This Weekend in Marshfield, WI (Sep 15-16-17)

What to Do This Weekend In & Around Marshfield

25th Annual Maple Fall Fest (More Info)
The celebration of Maple Fall Fest in Marshfield takes place at the beautiful Wildwood Park.
Featuring over 150 arts & crafts vendors, Maple Village, potato and traditional pancake breakfast and specially made Wenzel Farm’s maple sausage, maple syrup and maple dessert contests, children’s area, Amish specialties, food court and beer garden.

Marshfield Walk to End Alzheimer’s (More Info)
Saturday 9-12 p.m.
JOIN US for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® – the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Together, we can walk on behalf of our friends, our families and our future. Though we all have our own motivation to step up to the start line, our eyes are set on the ultimate finish line – the end of Alzheimer’s. For more information or to register please visit

Almost Fall in Marshfield (More Info)
Saturday 10-2 p.m.
Please join us for the Almost Fall in Marshfield Vendor Event. Event will be hosted at the Oak Community Center (Old Armory) on Saturday September 16th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There will be door prize drawing as well! This is the perfect opportunity to get some fall shopping done.

Open Wine Tasting (More Info)
Saturday 1-3 p.m.
Open Tastings at Market on Sixth are a fun, relaxed educational setting to try new wines. These tastings are typically a unique selection of three wines. It’s free and open to anyone above 21 years of age. Come learn something and bring a bottle home for the weekend!





TAKE A TOUR of Upham Mansion (More Info)
Saturday, 1:30-4:30pm
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.

INES KROLO art exhibit at Chestnut Center (More Info)
Ines Krolo: Captured Moments (Show runs August 11-September 15.)

DINOSAUR EXHIBIT at the Library (More Info)
Throughout September
The Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library is thrilled to welcome back the Age of Dinosaurs.  William B. Mielke’s extensive dinosaur collection will be on display throughout the entire first floor of the library for the whole month of September.  The dinosaurs are sure to amaze all ages with their size and sounds!

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