The La Crosse County UW – Extension serves to connect people with the University of Wisconsin. La Crosse County works with 4-H development, agriculture, nutrition and family and community development. Through engaging our community members we are able to transform lives in our area through education. 400 4th Street North La Crosse, WI 54601 (P) 608-785-9593 (F) 608-789-4808 lacrosse.uwex.edu
Project Category: Higher Education
The West Salem Public Library is named the Hazel Brown Leicht Memorial Library. The building was opened in 2000. The library has a designated Children’s Library as well as a Young Adult area and private study space. There is an ongoing book sale of gently used books and other media. Open Hours Monday 10:00… Read more »
The Holmen Public Library is a small library that makes the most of its space. The children’s section has one wall painted as from a scene from “Where the Wild Things Are” adding some fun ambiance. The adult section has tall stacks and comfortable chairs making a place you wouldn’t mind spending time in. Public… Read more »
The Onalaska Public Library hosts the Onalaska Historical Society Museum as well as a Reading Garden with an outdoor cast bronze sculpture entitled Invitation to Imagination by artist Michael Martino. The garden has bench seating that also inspires the imagination. As Cicero said, “if you have a garden and a library, you have everything you… Read more »
Established in 1888, the La Crosse Public Library (LPL) serves the citizens of the entire Coulee Region, through consortial agreement, and is the resource library for the Winding Rivers Library System.
Western Technical College is the essential experience. You don’t just sit at a desk and learn. You get out of your chair and actually do it. Interactive classes and internships get you the skills you need when you graduate.
Viterbo University is committed to meeting the highest academic standards measured by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Institutes of Higher Education (HLC).