Outdoor activity has been recognized as essential to our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Thankfully, as of May 1, all state-owned launches and access points, including boat launches within open state parks, will be open. And, even better, the 2020–2021 Game Fish Season will open …Read More
Spring has arrived in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. April’s sunshine and rain showers have melted the lingering snow in all but the shadiest corners of the forest. The trails have begun to drain, and they’re beckoning us to go for a hike in the woods.
While …Read More
We know you’re going through a lot right now. When this is all over, you definitely deserve to indulge in some extra pampering and TLC. And—let’s face it—you’ll probably really need a haircut, too.
Like many businesses, salons and spas—and the hairstylists, massage therapists, …Read More
If your views have felt way too limited lately, this week is the time to look up and enjoy an expansive, dazzling sight. The 2020 Lyrids Meteor Shower will be visible each night until April 25 and is estimated to peak tonight (around 1 …Read More
You might not be able to travel to your favorite Up North places right now. (We miss you and can’t wait until you can safely visit!) Until you’re able to visit in person, several northern Wisconsin and UP Michigan communities provide would-be visitors with …Read More
Although Northwoods LIVE was founded in 2010 to create a comprehensive northern Wisconsin concert listing, it is pivoting its focus to bring together the region’s beloved musicians and their fans as our community are impacted by COVID-19.
History has shown us that the most …Read More
Looking for a social-distance-friendly activity that’s good for you, great for the environment, and perfect for celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day later this month (April 22, 2020)? Consider plogging, a trendy and civic-minded fitness activity that was first organized in Sweden in …Read More
Art is a salve that helps us to heal and process our thoughts and emotions during difficult times. It acts as a universal language to help us communicate with others when words fail. While we are experiencing the feelings of isolation amidst Stay at …Read More
In these unique times, northern Wisconsin and UP Michigan, as well as communities all throughout the world, are taking measures to flatten the curve of the spread of the coronavirus in order to prevent overburdening our healthcare systems. As a result, while we have …Read More
With all that is going on in the world today, and especially while spending much more time in our homes than usual, it is easy to forget that northern Wisconsin and UP Michigan are undergoing the quiet transformation from winter to spring.
It is …Read More