The Madison Pub Crawl aims to bring a beloved European tradition stateside. Each strategically planned outing takes participants on a walking tour of five local bars and clubs, spending an hour at each stop. Guests sip five complimentary drinks and take advantage of exclusive specials at venues such as Kollege Klub, State Street Brats, Johnny's, Wando's, and Whiskey Jack's. A free shuttle ferries partiers to the final stop, where VIP access allows them to skip the line and immediately begin enjoying the true club experience: engaging in quiet conversation.
Surrounded by tall trees, the lush grasses and groomed arenas of Great Northern Riding Club look like a paradise conjured up from the imagination of Black Beauty himself. Kimberly Jo Simac, the head trainer there, has more than 25 years of equine experience under the belt of her breeches, and puts it to use during interactions with both horses and students. Each summer, trainers welcome girls for overnight camps and kids ages 7 and older for daytime lessons that culminate in a refreshing swim.
Since 1928, Camp Menominee has been making summers fun and memorable for kids who visit the family-owned camp. Suited for boys of all ages, the camp strives to teach young men the importance of a good attitude, determination, and leadership through a wide variety of fun activities. Stays range from four days to eight weeks, giving young men just enough time to make lasting friendships or forget that school exists. A traditional camp with plenty of individual and team sports, Menominee has a focus on good sportsmanship and healthy competition while also practicing acceptance and positivity.