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The power of the flowers 11 a.m., Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy, 251 Elkhorn Road, Williams Bay. Learn to identify the colors and smells of flowers. Visit the Kishwauketoe Facebook page for conservation updates.
Hoo’s Woods Raptor Show 11:30 a.m., Edgewater Park, Williams Bay. Dianne Moller, of the Hoo’s Woods Raptor Center, presents the show, a free educational event during the Williams Bay Farmers Market. Dogs will not be allowed under the park pavilion, but are welcome to watch from a distance.
Sip and Shop 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Alpine Valley Resort, W2501 County Road D, Elkhorn. Over 60 local and national vendors including food, beer, wine and other drink stalls. Free parking and entry. Visit alpinevalleyresort.com for more details.
End of summer party starts at noon at Legends Food & Spirits, W3731 Club House Drive; and Thirsty Parrot, W3725 Club House Drive. Celebration of the opening of the two sites, which are located in the city of Geneva. Free food, live music, freebies, and drink specials including a chance to win a week-long stay at Waykiri Condos in Aruba with every beverage purchase.
Traffic light festival 9 p.m. to 2:30 a.m., Thumbs Up, 260 Broad St., Lac Léman. Wear green if you’re single and ready to mingle, yellow if it’s complicated, red if you’re stuck. Glow in the dark bracelets are also available for those not wearing green, red or yellow clothing. See thumbsuplakegeneva.com for more details.