Traveling to Milwaukee for a meeting or convention? Coming to the city on business? Enjoy our stellar venues and state-of-the-art meeting spaces, but don’t forget to take some time out for wellness.
Meetings continue with the planning and fundraising for Freedom Rock at Heartland. Local groups along with volunteers are being helpful.
Chicago restaurants, bars, and hotels celebrate the season with festive menus, events, and other specials
Chicago is welcoming visitors and locals alike with a number of ways to make the holidays merry and bright. From decadent brunch buffets to holiday catering packages, rooftop winter wonderlands and festive tea services, the city’s restaurants, bars, and hotels show there’s no limit for spreading holiday cheer.
A juried art contest is currently underway to select five pieces of sculpture for display along the Third Street corridor in Downtown Manhattan from May 2020 to April 2021. As of November 18, 2019, 16 art submissions have been received. The contest will close on January 3, 2020, or when the total number of entries reaches 150, whichever comes sooner.
A peaceful hike to crystalized waterfalls surrounded by sparkling white, undisturbed forest and snuggling up in a warm, cozy cabin is an ideal way to exhale holiday craziness. Ohio’s Hocking Hills region is the perfect place to wind down during the holiday hubbub. It’s gorgeous in the winter, and, since that’s offseason, it’s wildly affordable.
Society of American Travel Writers chooses Brew City in 2020
On the heels of the Democratic National Convention and Ryder Cup, Milwaukee will play host to the largest travel writer convention in the world, the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW). The event, October 11-15, 2020, will bring 300 of the most prestigious travel journalists to the state as part of its annual convention.
How do you know you’re in a pretty great place? A combination of 20 craft breweries, brewpubs and taprooms might be one indicator. This November 8-15, celebrate the ever-evolving craft beer industry of northern Michigan at Traverse City Beer Week (TCBW).
Abandon all hope ye who enter Mansfield’s most haunted sites. Dignified as the Haunted Capital of Ohio, fall in Mansfield offers heart-stopping frights and eerie nights. Thrill-seekers and horror fans from around the globe have come to brave the five most haunted spots in the Midwest riddled with paranormal activity.
The South Dakota Department of Tourism, in partnership with the South Dakota Arts Council, is launching a fall social media campaign called “State of Create.”
Social media influencers who are passionate about photography, murals, music, and other art forms will be paired with local South Dakota artists. The out-of-state influencers will be invited to South Dakota to learn about the state’s arts scene and to create their own individual art pieces based on their experiences traveling through the state.
Destination Madison, the official destination marketing organization of Madison, WI, has filled three positions in the Convention Sales department.
Denise Pedersen, Keola Shimooka and Anne Yost have been named new Convention Sales Managers for the organization. They join a team responsible for securing new convention and meeting clientele that help contribute to the $1.3 billion dollars generated by visitor spending in Madison and Dane County, WI.