Catching up with Krissa Valentine-Harnish, the director of this weekend's children's show, performed by adults,
Monday night's free La Crosse Community Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration features presentation of honors and a keynote address by environmental epidemiologist, clinician, and...
HorseSense is seeking immediate community support through a holiday matching gift opportunity to help sustain its therapeutic horseback riding program.
Katherine Weber has moved audiences all over the world and is now returning to the Coulee Region for the holidays.
High School seniors are working together to open Bundled Up inside HHS to offer holiday shopping for a cause.
Community donations from individuals, businesses, and organizations helped nearly 1,000 people receive gifts last year.
This Saturday, the community can donate new, unwrapped toys and monetary donations at the La Crosse Center.
The grant is for projects that are community focused in arts, music and/or cultural activities, and accessible to the general public.
“Our audiences love this show’s colorful characters set in a Florida Trailer Park.” says Vicki Elwood, Artistic Director of The Muse Theatre.
Come to any of 7 area high schools Saturday morning and items collected will be donated to Hunger Task Force and distributed to local food pantries.
A sweet treat this Thursday can turn in to big support for local CMN Hospitals at Gundersen Health System.
Last year, members of our community utilized GRUW services over 500,000 times, covering 7 counties with 52 programs.
La Crescent's Main St. will be home to the good kind of zombies this Sunday evening - dancing zombies.
Find out how to get your kids involved in hockey and try it out for free this Sunday with River City Youth Hockey Association.
Drive-thru their headquarters in Coon Valley to support their therapeutic horseback riding lessons.
After a long 18 months, The La Crosse Community Theatre is excited to be back in the theater to start their new season, in person.
Safe Families connects people to community resources and supports families to help them stay together.
Organizers plan a peaceful, free, family friendly event with speakers and resources as part of a nationwide mobilization.
If you’re looking for activities for your young kiddos, WisCorps can help. Their Nature School Day Camp for ages 3-6 are back every weekday afternoon.
Linda DeGarmo won the 2020 American Cancer Society St. George National Award and is ready for another big event this weekend.