – 3:30pm-6:30pm

🍬Weyauwega – 4pm-7pm

🍬Winneconne – 4pm-7pm

🍬Wittenberg — 4pm-6pm

🍬Wrightstown – 4pm-7pm




🍬Kellnersville – 1pm-3pm


**This is my list of unknown dates for 2019.  If you know of any, please let me know thru Facebook or email.  Thank you!

Bear Creek – 5pm-7pm

Bowler — 5pm-7pm

Caroline – 5pm-7pm

Cecil – 5pm-7pm

Clayton – 4pm-7pm

Coloma – 5pm-7pm

Cooperstown – 4pm-6pm

Goodman – 5pm-7pm

Keshena — 2pm-5pm

Mattoon – 2pm-5pm

Mountain – 3pm-5pm

Neopit — 2pm-5pm

Ogdensburg – 5pm-7pm

Poy Sippi – 3pm-6pm

Redgranite — 3pm-5pm

Red Springs — 4pm-6pm

Rhine – 1pm-3pm

Rockland – 4pm-7pm

Sister Bay – 1pm-3pm

Taycheedah — 3:30pm-5:30pm

Whitelaw – 2pm-4pm

Date Night/Day Ideas

Date Night/Day Ideas

  • Posted by: admin
  • 15 September,2019

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Over the course of a relationship, date nights go through many stages: from romantic and adventurous to cheap and stuck-in-a-rut.  We’ve all been there! It’s hard to carve out that extra time on a regular basis for each other but having fun, trying new things, connecting and quality time are all necessary for a successful relationship.

So, whether your relationship is new or you have been together for a while, these are refreshing and fun ideas that you can enjoy together throughout the year! Do you have an idea for our list? Email it to northeastwiactivities@gmail.com.



✨ Dinner & a Movie – a classic idea!


✨ Bowling –  There are bowling alleys all over our area! Add in some food, drinks and a little wager and it makes for a great date. ?


✨ Comedy Club – We have three great ones around Northeast WI.  Oshkosh gives us the Backlot Comedy House, De Pere gives us Comedy City and Appleton has Skyline Comedy Cafe, all great for some big belly laughs and snorts!!


✨ Breweries – Northeast WI has an quite the history of making and drinking beer.  Check out a brewery and find out more!


✨ Wineries – Find a great list right on our website of area Wineries!


✨ Sports Games – We have some phenomenal area sports teams that love our support and are much cheaper than a Packers Game Ticket!  Check out the Green Bay Blizzard, the Green Bay Gamblers, the Wisconsin Herd, the Timber Rattlers, the Fox Cities Ice Dogs, the DePere Deacons or the Green Bay Booyah!  All great teams to watch throughout the year!


✨ Drive In Theaters are a perfect summer night out and you can find one in Door County, Chilton, Shawano and Freedom!


✨ Fishing – something you can do all year round! (Free Fishing weekends are January 19-20, 2019 and June 1-2, 2019)


✨ Escape Rooms are the new and trendy thing and FUN!  There is one in Appleton. There are two in Green Bay, Escape Room Green Bay and Green Bay Escape. One in Oshkosh and Manitowoc.


✨ Volunteer Together! It can help you reduce stress, combat depression, keep you mentally stimulated, and provide a sense of purpose.  It will improve your health and happiness and we all need more of that!


✨ Horseback Riding – Saddle up and take in the beautiful scenery of Northeast WI. It’s a great way to enjoy a date!


✨ Hike a Trail in Northeast WI, we have plenty to choose from.


✨ Check out a Concert – We have plenty of big names that come to our area all year long.  Sometimes spending that extra money to see one of your favorite singers is well worth the experience and creates priceless memories.


✨ Go to the Beach!  During those hot summer days, pack up the cooler with snacks and drinks and head to a local beach and relax.


✨ Theaters are a great night out.  Add a dinner before or after the show and you have a great date!


✨ Picnic at a Park is a simple but significant way to spend a date.


✨ Create & Paint – Want to learn how to paint or create something specifically you?  Check out our list of area art places.


✨ Local Music or Karaoke is always a popular date night!


✨ Shooting Range – There are indoor and outdoor ranges all over Northeast WI and are a great self confidence builder.


✨ Take a Dance Class – Step outside the box and learn something new.  This is a great idea to help rekindle the romance…


✨ Skiing – Explore a ski hill, then cozy up in a comfy resort and have some hot cocoa.


✨ Tubing/Sledding Hills – Enjoy the exhilaration of flying down a hill together!


✨ Take a Yoga/Exercise Class, it’s a great way to motivate and encourage each other and it’s gets those endorphins going….you know those good endorphins!


✨ Take that date to an Art Gallery and enjoy the conversations that the different art pieces bring.


✨ Barlow Planetarium – Take in the night sky under the dome! Very romantic.


✨ Go to a Zoo – Life is already a zoo, that’s why we should all take an hour or two and visit one.


✨ Check out a local Museum and take in the history that it offers.


✨ Netflix and Chill – Get some delivery, make some popcorn or snacks and grab the remote. Snuggle into each other and binge watch some movies or get caught up on a favorite TV show.


✨ Go out for Ice Cream!


✨ Strawberry Picking in the Summer is a great time to slow down, enjoy the day and some fresh strawberries.


✨ Learn all about Maple Syrup in late winter/early spring.  There are always workshops or classes that will be available.


✨ Apple Orchards in the Fall are another time to slow down and enjoy the act of picking apples and just being together and maybe baking some new apple recipes.


✨ Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes make for a great date in the fall.


✨ Give your date day/night a little challenge with a session of Paintball.


✨ Test your Smarts at Trivia Night.  Go at it as a team or take a chance and battle each other.


✨ Ice Skating is always a fun date idea especially when holding hands gliding across the ice is involved.


✨ If skating outside isn’t your thing, then try some Roller Skating.


✨ Cave Exploring in the Summer and Fall is exciting.  Just be ready to get a little dirty together.  Check out the caves in Maribel or in Chilton.


✨ Farmer’s Markets are a great way to spend time together and help support your local community.


✨ Community or High School Plays are a great date night and you are helping support the community theater and local schools.


✨ Try to find some new old treasures at the local Flea Markets in our area.


✨ We are always looking for that one piece that is going to be worth millions, so why not take that special someone with you and look together at Estate Sales or Auctions.


✨ Explore one of the many lakes or rivers in a Kayak or Canoe.  Just don’t forget the sunscreen.


✨ Add some Adventure to your date and try something new in Northeast WI.


✨ Go to a Driving Range and hit some Golf Balls, take on some Mini Golf or try the real thing and head to a local Golf Course! ⛳


✨ Since we live in Northeast WI, there are opportunities to take some factory tours of cheese plants or even the farms where that milk came from.


✨ Check out some Real Estate Open Houses. Always fun to dream about the future or get ideas for the next remodel.


✨ Check out our Calendar of Events and find even more things to do for a date night/day idea!

It’s the 2019 Haunting Season…..BOO!

It’s the 2019 Haunting Season…..BOO!

  • Posted by: admin
  • 11 September,2019

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(Updated 10/5/19).

Let’s talk Haunted Houses, Trails, Hayrides, Parks and More!  The darkness and shadows, the noises and smells, things that go ‘bump’ in the night, lights flickering on and off and your screams are what you can find during Haunting Season.  Here are some Haunted Attractions to check out in Northeast WI.

You will have to follow the link to find out more on each one.  There are so many attractions in our area, that adding all the details would have made this 8 pages long.   If I did miss any Haunts, please let me know.  The following list is in alphabetical order.

#hauntedactivities #newactivities #scaryfun  #screamsforeveryone  #frightnights

****  These Haunted Attractions are NOT for the little ones!  Child friendly haunts will be on a different post.   ****



Address:  Appleton North High School,  5000 North Ballard Rd.,  Appleton

Dates: October 25 & 26     Times: 1pm-4pm and 6pm-10pm both days

Cost:  $7.00/adults     $5.00 for Children under 12yrs.




Address:  500 N. Lake St., Neenah, WI

Dates:  Sept. 21, 27 & 28 and October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 31 and Nov. 1 & 2

Friday & Saturday from 6:45pm-11:30pm,  Sunday & Thursday from 6:45pm-10pm

Times:  Ticket Lines open 6:45pm all nights.        Cost:  Visit Website for more info.




Address:  N10450 Camp 5 Rd., Crivitz, WI

Dates:  October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 and Nov. 1-2    Times:  7pm-10pm

Cost:  $6.00/person




Address:  915 Tapawingo Rd., Mishicot, WI

Dates:  October 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 31 and Nov. 1 & 2        Cost: $15.00/ticket (Cash only)

Time: 7pm-11pm




Address:  Ledgeview Nature Center, W2348 Short Rd.,  Chilton, WI

Dates:  October 18 & 19        Cost:  $8.00/person (18 & older)  $6.00/person (17 & younger)

Time:  Friday 5:30pm-8:30pm  and Saturday 4:30pm-8:30pm





Address:  N11818 Cedar Rd.,  Birnamwood, WI

Dates:  October 25th and 26th     Times:  7pm-11pm     Cost:  $10.00/adult, $5.00/ 10 & under




Address:  2024 N. 15th St. in Sheboygan

Dates:  October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, 31 and Nov 1-2

Kids day:  October 26 from 2pm-4pm.

Time:  7pm-10pm          Cost:  $15.00 (there are lots of specials, so be sure to check the website for more info)




Address: Greenville Community Park at Hwys 15 & 76.

Dates/Times: October 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 from 7:30pm-10pm

Cost: $10.00/person





Address:  Beja Shriners,  1950 Bond St.,  Green Bay

Dates:  October 4-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31 and Nov. 1-2

Time:  Thursdays 7pm-10pm, Friday/Saturday 7pm-11pm

Cost:  $20.00 General Admission





Address:  Memorial Park at 1131 Tullar Road in Neenah

Dates:  October 4th & 5th         Time:  7pm-10pm          Cost:  $5.00/person




Address:  Hatten Park,  Werner Allen Rd.,  New London

Dates:  October 25th      Time:  6:45pm-9pm        Cost:  $3.00/person




Address: 104 S. John St., Neenah, WI

Dates:  Every Friday and Saturday in October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26         Times:  7pm-10pm

Cost:  No charge for entrance but asking for donation of $1.00

FYI:  Like every year they will accommodate to your liking of scary. They love being able to give first time haunted house goers an option.




Address: Hickory Hills Country Club, W3095 Hickory Hills Road in Chilton.

Dates: October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26

Times: 6:30pm – 9:30pm     Cost: $13.00 Adults and $7.00 Students 13 and under




Address:  Cavanaugh’s Carriages,  3910 Fairview Rd.,  Neenah

Dates: October 11/12, 18/19, 25/26 and November 1/2

Time:  7pm-10pm          Cost:  (This was price for 2018) $10.00/person  and $5.00 for 11yrs. and under




Address:  N3762 Maple Grove Rd in Weyauwega

Dates:  Starts October 11th and goes til October 31st         Cost:  At will Donation!

Times:  Sunday – Thursday 7:00- 9:00pm,  Friday, Saturday 7:00- 10:00pm





Address:  Quietwoods South Camping Resort,  9245 Lovers Lane,  Brussels

Dates: October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26

Times:  Fridays 6:30pm-10pm and Saturdays 4:30pm-10pm

Cost: $15.00/person General Admission.




Address:  The Millstone of Iola Mills,  300 N. Main St.,  Iola, WI

Dates:  October 19, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 31      Time:  7pm-11pm

Cost:  TBA/adults






Address:  Neenah’s Old City Garage,  333 W. Cecil St.,  Neenah

Dates:  October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, and 26

Times:  6pm-9:30pm          Cost:  $5 for students and $10 for adults





👻 INSOMNIA Haunted House

Address: W12505 Roosevelt Rd in Gresham

Dates/Times:  September 20-21, 27-28 and October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, 31 and November 1-2 from 7pm-11pm

Cost: $10.00/person





Address:  8246 County Rd. S in Sobieski

Dates/Times:  October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, 31 and Nov. 1-2    7pm-11pm

October 24, 31, 1-2 are 7pm-10pm

Cost: $15.00/person





Address:  1206 25th St.,  Two Rivers

Dates: September 27-28 and October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26         Time: 7pm-11pm        Cost (cash only at site or order tickets online): $20.00/person





Address: National Railroad Museum,  2285 S Broadway,  Green Bay

Dates/Times:  September 13, 20, 21, 27, 28   October 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 29 & 30 : 7pm – 10pm

October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 & 31: 7pm – 11pm

October 6 & 27: Kid’s Day, Noon – 4pm

November 1 & 2: BLACKOUT, 7pm – 11:30 pm

Cost:  Please check the website for all the details.




Address:  4295 County Hwy J,  Oconto, WI

Dates:  October  5, 11-12, 18-19, 25

Times:  7pm-11pm          Cost: $15.00/person




Address:  Commando Paintball Sports,  2055 West Frontier Rd.,  Little Suamico

Dates:  October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26-27

Time:  7pm-11:30pm          Cost:  Find different package costs on their Website.





2019 FYI:

Colton’s Haunted House in Peshtigo is now CLOSED.

The Morgue Haunted House in DePere is now CLOSED.

Gags’ Nightmare: A Haunting Experience in Green Bay is CLOSED.

Haunted Submarine at Wisconsin Maritime Museum in Manitowoc is CLOSED.

Panic Chambers in Gresham is now CLOSED.

Splatter Haus Haunted House – Sheboygan is now CLOSED!

Misery Haunted House in Neenah is now CLOSED!

Haunted Hospital in Pickett will not be open for 2019.

Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches and Fall Family Fun!

Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches and Fall Family Fun!

  • Posted by: admin
  • 04 September,2019

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With Fall upon us, what better way to enjoy the season than to visit Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches? Most farms include extras like Hayrides and Kids Activity Areas and are inexpensive ways to create priceless memories with your families. Here is our list of area farms (in alphabetical order) in Northeast WI that offer great Fall Family Fun!


🎃 AUTUMN ACRES – SCHAIRER’S FARM,  194 Western Ave, Birnamwood, WI  715-573-8397

September 7th til October 31st

Hours:  Friday – Noon-7pm,    Saturday – 10-6pm,   Sunday – 11-6pm

Rates: Adults- Age 13: $8.00   Ages 12-3: $6.00   Ages 2 & Under are free.

Wagon Rides are priced separately @ $3.00 and ages 2 & Under free.

We invite you to come on out and make memories with your family.  Pick some pumpkins, take a wagon ride, get lost in the corn maze and enjoy the outdoors.


🎃 BERGESON’S FARM   N3166 Jandt Rd, Peshtigo    715-789-2664

Opening October 5th thru October 27th.  9am-4pm on Weekends.

Enjoy a Hayride to the Pumpkin Patch and try the Corn Maze while you are there.


🎃 BERRYLAND,  (East Frontage Rd.) 5687 Steinkraus Ln, Abrams  920-826-7297

Opening September 21st thru October 31st. 9am-5:30pm everyday. Child Friendly Haunted Hayrides Saturdays and Sundays-  Rides 10am to 4pm, $7 per rider includes a pumpkin you pick in the field. Kid friendly Haunted Hayrides and more 10am-4pm Weekends.

Enjoy the Pumpkin Patch, Child Friendly Haunted Hayrides, Munchkin Maze, Ducky Derby, Pony Hops, Face Painting, Giant Bale Fort, Corn Box, Game Tent  and Lots of Fall Fun.


🎃 BLASER’S ACRES, 2556 School Lane, Suamico  920-655-0483

Opening Date September 15th thru October 31st from 9am-7pm.

They feature a corn maze that the entire family can enjoy, kids activities and so much more.

Find Pumpkins, Corn Stalks, all the freshest Fall items for sale as well.


🎃 CORNY ACRES,  W7826 Nejedlo Rd, Wausaukee    715-856-5436

Opening Date is September 21st and open every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-5pm

They have a Corn Maze, a Pumpkin Patch and more.


🎃 CUFF FARMS,  N2299 Ledge Hill Rd, Hortonville    920-779-4788

Open September 26th thru October 31st.  Thursday-Sunday from 10am-5pm.

Offering a “Pumpkin Picking” ride to the field to pick a pumpkin of your choice, mini pumpkins, gourds, and colored corn. Or purchase our pumpkins and fall products from our shed. Enjoy our round-bale climbing area, a straw-bale maze, a sorghum grass maze, a straw catepillar, and a straw slide. Family fun for everyone!


🎃 DELZER’S PUMPKIN FARM, 9581 Delzer Circle, Oconto Falls, WI   920-848-8394

September 28th – October 27th  from 11pm-4pm on Saturdays and Sundays. (This is their last year!)

Activities Include:  Haunted Hayrides, Halloween Corn Maze, Animal Zoo, Foods & Crafts, Haunted Granary, Face Painting and More.   $7 / Ticket – Includes 4 Activites.



🎃 HARVEST HILL FAMILY FARM, N9339 French Rd., Seymour, WI

Saturdays and Sunday from 10am-6pm, September 14th thru October 27th.

There is no admission fee! Pumpkins (several varieties), 10 acre corn maze, petting zoo, affordable activities for the kiddos, cute animals, and plenty of great picture opportunities. Activities include: Pumpkin Launcher, Pumpkin Painting, Petting Zoo, Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin, Corn Maze, Pumpkin Bowling, Tic-Tac-Toe, Connect Four, Cornhole and more!


🎃 HIDDEN STREAM FARM FALL FESTIVAL1117 Planeview Dr., Oshkosh, WI           920-420-9973

Saturdays and Sundays from 11am until 5pm, September 21st thru October 28th.

There is no admission fee so you can visit Hidden Stream Farm as much as you like. There is plenty to do when you get here but some activities do require the purchase of tickets or a wristband. The activities are very reasonable, and a family can spend the whole day without breaking the bank.We encourage you to bring a picnic lunch and have a nice old fashioned family outing.


🎃 THE LITTLE FARMER,  N9438 Hwy 151, Malone, WI   920-921-4784

Opening Date – September 7th through October 28th from 10am-6pm.

From September through October, catch a tractor pulled hay ride to the patches on Saturday and Sunday. This wagon runs from 11am to 4pm (weather permitting and there is a fee).  There is a playground for small children and toddlers. You can find a straw mountain, a straw maze, a trike path for little tykes on trikes, swings and teepees.

There is also a Corn Maze on a little over 2 acres. Make sure to check out the Barnyard full of fun little animals. Goats, chickens, cattle and more.


🎃 MEUER FARM, N2564 US Hwy 151, Chilton, WI   920-418-2676

No Corn Maze this year but there is still fun to be had on Fridays and Saturdays in October from 10am-5pm, the following will be available:
Hayrides on our 2 mile trail (not if it’s raining)
Activity Area with the tube slide, duck races, corn box, straw fort
Country Store open for shopping.




 🎃 MULBERRY LANE FARMS,  W3190 County Rd. B, Hilbert, WI 920-989-3130

September 13th thru October 31st. Open Everday – Mon thru Fri from 10am-3pm and Saturday/Sunday from 9:30am-4pm.

Guests are invited to the pumpkin patch to pick their own FREE pumpkin! Farmer Pat LOVES taking guests out on the hayride. The hay wagon pulled by the farm’s tractor takes you to the back of the farm. Keep your eyes open as you circle around the pasture where you may see cattle, ponies and horses grazing. You will also have a chance to Milk a Cow, Catch a Chicken, Kiss a Pig, Cuddle a Kitten, Hand feed Goats and Sheep and Ride a Pony.  Don’t forget to visit the Farm Concession Stand.


🎃 PETER’S PUMPKIN PATCH  N181 State Hwy 55, Kaukauna  920-243-8411

Opening September 15th through October 31st.  Monday – Friday from 12pm-8pm and Saturday-Sunday from 8am-8pm.

Pick your own Pumpkins or Pre-picked available.


🎃 POLLY’S PUMPKIN PATCH, N4367 Hwy 57, Chilton, WI   920-849-4819

Opening daily on September 7th til October 31st.

Mon-Thurs 10 am-4 pm,  Friday, 10am -10 pm,  Saturday 8:30 am-10pm,
Sunday 8:30am- 4 pm.

Have a fun filled day with the Corn Maze, the Free Family Fun Center, Polly’s Pets, Hillbilly Downs, Wagon Rides, Food, Corn Cannons and More!  See all the info on times and admission rates on their website.



🎃 PORTER’S PATCH, W4314 State Hwy. 156, Bonduel, WI   715-758-8162

FARMTOBERFEST…..our Fall Family Farm Fun Adventure is every weekend, September 14th thru October 27th from 11am to 4pm, weather permitting.  You have plenty of options for the kids and family with a Corn Maze, pumpkin painting, Wagon Hay Rides, Corn Cob Chuck, Scarecrow Making, the Farm store and so much more.



🎃 SUNNY ACRES FARM,    4759 Cty Hwy GG, Oshkosh, WI   920-582-7146

August 31st – October 31st  everyday from 10am-6pm

Pumpkins, corn maze, farmstand and lots of kid activities.


🎃 TURNER’S FRESH MARKET  E208 State Rd. 54, Waupaca      715-258-3355

Open September 28th thru October 27th  Saturdays 10am-5pm.

Fall Activities on the Farm include a Corn Maze, Kids Games, Barrel Train Rides, Hay Rides to the Pumpkin Patch, Bale Maze, Pumpkin Decorating and more. Don’t forget to get some Apple Cider and Caramel Apples.


🎃 WILFERT FARMS 7528 Manitou Dr, Two Rivers   920-683-3264

Open daily at 9am but please call ahead.

You can pick your own or select from a large assortment of decorative, jack-0-lantern, pie, or white pumpkins that have already been picked.

In addition we offer colored corn, corn stalks, and gourds for all your fall    decorating needs.


Another just outside of the area I cover is:

**Zedland Farm in Lomira, WI   http://www.zedlandfarm.com/

** Grampa’s Farm in Merrill, WI  http://grampasfarm.net/


The following places have not confirmed any days or hours for this years fall fun.

CAVANAUGH’S FALL FAMILY FUN3910 W. Fairview Rd. Neenah  920-836-2013   Saturdays and Sundays in October from 10am-4pm          Hayride through woods, pet the animals, pick a pumpkin from the patch, $8 per person and children 2 and under free.


 SCHOPF’S DAIRYVIEW FARM, 5169 County Rd. I, Sturgeon Bay, WI  920-743-9779  (sent message 8/26/19)          Open daily in season – 10 am – 4 pm.  August 10th til October 31st. (Rain or Shine)           Enjoy the Dairy View Corn Maze each year usually from late summer through the end of October…   Within the maze there are three optional games… plus a special small tot’s section, all based on finding specific locations shown on the maze map. Uniquely shaped paper punches await the players at each of the destination points. Players are expected to find all of the stations and punch their cards as proof of completing the maze games. Some players even compete against the clock. You can also go on a Dairy Tour and eat Homemade Ice Cream.          Admission… Tickets are $7 per person, children 3 and under are free.

Fall Into Autumn!

Fall Into Autumn!

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  • 27 August,2019

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We are falling into the Autumn Season!  The days are getting shorter, the leaves are starting to change and the mornings will grow chilly as the summer season fades away and the kids go back to school.  As fall approaches, there is a new variety of activities and events to enjoy.  Here’s a few fun ideas to add to your list of things to do this Fall.


  1. 🍂 Go Apple Pickin’
  2. 🍂Corn Mazes are open and ready for you to get lost!
  3. 🍂 Paint, Craft & Make Art! It’s a great time to Get Creative!
  4. 🍂 Take a Drive and see the Fall Foliage! Fall is beautiful around our area!
  5. 🍂 Visit a Zoo one more time this year!
  6. 🍂 On the rainy days, take the kids to a Roller Rink and get your skate on!
  7. 🍂 Take a Walk or Bike Ride on the 83 miles of the Mountain Bay Trail or 20 miles of the Fox River Trail.  #getintonature
  8. 🍂 Experience one of the many Fall Festivals that are happening in our area.  Every weekend there is a new one, just check our calendar.
  9. 🍂 Lambeau Field Tours in Green Bay are a must do!
  10. 🍂 Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary in Green Bay is free and educational and don’t forget to bring a little money to buy corn and feed the ducks and geese.
  11. 🍂 Badger Sports Park in Appleton offers lots of fun all year.
  12. 🍂 Plan a trip around Marinette County to see the 12 different Waterfalls!
  13. 🍂 Check out your Local Parks.  You could visit a new park every weekend.  The kids would love it.
  14. 🍂 Edge VR Arcade is something new to Green Bay and kids are loving it!
  15. 🍂 It is Harvest season at the Wineries around our area, a great time to take a tour and try a few samples.
  16. 🍂 Take those kids to Try Hockey For Free!
  17. 🍂 Have a Laugh at Comedy City in DePere, Skyline Comedy Club in Appleton or Backlot Comedy House in Oshkosh.
  18. 🍂 There are Nature Centers all over Northeast WI just waiting for you to walk their trails and learn more about the environment and critters.
  19. 🍂 Find out about the stars in our skies at Barlow Planetarium in Menasha.
  20. 🍂 Museums are everywhere and are a great educational experience!
  21. 🍂 Pick the perfect pumpkin at a Pumpkin Patch in our area.  pumpkin patch.
  22. 🍂 Halloween is just around the corner, find your trick or treat time on our site!
  23. 🍂 It is Football Season,  watch a local high school, college or NFL team throw around the pig skin.
  24. 🍂 Tour a Local Brewery and sample the beers!
  25. 🍂 There is most likely an Oktoberfest near you.  Try the great food and beer and bring a friend!
  26. 🍂 Looking to buy something unique?  There are Craft Shows everywhere with great items for sale, just check our calendar to find one near you!
  27. 🍂 Gamblers Hockey starts, find their schedule here.
  28. 🍂 Now is a great time to take a family photo for the upcoming Holiday Cards!
  29. 🍂 The Performing Arts Season is opening at many local theaters and the upcoming shows are going to be Amazing! Check out the Weidner Center shows in Green Bay, the Fox Cities Performing Arts shows in Appleton, the Grand Opera House shows in Oshkosh or the Capitol Civic Centre shows in Manitowoc.
  30. 🍂 Spend a day Antiquing and find that perfect priceless treasure.
  31. 🍂 Collect Food for your local food pantries or food banks.
  32. 🍂 Get Scared at one of the several Haunted Houses or Trails in our area.
  33. 🍂 Just Netflix and chill on the colder Autumn nights.
  34. 🍂 Take the kids and enjoy Bookworm Gardens in Sheboygan.
  35. 🍂 Cheer on the runners for the Fox Cities Marathon.
  36. 🍂 Take part in a Turkey Trot in November.
  37. 🍂 Take some time and decorate for fall, pinterest will give you thousands of awesome ideas.

Northeast WI Wineries

Northeast WI Wineries

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  • 26 August,2019

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It is always the perfect season to stop at a local Winery.  Go for the informative tours and demonstrations or just for a casual day of wine tasting, then meet some of the winemakers and hear first hand their enthusiasm for what they do.  You can also enjoy one of the many events that our wineries host throughout the year.

Here is our list of Northeast WI Wineries.  If you know of any others, please email me the information at northeastwiactivities@gmail.com.


Brown County

🍷** Captain’s Walk Winery in Green Bay.

🍷** Duck Creek Vineyard & Winery in Denmark.

🍷** Ledgestone Vineyards in Greenleaf.

🍷** Mona Rose Winery in Green Bay.

🍷** Trout Springs Winery in Greenleaf.



Calumet County

🍷** Quinney Estate Winery in Chilton.



Door County

🍷** Door 44 Winery in Sturgeon Bay.

🍷** Door Peninsula Winery in Sturgeon Bay.

🍷** Harbor Ridge Winery in Egg Harbor.

🍷** Lautenbach’s Orchard Country Winery in Fish Creek.

🍷** Red Oak Vineyard & Winery in Sturgeon Bay.

🍷** Simon Creek Vineyard & Winery in Sturgeon Bay.

🍷** Stone’s Throw Winery in Egg Harbor.



Fond du Lac County

🍷** Vines & Rushes Winery in Ripon.



Kewaunee County

🍷** Cold Country Vines & Wines in Kewaunee.

🍷** Parallel 44 Vineyard & Winery in Kewaunee.

🍷** Von Stiehl Winery in Algoma.



Manitowoc County

** None Found.



Marinette County

🍷** Forgotten Fire Winery in Marinette.



Oconto County

** None Found.



Outagamie County

🍷** Kerrigan Brothers Winery in Freedom.



Shawano County

** None Found.



Sheboygan County

🍷** SoLu Estate Winery & Meadery in Cascade.



Waupaca County

** None Found.


Winnebago County

** None Found.

Oktoberfest 2019 | Northeast WI Activities

Oktoberfest 2019 | Northeast WI Activities

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  • 16 August,2019

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Whether you spell it ‘Oktoberfest’ or ‘Octoberfest’, you can find a celebration somewhere in Northeast Wisconsin.  More than 40% of Wisconsin residents report that they are partly or fully German, which means this is the most common heritage in our state and we know how to celebrate it the right way.   So, grab your beer stein and let yourself enjoy the German brews, the sights of lederhosen, the smell of bratwurst and the sounds of the German musik at one of the following events!

(If there are any other Oktoberfest celebrations, just email me at northeastwiactivities@gmail.com with the details and I will add it! Thanks.)

🍺 Appleton Octoberfest – September 27th-28th.  Octoberfest weekend kicks off with License to Cruise, a classic car show on Friday night at 6pm. Complete with about 400 classic cars, live music and great food, you won’t want to miss one of Appleton’s largest car shows.

On Saturday, come to Appleton’s largest block party. Music starts as early as 9am, the full band line up is available on the music page. Arts and Crafts and the Family Fun area are also available at 9am.  And, don’t forget about all the great food booths; local not-for-profits put in a lot of time and hard work to raise money for their organizations during this one day event.

🍺 Crivitz Oktoberfest – September 14th from 11am-11pm.   German Food, Bier, Games & Live Musik! The Tapping of the Keg at 11:00am.  Bratwurst, Kielbasa, Weisswurst & Wieners from Pelkin’s Smokey Meat Market in Crivitz.  Domestic & German Imported Beers to try and enjoy.  For the kids….  Pumpkin Decorating Contest, Bouncy Houses, Face Painting & Much More!  And back by popular demand for the Adults…  Fraulein’s Beer Stein Race, Starken Mann Stein Hoistin Contest, Yodeling Contest, Sauerkruat Eating Contest.

🍺 Crooked Lake Oktoberfest – October 12th from 11am-11pm. There will be an outdoor craft market, free pumpkin decorating for the kids, free hayrides, minnow races for young and old, the traditional Beer Garden, Live music by Whitey and more.

🍺 Kohler Falls Oktoberfest – September 13th-14th.  Enjoy a Sheepshead Tournament (a centuries-old European card game), a Cornhole Tournament, Oktoberfest 5K Run/Walk, the Oktoberfest Beer Olympics and fun inflatables for the kids. Live German music and food complete the experience, with traditional instruments like flugel horns, Austrian oval tenor horns accordion and more.

🍺 Neenah – Lion’s Tail Oktoberfest – September 20th-21st.  The event will be hosted on the brewery grounds in the shadows of Downtown Neenah’s Historic Clocktower.  Wear your dirndl or lederhosen if you like, and partake in the annual celebration of German-style beer, wine, food and fun! Our outdoor beer garden will feature 8 German-style beers, German wines & Root Beer, Hammerschlagen fundraiser game (Habitat for Humanity), contests (Best Polka Couple, Best Dressed, Stein Holding) and an awesome live music lineup on stage. The Boys & Girls Brigade of Neenah will be hosting a German-style Food Court with a variety of German Festival Foods (2 German Sausage sandwiches, Pulled pork on Pretzel bun, Soft Pretzels, etc), with all proceeds benefiting the Brigade.

🍺 Omro Oktoberfest – October 12th from 9am-5pm.  There will be a beer garden, craft & vendor fair, music, kids activities and so much more!

🍺 Oshkosh Oktoberfest – October 5th from 11am-10pm.  Today will be packed with fun activities including the WI Cornhole Tourney, 2K Bier Run, masskrugstemmen (steinholding), costume and frankfurter eating contests, German food, German music and so much more.

🍺 Shawano Octoberfest – October 5th from 9am-4pm.  Free live music, Food, Crafts, Vendors, Kids activities and fun.

🍺 Oktoberfest in Sheboygan at Al & Al’s Stein Haus – October 4th-5th.  Every year, the family-owned restaurant hosts an incredible Oktoberfest celebration offering authentic German entertainment and brews and eats like bratwurst, German potato salad, sauerbraten, goulash and more. Saturday morning features the popular Wiener Dog Races, a fun costume and race contest that benefits the Humane Society, and the rest of the day is filled up with even more food and drink and some of the best entertainment around!

🍺  Waupaca Oktoberfest – September 6th from 4:30pm-9pm.  Tickets $12 in advance $15 at the door (includes beer and or wine sampling) available at Waupaca Area Chamber or from a Rotarian. 16 Craft beers to try. German food available on site.

🍺 Oktoberfest in Greenville – September 14th from 4pm-7pm.   It will start with Mass on the Hill at 4:00 and move into music, food, drinks, games for teens and kids and car show.

Apple Pickin’ Orchards

Apple Pickin’ Orchards

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  • 15 August,2019

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The leaves will start turning and the air will become a little more brisk, signaling the change of seasons from Summer to Fall.  Whether you want to go apple picking, sip warm apple cider or even decorate some caramel apples, there’s an Apple Orchard for you and your family!  My list focuses on the Pick your own Orchards but make sure that you take a moment while picking those apples and enjoy the scenery around you and take in the Autumn adventures you are having.  These great events, like Apple Pickin’, lead to lasting memories!

Call ahead before you visit your Orchard to ensure that it is Open.  Many vary in hours due to staff, weather and product availability.


🍎 Oneida Nation Apple Orchard 

Address/Phone: 3976 W. Mason St., Green Bay, WI      920.869.2468


The Apple Orchard has 30 acres of original orchard and an additional 10 acres of new orchard, which now totals approximately 4,000 trees. The majority of the apples are McIntosh, Cortlands, and Honey Golds with twenty other varieties also available. There is also a wide variety of fresh produce products such as: strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, sweetcorn, squash and pumpkins.  Pick your own apples starts the Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019! Big Apple Fest is September 21st.



🍎 Choice Orchards

Address/Phone: 4594 County Rd. HH, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235       920-743-8980


Mid September through Mid October, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., 7 days a week.  Join us in our orchard and pick your own apples! In our market we have 20 varieties of already picked apples.  We also have cider, jams, jellies, caramel apples, and cookbooks for you to enjoy.


🍎 Star Orchard

Address/Phone: 253 County Rd. CE, Kaukauna, WI 54130           920-759-9294

Website:  http://www.starorchard.com/

Star Orchard offers a wide variety of “Pick Your Own” Apples and will open Friday, August 30th. You can pick to your heart’s desire. For those of you more interested in eating than picking, visit our retail store for pre-picked apples.  In addition to apples, our salesroom has honey, jams, jellies, salsa, salad dressings, mustards, maple syrup, and caramel apple toppings. This year we have added popcorn from End-of-the-Trail Candy Shoppe and dip mixes. Our bird population has inspired us to make bird seed available also.  We often have cider and caramel apples – first come, first served!


🍎 Heritage Orchard

Address/Phone: N2963 Lake Shore Dr., Chilton, WI      920-849-2158

Website:  https://www.heritageorchardwi.com/

The Orchard is open every day from 9am to 5pm from August 31st to November 2nd.  The orchard is a great place for families to enjoy the crisp, colorful days of fall. Growing apples has always been our main focus. Raised for quality – harvested for peak flavor and crispness – sold fresh at affordable prices. Pick your own or choose your favorite from 20 different varieties in our farm market. Free samples are always available.


🍎 Pleasant View Orchard

Address/Phone:  W6050 Chapman Rd., Niagara, WI    715-927-2450

Website:  www.pleasantvieworchard.com

Pleasant View Orchard is a family run orchard, dedicated to providing high quality apples to the local market.  Pick your own or head into the new retail shop and find pies, breads, cookies, cinnatwists and caramel apples. Opens early September.


🍎 Everflow Farm and Orchard

Address/Phone: W3945 Landstad Rd., Bonduel, WI   715-758-8366

Website:  http://www.everfloworchard.com

They have a little bit of everything. Toward the end of summer, the apples will be ready for picking!  Before you know it, they will be selling asparagus, beans, peppers, tomatoes, corn, honey, farm fresh eggs and more available!


🍎 Hofacker’s Hillside Orchard

Address/Phone:  W3694 Wege Rd., Appleton, WI    920-734-0780

A wide variety of apples are always available in store or pick your own.  The type of apples will vary, depending upon the time of season.
There are also jams, caramel apples, honey, maple syrup, cider and so much more available in the store.

🍎 Apple Valley Orchard


Address/Phone:  1670 Mar-El Rd., DePere, WI  54115   920-336-0667
Opens Mid September for the season!

Rain or shine, picking your own apples is always the best way to go. Bring out the kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews. We have 18 varieties of apples to choose from at Apple Valley Orchard LLC. You and your family will have a blast and go home with a bushel of fresh, juicy apples to nosh on. Enjoy our orchard on both weekend and weekdays. On weekends, jump aboard one of our trams to bring you out to the orchard.



🍎 Hillside Apples

Address/Phone:  E2237 Hwy 54, Casco, WI    920-837-7440


We grow about 30 different varieties of apples, pears, pumpkins & squash. When you come to pick, you may walk or drive your car into the orchard with your family. Bring a picnic and enjoy the farmland and our beautiful orchard. Do something fun on your day at the orchard! On weekends in September and October, you may enjoy a free wagon ride to and from the orchard and pumpkin patch. This is what family memories are made of! This is what your children will remember when they grow up! Opens early September.



🍎 Bauer’s Apple Shed

Address/Phone:  W7763 Wisconsin Ave., Hortonville, WI    920-757-6187


There are  presently over 300 trees of all sizes and 15 varieties.  Head to the website to find out what varieties are presently ripe and ready for picking.  Feel free to bring your families and cameras out and enjoy an apple picking experience.  The sales room in the Apple Shed sells Apples, Jams, Honey,  Apple syrup, Pumpkins, Squash and Gourds are available. Opens late August.



🍎 Lautenbach’s Orchard

Address/Phone:  9197 Hwy 42, Fish Creek, WI     920-868-3749


Spend a crisp autumn day in our orchards picking a variety of fresh apples. Bags are provided and varieties include: Macintosh, Cortland, Jonagold, Honeygold, Gala and Macoun. (Picking is while supplies last).  Opens September 21st with their annual Fall Harvest Fest.



Unison Credit Union’s Splish Splash Bash!

Unison Credit Union’s Splish Splash Bash!

Nothing says summer quite like cooling off by the water with friends and family. That’s why Unison Credit Union’s Splish Splash Bash is bringing family-friendly fun to the Fox Valley and Green Bay area this July.

Through new and returning family-focused events at local pools and parks across Northeast Wisconsin, Unison is showing appreciation to its communities while welcoming the long-awaited swimming season. The month-long occasion celebrates summer through local special events at four popular spots:

🏊Ashwaubomay Lake in Ashwaubenon

🏊Doyle Pool in Little Chute

🏊Kaukauna Municipal Pool in Kaukauna

🏊Plamann Lake in Grand Chute

Unison’s Splish Splash Bash was a success last summer, and they are excited to bring back the fun. So, help us get back into the “swim” of things, mark your calendars, grab your friends and we’ll see you at these splash-tastic events!

Unison is also hosting its own summer giveaway at each of the events. One lucky winner will receive a gift card to a local ice cream shop, a 5-foot tall Jenga® GIANT™ set and a Unison swag bag! How great is that?!

Unison’s Splish Splash Bash events include:


🏊   July 9 at Ashwaubomay Lake in Ashwaubenon: New this year, the fun is coming to Ashwaubenon for the Ashwaubomay Lake Luau Party Sponsored by Unison Credit Union. Guests can participate in a variety of themed games, win prizes throughout the day, relax on the sandy shore or take a swim in the lake. The event runs from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. with games running approximately every hour.


🏊   July 12 at Doyle Pool in Little Chute: During this nighttime swim event, Unison is partnering with Doyle Pool to show the community-voted favorite, “How to Train Your Dragon 3,” for a fun “dive-in” movie. Starting at 6:30 p.m., the pool is offering free pool admission for the evening and activities. The movie begins at dusk and attendees will receive free popcorn during the showing.


🏊   July 17 at Kaukauna Municipal Pool in Kaukauna: Unison is ready to have a luau-filled time at the Kaukauna Municipal Pool from 1-5 p.m. The event includes an on-site DJ as well as dance instructors providing Hawaiian dance lessons throughout the day. The pool is featuring Unison’s inflatable obstacle course with other Hawaiian-themed games and activities. Get there early – Unison is handing out concession vouchers!


🏊   July 24 at Plamann Lake in Grand Chute: Try something new this summer and kayak or paddleboard on Plamann Lake. The water equipment is free to use from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and includes a brief safety lesson before guests hit the water. Unison is also covering admission for the first 150 people. Woo-hoo!

Click here to learn more about Unison Credit Union’s Splish Splash Bash and join in the fun this July!

Unison’s Splish Splash Bash events include:


Summer Outdoor Movie Guide 2019 | Northeast WI

Summer Outdoor Movie Guide 2019 | Northeast WI

There is no better way to spend a cool Summer night around Northeast WI, than enjoying a great movie in the outdoors!

Grab your blankets, lawn chairs and pack the cooler with some snacks. Get there early for a good seat, then relax and enjoy a movie under the stars.

Here are the Outdoor Movies you can catch around Northeast WI this Summer —

*****Be sure to check back regularly for updates, there are always a few added through the summer***** (updated 6/9/19)




🍿June 7 – Movie in the Park – Ferdinand, 7pm at Green Isle Park in Allouez

🍿June 12 – Movie in the Park – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 8:30 at Lions Park in Greenville

🍿June 12 – Outdoor Movie Night – Mary Poppins Returns, 8pm at Oconto Falls High School in Oconto Falls

🍿June 13 – Movies in the Park – The Bee Movie, 8pm at Civic Park in New Holstein

🍿June 13 – Movies in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz.

🍿June 13 – Hotel Transylvania 3, 7pm at Clovis Grove Park in Menasha

🍿June 14 – Movie in the Park – Christopher Robin, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿June 14 – Family Movie Night – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh.

🍿June 15 – Movie in the Park – Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, 6:30pm (magic show before movie) at Ted Fritsch Park in Green Bay.

🍿June 20 – Movies in the Park – A Dog’s Way Home, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿June 20 – Movie in the Park – Mary Poppins Returns, 7:30pm at Willow Creek Park in Bellevue.

🍿June 20 – Movie on the Hill – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton

🍿June 21 – Movie in the Park – The Peanuts Movie, 7pm at Voyager Park in DePere.

🍿June 21 – Outdoor Movie – The Sandlot, 7pm at The Boys & Girls Club Greenspace in Green Bay.

🍿June 21 – Movie Night at the Park – A Dog’s Way Home, 7pm at Wanick Park in Sherwood

🍿June 21 – Outdoor Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Shawano County Park.

🍿June 24 – Outdoor Movie – The Kid Who Would Be King, 7pm at Kaukauna Public Library

🍿June 26 – Movie in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 8:30 at Lions Park in Greenville.

🍿June 27 – Movies in the Park – Peter Rabbit, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿June 27 – Movies in the Park – Ralph Breaks the Internet, 8pm at Civic Park in New Holstein

🍿June 28 – Movie in the Park – Mary Poppins Returns, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.




🍿July 10 – Outdoor Movie Night – How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 8pm at Oconto Falls High School in Oconto Falls

🍿July 11 – Movie on the Hill – Teen Night – Bumblebee, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton.

🍿July 11 – Movies in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz.

🍿July 12 – Family Movie Night – Incredibles 2, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh

🍿July 12 – Movie in the Park – Dr. Suess’ The Grinch, 7pm at Green Isle Park in Allouez

🍿July 12 – Movie in the Park – Wonder, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿July 12 – Outdoor Movie Night – Lego Movie Night, 8:30pm at Stephenson Island in Marinette. FREE.

🍿July 13 – Movie in the Park – Wonder Park – 8pm at Zirbel Park in Wrightstown.

🍿July 14 – Movie in the Park – Avengers: Infinity War, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿July 16 – Movie in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 6pm at Ft. Howard Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿July 17 – Movie in the Park – Incredibles 2, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville

🍿July 18 – Movie on the Hill – Incredibles 2, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton

🍿July 18 – Movie in the Park – Smallfoot, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿July 18 – Movie in the Park – Space Jam, 8:30pm at Willow Creek Park in Bellevue

🍿July 19 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 7pm at Doyle Park in Little Chute

🍿July 19 – Outdoor Movie – The Lego Movie 2 – 7pm at Legion Park in Algoma.

🍿July 21 – Movie in the Park – Incredibles 2, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿July 21 – Dive In Movie – Elf, 7pm at Erb Pool in Appleton.  Admission charged.

🍿July 21 – Dive In Movie – Incredibles 2, 6:30pm at Menasha Pool.  Admission charged.

🍿July 23 – Movie in the Park – Incredibles 2, 6pm at Smith Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿July 25 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿July 26 – Movie in the Park – The Incredibles 2, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿July 26 – Movie in the Park – Small Foot, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh.

🍿July 28 – Movie in the Park – Aquaman, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿July 29 – Outdoor Movie – Mary Poppins Returns, 7pm at Kaukauna Public Library

🍿July 30 – Movie in the Park – The Lego Movie 2, 6pm at Waterford Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿July 31 – Movie in the Park – Lego Movie 2, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville






🍿August 1 – Movie on the Hill – Mary Poppins Returns, 7pm at Memorial Park in Appleton.

🍿August 1 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 4 – Movie in the Park – A Dog’s Way Home, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿August 6 – Movie in the Park – How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 6pm at Sand Acres Park in Ashwaubenon. Dinner, Kids Activities and Movie are all FREE.

🍿August 7 – Movie in the Park – How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville

🍿August 8 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 9 – Movie in the Park – Ralph Breaks The Internet, 7pm at Green Isle Park in Allouez

🍿August 9 – Outdoor Movie Night – How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, 8:30pm at Stephenson Island in Marinette

🍿August 9 – Movie Night in the Park – Incredibles 2, 7pm at Wanick Park in Sherwood

🍿August 9 – Movie in the Park – The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿August 11 – Movie in the Park – Back To The Future, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿August 15 – Movie in the Park – Mighty Max, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 15 – Movie in the Park – The Lego Movie 2, 8:30pm at Willow Creek Park in Bellevue

🍿August 18 – Movie in the Park – Coco, 8pm at Waterfront Park in Sister Bay

🍿August 21 – Movie in the Park – Audience Choice, 8:30pm at Lions Park in Greenville.

🍿August 22 – Movie in the Park – TBA, 8:30pm at Community Veterans Park in Crivitz

🍿August 23 – Movie in the Park – Hotel Transylvania 3, 8:30pm at Martin Park in Sturgeon Bay.

🍿August 23 – Family Movie Night – Coco, 7pm at Leach Amphitheater in Oshkosh