Plan ahead for these fabulous June events in Waukesha Pewaukee.
June 2-4, 9-11 and 16-18 • Barefoot in the Park • Waukesha Civic Theatre
Barefoot in the Park is a delightful Neil Simon comedy depicting the story of newlyweds Corie and Paul Bratter, who are delighted to move into their first new home, only to find a miniscule sixth-floor walk-up apartment with no heat, a hole in the ceiling and some truly strange neighbors.
June 3, 17 • Historic Beer Brewing Old World Wisconsin 10am-5pm
Old World Wisconsin and the Museum of Beer and Brewing are partnering and bringing to life 19th-century brews. See the brewers use equipment and techniques from the late 1800s with heirloom hops and barley grown at Old World Wisconsin. The brewing process will begin by 10am and conclude by 5pm. On this day Old World Wisconsin will be brewing an American cream ale.
June 3 •Party in the Park-Classic Rock • Summerstage at Lapham Peak •6:30-9:30pm
This Classic Rock concert at Summerstage features Funhouse, who plays high energy, rocking, danceable covers of 80s tunes, along with a few 70s and 90s songs sprinkled in.
June 8-10, 15-17, 22-24 •Little Women• Summerstage at Lapham Peak •7:30-9:30pm
Little Women is the classic tale of four young March sisters – tempestuous Jo, motherly Meg, shy Beth and spoiled baby Amy – struggling to keep their family going while their father is away in the Civil War. In this beautifully dramatized adaptation of Louisa Alcott’s classic novel, each girl strives to find her true self even as sibling rivalry and illness cast their shadows.
June 12-18• U.S. Open • Erin Hills
An international golf tournament hosted by The United States Golf Association at Erin Hills, just a half hour drive from Waukesha Pewaukee.
June 13 • Tribute Tuesday Concert • 6-9pm •Les Paul Performance Center Cutler Park
Enjoy all your favorite songs as we pay tribute to Tom Petty.
June 18 • Carl Zach Cycling Classic • 11am-8:30pm
Take in a professional bike race with international flair as you enjoy the Carl Zach Cycling Classic returning to downtown Waukesha. Racers from all over the world come to compete taking hairpin turns on the streets at more than 30 mph. This race is part of the Tour of America’s Dairyland series, one of the largest race series in the U.S. Make plans to get here and prepare to be amazed!
June 23-24 • Pewaukee Kiwanis Beach Party & Lake Country Clean Water Festival • Lakefront Park
A two-day lakefront event filled with water activities, water ski show, children’s activities and entertainment, live music, food, refreshments and an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast on Friday or Saturday.
Weekly June Events:
Monday Night at the Movies • June 12-Aug. 21 • 7pm • Les Paul Performance Center
Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy family-friendly movies under the stars at the Les Paul Performance Center in Cutler Park.
Wednesday Night Classics • May 24-Sept. 6 • 4:30-9pm • Point Burger Bar
Wednesday Night Classics is dedicated to the enjoyment and promotion of Classics, Rods, Customs and Vintage Muscle Cars. Auto enthusiasts from around the area get together every Wednesday all summer long to display their cars at this FREE event. Food, beverages, music and a relaxed environment to display COOL cars. Spectators welcome – Sorry, NO Pets!
Waterfront Wednesdays• June 7 -Aug. 23 • 6-9pm • Pewaukee Lakefront Park
Listen to this weekly musical series along the beautiful beachfront of Pewaukee Lake or dine al fresco across the street. Musical genres include rock, blues, reggae and party music.
Badgerland WaterSki Show •7-8:30pm • Frame Park
Performed on the Fox River, watch ballet, barefooting, doubles, jumping, pyramids, swivel and trios. All skills and formations are executed by trained skiers.
Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Club Show • 6:45-8:15pm • Pewaukee Lakefront Park
This Weekly themed water ski show on Pewaukee Lake is complete with colorful costumes, a human pyramid, ballet line, barefooting, doubles, swivel trios, all performed to lively music.
Waukesha Friday Night Live • 6:30-9pm • Downtown Waukesha
Waukesha Friday Night Live hosts eight stages of entertainment, with a variety of musicians and entertainers. Dozens of downtown Waukesha businesses are open to offer food, candy, drinks, artwork, and much more.
Waukesha Farmers’ Market • 8am -noon • Parking Lot Corner of Madison Street & St. Paul Avenue
Local Farmers’ Market featuring produce, baked goods, flowers, hot food, art and crafts. The Farmers’ Market has a new location in the Waukesha State Bank employee parking lot on the corner of Madison Street and St. Paul Avenue, across from the Waukesha Fire Station.