There is always something going on at Spring Brook. See below for an overview of all events this year.
Wo-Zha-Wa Fall Festival
September 13 @ 8:00 am - September 15 @ 3:00 pm
Say what you like about the fall, but everyone agrees that the fall festivals are some of the best all year round, even in Wisconsin Dells, where summer reigns supreme. Many tourists come in September, especially for this festival. This year, Wo-Zha-Wa Fall Festival will take place between September 13 – 15, 2019. The setting is downtown Wisconsin Dells and Bowman Park. It’s free, which means everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy themselves. There will be food, music, competitions, flea markets, crafts, and much much more. So bring your whole family and have three fun-filled days in Wisconsin Dells.
Wis. Dells Events for the Festival
Naturally, most people will come for the attractions. Many of these Wis Dells events will take place simultaneously, so having an idea of where you’d like to spend the day will help you make the most of it and not miss out. Friday will start early at 8 am with Maxwell Street Days. This one goes on until 5 pm. At the same time, the Antique Flea Market also starts at 8 am and won’t call it a day before 6 pm. The arts and crafts fair start later around noon and ends around 5 pm. On Saturday, the Race For The Future Run will kick off at 8 am. The same events of the day before will go on around the same time, except for the arts and crafts fair, which will start at 9 am and end at 5 pm. The last day of the festival will see the main three events ending at 3 pm. Around 1.30 pm the parade will kick into gear.
The Oldest Long-Distance Race
Wisconsin Dells is known for many things, but having the oldest long-distance race isn’t typically what comes to mind. Yet, the Wo-Zha-Wa Run is considered the oldest race not just in Wisconsin Dells but in the whole of Wisconsin. It’s a half marathon, yet it’s quite challenging. There’s another race which is much faster and is only 4 miles long. This feat of athleticism has been celebrated for the past 40 years non-stop, which says something about this midwestern town. Since the event celebrates family and neighbors, it’s an opportunity for everyone, including tourists, to feel they belong in and enjoy this festival as one big family.
If you missed Wisconsin Dells during the summer, don’t feel bad. The Wo-Zha-Wa Fall Festival is a three-day event that will fill your heart with joy as you celebrate with the charming locals. Call us for more information about this and other great Wis Dells events and to book your stay in Wisconsin Dells!