811 Dominion Drive
Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: (715) 386-6355
Fax: (715) 386-9778
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 camp offers two-hour long day camps that feature many events, such as log rolling, cross cut sawing, and boom running; the event also serves to teach participants about lumberjack history and lumberjack skills. No experience is necessary at these camps that provide fun and teach skills, and are held in conjunction with all National Timber-jack Series tournaments.
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.
This annual festival is held outdoors in a huge tent each June, and features a live polka band, plenty of great German food and beer, entertainment, pony rides, a clown, and face painting.
This massive multiplex has 20 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
This multiplex has 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
Cordenio Severance House was a mansion built for attorney Cordenio Severance. It is located in Minnesota, and was initially a simple country farmhouse. In the years between 1911 and 1917, famous architect Cass Gilbert expanded the house into a mansion of 12,000 square feet (1100 square meters) and 26 rooms. The well-preserved house is owned by True Thao and hosts weddings, receptions and business meetings.
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!
If you want to see that Oscar-nominee, but didn't get out to the theater in time, it is likely to be here. This two-screen theater plays recent movies just a short time after they have left the chain of cinemas. The theater is comfortable with DTS digital sound. The concession stand serves fresh popcorn with real butter, along with the usual theater fare. The Plaza also plays a late night show nearly every weekend. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
This annual event is held in mid-May at the Carpenter Center; the races are held on the nature center
The entertainment here can be quite surprising for a venue in a fairly small, out-of-the-way hotel. Rick Rockwell (of Who Wants To Marry A Millionaire fame) played here soon after he lost his bride. There are shows two nights a week, and guests of the Maplewood Inn receive two complimentary tickets with their room. The adjoining restaurant, Nickelbys, runs a meal/show deal that is worth checking out. The club serves drinks from the full bar. The tables are small, the room is rather tightly packed, and you may find yourself elbow-to-elbow with the next table. The stage is small and low, so get there early and sit toward the front. Not too close, or you will surely become the butt of someone's joke. Call ahead to find out about shows and timings.