This Weekend in Marshfield (April 12, 13, 14)

What to Do This Weekend In & Around Marshfield 

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All My Sons Performance
Thursday-Sunday, 7:30pm & 2:00pm
Check out familiar faces in this play about a family dealing with life post-WWII, brought to you by the Marshfield Campus Community Players. 

Feed My Starving Children (More Info)
Friday & Saturday, 4:00pm & 8:00am
Here is your chance to donate a couple hours of your time and change the lives of starving children, at Zion United Methodist Church. 

Downtown Friday Nights
Friday, 7:00-9:00pm
Chestnut Center for the Arts is bringing a high volume rock and roll double header with Wausau’s Power Plant & Dead Petals! $5 suggested donation.

Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt at Columbia Park
Saturday, 10:00-11:30am
Bring out the entire family to find eggs and win prizes. 

Easter Egg Extravaganza at Marshfield YMCA
Saturday, 10:30am-12:00pm
Bring your swimsuit to hop in the pool and hunting for Easter eggs. 

Bunny Hop at Festival Foods (More Info) 
Saturday, 10:00am-1:00pm
We will have prizes for kids with allergies, too.

Easter Egg Hunt at Three Oaks 
Saturday, 12:00-2:00pm
Find the coveted Golden Egg and take pictures with the Easter Bunny, and see a puppet show from Christ Lutheran.

Easter Egg Kids Craft at Schalow’s Nursery 
Saturday, 2:00-4:00pm
Here’s your chance to make popsicle stick bunnies or chicks, bucket bunnies, bunny headbands and an Easter treat!

Children’s Festival
Saturday, 9:30-1:30 p.m.
Come check out the Children’s Festival this Saturday, April 13th at MHS! Admission is only $2 and covers everything from Build-a-Toy Workshop, Teddy Bear Clinic, Bounce Houses, Bike Rodeo and so much more!

One Night in Purple: The Music of Prince at Chestnut Center for the Arts
Saturday, 7:00-11:30pm
A collection of local artists perform the music of Prince.

Palm Sunday Concert at Our Lady of Peace
Sunday, 3:00-4:30pm
There will be a guest director; Dr. Jerry Hui from UW-Stout.  Free admission. 1414 W 5th St.

TAKE A TOUR of Upham Mansion (More Info)
Saturday, 1:30-4 p.m. or Appointment
Built in 1880, Upham Mansion, located at 212 West Third Street, is named for William Henry Upham, the 18th Governor of Wisconsin and a man that many credit for giving Marshfield its stable foundation.

Marshfield Historic Museum (More Info)
Saturday (by appointment through May 4). Open Wednesdays 11:30-4 p.m.
Admission is always free. Located in the basement of the 2nd Street Community Center (old library).

Visit a Little Free Library (More Info)
These little neighborhood libraries are located all over Marshfield. Take a book, leave a book. 

Visit a Marshfield Park (More Info)
From sprawling marshes to small neighborhood playgrounds, there are plenty of places in Marshfield to enjoy the outdoors at local parks, recreational areas, and nature preserves. Discover a secluded walk in the woods, enjoy a round of disc golf, explore a new playground, or enjoy a simple picnic at these local spots.

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