Summer is coming to a close and Fall is almost here! Ready to celebrate the season? Check out our list of Autumn events that you don't want to miss! 

Browns Lake Aquaducks Show Labor Day Weekend
 

Browns Lake Aquaducks

Browns Lake Aquaducks wrap up the 2019 season with water-ski shows on Saturday and Sunday. Junior show at 4:30 p.m. followed by the main show at 6 p.m.  See it from Fischer Park (30326 Durand Ave.) east of Burlington. Free admission.



Franksville Food Truck Festival September 6 - 7
 

Food Truck

The 2nd annual Franksville Food Truck Fest is coming to Franksville Memorial Park this Fall! The event is FREE to attend (including parking) and will feature the area's favorite food trucks, craft beer & wine, live music, bounce houses, playgrounds (including the 20,000 sq ft Kids Connection Community Built Playground) and tons of fun for the entire family. 



Great Lakes Brew Fest September 14th
 

beer, brewfest, Great Lakes


Great Lakes Brew Fest (GLBF) is the area's largest annual celebration of beer and brewing. You'll enjoy unlimited samples of 250+ craft beers, ciders, and sodas (including rare and limited releases). Food from local restaurants available for purchase. Live music.

General admission is $50; a designated driver is $18. VIP admission is $89; VIP designated driver is $29. (VIPs get 2 p.m. entry and first chance at specialty products). All paid attendees receive a souvenir tasting glass.



Mount Pleasant Day September 14
 

Mt Pleasant Day

Once again, the Village will celebrate our community with Mount Pleasant Day on Saturday, September 14, 2019! This free, block party-like, family-oriented event will be open from 11:00 AM to dusk PM at the Mount Pleasant Campus Park. Upon arrival, stop at the WELCOME tent to pick up your free t-shirt (while supplies last). Then browse the grounds, participate in activities, and pick up information from the nearly 60 vendors. Several vendors will have food samples, and/or food for purchase.




Fall Harvest Days at the Racine County Fairgrounds 
September 14-16

 

Fall Harvest Days

Turn back the clock at Fall Harvest Days at the Racine County Fairgrounds! The SE Wisconsin Antique Power Collectibles Society presents displays of antique tractors, trucks, gasoline engines and farm equipment.

The entire family will enjoy demonstrations of corn shelling, hay baling, threshing and sawmill. Daily tractor parade, children's activities, horse-drawn wagon rides, crafts, flea market, farm toys, and great, down-home food.



Party on the Pavement September 21st
 

Party on the Pavement

Racine's largest - and favorite street festival.  Head to Downtown Racine from 12-7 p.m. for four stages of live music and entertainment, antique/unique vehicles, food and beverage, arts and crafts, children's activities, sports zone, carnival rides, and games. 

Note that the Downtown portions of Main Street, Sixth Street, and Wisconsin Avenue will be closed. Parking is available ($2 all day) in all municipal parking ramps.



The Great Pumpkin Run at Swan's Pumpkin Farm September 28
 

The Great Pumpkin Run

The Great Pumpkin Run is a fall lovers dream. Dash 3.1 miles through the crisp, fall air. After crossing the finish line, sip some apple cider while enjoying fall fun with friends. Your favorite fall tradition continues!

Want a challenge? Try the Tough Pumpkin Challenge! We will supply you with a pumpkin to RUN WITH before the race. Cross the finish line with it intact and you’ll receive a second, exclusive Tough Pumpkin finisher medal that pairs perfectly with the regular bling!


Prime Apple Picking Season at Apple Holler 
 

Apple Holler

Embrace the beautiful fall season from August through early November with Apple Holler’s special pick your own apples experience in their 74-acre orchard. Apple Holler was chosen as one of the ten Best Apple Orchards in USA Today’s 10 Best Award Contest – which was nationwide! Apple Holler has more than 30,000 select dwarf apple trees in 30 varieties. Check out their picking calendar to see when your favorites are ready for picking! 

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