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Fall in Madison 2016

 

Fall is a fantastic time of the year here in Madison!  Enjoy what is going on around town and we'll see you out and about!

 

 

 

OCTOBER

October 4-8 – World Dairy Expo – Alliant Energy Center, Madison

October 7 – Harvest Moon Festival – Lussier Family Heritage Center, Madison

October 7 – Latino Art Fair – Overture Center for the Arts, Madison

October 8 – Downtown Baraboo Fair on the Square – Baraboo

October 13 – Dane Arts Buy Local – 1 S Pinckney St, Madison

October 14-15 – Fall Festival Weekend – Wisconsin Dells

October 20-23 – Wisconsin Book Festival – Madison

October 21 – Harry Potter Festival 2016 – Edgerton

October 21-23 – Wisconsin Science Festival – Madison/statewide

October 22 – Halloween Mystery Hike – Baraboo

October 27 – HOLLOWeen at Cave of the Mounds – Blue Mounds

October 29 – UFO Days – Belleville

October 29 – Freakfest – State Street, Madison

October 30 – Halloween at the Zoo – Vilas Zoo, Madison

 

NOVEMBER

November 3-December 22 – A Fireside Christmas – Fort Atkinson

November 5-12 – Homecoming at UW-Madison – Madison

November 6 – Swissfest – Monroe

November 12 – Holiday Craft Bonanza – Mount Horeb

November 13 – Madison Marathon – Madison

November 19 – Madison Women’s Expo – Alliant Energy Center, Madison

November 19-20 – Winter Art Fair Off the Square – Capitol Square, Madison

November 19-January 2 – Holiday Fantasy in Lights – Olin Park, Madison

November 24 – Madison Turkey Trot – Madison

November 25 – Black Business Expo on Black Friday – Villager Mall, Madison

 

DECEMBER

December 10-11 – Madison Holiday Market – Alliant Energy Center, Madison

December 3-31 – Olbrich’s Holiday Express – Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Madison

 

 

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