Slice of Ice, the skating rink in Red Arrow Park, 920 N. Water St., reopens for the season at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 13, the Milwaukee County Parks announced today.
We asked Trae Hoepner of Performance Running Outfitters for his advice on how to get through the often brutal Wisconsin winters without injuring yourself, while keeping up your running routine.
Thanks to the early frigid temps, ice skating begins Friday, Nov. 29 at Red Arrow Park's Slice of Ice rink, 920 N. Water St. You may recall that unusually warm weather delayed the opening of the rink last year.
As the warm weather begins to move in to Milwaukee, the Red Arrow "Slice of Ice" rink will be closing officially on Sunday, or up until weather permits this weekend. Read on for the rink's planned hours and contact information.
Think all there is to do around southeast Wisconsin is drink in the six months between golf seasons? Explore your options with one of these fun fall and winter activities.
The snow is finally starting to fall in Milwaukee, so grab your sled, toboggan or inner tube and get ready to ride your way down the slopes.
Ice is an unfortunate by-product of winter, glazing our roads and walkways, threatening doom to our gutters and making the winter months a treacherous journey to spring and sunshine. But for Jason Piche, an ice-maker at the Pettit National Ice Center, the slick stuff is a point of pride.
As the Winter Olympics bring renewed attention to the famously northern sport, greater Milwaukee's curling clubs offer both young and old a chance to compete in a game that's easy to learn but hard to perfect. The Wauwatosa Curling Club invited Andy Tarnoff to drop in on a recent Thursday night to learn the ropes.
Yes, it's cold and yes, you need strong motivation but once you're out there, you'll be happy you went. I was yesterday, after a snowshoeing jaunt at Nashotah Park.
It's another Wisconsin winter, and love it or hate it, there's no denying that gathering the family or a group of friends to hit the snow-covered hills is one of the perks that we Midwesterners can enjoy, most years, well into the months that other states call "spring."
Many families ski together in the winter months, or go sledding or ice-skating as a clan, but another winter sport is now safe and accessible. Lake Lawn Resort in Delavan offers an all-inclusive, family ice fishing package.
Think it's too cold to get in some excercise? Not if you take advantage of Milwaukee's numerous indoor winter sports opportunities. Here's a list we compiled to get you back into shape.
Scraping windows and shoveling walkways come with winter's territory, but is your life changed in other ways, too?
Once a year, the Wausau area becomes the Salt Lake City of Wisconsin winter sports athletes as it hosts the Badger State Games. The Games have become the biggest Olympic-style winter sports festival in the U.S.