Lake Country Carvers - Show & Sale
10:00 pm22:00

Lake Country Carvers - Show & Sale

Saturday, August 5th, 2017 - 10am to 4pm

Free Admission

Demonstrations, Chainsaw Carving, Kids Soap Carving, Silent Auctions


1306 West Wisconsin Ave., Oconomowoc, WI

Contact Person: Ernest Biel
Contact Number: 262-567-8768

Area carvers show their carvings and compete in Novice, Intermediate and open class with ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. $25 will be awarded to 1st place winners. A Best-of-Show, selected by the public and one by fellow carvers, will be awarded with a ribbon and with $50. Supplies and wood for carving will be available. Carvers will have carvings for sale and there will be a silent auction. Food is available at the Café LaBelle.


Oconomowoc Festival of the Arts 2017
Aug 20

Oconomowoc Festival of the Arts 2017

  • Fowler Lake Park

Saturday, August 19......10:00 to 5:00pm

Sunday, August 20......10:00 to 5:00pm

The Oconomowoc Festival of the Arts is sponsored by the Oconomowoc Festival of the Arts, Ltd. an all volunteer community organization. Now in its 47th year, it is a juried art festival enjoyed by artists and visitors alike. It has often been named one of the 100 best art fairs in the country by Sunshine Magazine, all the while maintaining an intimate park setting. For over a third of a century, the festival has been held on the third weekend in August in beautiful Fowler Park on the shores of Fowler Lake in the heart of Oconomowoc. Situated roughly halfway between Milwaukee and Madison, the festival sees patrons from as far away as both large cities.

Patrons can enjoy various musical groups on three stages scattered throughout the park. Families are encouraged to create their own works of art in the Children’s Area adjacent to the Children’s Stage. Everyone will find delicious treats provided by local community organizations at the Food Pavilion.

So come to Oconomowoc --Where the Waters Meet-- to leisurely shop for quality artwork in all media: photography, painting, drawing, fiber, jewelry, wood, metal, glass, stone… the artistic choices are as exquisite as the scenery.

Holy Hill Arts & Craft Fair
10:00 am10:00

Holy Hill Arts & Craft Fair

  • Holy Hill

43rd Annual  Holy Hill Arts & Crafts Fair
1525 Carmel Road
Hubertus WI 53033

This is the fair you don’t want to miss!  230 artists & craftsmen displaying their works in a natural setting. Food & entertainment are available. Entry Fee is $5.00 with children under 12 free. Free parking & shuttle service.

Erinwood Art Show/Sale, 18th Annual
9:30 am09:30

Erinwood Art Show/Sale, 18th Annual

Saturday, May 6, 2017 - 9:30am to 4:30pm

In memory of Dorothy Smith 

Free Admission                                                                                                                 

Watercolors, Acrylics, Oils, Prints, Photography, Pottery, Cards, Jewelry, Woodcarvings

Senior Center/Fish Hatchery,  417 Main Street, Delafield, WI

The Erinwood Artists group will sponsor its 18th annual one-day art show, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at the Senior Center/Fish Hatchery Building, 417 Main St., Delafield.

Original paintings in watercolor, acrylic, oil, mixed media and silver point, and prints, cards, photography, pottery, jewelry, wood carvings and other works by up to a dozen local artists will be on display and for sale.

Parking and admission are free. Contact Holly Paulsen, 262-691-0920, 262-444-2868 or, for further information.

MPTV's Great TV Auction
May 6

MPTV's Great TV Auction

The Great TV Auction is a Milwaukee tradition! It is a unique on-air fundraising event which airs live on Milwaukee PBS Channel 36 to Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. New merchandise, certificates, services, art, antiques and collectibles are auctioned off to viewers who bid both by telephone and via the internet.

The Auction is also an excellent opportunity for companies, corporations, small businesses and individuals to garner valuable television exposure with our loyal Public Broadcasting audience and devoted Auction fans.

The money the Auction raises is used to purchase quality programming and maintain equipment for Milwaukee PBS. The majority of funding for Milwaukee PBS comes from community support.