October 2017

Issue 10.05.2017

Halloween starts in Madison

Halloween on Capitol Square

Make Madison your destination for festive fun this Halloween! Take trick-or-treating to the next level at the Downtown Madison Family Halloween, a one-stop shop for kids to gather goodies and enjoy countless other crafts and spooky activities. If you need a break from the costumes and candy, get the entire family together for Moon Over Monona Terrace, the perfect opportunity to view the moon and other celestial bodies. It’s the adults’ turn to dress up at Freakfest—the region’s largest annual Halloween party and music festival—or get a group together for a Terrifying Tour of two breweries and a haunted house.




Campus is Calling

Selfie: Badgers

Whether you’re a Badger or it’s your first time visiting Wisconsin, there’s something for everyone on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus! Dress in red and be ready to cheer when you visit Camp Randall on Game Day (don’t forget the pre-kickoff tailgate)! Relax in a brightly-colored chair at the Memorial Union Terrace or stroll through the 1,260-acre Arboretum. Take the fun inside and learn why UW-Madison is considered a world-class research university at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery or be inspired at the free Chazen Museum of Art.