Gabrielle Barriere

Free Tickets to Trimborn Farm’s Crafts Fair

New Urban Milwaukee members get tickets worth $20 to historic farm's annual fair.

By - Aug 31st, 2018 03:12 pm
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Trimborn Harvest of Arts & Crafts. Photo courtesy of the Milwaukee County Historical Society.

Trimborn Harvest of Arts & Crafts. Photo courtesy of the Milwaukee County Historical Society.

On September 8 and 9, Greendale’s historic Trimborn Farm will be home to some of the most exceptional hand-crafted work in the Midwest. For its 36th year, this historical farm park will host the Trimborn Harvest of Arts & Crafts event featuring wearable art, holiday decorations, paintings and sculptures, and everything in between. All exhibitors at this event are chosen by a panel of judges for their originality of design and quality of craft. Each booth will be worth a look, and we want you to enjoy the view for free.

Urban Milwaukee is offering a special membership deal while our supplies last. If you sign up to become a member, you’ll receive four Trimborn Harvest tickets, valued at $20. That’s just the beginning of the perks you’ll receive for becoming a member. You’ll help support Urban Milwaukee’s journalism, and you’ll be eligible to get free tickets to many other Milwaukee events.

We know there are many thousands of regular Urban Milwaukee readers, people who appreciate our fiercely independent coverage of the city, and have probably thought about becoming a member. Maybe you just haven’t gotten around to it, or were waiting for the best deal. If you are looking for the perfect handmade gifts or want to explore this nearly 175-year-old site, this is the perfect offer. By becoming a member, you’ll help us continue to grow our publication, which now publishes more than 40 stories and 100 press releases per week.

So join us today.

What will you get by becoming a member?

  • Free tickets to concerts, festivals, and other events as they become available through our partners
  • Invitations to member-only events and online chats with a chance to meet and converse with Urban Milwaukee staff, including our periodic Beer Bashes that explore new Milwaukee breweries
  • A website free of banner ads that provides faster page loads a d a unique, editorial-only experience
  • A better, faster photo browser on the website
  • Access to an advertising-free daily or weekly emails
  • A 10 percent discount on all merchandise at Urban Milwaukee: The Store, located at 755 N. Milwaukee St., Milwaukee, WI.
  • A chance to provide support that assures Urban Milwaukee can continue focusing on smart, substantive news coverage rather than clickbait
  • Ability to comment on stories

The price of all that is just $9/month, and during this limited-time deal, you’ll receive free admission to Trimborn Harvest of Arts & Crafts for you and three guests. The tickets are valued at almost a quarter of the price of being a member for the entire year. And signing up is easy.

So become a member today and get your tickets to Greendale’s Trimborn Harvest of Arts & Crafts, while supplies last. Join now! And if you’re an existing member, you are welcome to claim your four Trimborn Harvest tickets as part of your membership.

Trimborn Harvest runs September 8 and 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the historic farm at 8881 W. Grange Ave., in Greendale. There will be limited visitor parking available on-site, but a shuttle service will be provided every 20 minutes. Pick-up and drop-off will be at the Macy’s at Southridge Mall. Signs will be posted. For more information on this event, visit their website.

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