Monday, March 18, 2019

Highground Veterans Memorial Pays Tribute to Sacrifice and Service

Highground Serves as Place of Healing and Learning Machines fight the wars, but it’s the humans behind those machines who bear the wounds. The Highground in Neillsville is a place of healing and respite from the...

Exploring Big Eau Pleine Park

Big Eau Pleine Park Full of Outdoor Opportunity Boasting lush forest and a water view, Big Eau Pleine Park proves you don’t have to travel far to find a great park. The 2,050 acre park extends...

Historic Point Basse to Host Murder Mystery Event

Help Solve a Whodunit Mystery at Point Basse A body was discovered while cleaning out the ice house, and the citizens of Point Basse have a mystery on their hands. Did the former employee die in...

Newman’s Miniature Golf Course & Ice Cream

Newman's Offers Fun and Affordable Family Fun For an affordable and family-friendly summer outing, try a game of miniature golf. Newman’s 1st Street Miniature Golf Course and Ice Cream has been a favorite spot for multiple...

Wisconsin Rapids To Host World’s Largest Waterski Show

Waterski Show Takes Place Thursday-Sunday in Wisconsin Rapids Each July, waterski teams gather for the largest show tournament in the world – and it’s in Wisconsin Rapids. Starting Thursday, July 20 and ending Sunday, July 23,...

Stratford Farmer’s Market Open on Wednesdays

The Stratford Farmers Market makes healthy living a little easier to obtain. Open every Wednesday from 4-7 p.m., the market runs June through September. Brighten up a living space with a bouquet of fresh flowers...

Exploring the Rudolph Grotto Gardens

Historic Grotto Full of Wonder Tranquil and bursting with natural beauty, the Rudolph Grotto Gardens is a fascinating gem in the heart of Rudolph. The 7.5 acre site, located behind St. Phillips church, includes twenty-six impressive...

Exploring the Yellowstone Trail

Historic Yellowstone Trail Offers Scenic Route Instead of using the Interstate, take the road less traveled and rediscover the Yellowstone Trail, a historic auto route that stretches across Wisconsin. Established in 1912, the 3,600 mile route...

Chalkfest Set to Transform Wausau’s 400 Block

Explore Chalk Masterpieces in Downtown Wausau A comic book cover. A Disney princess. A roaring lion. These are a few things someone might see when wandering around downtown Wausau July 15-16. Since 2004, Chalkfest has transformed...

Exploring Schmeeckle Reserve (Stevens Point)

Schmeeckle Reserve Offers Respite in Nature Right next to a bustling commercial area stretches the vast, 280-acre Schmeeckle Reserve (pronounced shmee-klee), the arboretum of UW-Stevens Point. A variety of well-kept trails totaling five miles wind their...

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