Today’s the day! LPC Wine & Beer Tasting FUNdraiser!

Starting at 3:30, we will have a wide variety of wine and beer from vendors around the state, and delicious cheeses, fruits and artisan breads to accompany the spirits.

Below are some of the exciting silent auction items to bid on for art, experience, wine and dine, and services of local and regional vendors.

Come meet some of the artists that we support and see their projects made possible by your donations.

At 5 PM we will auction off three cases of wine, and Molly and the Danger Band start up the music at 5:30.

Come support the arts on Madeline Island! $40 at the door. See you there!

Last Day for Online Discount Tickets to LPC Fundraiser

May 27, 2022

Let’s kick off the summer together!

Today is the last day for online discount tickets for the LPC Annual Wine & Beer Tasting FUNdraiser!

Still available at Rendezvous at the Inn, LPC Art Gallery, Madeline Island Ferry Line office, Bayfield Chamber and Stone’s Throw in Bayfield

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE
$30 in advance/$40 at the door
(tickets bought online at this date will not have RT passenger ferry passes)

For more information contact Barbara @ 715.209.5471

LPC Secures Wisconsin Arts Rescue Grant from WAB

La Pointe Center for the Arts has received a generous grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board!

​​The Wisconsin Arts Board (WAB), with support from the National Endowment for the Arts through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), has distributed $778,200 through its Wisconsin Arts Rescue Program grant (WARP) in order to help secure jobs and keep the doors open to the hundreds of arts organizations in Wisconsin that add value to the state’s economy and bolster the creative life of our communities.

Created in response to the continuing pandemic, these grants provide funding to arts organizations for pandemic-related losses sustained due to the cancellation of programming, operations, and events. 

LPC award the grant to Positivity Children’s Theater, for the loss of cancelling the summer program for two years in a row.

Congratulations to Julie Stryker, PCT program director.