2012 will be a year of exciting revitalization for the Village of Cambridge Wisconsin, population 1400; voted one of the “Top 100 Small Town Getaways in the Midwest”, by Midwest Magazine. Leading the way for another year of possibilities is the Cambridge Collective. This new independent business alliance of over 160 local Cambridge shops, services, organizations and artists was created by a core group of individuals to promote the wonderful Village of Cambridge and all that the area has to offer.
Cambridge Collective is your online resource for the Cambridge area, from existing shops, services and artists to new businesses and restaurants. Online coupons, store events, festival happenings, park activities and more will be at your finger tips. The Village has great plans for the future including an artist cooperative, historic preservation, community development, new or improved festivals, in addition to being a central stop on the Glacial Heritage Area recreational trail system.
The Cambridge Collective is here working for you, our information can help you plan day trips to destination getaways. You are encouraged to visit http://www.visitcambridgewi.com or follow on facebook.com/cambridgecollective to learn about all the amenities the Cambridge community has to offer. For more specific details and information other than what is listed on the user-friendly website, please email us at [email protected], we will gladly assist you.
Spring / Summer story ideas:
“New Event” Spring Potters Tour May 5 & 6, 2012 10am – 5pm
An all clay, driving art studio tour of seven area potters, with over 250 years combined experience, displaying new works from their spring firings.
“Backyard” Destination for outdoor enthusiast –
From sunning on the beach to fishing the well stock Lake Ripley; Cambridge also has over 300 acres of parks featuring trails for walking and biking plus hosting mountain bike competitions. Also a great network of road bike touring options including becoming a central stop on the Glacial Heritage Area Recreational Trail system.
Village of 1400 becomes creative –
Fighting back in this economic time the Village of Cambridge has gotten creative with developing an arts council for concerts in the park to an artists cooperative, historic preservation from building restoration to compiling an audio history library plus the opening of 9 new businesses in the last year and wonderful new enhancements to area outdoor recreational opportunities.