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April is a time of transition at the lake and it’s when our choices for weekend activities starts to ramp up. That was certainly the case last Saturday and Sunday. The Lake Geneva Festival of Wine at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa provided an entire weekend of entertainment for social wine drinkers to sommeliers. On Sunday, the 5th Annual Geneva Lakes Burger Throwdown was held at The Ridge Hotel. The Hunt Club Steakhouse was this year’s first place winner with Abbey Springs taking home the People’s Choice Award. Not to be outdone by all the indoor springtime activities, are Mother Nature’s clues that warmer weather is on its way. This week we captured photos of Migrating White Pelicans as they congregated on the waters of the Delavan Inlet. Spring must surely be here!


 Festival of Wine
Burger Throwdown
Migrating Pelicans

This weekend, April 16-17

Tailgate with Gorman Thomas: Now that the Brewers have kicked off their 2016 campaign, tailgate with former Brewers center fielder and legend Stormin’ Gorman Thomas this Saturday at Rushing Waters near Palmyra. Meet Thomas and enjoy a tailgate lunch featuring open pit cooking and Thomas’ Stormin’ Gorman BBQ Sauce! Learn more here.

2nd Annual Spring Thaw Golf Scramble:
If you’re a golfer, you don’t want to miss this fun day on the links in this four-person scramble at Lake Lawn Resort. Multiple prizes will be awarded including cash payouts for placing teams, “Closest to the Pin” contests, and so much more. Click here for more information.

Richard Thompson Art Exhibit: An American Impressionist, Richard Thompson was often called “Wisconsin's Monet." This weekend you can view some of his paintings at the Thompson Art Gallery in Walworth. All proceeds from the exhibit will benefit Big Foot Community Fine Arts Foundation. To learn more about Thompson’s art click here. For tickets to the exhibit click here.

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


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