With colder temps likely to dominate the forecast for months to come, it’s beneficial to find activities best enjoyed outdoors to prevent being stuck inside until spring arrives. The following winter sport professionals in Wisconsin are excellent resources for acquiring—or improving—one’s skiing, snowboarding, ice skating or ice fishing skills.
With unique holiday dining experiences inside igloos and winter wonderlands or a luxe brunch with Santa and your little one’s favorite reindeers, there is a plethora of festive dining fun in Wisconsin that will keep you feeling holly and jolly all December long.
The Sailing Education Association of Sheboygan (SEAS) aims to promote safety and knowledge for a lifetime of boating enjoyment for all. With a slogan of “Boating for Everyone,” the nonprofit focuses on education, innovative solutions and accessibility for those with physical, cognitive or financial needs.
Lake Geneva has been ranked as the 17th best Christmas town out of 152 cities across America. The spot is famous for its festive winter fun, but Lake Geneva isn’t the only city in Wisconsin that is bursting with holiday cheer. The following are the best holiday events and attractions Wisconsin has to offer.
Misconceptions abound regarding where to find high-caliber vegetarian cuisine. However, Paradigm Coffee and Music in Sheboygan is demonstrating vegcentric food businesses can not only survive—but thrive—in the Midwest.
Non-invasive. Cutting edge. Both astutely describe the treatments Genevieve Schultz and Rebecca Westphal curate for their Advanced Aesthetics clientele in Downtown Madison.
Time to whip out the wrapping supplies. Whether for the foodie, arts enthusiast, pet parent or DIYer in your life, here are gifts for giving and getting this holiday season from some of our favorite Wisconsin-based businesses.
Marit Sathrum is the owner and director of Inner Fire Yoga, which has offered hot yoga to the Madison community since 2002. “Our mission is to foster a thriving yoga community by offering a full schedule and wide variety of yoga classes, with the highest level of expertise and integrity.”
If looking for a merry and bright event to treat family and friends to in Wisconsin, reserve tickets to one of these shows.
If you’re looking for an enchanting and cozy weekend away in Wisconsin, you can’t go wrong with a trip to Door County. During literally any season of the year, visitors are treated to picturesque nature views complemented by small town charm and a notoriously cozy community. Whether you’re cozied up with a great cup of espresso at the Door County Coffee and Tea house or you’re settling in for a charming winter evening at the White Gull Inn, you’ll be sure to have a truly quaint time. Here are some of the coziest places to visit in Door County.