Check out many Fall and Winter events and activities happening here in the Waupaca Chain O’ Lakes Area!
Click on our special link: FallWinter for a bundled page of great happenings!
Discover Wisconsin Shines a Light on the Best of Waupaca: From the Chain to Main
Discover Wisconsin, the state’s leading media brand and tourism TV show, features Waupaca! Waupaca is a city with a rich history, surrounded by natural beauty, and brimming with four seasons of fun. Waupaca is small-town pride with big opportunities all the way from the Chain of Lakes to vibrant Main Street.
In this episode of Discover Wisconsin, host Alex Wehrley begins her adventure with a tour around the crystal-clear Chain O’Lakes on the Chief Waupaca sternwheeler. She then takes an opportunity to learn about the historic Danes Hall, before wandering down the newly renovated Main Street to explore some of the unique shops, and hear from local business owners about what makes Waupaca a thriving, vibrant community. This small town has no shortage of activities and a plethora of national and global companies based in the area that provide unique offerings in making Waupaca home. Later, this episode highlights the Waupaca Area Triathlon, Arts on the Square, and one of the most popular music venues in the county. Don’t miss out on Alex trying a few things for the very first time, like snowshoeing at Hartman Creek State Park, and curling with one of America’s oldest curling clubs.
Discover Wisconsin’s, “Waupaca: From the Chain to Main” episode will reach the show’s broadcast network of viewers across the upper Great Lakes region, including Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and Upper Michigan. The episode was produced by Jessica Vokoun, Jessica Murphy, and Andy Meddaugh. To learn more, visit discoverwisconsin.com.
As the state’s leading media brand, Discover Wisconsin can be streamed worldwide on Roku, AppleTV, SmartTV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire, YouTube and discoverwisconsin.com. The show can be seen statewide on Bally Sports Wisconsin Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. For more on this and other episodes or the broadcast schedule in other areas please visit www.discoverwisconsin.com. Connect with Discover Wisconsin on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube and subscribe to The Cabin Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.
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For over 20 years, Jim Miller has beautifully and artistically carved pumpkins to have on display at his home in the Township of Farmington. Thousands of people visit each year to see the 200 plus pumpkins that are carved and illuminated. The event, which has become a fundraiser for Waupaca County’s “Shop with a Cop” program and food drive for Waupaca’s Area Food Pantry has outgrown the rural setting. The event was moved to the City of Waupaca square, and with great success! Miller and his volunteers excelled with the display and also sharing their techniques with the public in hopes of new volunteers learning this skill. RAD Productions USA produced the video/interview about Jim’s story…
Check out the video/interview about Jim Miller – “this is my story”.