The year the Green Bay Packers last WON a Super Bowl.


The Green Bay Packers last won a Super Bowl in 2011 when they played Super Bowl XLV (45). The Packers faced the Pittsburgh Steelers and defeated them 31-25. They entered the 2010-11 playoffs as a Wild Card and ended up winning the Super Bowl.


The town of Pepin, Wisconsin is home to a museum honoring the author of the Little House books, most famously "Little House on the Prairie".

Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura's father, Charles Phillip Ingalls, was a descendant of the ancestral family of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.



The Beatles song that spent the most number of weeks in the charts.

Hey Jude

Hey Jude topped the charts in Britain for two weeks and for 9 weeks in America, where it became The Beatles' longest-running No. 1 in the US singles chart as well as the single with the longest running time.


The name of the groovy, FOX period sitcom that starred Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.

That 70's Show

Focusing on a group of six teenagers’ lives in Point Place, Wisconsin 50 years ago.


In 1998, this politician from Wisconsin became the first openly lesbian candidate to be elected to Congress.

Tammy Baldwin


The first cheesehead was not worn at a Green Bay Packers game but instead at a game for this baseball team. 

Milwaukee Brewers

In 1987 Ralph Bruno of Milwaukee transformed the term into a symbol of pride when he crafted a wedge-shaped cheese hat from his mother's sofa cushion and wore it to a Brewers game at County Stadium.


This tear-inducing satire news site was founded by two students at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1988.

The Onion

In its earlier years, the publication primarily consisted of a mix of Dikkers's cartoons, Spy magazine-like satire, and short fiction. The bottom three inches were reserved as ad space for coupons that were typically purchased by local, student-centered or inexpensive establishments.


Elvis covered this song by Neil Diamond for his album 'On Stage'.

Sweet Caroline


The lead actress in the 1964 movie "My fair lady".

Audrey Hepburn


This eye-catching country legend was the 2nd ever headliner for Summerfest back in 1969.

Dolly Parton

Parton made her album debut in 1967 with Hello, I'm Dolly, which led to success during the remainder of the 1960s (both as a solo artist and with a series of duet albums with Porter Wagoner), before her sales and chart peak came during the 1970s and continued into the 1980s.


The Brewers' all-time leader in hits.

Robin Yount

As of January 2024, Robin Yount had the most hits in Milwaukee Brewers franchise history with 3,142 hits. 


During the Civil War, Wisconsin soldiers had a mascot, what was he and what was his name.

A bald Eagle named Old Abe

Old Abe witnessed 37 battles and skirmishes, including some of the bloodiest fighting at Vicksburg and Corinth, Mississippi.


This famous 60's song has the lyrics

"Like a river flows
Surely to the sea
Darling, so it goes
Some things are meant to be?

"Can't Help Falling in Love" by Elvis Presley

"Can't Help Falling in Love" is a 1961 song recorded by American singer Elvis Presley for the album Blue Hawaii (1961)


This was the highest grossing movie in 1963, but lost money due to it being so expensive to make. 


With the estimated production costs totaling $31 million (not counting the $5 million spent on the aborted British shoot), the film became the most expensive film ever made up to that point and nearly bankrupted the studio. 

It then earned box-office receipts $57.7 million in box-office receipts in the United States and Canada, and one of the highest-grossing films of the decade at a worldwide level. However, the film initially lost money because of its exorbitant production and marketing costs totaling $44 million


This artist, known as “the mother of American Modernism” and noted for her lush paintings of flowers, has a middle school named after her in Madison, about 9 miles from the farmhouse where she was born.

Georgia O’Keeffe

She was an artist known for her paintings of animal skulls and depictions of the rural Southwest, particularly New Mexico.


The American Birkebeiner, in which athletes typically traverse 50 rugged kilometers between Cable and Hayward, is the world’s largest race in this sport.

Cross-Country Skiing

The Birkebeiners got their name from wrapping and tying birch bark around their legs from the knees down. This kept the snow out, and protected their legs in battle. Today, Birkebeiner has come to mean a person strong in adversity, never daunted by trial and hardships.


There are two men shown on the Wisconsin state flag, name their occupation.

What are a sailor and a minor. 

At the very top you have the state’s motto: “Forward.” And that was adopted by the state Legislature in 1851, just three years after statehood, as the state’s motto.


This famous 60's song has the lyrics

"I've got so much honey
The bees envy me
I've got a sweeter song
Than the birds in the trees"

"My Girl" by The Temptations

"My Girl" is a soul music song recorded by the Temptations. Written and produced by the Miracles members Smokey Robinson and Ronald White, it became the Temptations' first U.S. number 1 single, and is currently their signature song.


Actor Richard Kiel is best known for playing this same character in two different films.


Standing at 7'2" this actor suffers from gigantism, a condition caused by an excess of human growth hormone.


One of the most famous architects in American history, known for such works as the Robie House, Fallingwater, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

Frank Lloyd Wright


The Brewers name before they moved to Milwaukee.

The Seattle Pilots


The year Wisconsin was founded.

Since its admission to the Union on May 29, 1848, as the 30th state, Wisconsin has been ethnically heterogeneous, with Yankees being among the first to arrive from New York and New England.


The Yardbirds were the precursor to this band.

Led Zeppelin

before Led Zeppelin was ever a glint in Jimmy Page’s eye, there was a band called The Yardbirds and they ruled. Unfortunately, they split just as soon as the band scored their first Top-5 hit, a bongo-fueled rave-up titled “For Your Love.” 


This film won an Oscar for Best Picture in 1965.

The Sound of Music

Although initial critical response to the film was mixed, it was a major commercial success, becoming the number one box office film after four weeks, and the highest-grossing film of 1965. By November 1966, The Sound of Music had become the highest-grossing film of all-time—surpassing Gone with the Wind—and held that distinction for five years.


This famous talk show host was raised in Milwaukee.

Oprah Winfrey

Legendary talk show host, producer, actress and philanthropist Oprah Winfrey was raised in Milwaukee, attending Lincoln High School and Nicolet High School (she finished high school in Nashville, where her dad lived).