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Midwest Renewable Energy Fair

June 26-28 2020

Looking to expand upon ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’? Get the ideas you need the third weekend of June each year, from the World’s Largest and longest-running renewable energy event

Things To Do


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Things To Do

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Where to Eat



Local Foods & Where to Eat

Hungry in the Stevens Point Area? Here are the top food experiences you can't miss:

For local food, go straight to the source. Make a stop at Feltz Dairy Store, where after a scoop and some curds, you can also tour the robotic milking operation. To make it a meal, hit local favorites that work with local growers for farm to fork cuisine, including a-soshel, Father Fats, MuseEmy J's, or PJ's Restaurant

Go for a traditional Wisconsin Supper Club experience, with a stop at the Sky Club, Michele's or Two Lakes.  

Hit a local hotspot for a comfortable and laid back feel, including Guu's on Main, Wooden Chair, Hilltop or Polito's.

Get more tasty suggestions with the Stevens Point Area dining guide.

What To Bring


What To Bring



Comfortable shoes

Reusable water bottle

A sample of well water

Old incandescent light bulbs 

What to expect: Weather



Stevens Point Area Weather

Tips for Spectators


Tips for Visitors



There is no charge for parking.  If you are traveling from afar, check out other FREE shuttle options from Eau Claire, Madison, and Milwaukee here.

Food and Beverage

Food and beverage will be available for purchase at many vendors tents. A reusable water bottle is highly recommended, the sale of plastic water bottles is prohibited

Dress Code

No specific dress code. However, comfortable walking shoes and rain gear are encouraged.

Places to Stay

The Midwest Energy Fair offers camping on the "Back 40",  sales open April 1st, however, there are no electrical hookups. There are many options for hotels, Airbnbs, and campgrounds in the surrounding area. Options range from the Tomorrow River Homestead to Cobblestone Hotel and the Wild West Campground and Corral to Artha Sustainable Living Center, LLC.

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