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What’s Happening this Week!

Area Activities:

What’s happening for the next week?

  • 09/25/2023
    Packer Monday’s at Moores on Main, 505 Main Street West.  Whatever points the Packets score in the first half is your percentage off on Monday.  Excluding orange stickets.
  • 09/25/2023
    Live music at the Delta Diners Tap Shack,14385 Cty Hwy H, Delta.  5-7pm Moss Creek.
  • 09/26/2023
    Our Lady of the Lake Bingo.  Doors open at 5:30pm.  Bingo starts at 6:30pm. The night ends with a progressive Black Out
  • 09/27/2023
    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 or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. $5 members/$10 non-members.
  • 09/27/2023
    Join Landmark Conservancy for monthly Tyler Forks trail work day. 10am-3pm. 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 (
  • 09/28/2023
    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
  • 09/29/2023
    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. Register by September 26 at or by calling the Cable Natural History Museum at 715-798-3890. $15 member/$20 non-member suggested donation. $5 USFS parking pass required.
  • 09/29-30/2023
    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
  • 09/30/2023
    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.
  • 09/30/2023
    The 2023 Red Clay Classic Golf Tournament will be held on September 30th!  This 9 hole four man scramble is a perfect way to end your season. Food, drinks and prizes awarded at the Local Grille & Bar afterwards. Please contact Tyler Vernon at 715-209-7382 for more information.
  • 09/30/2023
    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.
  • 09/30/2023
    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.
  • 09/30/2023
    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