Here’s a winter event meant to relieve cabin fever! Let’s hang out together, enjoy some camaraderie, and maybe welcome some new friends to the community. Terry Mesch will be performing  The Lynching of Ed Maxwell. The performance is based on the Pepin County Courthouse lynching that happened in 1881 – True Crime comes to WideSpot!  Terry’s stage experience is quite extensive and you won’t want to miss his rendition of this interesting historical event. Save the date to get out of the house and into the warmth of the WideSpot “community living room”.

This is a Free event but you may want to reserve seats for you & your family ahead of time! Click Buy Tickets.

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From French bistro to Cajun love stories, from Americana to South American; the music is romantic, danceable, and amazingly fresh! Every piece has a story from Dan Newton and never disappoints. February nights demand the warmth of a seat at WideSpot where you can enjoy Springtime in Paris.

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Everyone said, “Bring ’em back next year,” so we did! This popular Irish folk band plays traditional folk music in true Celtic style. Celebrate St Paddy’s day a week early with some Irish beer and Four Pints Shy. You’ll thank your lucky stars you did!

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The 1941 film noir classic, The Maltese Falcon, starred Humphrey Bogart as detective Sam Spade and Mary Astor as his seductive client.  WideSpot Readers Theater brings it to our stage as a 1940’s radio production starring your friends and neighbors.  Maybe even you!  Sam Spade, are you out there?

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The 1941 film noir classic, The Maltese Falcon, starred Humphrey Bogart as detective Sam Spade and Mary Astor as his seductive client. WideSpot Readers Theater brings it to our stage as a 1940’s radio production starring your friends and neighbors. Maybe even you! Sam Spade, are you out there?

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The 1941 film noir classic, The Maltese Falcon, starred Humphrey Bogart as detective Sam Spade and Mary Astor as his seductive client. WideSpot Readers Theater brings it to our stage as a 1940’s radio production starring your friends and neighbors. Maybe even you! Sam Spade, are you out there?

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The legendary Kevin Kling will grace WideSpot with his hilarious, often tender, autobiographical tales about hopping freight trains or getting struck by lightening. Accompanied by the sultry voice and soulful accordion of Simone Perrin, this is a not miss show.

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The Jimmys will blow you away with their show-stopping powerhouse blues! Combine their all-star rhythm section, horns, Jimmy on keys, rich vocal harmonies and you’ve got yourself a party. There’s a good reason they’ve won numerous Wisconsin Area Music Awards – you are guaranteed to be impressed.

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Two critically acclaimed singer/songwriters perform as The Home Fires and they are going to light up our stage!  Each an established artist on their own, combined they produce a gorgeous new sound featuring Sarah Morris’ clear, melodic voice and local favorite, Vicky Emerson’s, warm and earthy harmonies.  Prepare to be delighted!

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