Though Overture Center for the Arts is currently closed, the historic Madison venue is offering a spooky way to ring in the season with a new interactive virtual event—Under the Ghost Light—on Thursday, Oct. 29 at 8 p.m.
Author: Melissa Larsen
Although the Overture Center for the Arts is closed this fall, Madison Opera is still giving art enthusiasts the chance to see and hear their favorite talents take the stage.
After an extensive search, the Milwaukee Art Museum has named Kantara Souffrant, PhD, as the Curator of Community Dialogue for the institution. Dr. Souffrant begins Jan. 4, 2021.
Nothing says “Welcome to fall!” quite like picking the most perfect pumpkin for your porch with a cup of hot apple cider in hand. Here are six top pumpkin patches and fall festivals to visit in Wisconsin this season.
Looking to tee up this weekend? These four Milwaukee County Parks public golf courses provide a challenge, a history lesson and wallet-friendly green fees for your Sunday Fun Day.
In honor of the start of Hunger Action Month, Food Fight Restaurant Group is undoubtedly taking action. During September, the company partners with Second Harvest Foodbank to create awareness about this crisis in Madison and use collective resources to help generate donations for the fight against hunger.
For the first time in its history, Southern Wisconsin’s Taliesin is offering a self-guided opportunity to walk the exterior of the historic estate. Guests get to roam the 800-acre estate and experience a unique look into its history from architectural and agricultural viewpoints.
Since the 80’s, Literacy Green Bay has been a constant resource to help adults and families in Wisconsin acquire educational, computer and workforce skills. This month, the nonprofit hosts its seventh-annual award and appreciation virtual fundraiser to honor the individuals and organizations who exemplified Literacy Green Bay’s mission in the past year.
Though Madison’s popular Saturday Market on the Square has been canceled for the time being, locals can still support their local farmers via Dane County Farmers’ Market. Here are three ways you can get your farm-fresh goods.
You don’t need to haul off to the West or East Coast to get your fill of the beach this summer. Wisconsin offers its fair share of beautiful lakeside beaches—complete with biking trails, golf courses, lighthouses and more—to enjoy on a hot day this season.