Category: La Crosse Events

Fall Family Fun in La Crosse County

Whether it’s fun fall festivals or a trip to the pumpkin patch, we’ve got family-friendly experiences for you and your loved ones to enjoy! Ghoulees in the Coulees Norskedalen is a Historic Homestead over 100 years old and during its annual Ghoulees in the Coulees it becomes illuminated only by the light of the moon and… Read more »

4 Places to Spend the 4th in La Crosse County

Blogging on the River, Festivals, Food & Drink, French Island, Fun things to do in La Crosse, La Crosse Events, Sara Walters, West Salem By: Sara Walters Ready to beat the heat this Fourth of July? These four spots feature all you’ll need—food, drinks, water and plenty of fun. Lake Neshonoc Pack a lunch and put on your swimsuit! Neshonoc Swarthout Beach is a… Read more »

Herons of La Crosse “Flock” Exhibition Opening

At a glance…What: Herons of La Crosse “Flock” ExhibitionWhen: Friday June 1, 2018 | 5:00 PM – 7:00 PMWhere: Main Street Plaza, 200 Main Street, La Crosse Herons of La Crosse “Flock” Exhibition OpeningFriday June 1 in the Main Street Plaza The Herons of La Crosse are returning for a 10 year anniversary celebration. The statues from the Pump… Read more »

Lights Over North La Crosse: A Holiday Season Tradition

  Lights Over North La Crosse is a great event for the North La Crosse Community. The event takes place in Copeland Park and is a chance for family and friends to connect and kick off the beginning of the Holiday Season. Organized by the North La Crosse Business Association, it has become an annual… Read more »

Things to Know Before You Go: Coulee Con

By: Anastasia Penchi Is gaming your passion? Do role playing games get your brain spinning and your heartbeat thumping? Are you more interested in assisting as storm giant King Hekaton is tasked with keeping order among the giants or do you prefer to wield the medieval swords of Amtgard yourself? Do you long to dress… Read more »

5 Things You Need to Know Before You Go: 2017 Great River Folk Festival

By: Anastasia Penchi Folk music is the original music of the working people. The term has been used to describe the music made by whites in the rural South, but it also includes the music of the Southern blacks, Native Americans, Mexican-Americans, Cajuns and others. Realistically, there is no origin – it’s more an oral… Read more »

The Driftless Landscape of the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Video)

The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe is within beautiful natural surroundings that will help pilgrims raise their hearts and minds in thanksgiving to the beauty of God’s creation. The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe will forever be a spiritual destination for visitors from all over the world. The Shrine is nestled in on… Read more »

Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Video)

The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe began as a blessed and holy inspiration enhanced with the dedication and hard work of many generous faithful. It forever will be a spiritual destination for pilgrims all over the world, who yearn for peace, love, and compassion that Our Lady of Guadalupe promises. The Shrine of Our… Read more »

Canoeing, Kayaking, and other Paddling in La Crosse, Wisconsin (Video)

When thinking about kayaking, and other paddling the meandering waterways of the La Crosse area are an absolute paradise for paddlers of every stripe. Take the family on a gentle canoe ride through relaxing wetlands courses, or enjoy moderate to strenuous kayaking adventures along the Mississippi, Black, or La Crosse Rivers. Canoe trails, launches, and… Read more »