The 4th annual Central Wisconsin Book Festival takes place September 21–27, with events spanning over the course of 6 days. The coronavirus pandemic spurred an all-virtual festival for 2020. Fans of the written word can watch the full lineup of guests (via Zoom) from the comforts of home this year.
Check out this year’s lineup, which includes: a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist, a U.S. Poet Laureate, a New York Times bestselling author, a panel discussion on homelessness, and much more. (Click the title for details…)
With the diminishment of traditional media in Marathon County, Administrator Brad Karger asks the question: How should government officials relay public information nowadays? See if you agree with the administrator’s support of the free press to ask questions, analyze data, share information, and guide discourse on public policy issues. (Click the title to learn more.)
Get the inside scoop from Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service (WIPPS) Director Eric Giordano, who has been there from the beginning, on WIPPS’s successes and challenges over the past 10 years. (Click the title for details…)
Those in health, business, education, law enforcement, and more are invited to learn evidence-based strategies and best practices to address our addiction crisis and to implement community-wide recovery supports. Open to the general public. (Click the title to learn more…)