If you are looking for something fun to do on your Saturday morning, you should check out the East Town Market while you still can this fall.
I sat down with Emily Linn, assistant director of East Town Association, to talk about what goes on from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Cathedral Square.
The East Town Market boasts about 30 produce vendors. All the foods offered are freshly prepared with locally grown products.
They also have craft vendors, food trucks, and coffee tents at the park each Saturday. The Wisconsin Athletic Club provides yoga classes from 9 to 10 a.m., and then Danceworks offers a dance workout from 10 to 11 a.m.
East Town Market has live music at the park each Saturday, as well. A local band plays for your entertainment as you relax or shop throughout the rest of the morning. This year, the East Town Market will be open on Saturdays until Oct. 4, so get there soon.
Lisa Mihelich is a recent graduate of Marquette University, majoring in Broadcast Communications. Over the past year, she has been an on-camera correspondent on the daily live morning talk show, "The Morning Blend," on WTMJ4.
Over the summer she was one of the on-field game show hosts for the Lakeshore Chinooks, a baseball team in the Northwoods league. Her additional background includes field reporting, celebrity interviews, live studio segments, satellite interviews, writing, Marquette news anchor, talk show host of MUTV's Evening Twist, and man-on-the-street interviewing.
Previously, Lisa was a competitive figure skater, testing through the senior level. She also has
helped on the sets of a Boris Wexler film, and in a Gil Cates, Jr. film, "The Surface." Lisa has also interned for "The Morning Blend" and for Jennifer's Talent Agency.