Downtown La Crosse Calendar

Feb
27
Thu
2020
Adam Greuel & Sarah Vos at La Crosse Distilling Co. @ La Crosse Distilling Co.
Feb 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Adam Greuel & Sarah Vos at La Crosse Distilling Co. @ La Crosse Distilling Co.

Sarah Vos (Dead Horses) and Adam Greuel (Horseshoes & Hand Grenades) join forces for a rare, intimate, seated performance in the La Crosse Distilling Co. stillhouse.

Doors 7:00pm // Show 7:30pm | $15

Grab your tickets online at EventBrite!

Feb
29
Sat
2020
MOSES Conference Saturday Night Social with Them Coulee Boys @ La Crosse Distilling Co.
Feb 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
MOSES Conference Saturday Night Social with Them Coulee Boys @ La Crosse Distilling Co.

Join us at La Crosse Distilling Co. for the MOSES Conference Saturday Night Social with Them Coulee Boys! The Boys will be playing a special 2 set show with an acoustic set and an electric set in the still house at the distillery.

Doors: 7 pm / Show: 8 pm
Tickets $17 adv / $20 dos

When you meet Them Coulee Boys (say, in the dark days of a Wisconsin winter for beers at Eau Claire’s legendary townie dive bar, The Joynt) you can’t help but to cheer for them. You may even want to somehow throw down the deliriously boring shackles of your own life and become their roadie, or perhaps a pure-of-heart groupie.You certainly want to buy them a pitcher of beer, or, at the very least, their albums. They are, as Royal Tenenbaum once said, “true blue”. From the very first line, this record is an invitation out of the claustrophobia of one’s own mind, and into something more open, free, and communal. And in this way, Die Happy represents the best of rock and folk music too, because the best music calls us to celebrate with one another, to touch one another, to sing with one another.

Mar
2
Mon
2020
Creative Imperatives Festival : A CURVED LENS: Celebrating Women in the World Through the Arts @ UWL Center for the Arts
Mar 2 – Mar 3 all-day
Creative Imperatives Festival : A CURVED LENS: Celebrating Women in the World Through the Arts @ UWL Center for the Arts

This year’s festival will showcase arts and arts-connected work that celebrates female-identified artists, challenges patriarchal structures, and/or disrupts gender norms in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. In addition to spotlight events with our invited guests – Ingrid Stözel, Maegan Crowley, and DESSA – the festival will include workshops, exhibits, presentations, and performances created by UWL students, faculty, and staff.

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