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The warm weather this weekend has encouraged us to get outside more and explore the downtown. A new store, Queen Bee Artisan Market, just opened on Main Street and celebrated its grand opening this week. The market is a working studio for local artisans and features beautiful vintage items. If you haven’t started your gardening yet, Pesche’s Greenhouse has a beautiful selection, including colorful pansies. On Tuesday, our publisher Barb Krause spoke at the Lake Geneva Tourism Summit, where the Lake Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce discussed the importance of tourism to our lakes area.

In addition to several great Mother’s Day brunches at area restaurants and resorts, we’ve found three fun ways to spend your weekend. Read on below.

New Store Downtown
Time to Garden
Lake Geneva Tourism Summit

This weekend, May 7-8

Remarkable Women of Geneva Lake: Celebrate the remarkable women of Geneva Lake while taking a narrated boat tour with the Lake Geneva Cruise Line to Black Point Estate on Sunday, May 8. The event includes a first floor tour of Black Point and a presentation on the remarkable women of the Estate. Click here for more information.

Classic Cars in Elkhorn: Enjoy the beautiful weather this Saturday as you view vintage cars at the car show in Elkhorn. Prizes will be given for the best original car, best modified car, and best in show. For details on the show, click here.

Look to the sky with Yerkes: Join Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay on Saturday or Sunday evening for a special observation through their 24-inch reflector. This is the perfect opportunity to see the night sky as you never have before. For information about this program, click here.

Let us know what you enjoyed this weekend! Click here to send us your pictures and comments.

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