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EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin: July 28-Aug 3, 2014

Jul 16, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

EAA AirVenture—the world’s greatest aviation celebration—is in full at the end of the month. Running July 28-Aug 3, 2014, the city of Oshkosh, Wisconsin draws over half a million visitors from around

Bowman Park, Wisconsin Dells

Jun 27, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

If you've ever been to the Wisconsin Dells in the summer months, you can understand why it's earned the title Waterpark Capitol of the World. License plates from around the country are poof that it's

Best Places to Skip Stones in Door County, Wisconsin

Jun 27, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

A summertime tradition passed down though the decades, skipping stones is a rite-of-passage for anyone living in a Great Lakes state. Because a certain type of stone is best for skipping—palm size, fl

Summer Road Trip With Kids (tips and tricks)

Jun 26, 2014 ● By Abbie Chaffee

*Carbonated beverages, apples, and peppermint are all great at keeping you alert. Pack them in a special area just for you or your driver.EntertainmentBeing in a car for a full day (or longer) is real

Madison Summer Fun: Ten Cool Places to Take the Kids

Jun 25, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

Summer is in full swing in Madison, Wisconsin and (if your kids are like mine), people are getting "bored" with "nothing to do." Having scoured the area for fun, unique, and affordable ideas for keepi

August 1 is PBS Kids Get Up and Go! Day in Wisconsin

Jun 05, 2014 ● By Guest Contributor

Wisconsin Public Television encourages families to be active and healthy with PBS Kids Get Up and Go! This outdoor event is geared towards families across the state.Kids will stay active at PBS Kids G

Wisconsin Waterfalls: Willow River Falls

May 27, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

The first in our Wisconsin Waterfalls series, we found ourselves in Hudson, Wisconsin this past weekend for a visit to Willow River State Park and Willow River Falls.At nearly 3,000 acres, Willow Rive

Wizard Quest vs. MagiQuest: Which one is right for you?

May 27, 2014 ● By Tiffany Malloy

This is our first summer in Wisconsin, and you have better believe that we’ve spent this long, cold, snowy winter making our list of local attractions to explore after the world thawed. While we were

Monumental Square Art Festival, Racine Wisconsin (May 31-June 1)

May 09, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

The Monument Square Art Festival (MSAF) in Racine, Wisconsin brings the works of 80 artists from throughout the country to Sixth and Main streets in Downtown Racine on Saturday and Sunday, May 31 and

Summer Fun in La Crosse, Wisconsin

Apr 22, 2014 ● By Julie Henning

From the Mississippi River to the top of the bluffs, La Crosse is a city where visitors can relish in the scenic beauty while taking in an abundance of outdoor summer activities. Visitors will enjoy t

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