From Country Fest to Balloon and Rib Fest to the Old Car Show, there's a whole bunch of stuff in the area to do this weekend.
That includes one event that's a little quieter.
It's the North Central Wisconsin Master Gardeners Annual Garden Walk. It'll show off a half dozen gardens in the area, including the Zoromski garden outside of Hatley.
Greg Zoromski says it all got started during major renovations to the farmhouse. Including work on a system that doesn't smell quite as sweet as the average flower.
"One of the first places we did was redoing the septic and the drain field was dug up and we thought that could be a good place and I brought several hostas and black eyed susans and that was the start, " says Greg.
The garden walk is Friday afternoon and evening and again Saturday from 9am to 3pm.
Click here for a full list of gardens feature and for ticket information.
By the way, the Zoromski garden will be the focus of this week's Great Gardens segment. That's Sunday at 10pm on NewsChannel 7, Weekend.
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