Waukesha Janboree to Take Place this Weekend
The warm weather is not putting a damper on the Waukesha Janboree this weekend.
The winter festival is in its 32nd year and has all kinds of winter-weather activities like skating, ice carving, and sled dogs.
The toboggan runs and ice fishing are two of the events that are cancelled.
The city said there's still something for everyone and say they're making the most out of the un-winter-like weather.
The Janboree kicks off Friday afternoon and runs through Sunday.