Port Washington Wisconsin
The county seat of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, is Port Washington. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 82,015, an increase of 9,121 over the 1990 census.
For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.
Additional information is available at these pages:
Other Wisconsin Counties nearby:
(Juneau) Dodge County
(Milwaukee) Milwaukee County
(Port Washington) Ozaukee County
(Sheboygan) Sheboygan County
(West Bend) Washington County
(Waukesha) Waukesha County
01/23 Coming to The Port Washington area
Dairy State Cheese and Beer Festival Kenosha WI April20 This fun-filled event includes cheese from around the state of Wisconsin, some of the area’s finest beers and live music.
North Shore Unitarian Church Art Fair Deerfield IL April27-28 NSUC's annual ART FAIR is a juried show featuring the original works of 65+ talented artists and artisans. The fine art and fine crafts exhibited include photography, painting, ceramics, glass, paper, woodwork, metalwork, jewelry, sculpture, fiber, clothing and mixed media. Exhibiting artists come from Illinois as well as from several surrounding states.
Montello's Fish-n-Fun Montello WI May3-5 Fly over the city in a helicopter, paddle down the Fox River like Marquette and Joliet in a guided canoe, munch on cotton candy between thrilling carnival rides, send the kids fishing with the pros on Montello Lake.
Chocolate Fest Long Grove IL May3-5 Dive into three days of nothing but CHOCOLATE! Mmm, chocolate strawberries, donuts, and much more! Every spring, the Village of Long Grove celebrates the existence of the world's best tasting antioxidant.
Skokie Festival of Cultures Skokie IL May18-19 Since its inception in 1991, the Skokie Festival of Cultures has become one of the premier ethnic festivals in Illinois, attracting more than 380,000 visitors and dozens of cultures, all representing Skokie's tremendous diversity.
Prairie Arts Festival Schaumburg IL May25-26 Over 140 painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelers, potters - artists of every sort - will display their work outdoors on the landscaped grounds. Entertainment on three stages, a food court, children's art activities, as well as free parking and free admission round out the event.