1. LPGA Classic comes to Thornberry Creek
144 of the world's best golfers are ready to tee off this week at the LPGA Classic at Thornberry Creek in Oneida. Tuesday, July 2nd-7th the golfers will compete for the grand prize of $2,000,000!
For more information on the tournament and becoming a spectator, head to the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic webpage.
2. Enjoy wine and music at wineries
Visit Von Steihl Winery on Saturday, July 6th from 12:30-4:30 p.m. for their Summer Concert Series, featuring the Del Rays. Relax on an outdoor terrace along the Ahnapee River with a view of Lake Michigan, all while enjoying music and a glass of Von Steihl wine or craft beer from Ahnapee Brewery.
For more information, head to Von Stiehl's website.
Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery is also hosting a Summer Concert Series of their own. Also on July 6th, this event kicks off at 3:00 p.m. Enjoy a vineyard view with music and a glass of Parallel 44 wine. This weekend's series presents music by Strategic. It's recommended you bring your own lawn chairs and blankets.
For more information on the Parallel 44's Summer Concert Series, head to their website.
3. Margaritaville Night at the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Stadium
This Saturday at the Fox Cities Stadium it's Margaritaville Night! Stick around after the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers go up against the Snappers, for the post-game Jimmy Buffet covert band, The Boat Drunks. There will also be post-game fireworks and post-game Kids Run the Bases. And if you bike to the ballpark- you get a discount!
Experience it all this Saturday, July 6th, from 6:35-9:35 p.m. For more information, head to the Fox Cities website.
4. Brats, Beer, and Beethoven '19
Enjoy music under the stars with the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra, Fox Cities Stadium food and fireworks!
It's a free, family-friendly community event, and will be held at the Fox Cities Stadium, Neuroscience Group Field this Friday, July 5th, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tailgating is encouraged! For more information, click here.
5. Firefly Night at Woodland Dunes
Enjoy an evening "light show" at Woodland Dunes Nature Center in Two Rivers. There, you'll learn about fireflies, followed by a night-walk to the firefly field to look for the insects.
Registration to partake is required by Wednesday, July 3rd. The event is set to take place Saturday, July 6th, from 8:45-9:45 p.m. For more information, head to the Woodland Dunes Facebook page.