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Visit a summer camp teaching Oneida community children tribal and Indian hymnal music.
Tour the Milwaukee Fire Historical Society's Fire Museum and view a 1920s firetruck.
Get the dirt on 16 acres of outdoor garden space at Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison.
Visit Blackhawk Island in Jefferson County to explore the life of poet Lorine Niedecker.
Explore Roche-A-Cri State Park in Adams County and learn about its rich history.
Spend a day at Food Enterprise and Economic Development (FEED) Kitchens in Madison.
Explore the Jurustic Park sculpture garden in Marshfield and meet sculptor Clyde Wynia.
Experience a lumberjack show, meet an Iroquois bead artist and a Wisconsin troubadour.
Sandy Toney is a distinguished cheese competition judge.
A De Pere church and bar make for unlikely neighbors.
New Hope United Methodist Church puts a musical twist on communion
Mark Healey had a chance encounter with the band Badfinger.
Wisconsin native Mark Healey performs a new song called "Anything."
Badfinger plays the song they wrote which became a big hit for another recording artist
Mark Healey, a Wisconsin native, plays bass with Beatles protégé rock band Badfinger.
Mark Fischer honors his Oneida Nation ancestry with his Native American copper art.