Celebrating Earth Day 2017

Earth Day is Saturday, April 22, and in 2020 it will be the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. In 2016, Earth Day Network set an ambitious goal of planting 7.8 billion trees – one for every person on the planet – by Earth Day 2020, with the theme for that year being “Trees for the Earth”. 2017’s theme is “Environmental and ClimatEarth Daye Literacy”, with the goal of wanting every student across the world to be an environmental and climate literate citizen by the time they graduate high school, prepared to take action and be voice for change. This is a global issue and education is the key to advocacy and advocacy is the key to change.

So that was all pretty heady, and although very important, how does that have anything to do with Walworth County? Well, there are a number of events happening in Walworth County either specifically for Earth Day or having to do with nature and the environment in some fashion. In any case, it’s a chance to get out and enjoy your surroundings, along with learning a little bit, too!

Specifically in honor of Earth Day, Gateway Technical College, on the Elkhorn Campus (and Kenosha Campus, as well), is having their annual community celebration of our planet on Saturday, April 22, from 10am-2pm. The event began in 2008 on Gateway’s Kenosha Campus and was extended to their Elkhorn Campus in 2012. Gateway celebrates our environment with a day of free family fun of displays, workshops/demonstrations, and hands-on activities that include:

  • Earth Day Scavenger Hunt
  • Kohl’s Wild Theatre – a 30-minute mix of short skits using a variety of animal puppets and featuring the importance of food to both animals and people, with topics including healthy eating, urban gardening, sustainable seafood and the food chain.
  • Petting Zoo
  • Kids’ Crafts: earth-friendly crafts, plant flowers for Mother’s Day, make birdhouses and more
  • Kids’ Outdoor Fitness Challenge
  • Refreshments (for purchase)
  • Door prizes and giveaways, including bare-root Oak tree saplings
  • Plant Sale – get a head start on your summer planting
  • Nature Discovery Trail Hike – walk through this self-guided tour and learn about the native plants and animals that call it home
  • Works to learn how to be environmentally conscious: “Canning Without Turning Green – learn about canning food safety”, “Native Birds – learn about the native birds of Wisconsin and their habitats”, and “Car Care Workshop – keep your car operating in the most environmentally friendly way possible”
  • Informational Booths: Lakeland Animal Shelter, Sierra Club, Citizen’s Climate Lobby, Gateway’s Sustainable Student Club, and Zilla Makes Vegan Easy and Wild Ones-Kettle Moraine Chapter
  • Shop the Green/Farmers Market – buy food, or art and products made from recycled or reused materials
  • Recycle Center – drop off your recyclable items and help the plant: electronics recycling (tube monitor and tube TVs have a $20/unit charge, otherwise free), prescription eye glasses, tennis shoes

It’s the bee’s knees – what’s that phrase even mean?! How about learning about bees, as tomorrow, WBee collecting pollenednesday, April 19, from 1-2:30pm, at Heritage Hall in Elkhorn, the Walworth County Historical Society will feature the fascinating life of bees and beekeeping. Presenter David Koester started beekeeping as a hobby in his retirement and it has grown to be a passionate cause for the preservation of bees. David will show his honey operation, from installing bees in the hives during early spring to extracting honey at summer’s end. There is no admission charge, but donations are gratefully accepted by the Historical Society. Come away with an appreciation of one of nature’s creatures and a perspective you might not have had on the sweet treat we all love.

Great Refractor 7Reach for the stars, the moon and the planets! Can’t quite touch them? Well how about being able to take a look at them through a really large telescope? Happening tomorrow, April 19, 8:30-10:30pm, and Thursday, April 20, 8:14-9:45pm, is the opportunity to look through a large telescope at Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay. Yerkes Observatory monthly during the year on select weekday and weekend evenings offers observing sessions with their 40-inch diameter refractor telescope, the largest in the world of its type, and with their 24-inch diameter reflector telescope, weather permitting. Both telescopes were formerly used for astronomical research and are now available for public observing opportunities. Space is limited and subject to availability, so reservations are required. For an affordable, general night sky tour and introduction to astronomy, I suggest the 24-inch reflector telescope ($37.50/person). For a truly once-in-a-lifetime and unforgettable experience using the same telescope as some very famous astronomers over the past century used, then I’d say go for the 40-inch refractor telescope ($100/person). Either telescope you chose, what a way for seeing the celestial wonders of the evening sky as they change through the seasons and to think that a famous astronomer (or two or five or whatever) once used these, too, and discovered things never before seen!

tree_climbingGo climb a tree! Seriously, I mean it… At House in the Wood, Delavan, on Thursday, April 20, from 5-7pm, you can travel back to your childhood and climb a tree! Using ropes and harnesses, climbers of all ages and abilities can climb into the tops of the towering oak trees all over the grounds. Not to worry, unlike our childhood, okay I’m talking about mine…, where you just started at the bottom and climbed to the top without a care or thought to anything else, there are trained and certified staff that will provide a thorough and comprehensive tutorial on how to use the equipment and have a fun, yet safe, experience in the trees. All equipment is provided and you just need to wear comfortable clothing and shoes, preferably closed-toe and with a hard sole, and bring your sense of adventure! It’s fun, it’s great exercise without being thought of that way, it’s a great connection to nature and just putting you back in that day of being a kid again. You’re never too old to climb a tree, but preference is for ages 7 and up for this event.

Ice-Harvesting-1-Marking-Cakes-for-cuttingThinking an iced cold drink of lemonade or tea or soda would be good about now as you climb down out of that tree? Well, have you thought about where the ice comes from when you don’t have an ice maker in the freezer or your plastic ice tray breaks and you haven’t gotten a new one yet? What about in the days of yore before there were even freezers, let alone refrigerators? On Thursday, April 20, from 7-8:30pm, the Delavan Historical Society with feature Carol March McLernon, local teacher and children’s author, as she discusses ice harvesting on Geneva Lake and tells about her book, “Ice for Sale”. “Ice for Sale” tells of the beginning of the ice industry in Massachusetts during the time of George Washington. Southeastern Wisconsin had many ice companies, with the largest and longest running one established by Otto Jacobs, harvesting ice from Button’s Bay on Geneva Lake during the Depression, with his last harvest being in 1946. Carol March McLernon will talk about the tools of the trade, the use of horses in the industry and the dangers of the ice harvesting business.

kishwauketoeAnyone ever told you to take a hike? Not sure it was always meant in a nice way, but on Friday, April 21, from 9-10:15am, and offered every Friday morning from April through October, Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy has guided hikes that are completely meant in a nice way. Kishwauketoe is the largest watershed on Geneva Lake, offering the many natural environments in one place. Kishwauketoe represents a rare and evolving lakeside ecological area that is open 365 days as a place to visit, enjoy and learn. The land on which Kishwauketoe sits was purchased in 1989 and formerly dedicated as a protected conservancy in July 1990. It is full of Native American history, as the Potawatomi once inhabited the area. The name Kishwauketoe was chosen because of its Potawatomi origin and loosely translated means “clear water” or “lake of the sparkling water’. Spend a short time enjoying Kishwauketoe, learn a thing or two about the area and then plan on coming back for a longer wandering around, soaking in all the grace and beauty of nature that exists there.

So from hikes, to bees, to climbing trees, to viewing stars and planets, to ice (cream), to all things Earth Day, there’s plenty to choose from to do in Walworth County as Earth Day approaches this Saturday, April 22. What will you choose to do and with the variety of activities and dates available, why not do them all? I’m thinking I will… See you there! And there. And, oh yah, there…  🙂

All Things Egg-citing for Easter in Walworth County!

Get your hippity-hop on this Easter and good luck choosing how to do that with all the options available, from as early as this weekend to all of Easter Weekend, and from one end of Walworth County to the other!

When it comes to the Easter Egg Hunts, I’m thinking it should be like planning for a road trip, figuring out what’s the best route to take to see and do the most things. I mean, come on, it’s Easter Egg Hunting time, and that usually means they are filled with jelly beans (and I’m one of those weird people that actually like the black ones!) and candy-coated eggs that turn your tongue pretty colors and peanut butter-filled egg-shaped candy and, well, you get the idea (plus now you know what a couple of my favorites are…)! So pick one, or two, or okay maybe five, of the Easter Egg Hunts listed, check your Easter basket for any holes, and on your mark, get set, go! Happy Hunting and don’t forget I’ll take the black jelly beans we both know you don’t like!

Hmmm… So you’re thinking Easter Egg Hunts are only for the younger generation, like those 3 feet tall and less. Wrong! Think again, ‘coz Staller Estate Winery has an adult Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15, 11am-6pm. “Easter Dusting” is what they call it: you search for an egg – limit one per person, and you must be 21 years or older, which right there tells you it’s gotta be good being for adults only! – then trade in the egg you find for a prize. Three guesses what it might be since you’re doing this at a winery or at least I’m hoping it’s wine-related. The “dusting” comes in to play in that while some eggs are easy to find, others maybe not so much, so they say to come prepared to help “dust” the store in search of your egg! New twist on Spring cleaning, I guess!

Easter Egg Hunts 2017

Need to rest your legs after all that running around hunting for EBunny Trainaster eggs? Then climb on board the East Troy Bunny Train, running April 8, 9 and 15! Start with face painting by Suzy Sparkles and coloring activities in the East Troy Railroad Museum Depot, while checking in and getting your scavenger hunt cards. Board one of the
historic trains and take a ride down to the Elegant Farmer. Make sure to check your scavenger hunt cards for the many things you’ll see out the window as you go! Once you get to the Elegant Farmer, you’ll be able to hold baby chicks and pet bunnies as shown by local 4-H students, and even get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny! Plan ahead for this egg-cellent excursion, as reservations are recommended – you can order online East Troy Bunny Train or call 262.642.3263, then dial ‘0’ and leave a message.

So now your Easter basket is full and it’s time to think about filling your stomach with an egg-stravaganza of food choices, which can be found at none other than an Easter Brunch or Dinner, of course! You can go out to eat at any, some or all, of the locations shown below or Lake Lawn Resort is offering “Easter Dinner to Go” – just pre-order by no later than noon on April 12 by calling 262.725.9155. So many choices…so much food… what an egg-ceptional problem to have!

Easter Brunches 2017 2

It’s such an egg-stremely fun time of year, so make the most of it in Walworth County as the egg-sactly perfect place to be for all things Easter!

Okay, I’m done with the egg word puns. I guess I got a little carried away and even a bit egg-zasperating with them…! Hahaha – had that last one just screaming to be let out, so had no choice or I’d egg-splode. Alright, alright, I’m truly done now!

Happy Easter!

Member Monday ~ Blush By Brittany

What better way to start a Monday than by learning about our newest member, Blush By Brittany! Read on for details from the Q & A session we had recently with Brittany.

Q: How was the name chosen for the business?     A: 10 years ago I was looking for a unique name beside “makeup by brittany” and ‘blush’ rhymed well.


Q: What makes your business unique?     A: My business is unique because I can bring a fun experience to the whole day. You can eat, talk the way you want to, listen to music, etc., all in the luxury of your own home or hotel. Otherwise, if you are stressed the whole day, what happens is all of a sudden you sit down for dinner and you think “Wow, the day is over”.

Q: What services do you offer?     A: Airbrush and traditional make-up at your location of choice.

Q: How far will you travel to a client?     A: Southeastern Wisconsin.

Q: Why did you choose this type of business?     A: I am an acrylic artist on canvas and always had an interest in make-up. I decided in the very beginning, very young, that I only wanted to work for myself.

Q: What training/experience do you have?     A: Aesthetician license (from Vici Park, an Aveda Institute).

Q: If someone would like to book you for their event, is there anything they should know before the day?     A: Please don’t book according to bridal book planners. Most bridal books recommend that you book your make-up/hair stylist 6 weeks in advance. I book up to a year in advance and I rarely have a date available 6 weeks prior. You can still ask me, but if you want a particular stylist, then book them right away.

Q: What kind of events do you book for?     A: Weddings, photo shoots, commercial photography, television…

Q: What is your favorite part about being a local business in Southeastern Wisconsin?   A: Traveling to my favorite cities over and over.

Q: Where can we find you? What are your hours?     A: I only travel on-location. I am flexible on hours and days that I work, depending on what is convenient for the client.

Learn more about Blush By Brittany at blushbybrittany.com and thank you for taking the time to read Member Monday!

“Wearin’ o’ the Green” for St. Patrick’s Day in Walworth County

St. Patrick's Day

Everyone’s a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day…! Walworth County is no different, so come celebrate with a variety of ways to show off your green attire, while enjoying the ever popular corned beef & cabbage, shamrock cupcakes, and a mug or two of green beer, plus a few other surprises mixed in.

Start early and get yourself ready for the big day, as on Sunday, March 12, the Delavan Lions Club will once again be serving up their annual St. Patrick’s Day Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner at the Village Supper Club (1725 S. Shore Drive, Delavan) from 11:30am to 7pm. Expect all the trimmings with this, from succulent corned beef, sweetly steamed cabbage, Irish potatoes, carrots, horseradish, baked chicken, to fresh rye bread with butter. Adults $12 / Children ages 6-12 $6 / Children ages 5 and under Free. Going 54 years strong, this is an annual event not to be missed!

Another early temptation on Sunday, March 12, is Irish Fest at Hawk’s View Golf Club (7377 Krueger Road, Lake Geneva). Corned beef, cabbage and carrots, as well as baked chicken, will whet your appetite for all things Irish, while being entertained by the Evan & Tom Leahy Band and the Trinity Irish Dancers. Adults $15 / Seniors $12. Something to tempt all the senses and it’s never too early to get your Irish on!

Looking for an entire weekend of green? Lake Lawn Resort (2400 E. Geneva Street, Delavan) has plenty of it planned for the holiday weekend! Friday, March 17 through Sunday, March 19, they will offer all things Irish from breakfast through to dinner. Start with O’Malley’s Breakfast Skillet, then corned beef & cabbage for lunch, a Creme de Menthe Andes Candies Chocolate Mint Cupcake as an afternoon treat, and Guinness-braised lamb shank with all the trimmings finishes it off for dinner. There’s sure to be something green in a mug found later on in the evening as well!

Celebrate shamrocks and shenanigans during Crafted Americana’s St. Patrick’s Day specials from Friday, March 17 through Saturday, March 18. From lunch offerings of Irish poundies, Guinness fish & chips, and reuben sandwiches, to dinner plates of traditional corned beef & cabbage, shepherd’s pie and bangers & mash, you’re sure to find something Irish to your liking! Late night from 10p to midnight, top off the day with reuben sliders. Put on your green and make the scene at Crafted Americana, at The Ridge (W4240 Highway 50, Lake Geneva).

Popeye’s is setting aside their usual All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry on Friday, March 17, for their favorite celebration of the year – St. Patrick’s Day. Specials start at $3.99, with corned beef & cabbage starting at $5.99 and offering three portion sizes to choose from. There’s no excuse to not get enough here, and Popeye’s guarantees green beer and lots o’ fun!

Whatever your tastes or ethnicity, you can’t deny being a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day and celebrating it in Walworth County. Come show us your way to wear green! For a full list of events, visit the Walworth County Visitors Bureau’s Calendar of Events at VisitWalworthCounty.com.


Treat Your Valentine To Something Sweet!


The most romantic day of the year is February 14.  Do you need help finding that perfect getaway or perhaps a nice evening out on the town?  We are here to help.

Check out the list above for dining & entertainment options or indulge in a getaway with special packages & deals listed below –

Calladora Spa
Rest & Relaxation Retreat Looking for a little R&R? Come to Lake Lawn Resort where we have paired our restful guest rooms with our relaxing Calladora Spa in our Rest & Relaxation Retreat. This one night package can be booked for multiple nights and includes overnight accommodations in the room type of your choice, $100 in Calladora Spa credit per night, and $50 food and beverage credit per night valid at any of our onsite restaurants.
Package details: Blackout Dates, Restrictions, and Saturday minimum night stays may apply Advanced reservations are strongly suggested for the Calladora Spa and Frontier Restaurant Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion Pricing varies depending on the date and room type selected Any remaining portion of the credit upon checkout will be forfeited
Couples Getaway An important aspect of any relationship is spending quality time together. Bring your other half to Lake Lawn Resort on our Calladora Couples Getaway. This getaway is for two nights in the room type of your choice and includes a 50-minute Calladora Couples Massage in our Calladora Spa and $100 food and beverage credit valid at any of our onsite restaurants.
Package details: Blackout Dates, Restrictions, and Saturday minimum night stays may apply Advanced reservations are strongly suggested for the Calladora Spa and Frontier Restaurant Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion Pricing varies depending on the date and room type selected Any remaining portion of the credit upon checkout will be forfeited

Fontana Paddle Company
Valentine’s Specials Valentine’s Day is about love, and we LOVE our customers. So we have almost the entire store on sale. Come in for In Store Only specials. Drastic clearance on a few SWEET boards new and used. All boards and accessories are 25% off or more. Expires 2/14/2017.
Every board purchase comes with:

Free storage till spring
Layaway option
Store Hours: Tuesday through Friday 8am – 4:30pm
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday by appointment only

Grand Geneva Resort & Spa
Snowbody I’d Rather Love Valentine’s Package Shout it from The Mountain Top if you’re in love! 
Spend this Valentine’s Day skiing, snowboarding, and enjoying the scenic views from The Mountain Top at Grand Geneva. This heartwarming winter package is sure to please the adventurous couple.
One night stay in a deluxe guest room
Two lift tickets for one day of skiing or snowboarding
Ski or snowboard rentals for two
Two Apres Ski Cocktails
Anderson Candies on day of arrival
Valid February 1 – February 28, 2017. Valid Sunday-Thursday. Package is subject to availability. Package does not include nightly resort fee and taxes. Please cancel 72 hours prior to arrival to avoid penalty of one night’s stay plus tax. Not valid toward group bookings.
The Snuggle Is Real Valentine’s Package Its lovely weather for this overnight package for two. First comes love. Then comes marriage. And somewhere in there is a cozy ride on a horse-drawn carriage. Snuggle up with your special someone for a sleigh or carriage ride and a romantic dinner for two.

Two-night stay in a deluxe guestroom
Horse-drawn carriage or sleigh ride together (weather permitting)
Grand Geneva blanket to snuggle up with as you wind through the 1,300-acre property
15% spa discount
Romantic dinner for two at Geneva ChopHouse or Ristoranté Brissago ($150 dining credit)
Valid February 1 – February 28, 2017. 72 hour advance reservations are required. Advance reservation is required for carriage or sleigh ride. Call (262) 215-5303 to reserve your carriage ride. Package is subject to availability. Package does not include nightly resort fee and taxes. Please cancel 72 hours prior to arrival to avoid penalty of one night’s stay plus tax. Not valid toward group bookings.

Harbor Shores on Lake Geneva
Valentine’s Special 
You’re our number one crush! So with that said, we want to be your host for you and your significant other this Valentine’s Day. Stay with us February 12-17 and enjoy a Complimentary Upgrade to a Lakeview with Balcony and Complimentary Bottle of Wine!
$89.00 Sunday-Thursday
$129.00 Friday
Must be 21 or older to book this Special. Not valid with any other offer/discount. Advanced reservations required. Based on availability. Some other restrictions may apply.

Tattered Leaf Designs Flowers & Gifts
Delivering Love On Valentine’s Day
 Let Tattered Leaf Designs add that special touch for your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day.
Dozen Roses starting at $29.95 ( wrapped)
Delivery starts at $39.95
Special Valentines Delivery is only $10.00 within 10 miles
Personalize your token of love with our unique line of
candles, jewelry, gifts, candy and custom made Valentine cards
3 ways to order – Order early for best selection! Ordering is easy and fast go on line, email, or call – http://www.tatteredleafdesign.com

The Abbey Resort & Avani Spa
REJUVENATE DAY PACKAGE $250 (REG. $330) Enjoy a day at Avani Spa with our popular Rejuvenate Day Package. This day package includes three hours of treatments along with full spa access on the day of your services.
Package includes:
50 minute Avani Massage
50 minute Avani Facial
Express Manicure
Express Pedicure
Full Spa Access On Day Of Service
Valid Monday – Thursday January 1 – February 28, 2017 excluding holidays. Based on availability. May not be combined with any other discount.
FEBRUARY SPA SPECIAL You deserve relaxation and rejuvenation like only Avani Spa can offer! Escape to Avani and enjoy up to 35% off spa services Monday – Thursday.
20% off all 25 minute services
30% off all 50 minute services
35% off of 75/80 minute services
Based on availability, Monday-Thursday only. Valid February 1-28, 2017. Based on availability. May not be combined with any other discounts.
$50 (All Week) Immerse your hands in a warm soothing soak, followed by a gentle scrub with oil free sea salt to remove dead skin cells. Ease fatigue and soften dry skin with an application of luxurious champagne Shea Butter and vitamin enriched moisturizers to the hands and forearms.
Champagne Pedicure | 50 minutes $65 (All Week) Immerse your feet in a warm soothing soak, followed by a gentle scrub with oil free sea salt to remove dead skin cells. Ease fatigue and soften dry skin with an application of luxurious champagne Shea Butter and vitamin enriched moisturizers to the feet and lower legs.
Champagne and Roses Body Scrub | 25 minutes $65 (Mon-Fri) | $75 (Sat/Sun)
Renew your skin for the Spring. This sea salt and champagne Shea Butter scrub gently exfoliates to remove dead skin cells and leave the skin soft and ready for the new season.
Champagne and Roses Massage| 50 minutes $135 (Mon-Fri) | $145 (Sat/Sun) Absorb the rich, renewing bouquet of champagne and rose with our Relaxation Massage. The ultimate hydrating treatment with a powerful blend of Shea Butter, vitamins A, C, D and grapeseed oil will leave your skin lightly fragranced with a soft and silky finish.
Champagne and Roses treatments available February 1-28, 2017, excluding holidays. Based on availability. May not be combined with any other discounts.

The Ridge Hotel
Valentine’s Overnight Package Celebrate your love with a romantic getaway to Lake Geneva. Enjoy the holiday on your time at The Ridge Hotel, as our Valentine’s package is available to be booked Friday, February 10th thru Sunday, February 19th.This Overnight Package Includes:
Overnight stay for Two
$100 Dinner Credit in Crafted Americana
Champagne and Truffles delivered upon arrival
20% Discount on Individual Spa services at The Ridge Spa & Salon
The above pricing does not include tax and resort fee. The above rates are based on double occupancy. Rates are based on availability and subject to change. Not available to groups. May not be combined with other offers. Other restrictions may apply. For all accommodations, check-in begins at 4 p.m. and check-out is by 12 pm.

Celebrate Christmas with a Dinner or Brunch In The Lake Geneva Area


It’s the most wonderful time of the year and we want to help you relax during Christmas and enjoy the season.

There are many restaurants in the Lake Geneva Area that are offering delicious dinners and brunches on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.  Below you will find a listing of dining options for your Christmas holiday.

December 24 –

Hunt Club Steakhouse | 4 – 9 pm

Lake Lawn Resort | 5 – 9 pm

The Geneva Inn | 5 – 10 pm

December 25 –

Crafted Americana | 7 – 11 am

240° West | 9 am – 2 pm

Grand Geneva Resort & Spa | 10 am – 3 pm

The Geneva Inn | 10 am – 3 pm

Lake Lawn Resort | 10 am- 6 pm

Crafted Americana | 11 am – 9 pm

240° West | 5 – 10 pm


Enjoy Thanksgiving in the Lake Geneva Area – 2016

Thanksgiving is almost here and we’ve got some dining options for you!  If you’re looking to leave the cooking to someone else this year, we are here to help.  Whether you’d like to have a nice meal at one of our great restaurants, or you’d like to eat at home without any of the cooking.  Large family get-togethers or an intimate dinner for two, we have gathered your restaurant choices for Thanksgiving 2016.

If you’re doing the cooking yourself, check out specials at our local butchers…and don’t forget the pie – our area has great bakeries, including The Elegant Farmer (Mukwonago), Lake Geneva Cannery (Delavan) and Lake Geneva Pie Company (Lake Geneva)!


240° West at The Abbey Resort | 10 am – 5 pm (buffet)
$39.95/adults, $15.95/children 5-12, under 5 complimentary

Crafted Americana at The Ridge Hotel | 9 am – 12 pm (pre-order carry-out)

Crafted Americana at The Ridge Hotel | 11 am – 6 pm (buffet)
$36.95/adults, $16.95/children

Crafted Americana at The Ridge Hotel | 6 – 9 pm (limited menu)
prices vary

Fireside Dinner Theatre | 11 am – 1:30 pm (buffet)

Frontier Restaurant at Lake Lawn Resort | 11 am – 7 pm (buffet)
$40.95/adults, $18.95/children 4-12

Grand Geneva Resort & Spa |10 am – 4 pm (buffet)

Hunt Club Steakhouse | 12 – 8 pm (limited menu)

Isle of Capri Cafe at Lake Lawn Resort | (pre-order carry-out)

Ye Olde Hotel Restaurant | 11:30 am – 6 pm (limited menu)
$16-$20/adults, $6/children