Friday, Saturday & Sunday, April 27-29, 2012
Look at the following hyperlinks to find out about this wonderful part of Southwest Wisconsin that inspires so many:
These hyperlinks will take you out of the Spring Green Literary Festival website.
The Spring Green Chamber of Commerce: an excellent resource for lodging, eating, and recreating in this southwest Wisconsin town.
Dodgeville Chamber of Commerce: The largest town south of Spring Green, Dodgeville, Wisconsin has hotels, restaurants, stores, and a 5,000 acre State Park. A 20 minute drive to Spring Green.
Plain Chamber of Commerce: 7 miles north of Spring Green, Plain is located among the rolling hills of Southwest Wisconsin.
Travel Wisconsin: a site devoted to the communities and activities available all throughout Wisconsin.
Uplands: a free travel guide to a beautiful part of Southwestern Wisconsin.
American Players Theater: an outdoor repertory theater that runs June-early October, APT features plays by Shakespeare, Moliere, Wilde, Checkov and others. Truly unique and a wonderful end to your day at LitFest.
House on the Rock: Wisconsin's number 1 attraction, and featured in Neil Gaiman's book, American Gods.
The Spring Green General Store and Cafe: A family owned and operated small business located in Spring Green, Wisconsin, the General Store serves breakfast and lunch, features a variety of merchandise, hosts the monthly meetings of the Spring Green Literary Festival board of Directors, as well as "Mostly Mondays" poetry.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin: the home of this world-famous architect, it is open for tours May 1-October 31. Since 2004, LitFest has taken place at Wright's Hillside School and Theater.
Portal Wisconsin: a guide to events in the humanities and arts throughout the state. Searchable by area of interest, dates of events, or locations.
The Spring Green Area Arts Coalition: a guide to local events of every nature, and a financial supporter of Spring Green LitFest 2006 and 2008.
Wisconsin Humanities Council: Wisconsin Humanities Council supports public programs that engage the people of Wisconsin in the exploration of human cultures, ideas, and values.
A source if you're looking for this year's featured authors:
Powells.com: Our online partner bookseller.
Frugal Muse, Madison. Participating bookstore in this year's LitFest. +
Kraemer Library and Community Center, Plain, Wisconsin
Ocooch Books & Libations, LLC, Richland Center. Participating bookstore in this year's LitFest.
The Prairie Bookshop, Mt. Horeb. Participating bookstore in this year's LitFest.
Spring Green Public Library: The Spring Green Public Library is host to the Spring Green Community Book Club in the summer, which highlights the LitFest featured authors and books. Designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice.
Spring Green Literary Festival