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  • Exploring Bayfield in Winter

    Last Updated: 5/11/2017

    We put the spotlight on Northern Wisconsin and the picturesque town of Bayfield. In summer, Bayfield is the gateway to renowned sea-kayaking and camping on the Apostle Islands, but the allure doesn’t stop in winter.

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  • Wisconsin’s Christmas Theater: 7 Seasonal Shows in November

    Last Updated: 2/9/2016

    Name a holiday performing arts classic, and it’s probably coming to Wisconsin this year. Here are a handful of our favorites playing throughout the state this month.

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  • Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

    Last Updated: 1/24/2016

    Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and if you’re still looking for romantic ideas, we've come up with some unique options to get your heart pumping.

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  • Day Trip Idea: Menomonie

    Last Updated: 7/1/2013

    Menomonie is a quaint town with a whole lot to offer: Historic and local art, delicious dining, and plenty of breathtaking scenery. It’s a short drive from many of Wisconsin’s major cities, making it the perfect place for a day or weekend trip.

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  • Snow, Skis & Sweat: The 39th Annual American Birkebeiner

    Last Updated: 7/1/2013

    Each year, thousands of people flock to Hayward, Wisconsin for North America’s largest cross-country ski marathon, the American Birkebeiner (also known as the “Birkie”)! While racer registration is closed, Birkie Week offers tons of excitement for spectators looking to catch a piece of the action.

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  • Wisconsin Snow Report Update: 2/17/12

    Last Updated: 7/1/2013

    Despite Wisconsin's mild winter, there's still plenty of it snow to hit the slopes for some outdoor winter fun! Here’s an update on the snow cover across Wisconsin for snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding, courtesy of our Snow Conditions Report.

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  • Results: The Great Lakes Mitten Campaign

    Last Updated: 6/30/2013

    Back in December, we teamed up with our friends at Pure Michigan to collect mittens for those in need. The response was truly overwhelming and thanks to your generosity, Wisconsin donated a total of 3,109 pairs of mittens, along with hats, scarves and even blankets to 50 local charities.

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  • Fun for Teens in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 6/28/2013

    Fun for the whole family doesn’t just mean kid-friendly. It’s got to be teen-friendly too. That’s why we’ve compiled some activities and adventures so entertaining, they’re guaranteed to interest your coolest, hardest-to-please family member.

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  • Wisconsin’s Best Cooking Classes

    Last Updated: 6/25/2013

    They say if you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen. We say if you can’t take the cold, get into the kitchen. Wisconsin has some of the best cooking classes and culinary schools in the Midwest. Whether you’re a beginner hoping to learn the basics, or a seasoned dinner host looking for new ideas, we have a few places to get crafty in the kitchen.

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  • The Lake Superior Ice Caves

    Last Updated: 2/25/2013

    Picture this: A frozen lake meets the base of a cliff where giant pillars of ice majestically hang, extending into every crevasse and cavern. That’s the scene at the Lake Superior ice caves, and it is definitely a Wisconsin winter spectacle you have to see to believe.

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