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  • Art and Craft Fairs

    Last Updated: 10/24/2011

    With the holidays around the corner, November becomes “Holiday Art & Craft Show” month in Wisconsin. Here are a few of Wisconsin’s best, largest, homespun, or most unusual holiday craft fairs.

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  • Get the Girls and Go!

    Last Updated: 10/21/2011

    “Sure, honey, go hunting…you deserve a break. Oh, and honey? Some of the girls asked me to go on a long weekend with them. You don’t mind, do you?” From sipping to zipping, we’ve got your girls’ weekend adventures covered!

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  • Relax, Girlfriend! Time for a (re)treat!

    Last Updated: 9/13/2011

    Past due for some quality girl time? Don’t worry, there are retreats ready just for you! Shopping, spas, art, wine, adventure or outdoors, Wisconsin has you covered.

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  • Fall Art Tours

    Last Updated: 9/13/2011

    Pairing brilliant fall color and beautiful art comes naturally this fall. Gain a unique perspective of what fall means to Wisconsin by attending these art events.

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  • Wisconsin's Great Grottos and Famous Folk Art

    Last Updated: 8/4/2011

    You won’t find our most extraordinary folk art and grottos in museums. For that, you have to travel to some of the most beautiful places in the state.

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  • Islands in the Sun: Surprise! They're in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 7/12/2011

    Not only does the Dairy State have its own islands to brag about, but they’re every bit as appealing in their own Wisconsin way.

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  • The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help

    Last Updated: 1/10/2011

    In a small rural town 15 miles northeast of the hustle and bustle of Green Bay you’ll find yourself in a peaceful surrounding of dairy farms and fields. Then, on a small road in New Franken, you’ll come across a heavenly site... The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help.

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  • Ho-Chunk Nation Offers Cultural Tours

    Last Updated: 7/21/2010

    Like their neighbors of European descent, Wisconsin’s Ho-Chunk people have survived centuries of struggle to develop and preserve a rich cultural heritage. That heritage is illuminated in several cultural tours.

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  • Mineral Point: Where Wisconsin Began

    Last Updated: 7/7/2010

    Lying amid the mineral-rich coulees of the Driftless area in the southwestern corner of the state, Mineral Point has been dubbed the “place where Wisconsin began.”

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  • Milwaukee Goes Native American

    Last Updated: 7/1/2010

    No event allows you to experience the passion and culture of the American Indian people quite like a Pow Wow. Drums pound, feet stomp and bright colors swirl in a vibrant pageant of music and celebration; a lively and uplifting combination of traditional dancing, singing, and storytelling.

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