Chillen' On The Trail, A Walk of Art
Friday, May 11, 6pm-9pm 2018
Downtown Hartland

Chillin’ On The Trail, A Walk Of Art is an annual Art Show and reception, free to the public that
commemorates Hartland’s official designation as an Ice Age Trail Community.
Stroll through downtown Hartland visiting various participating businesses, taking in the sites of
exquisite artwork created by local budding artists from our local public and private schools,
homeschool groups, Lake Country Fine Arts and the community.
The participating businesses are Lake Country Fine Arts School and Gallery, 112 W. Capitol Dr.
Hartland Family Chiropractic, 211 Cottonwood Ave, Birch and Banyan Coffee, 150 E. Capitol Dr.and the Hartland Public Library, 110 E. Park Ave.
Stop at each location and look for the chance to win a gift basket of art supplies and a gift
certificate donated by Pewaukee Area Arts Council and Downtown Hartland Business
Improvement District.
The 2D and 3D Student artwork are from local schools: Lake Country Fine Arts School and
Gallery, Hartland Fine Arts Leadership Academy, North Shore Middle School, Life
Entrepreneurial School, Lake Country School, Swallow Elementary School, St. Charles Catholic
School and Local Homeschoolers. Lake Country Children’s Choir will be singing at Hartland
Family Chiropractic from 6:30pm - 7pm that evening.
Special features during the event:
A video of Four Seasons on the Ice Age Trail including photos, poetry and music created by
students from Life Entrepreneurial School. Community Glass Chimes created by volunteers
from the community created at Lake Country Fine Arts Schooland Gallery,
Monty the Wooly Mammoth will be at Lake Country Fine Arts School and Gallery from 7pm -
This event is sponsored by Lake Country Fine Arts School and Gallery, Hartland Lakeside
Community Education and the Hartland Business Improvement District.
Direct questions to Marlene Millevolte,, 262-367-2900

Milwaukee Empty Bowls
Sunday, October 14th 2018
Kern Center - M.S.O.E 1245 N. Broadway Ave. Milwaukee

Since 1999, Milwaukee Empty Bowls has donated $704,000 to help feed those in need in the Milwaukee metro area. More than 95% of the funds raised during this perennially popular event – held around World Food Day – go directly to aid the hungry in our community.
Guests at our October event have their choice from a collection of more than 2,000 ceramic bowls handcrafted and donated by local artists, teachers and students.
Soups prepared by local chefs are served with bread and other refreshments. Some of the area’s top musicians entertain guests throughout the day. (Check back as we continue to update information on this year’s restaurants and supporters!) Guests take their bowls home to serve as a reminder that there are always empty bowls in our community.

Hartland Lights
Friday, November 30  2018
Hartland's offical tree lighting event