- Saturdays, end of May through August: Stock Car Races at ABC Raceway, 2187 Butterworth Rd. For more information, call 715-682-4237, or visit www.abcraceway.com.
- Saturdays Mid-May through mid-October: Ashland Area Farmer’s Market, 8am-12pm, on Chapple Ave, Ashland in front of Black Cat and Ashland Baking Company. Check them out on Facebook or visit www.ashlandareafarmersmarket.com.
- 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.
- Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center- A great place to visit! Exhibits, lookout tower and walking trails. 2 Exhibits now showing at the Center: Women and Water and Red Cliff Pow Wow, Portraits of Honor, Dedication and Celebration. Check out their Facebook Page.
- Bay City Cycles …. 2023 Casual Group Ride. Check our Casual Group Ride at Bay City Cycles Facebook group for weekly updates.
- Recreation and Fitness Resources – Please see their website for more information – we will be updating regularly.
- Vaughn Public Library – Not just books anymore!!
- Chequamegon Bay Golf Club: Check our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/cbaygolf/ If you have any questions, please contact the Pro Shop at 715-682-8004.
- Follow the Mural Brick Road … in the county of the land of Ashland. A fun scavenger hunt with the beautiful murals in Ashland County!
- Ashland High School Sports Schedule
- Northland College Sports Schedule
- 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.
- Washburn Cultural Center September exhibit “Paris,” Works by Betty Sitbon; and recent work by Olivia Haman’s Art Camp Kids
Butternut 11th Annual Gun Show at the Butternut Community Park. Friday 4-8pm and Saturday 8am-3pm. For more information, call 715-769-3620.
Legendary Waters Resort & Casino presents: Red Cliff Days. 12Noon. Veterans Pow Wow, live music, fry bread eating contest, Food & Craft vendors, Canoe & kayak races, farmers market, VFW fish fry & fireworks! For more info visit: legendarywaters.com/redcliffdays
Glidden Labor Day Weekend Street Dance & Brat Feed. Blocking off Grant Street so we can get down in G-town. Brat feed from 4- 8pm. Brett and the Little Big Show plays music from 4 – 8pm and Contradiction plays from 8pm-12Midnight.
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Riding the Wind. Show Time 7pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
The Kings Closet Fall & Winter Giveaway. 9am-1pm. AmericInn Conference Center, 3009 Lakeshore Drive East, Ashland. Clothing, housewares & More!
Glidden Community Fair. There will be a softball tournament on Saturday and Sunday, and the car show on Monday. The horse pull and big money bingo are set for Saturday; the mud run and music on Sunday; and of course concessions, beer stand, and quarter bingo all 3 days. Plus other random events and activities. Be sure to check us out on Facebook
Ashland Ford Chrysler Labor Day Golf Classic, 3-man scramble at Chequamegon Bay Golf Club, 3000 Golf Course Rd. Contact the Chequamegon Bay Golf Club 715-682-8004. Registration opens soon.
Copper Falls State Park presents: Drop in at the Naturalist Cabin. 12:30-2pm. Stop by the naturalist cabin (adjacent to the main parking area), explore the nature center, visit with the park naturalist and participate in the activity of the day. Fun for all ages. No pets please.
Butternut Farmers & Craft Market 9am-1pm at the Village Hall Pavilion, 301 W Michigan St, Butternut.
Copper Falls State Park Presents: Tree-mendous Adventure. 10am-12Noon. Join retired Forest Ecologist, Colleen Matula, on a guided forestry adventure as nature begins to paint the landscape. Family friendly; meet at the Naturalist Cabin. No pets, please. Learn to identify trees in the park and find out how they magically change color. Measure trees with tools used by a professional forester. Enjoy a tasty treat made from a tree, short hike allows you to test your skills.
Chequamegon Vets Brat Fry at Tastes of Wisconsin, 420 Lake Shore Dr West, 10am- 3pm. All proceeds go to Camp Benesi, a non-profit recreational getaway designed specifically for veterans and gold star families who are grieving loss or dealing with the effects of military service.
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Devon Allman & Donavon Frankenreiter – See It All Tour with special guest Davy Knowles. Show Time 7pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
Copper Falls State Park presents: Mushroom and Fungi Fun! 10am-12Noon. Join the park naturalist in a family-friendly exploration along the trail. Seek out nature’s recyclers in a photo scavenger hunt for different kinds of mushrooms and fungi. Meet at the park’s historic pavilion – mycologists welcome! No pets please.
White Winter Winery presents: Annual Pig Out 11am-5pm. . Music by Floydian Slip from 12-4pm. Enjoy an afternoon of Music & Great BBQ! 68323 Lea St A, Iron River
Salem Church presents: Keepers of The Faith. 6:30pm. 400 Salem Drive, Ashland. For more information visit kotfministry.com
Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 5-7pm Deja Bleu
Cable Natural History Museum presents: Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms of Wisconsin. Join Arne Martinson, Vice President of the Wisconsin Mycological Society, to develop the confidence you need to begin safely harvesting mushrooms. All skill levels and ages are welcome. Be prepared for walking over uneven terrain. Meet near Cable at 12:30 and finish by 4pm. Meeting location will be provided prior to class. Space is limited. Register by Aug. 31 at cablemuseum.org or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. For a complete list of programs go to https://www.cablemuseum.org/events/
Bayfield Summer Concerts at the Bayfield Presbyterian Church, 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield at 5:30pm. International recording artist Clia Galhano and guitarist Reme Izquirdo, brazilian classic & folk music. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Vaughn Public Library and Ashland Main Street presents: Movies on Main Street – Community’s Top Pick, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Gates open at 7pm. Grab your family, friends & lawn chairs to enjoy the beer garden, poporn and lawn games before the movie starts at dusk. Pearson Plaza downtown Ashland. Call 715-682-7060 or visit http://www.coawi.org/478/movies-on-main for more information.
Our Lady of the Lake Golf Tournament at Chequamegon Bay Golf Club! 9am shotgun start. 4 person 18 hold scramble. Payouts for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place. $300 per team included golf, cart & fish fry! Hole-in-One chance to win $10,000 cash! Raffle & other prizes. To register contact 715-292-4493 or 715-209-1021.
Ashland Industries, 2023 marks their 70th anniversary! They will be hosting a 70th Anniversary Open House on from 12noon-3pm.They will also have their newest expansion (2nd expansion in 3 years) complete, and be holding a Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the new expansion (12:30pm) with a live remote with Heartland Communications 93.3. Some highlights of what will go on are as follows: Plant Tours; Cookout (brats, burgers, hot dogs, chips, cake, drinks); Prizes/Giveaways; Company Presentation 1pm.
The Knights of Columbus will host an all-you-can-eat fresh Lake Superior whitefish dinner at OLL Social Hall, 201 Lakeshore Drive E., on Friday from 4-7pm. Cost: $13 for adults; $7 for children ages 5-11; free for children under age 5. Proceeds will go to the Knights of Columbus Scholarship Fund. For more information, call 715-682-9621
Big Top Chautauqua presents: The Jerry Douglas Band. Show Time 7pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
The Vaughn Public Library presents: VPL st the Farmers Market. 8am-12noon. Call 715-682-7060 for more information.
Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2023 at the Enrichment Center. Registration at 9am, opening ceremony at 9:40am and walk at 10am. Funds raised stay local to provide care, support, advocacy, and research for a cure to ultimately end Alzheimer’s Disease. Register today at act.alz.org/ashland
Ashland Mural Fest & Classic Car Show, downtown Ashland, 9am-3pm. Mural Trolley Tours, Car Show, Craft & Food Vendors and Music. For more information, call 715-682-2500. Mural Fest Craft Vendors Mural Fest Car Show.
Cable Natural History Museum presents: Talon Talk Live Raptor Program. 10:30-11:30am. Learn all about the amazing world of birds of prey from naturalist Haley Selen. For more information call 715-798-3890. For a complete list of programs go to https://www.cablemuseum.org/events/
Voices for Recovery-Chequamegon Bay’s Community Picnic in celebration of Recovery Month. 11am-3pm at Prentice Park in Ashland. Everyone is invited! Fun for the whole family. Rain or Shine. Opening ceremony at 11am. 11:30 lunch is served. Lunch, raffles, bracelet making, open mic, live music and more. For more information call 715-685-5400
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Wigwam Talks with Michael Charette. Show Time 12:30-1pm & 2-2:30pm. Free Family Matinee. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Michael Lyons: Boozhoo Nanaboozhoo. Show Time 1pm. Free Family Matinee. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
The Safari Big Cup Tournament at Chequamegon Bay Golf Club, 3000 Golf Course Rd. For more information, call 715-682-8004.
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Old Last Night hosted by Michael Perry with the Blue Canvas Orchestra and Open Mic Allstars at 7pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. www.bigtop.org.
Cornucopia 19th Annual Art Crawl will be held in Cornucopia from 10am-5pm Saturday and 10am-4pm Sunday. Event features fine arts, crafts. Stay for great food offerings, music, a hike, paddle, etc. For more information, email email@example.com or visit https://visitcornucopia.com/event/.
Bayfield Chamber & Visitor Bureau presents: 2023 Bayfield Art Escape. A 9 day celebration of all things art across Bayfield County and Madeline Island. Experience the arts through demonstrations and open houses and create your own masterpiece through a class. Learn more at www.bayfield.org/art-escape
Mt. Ashwabay Ski and Recreation Center presents: An Evening Under the Trees. 6pm. Join us for an exceptional dining experience set in the forest where we create community, conversation and celebrate the magic of Mt Ashwabay. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield. For more information and tickets visit www.eventbrite.com/e/an-evening-under-the-trees-tickets-673051002667
Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 5-7pm Moss Creek.
Chequamegon Food Coop presents: Cooking Methods and Shortcuts to be gourmet. 5-7pm. Holly will present a dozen gourmet methods and shortcuts for better everyday cooking. Learn to mix different fats, acids and flavors for marinades, sauces and walk away with skills for making easy bisques, gnocchi, mirepoix, ragout and stir fry. 700 Main St W, Ashland. Call 715-682-8251 for more information.
Cable Natural History Museum presents: How to Fill Your Basket, A Comprehensive Course for Finding Abundant Wild Mushrooms. Join Arne Martinson, Vice President of the Wisconsin Mycological Society, as he clues you in to professional methods for finding YOUR mushroom spot. You will have a chance to harvest your own mushrooms and we will cover basic safety guidelines and legal requirements for foraging. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Be prepared for walking over uneven terrain. Meet near Cable at 12:30 and finish by 4pm. Meeting location will be provided prior to class. Space is limited. Register by September 7 at cablemuseum.org or by calling 715-798-3890. For a complete list of programs go to https://www.cablemuseum.org/events/
Bayfield Summer Concerts at the Bayfield Presbyterian Church, 306 Washington Ave, Bayfield at 5:30pm. New art music for voice & Piano by renowned Twin City artists Clara Osowki, Linda Kachelmeier & Jessica Schroeder. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chequamegon Bay Golf Club presents: Callaway Demo/Fit Day. 1-5pm. A Callaway fitting professional will be on site. Please call the pro shop at 715-682-8004 or stop on out to try some of this top of the line equipment. 3000 Golf Course Rd, Ashland.
Market on Main Fall Open House. 515 Main Street West.
Chequamegon Food Coop presents: Foraging Class. Axel Peterman, forager and food enthusiast will instruct participants on how to identify, harvest and eat a variety of wild plants in a safe and sustainable, fun way. This class will take place outdoors and on the move. Call 715-682-8251 for more information or visit www.chequamegonfoodcoop.com
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Adam Greuel & The Space Burritos, Trapper Schoepp & Long Mama. Show Time 7pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. For tickets and more information visit www.bigtop.org
Stagecoach Bar & Grill Glow Party Club Dance Night. 9pm. 315 Main St E., Ashland. You can’t miss this party! Drink Specials & Dancing to Club music with premium sound by JC Bass Entertainment. UV Blacklights & Lazer Show. Come dressed in neons and GLOW. Glow Paint & Accessories are available to elevate the party.
Red Bicycle Open House. 618 Main St West, Ashland.
Ashland Rotary SplashPad Lakeside Shuffle. Fundraiser for the new Ashland Splash Pad. Join us for a 5K fun run or walk! All proceeds will be donated to the Ashland Rotary Splashpad project. Complete the run/walk in person or virtually! In person event starts at 10am. This race will not be timed. Bayview Park, 1801 Lakeshore Drive East. to register go to Lakeside Shuffle 5K (runsignup.com)
47th Annual Northland College Powwow. A Celebration of Our Communities and Cultures – Please join us for this free, public event. 1-10pm. Grand Entries at 1pm and 7pm, Feast at 5pm. Northland College – Campus Mall 1411 Ellis Avenue. Host Drums: Smokeytown and Bad River; Emcee: Migizi Sullivan; Arena Director: Mike Demain; Head Dancers: Josh Atcheynum & Sheena Cain; Head Veteran: John Teller Jr. First 10 drums will receive honorarium. Specials: Men’s Woodland Special & Women’s Jingle Special, Other Specials TBA. Drugs and Alcohol are prohibited at this event. Vendor contact: 715 682-1344. https://www.facebook.com/NC.Spring.Powwow/
Chequamegon MTB Festival, 13460 Spruce St., Cable. 715-798-3594. For more information, visit www.cheqfattire.com.
Butternut VillageFest at the Village Pavilion in Butternut, at 4-8pm. For more information, call 715-661-4814 or 715-769-3508.
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Margo Price, Til The Wheels Fall Off Tour with special guest S.G. Goodman. Showtime 7pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. www.bigtop.org.
Northern Aged Iron Tractor & Threshing Show, 38565 State Hwy 13, Highbridge. Festivities begin at 8am each day. Display of Tractors, Implements, Hit-and-Miss Motors, Vintage Cars, Trucks and Snowmobiles. Raffles. Pancake breakfast on Sunday at 9am $5 button gets you in both days. For more information on admission or a detailed list of events, call 715-274-7807 or 715-682-5744, or visit www.northernagediron.com.
Chequamegon Bay Golf Club presents: Women’s Club Championship. Please call the pro shop at 715-682-8004 or by email email@example.com to sign up today. Deadline is Sept 16th at 5pm, no exceptions. Visit cbaygolf.com for more info.
Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 5-7pm Mel Sando.
Chequamegon Area Choir invites you to join them for their 51st season at the Washburn United Methodist Church. No Auditions necessary. Registration starts at 6:30pm. All levels of musicianship for persons 16+ are welcome. Questions contact 715-373-5371 or www.cacvoices.com. or www.facebook.com/cacvoices
Cable Natural History Museum presents: Sounds of the Elk! (Master Naturalist Advanced Training). Join elk biologist Joshua Spiegel in calling for the bulls! Meet at 6am in Clam Lake and travel to several locations to hear elk bugling, returning by 9am. Dress for the weather and be prepared to drive on forest roads and walk over uneven terrain in low light conditions. You don’t have to be a certified Master Naturalist to participate! Any adult learners are welcome. Register by Sept. 13 to get directions to the meeting place. Call the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890 to register or go to cablemuseum.org. $20 suggested donation.
Cable Natural History Museum presents: Wild Mushroom Preservation: How to Clean and Prepare Your Harvest for Winter. Join Arne Martinson, Vice President of the Wisconsin Mycological Society, for an interactive lesson on preserving and using wild mushrooms. Various methods of preservation will be presented along with a cooking demonstration and tasting. All skill levels and ages are welcome. Meet at the Wake Robin Pavilion in Cable at 12:30 and finish by 4pm. Space is limited. Register by September 14 at cablemuseum.org or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. For a complete list of programs go to https://www.cablemuseum.org/events/
Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center presents: Loom Weaving Workshop. 1-4pm. Hand weaving workshop with renowned regional Jacquard weaver Mary Burns. Come early and join Mary at 12:30 for an exploration of Mary;s current Jacquard weaving exhibit at the center, “Women & Water: Woven Portraits from Around the World. Weaving class starts at 1pm. Cost $45. All materials will be provided. Students will go home with their own hand loom. Class is limited to 15 people. Register at www.eventbrite.com/e/hand-weaving-workshop-with-mary-burns-tickets-701285342337
Bingo Night at The Sandbar. 6:30-7:30pm. 2521 Lake Shore Dr W, Ashland
Chequamegon Food Coop presents: Vegetable Galette. 5-7pm. With Chef Lars Dukowitz. Learn what makes Vegetable Galette so scrumptious! Packed with vibrant fresh herbs & vegetables atop a flaky crust. Call 715-682-8251 or visit www.chequamegonfoodcoop.com
The Vaughn Public Library presents: Hobbit Day Celebration, Lord of the Ring Trivia. 6-8pm. 502 W Main St W, Ashland. Call 715-682-7060 for more information.
Northland College Fall Fest. Alumni and friends are invited to celebrate Northland College’s notable alumni award winners and hall of fame inductees during a weekend of events. For more information visit northland.edu/fallfest.
Northland College presents Camp Brother Bear Music Festival! You’re invited to celebrate the adventurous spirit in us all at the first annual Camp Brother Bear Music Festival! Featuring FREE daytime programs and an evening lineup of five acts including local favorite Floydian Slip and nationally known The Big Wu, this event is not one to miss. Get an All Access Pass for $40 and enjoy unlimited access to the 6 courses at the Highbridge Hills Disc Golf Megaplex and the evening lineup of talents. Kids of all ages are invited to sign-up for free daytime programming and all guests can purchase food from one of our vendors, including the Ashland Oredocker Food Truck. Camping is available so you don’t miss a minute of fun during the weekend. Visit www.northland.edu/cbb for more info or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jackie at 715-682-1811.
Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations presents: Free E-Waste Collection Event. 8am-12Noon. at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 County Hwy G, Ashland. Dispose of your electronics safely and responsibly and help support the State of Wisconsin e-cycle program. For more information visit www.thinkdynamic.com/event.
AHS & AMS Sources of Strength Peer Leaders & Advisors present: Sources of Strength 5K Color Run and Wellness Expo. Check-In, 9am. 5K Run/Walk, 10am. Wellness Expo 9am-12Noon. Register Early. Adults $15 by Sept 15, After Sept 16th, $25. Students Free. Info Booths, refreshments, games & Prizes. For more information call 715-682-7089 or email email@example.com.
Copper Falls State Park Fall Festival. September colors offer people a chance to enjoy the park’s beauty and experience the fun at the annual Fall Festival on from 10am-3pm. Events are co-sponsored by the Friends of Copper Falls State Park and the Wisconsin DNR. All programs will be held rain or shine and are open to the public. Parked vehicles will need to have purchased either an annual or daily park pass; $8/day for Wisconsin plates or $11/day for out-of-state plates, available at the park office. Pets are not allowed at most program venues. For special accommodations, as needed, contact park staff prior to the program date. Copper Falls State Park is located near Mellen, Wisconsin. Follow State Highway 169 northeast for 1.7 miles, turn north on Copper Falls Road at the State Park’s main entrance, stop at the park office, then continue north to the parking and picnic grounds approximately 1.5 miles. For more information about events contact the park at 715-274-5123.
Clam Lake Elk Fest at Clam Lake Junction, 60967 WI-77, Clam Lake, 715- 794-2781.
Big Top Chautauqua presents: Big TAP ChautauquaFest. 1-5pm. 32525 Ski Hill Rd, Bayfield, WI. www.bigtop.org.
Bohemian Hall Annual Fundraiser. 3-7pm, 319 11th Ave East. Dinner begins 3pm, serving Chicken & Ribs with the fixings and cash raffle prizes. Drawing at 6pm. Dinner tickets $15. Cash raffle tickets $100 (only 500 tickets sold!). Raffle tickets available at the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce. All proceeds goes towards historic renovations of the Bohemian Hall. Find us on facebook. For more information call 715-292-6129.
Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta. 5-7pm Moss Creek.
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 Selen at the Cable Natural History Museum at 9am to carpool to the Juniper Rock Overlook, a 2-mile round-trip hike on narrow, hilly trails with a sixty-foot cliff overlooking the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Return by 12Noon. Register by September 26 at cablemuseum.org or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. $5 members/$10 non-members.
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. Please contact Charly Kearns for more information about planned activities and/or if you are able to bring tools of your own. Free registration is required. Visit Tyler Forks Monthly Workday – Landmark Conservancy (landmarkwi.org)
Sanborn Community Club – Deep Fried Cheeseburgers, 4-7 pm. 42478 Co Hwy E- 10 miles South of Ashland just off of Hwy 112. Basket includes a delicious deep fried cheeseburger, homemade fresh french fries, pickles, and a beverage. Carry-outs Available. No Pre Orders
Cable Natural History Museum presents: Geology of the Northwoods: Looking Out on Glacial Landforms (Master Naturalist Advanced Training). Join geologist and host of the Under Our Feet podcast Rudy Molinek to learn how glaciers shaped the landscape of Northern Wisconsin and the Lake Superior Region. We’ll hike up to the overlook at St. Peter’s Dome to get a new perspective on the Glacial Lake Duluth basin and more! Expect 4 miles round-trip of narrow trails that are steep at times. Meet at the Morgan Falls Parking Lot at 1pm., finish around 4pm. You don’t have to be a Master Naturalist to participate! Any adult learners are welcome. Register by September 26 at cablemuseum.org or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. $15 member/$20 non-member suggested donation. $5 USFS parking pass required.
ABC Raceway 46th Annual Red Clay Classic – Fast Lane Motor Sports, Red’s Auto, & Tim’s Automotive. Outlaw Wrap and Apparel Modifieds, Super Stocks, Mid-West Modifieds, Lightning Storm Graphix Six Cylinders, Pure Stocks. Hot Laps 6:30pm. Race track located 3.5 miles south of Ashland on Butterworth Rd. For more information, call 715-682-4990 or visit www.abcraceway.com.
Ashland Area Non-profit & Service Fair. 10am-12Noon. Discover resources, get involved, show your support. On the lawn of Ashland First United Methodist Church behind Ashland Baking Co. (in event of inclement weather, the event will be moved inside). Live Music, refreshments & Activities. Call Marian Haertel Vaughn at 715-813-7189 with any questions.
Prime Appliance Ashland – 811 3rd Street West. Grand Opening – 10am-4pm. Explore the store and meet their new team and shop doorbuster deals! Enter for a chance to win: Maytag Washer & Dryer/Napoleon Charcoal Grill/Portable Gas Grill/Chest Freezer/Bosch Dishwasher/Speed Queen Washer.
Copper Falls State Park presents: If Rocks could talk. 1-3pm. Join Professor of Geoscience Tim Fitz as we unravel the mysteries of the parks rock formations and geomorphology. Experience peak fall color and picturesque waterfalls, while learning how the landscape has evolved over the eons. Meet at the pavilion.
Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center will host an Artist Reception 1-4pm. Program 1:30pm. Recognition of the two exhibits on display this summer though Nov 4th at the Visitor Center