Sunday, May 26, 2019

Military Working Dog Tribute Dedication at The Highground

Exhibit to Be Dedicated June 2 On Saturday, June 2nd, the public is invited to attend the dedication of the Military Working Dog Tribute at The Highground Veterans Memorial Park near Neillsville. Dogs have fought alongside American...

Lil’ Ole Winemaker Shoppe a Stop for Hobbyists and Special Occasions

For the wine enthusiast, Lil’ Ole Winemaker Shoppe in downtown Wausau is a must-stop. Selling all kinds of local home and gift items, wine and beer-making supplies, vinegar and oils, cheese, and of course, wine,...

Winter Activities on the Green Circle Trail

Ski, Snowshoe, Snow Bike and More in Stevens Point The Green Circle Trail in Stevens Point isn't just a great bike route in the summer—sections of it can also be used for winter sports like...

Lucille Tack Center to Welcome Helen Welch for ‘The Carpenters’

There’s a reason why Richard Carpenter, himself, gave Helen Welch his blessing to create SUPERSTAR: The Songs, The Stories, The Carpenters. The show is not a tribute act. Rather, it is a one-of-a-kind ‘docu-musical’...

Veterans Day at The Highground

Explore - The Highground Veterans Memorial Park will observe Veterans Day on Sunday, November 11th. At 10am, the names of the 1,244 Wisconsin KIAs/MIAs in the Vietnam War, 877 names of the WI KIAs/MIAs...

Fall Colors at Powers Bluff

Powers Bluff and surrounding area are worth a drive this week to view the gradually peaking fall colors of 2018. Here's a peek from this weekend: http://explorecentralwisconsin.com/experience-fall-colors-powers-bluff-county-park

Wood County Camping Season Begins April 27

Wood County Campgrounds It may be hard to believe, but camping season is nearly here! In Wood County, camping is available at Dexter Park, North Wood County Park and South Wood County Park. There are...

Christian Band to Play at the Tack

Explore - The community volunteerism and generosity of Bill and Linda Bauer are legendary to the village of Spencer and the surrounding area. For more than three decades they have gifted time, energy and...

Farm Tech Days: Traditions Run Deep in Farming Families

Long Hours and Hard Work Crucial to Farming Local residents, Daryl and Brenda Sternweis, Ken and Joellen Heiman, Kelvin and Marilyn Heiman and their families will host the largest agricultural show in Wisconsin in 2018...

Central Wisconsin Literacy Council Hosting Book and Bake Sale

Central Wisconsin Literacy Council will be hosting a Book and Bake Sale on January 18th and 19th 2019 from 8a-4p at St. John the Evangelist Episcopalian Church (320 S. Oak St. Wisconsin Rapids-Across from...

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