Any time of day, any time of year, La Crosse is full of exciting opportunities for learning, exploration, and entertainment. Whether you prefer to be outdoors or in, out late or up early, on the go with friends or relaxing with your family, you’ll find plenty to pack your days in La Crosse. Come back to the blog for updates! BLOG FOR US.
By: Stacey Roou A cabin in the woods “Write meaningful lyrics to a song and it might come true!” That’s the spirit that songwriter and guitarist Lou Shields brought to his song, Cabin in the Woods. At that time, Lou was a rambler, touring in his van across...read more
On Saturday, November 10th at 2pm, there will be a special program at Castlerock Museum in Alma, Wisconsin with Gary Schlosstein, the museum’s founder. Gary will take visitors on a walk around the museum, sharing stories behind some of the rare and...read more
You never know what you’re going to get when you turn onto a road in Wisconsin–it might be straight as an arrow through corn and soybean fields for dozens of miles, or it might be a twisting, turning, sightseer’s adventure...See more on Motorcycling in La...read more
Weber Center for the Performing Arts announces: Almost Sunrise A feature documentary by Michael Collins & Marty Syjuco Weber Center for the Performing Arts announces that tickets are available now for “Almost Sunrise A feature documentary by Michael...read more
The UW-La Crosse Department of Music will host the 2018 La Crosse New Music Festival Tuesday-Thursday, Nov. 6-8. The Nov. 6 and 8 concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m.in Annett Recital Hall, Center for the Arts, 333 N. 16th St. The Wednesday, Nov. 7, concert...read more
Fieldnotes handcrafted spirits now available in stores, bars and restaurants. La Crosse Distilling Co., one of Wisconsin’s newest craft distilleries and the first distillery in La Crosse’s history, today launched distribution of its Fieldnotes spirit line...read more
It’s Deer Hunting Time in Wisconsin! This year’s Deer Hunt Media Packet and related podcasts can be found online at https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Hunt/wildwisconsin.html The DNR will update the packet as needed leading up to the 9-day gun deer hunt. In the 2018...read more
Metalsmiths from through Wisconsin will show their work in an upcoming UW-La Crosse art exhibition. “Wisconsin Metal NOW” opens with a reception from 4-6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, in the University Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts, 333 16th St. N. An artist talk...read more
The annual Waterfowl Observation Day, hosted by the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, Friends of the Refuge – Mississippi River Pools 7 & 8 (FOR78) and the Friends of the Upper Mississippi (FUM), will be held Saturday, November...read more
A refuge naturalist will be available at the Brownsville Overlook on Saturdays and Sundays from November 3 – November 18, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., to share information about migrating water birds. The Brownsville Overlook is one of the best places along the...read more
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Weber Center for the Performing Arts announces that tickets are on sale now for SHADES OF BUBLÉSM: A Three-Man Tribute to Michael Bublé. SHADES OF BUBLÉSM celebrates the continuing career of multi-Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael Bublé with...read more
Blog – Updates, News, and Happenings in La Crosse, WI
Winter sports and outdoor enthusiasts will love La Crosse, Wisconsin, in the wintertime. Six months worth of snowfall in our wooded bluffs, expansive marshes, and frozen bottomlands means some of the best skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling anyone could hope to…
Grandad Bluff has become not only a destination point for thousands, but also a symbol of this great Coulee Region. La Crosse’s recent renovation (completed in April of 2012) showed the importance and grandeur of Grandad Bluff to all who visit! Grandad Bluff is a city park located by following Main Street east which becomes Bliss Road (small vehicle only) as you ascend the bluff. At the top, the entrance is found by turning right on Grandad Bluff Road. The 600-ft high bluff overlooks the city of La Crosse.