Events Round-Up: November 2014

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November 11, 2014

  1. This Must Be The Place (Sheboygan)
    Now through February 22  @ 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    This Must Be the Place
    Some places persist despite distance in time or space. The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan presents original installations, sculpture, photography, film and work by vernacular environment builders that reveal places of power and influence in 13 artists’ lives.
  1. Turkey Trot (Janesville)
    November 15 @ 6:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.
    Turkey TrotThis professionally chip timed event features a one-mile, five-mile and half-mile (for the kiddos!) runs along the scenic Rock River in Janesville. Enjoy a pre-Thanksgiving slice of pie with a cup of hot chocolate, coffee or other race refreshments and beverages.
  2. Making Spirits Bright Drive-Through Lights Show (Sheboygan)
    November 11 – December 27 @ 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
    Making Spirits Bright Drive-through Lights ShowCelebrate the holidays with family and friends in the warmth of your vehicle when you drive a 1.1 mile route to experience a festive lights show choreographed to holiday music. Visit once or as many times as you want! Admission is free; however food pantry donations are taken to help local pantries and cash donations support future growth of the event. Also stop at Quarryview Center in Sheboygan to enjoy entertainment, concessions and a visit with the big man on campus: Santa!
  3. Christmas by the Bay (Sturgeon Bay)
    November 21 – November 23
    Christmas by the BayThis kick-off to the holiday season starts with the annual tree lighting ceremony with entertainers and the Santa parade at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 22, followed by special children’s activities and hay wagon rides. Don’t miss photos and brunch with Santa on Sunday morning, Nov. 23.
  4. Taste of Chocolate (Janesville)
    November 21-22 @ 5 p.m. – November 23 @ 10 p.m.
    Taste of ChocolateThe evening will kick off the holiday season with a delicious meal and decadent chocolate (do we even need to continue?!) There’ll also be festive music and more than 355,000 twinkling lights to take in.
  5. Holly Days (Egg Harbor)
    November 28 – November 29
    Holly DaysTake delight in a celebration of the holiday season with Breakfast with Santa, a children’s Elf Hunt, Mistle Dough shopping contest, horse-drawn wagon rides, caroling, old-fashioned tree lighting and more. This is one for the whole family!

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