Craft Beer

Once upon a time, you could walk into any old tavern anywhere in the country and find pretty much the same five or six beers on tap. And, making exceptions for brand loyalty, there wasn’t much distinguishing those five or six beers from one another. Well, the world of beer has changed an awful lot in the last 20 years, bringing a whole new level of variety, creativity, and craftsmanship light-years beyond the yellow-and-fizzy suds of yore. Accompanying its proud brewing tradition, La Crosse, Wisconsin’s connection to beer runs long and deep, and today you can’t find a restaurant or tavern in the area that doesn’t offer a diverse selection of local, domestic, micro, and import brews.

Nocturnal Animals Program at the National Wildlife & Fish Refuge

As daylight turns to darkness, the evening hours offer new ways to experience wildlife! On Friday, September 6, 2019 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm, come join experts from Viterbo University, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Midwest Fisheries Center and the Upper...

Pro Anglers Host Clinic for Boys and Girls Club of La Crosse

 Major League Fishing (MLF) anglers James Elam, Roy Hawk, Kelly Jordan, Gary Klein, Keith Poche, Jonathon VanDam, Kevin VanDam and MLF Staff will host a youth fishing clinic at Pettibone Park (700 N Pettibone Drive, La Crosse) for 100 youth from the Boys...