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JULY 2024

  • Saturdays, end of May through August: Stock Car Races at ABC Raceway, 2187 Butterworth Rd.  For more information, call 715-682-4237, or visit www.abcraceway.com.
  • Saturdays Mid-May through mid-October:  Ashland Area Farmer’s Market, 8am-12pm, on Chapple Ave, Ashland in front of Black Cat and Ashland Baking Company. Check them out on Facebook or visit www.ashlandareafarmersmarket.com.
  • Wednesdays, July 10- Aug 14, Fun Run and Read at the Bretting Center. 400 4th Ave W. 9:30-11:30am. Join us for toddler playtime at the Bretting Center! This will let your little one(18mo+) play with toddler toys galore. At 11am join in some reading fun along with the Vaughn Public Library. $1/child. For more information call 715-682-7059.
  • Guided Mural Trolley Tours -The 8-block Main Street Business District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the background for a fascinating tour through Ashland’s history as seen through the eyes of Ashland’s mural artists Kelly Meredith and Susan Prentice Martinsen. Trolley Tours are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Pick-up Location in the parking lot of the Bay Area Civic Center, 320 4th Ave West. The tour will be approximately 75 minutes long. Tickets are purchased on the Trolley. Cost: $5.00 per person.  Children under 6 are FREE!  (Cash only accepted, you pay on the Trolley.) For more information on the Mural Trolley Tour please call the Ashland Chamber at 715-682-2500. Sponsored by Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce and BART. Tours run Fridays and Saturdays 10am & 1:30pm and Mondays 1:30pm. June 2nd through September 9th.
  • Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 9am-5pm
  • Bay City Cycles  …. 2024 Casual Group Ride. Check our Casual Group Ride at Bay City Cycles Facebook group for weekly updates.
  • Recreation and Fitness Resources –  Please see their website for more information – we will be updating regularly.
  • Vaughn Public Library –  Not just books anymore!!
  • Ashland Parks & Rec  Scavenger Hunts around Prentice and the Bretting Center!   Each month, new scavenger hunts will launch at the Bretting Center and at Prentice Park. We also have Scavenger Hunt PASSPORTS available at the Bretting Center! Once you complete the hunt, come visit the front desk for a new stamp to add to your passport. Complete ’em all, and get a prize!
  • Chequamegon Bay Golf Club:   Check our Facebook Page  https://www.facebook.com/cbaygolf/  If you have any questions, please contact the Pro Shop at 715-682-8004.
  • Follow the Mural Brick Road … in the county of the land of Ashland.  A fun scavenger hunt with the beautiful murals in Ashland County!
  • Ashland Parks and Rec.715-682-7059.  Activities will be starting in July for the kids. Baseball, T-ball, Little Girls Softball, Basics of Baseball, Gymnastics, Summer Camps, Tennis, and Fun Run & Read.
  • Washburn Cultural CenterArt Galleries, Antiques & Gifts Shop, Washburn Area Historical Society Museum. 1 East Bayfield Street, Washburn.
  • Lost Creek Adventures, 22475 Hwy. 13, Cornucopia. Click here for Classes! For more information, call 715-953-2223 or visit www.lostcreekadventures.org.
  • Big Top Chautauqua Open Mic Night Year Round Wednesdays 6-9pm at The Backstage.
  • Every 3rd Tuesday this summer through September visit us at Culvers 4-8pm to enjoy dinner and support Chequamegon Humane Association!

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2024 Events 

  • 07/02/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Insect Investigations – 10am-noon. Let’s get buggy! Search for live insects and check out the Museum’s collection of creepy crawlies. The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program or $90/$120 for the series of 16 programs. Scholarships are available. Click here to register for Insect Investigations . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/02/2024
    Little Naturalists Program: Art in Nature 10:00am.; Make and admire the artwork of nature! Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable, from 10-11:30 a.m. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Click here to register for Art in Nature. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/02/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Talon Talk Live Raptor Program: Meet the Cable Natural History Museum’s live education raptors in person! Learn all about the amazing world of birds of prey from Naturalist Haley Selen in the Museum’s classroom. 2-3 pm. Please come early to find a seat. Donations welcome. For more information call 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 13470 County Highway M, Cable
  • 07/03/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Forest Lodge Tour: Explore the historic Forest Lodge Estate with a Northland College tour guide. Hear stories of its cultural and natural history and learn about the exciting developments for this educational campus. Participants will be on their feet for 2.5 hours, walking less than a mile over uneven terrain, rain or shine. Meet your Northland College guide at the Forest Lodge Nature Trail parking lot. 9-11:30 a.m. Registration required. Cost is $10 per person. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 07/03/2024
    Little Naturalists Program: Art in Nature 10:00am., Cable; Make and admire the artwork of nature! Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion. 43135 Randysek Road, Cable.10-11:30 a.m. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Click here to register for Art in Nature. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/03/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Survivor – 10am- noon. Test your outdoor skills! Will you survive in the Northwoods? The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program or $90/$120 for the series of 16 programs. Scholarships are available. Click here to register for Survivor . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/03/2024
    Bayfield Summer Concerts; A Salute to America -A Walk Down Tin Pan Alley. 5:30 pm. Duluth based Lyric Opera of the North Singers Vicki Fingalson, Sarah Lawrence, Calland Metts, Jeffrey Madison and pianist Bill Munson bring us the music of George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin. “It’s a Grand Old Flag” and “I’m a Yankee Doodle Dandy” .… and more! Free will offerings  ($10 suggested) are gratefully received at the door. Bayfield Presbyterian Church. 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield.! https://loonopera.org/
  • 07/03/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Shakey Graves with Clover County. Dance Alert. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/04/2024
    Ashland’s 4th of July Celebration:  

    • Parade at 11am on Main Street.  Click here for a Parade Form
    • The Annual Cemetery Walk at Mt. Hope Cemetery, 2-4pm, rain alternate will be held at Saron Lutheran Church Social Hall.
    • Upper 13 league Baseball Game- Washburn Sharptails vs Merchants at 2pm at Pufall Field.
    • Concert Mesang Bandshell, Hwy 2 in Ashland, Ashland City Band. 8pm. Free and open to the public. Questions email chulmer79@gmail.com
    • Ashland Fire Run at 9:30pm on Historic Main Street.
    • Followed by Ashland Fireworks display over Chequamegon Bay at approx. 10pm.
  • 07/04/2024
    Mellen 4th of July celebration: Breakfast at the Ballfield (Memorial Field); Annual 4th of July Parade at 12noon; Frog-Jumping Contest at Three Rivers Park; Baseball Games at Memorial Field; Roly Polys at the Mellen Fire Hall; Bingo, Beer, and Brats at the Mellen City Garage; Live Music at Memorial Field; Bellringer Run/Walk; Kids Money Scramble; Kiddie Parade; Fireworks – lit off at Water Tower Hill at dusk, Fayette Avenue Mellen, WI.  For more information check their Facebook page or call 715- 274-2330.
  • 07/04/2024
    A Full Day of Events:  The Madeline Island 4th of July celebration starts at 10:30am with a parade that includes entries from firetrucks and ambulances to family reunion marching units.  Following the parade, there is a program on the village green in front of the Madeline Island Museum which includes the band, a choir, group singing of patriotic songs and speeches appropriate to the occasion. This is a not-to-be-missed program and also includes the awarding of all the parade trophies.  Our spectacular fireworks begin at dark, which this far north is almost 10pm. The light show is synched to music, boats are out floating at anchor in the harbor, and the magic takes over. The fireworks truly are a community effort with fundraising to cover their cost taking place all year long. If you want to be a part of this event, make plans now.  For more information about Madeline Island, please see our website at madelineisland.com, or call the office at  715 -747-2801.
  • 07/04/2024
    Glidden Independence Day, parade, games, food, fireworks at dusk, historic Marion Park. For more information visit www.gliddenwi.org. Sponsored by VFW Auxiliary.
  • 07/05/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalists at the Hayward Library: Survivor; The Cable Natural History Museum’s popular Junior Naturalist program is coming to Hayward! Kids entering grades K-6 may join us for more games, art, and outdoor exploration at this 2-hour drop-off program at the library. Test your outdoor skills! Will you survive in the Northwoods? Meet at the Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library’s back patio,10788 State Hwy 27/77, Hayward . FREE, but registration required. Click here to register for Survivor . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/05/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum Art of Natural Play; Drop in at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area to join local artists to create make-and-take nature crafts. All ages welcome! Find us at 43135 Randysek Road in Cable. Fridays 10 am to noon. June 28 through August 9. Donations welcome. Call 715-798-3890 for more information.
  • 07/05/2024
    Namekagon Campground Talk: Join the Cable Natural History Museum and the U.S. Forest Service at the Namekagon Campground for a family friendly nature talk! Meet at 4pm at the picnic shelter. Donations welcome. Call 715-798-3890 for more information. Fire Rd 209, Cable.
  • 07/05/2024
    As a tribute to Sal. The return of Puttin’ on the Hits; a lip-sync contest. Prizes for top 3 contestants. 6pm at Gilman Park, Mellen. Bring a lawnchair! Concession on site! We are looking for acts! For more information or to sign up call 715-274-6071 or 715-681-0614.
  • 07/06/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Not Fade Away: Buddy Holly & the Golden Age of Rock N Roll with Deke Dickerson. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/06/2024
    ABC Raceway Fastlane Motorsports Six Cylinder Slam presented by Safari Bar: Raceway located at 2187 Butterworth Road. Stock car racing.  Regular season races on Saturday night. Hot Laps- 6:30pm. Racing-7pm. Grandstand opens at 5pm.  For more information, go to www.abcraceway.com.
  • 07/06/2024
    Clam Lake Fireworks starting at dusk at the Clam Lake Community Club.    For more information, visit www.clamlakewi.com.  715-638-0484.
  • 07/06/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents 23 Skidoo & The Secret Agency. Essentia Health FREE Family Matinee, no charge, no tickets needed. 1pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/06/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Riding the Wind. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/07/2024
    Butternut 4th of July Picnic at the American Legion Hall. For more info call 715-769-3951.
  • 07/07/2024
    Burgers, Blues and Brews. Burgers start at 4 until sold out.  Bring a friend and a chair and join us! Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 4:30-7pm The Last Highway Blues Band.
  • 07/08/2024
    Northwood Technical College presents: Express Mondays. 3-6pm. Ashland Campus, 2100 Beaser Ave.  Visit Ashland Student Services to learn about different programs, get a tour of campus, apply, get admitted or even register for fall classes. Student Services at Northwood Tech’s Ashland campus will have evening hours the second Monday of each month throughout the summer. Stop in to see how we can help you take the next step!
  • 7/08-10 & 8-12/2024
    Lost Creek Adventures presents: Teen Kayak Camp, Cornucopia.  Kayak Camp is designed for youth ages 14-16, incorporating adventure travel in sea kayaks, wilderness survival, outdoor skills, leadership, and community building. More dates are coming soon, so let us know if you have a schedule conflict and we can try to schedule around your needs. Learn more & register
  • 07/09/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Botanical Club of Wisconsin Annual Meeting. The Cable Natural History Museum is helping to host this exciting event at the Forest Lodge Estate. Visit https://sites.google.com/site/botanicalclubofwisconsin/ to register or find out more.
  • 07/09/2024
    Little Naturalists Program: Homey Habitats 10am. Find out what critters need to make a home. Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable, from 10-11:30 a.m. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Click here to register for Homey Habitats. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/09/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Anaamaagon: Under the Snow – 10am -noon; Cool off with us as we dive under the snow to discover animals that live in this hidden winter world. The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program. Scholarships are available. Click here to register for Anaamaagon . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/09/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Talon Talk Live Raptor Program: Meet the Cable Natural History Museum’s live education raptors in person! Learn all about the amazing world of birds of prey from Naturalist Haley Selen in the Museum’s classroom. 2-3 pm. Please come early to find a seat. Donations welcome. For more information call 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 07/09/2024
    North Coast Cruise In. Cars, Truck & Motorcycles.  6-8pm at Good Thyme Restaurant, 77180 State Hwy 13, Washburn. Food & drinks available in the bar. Music sponsored by Washburn Hardware & Sport. Peoples Choice trophy sponsored by Good Thyme Restaurant. For more information call Ron at 715-373-2030.
  • 07/10/2024
    Junior Naturalist Program: Busy Beavers – 10 am-noon. Learn all about North America’s rodent of unusual size! The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program or $90/$120 for the series of 16 programs. Scholarships are available. Click here to register for Busy Beavers. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/10/2024
    Little Naturalists Program at the Hayward Library: Water Wonders. Discover the magic of water…and the beings who need it! Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Hayward Library. from 10-11:30 a.m. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Click here to register for Water Wonders. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 10788 WI-27 #77, Hayward.
  • 07/10/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Forest Lodge Tour: Explore the historic Forest Lodge Estate with a Northland College tour guide. Hear stories of its cultural and natural history and learn about the exciting developments for this educational campus. Participants will be on their feet for 2.5 hours, walking less than a mile over uneven terrain, rain or shine. Meet your Northland College guide at the Forest Lodge Nature Trail parking lot. 9-11:30 a.m. Registration required. Cost is $10 per person. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 07/10/2024
    Bayfield Summer Concerts; Music for Cello, Piano and Voice. 5:30pm. Big Top favorite singer Cheryl Leah returns after a long hiatus with her husband cellist  Ed Willett to perform music pulled from their 38 year history of writing and performing together with their group, the Chance Ensemble. With pianist/composer Severin Behnin, also on the program will be Samuel Barber’s haunting Sonata for Cello and Piano. . Free will offerings  ($10 suggested) are gratefully received at the door. Bayfield Presbyterian Church. 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield. https://willetthousemusic.com/the-chance-ensemble
  • 07/11/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Loon Pontoon Tour on Lake Owen: Learn amazing facts about these ancient birds and the beautiful lakes where they live, while touring on a pontoon boat. A Museum naturalist will share stories about the facts and fantasies behind this Northwoods icon. Meet at the Cable Natural History Museum at 9am-noon.Registration required. $38 member/$43 non-member. For more information or to register call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 07/11/2024
    Concert at H Pearson Plaza, 610 Lake Shore Dr. W. in Ashland, Henry Bitzer. 7pm. Free and open to the public. Bring your own chair. Questions email chulmer79@gmail.com
  • 07/11&13/2024
    County G Community Neighborhood Garage Sales. Friday 12-6pm. Saturday 8am-2pm. 7 houses. Rain or shine. Turn onto Cty. Hwy. G by the Visitor Center and there will be sales up and down the road and some nearby side roads. Balloons will be posted by each sale.
  • 07/12/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum Art of Natural Play; Drop in at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area to join local artists to create make-and-take nature crafts. All ages welcome! Find us at 43135 Randysek Road in Cable. Fridays 10am to noon. June 28 through August 9. Donations welcome. Call 715-798-3890 for more information.
  • 07/12/2024
    Chequamegon Bay Shortstop practice rounds at Chequamegon Bay Golf Club.  For more information call 715-682-8004.
  • 07/12/2024
    Junior Naturalists at the Hayward Library: Insect Investigations. The Cable Natural History Museum’s popular Junior Naturalist program is coming to Hayward! Kids entering grades K-6 may join us for more games, art, and outdoor exploration at this 2-hour drop-off program at the library. Let’s get buggy! Search for live insects and check out the Museum’s collection of creepy crawlies Meet at the Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library’s back patio,10788 State Hwy 27/77, Hayward . FREE, but registration required. Click here to register for Insect Investigations. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/12/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Botanical Club of Wisconsin Annual Meeting. The Cable Natural History Museum is helping to host this exciting event at the Forest Lodge Estate. Visit https://sites.google.com/site/botanicalclubofwisconsin/ to register or find out more.
  • 07/12/2024
    It’s time to roll up your sleeves! Memorial Blood Centers has declared a blood emergency. Donors are needed! You can donate at Tamarak Health Ashland Medical Center. 9am-3:30pm. 1615 Maple Ln.  Click here to schedule. This link works.
  • 07/12/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Arrival From Sweden: The Music of Abba! Dance Alert. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 07/13/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Joseph Jenkins Program Series: Ojibwe Ecological Knowledge in Practice. Join in a community gathering to celebrate Ojibwe Ecological Knowledge. Learn how cultural, place-based knowledge sustains our relationships with nature during several hours of presentations, storytelling, and hands-on experiences. Featuring drop-in demonstrations and activities from 10-11 am and presentations from 11am to 2pm at the Cable Natural History Museum’s Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. Afternoon workshops by registration only. Visit www.cablemuseum.org . for workshop updates and speaker schedules to be announced.
  • 07/13/2024
    Copper Falls State Park: Yoga in the park! 9-10am. Enjoy a relaxing yoga session on the shores of Loon Lake. Join yoga instructor Lori Hall for an hour of yoga stretches that increase your flexibility, balance,, strength, energy and breath. The beautiful landscape of Copper Falls State Park adds to this whole body experience. Park admissions sticker is required. Meet at the Loon Lake Beach. 36764 Copper Falls Rd, Mellen.
  • 07/13/2024
    The Bayview History Committee presents: Open House at the Houghton Depot. 10am-12Noon. Bayview Park Road & Hwy 13 (halfway between Washburn & Bayfield). Looking to connect to the beauty and history of the Bayfield Peninsula? Bring the family to tour the Houghton Depot and step back in time. Have a picnic among the pines at the large shelter, walk the incredible sand beach and take a dip in the beautiful inland sea. Marvel at the coastal wetlands along the trail that connect to Friendly Valley Beach. Very clean privy facilities on site as well! For more information visit www.washburnheritage.org or check their facebook.
  • 07/13/2024
    9th Annual Sanborn Tractor & Truck Pull at Sanborn Pioneer Days, Sanborn Memorial Park.   Park opens at 12 Noon.  Loyal Mini Rodders 2pm, Truck/Tractor 5pm.  Pedal tractor pull for kids, activities for kids, food & beverages for sale. Admission $10 adult; 6-12 $5; children 5 & under Free.  Admission and money raised go to park repairs.  Music at 8pm, 50/50 Raffle For more information 715-278-3908; 715-492-7238; 715-209-8036.  No carry ins allowed.
  • 07/13-14/2024
    The 79th Ashland Men’s Shortstop Golf Championship at the Chequamegon Bay Golf Club, 3000 Golf Course Rd, Ashland. For more information, call 715-682-8004.
  • 07/13/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents The Okee Dokee Brothers. Essentia Health FREE Family Matinee, no charge, no tickets needed. 1pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/13/2024
    ABC Raceway Renegade High Roller Series presented by Bad River Lodge and Casino: Raceway located at 2187 Butterworth Road. Stock car racing.  Regular season races on Saturday night. Hot Laps- 6:30pm. Racing-7pm. Grandstand opens at 5pm.  For more information, go to www.abcraceway.com.
  • 07/13/2024
    Copper Falls State Park :A Musical Tribute to History of Mining in the North. 6pm – 8pm. Ironwood, MI based singer/storyteller Bill Jamerson will present a musical tribute to the History of Mining in the North at Copper Falls State Park. The program is free and open to the public.
  • 07/13/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Pickin’ on Rock. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/14/2024
    Burgers, Blues and Brews. Burgers start at 4 until sold out.  Bring a friend and a chair and join us! Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 4:30-7pm Jordan Grunow.
  • 07/14/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents:  Andrew Bird and Nickel Creek; Up, Up, & Away Tour. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 07/16/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: River Rats – 10am to noon. Join the Wisconsin DNR’s fish crew to discover who lives in the Namekagon River. Bring water shoes and dress for getting wet. Adults are welcome, too! The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program or $90/$120 for the series of 16 programs. Scholarships are available. Click here to register for River Rats. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/16/2024
    Little Naturalists Program: Best Bugs 10:00am. Discover the wild world of insects! Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Hayward Library. from 10-11:30 a.m. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Click here to register for Best Bugs. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 10788 WI-27 #77, Hayward.
  • 07/16/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Waterbug Ballet at Forest Lodge from 1 – 4pm. Learn about the amazing tiny creatures in lakes and rivers who provide us with important information about water quality…then connect to them through dance! Participants will spend time finding, observing, and learning about macroinvertebrates living along the shoreline of Lake Namakagon with the Superior Rivers Watershed Association. Using their observations and an introduction to ballet and creative movement, participants will work together to create a dance to share with their families at the end of the second class on July 23. Open to children ages 7-9. Children should bring their own life jacket. Ballet shoes are optional. Meet in the Great Hall of the Forest Lodge Educational Campus, 22230 Garmisch Rd, Cable. 1 – 4 p.m.  $12 per class. Register at www.cablemuseum.org  or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890.
  • 07/16/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Talon Talk Live Raptor Program: Meet the Cable Natural History Museum’s live education raptors in person! Learn all about the amazing world of birds of prey from Naturalist Haley Selen in the Museum’s classroom. 2-3 pm. Please come early to find a seat. Donations welcome. For more information call 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 07/17/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Forest Lodge Tour: Explore the historic Forest Lodge Estate with a Northland College tour guide. Hear stories of its cultural and natural history and learn about the exciting developments for this educational campus. Participants will be on their feet for 2.5 hours, walking less than a mile over uneven terrain, rain or shine. Meet your Northland College guide at the Forest Lodge Nature Trail parking lot. 9-11:30 a.m. Registration required. Cost is $10 per person. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 07/17/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Cool Collections – 10am to noon Become a museum naturalist during hands-on specimen and nature exploration. The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program. Scholarships are available. Click here to register for Cool Collections. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/17/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Little Naturalists Program at the Hayward Library: Best Bugs. Discover the wild world of insects! Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Hayward Library from 10-11:30 a.m. Donations welcome! Register for Best Bugs. For more information visit www.cablemuseum.org or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. 10788 WI-27 #77
  • 07/17/2024
    Bayfield Summer Concerts; Treasures from the Baroque with Trevor Stephenson; 5:30 pm. Madison harpsichordist and 18th century music expert plays on his own specially built instrument and tells us about the early music and baroque era of Bach and other masters. If you haven’t heard a solo harpsichord in the resonant space of Bayfield Presbyterian, you’re missing out Free will offerings  ($10 suggested) are gratefully received at the door. Bayfield Presbyterian Church. 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield. https://trevorstephenson.com/
  • 07/17/2024
    Stormy Kromer VIP Sneak Peak Shopping Event. 5-7pm. 75 tickets available for $20 per ticket. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Dove Inc. 1238 Wall Street, Ironwood. For more information call 906-932-7804.
  • 07/18/2024
    Callaway Fitting Demo Day. 1-5pm. 3000 Golf Course Rd. For more information call 715-682-8004.
  • 07/18-20/2024
    Stormy Kromer 11th Annual Warehouse Sale.  Join us for our 11th Annual Warehouse Sale, 1238 Wall Street, Ironwood, With one-of-a-kind samples & prototypes, discontinued colors & styles, factory seconds, and more. Up to 80% off, one-of-a-kind items, deep discounts and seconds. New Fall 2024 items also available. July 18, 9am-5pm, July 19, 9am- 5pm, and  July 20, 9am- 3pm.
  • 07/18/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Ladies of Laurel Canyon: Joni Mitchell, Carole King, The Mamas & the Papas. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/19 & 20/2024
    Bay Days on Main Street!  Friday:  Food Vendors, Sidewalk Sales & Arts  & Crafts and Battle of the Bands.  Saturday: Arts and crafts, food booths, strongman contest, 3 on 3 Basketball, pie eating contest, fun run, Music and other family fun.  For more information, call 715-682-2500 and visit www.ashlandbaydays.com.
  • 07/19/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Loon Pontoon Tour on Lake Owen: Learn amazing facts about these ancient birds and the beautiful lakes where they live, while touring on a pontoon boat. A Museum naturalist will share stories about the facts and fantasies behind this Northwoods icon. Meet at the Cable Natural History Museum at 9am-noon.Registration required.$38 member/$43 non-member. For more information or to register call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 07/19/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum Art of Natural Play; Drop in at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area to join local artists to create make-and-take nature crafts. All ages welcome! Find us at 43135 Randysek Road in Cable. Fridays 10 am to noon. June 28 through August 9. Donations welcome. Call 715-798-3890 for more information.
  • 07/19/2024
    Junior Naturalists at the Hayward Library: Stories in Nature. The Cable Natural History Museum’s popular Junior Naturalist program is coming to Hayward! Kids entering grades K-6 may join us for more games, art, and outdoor exploration at this 2-hour drop-off program at the library. Nature is full of stories! Use trees and tracks as inspiration to craft your own tale. We’ll also be joined by a special guest for story time! Meet at the Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library’s back patio,10788 State Hwy 27/77, Hayward . FREE, but registration required. Click here to register for Stories in Nature. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/19/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Pickin’ on Rock. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/20/2024
    Junior Naturalists at Mt. Telemark Village: Discover bugs, birds, animals, and adventure on the trails at Mt. Telemark Village! The Cable Natural History Museum’s Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Mt. Telemark Village Base Camp at 10am. Explore the trails and return by noon. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Scholarships are available. Click here to register. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 42105 Telemark Rd.
  • 07/20/2024
    Mudrutters Off Road Mountain Bike Race.  Race start 10am.  Race start in the Salem Church parking lot at 400 Salem Drive.  3 race difficulties.  For more info go to https://www.bikereg.com/mudrutters-off-road-mtb-race
  • 06/14/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Minagi kin dowan (My Spirit Sings): a Zitkala-Sa opera. Essentia Health FREE Family Matinee, no charge, no tickets needed. 1pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information  www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/20/2024
    ABC Raceway Kids Bike Races presented by Chicago Iron & Supplies: Raceway located at 2187 Butterworth Road. Stock car racing.  Regular season races on Saturday night. Hot Laps- 6:30pm. Racing-7pm. Grandstand opens at 5pm.  For more information, go to www.abcraceway.com.
  • 07/21/2024
    Copper Falls Pancakes in the Park 9am-1pm.  Come join us at Copper Falls State Park in Mellen!  Menu: Pancakes, sausage, bacon, fresh fruit, milk, coffee, tea, juice. $5 one pancake/sausage or bacon (kids portion). $8 two pancakes/sausage or bacon. $10 three pancakes/sausage or bacon. All proceeds go to the Trails of CFSP. 36764 Copper Falls Rd, Mellen.
  • 07/21/2024
    Adult/Junior Scramble Golf Tournament. 3000 Golf Course Rd. For more information call 715-682-8004.
  • 07/21/2024
    Burgers, Blues and Brews. Burgers start at 4 until sold out.  Bring a friend and a chair and join us! Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 4:30-7pm Sugarhound.
  • 07/21/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents An Evening with Lyle Lovett and his Large Band. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 07/23/2024
    Junior Naturalist Program: Stories in Nature- 10am to noon. Nature is full of stories! Use trees and tracks as inspiration to craft your own tale. We’ll also be joined by a special guest from Forest Lodge Library for story time! The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program. Scholarships are available. Click here to register. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/23/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Little Naturalists Program: A Rockin’ Good Time 10am. Learn why geology is the foundation of fun! Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable, from 10-11:30am. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Click here to register. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/23/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Waterbug Ballet at Forest Lodge from 1-4pm. Learn about the amazing tiny creatures in lakes and rivers who provide us with important information about water quality…then connect to them through dance! Participants will spend time finding, observing, and learning about macroinvertebrates living along the shoreline of Lake Namakagon with the Superior Rivers Watershed Association. Using their observations and an introduction to ballet and creative movement, participants will work together to create a dance to share with their families at the end of class. Open to children ages 7-9. Children should bring their own life jacket. Ballet shoes are optional. Meet in the Great Hall of the Forest Lodge Educational Campus, 22230 Garmisch Rd, Cable. 1 – 4 p.m.  $12 per class. Click here to register. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/23/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Talon Talk Live Raptor Program. Meet the Cable Natural History Museum’s live education raptors in person! Learn all about the amazing world of birds of prey from Naturalist Haley Selen in the Museum’s classroom. 2-3pm. Please come early to find a seat. Donations welcome. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 13470 County Hwy M, Cable.
  • 07/24/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Tree and Shrub Identification (Master Naturalist Advanced Training) Make new friends! Once you learn to identify our local trees and shrubs, you’ll run into someone you know on every hike. Gain experience with dichotomous keys, learn some fun mnemonics, and have a great day in the woods. Meet at the Cable Natural History Museum at 9am to caravan to a field site. Dress for the weather and be prepared for short hikes. Bring snacks and water. Return by noon. You don’t have to be a certified Master Naturalist to participate! Any adult learners are welcome. Register by July 19. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . Cost is $15 member/$20 non-member. 13470 County Hwy M, Cable.
  • 07/24/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Forest Lodge Tour. Explore the historic Forest Lodge Estate with a Northland College tour guide. Hear stories of its cultural and natural history and learn about the exciting developments for this educational campus. Participants will be on their feet for 2.5 hours, walking less than a mile over uneven terrain, rain or shine. Meet your Northland College guide at the Forest Lodge Nature Trail parking lot. 9-11:30 a.m. Cost is $10 per person. Registration required.  For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 22230 Garmisch Rd, Cable.
  • 07/24/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Junior Naturalist Program: Creepy Crawly Creatures – 10am to noon Be a herpetologist for the day and explore creatures that breathe through their skin and swallow their food whole! The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program. Scholarships are available. Register here. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 07/24/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Little Naturalists Program at the Hayward Library: Color Crazy. Explore colors and patterns in nature! Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Hayward Library from 10-11:30am. Donations welcome! Register here. at cablemuseum.org or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 10788 WI-27 #77, Hayward.
  • 07/24/2024
    Bayfield Summer Concerts; Fellowship Quartets from MICM. 5:30 pm. Talented developing artists from around the world play music from the 21st century. These elite students compete for  Madeline Island Chamber Music, part of the Minneapolis McPhail Institute, and work intensively for weeks, tutored by leading artists. Then they bring their best, and tell us about the new compositions they choose as part of their stunning performances. Free will offerings  ($10 suggested) are gratefully received at the door. Bayfield Presbyterian Church. 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield. https://www.micm.org/
  • 07/25/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Loon Pontoon Tour on Lake Owen. Learn amazing facts about these ancient birds and the beautiful lakes where they live, while touring on a pontoon boat. A Museum naturalist will share stories about the facts and fantasies behind this Northwoods icon. Meet at the Cable Natural History Museum at 9 a.m. and return by noon. Registration required. $38 member/$43 non-member. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org . 13470 Co Hwy M, Cable.
  • 07/25/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents:  JJ Grey & Mofro-Olustee Tour with SonofMel. Dance Alert. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 07/26/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Art of Natural Play. Drop in at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area to join local artists to create make-and-take nature crafts. All ages welcome! Find us at 43135 Randysek Road in Cable. Fridays 10am to noon. June 28 through August 9. Donations welcome. Call 715-798-3890 for more information.
  • 07/26/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Junior Naturalists at the Hayward Library: Creepy Crawly Creatures. The Cable Natural History Museum’s popular Junior Naturalist program is coming to Hayward! Kids entering grades K-6 may join us for more games, art, and outdoor exploration at this 2-hour drop-off program at the library. Be a herpetologist for the day and explore creatures that breathe through their skin and swallow their food whole! Meet at the Sherman & Ruth Weiss Community Library’s back patio. FREE, but please RSVP. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org  10788 State Hwy 27/77, Hayward.
  • 07/26-28/2024
    Washburn Brownstone Block Party. Events all day. For more information call 715-373-5017.
  • 07/26-28/2024
    66th Annual Pioneer Days at the Butternut Community Park. Fun for the whole family! 11am. For more information visit www.butternutwi.com.
  • 7/26/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Song for the Wild. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 07/27/2024
    Penokee Mountain Bike Road Race and Tour, hosted by the Mellen Area Chamber of Commerce. Registration: 7:30-9:30am. Race start: 9:30am. Pre-race fee: $30.00 Race day: $35.00. Forty-seven miles of scenic highway traversing rolling hills and flat terrain. Awards given: 1st place overall for men and women; 1st-3rd given for age groups in 5-year increments. Treats for all riders at the end of the race. 715-274-2330. www.mellenwi.com.
  • 07/27/2024
    Chequamegon Vets Brat Fry at Tastes of Wisconsin, 420 Lake Shore Dr West, 10am-4pm.
  • 07/27/2024
    15th Annual Jack O’Brien Memorial Charity Golf Tournament at the Chequamegon Bay Golf Course, 3000 Golf Course Rd. 11am. All skill levels welcome! For more information please contact 715-682-8004 or email chequamegonbaygolf@gmail.com
  • 07/27/2024
    The Bayview History Committee presents: Open House at the Houghton Depot. 10am-12Noon. Bayview Park Road & Hwy 13 (halfway between Washburn & Bayfield). Looking to connect to the beauty and history of the Bayfield Peninsula? Bring the family to tour the Houghton Depot and step back in time. Have a picnic among the pines at the large shelter, walk the incredible sand beach and take a dip in the beautiful inland sea. Marvel at the coastal wetlands along the trail that connect to Friendly Valley Beach. Very clean privy facilities on site as well! For more information visit www.washburnheritage.org or check their facebook
  • 07/27/2024
    14th Annual North Coast Car Show, at The Washburn Inn, 130 Harbor View Dr., Washburn. Registration from 9am-12 noon. Live music from “The Tinglers”. Chance to win cash prizes. Brett and the Little Big Show 7-11pm. For more information and registration, call, 715-373-2030, or 715-373-5725 or facebook.com/nccarshow/
  • 07/27/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Join us for a Nautical Night to benfit the Cable Natural History Museum. 5-9pm at the Derksen Family Great Hall American Berkebeiner Trailhead. 14876 McNaught Rd., Cable. Silent auction, appetizers, & drinks 5pm. Dinner served at 6pm with dancing to follow. Inspired cuisine by Lakewoods Resort with special desserts by Cindy Gidley. Registration opening soon!  For ticket information click here.
  • 07/27/2024
    ABC Raceway Hall of Fame Night presented by Zar’s Bar & Banquet Hall: Raceway located at 2187 Butterworth Road. Stock car racing.  Regular season races on Saturday night. Hot Laps- 6:30pm. Racing-7pm. Grandstand opens at 5pm.  For more information, go to www.abcraceway.com.
  • 07/27/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents The Drifters, The Coasters & The Platters. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 07/27-28/2024
    Iron River Lions Club Blueberry Festival at Moon Lake Park, County Hwy. H, Iron River. Rides, crafts, food, games, live music, special blueberry treats & more! For more information, call 715-372-8558, or visit www.irlions.com.
  • 07/28/2024
    Burgers, Blues and Brews. Burgers start at 4 until sold out.  Bring a friend and a chair and join us! Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 4:30-7pm The Last Highway Blues Band.
  • 07/28/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Chief O’Neill & the Lost Tunes of Ireland. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 07/28-8/1/2024
    Northwest Wisconsin CEP presents: Rescue Divas 2024! Held at Northland College, Ashland. Rescue Divas is a fun, hands on five day residential summer camp designed to expose girls to Emergency Medical Services careers. Our exciting activities will help girls grow confidence and become stronger leaders, even during times of high stress. This special opportunity is open to 20 girls currently in 6th, 7th & 8th grades residing in Northwest Wisconsin – primarily Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor and Washburn counties. Applications can be downloaded at https://rescuedivas.org/apply Applications are accepted until Friday, May 31st, 2024. Selected girls will be notified by mail early June. If you have questions, please email rescuedivas@nwcep.org or call Mary at 715-979-5122.
  • 07/29-30/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Mysterious Moths (Master Naturalist Advanced Training) Join Kyle Johnson, Minnesota Biological Survey (MBS) Entomologist, for an overnight program to learn about the mysterious world of moths! We’ll explore moth diversity, ecology, and conservation, as well as strange encounters and current research. Meet at 1:00 p.m. Monday at the Forest Lodge Estate. All meals are included. You don’t have to be a certified Master Naturalist to participate! Any adult learners are welcome. Space is limited. Register by July 19. Registration is $180 with lodging at the historic Gatehouse, and $140 for commuters. Register here. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org  22230 Garmisch Road, Cable.
  • 07/29-31/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents:  Bluegrass Day Camp for kids AND NEW-Bluegrass Evening Camp for Adults! 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 07/30/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Junior Naturalist Program: Flower Frenzy – 10am to noon. Appreciate the function of flowers and their pollinators. The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program. Scholarships are available. Register here. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org
  • 07/30/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Little Naturalists Program: Nature’s Recyclers 10am. Scavengers, composters, and you can all recycle to make the world a better place. Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion from 10-11:30 a.m. $6 for members/$8 non-members. Register here. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org. 43135 Randysek Road , Cable.
  • 07/30/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Talon Talk Live Raptor Program. Meet the Cable Natural History Museum’s live education raptors in person! Learn all about the amazing world of birds of prey from Naturalist Haley Selen in the Museum’s classroom. 2-3pm. Please come early to find a seat. Donations welcome. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org. 13470 Co Hwy M, Cable.
  • 07/31/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Forest Lodge Tour. Explore the historic Forest Lodge Estate with a Northland College tour guide. Hear stories of its cultural and natural history and learn about the exciting developments for this educational campus. Participants will be on their feet for 2.5 hours, walking less than a mile over uneven terrain, rain or shine. Meet your Northland College guide at the Forest Lodge Nature Trail parking lot. 9-11:30 a.m. Registration required. Cost is $10 per person.  For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org. 22230 Garmisch Road, Cable.
  • 07/31/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Junior Naturalist Program: Animal Superpowers – 10am to noon. Are you faster than a speeding falcon? More powerful than a bear? Discover the amazing adaptations that give animals their own unique superpowers. The Junior Naturalist programs offer environmental education for children in grades K – 6 through games, art, and outdoor exploration. Meet at the Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area’s Wake Robin Pavilion, 43135 Randysek Road, Cable. $6 for members/$8 non-members per program. Scholarships are available. Register here. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org.
  • 07/31/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum. Little Naturalists Program at the Hayward Library: Predator/Prey. Who eats who? Predators and prey keep the ecosystem in balance. Little Naturalists offers the opportunity to playfully explore our environment using our senses and our imaginations. Little Naturalists is geared toward children ages 3-6, but older and younger siblings are welcome. Adults are encouraged to stay and explore with their children. Meet at the Hayward Library from 10-11:30 a.m. Donations welcome! Register here. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org. 10788 State Hwy 27/77, Hayward.
  • 07/31/2024
    Bayfield Summer Concerts; Lumina. 5:30pm. Kim Sueoka, Linda Kachelmeier, Angela Grundstad, Clara Osowski are an eclectic professional women’s ensemble, dedicated to the mystery, beauty and hope inherent in music. Drawing from a rich well of musical sources, including Medieval chants, Renaissance motets, folk song traditions, and works by living and local composers, their sounds are rich, complex and enchanting. Free will offerings  ($10 suggested) are gratefully received at the door. Bayfield Presbyterian Church. 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield. https://www.luminawomensensemble.com/

2023 Events 

 

  • 07/21/2023
    The Neighborly Bar presents: Concert in the Corn meets Night at the Neighbs! 3-10pm! Live music in the street with music by Johnny Propane from 3-6:30pm and Little Cisco Band from 6:30-10pm. Concert in the Corn tickets & swag available! Over $10,000 in raffles. Food by Tastes of Wisconsin! 1301 Main St W, Ashland

 

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