June 2015

Found 2 blog entries for June 2015.

As the 4th of July nears, towns all around Madison are planning fireworks shows and other events. The variety of locations and activities in the area leave something for all ages to enjoy. Beginning with "Shake the Lake" on Saturday, June 27th, Dane County will host at least 8 different fireworks shows.

Shake the Lake picks up where Rhythm and Booms left off. Created by the Madison Mallards, Festival Foods and the Madison Parks Foundation, Shake the Lake will offer a fireworks display from the heart of downtown Madison. The event is located on John Nolen Drive, between Broom and Blair Streets. Live music and refreshments open at 5 p.m. with the fireworks starting at 10 p.m. Viewing is free along Lake Monona. The only exception is Monona Terrace, where

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It's that time of year again, when schools are out, weather is pleasant and outdoor spaces are open for public enjoyment. You don't have to go far to find quality entertainment. Madison is full of talented musicians, and their music can be heard all over the city. Whether you prefer to picnic on the Capitol lawn, dance on Monona Terrace's rooftop, or have your food prepared for you restaurant-style, there are endless options for live music in Madison.

Monona Terrace hosts "Concerts on the Rooftop" with beautiful views of Lake Monona. It's free to check out, and they have a long list of bands scheduled for the summer. Some weeks are coordinated with "Dane Dances" inviting participants to kick up their heels on the outdoor dance floor.  Most of their

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