This Weekend in Marshfield (July 26, 27, 28)

What to Do This Weekend In & Around Marshfield 

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Mad Market Downtown Days in Downtown Marshfield 
Friday, 3:00-7:00pm 
Shop downtown stores for unique finds and great deals with a large portion of Central Ave closed for this event! 

Historic Street Banquet (More Info) 
Friday, 6:00-8:30pm 
Enjoy a pasta dinner from The Rivers in celebration of the Legion’s 100 Year Anniversary on the historic streets of Downtown Marshfield. Cost is $10. 

Raise Your Glass Event at Bakerville Bar
Friday, 8:30pm and Saturday, 11:30am
Come out and join us for this fun-filled weekend! Activities will begin on Friday night when Robby Vee, son of teen idol Bobby Vee takes the stage. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Saturday’s events include a volleyball tournament, a dunk tank, kids triathlon and more! 

Downtown Friday Nights at Wenzel Family Plaza
Friday, 7:00pm  
It’s a summer rock party! Toy Guns Rocks!, The Gaston Curse and 20 Watt Tombstone will all be performing! $5 suggested donation. 

Electri-City Youth Dance at 2nd Street Community Center
Friday, 7:00-11:00pm
Come on down for a youth dance for those 14-19. Presented by KLM Entertainment. Free event. 

Movies in the Park in Downtown Marshfield 
Friday, 8:30pm 
Bring your blanket and lawn chairs and set up to enjoy an outdoor family-friendly movie! Concessions available. 

Appaloosa Horse Club Summer Show at Marshfield Fairgrounds
Friday, 3:00-5:00pm, Saturday & Sunday 7:00am 
Come down and see the best of the best! There will be high point awards in ApHC, POA, and Open.  

Hub City Days Duathlon (More Info) 
Saturday, 7:00am 
Raise some funds for a great cause, while getting some exercise! Proceeds will go to Youth Net. 

Yoga in the Plaza
Saturday, 8:00-9:00am
Get your hour of relaxation in while your kids hang out at the kid zone. Free event. 

Chalk-A-Palooza at ERMPL
Saturday, 9:00am 
Have mad chalk-drawing skills? Show them off at the 2nd annual Chalk-A-Palooza event! Teams and individuals are welcome to compete. Prizes will be awarded. 

Caterpillar to Butterfly Art Party at Chestnut Center for the Arts
Saturday, 9:00-11:30am 
Kids will have the opportunity to create 2D and 3D art projects. Cost is $15/person. To register go to Chestnut Center for the Arts Facebook page. 

Hub City Hoops at 2nd Block of Maple Ave
Saturday, 9:00am 
Open to boys and girls in 4th-8th grade. $50/team. Pre-registration required. 

Dance and Craft at YMCA
Saturday, 9:30-11:00am  
Creative dance and a fun craft. Cost: Y-Member: $5, Non-Member: $8. Open to ages 5-10. 

Hub City Days Car Show (More Info)
Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm  
See hundreds of beautiful classic cars at this event. No registration required. No fee to participate, however canned goods are welcome. 

Hub City Days Family Zone (More Info) 
Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm 
There will be bounce houses, face painting, a balloon artist and more! Free event. 

Horse Power Carriage Display at Upham Mansion (More Info)
Saturday, 10:00am-3:00pm
See real horse-drawn carriages from Marshfield’s early days. There will be a $5 lunch also available. 

Fun in the Plaza
Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm 
There will be performances and demonstrations by local artists. Free event. 

Brew Fest (More Info) 
Saturday, 12:30-4:00pm 
Toast local beer at this great event! Advanced tickets are $30, at the door are $35. 

Central WI Got Talent (More Info) 
Saturday, 4:30pm
Show off your talent! You may win a prize! No fee to participate, but pre-registration is required. 

YMCA Youth Night
Saturday, 5:30-8:30pm 
An evening of swimming, sports, socializing and fun at the YMCA! Open to grades 4-6. Free event. 

Johnny Wad Street Dance
Saturday, 7:00-11:00pm 
You’ll love this band! With four lead vocalists, spine tingling harmonies, dual lead guitars and musicianship that will knock you off your feet, this is a band you surely won’t want to miss!  

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)
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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