Buying local is a sure bet in terms of procuring premium chocolate. Wisconsin has several chocolatiers who have amassed fans around the country because of their distinctive creations and excellent customer service.
From Feb. 2 to Feb. 6, Lake Geneva welcomes its 27th annual Winterfest–and is the staging ground for the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championship, which hosts teams from across the United States. In addition to over-the-top snow sculptures, guests can enjoy plenty of frosty fun for the whole family.
Though large-scale events are put on pause, there’s still plenty of fun to be had for your child’s birthday party at these family-friendly Wisconsin spots–whether you’re raising an animal lover, an aquatic adventurer or the next Harry Potter.
Samantha Strenger is the co-owner of Keefe Vacation Rentals (soon to be Geneva Lakes Vacations) in Lake Geneva and is southeastern Wisconsin’s largest local vacation rental management company. “My business partner, Tom Keefe, and I also develop our own unique out-of-the-box rentals, designed to give visitors the ultimate Lake Geneva experience.”
From savory pepperoni pizza bagels to sweet peanut butter and jelly bagelwiches, Milwaukee is ba-goals and is every Wisconsinite’s go-to destination for celebrating National Bagel Month.
Whether you’re a pro on the ice or are just dipping your toes into the water—er, ice—of the sport, you’ll find plenty of wintery destinations to visit and get your skate on. Here’s where to ice skate in Wisconsin this winter.
With perfectly frosted slopes, snowboarding in Wisconsin can feel like a dream. The state boasts a multitude of stops to get the perfect gear, thrilling trails to conquer and classes to get you up and moving like the pros.
During winter, an abundance of geometric domes pop up around Wisconsin, providing gorgeous settings for large soirees or more intimate gatherings. No matter the size of the guest list, Lake Geneva is one locale that has as an igloo at the ready for any occasion.
It is finally time to start planning how you and your loved ones will ring in 2022 and, with the help of some local fine-dining spots in Wisconsin, you can begin the new chapter in luxe style this New Year’s Eve.
Lindsay Christians, food editor and arts writer at The Capital Times and cohost of the Corner Table (a podcast about food and drink in Madison), has authored Madison Chefs: Stories of Food, Farms, and People, set to come out Dec. 21. In this new release, Christians takes readers on an in-depth look at nine Madison-area chefs and showcases why the city endures as a culinary gem.