It's officially 2022! To celebrate the turning of a new year, we have reviewed some of the best events that happen annually in the Stevens Point Area. Read ahead for ideas to celebrate each month and plan for a great year full of festivals, food, fun, and much more!
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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!
Pianist Danny Mitchell, known in the Stevens Point Area for his musical talents and his annual Music On a Mission concert, continues to pursue his dreams while keeping his hometown close to his heart.
Happy National Plan for Vacation Day! As led by the U.S. Travel Association, National Plan for Vacation Day encourages Americans to plan for and use their earned vacation and time off. To help enrich your vacation plans, read ahead for ideas and activities in the Stevens Point Area!
With longer days and warmer nights, summer is the perfect time to get outdoors to see some of the breathtaking sunsets across the skies. The Stevens Point Area is lucky to have beautiful shorelines to capture the views and frame the sky, like the Wisconsin River running right through its heart, along with various other locations to snap your best "sunset selfie".
Do you miss heading out for live events? We do too! To help, we've curated a list of on-demand experiences from live music, film festivals, original plays, beer and cheese pairings, local history, and storytime that are worth checking out! Read on to learn more about what is available, and enjoy!
In the Stevens Point Area, public art takes many shapes and sometimes it goes BIG. Whether you are an art fanatic or just want to spend a day with the family, there are many locations in and around Stevens Point to explore. Make sure to bring a camera on your trip—you won’t want to forget this art!