What's Happening: May 26 to June 01

Badgerland Water Ski Show

FREE water ski show.  Fun for the whole family.  Come watch beautiful chorus lines, fast paced barefoot waterskiing, ariel jump acts and pyramids built on the water.  Bring your own seating.  Show lasts about an hour and a half.. Frame Park, Waukesha; ; 414-640-6361; www.badgerland.org

Chef Dean Schmitz demonstrates "First Harvest Cooking"

Now the creativity and fun really starts. Seasonal Cooking with Dean Schmitz sponsored by The Black Trumpet & The Clarke Hotel number three in a four part series. Reservations required. Fee $10 per session; $5 for members. . Waukesha County Museum; 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.; 262-521-2859; www.waukeshacountymuseum.org

Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Show

Enjoy an entertaining water ski show complete with colorful costumes, music, and a live emcee announcing the acts. Free family fun at Lakefront Park, Downtown Pewaukee. Pewaukee Lake; ; 414-322-8713; www.pewaukee.waterski.org

Morning Bird Hikes

They’re back!  Our frisky, feathered friends are back!  We’ll explore their habitats, welcome back spring migrants, and check on our year round residents.  Don’t forget your binoculars. $1 to participate.. Retzer Nature Center; 7:00am- 8:30am; 262-896-8007; www.waukeshacountyparks.com

Raku Night at The Potter's Shop

Purchase a piece of pottery (prices range), glaze and watch this Japanese firing process. Watch for free!. The Potter's Shop, Historic Downtown Waukesha; 6:00pm; 262-547-1920; www.clayartguild.com

Waukesha Farmers' Market

Eat Fresh, buy local with the Waukesha Farmers' Market on the banks of the Fox River. Fresh fruits, vegetables, plants and crafts available for purchase.. Riverfront Plaza, Historic Downtown Waukesha; 7:00am- 12:00pm; 262-549-6154; www.downtownwaukesha.com

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