A big fundraiser Friday to help the Coulee Region Humane Society, which is running over capacity right now. “We have been operating with a lot more...
Friends and relatives of a 19-year-old man, who was shot and killed at a downtown La Crosse tavern, will raise money in his honor later this...
A popular winter fundraiser for the Special Olympics is back at an Onalaska restaurant for another year. Monday, between noon and 8 p.m., is when Onalaska...
Honoring Badger Band traditions like their popular Fifth Quarter and “On, Wisconsin!” the concert will appeal to Badger Band fans of all ages.
If you’re looking for a fancy, fun event for a cause to ring in 2023, look no further than downtown La Crosse
Live music, storytelling, games, and an optional hike pair well with craft beer and wine to support the Coon Valley Nature and Heritage Center.
Twenty four hours of live broadcasts sharing stories from CMN families and health care workers brought much needed funds that will stay local.
The Coon Valley non-profit, aimed primarily to help youth, adult and military veterans with disabilities, is hosting the fest at their headquarters to support their programs.
The event is a spin on the traditional fun run fundraiser to make it more accessible for all ages and abilities with music, food trucks, and...
The August Ball was originally celebrated in 1887 in La Crosse. This year's event celebrates history and traditions.
Great Rivers United Way has been there for the community for more than 70 years, uniting people and resources to improve lives and strengthen communities.
The event is raising funds for the Anthony Fund, a non-profit aimed at helping young people realize their potential and "Making Kindness Common."
United We Chalk is a family-friendly, all-abilities chalk art competition to raise money for Great Rivers United Way’s 51 funded programs.
B.L.A.C.K. is celebrating nearly 7 years of empowering and elevating the black community in the La Crosse area with a Black and Gold party.
Proceeds of the 60s rock tribute band's concert will support five areas of need through the La Crosse Community Foundation.
Participants can walk at the event or virtually, volunteer, or donate to support local Breast Cancer research and patient support programs.
“Our audiences love this show’s colorful characters set in a Florida Trailer Park.” says Vicki Elwood, Artistic Director of The Muse Theatre.
Safe Families connects people to community resources and supports families to help them stay together.
Enjoy local beer, wine, and food tastings with live music and auctions to support Hunger Task Force of La Crosse Thursday evening.
Celebrate all your favorite festivals in one day while helping provide services for adults with disabilities.