Light can be a transformative element in art. And that power is fully illuminated at Madison’s Olbrich Gardens this fall throughout the GLEAM | Art in a New Light exhibit, on view until Oct. 28.
Wisconsin is home to many stunning communities, parks and wildlife preserves. So, it’s no wonder that come fall, the state transforms into an autumnal wonderland.
Check out the must-attend fall festivals in Wisconsin to embrace, enjoy and soak up the best of the Midwest autumnal season.
These five Milwaukee County Parks public golf courses provide a challenge, a history lesson and wallet-friendly green fees for your Sunday Fun Day.
Overture Center and Madison Symphony Orchestra recognize Hispanic Heritage Month with a jaw-dropping array of performances, visual arts and other programming, starting in early October.
As far as Wisconsin supper clubs go, Ishnala Supper Club in Lake Delton is the cream of the crop and belle of the old fashioned cocktail ball.
In Wisconsin, fall is celebrated lavishly with numerous Oktoberfest events that capture the essence of German tradition and culture. From Milwaukee to Chippewa Falls, the following are some of the top Oktoberfest celebrations in Wisconsin.
The Commodore – A Bartolotta Restaurant–a highly anticipated 2024 opening on Nagawicka Lake–is now accepting wedding and event bookings.
Following a 20-year break, Pabst Brewing Company is set to revive production of its beloved local classic, Old Style Beer, starting this November. This revival will take place in its original hometown of La Crosse.
Anna Franklin is the founder and creative director of Stone House Collective, a full-service interior design firm serving Wisconsin and beyond.