Friday, January 15 • Waukesha JanBoree Events
Plan to start off the first day of JanBoree with a fun mix of events starting at 3pm and ending at midnight. Check out the opening ceremonies featuring a live weather forecast by TMJ4 Chief Meteorologist John Malan or many events held right by Lowell Park, including fireworks or listen to live music in Historic Downtown Waukesha.
Opening ceremonies – 3-9pm
Festivities will kick off with a live weather forecast with TMJ4 Chief Meteorologist John Malan all afternoon at Lowell Park with a bunch of activities close by.
Arctic Avalanche – 3:30-8pm
Featuring thrills on the 350 ft. lighted toboggan run at Lowell Park. If you need a place to warm up, there is a warming house and treats as well.
Ice Sculpting Demo – 3:30-6:30pm
Watch professional ice sculptors turn ice into the 2016 Jammin’ JanBoree sculpture at Lowell Park.
Jammin’ JanBoree Jam – 5:45 & 7pm
Jam out with the Appleton School of Rock at Waukesha North High School. The Appleton School of rock features teen musicians that perform your favorite rock classics from Led Zepplin to U2.
Music is suitable for all. Performances will last about 45 minutes. Seating is limited, so get tickets starting January 4 by calling the Waukesha Park, Recreation & Forestry office at 262-524-3737.
Waukesha Friday Night Live Special Edition – 6:30pm-Midnight
Enjoy live music at various locations in downtown Waukesha as well as JanBoree themed specials at restaurants and shops.
Fireworks Extravaganza – 8pm
Fireworks in January? You bet! It is a tradition for JanBoree and fun for all. Enjoy festive fireworks to celebrate JanBoree festivities at Lowell Park.