Wisconsin Agricultural Tourism Association Inc.

Events

April 2018

  • DATE
  • EVENT
  • 12
  • WFMVGA Pumpkin School
    Arlington
    Arlington Agricultural Research Station
    9 am - 3:30 pm
    Join us for a Pumpkin School! Topics include Pumpkin Varieties, Chemical and Non-Chemical Weed Management in Pumpkins, Pumpkin Diseases and How to Control Them, Irrigation Management in Pumpkins, Pumpkin Insect Problems, and Marketing & Pricing of Pumpkins Grower Panel. WFMVGA & WATA Members - $25/person and Non-Members - $45/person. Email info@wisconsinfreshproduce.com for more information.
    info@wisconsinfreshproduce.org
    608-235-5925
    http://www.wisconsinfreshproduce.org
  • 13 - 15
  • Driftless Wisconsin Wine and Cheese Trail
    Westby
    E6796 Old Line Rd
    10am to 5:00 pm daily
    “This Trail will encourage people living in the area to discover new businesses. It will also bring people from all over the state to the Driftless Region and make agritourism a delicious, educational, fun, and personal experience,” according to Therese Bergholz, owner, Branches Winery and trail director. “Visitors will have the chance to see vineyards and talk to the winemakers. They can watch cheese being made from local milk while talking to the cheesemakers. This is more than simply a chance to taste and purchase wine and cheese. It’s a chance to learn what it takes to grow and produce award-winning products while meeting the families you support when you shop local.”
    Therese Bergholz
    (608) 634-9463
    www.driftlesswinecheesetrail.com
  • 14
  • 2018 WI Ayrshire Spring Sale
    Neillsville
    1121 E Division St
    noon-close
    Description:Join us in Neillsville for another quality Wisconsin ayrshire spring sale. We will have many excellent consignments. We are actively seeking consignments for the 2018 spring sale. Please contact Damian (920-639-2375) or Steve (920-948-8310) to consign to the sale. Thank you!
    Denise Lindner
    920-639-2375
    https://www.facebook.com/Wisconsin-Ayrshire-Spring-Sale-1420765374828847/
  • 18 - 20
  • Central WI Horse Sale
    Neillsville
    1121 E Division St
    Starting Times listed below
    Largest Horse drawn machinery sale in the Midwest. Wednesday, 8:30 am-Small items/Buggys & Equipment, Thursday, 8:30 am Misc merchandise, followed by Light Driving Horses all breeds. Friday, 10:00 am Draft Horse & Draft Mules, Saturday, 8:30 am Saddle Horse Tack, 11:30 am Saddle horses, ponies & mules.
    Denise Lindner
    715-570-7749
    https://www.travelwisconsin.com/events/shopping/central-wisconsin-horse-sale-40174
  • 27 - 3
  • Clark County Bloomin' Greenhouse Tour
    Loyal
    301 N Main Street, PO Box 236
    April through October
    Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau announces the Bloomin’ Greenhouse Tour beginning mid-April through Fall. This self-guided tour directs visitors to Clark County’s many unique and beautiful greenhouses. There is plenty for all – annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, grasses, trees, shrubs, hostas, daylilies, mums, pumpkins, corn mazes, and so much more! For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.
    Clark County Economic Development & Tourism Bureau
    (715) 255-9100
    www.clarkcountywi.org
  • 28 - 29
  • Clark County 2018 Spring into the Arts Tour
    Loyal
    301 N Main Street, PO Box 236
    April 28 - 9am-5pm, April 29 - 10am-4pm
    Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau is hosting the eighth annual Clark County “Spring into the Arts” Tour on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 29, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. The tour features many of Clark County’s finest artists, guest artists and their creations - painters, potters, woodworkers, metal workers, jewelers, weavers, glass workers and much more. For a brochure - 715-255-9100, info@clarkcountyedc.org or www.clarkcountywi.org.
    Clark County Economic Development & Tourism Bureau
    (715) 255-9100
    www.clarkcountywi.org
  • 29
  • 23rd Annual Breakfast on the Farm
    Madison WI 53703
    1675 Linden Dr.
    8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
    The Association of Women in Agriculture (AWA) is presenting the 23rd Annual Breakfast on the Farm on April 29th. Join us for a morning of delicious food, education, fun, and agriculture! Entertainment throughout the morning includes, interactive educational exhibits, appearances from Bucky Badger and the UW Marching Band. AWA is happy to announce that the 70th Alice in Dairyland will be in attendance! The breakfast will consist of pancakes, sausage, eggs and refreshments among other things!
    cgrunow@wisc.edu
    https://www.facebook.com/AWABOTF/
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