So many options!

Hi there!

I can already tell that October is going to be a big month for “Hocus Pocus” screenings. I’m going to keep a running tally and see how many screenings there are by the end of the month.

One thing we’re still working through is how to keep you updated on the various plays and exhibits that last for weeks at a time. They don’t fit neatly into our existing events post format.

I’ve been feeling particularly motivated to work on this since a very nice barista told me he was performing in “CLUE Live! On Stage!” which runs through October 9th at the Bartell.

- Sam


Multi Day

  • World Dairy Expo. Tuesday through Saturday. Trade shows, agriculture contests, presentations. $12 for a day pass, $35 all access.

Monday, Sept. 27

Tuesday, Sept. 28


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Wednesday, Sept. 29

Thursday, Sept. 30

  • Moos and Brews: A pop-up taproom benefitting The River Food Pantry. Try the newest beer in The K4 Project line-up: Moo Moo Brew Brew farmhouse cream ale. Pop-up located on the lawn outside 828 John Nolen Drive.
  • The Bur Oak-toberfest. Beer, brats, music, games, raffle prizes. Fundraiser for Breast Cancer Recovery Inc. 4 p.m.-close.
  • Artful Wine Walk hosted by Downtown Sun Prairie. Downtown businesses pouring samples of wine and hosting activities. 5-8:30 p.m. $35.
  • Madison Locked Up On The Outside Forum at the Urban League of Greater Madison. Hosted by the Madison Chapter of EXPO.  Listening session and conversation with the Wisconsin Division of Community Corrections and elected officials. 6-8 p.m.
  • Epicurean Evening, benefiting Clean Wisconsin at Monona Terrace. 5-9 p.m. $150+.
  • Madeon at the Sylvee. Doors 6:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. $26 advance, $29.50 at door. Must have printed proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
  • Capitol Comedy Hour Presents: Alex Hooper at The Rigby. 7 p.m. $10.
  • Sphinx Virtuosi concert at Memorial Union. $10+. 7:30 p.m.
  • LAUGHIN' TO KEEP FROM CRYIN': Oh! Those Blues of Langston Hughes at Crucible. A “multilayered tribute to Langston Hughes in his own words.” Doors 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Free.

Friday, Oct. 1

Saturday, Oct. 2

Sunday, Oct. 3