The Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization comprised of a diverse membership of area businesses, industries, organizations and professionals who pool their talents and resources to improve the economic, civic, and cultural climate of the Greater Beloit Community.
Before the Snappers arrived in town in 1982, the only professional baseball team in Beloit was a team affiliated with the old Class D Wisconsin Association in 1905. The Beloit Snappers were a Class A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers from when the club joined the Midwest League in 1982 until the end of the 2004 season. The team was known as the Beloit Brewers (named after the parent club) through the 1994 season, when the club name then changed to the Snappers. The team was then affiliated with the Minnesota Twins from 2005-2012. The Snappers are now the Class A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics and will remain with the Athletics through the 2016 season.
Beloit Wisconsin Convention and Visitors Bureau. Discover upcoming events in and around the city of Beloit as well as local shopping and dining.
The City of Beloit serves as the Gateway to Wisconsin located near the junction of Interstates 90/39 and I-43. Beloit celebrates its proud heritage, diverse culture and entrepreneurial spirit. The City is especially proud of its world class riverfront, providing recreation and special event facilities, biking and hiking paths, and other amenities actively utilized on a year-round basis.
The Stateline's online choice for daily news. Enhanced with an online game area classifieds and service directory. Includes archived news articles from 1995 to present.
Dedicated to the preservation, restoration and interpretation of Beloit's rich history. The vision of the Beloit Historical Society is to make history a focal point of community pride and to serve as a constant reminder to the community of its great and diverse heritage.
Now in its 11th year, BIFF is a ten-day tribute to the power of film and the excitement of independent film from around the world. Local residents and visitors from across the nation fill venues, ranging in size from 40 to 400 seats for more than 100 films, and to meet scores of filmmakers who come from throughout the U.S. and as far away as Europe, Asia and Latin America.
BIFF celebrates filmmakers in all genres—features, documentaries, shorts— who enjoy the Beloit setting as much as the attendees do. BIFF promises crowds of interested viewers filling venues, questioning them at the films, and stopping them on the street.
Beloit is an alloy of strength, beauty, and diversity all melded together into a community that works. The backgrounds and attitudes of the citizens of Beloit come together to forge a beauty unlike any other place. Enriched by the past, and fueled by the city's cultural diversity, Beloit forges ahead to craft something new and beautiful. We invite you to become part of Beloit, you'll fit right in.