Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
1815 North Broadway Street
Menomonie, WI 54751
Phone: (715) 235-9651
Fax: (715) 235-6568
1815 North Broadway Street, Menomonie, WI, US, 54751
- Phone: (715) 235-9651
- Fax: (715) 235-6568
The Pussy Haus on Broadway Street performs its role of an underground concert venue to perfection, which is to bring talented indie artists and bands in the town for some rocking live music. In the past, the venue has successfully hosted gigs of the band Wealthy Relative and several others, much to the delight of the music lovers. The venue is intimate and allows a more personal interaction with the bands.
Located across West Grand Avenue, the Grand Little Theater is one of the prominent stages in town. This space hosts variety of events throughout the year and every season it entertains audiences with better and interesting performances. The excellent seating system and light/sound equipment ensures that spectators have a great theater-going experience. Drama, musicals, concerts, children's program an many other shows are a regular feature here. For up-coming events and schedule, call ahead.
The Eau Claire Regional Arts Center, opens its door to performers, artists and even spectators of all kinds of art. Showcasing beautiful art exhibits and performances at the sprawling state theater is what it is popular for. Known to keep people of all ages engaged, the venue is a worthwhile venture. Call ahead for more details.
The Northern Wisconsin State Fair Grounds hold celebrated band stands and music concerts during the summer months and Fair Hill Campgrounds also makes its home here year-round. Though the greenery is lovely here, the campground's proximity to Chipewa Falls shops, the Leinenkugel Brewery, the zoo and a public pool is one of its primary attractions. The grounds have a fine arts building, a creative arts building, an outdoors building, a school and a youth activities building.
This magnificent theatre has its own piece of River Falls history. In the 1960's, this theater was built by the McCulloch family who showed movies at unspeakably low prices for everyone because they loved movies. The theatre has one large screen for hours of enjoyment.
Held in a variety of areas around Lake Pepin, this event includes guiding birding hikes through woodlands, blufftop prairies, wetlands, shorelines, and the Mississippi River backwaters. It will also include wildlife workshops, educational seminars, and live birds of prey.
The Broadway Theater is a local theater that hosts entertaining events and shows. Concerts, drama, musicals and similar events are held here throughout the year. Every season, it showcases innovative shows, thereby, staging new dramas and introducing fresh talent. It is also home to the Moonshine Showcase, a concert series that brings popular and renowned performers to the city of Wabasha.
The Apple River flows next to the Floatrite Ampitheatre. It's a part of a resort where you can camp, lodge, tube and even attend a mega concert. Many rock bands have strummed and drummed here, and stayed afloat! Just keep your head above water!
This annual two-day event, held each May, is the first outdoor show of the season, and features hundreds of area artisans and craftsmen lining the Banks of the Saint Croix River in historic Lowell Park.
Valley Chamber Chorale performs uniquely programmed concerts around four times per year, with excellent vocal and orchestral works being presented.
This annual event is held in mid-May at the Carpenter Center; the races are held on the nature center
The Stillwater Elks will be hosting a Flea Market & Craft Sale this year. The sale will be held rain or shine, indoor & out with a variety of vendors offering great deals and one-of-a-kind merchandise. Breakfast & lunch are available for purchase & the bar will be open. They are just minutes away from beautiful downtown Stillwater. There is a little something for everyone and should make for a fun day.