The Rock River Water Trail is the first Wisconsin waterway that has been designated as part of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Water Trails System. In order to receive this distinction, the trail must meet criteria for national recreations as well as management practices. This beautiful water trail begins in the headwaters above the Horicon Marsh in Fond du Lac and continues to its confluence with the Mississippi River in Illinois. Along this route, outdoor recreation lovers are connected to communities offering access sites and great dining, recreation, and other attractions as resting points for those taking a journey down the scenic water trail.
Contemporary Canvases of Native Nations
August 18 - April 02
In Native American art, every color, line, and symbol is intentional and represents something bigger than the art piece. The "Contemporary Canvases of Native...
September 26 - March 26
Come on out to the Janesville Ice Arena and cheer on our Janesville JETS as they deliver what is sure to be exciting hockey action! Concessions available.
Chocolate: The Bitter and the Sweet
November 23 - February 28
Smell the sweet allure, and learn about one of the all-time favorite flavors – chocolate! Olbrich’s new Bolz Conservatory exhibit, Chocolate: The Bitter and...