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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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  • Six Great Summer Art Fairs

    Last Updated: 6/23/2010

    Artists have been selling their works outdoors for thousands of years, and that tradition remains strong today. From a sparkling set of bejeweled earrings to a stunning oil painting of a dramatic sunset, you’re sure to find something that stirs your sense

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  • Beyond Lambeau Field: Discover Green Bay’s Local Treasures

    Last Updated: 4/30/2010

    You may be so football-clueless that you think the word “Lombardi” describes a style of pasta. Even so, the Green Bay area offers plenty of great things to do.

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  • Marinette County ATV Trails

    Last Updated: 3/11/2010

    Marinette County is big – at 1,402 square miles it’s the third largest county in the state. Its county forests total 231,000 acres – second largest in Wisconsin. For ATVers, there’s plenty of room to roam.

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  • Trains, Planes and Automobiles; Wisconsin Museums Cover Them All

    Last Updated: 12/29/2009

    Transportation buffs love Wisconsin. We keep their motors running, literally and figuratively, with a brace of transportation museums that are unparalleled short of the Smithsonian. If it’s got wheels and an engine, Wisconsin’s got a museum for it.

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  • Wisconsin Historic Sites Put Heritage in Holidays

    Last Updated: 11/24/2009

    In Wisconsin, we treasure our past, preserved in museums and historic homes throughout the state. During the holidays, many of those properties host special tour opportunities. Here are some of our best historic holiday traditions.

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  • Five Great Niche Retreats

    Last Updated: 10/29/2009

    You needn’t be Martha Stewart to go on or to organize an arts & crafts retreat. Here are some hands-on opportunities available around Wisconsin.

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  • Wisconsin Dinner Theatres Feed the Body and the Soul

    Last Updated: 10/29/2009

    Once upon a time, “dinner and a show” was a date in two places; first you went to dinner, then to a show. Today, in venues across Wisconsin, it’s a date in one place where you do two things – dinner and a show.

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