Be sure to check out these events when visiting Waukesha Pewaukee in November.
To Kill a Mockingbird at Waukesha Civic Theatre
Nov. 2-7 and Nov. 9-13
Set in Depression-era Alabama, the story follows young Scout Finch, her brother Jem, and their lawyer father Atticus. Click for more information and tickets.
Farmhouse Dinners: Cooking on a Wood Stove
Nov. 5 (German menu), 12 (Danish menu) and 26 (Norwegian menu) • Old World Wisconsin
Prepare treasured 19th-century recipes on wood stoves. Cost is $70 and covers all materials. Register here.
Virgins to Villains: My Journey with Shakespeare’s Women
Featuring Robin Goodrin Nordii
Nov. 5 • Ten Chimney’s • 7pm
Esteemed actress Robin Goodrin Nordii, who has performed 73 roles in 57 productions of 29 plays by William Shakespeare, takes the stage at Ten Chimneys for her one-woman show about her personal journey through the female side of Shakespeare’s canon.
Waukesha Christmas Parade
Nov. 20 • Downtown Waukesha • 4pm
Kick off the holiday season by watching the Waukesha “A Star-Spangled Christmas” Parade
World’s Greatest Cookie Sale
Nov. 25 • Country Springs • Noon-4pm
The World’s Greatest Cookie sale features home-made holiday cookies and baked goods in every variety from more than 25 non-profit organizations. There’s fun for everyone with holiday music performances, visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus, magic shows and cupcake decorating.
Country Christmas Holiday Lights Display
Nov. 25-27 • Country Christmas
See Wisconsin’s largest outdoor drive-through lights display, The Country Christmas Nov. 25-27 and Dec. 2-31. Located at Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Rd. in Pewaukee. Admission cost is by carload and cost varies.