Two summer exhibitions now open at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum celebrate the ephemeral beauty and diversity of plant life via botanical art.
Botanical Art Worldwide: America’s Flora and Flora, Fauna, Font: Illustrating the Alphabet, on view through August 25, 2019, highlight the delicate intricacy of trees, plants, and flowers. (Click the title to read more…)
Whether you have a concern about a loved one or a friend — or you’re living with a mental health challenge yourself — help is available in Marathon County.
Mental Health Month is a great time to raise awareness about local resources to assist those with mental illness, such as North Central Health Care’s emergency & crisis services and United Way of Marathon County’s 2-1-1 FREE information & referral service. (Click the title for details.)
The Marathon County Public Library (MCPL) staff works for months to organize dozens of exciting summer programs packed into just a few months.
With this year’s theme “A Universe of Stories” in mind, see what’s “out there” for you this summer across MCPL’s 9 Marathon County locations. (Click the title for details…)
Wild Parnsnip abounds along roadsides in Marathon County. Removing it can be tricky as the sap can cause skin rashes.
Learn how to spot and then safely remove this invasive species to help stop its spread in Marathon County . . . (Click the title for details)
Take a look back at the famous visitors, odd happenings, and quirky questions our local airport in Mosinee has handled over the years.
With a new restaurant & bar, 3 free hours of parking, rentable conference rooms with unlimited wi-fi, an art gallery featuring the work of local artists, and more — there’s bound to be SOMETHING you didn’t know about today’s CWA.
Get the scoop on some fun facts & memorable moments at CWA, as well as how the airport has changed over the past 50 years as it works to ensure that the communities of Central Wisconsin have convenient access to the rest of the country and the globe — all within minutes of home. (Click the title for the full story…)
Learn about some of Marathon County’s fishing hot spots. And get the scoop on a local fly-fishing class at the UW-Stevens Point at Wausau campus that might snag your attention! (Click the title for details…)
Director Jamie Polley provides insights into 5 common questions people ask her staff at the Marathon County Parks, Recreation, & Forestry Department.
Get a quick overview of FREE swim days at local pools; financial assistance for tennis lessons, summer playground programming, and family pool passes; extreme sport opportunities for Marathon County; and more. (Click the title for details…)
Sign up to receive a FREE trail camera to help the Wisconsin DNR track local wildlife on your property. Or just hop online to help count and identify wildlife in posted photos. There’s two ways to volunteer with the Snapshot Wisconsin program.
As of April 3, 2019, Snapshot Wisconsin has 1,615 volunteers, 1,898 cameras, and over 27 million photos collected. Find out how to get involved (and view photo collections online) in the full article . . . (Click the title for details…)
From an Artificial Insemination Certification Program designed for dairy and beef producers to a Summer Gardening Series for kids, Extension Marathon County has TONS of offerings for people of all ages this summer.
Get the scoop on farm tours, FREE first-aid kits for farmers, garden clinics (during which you can bring your plant and insect questions to a Master Gardener Volunteer), a grilled cheese contest, 4-H camps, and more. (Click the title for details…)
Two winners — Mary Thao and Yauo Yang — jointly received the 2019 Stanley F. Staples Award at the Dream Big: 2056 event earlier this month.
Find out the recipients of 4 college scholarships, making it more possible for Hmong students to achieve their academic potential, and learn which local principal won the much-anticipated “Dance-Off” by performing a traditional Hmong dance for the crowd.
Plus, view the award-winning video that 2 young D.C. Everest students produced about the early days of Hmong resettlement in Wausau. (Click the title for details…)