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JUNE 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.
  • 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 7th.
  • 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.
  • Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center. Closed for the month of June.
  • Bay City Cycles  …. 2024 Casual Group Ride. Check our Casual Group Ride at Bay City Cycles Facebook group for weekly updates.
  • Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church BINGO! Tuesday nights!  Doors open 5:30pm, Bingo starts at 6:30pm. Food and Beverages for sale. 201 Lake Shore Dr E Ashland. For more information go to 715-682-7620.
  • 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!
  • Recreation and Fitness Resources –  Please see their website for more information – we will be updating regularly.
  • Lost Creek Adventures, 22475 Hwy. 13, Cornucopia. Click here for Classes! For more information, call 715-953-2223 or visit www.lostcreekadventures.org.
  • Washburn Cultural Center June exhibit “Fiber Arts 2023″
  • 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!
  • Join the Solstice Outdoors Summer Hike Challenge! 6 LOCAL hikes to explore. Here’s how it works: 1. Hit the trail, take some pictures and tag us on social media #solsticehikechallenge and tag us @solsticeoutdoors. 2. Complete all 6 LOCAL hikes by August 31st. 3. Stop in the shop and claim your freebie and register to win the Summer Hike Challenge GRAND PRIZE! The winner will be drawn on September 1st.

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2024 Events

  • 06/01-2/2024
    Wisconsin State Free Fishing Weekend, no license required. For more information, call 715-682-2500, or visit www.dnr.wi.gov.
  • 06/01/2024
    24th annual Kids Fishing Day at the David R. Obey Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center from 9am-1pm. Come join us to learn about fish, where they live, how to catch them, and how to cast. Participants will register at the start of the event. Please come anytime between 9:00 am to noon, to allow enough time to complete each learning station. This FREE event is full of family fun, with experienced anglers and biologists available to share their fishing tips and techniques! Fishing rods and bait are provided. There will be drawings and prizes throughout the event.
    29270 Co Hwy G. For more information call 715-685-9983.
  • 06/01/2024
    Bayfield Area Trails Celebration! World Trails Weekend. Thinking, Planning, Sharing. 9am-noon. Hatchery Tours, Presentation, Dedication, Trail Partners Info Tables, Guided hikes each day at 7am and chart the futures of Bayfield Area Trails. For more information click here or call 541-452-3079.  Les Voigt State Fish Hatchery, 83875 State Hwy. 13, Bayfield.
  • 06/01/2024
    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.
  • 06/01/2024
    Benoit Cheese Haus, 23920 County Hwy F.  Annual JUNE DAIRY CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY! 10-2:30 pm! This year’s theme is “Say Cheese!” Come on over to Benoit Cheese Haus and celebrate you, our amazing customers!  We’ll be having lots of in store specials, cheese prizes, giveaways, games, discounts, tasty treats & WIMI will be  here with A Grill Out: from 11 – 1pm with Bar-B-Q’ing delicious Wisconsin Bratwurst and Rockin’Hot Dogs. The WIMI Prize Wheel, with prize giveaways at 1:00! It is sure to be fun for all ages with big savings!! Parade at 3pm! Please come watch or if you’ve always wanted to be in a parade here is your chance! For more information or to sign up for the parade call 715-746-2561.
  • 06/01/2024
    Chequamegon Veterans arranged with Bay Theater to have a one time showing of the Academy Award winning war movie SAVING PRIVATE RYAN.  10am. The movie is FREE and open to the public. Concessions will be available for purchase. 420 Main St W. No advance tickets required.
  • 06/01/2024
    Copper Falls Naturalist Programs. Join us in kicking off the season on Saturday, 10am-12pm to Paddle with the Naturalist on Loon Lake! The “Discover Loon Lake” series looks at a range of issues offering a chance for participants to learn more about aquatic plants, loons, bogs, and frogs in a family-friendly exploration of the lake’s diverse shoreline. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Bring your canoe or kayak. Don’t have a boat, no problem! The Friends of Copper Falls State Park has a limited number of single person boats to rent for a small fee. Contact the park office to arrange a rental: (715) 274-5123.
  • 06/01/2024
    White Winter Winery’s Music on the Porch with Tom O’Hara. Spend a laid-back afternoon with Duluth music legend Tom O’Hara. He’ll be playing a mix of easy-listening jazz and pop tunes, for the ultimate in summer relaxation. Sip on top-notch mead, ciders and cocktails while soaking in the soulful vibes from 2-5pm. 68323 Lea St A, Iron River.
  • 06/01-02/2024
    Madeline Island Visitor Appreciation Weekend. Visit http://madelineisland.com for more information.
  • 06/01/2024
    ABC Raceway Fastlane Motorsports Super Stock Series Round #1 presented by  NAPA: 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.
  • 06/02/2024
    Bayfield Area Trails Celebration! World Trails Weekend. Thinking, Planning, Sharing. 9am-noon. Hatchery Tours, Presentation, Dedication, Trail Partners Info Tables, Guided hikes each day at 7am and chart the futures of Bayfield Area Trails. For more information click here or call 541-452-3079.  Big Ravine Headwaters, 35555 Meyers-Olson Rd., Bayfield.
  • 06/02/2024
    Chequamegon Archery Club. Summer 3D League run 6 weeks. Shoot weekly Sunday or Monday. $5/week or $50 for both sessions-Adults, $3/week or $30 for both sessions- Juniors. Another session begins August 18th.  3501 McDonald Rd. For more information call 715-816-4476 or visit https://cacashland.weebly.com/.
  • 06/02/2024
    Blessing of the Fleet Ceremony: History comes to life with the traditional Blessing of the Fleet Ceremony, as commercial fishing boats, tugs, powerboats, sailboats, excursion  crafts, kayaks, and rowboats parade through Bayfield’s City Harbor. As they pass by the tip of the pier, clergy from the Apostle Islands community will grant each vessel a blessing for safe passage and a prosperous season on Lake Superior. All boats in the Chequamegon Bay area are invited to participate. The service begins at 1pm in Memorial Park. 2 Rittenhouse Avenue, Bayfield. From there, the clergy proceeds to the City Dock to begin the Blessing of the fleet. All are welcome at this event. Boaters with questions concerning participation in this historic parade should contact the Bayfield Chamber and Visitor Bureau at (715) 779-3335.
  • 06/02/2024
    Upper 13 league Baseball Game- Grand View Tigers vs Merchants at 1:30pm at Pufall Field.
  • 06/02/2024
    Ashland High School Class of 2023 Graduation, 2pm.
  • 06/02/2024
    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 Moss Creek.
  • 06/03/2024
    The 15th Annual Northern Native Plant Sale will take place at the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute at Northland College in Ashland. 9am-1pm. All plants are compassionately grown by Bayfield Regency Conservancy member Becky Brown at her Wildflower Woods greenhouse outside of Washburn, WI and tended by her and BRC volunteers. All seeds are collected from within 50 miles of Becky’s greenhouse and all proceeds benefit BRC’s conservation efforts in Northwestern Wisconsin. 1411 Ellis Ave S.
  • 06/03/2024
    Northwood Technical College presents: Express Mondays. 3-6pm. Visit Ashland Student Services to learn about different programs, get a tour of campus, apply, complete your admissions meeting, or even register for fall classes. Student Services at Northwood Tech’s Ashland campus will have evening hours one Monday a month throughout the summer. Stop in to see how we can help you take the next step! 2100 Beaser Ave. For more information call 715-685-3026.
  • 06/04/2024
    Taylormade Fitting Demo Day at Chequamegon Bay Golf Club, 3000 Golf Course Rd, Ashland. 11am-3pm. For more information, call 715-682-8004.
  • 06/04/2024
    Save the Date! Ashland County’s 29th Annual Cleansweep Hazardous Materials Collection, Northland College 1411 Ellis Ave., 2-6pm.  Ashland County residents, businesses, farms, and schools can bring toxic and hazardous products to this event. Most can be disposed of at no charge, although some items (fluorescent light bulbs, batteries) charge a small fee.  Check the web site for more information about what materials are and aren’t accepted. Farms and businesses need to pre-register by calling Northwest Regional Planning Commission at 715-635-2197.  Help keep dangerous products and chemicals out of our local waterways and landfills by disposing of them safely at this event! Residents of neighboring counties can participate in Ashland County.   Also accepted are controlled medications and prescriptions, and over the counter medications. For more information contact Lissa Radke, Ashland County US Extension at 715-682-7017.
  • 06/06-08/2024
    Plein Air of Washburn Festival or PAW Festival. Featuring outdoor demonstrations and open-air painting sessions in various local landscapes, the Plein Air of Washburn Festival is a non-competitive and community-building painting festival that welcomes artists of all levels to learn, collaborate, and share their plein air experiences and knowledges. Some of the activities  include afternoon and evening social paint sessions outdoors as well as a Family Paint Session. There will be light refreshments too! Free to attend! For more information call 715-373-5591 or click here.
  • 06/06/2024
    Garlic Mustard Pulling Party: Want to help our community and learn a bit too? Join us in the backyard of Velō Cafe in Cable to help pull invasive garlic mustard plants. Representatives from the Northwoods Cooperative Weed Management Area will be available to answer questions about treatment of garlic mustard and other invasive plants. Pulling takes place between 10am-12pm. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 06/06/2024
    Veterans D-Day Commemoration. 80 years since D-day. 5:30pm at the Chequamegon Veterans Center. 211 6th St. W. Jason Janecek and Walter Gurske will be presenting the history of D-Day and sharing how local families had an impact.
  • 06/06/2024
    Friends of Copper Falls State Park. Join us on New Moon Night Walk and enjoy night skies in the park! Meet at the park contact station at 8 pm. We will visit 6-8 sites throughout the park where our night light quality measurements will be taken in preparation for Dark Skies Designation for Copper Falls! Our walk will be minimally invasive to the nocturnal landscape and wildlife during this critical spring nesting/mating season. We will walk quietly in open spaces, not disturbing the landscape with noise or unnecessary artificial light. Bring your red headlights/flashlights and binoculars. You may also want to take photographs of the star features, horizons, and light domes over Mellen and Cozy Valley. Hope to see you there! 36764 Copper Falls Rd, Mellen.
  • 06/07-09/2024
    Iron River Community-Wide Wide Yard & Sidewalk Sales. 9am-5pm. Iron River, WI. For more information call 715-372-8558.
  • 06/07/2024
    4th Annual New Day Advocacy Center Grip It & Rip It Golf Tournament & Raffle.  9am registration, 10am start. 4 person scramble. It’s time to tee off in style at our totally tubular 80’s theme costume contest! Registration includes bagged lunch, 18 holes with golf cart, costume contest, $50,000 hole in one contest, and more! For more information or to purchase a golf or meal ticket visit www.ndshelter.org or call 715-682-9566. 3000 Golf Course Rd.
  • 06/07/2024
    Trinity will be hosting a Save the Date Vacation Bible School Garden Party. 4:30pm. We will be presenting the account of the Weeds and the Wheat found in Matthew 13. There will be a craft, music and an opportunity to register for VBS. There will also be the opportunity for you and your children to plant in our garden and come back to VBS to see your plant’s progress. We can’t wait to share our Savior with you.  701 Vaughn Ave. For more information call or text 715-495-7338.
  • 06/07/2024
    Upper 13 league Baseball Game- Iron City Miners (Mellen) vs Merchants at 7pm at Pufall Field.
  • 06/07/2024
    JD Bass Glow Party at Legendary Resort and Casino 9pm-12am. 37600 Onigamiing Dr, Bayfield.
  • 06/08/2024
    Lupine Festival in Cornucopia! 8am-5pm. Town wide rummage sale, Farm Store sales & food specials, Corny Coffee specials, live music on the deck, Silver Sage Farm Plant Sale, Heather Szarkea Photography, Adventrue Us, Patty Carelson Jewelry, and an art workshop at the Corny Community Center with Krishna Paterson. Pop up vendors at Ehler’s and Ehler’s Store sales, Harbor shops will be open. Grand opening of the Corny Fish Shed. Make your own mini Lupine bouquet with Lost Creek Adventures! Come Celebrate Spring in Cornucopia! To reserve a spot in town to have your rummage sale go to https://visitcornucopia.com/events/lupine-festival for more information or email: cornucopiabusiness@gmail.com and we will help you find a spot.
  • 06/08/2024
    Spring Clean Up – City of Ashland Residents Only.  Republic Services will provide dumpsters at the following locations:  11th Ave W between 3rd & 5th St 8am-1pm; Civic Center Parking lot-320 4th Ave W 8am-Noon; Stuntz Ave behind the old Ellis Fire Station 8am-Noon and Public Works Facility – 2020 6th St E 8am-1pm.  Examples of accepted items at the drop off sites: appliances with out Freon, non-food household garbage, mattresses, couches, recliners and old patio sets/umbrellas.  These items can be dropped off for a fee at the Republic Services Transfer Station, 405 Industrial Park Rd: Appliances with Freon $40, Tires $20/auto & pick up size; $30/large truck tires; electronics, fluorescent bulbs price vary on item.  Construction/demolition material$10/pickup $30 single or double axel trailer.  Please be advised that FREE items are only accepted at the listed locations and Free items are only accepted at the republic Services Transfer Station.  Questions call Ashland Public Works at 715-682-7061.
  • 06/08/2024
    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.
  • 06/08/2024
    Bayfield in Bloom Garden Tour, 10am-3pm.  Get up close and personal with the plants at some of Bayfield’s finest gardens.  Whether an amateur gardener or professional horticulturist, you are sure to enjoy these self guided walking tours.  Some homeowners and gardeners will be on hand to answer your questions.  Come gather design ideas or be inspired.  For more information contact 715-779-3335.
  • 06/08/2024
    Summer Reading Kickoff Carnival presented by the Vaughn Public Library. 10am-1pm. 502 Main St. W. Bounce House, face painting, lawn games, chalk the block, Bike rodeo with Ashland Fire Dept. & Ashland Parks & Rec. There will be a plant sale this year; a co-fundraiser with the Penokee Homeschool Group who did all the replanting! Registration opens 6/08 or register in person at the event. Call 715-682-7060 for more information.
  • 06/08/2024
    Ashland Parks and Rec presents: The City of Ashland Bike Rodeo, happening as part of the Vaughn Public Library’s Summer Reading Kick-off carnival from 10am-Noon! Helmets for all ages of kids and adults will be given away and kids can practice their biking/street skills on the bike skills course.
  • 06/08/2024
    White Winter Winery’s Music on the Porch with James Shafstall. James is a composer, guitar player, vocalist from Washburn, Wisconsin singing an entertaining mix of blues, jazz, fusion, rock, folk, some country in a blend of original compositions and unique arrangements of classics. 2-5pm. 68323 Lea St A, Iron River.
  • 06/08/2024
    ABC Raceway Fastlane Motorsports Super Stock Series Round #2: 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.
  • 06/09/2024
    Summer Kickoff Carnival benefiting the Chequamegon Pregnancy Center. Join us at Prentice Park in Ashland from 11am-4pm for a fun summer kickoff carnival.  Enjoy raffles, pie tasting, carnival games, inflatables, dunk tank, petting zoo, and more! or more information call 715-682-1125.
  • 06/09/2024
    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 Bentley and the Deal.
  • 06/10/2024
    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!
  • 06/10/2024
    North Coast Cruise In. Cars, Truck & Motorcycles.  6-8pm at Harbor Table, 130 W Harborview Dr, Washburn. (Canceled if it rains.)Food & drinks available in the bar. No entry fee. Music sponsored by Washburn Hardware & Sport. Peoples Choice trophy sponsored by Harbor Table. Spectators come and vote for your favorite vehicle. For more information call Ron at 715-373-2030 or Tim 715-209-0012.
  • 06/10-14/2024
    Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will be hosting a VBS (Vacation Bible School) once again in summer of 2024! Monday – Friday. The VBS program will go from 9AM – 12PM, with lunch to follow. This year, our theme is Camp Firelight: A Summer Camp Adventure with God.  Ages finished 4K – 6th grade. Reserve your spot now! 311 13th St. W. You can sign up at goodshepherdashland.com.
  • 06/12/2024
    Chequamegon Food Co-op hosts a Spring Foraging Walk with Alex Peterman. Participants will learn to identify, harvest, and eat a variety of wild plants in a safe and sustainable(and fun!) way. This class will take place outdoors and on the move.  9-11am. $15. For more information call 715-682-8251. 700 Main Street West. Register here. 
  • 06/12/2024
    JD Bass Karoke Night at the Alley 8pm. 806 Main St W.
  • 06/13/2024
    Indoor Movie Thursday: Jumanji at the Vaughn Public Library. 1-3pm  Garland Room 2nd Floor. Enjoy Free popcorn provided by Ashland Bay Cinema! Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. 502 Main St W. For more information call 715-682-7060.
  • 06/13/2024
    The 32nd Annual Chequamegon Chefs Exhibition Gala (June 13) will feature the area’s best restaurants, Chefs and their culinary creations! Bell Street Tavern hosts this year and at 6pm the Exhibition opens for tasting!! Music, good food, and good vibes. Cory Carlson is our musical guest. Tickets are $45.00, (credit cards are accepted at the Madeline Island Chamber of Commerce, or call 715-747-2801).  Please purchase your tickets in advance! If the event is not sold out by event date, then tickets will also be available at the door. Tickets will be available at Madeline Island Chamber of Commerce, Madeline Island Ferry Line, Bayfield Inn, and Bayfield and Ashland Chamber of Commerce. Call 715-747-2801 to order by credit card.
  • 06/13/2024
    Concert at the Mesang Band Shell, on Hwy 2 in Ashland, The Whitecaps. 7pm. Free and open to the public. Questions email chulmer79@gmail.com
  • 06/14/2024
    Flag Day Program at the Chequamegon Vets Center. 211 6th Street West, west of the Kwik Trip on Ellis Ave.  Program includes History of the Flag and flag raising at 11am provided by the Boy Scouts and Elks Lodge #137 in conjunction with the Chequamegon Vets.
  • 06/14/2024
    Golf: Fore the Greater Good. A tournament to the Apostle Islands and Chequamegon Bay Area Community Funds. 10am. Chequamegon Bay Golf Club. 3000 Golf Course Rd. For more information Click here to register.
  • 06/14/2024
    Copper Falls State Park: Firefly Storytelling Hour!! This summer the Firefly storytelling hour moves to a regular schedule on the second Friday of each month at 5:30 pm! Firefly participants can hear exciting nature stories or offer to share their own story around the campfire. Authors and poets are invited to participate. Join the Friends of Copper Falls and master storyteller Jeff Wilson, retired DNR Wildlife Technician. 36764 Copper Falls Rd, Mellen.
  • 06/14/2024
    Vaughn Public Library: North Country Trivia 6-7:30pm on the second floor of the library. Local(ish) Geography and History and fun-facts and more! Teams of up to 4. Fabulous prizes for winners! 502 Main St. West. For more information call 715-682-7060.
  • 06/14/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents New First Night with Blue Canvas Orchestra. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 06/14-16 & 20-23/2024
    Chequamegon Theatre Association presents: Sleeping Bear. Set in 1990s Michigan, Sleeping Bear is a comedic drama centered around workers at a lakeside resort . All Evening shows are 7pm. Sunday Matinee 2pm. 210 5th Ave. E. Visit www.ctatheatre.org
  • 06/15/2024
    Apostle Islands Inline Marathon & ALMT Half-Marathon and Mad Skate, Madeline Island. For more information, call 715-682-2500, or click here to visit the website.
  • 06/15/2024
    Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Ashland Team Court Manor Fundraiser GARAGE SALE!  8am-12noon at Court Manor Services, 911 3rd Street West.
  • 06/15/2024
    The Washburn City-wide Garage Sale is an annual event that takes place each year on the Saturday before Fathers Day from 8am-2pm. Each location on the map is an official participant and will have a Washburn sale sign in the yard. Garage sale maps can be picked up at the Chamber office starting on June 14th. We will create a Google map with all the locations and descriptions as well which you can view on your phone. For questions about this event please email Nicole or call her at 715-373-5017.
  • 06/15/2024
    Legendary Waters Resort and Casino’s 3rd annual Legendary BBQ Battle 9am. Classic Car Show, live music, barbers on site and cornhole tourneys. For more information call 715-779-3712 or visit https://legendarywaters.com/bbq-battle/. 37600 Onigamiing Drive, Red Cliff.
  • 06/15/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Nature Fest! Join us for fun and learning at the Cable Natural History Museum from 10am-12pm! Wisconsin Master Naturalist Volunteers will be eager to share their new nature knowledge. Hands-on activities! Games! Fun for kids, adults, and the whole family! Donations welcome. For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 06/15/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum Golf Classic: Play in the Museum’s annual 18-hole scramble tournament to benefit the Cable Natural History Museum. 11am-4:30pm. Held on private local courses, this event includes lunch prior to golf and wraps up with refreshments, prizes, and awards. Space is limited. Call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 to register or click here to register. 13470 County Highway M, Cable.
  • 06/15/2024
    Northwest Wisconsin Cancer Center (NWCC) presents Raffle for a Cause. 11am-7pm. Walking Tacos, Tetzners ice cream bars and root beer for sale. 50/50 raffles, bucket raffles and games.  100% of proceeds support those going through cancer treatment at NWCC. Live music: Little Way 4-7pm. Raffle drawings at 5pm. Outside in the north parking lot. 1615 Maple Ln. For more information call Amanda McKuen 715-685-5276.
  • 06/15/2024
    Cornhole Tournament fundraiser for the Ashland High School Girls Softball Team at the Bay Area Civic Center at Noon. 320 Depot Dr. All Skill Levels Welcome.  Bring your own partner (and bags if you have them, there will be a few extra sets to use if you don’t) , a Chinese Raffle, 50/50 Raffle, and Food for purchase made by the Ashland Lion’s Club. There some amazing raffle prizes, like a custom set of cornhole boards locally made, and Professional ACL Bags donated and signed by ACL Pro Adam Hissner!!!  Come on out and let’s have some fun!
  • 06/15/2024
    Flourish: Create your own Moss planter 2-4pm $30. This class will include learning how to moss your own basket, picking out your plants to put in it and then planting yourself a beautiful arrangement. These can be used as a hanging basket or sit right on the patio. The price for class is $30 which includes your instruction, your wire cage (these are large 14” baskets) the moss and the dirt. The plants you pick will vary in price and can be paid for at the end of class. Register here. 1314 Lake Shore Drive, Suite 2. For more information call 715-563-0323.
  • 06/15/2024
    White Winter Winery’s Music on the Porch withTom Wotruba. Tom is a guitar slinging Troubadour, playing a wide range of songs, from early finger style blues to modern rock and original music, bluegrass, jazz and country. Tom truly loves the songs that he plays and it shows in his performance! He is a must see for all music lovers!! 2-5pm. 68323 Lea St A, Iron River.
  • 06/15/2024
    Pine Point celebrates 10 years with live music, free food, games and raffles from 5-9pm.  10775 Pine Point Rd, Iron River. For more information call 715-372-8711.
  • 06/15/2024
    ABC Raceway Fastlane Motorsports WIMI Teacher Appreciation Night: 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.
  • 06/15/2024
    Copper Falls State Park: Family friendly workshop 5:30pm followed by the Summit Players Theatre presents Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”  7 -8:30pm. Penokee Sundaes will be for sale following the performance. ($5). 36764 Copper Falls Rd, Mellen.
  • 06/15/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Dessa w/Aby Wolf & Eric Mayson. Dance Alert. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 06/15/2024
    Sock hop at The Alley. 8-11 pm. Dance alert! Loosen up and Dance it up! Music by JD Bass. Awards for best dressed and much more! 806 Main St W.
  • 06/15-16/2024
    South Shore Lions will be having their 41st Annual Father’s Day Weekend Fishing Contest. Port Wing Harbor, Port Wing. Cash Prizes. Fundraising raffle. Grand prize Yeti Cooler! $30 pp. Children 15 and under are FREE! For more information or to get tickets contact Colleen comsy3@gmail.com. Saturday 6am-6pm; Sunday 6am-3pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/951913623304774
  • 06/16/2024
    Copper Falls Pancakes in the Park 8:30am-12Noon.  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.  Other Pancakes in the Park dates July 21, Aug 18. 36764 Copper Falls Rd, Mellen.
  • 06/16/2024
    Copper Falls State Park: Explore the Naturalist Cabin. 12Noon-2pm. Get to know the mysteries of nature with the park’s naturalist, share your observations, and explore the cabin’s family friendly fun. 36764 Copper Falls Rd, Mellen.
  • 06/16/2024
    Upper 13 league Baseball Game- Lake Superior Sea Dogs vs Merchants at 1:30pm at Pufall Field.
  • 06/16/2024
    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.
  • 06/16/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents; Riding the Wind. 1pm. Essentia Health FREE Family Matinee, No charge, no tickets needed. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information www.bigtop.org.
  • 06/18/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Beautiful Birds – 10am-12pm. Grab your binoculars and go on a birding adventure! 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 Beautiful Birds . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 06/18/2024
    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.
  • 06/18/2024
    Sean and Ian Okamoto Concert by the Lake at Memorial Park. 7pm. 2 Rittenhouse Ave, Bayfield.
  • 06/19/2024
    Science on Tap at the Alley is back! Starting at 6:30pm. The Superior Rivers Watershed Association is hosting Ashland’s beloved Science on Tap! Every 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Alley in Ashland. Free and open to the public. Science on Tap is an opportunity for the community to hear about regional and relevant science from scientists themselves. This month’s speaker is Heather Wisner, First Responder & K-9 Hander. She will be talking about K-9 Forensics. Enjoy a beer, coffee, or good company as you listen to a 30-45 minute presentation. 806 Main St W. Visit: www.superiorrivers.org/science-on-tap/
  • 06/19/2024
    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.
  • 06/19/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Color Crazy – 10 am-12pm. Explore colors and patterns 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 Color Me Crazy . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 06/19/2024
    Bayfield Summer Concerts at Bayfield Maritime Museum at 5:30pm – Apostle Islands Heritage in Music. Original songs of Bayfield’s maritime history are performed  by Wisconsin Humanities Award winner Warren Nelson and his Big Top friends in the setting of carefully preserved artifacts from the storied lighthouses and ships. 131 S 1st St, Bayfield. https://www.warrennelson.com/
  • 06/19/2024
    JD Bass Karoke Night at the Alley 8pm. 806 Main St W.
  • 06/20/2024
    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.
  • 06/20/2024
    Concert at Otis Park, 517 Main St. W. in Ashland, Idle Rose. 7pm. Free and open to the public. Bring your own chair. Questions email chulmer79@gmail.com
  • 06/20/2024
    Sasha Mercedes Concert by the Lake at Memorial Park. 7pm. 2 Rittenhouse Ave, Bayfield.
  • 06/20-23/2024
    Chequamegon Theatre Association presents: Sleeping Bear. Set in 1990s Michigan, Sleeping Bear is a comedic drama centered around workers at a lakeside resort . All Evening shows are 7pm. Sunday Matinee 2pm. 210 5th Ave. E. Visit www.ctatheatre.org
  • 06/21/2024
    Oredocker Golf Scramble,  Chequamegon Bay Golf Club, 3000 Golf Course Rd. 9am-golf. Get your friends together for a team in the golf scramble. 4-person teams golfing 18 holes! Team cost of $360 includes opportunities to win a prize on every hole for each team member. For more information and fees, email oredockerfoundation@gmail.com or follow Oredocker Foundation on Facebook Click here to get tickets. The Hall of Fame and Golf Scramble are the Oredocker Foundation’s main fundraisers. Money raised helps supplement the school budget when funds aren’t available for any sort of school activity. All money raised goes back to help the students of the school district in some manner. Please consider getting a golf team together and/or attending the HOF dinner. Every par 3 at the course has a hole in one prize.
  • 06/21/2024
    Athletic Hall of Fame induction hosted by the Oredocker Foundation at the Bay Area Civic Center is the Ashland. Inductees are:  Marty Ketchem Pendarvis, David Kontny & Jerry Pratt.  Doors open at 5:30pm. Tickets are $40 dollars for dinner and the ceremony. There will be a fundraiser raffle too. For more information and fees, email oredockerfoundation@gmail.com or follow Oredocker Foundation on Facebook. Click here to get tickets. The Hall of Fame and Golf Scramble are the Oredocker Foundation’s main fundraisers. Money raised helps supplement the school budget when funds aren’t available for any sort of school activity. All money raised goes back to help the students of the school district in some manner. Please consider getting a golf team together and/or attending the HOF dinner. Every par 3 at the course has a hole in one prize.
  • 06/21/2024
    Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference. The annual Northwest Wisconsin Lakes Conference offers information about current issues, lake science, and brings together people interested in protecting lake, river, and watershed health. The event offers a day long educational forum to learn more about Northwoods’ lakes and rivers, the wildlife that depend upon them, and their long-term resiliency in a changing climate with keynote speaker Tom Fritz. 9am-3:45pm. Register by June 14. The conference will be held at the Spooner High School, located at 801 County Highway “A”. Cost is $45 (including snacks and lunch) or a reduced $10 registration for students. To learn more or register, view the agenda, or contact organizers for more information, visit https://nwwislakesconference.org. For assistance with online registration, contact Jennifer Farrell at 715-483-3300 or email her at jhfarrell@wildriversconservancy.org.
  • 06/21/2024
    Deep Water Grille is hosting a Brewmaster’s Dinner! Doors open at 5:30pm. Cash bar until 6pm. Dinner at 6pm with a 5 course meal. $55 per person or $100 per pair. For questions call 715-682-4200. 808 Main St W.
  • 06/21/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents:  Umphrey’s McGee. Dance Alert. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 06/22/2024
    Camba Chequamegon 100. One of the Midwest’s most iconic mountain bike endurance races, the Chequamegon 100, traveling along the singletrack of the Sawyer and Bayfield County Forests and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. This race celebrates our CAMBA Trail System! Register here. First race starts at 7am. Hayward.
  • 06/22/2024
    Superior Vistas Bike Tour, Thompson’s West End Park, 300 W. 8th Ave., Washburn. This is a ride, not a race, geared toward both families and individual cyclists. Novice and experienced bicyclists will ride a scenic mix of paved roads past farmland, forest, lakes, gently rolling hills, vistas and views of Lake Superior.  Distances of 13, 19, 34, 40, 52, 70 & 100.  New this year 2 Fat Bike Routes. The ride will be fully supported with food and beverage stops en route and at the finish with support vehicles. Fun, friends and food is our motto! For a registration form, visit www.superiorvistas.org. Call the Washburn Chamber of Commerce at 715-373-5017 for more information.
  • 06/22/2024
    Vaughn Public Library hosts a Smash Bros. Event 10am under 18 bracket; 12pm over 18 bracket. 502 Main St W. For more information call 715-682-7060.
  • 06/22/2024
    Dandelion Days – Music, Art & Ecology Festival at Legion Park 10am-5pm. Bayfield Farmer’s Market after party 6pm at Adventure Club Brewing. 35265 S Co Hwy J. Zero waste event; Please bring your own water bottles, dishes, utensils, shopping bags, etc. Walking, biking and carpooling is encouraged.
  • 06/22/2024
    White Winter Winery’s Music on the Porch with Russ & Lisa. It’s a great day to relax, have a glass of mead and listen to local favorites Russ & Lisa! 2-5pm. 68323 Lea St A, Iron River.
  • 06/22/2024
    ABC Raceway Fastlane Motorsports Community Night Racing for a Reason presented by Northern Clearing Inc.: 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
  • 06/22/2024
    The Black Cat presents: Joel Glickman Live. 7-9pm. Black Cat back patio. 211 Chapple Ave, Ashland.
  • 06/22/2024
    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 Lady Keys & Friends.
  • 06/22/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Songs & Stories of the Anishinaabe. Essentia Health FREE Family Matinee, no charge, no tickets needed.  1pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information www.bigtop.org.
  • 06/22/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Laughing Fox & Friends with Blue Canvas Orchestra. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 06/22/2024
    The Black Cat presents: Eric Schubring. Stop in for a cocktail and story during this Sunday brunch show! Eric is an accomplished folk musician and storyteller and always worth a listen! 11am-2pm. 211 Chapple Ave, Ashland.
  • 06/23/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band All The Good Times – Farewell Tour with Sam Stoane. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 06/24-27/2024
    Lumberjacks Youth Basketball Summer Camps. 1st-5th grade. 9am-Noon. Camps are open to boys & girls – entering grades in fall 2024. For more information click here.
  • 06/24-28/2024
    Vacation Bible School! Salem Church of Ashland and Grace Bible Fellowship of Washburn have partnered to host a summer Vacation Bible School. It will be held at Salem Church, 400 Salem Dr., Monday-Friday, 9am to Noon each day. We welcome all children ages 4 to those who are finishing 6th grade in the 2023-2024 school year to join us. At VBS kids will learn more about God and a life of faith. Your children will “sail along” on a fun jungle cruise, stopping at 7 ports of call. They’ll learn about God’s heart for the world and how to connect the Bible to their everyday life. Prepare to swing into fun as we head out on The Great Jungle Journey! Register now at salemashland.myanswers.com
  • 06/24-28/2024
    Junior Golf Camp. 3000 Golf Course Rd. For more information call 715-682-8004.
  • 06/25/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Northwoods Botany – 10am to noon: Be a botanist for a day and discover the coolest plants 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 Northwoods Botany . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org
  • 06/25/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Little Naturalists Program: Five Senses. Discover nature with all your senses! 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. Click here to register.  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.
  • 06/25/2024
    NWCC of Tamarack Health in collaboration with Essentia Health hosts a Cancer Support Group at Ashland Vaughn Public Library, second floor, Garland meeting room, 502 Main St. W. 11am-12pm. Providing opportunities for shared experiences. To educate by providing guest speakers that will talk about cancer related topics. For adults diagnosed with cancer, caregivers, and loved ones impacted by cancer. Please RSVP in advance by calling Laura Martinsen 715-685-5004.
  • 06/25/2024
    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.
  • 06/25/2024
    JD Bass Concert by the Lake at Memorial Park. 7pm. 2 Rittenhouse Ave, Bayfield.
  • 06/26/2024
    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 Rd, Cable.
  • 06/26/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum presents: Lake Ecology: Master Naturalist Advanced Training; Join Northland College professor Peter Levi to discover the depths of lake ecology, and the new buoys just installed in Lake Namakagon! Meet at the Forest Lodge Estate at 9am and finish at 2pm at the Namekagon River. You don’t have to be a certified Master Naturalist to participate! Any adult learners are welcome. Space is limited. Register by June 19.  $35 member/$40 non-member. For more information or to register call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org. 22230 Garmisch Rd., Cable.
  • 06/26/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Junior Naturalist Program: Scatology – 10am – noon; Study the science of what animals leave behind. Learn how to identify scat and discover what these clues can tell us! 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 Scatology . For more information call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org .
  • 06/26/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum: Discover nature with all your senses! 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. 10788 WI-27 #77, Hayward. Donations welcome! Click here to register.  For more information or to register call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or visit www.cablemuseum.org 
  • 06/26/2024
    Join Landmark Conservancy for monthly Tyler Forks trail work day. 10am-3pm. This event is scheduled monthly the last Wed. of the month from April-October  Help us maintain and improve our network of hiking trails on this 590 acre forested preserve.  Meet at Tyler Forks Community Forest, 37475 WI-169, Mellen.  Free registration is required. Visit Tyler Forks Monthly Workday – Landmark Conservancy (landmarkwi.org)
  • 06/26/2024
    Vaughn Public Library Summer Lecture Series at Pearson Plaza. 7pm. For more information call 715-682-7060.
  • 06/26/2024
    Bayfield Summer Concerts; A Celebration of Chippewa Music and Legend: 5:30 pm. Red Cliff Flutist and storyteller Michael Charette and Mashkiiziibii (Bad River)  and Red Cliff singers, dancers, and drummers return to share their love of thousands of years of Anishinaabe traditional culture and teachings through song and dance in an unforgettable performance. Free will offerings  ($10 suggested) are gratefully received at the door. Bayfield Presbyterian Church. 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield. https://talesoflaughingfox.wixsite.com/talesoflaughingfox
  • 06/26/2024
    JD Bass Karoke Night at the Alley 8pm. 806 Main St W.
  • 06/27/2024
    Cable Natural History Museum presents: Loon Pontoon Tour on the Chippewa Flowage; Learn about the natural history of common loons with a Cable Natural History Museum naturalist while we tour Wisconsin’s third-largest lake on a pontoon boat and observe artificial nesting platforms built for loons. Meet at Treeland Resort at 9:30am and return by 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.
  • 06/27/2024
    It’s time to roll up your sleeves! Memorial Blood Centers has declared a blood emergency. Donors are needed! You can donate at Chequamegon Food Co-op. 11:30am-5:30pm. 700 Main St. W. Schedule Here- this link works.
  • 06/27/2024
    ABC Raceway Farm Stock Special presented by White River Ag Products: 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.
  • 06/27/2024
    Concert at H Pearson Plaza, 610 Lake Shore Dr. W. in Ashland, Chequamegon Bay People’s Orchestra. 7pm. Free and open to the public. Bring your own chair. Questions email chulmer79@gmail.com
  • 06/27/2024
    JD Bass Concert by the Lake at Memorial Park. 7pm. 2 Rittenhouse Ave, Bayfield.
  • 06/27/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents Hwy 61 Revisited: A Bob Dylan Retrospective. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information or to get tickets www.bigtop.org.
  • 06/28/2024
    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.
  • 06/28/2024
    The Black Cat presents: Baba Fats Live. 7-10pm. 211 Chapple Ave, Ashland.
  • 06/28/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents: Lorrie Morgan-The Ruby Anniversary Tour 2024 with Morgan Spears. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 06/28/2024
    JD Bass Karoke at Little Nikki’s. 7:30pm. 88540 Superior St, Cornucopia.
  • 06/28-30/2024
    Stipes Carnival on Depot Drive and the Bay Area Civic Center Parking lot. 320 Depot Dr.
  • 06/29/2024
    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
  • 06/29/2024
    Chequamegon Vets Brat Fry at Taste of Wisconsin, 420 Lake Shore Dr West, 9:30am-4pm.  Monies raised will be split between The BRICK, the New Day Advocacy Center and the Ashland Pregnancy Center.  Questions call 715-209-6360.
  • 06/29/2024
    Vaughn Public Library Bike Scavenger Hunt in partnership with Bay City Cycles. For more information call 715-682-7060. 502 Main St. W.
  • 06/29/2024
    Community Appreciation Day at Daryl Jolma State Farm,  11am-4pm.  Come join them for a community picnic!  they’ll be serving delicious brats, chips, cotton candy and more.  Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy some great food and company.  Hope to see you there!  2022 Lake Shore Dr. East, Ashland.
  • 06/29/2024
    White Winter Winery’s Music on the Porch Jordan Grunow. Jordan brings songs that show beauty in the tough times, possible redemption. Songs that make you think “Wow, I forgot that great nugget “ in a simple direct manner. 2-5pm. 68323 Lea St A, Iron River.
  • 06/29/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents:  Watchhouse & Charlie Parr. 7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
  • 06/29-30/2024
    Mason Days, in the village of Mason. Two days of family fun in Mason, WI! Come and enjoy live music by New Legacy, Sunday 10am, food, a parade, Donkey Baseball, Consignment Auction, Northern Aged Iron Tractor Pull, fireworks and more! Click here for the full schedule of events or go to  Mason Days – Mason, WI | Facebook
  • 06/30/2024
    Mason Day concert featuring New Legacy, a Bluegrass band, at the Mason Depot. 10am. There is no charge, a free will offering will be taken. Contact Dave at 715-413-0068 with questions.
  • 06/30/2024
    Chequamegon Dairy Day. 10am-2pm. To be held at Sunshine’s Agricultural Farm Experience, Mellen. More details coming soon!
  • 06/30/2024
    The Black Cat presents: David Knudten. Sunday Brunch!! David is best described as “part folky, part bluesy, part slack and slide” His influences range from the timeless ballads of the British Isles to  the rich blues of the Mississippi delta, and the work of musical heroes  such as Stan Rogers, John Gorka, Lori McKenna, Jason Isbell, and James  Taylor.11am-2pm. 211 Chapple Ave.
  • 06/30/2024
    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 Andy’s Rainbow of Blues.
  • 06/30/2024
    Big Top Chautauqua presents:  Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway.7:30pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org

2023 Events

 

  • 06/26/2023
    The 132D Army Band of the Wisconsin National Guard will be performing at the Mesang Bandshell at 7pm. The Army National Guard’s 132D Army Band keeps the traditions alive and thriving with approximately 40 citizen-Soldier-musicians who travel the state, the country, and even the world with a variety of music. A descendant of the Army Guard’s famed 32nd “Red Arrow” Division bands of World War I and World War II, today’s 132D Army Band is an exceptional band of outstanding musicians.  The band features at the Inaugurations of Wisconsin governors, supports military customs and ceremonies, and performs community outreach throughout the state of Wisconsin through music. Previously, the 132D has provided honors for the President of the United States, commissioned the battleship USS Wisconsin, performed with the Milwaukee and Beloit/Janesville Symphony Orchestras, commemorated the fiftieth anniversary of the Wisconsin Guard’s World War II service in Australia, welcomed home each of the Wisconsin Guard’s Desert Storm units, and played for military ceremonies and public performances in Germany and Hawaii, and Oklahoma. Members of the 132D Army Band include professional civilian musicians, from educators and performers to students. However, many represent an array of civilian professions in their hometowns throughout Wisconsin and nearby states.  When they come together as the 132D Army Band, they’re all musicians in one of the finest military bands in the Nation.

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