7 studios, 18 artists, and 1 fall weekend — Welcome to the Hidden Studios Art Tour, a tour of working art studios in the Stevens Point Area! This year the event is back in person and they are eager to show off all the work their artists have created. Discover studios you may not have even heard of, or do something new and exciting with the family. Here are the top things you'll need to know to get the most out of this once-a-year tour!
Category - Events
As fall returns to the Stevens Point Area, with cooler temps and color-changing tree-scapes it means that fall festival fun is right around the corner! The weekend of September 17-19 is jam-packed with different events unique to the area. Not sure where to start? This guide hits the highlights about what each event features, to help plan the ultimate fall weekend in the Stevens Point Area!
Love live music and a picturesque setting? Don't miss central Wisconsin's largest Jazz Festival as it returns to the Stevens Point Area this Labor Day weekend! Before you head out to the Riverfront Jazz Festival, here are the five things you need to know.
Looking for an adventure? Check out Paddlequest, a paddling-based adventure with games and scavenger hunts that provide new challenges around every corner. Geared to all skill levels and ages, the event offers two days of fun in August, where canoeing meets Comic-Con (with a side of conservation). Some call it pirate LARPing while others call it an eco-adventure.
This event is in its 20th year, and it's even been featured in Rolling Stone magazine! Here's everything you need to know to play like a pro.
Looking for a fun family-friendly festival, complete with great food, free live music, and capped off with fireworks? If so, this is one event you do not want to miss. The annual Riverfront Rendezvous is held at Pfiffner Pioneer Park and will be taking place from Friday, July 2 to Sunday, July 4, 2021.
Here are the top six things you need to know before heading out to enjoy the summertime fun!
“As we’ve traveled around, it seems like every show has at least a couple folks who come up and have a story or some connection to Stevens Point,” said Adam Greuel, guitarist and vocalist of the band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (HHG). Bluegrass band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, known for their innumerable sold-out shows, three albums, and infectious energy is proud to come from Stevens Point, or as they lovingly call it Point-town!
Each year, there is an event that seeks to challenge the minds and endurance of all who dare to play in the Stevens Point Area. Hosted by 90fm, UWSP's student-run radio station, Trivia is a 54-hour* straight contest that keeps players searching for answers. Think you have what it takes? Read ahead for tips on how to survive and thrive at this one-of-a-kind event hosted on April 16, 17, and 18!