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When I think of February, I think of cold weather, snow, ice skating, and Valentines Day. What fun! (I mean it; I really do!) Have some February fun! There is lots of family friendly fun to be found. Check out these fun events in and around town this month to fight the winter blues. For even more fun don’t forget to check out Lake Country Family Fun’s huge event calendar and indoor play guide!
Please stop into Downtown Delafield and say Hello! to our February Fun Guide Sponsor:
Steven Paul Designs specializes in heirloom custom jewelry and fine colored gems. They invite you to visit the shop to get a full understanding of what they do. They make everything in their Delafield studio. They are true “jewelers”, craftsman in precious metal and gems. They are nationally recognized for their design and quality through numerous state, regional and national awards.
Not only does Steven Paul Designs create amazingly beautiful custom jewelry, but they take an active role in our community. Currently, they are an active supporter of the Friends of Nashotah. If you would like to also support the Friends of Nashotah, stop in to Steven Paul Designs to purchase your tickets for the upcoming drawing for a 2016 Polaris Sportsman ATV. The drawing will be held at the Friends of Nashotah Wild Game Dinner on March 9, 2017 at 8:30 pm at the Red Circle Inn. Tickets are selling fast – get yours today!
20 Family Fun Things to To Do in February!
Will the Milwaukee County Zoo’s resident groundhog, Wynter, see her shadow Thursday, February 2? Come find out!
ALL visitors receive FREE general admission to MPM on the first Thursday of every month. It’s a great place to explore and stay warm. We love the butterfly room! (Plus, the tropical air feels especially wonderful in February 🙂 )
Admission to the Milwaukee Art Museum is free for individuals and families (excluding groups) on the first Thursday of each month, thanks to Meijer. Who doesn’t like FREE Admission to the Milwaukee Art Museum?
Check out the Great Train Robbery Exhibit at the Domes. It’s warm and tropical in there 🙂
Take your kids to Home Depot for a hands-on kids workshops, and you and your child can build a Valentine-themed photo box, perfect for keeping photos of loved ones front and center. Once the box is built, your child can decorate it with paint and The Home Depot stickers.
Bring the whole family to the Milwaukee County Zoo for Family Free Day! Bundle up and explore the zoo in February! There are plenty of buildings to stay warm in between the outdoor exhibits. Our favorite building is the Aviary and watching the giant sea turtle swim in the reptile and aquatic center.
Watch as Greg, the Woodchuck, will make a prediction for the weather!
This popular event is back! Bundle up and get your hike on 🙂
See Disney’s Frozen, Aladdin, Dumbo, and Alice in Wonderland on the Big Screen for only $5!
PERFECT for your Valentine this year! “Blind Dating at Happy Hour” takes a look at love and all its forms. From a young couple building their relationship to an established couple that finds their marriage on the rocks, this play asks, indeed, if love is blind.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum with fun activities for the entire family at this special Valentine’s Ice Cream Social event presented by Sendik’s Food Markets!
12 – Milwaukee Mighty Con
Come to the Milwaukee Mighty Con convention at the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds Products Pavillion on Saturday, February 11th from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm. There will be over 200 artist tables, vendor booths, and special guests.
What is sweeter than dancing with your little one? Don’t miss this fun event at the Waukesha Public Library. There will be lots of photo props for cute photo opportunities.
Get ready for a fancy Valentine’s Day afternoon tea with exquisite activities and fabulous treats! Fancy dress-up encouraged!
15 – Seed Swap
Bring your extra seeds. Bring your friends. Go home with your friend’s seeds. No seeds to share? No problem! We have plenty of native flower seeds, spinach, lettuce, sunflower, calendula, chive, basil, pea, dill, tomato, and loads of other seeds too! This is a family friendly, free event.
Meet the ladies behind AngelsForAshlyn, the new clothing line to bring Ashlyn’s legacy to life.
Come see Ken Lonnquist, a long-time favorite children’s songwriter and performer, at Arrowhead High School.
See the wacky stunts, sidesplitting comedy, gravity-defying plate spinning and spectacular juggling of the Truly Remarkable Loon!
19 – Try Hockey for Free
Try Hockey for Free Day in Hartland at the Mullett Ice Center this February! This event is designed to provide kids, between the ages of 4 to 9, a completely free experience to try youth hockey.
Head just north of Waukesha County to historic downtown Cedarburg for their 2 day Cedarburg Winter Festival.