Calendar » OCTOBER 2018

  • Ashland High School Sports Schedule

  • Northland College Sports Schedule
  • Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center. Lots to do and see at the Center. Walking Trail, Exhibits and Scenic Tower. Check out their website for a complete schedule of events and happenings for the whole family.
  • Vaughn Public Library – It’s not just books anymore. Check out their website for a complete schedule of events and happenings for the whole family.
  • Washburn Cultural Center, 1 E. Bayfield St., Washburn, presents CBAC’s Member Show “The Gathering.” Opening reception on October 4 from 5-7pm. Open For more information, 715-373-5591.
  • Sunday Fat Bike Adventure Safari Rides at 1pm. NCCA sponsored weekly rides. Meeting locations will be announced via Facebook and email. Possible locations include: North Coast Coffee or Coco Cafe in Washburn or Big Water Coffee or The Fat Radish in Bayfield, etc. Bikes with 3.5″ tires or wider are highly recommended. No registration. Everyone welcome. Riders are asked to submit their email or contact information to John Murphy at murph007swat@gmail.com or call 715-209-8169 to receive weekly updates.
  • Bad River Lodge and Casino presents, “Night Owl Bonus Points” every Sunday Night, from 12am-8am. 2X Points. For more information, call 715-682-7121 or visit www.badriver.com.
  • Casual Group Ride on Monday nights at 6pm. Meet at Bay City Cycles, 412 W Main St. Bike needed, or rentals are available at Bay City Cycles (please arrive early to do so). Helmets required. Sponsored by Bay City Cycles and North Coast Cycling Association. For more information, call 715-682-2091 or visit www.baycitycycles.com.
  • Bayfield Recreation Center Home School Swim, every Wednesday September 5- May 22, from 1-2:30pm. Walk In: Rec Center Members FREE. Non-members: $5/ child or $15/family. Enjoy open swimming with other Home School students and families. For more information, call 715-779-5408 or visit www.recreationandfitnessresources.org/bayfield-rec-center.
  • Bayfield Recreation Center Red Cross Swim Lessons, from October 22- November 16 every Mondays and Fridays (8 classes), Levels 1-5. Register online or call 715-779-5480 for availability.
  • Bad River Lodge and Casino presents, “Fall Fest Cash Drawings” every Friday in October, from 7-11pm. Total of $11,000. Fore more information, call 715-682-7121 or visit www.badriver.com.
  • Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze at Northern Bounty Farm – Opens Sept. 28th – October 27! Open Fridays 3-6pm and Saturdays 10-6pm.  Take a hay ride out to our u-pick patch or shop our pre-picked carving pumpkins, pie pumpkins, gourds and more! Hay pyramid, corn bin play area, petting farm, games, and photo ops! There’s fun for all ages! Ages 2 and under are free. 3-6 are $5 and 7+ are $7 – that price includes all activities, maze, and a pumpkin of your choice! We accept cash, card or WIC! Porta-potties and picnic area available. We are a small family farm and would love the support of our wonderful community! Follow signs from Highway 13 and Bass Lake Rd.Questions? 715-681-0022
  • White River Ag presents the Hay Pyramid and A-Mazing Corn Maze Every Sat. & Sun from September 29 thru October 28. 11am to Dark at 58330 Nelson Rd, Mason. Along with the Corn Maze there is Hay Pyramid with 4 slides, Hay wagon Ride, corn box, bowling, slides, duck races, water races, corn pit, and indoor and outdoor seating! Cost $8. For more information call 715-765-4591.
  • BINGO every Tuesday night, 7pm at Our Lady of the Lake Church, 106 n 2nd Ave East. Bingo is played in the basement and is open to the public. Excluding Holidays or during the Holy Week. For more information, call 715-682-7620.
  • 10/01/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “WI DNR Hunter Safety Class” from 6-9pm at Theater. Class dates: October 1, 2, 4, 15, 16. Class location will change for October 18 and Field day is October 21st. Students who have reached 11 or older may attend. No need to pre-register, but you will need a WI DNR Customer number by calling 1-888-936-7463. Cost is $10.
  • 10/03/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Fall Colors Hike to Juniper Rock Overlook”. Enjoy the fall colors while hiking on one of the Northwoods’ most beautiful trails. Meet Naturalist Haley Appleman at the Cable Natural History Museum at 9:00 a.m. to carpool to the Juniper Rock Overlook, a 2-mile round-trip hike with a sixty foot cliff overlooking the Chequamegon National Forest. Expect uneven trails, dress for the weather, and bring snacks and water. Return by noon. Register by October 2. Donations accepted. For more information, go to cablemuseum.org or call 715-798-3890.
  • 10/04/2018
    CBAC’s Fall Show: The Gathering Reception from 5-7pm at the Washburn Muesum and Cultural Center For more information visit  http://www.cbayarts.org/the-gathering—fall-show.html.
  • 10/05/2018
    United Dreams will be celebrating their 2nd Anniversary from 10am-6pm! 411 Main St W. Specials throughout the store, free gift with your purchase & snacks. For more information, call 715-682-2529.
  • 10/05/2018
    Cable Natural History Lodge presents, “Tavis’s Wild and Exotic Mushrooms”. Join local mushroom expert and grower Tavis Lynch to learn about our wild fungi. Meet at the Museum at 10:00 a.m. for a presentation, then carpool to nearby sites. Tavis will teach about proper mushroom collection techniques, identification tips, edibility, safety, and more. Pack your own sack lunch, but we’ll end the day back in Cable and Tavis will show you how to cook up some of our mushrooms for a group dinner. Plan to end around 7:30 p.m. Dress for the weather. Bring snacks and water. Space is limited. $45 member/$55 non-member. Register by October 1 by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 or go to cablemuseum.org.
  • 10/05/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Bay Area Film Society Film” from 7:30pm-9:30pm at the Theater. Film is “Three Identical Strangers”. For more information, visit www.bayareafilmsociety.org
  • 10/05-07/2018
    Bayfield Apple Festival, Bayfield. For more information, call 715-779-3335, or visit www.bayfield.org.
  • 10/05-07/2018
    Ericksons’ Orchard Applefest Weekend Events! Live music, hay rides, orchard maze, food vendors, art & craft vendors, pumpkins ready picked or you pick your own, apples ready picked or you pick your own, all varieties will be available in the store, along with Honey Crisp, Red Delicious, Pears, and carameled apples. Don’t forget the homemade apple cider! Through the viewing window, you can watch the apples being pressed into cider, then enjoy a sample! Also available inside the store are Muriel’s Apple Cider Donuts and lots of other tasty bakery. For more information, call 715-913-0717.
  • 10/05-07/2018
    Enjoy Bayfield’s Applefest with a visit to Hauser’s Superior View Farm! 86565 County Hwy J, Bayfield. Celebrating 110 years of operation, HAUSER’S is open at the orchard every day from 10-5 plus look for our stands on Rittenhouse Avenue in downtown Bayfield selling apples, cider, jams, apple butter, and warm apple pie sundaes!! Stop up at the farm on Saturday and Sunday (October 6 & 7), to enjoy the following activities! Join us to celebrate the 57th annual Bayfield Apple Festival! Pony rides for the kids, Hayrides through the Orchards, APFELHAUS CIDERY, FREE PARKING & SHUTTLES from the farm to and from downtown Bayfield, BBQ Pork sandwiches, brats, hot dogs, caramel apples, coffee, cider, soda, Hauser’s Fresh-pressed Apple Cider – by the glass or the jug, Homemade apple butter and jam samples, Caramel apples, Apple pies, Apple Bus Photo Stand, Fresh produce, Gifts in our 1928 Sears Roebuck barn store! HAUSER’S has been at them all—for five generations, since 1908! For more information call, 715-779-5404.
  • 10/05-07/2018
    Legendary Waters Resort and Casino would like you to come celebrate Bayfield Apple Festival with them! Legendary Buffets, apple-inspired desserts, park & ride shuttle to and from Bayfield and Casino, live entertainment! Most wanted on Friday from 9pm-1am. Hard Days Night on Saturday from 9pm-1am. Visit our booth to spin the wheel. Watch for our parade float Sunday afternoon! For more information, call 800-226-8478.
  • 10/06/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Snake Feeding”. Meet Emory and Digger, Cable Natural History Museum’s live snakes and watch them eat a mouse. Their breakfast starts at 10am. For more info go to cablemuseum.org.
  • 10/06/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, ” The Art of Natural Play”. Drop in at the Cable Natural History Museum with local artist Donna Post to create make-and-take nature crafts. All families welcome! Come find us from 11am to 1pm. Donations welcome. For more information, call 715-798-3890.
  • 10/06/2018
    Apple Fest Skate Camp from 11am-1pm. Join Damage Duluth Boardshop at the Bayfield Rec Center for this FREE program!  Demos, intro to skate, raffles!  Equipment provided and all ages welcome! For more information, call 715-779-5408.
  • 10/06-07/2018
    Annual Musky Tournament in Glidden at Roxy’s Bar & Grill. For more information, call 715-264-6900.
  • 10/07/2018
    Legendary Waters Resort and Casino presents, “Green Bay Tailgate Party” at 10am in the Casino Bar Lounge. $7 for 2 tap beers or 2 rail drinks, food and free shots of Apple Pucker with every Packer Touchdown Televised Pro Football Games. (They have the Sunday ticket). For more information, call 800-226-8478 or visit www.legendarywaters.com.
  • 10/07-13/2018
    University of Extension Educators in Ashland and Bayfield Counties presents,
    “Extension Week- Connecting the U to You!” For the complete list of all the programs, visit ashland.uwex.edu/2018/09/13/extension-week-connecting-the-u-to-you/
  • 10/08/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “How Extension Can Help Local Communities Thrive” from 10-11am. 29270 Co Hwy G, Ashland. Extension Week Series. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/08/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Working Effectively with Tribal Nations: Understanding Sovereignty, History and Context of Tribal Government” from 11am-12:30pm. 29270 Co Hwy G, Ashland. Presenter Judge James H. Schlender Jr. of LCO. Extension Week Series. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/08/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Recent Market Turmoil and the Future of Dairy Farming in Ashland/Bayfield Counties” from 1-2:30pm. 29270 Co Hwy G, Ashland Extension Week Series with presenter Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis at UW-Madison. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/08/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Renewable Energy: Updates and Next Steps” from 6-7:30pm. 29270 Co Hwy G, Ashland. Extension Week Series. For more more information, call 715-682-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/09/2018
    Northwest Wisconsin Business Service Team’s Webinar Series presents, “Building Capacity with Transitional Jobs” at 11am. To register visit www.nwwib.com.
  • 10/09/2018
    Homemade Pasta Making at the Chequamegon Food Co-op from 5:30-7:30pm. 700 W Main St. Learn hwo to make a basic pasta dough, shape it, cook it, and then eat it! Registration required. Cost is per person. Space is limited. Instructor: Chef Lars Dukowitz, Cooking with Lars. Cost: $20/$15 owner. Registration deadline is October 7th. Register at Customer Service or call 715-682-8251.
  • 10/09/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Kids and Screen Time: What Can Parents Do?” from 6-7:30pm at the Theatre. Extension Week Series. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/09/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Microplastics in our Great Lakes: A Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program” from 6-8pm at the Theatre. Extension Week Series. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/10/2018
    Chequamegon Food Co-op presents, “Wellness Wednesday” all day. 700 W Main St. Free. Stop by to learn more about local wellness products and services. Local wellness product makes and practitioners will be in-store throughout the day. Owners also receives 10% off wellness products. For more information, call 715-682-8251.
  • 10/10/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Communicating Across Generations” from 1-2:30pm. Extension Week Series with presenter Mary Pardee. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/10/2018
    Ballroom Dancing at the Bayfield Pavilion, from 6:15-8pm. With Lloyd Turner and Rosie Dreesen. Full Series: Rec Center Members $23. Non-Members $27.
    Walk In: $10. Program Punch Card: $79/10 Program Walk Ins. The class will consist of the basic step and a few variations of different ball room dances including Foxtrot, Rumba, Waltz, Tango, Night Club 2 Step and East Coast Swing. For more information, call 715-779-5408.
  • 10/10-11/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Pastels: Paint Flower Gardens with Diana Randolph. Use your own photos of lush flower gardens as inspiration as you create pastel paintings on paper. Layer pigment of dry pastel sticks (not oil) on paper, focusing on composition, color and texture.  The instructor will demonstrate various techniques of pastel painting including linear and sidestrokes on several types of paper. Practice exaggerating the center of interest (focal point) with more texture and contrasts of color to obtain a vivid painting. You’ll have the opportunity to view the Museum’s exhibit, “Bee Amazed,” about pollinators. All levels are welcome, though basic drawing experience is helpful. Please note: this class is being offered two days in a row. You may sign up for one or both. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Museum. Cost is $63 for both days or $31.50/one day. Participants may bring a sack lunch, or lunch may be ordered in class from the Brick House Café. There is a supply list for this class. To register please call WITC at 715-682-4591, ext. 3170.
  • 10/11/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Exploring Creative Housing Options for Seniors: Village Movement, Co-Hosting and Housing Co-ops!” from 2:30-3:45pm. Extension Week Series with special guest, Travis Johnson, Senior Cooperative Foundation. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/11/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, ” Rethinking Aging: Embracing Change” from 4-5:30pm. Extension Week Series with presenter Dr. Kristin Litzelam, US- Extension State Specialist in Family and Financial Well- being in Middle and Later Life. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/11/2018
    Cable Natural History Lodge presents, “Dinner Lecture: Adventures in Alaska! Park of the Wisconsin Science Festival”. Tundra, bees, and bears, oh my! Join Cable Natural History Museum Naturalist Emily Stone to hear about her summer sabbatical to Alaska. She met with scientists and naturalists to learn about their exciting work. Meet at 5:30 p.m. at the Rookery Pub. You may also join us for dinner and conversation after the presentation. $5 member/$10 non-member. Register by October 10 by calling 715-798-3890 or go to cablemuseum.org.
  • 10/11/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Is Your Well Well? Exploring Groundwater Quality in Wisconsin” from 6-7:30pm in the Multipurpose Room. Extension Week Series. Almost one million Wisconsin households have a private well for drinking water. But is well water safe? Join Kevin Masarik, Groundwater Education Specialist, Center for Watershed Science and Education, and Kelsey Prihoda, researcher, Lake Superior Research Institute at UW-Superior, as we go underground to see what’s in private well water in northern Wisconsin. What contaminants have been found in wells? What can we do to prevent contaminated groundwater? How often should you test your private well? We’ll answer these questions and a lot more about what’s in our wells. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/11/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Mushrooms Wild & Cultivated Program” from 6:30-8pm in the Theatre. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/12/2018
    Women into Networking. Lunch and learn every second Friday of every month. Guest speaker is Christa Grande from New Day Shelter. At the Chequamegon Food Co-op from 12-1pm. Cost is $10 and includes lunch (Cash or check payable to the Food Co-op). Limited space available. Must RSVP with name and phone number by calling/texting 906-364-9100 or through Facebook.
  • 10/12/2018
    Ashland Parks & Recreation “The Loose Caboose Kids’ Foot Race,” 1/2 or 1k foot race for children ages 4-11. Around Central Railyard Park behind the Bretting Community Center, 400 W. 4th Ave., at 5pm. Participants will receive a t-shirt and a train whistle. For more information, call 715-682-7059.
  • 10/12/2018
    WhistleStop Pasta Feed, 4:30pm-8pm, inside the Bay Area Civic Center. For more information, call 715-682-2500, or visit www.whistlestopmarathon.com.
  • 10/12/2018
    Bay Area Film Society presenting a film at the Bay Theatre at 5pm. For more information, visit www.bayareafilmsociety.org.
  • 10/12-13/2018
    21st Annual Memorial Medical Center Whistlestop Festival. Marathon & Half Marathon, Pasta Feed and the Blues and Brew’s Fest. Presented by the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce. For more information call 800-284-9484 or visit www.whistlestopmarathon.com.
  • 10/13/2018
    Chequamegon Bay Golf Club presents, “Tough Man-Warmer by the Lake” Golf Tournament from 8am-5pm.
  • 10/13/2018
    Cruisin’ the Corridor 5K & 10K race, 8am. For more information, call 715-682-2500, or visit www.whistlestopmarathon.com.
  • 10/13/2018
    21st Annual Memorial Medical Center Whistlestop Marathon & Half-Marathon. Starting at 8:30am. For more information, call 715-682-2500, or visit www.whistlestopmarathon.com.
  • 10/13/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Snake Feeding”. Meet Emory and Digger, Cable Natural History Museum’s live snakes and watch them eat a mouse. Their breakfast starts at 10am. For more info go to www.cablemuseum.org.
  • 10/13/2018
    Light to Night Festival at Copper Peak, N13870 Copper Peak Rd., Ironwood, MI. Join us for our end of the season festival from 12-8:30pm! The day will include kids games, face painting, a craft fair, food vendors, 1/2 price adult Adventure Ride tickets, big merchandise sale, 50/50 raffle, bonfire, s’mores, & LIVE music! Stay tuned for a scheule of events for the full day!
  • 10/13/2018
    Ashland Bayfield County Sportsmen 20th Banquet at 5pm, at Legendary Waters Resort and Casino, at 5pm. For more information or tickets, call 715-373-2088.
  • 10/13/2018
    WhistleStop Blues & Brews Fest, at 7:30pm inside the heated tent in the parking lot of the Bay Area Civic Center, 320 W. 4th Ave. Tickets are available at the Ashland Chamber office, 1716 W. Lake Shore Dr. For more information, call 715-682-2500, or visit www.whistlestopmarathon.com.
  • 10/13-14/2018
    Take a drive during Whistlestop weekend to HAUSER’S Superior View Farm in Bayfield, Wisconsin.  86565 County Hwy J, Bayfield. Apple season will be in full swing this weekend and HAUSER’S will have hayrides through the orchards on Saturday and Sunday, October 13 & 14. Sample our apples, jams, and apple butter, check out the view, and enjoy the season at the farm!   While visiting check out the new APFELHAUS CIDERY – our very own handcrafted hard cider. From blossom to bottle – grown, pressed, fermented, and bottled right here at HAUSER’S Superior View Farm.  HAUSER’S is open every day through October 31 from 10am-5pm.
  • 10/14/2018
    The Ashland Knights of Columbus will host an all you can eat pancake and sausage breakfast from 8am-12pm at Our Lady of the Lake Social Hall, 201 Lakeshore Drive East, Ashland. Cost: $6 for adults; $4 for children 6-11; free for children 5 and under. Proceeds will benefit Our Lady of the Lake School. For more information, call 715-682-9621.
  • 10/15/2018
    Legendary Waters Resort and Casino presents, “Green Bay Tailgate Party” at 10am in the Casino Bar Lounge. $7 for 2 tap beers or 2 rail drinks, food and free shots of Apple Pucker with every Packer Touchdown Televised Pro Football Games. (They have the Sunday ticket). For more information, call 800-226-8478 or visit www.legendarywaters.com.
  • 10/17/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Basket Class- Twill Legged Caddy (Adult Naturalist Program)”. With instructor Jean Carryl, this beautiful and functional basket will provide you with an opportunity to learn how to lay out a twill base and weave a simple twill using dyed reed. Participants will learn to shape it to fit the handle, and a traditional waxed linen lashing and 4 wooden legs will be added to complete this stunning, 5”x9″x10″ basket. 9am-3pm at the Cable Natural History Museum. Space is limited. $62 member/$67 non-member. Registration required by October 1.  Go to cablemuseum.org or call 715-798-3890.
  • 10/17/2018
    Northwest Wisconsin CEP’s 50th Anniversary Celebration from 1-2pm. 422 3rd St W, Suite 200 in Ashland. Northwest Wisconsin CEP has been serving job seekers and businesses of the ten counties of northwest Wisconsin for the past 50 years. Please join us for an open house at our Ashland location to celebrate. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 715-682-9141 ext. 105.
  • 10/17/2018
    Ballroom Dancing at the Bayfield Pavilion, from 6:15-8pm. With Lloyd Turner and Rosie Dreesen. Full Series: Rec Center Members $23. Non-Members $27.
    Walk In: $10. Program Punch Card: $79/10 Program Walk Ins. The class will consist of the basic step and a few variations of different ball room dances including Foxtrot, Rumba, Waltz, Tango, Night Club 2 Step and East Coast Swing. For more information, call 715-779-5408.
  • 10/18/2018
    Witches’ Night Out on 3RD THURSDAY!! On historic Main Street of Ashland, from 4-8pm. Stop and shop at participating stores for fun treats and specials and a chance to register for the grand prize. Downtown Retail Businesses will be open until 8pm!! For more information, call 715-682-2500 or visit www.visitashland.com.
  • 10/18/2018
    Faith In Action “Mexican Fiesta Feast,” at the Enrichment Center, 400 Chapple Ave., from 4pm-7pm. Ages 3 and under are free, take-out is available. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door. For more information or tickets, call 715-682-4414, ext. 3.
  • 10/18/2018
    Business Planning Session- “What is Your Exit Strategy?” at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center. Choose one of two workshops 8-9:30am or 5:30-7pm. Coffee and pastries in the morning. Refreshments and pizza in the evening. Sponsored by Ashland Area Development Corporation, Bayfield County Economic Development Corporation, Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Bayfield Chamber of Commerce.
  • 10/18-20/2018
    Ashland High School Fall Drama Productions in Prentice Park “Scenes from Bram Stoker’s Dracula” from 7-9pm. Play begins at the large pavilion in Prentice Park in Ashland. Annual Fall productions-scenes set of short walk through upper part of Prentice Park. $5 per person. For more information, call 715-682-3786 or email joannedormady@hotmail.com.
  • 10/19/2018
    Wear PINK day for Breast Cancer Awareness.
  • 10/19/2018
    Dance in Pink Fundraiser for Northwest WI Cancer Center. 2 hour Zumbathon! From 5:30-7:30pm at the Ignite Fitness Annex, 522 Mainstreet W in Ashland. Free-will donations accepted to help patients with food, travel, and other expenses.
  • 10/20/2018
    Take a hike from Snake Trail Road to experience majestic overlooks and beautiful fall colors along the trail. This hike is being led by Katie MeLoine, Trails Technician with the US Forest Service. Meet Katie at the berm on the Snake Trail Road (FR 383). Participants will walk up to the closed road to the NCT, hike west, and then turn around after hiking for 1.5 hours. Katie will answer questions and talk about the 2016 flood damage. This in and out hike will be approximately 4 miles in distance. For more information contact Kevin Schram, President, at 715-765-4789 or email che@northcountrytrail.org.
  • 10/20/2018
    Madeline Island Fall Festival, La Pointe. Among the many family friendly events that take place during Fall Fest are pumpkin decorating, a children’s costume parade, face painting, clowns, bicycle powered cider press, and much more. 9am-4pm Many island businesses will have specials.  For more information, call 888-475-3386, visit www.madelineisland.com.
  • 10/20/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Snake Feeding”. Meet Emory and Digger, Cable Natural History Museum’s live snakes and watch them eat a mouse  Their breakfast starts at 10am. For more info go to www.cablemuseum.org.
  • 10/20/2018
    Cheeky Monkey Boo Bash brought to you by the Chequamegon Food Co-op and Ashland Parks and Rec, from 10am-12pm, at the Bretting Community Center. Games, crafts, & gruelicious food. Free. All ages and costumes are welcome. For more information, call 715-682-7059.
  • 10/20/2018
    MS Benefit for Shelley Sprague at the Neighborly Bar from 11am-4pm. Pulled pork dinner, guided fishing packages, 50 in flat screen TV, Packer box seat tickets Dec. 9th, Canada Resort package for 2, Stoegger 12 gauge shot gun, and many more prizes! Please help halt this disease. Hsct therapy is done around the world and gives an 80% chance in halting the progression of MS. To donate, visit www.gofundme.com/help-shelley-halt-her-ms
  • 10/20/2018
    Cruise Inn Spring Creek Bar & Grill Fall Craft and Vendor Fair from noon-5pm. 83966 County Rd F in Butternut. Beverages and all menu items available during the fair. For more information, call 715-769-3207.
  • 10/20/2018
    Fall Fest Dinner at the Bell Street on Madeline Island from 5-9pm. Activities, venodrs, and fun! End a fun filled day on Madeline Island by joining the Bell Street and Freehands Farm for a wonderful meal. Celebrating the harvest of wonderful, local foods, enjoy a 5 course, slow food kind of experience! Pairings with local beer and wine will be included with course 2,3 and 4. The bar will also be open for the celebration. Gather friends and family and join us! For more information, call 715-563-0323.
  • 10/20/2018
    Copper Falls Candlelight Hike from 6-8:30pm. Self-guided candlelight walk through the forest on the Red Granite Falls Trail. State park sticker required. Flashlight optional. A great outdoor experience for all ages. For more information, call 715-274-2330.
  • 10/20/2018
    Ashland Chamber Music Society presents “The Lake Cottage Duo” at 7:30pm at the United Presbyterian-Congregational Church. For more information, visit www.ashlandchambermusic.org.
  • 10/21/2018
    Knights of Columbus Fall Festival Dinner from 11am-2pm at Our Lady of the Lake Social Hall. 201 Lake Shore Dr E. For more information, call 715-682-9621.
  • 10/21/2018
    Ashland High School Fall Drama Productions at the Ashland High School Auditorium “Scenes from Bram Stoker’s Dracula” at2pm. Annual Fall productions-scenes set of short walk through upper part of Prentice Park. $5 per person. For more information, call 715-682-3786 or email joannedormady@hotmail.com
  • 10/23/2018
    Science on Tap presents, “Alexis Elder, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Philosophy University of Minnesota-Duluth” at the Deep Water Grille at 6:30pm. Special 4th Tuesday Halloween Edition! For more information, visit ashlandscience.org.
  • 10/24/2018
    Aqua Zumba Pool Party at the Bayfield Rec. Center from 6-7pm.  For more information, visit www.recreationandfitnessresources.org/bayfield-rec-center.html.
  • 10/24/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Loon Watch Program” from 6-7pm in the Theatre. For more information, call 715-685-9983 or visit www.nglvc.org.
  • 10/25/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Basket Class- Twill Legged Caddy (Adult Naturalist Program)”. 9am-3pm at the Cable Natural History Museum. Space is limited. Registration required by October 8. For more information and pricing, call 715-798-3890.
  • 10/25/2018
    Fall Harvest Dinner at the Enrichment Center, 400 Chapple Ave, 4-6pm. $8 a plate. Will be selling advanced tickets for $7. All proceeds will go towards a security system. Dine in or take out. For more information, call 715-682-2776.
  • 10/25/2018
    Business On Stage at the Northern Great Lake Visitor Center, 29270 Co Hwy G. 6-8:30pm. Speakers are PC Rasmussen– owner of Lakewoods Resort & Forest Ridges Golf Course and Mark Gutteter– owner of Deep Water Grille and Cobblestone Inn & Suites. For more information, visit www.nglvc.org or call 715-685-9983.
  • 10/25-27/2018
    Home Expressions Christmas Open House, 116 Main St W. Thur: 5-8pm; Fri: 9am-5:30pm; Sat: 9am-4pm. For more information, call 715-682-2455.
  • 10/26/2018
    Ashland Hockey GlowDocker 5K Fun Run. Benefits AHS Boys Hockey team. Race start 6:30pm at Ashland High School. Cost is $15. For more information, visit www.ashlandparks.org.
  • 10/26/2018
    Halloween Party at The Benoit Community Center from 6-8pm. There will be games, costume contest, and a haunted house! Lots of prizes, treats & fun for everyone. Game tickets available on site. Hosted by the Ino Valley 4-H Club, Pine Creek 4-H Club, and Whittlesey Creek 4-H Club.
  • 10/26/2018
    Northland College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be hosting the Annual Haunted Ravine. There will be two trails to accommodate all ages with the Friendly Trail running from 6-7pm and the Totally Terrifying Trails from 7-9pm. Bring called goods to get in. Strollers are not allowed. Free parking in the CSE parking lot. For more information, call 715-682-1699.
  • 10/26/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Bay Area Film Society” at 7:30pm. For more information, visit www.bayareafilmsociety.org.
  • 10/26-27/2018
     Zombie Days in Washburn. Halloween parade, vendors, and much more. For more information or a detailed
    schedule of events, call 715-373-5017, or visit www.washburnchamber.com.
  • 10/26-28/2018
    Northland College Programs presents, “Autumn Natural Expressions: Capturing the Fall Landscape in Watercolor”. With the artist Janet Moore. For more information, visit www.northland.edu/academics/community-learning/adult-programs/.
  • 10/26-28/2018
    Chequamegon Theatre Association presents “Seussical the Musical” performance, 210 5th Ave E, Ashland. Tickets $15/adult and $10/child. 7:30pm evenings and 2pm Sunday matinee. Tickets available at Moore’s On Main, 501 Main St W. For more information, call 715-682-5554.
  • 10/27/2018
    Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College presents, “Specialty Care Awareness- A Certifies Medical Assistant Conference”.  From 8am-3:30pm.This program is designed to enhance the learning of working CMAs in area health facilities by providing new information on current trends in healthcare. Choose between two locations, WITC-Superior (in person) or WITC-New Richmond (via ITV). $39/$18.87(62+). Breakfast and lunch included. For more information, call 715-394-6677.
  • 10/27/2018
    Northland College Programs presents, “Wolf Ecology Workshop” from 9am-3pm. For more information, visit www.northland.edu.
  • 10/27/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum Snake Feeding at 10am. For more information, visit www.cablemuseum.org.
  • 10/27/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, Book Launch- “Color Chequamegon Bay” from 10-11:30am. For more information, call 715-685-9983.
  • 10/27/2018
    Undead Tread Amazing Race, a haunted urban adventure in Washburn. From 11am-1pm. Part Amazing race, part fear factor, part haunted house- family friendly, cash prizes 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places and a spot in the Zombie Days Parade! Begins and ends at the Washburn Area Chamber of Commerce. To register, or for more information, call 715-373-5017 or visit washburnchamber.com
  • 10/27/2018
    GFWC-WI Ashland Monday Club “Fall Extravaganza,” at the Hotel Chequamegon, 101 W. Lake Shore Dr., from 11am-2pm. Social hour, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, Chinese raffle, door prizes, lunch and entertainment. To purchase tickets, call 715-209-4881.
  • 10/27/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Viking Shoe Workshop”. 12-3pm at the Cable Natural History Museum. Space is limited. Register by October 19. For pricing and more information visit to cablemuseum.org or call 715-798-3890.
  • 10/27/2018
    Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents, “Coloring Workshop” from 1-3pm in the Multipurpose Room. For more information, call 715-685-9983.
  • 10/27/2018
    Historic Ironwood Theatre presents, “Andrew Rodgers on the Barton Organ” 1928 American silent romantic drama is an adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel. 7pm. Located at 109 E Aurora St, Ironwood, MI. $17 general seating. $10 in costume at the door. $5 for student tickets. Ticket office open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, noon-4:30pm. For more information, call 906-932-0618 or visit www.ironwoodtheatre.net.
  • 10/27/2018
    Live Music at Stagecoach Bar & Grill by the “Whitecaps”. Costume contest, drink specials and more! 315 Main St E, Ashland. For more information, call 715-292-6710.
  • 10/27/2018
    Halloween Party Gala, at the Benoit Area Community Center, 23710 Co. Hwy. F, from 5-7pm. Fun and games, food, fun house, costume contest, and much more. All ages welcome. Sponsored by the Ino Valley 4-H Club. For more information, call 715-746-2311.
  • 10/27/2018
    Bad River Lodge & Casino Halloween Costume Contest. Registration is 7-9pm. Secret Judging and Winners announced at the bewitching hour 12am. Must be 21 or older. 1st place: $1,500, 2nd place: $1,000, 3rd place: $750. Live Music at 9pm. For more information, visit www.badriver.com
  • 10/27/2018
    Chequamegon Symphony Orchestra presents, “Romantics to Contemporary” at 7:30pm. Alvord Theatre, Northland College in Ashland. General Admission- $6, Seniors- $5, Students and children- free. For more information, email chequamegonsymphony@gmail.com
  • 10/27/2018
    Bad River Lodge and Casino presents live music by, “The Eddie Butts Band”. Doors open at 8pm. Music at 9pm. Free. For more information, call 715-682-7121.
  • 10/27/2018
    Legendary Waters Resort & Casino’s Halloween Costume Party. At the Legendary Waters Event Center from 9pm-1am. 1st place is $1,000 cash. For more information, call 800-226-8478.
  • 10/28/2018
    Legendary Waters Resort and Casino presents, “Green Bay Tailgate Party” at 10am in the Casino Bar Lounge. $7 for 2 tap beers or 2 rail drinks, food and free shots of Apple Pucker with every Packer Touchdown Televised Pro Football Games. (They have the Sunday ticket). For more information, call 800-226-8478 or visit www.legendarywaters.com.
  • 10/28/2018
    Glidden Pumpkin Rolling Contest, 171 West Broadway (Church Hill), Glidden, 1-3pm. For more information, call 715-264-3451.
  • 10/29/2018
    Regional Hospice Services 2018 Volunteer Training. Regional Hospice Ashland team is seeking caring and dependable individuals who want to help others and gain new skills. Volunteer training sessions will be from 10:30am-2:30pm at the Regional Hospice Ashland office, 1913 Beaser Ave in Ashland. Attendance is required each day to complete the training. Indivuals who complete the training will provide support to people with a terminal illness and their families. If you are interested in an enriching opportunity, please call 715-685-5151.
  • 10/29/2018
     Fright Night at the Chemistry Lab, brought to you by The Friends of the Vaughn Library and Northland College. 4-5pm and 6-7pm at Larson-Juhl Building for Science and the Environment at Northland College. Sign up is at the library. For more information, call 715-682-7060.
  • 10/30/2018
     Trick or Treating in Washburn.
  • 10/31/2018
    Cable Natural History Museum presents, “Slither, Hiss, and Count”. Meet at the Cable Natural History Museum at 10am. Toddlers can wear their costumes for a Halloween treat. Donations welcome. For more information, call 715-798-3890.
  • 10/31/2018
    Regional Hospice Services 2018 Volunteer Training. Regional Hospice Ashland team is seeking caring and dependable individuals who want to help others and gain new skills. Volunteer training sessions will be from 10:30am-2:30pm at the Regional Hospice Ashland office, 1913 Beaser Ave in Ashland. Attendance is required each day to complete the training. Indivuals who complete the training will provide support to people with a terminal illness and their families. If you are interested in an enriching opportunity, please call 715-685-5151.
  • 10/31/2018
    Trunk or Treat in Marengo. Children of all ages are invited to the Marengo Mural Park, in the parking lot of Jack’s Store, from 4-6pm. Children will trick or treat from car to car. First time trick-or-treaters are always welcome! For more information, call 715-278-3702.
  • 10/31/2018
    Kiwanis Halloween Party at the Dodd Gym, 203 E. 10th St., from 6pm-7:30pm. Grand March at 7:15pm. For more information, call 715-685-2962.
  • 10/31/2018
    Trick or Treating in Ashland.