LAKE GENEVA -- At the Lake Geneva Public Library on Wednesday, Feb. 26, the new director of Black Point Estate, Dave Desimone, will present a free program “How I Spent My Summer.”
BURLINGTON — Caroline Quarles, a young slave from St. Louis, Mo., escaped to Canada in 1842 with the help of Burlington abolitionists, who hid her at a stop along the Underground Railroad to evade pursuing bounty hunters.
Experience the power of film over 10 days with 100 films shown in 12 locations in Beloit.
WHITEWATER--Roberta's Art Gallery within the James R. Connor University Center on the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater campus, will be hosting Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War, an exhibit running through March 21.
Christopher Martin, principal trumpet player with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, will be the featured soloist with the Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra on Feb. 15 at Elkhorn Area High School.
The snow sculptors put their tools down and the winning teams were named, but Lake Geneva's Winterfest celebration continues through Saturday, Feb. 8, with special events planned for the whole family.
ELKHORN--Get a taste of life in the 1960s when the Lakeland Players perform "Sweet Charity,” the only musical comedy with a book by Neil Simon, February 21, 22, 28 and March 1 and 2 at the Walworth County Performing Arts Center.
Lake Geneva's Annual Winterfest weekend will feature the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Competition Champion's Award, second, third place and the Peoples' Choice award will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1 . Here's the lowdown on the...