Clich here to submit a community event for your Non Profit OrganizationView List of Events
Minocqua First Responder pancake Breakfast (Minocqua)
Minocqua First Responders are hosting a pancake breakfast. Saturday, May 25 2013 8:00 am-12 noon. Bo Di Lac Fire Station Admission: $7.00 Children 6 and under:$2.00 Breakfast includes: Eggs, Sausage, & all you care to eat Pancakes served with a beverage. All proceeds benefit the Minocqua First Responders. Any questions, Please call Don Bratcher: 715-892-4318
Wild Instincts in Need of Fish (Rhinelander)
Wild Instincts in Need of Fish
Wild Instincts, the only wildlife rehabilitation center in the Northwoods
permitted to treat ALL native wildlife species, needs your help!
With ten times the normal patient load for this time of year they are in
desperate need of fish.
If you want an excuse to go fishing, their wild patients would appreciate
it and so would Wild Instincts. Whole fish is best but they will also take
filets from the corners of your freezer. And if you find some venison in
the shadows there, they also need venison.
Any questions can be directed to 715-362-WILD (9453) or
Lakeland Barbershop Chorus (Woodruff)
The Lakeland Barbershop Chorus rehearses every Tuesday from 7-9:30 at the Lakeland Senior Center, 412 Balsam Rd., Woodruff, WI. We are a male a cappella barbershop chorus. If you like to sing, please visit us. We have members from communities all around the Northwoods we may be able to find you a car pool! Call Dick Lemenski at (715) 356-7609.
Let’s Go Fishing Northwoods Set to Launch Second Season (Rhinelander)
Let’s Go Fishing Northwoods Set to Launch Second Season
After months of fundraising the Let’s Go Fishing (LGF) Northwoods Chapter Board of Directors is pleased to announce the launch of its second season. Let’s Go Fishing is a Northwoods program that enriches the lives of people age 55 and older, handicap, Veterans, children and hospice patients through free fishing and boating excursions that strengthen communities, build relationships and create memories.
Chrissy Peterson, LGF Chapter President said, “We are all very excited to once again offer this outstanding program to Rhinelander for its second season. “We could not have done it without the dedication and commitment of our planning committee and community businesses. I can’t wait to get our first group of passengers out on the water!”
The Let’s Go Fishing Board of Directors would like to thank the many businesses that supported the organization its first year. Wisconsin/Oneida County Tavern League, Wisconsin Public Service, Hodag Honda, Shoeder’s RV & Marine, Fisher’s Resort, Rusty Nail, Rhinelander Chamber, Gillespie Convenience Stores, Ripco Credit Union, BMO Harris Bank, People’s State Bank, Rhinelander GM & Toyota, City of Rhinelander, Oneida County Senior Center, Rhinelander Cellcom and Press Express. Without the support from many area businesses LGF’s second season would not be possible.
Want to get involved? If you are interested in becoming a Captain or First Mate there is a scheduled training Thursday, May 22 at 1:00 p.m. at the Boom Lake Pavilion rain date scheduled for May 29.
Let’s Go Fishing Northwoods will be scheduling free fishing and boating excursions beginning June 2, 2014, Monday – Friday 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. until Labor Day (weather permitting). All the equipment is provided. The excursions are led by trained volunteers.
To schedule an excursion or if you are interested in volunteering you may contact Stephanie Schroeder of Let’s Go Fishing Northwoods Chapter at 715.419.LGFN.
For additional information about LGF, visit www.lgfws.com.
Summer Horse Camp (Lake Ellen)
Do you love horses? Join us at Lake Ellen Camp's Lazy E Ranch for a week you will never forget. You will have the opportunity to develop your riding skills and learn how to care for horses. You will make new friends, both people and horses, and be challenged in your walk with God. Call 906-542-CAMP for more information or e-mail office(at)lakeellencamp(dot)org.
UW-SUPERIOR TO OFFER AUTISM COURSES IN RHINELANDER (Rhinelander)
The University of Wisconsin-Superior will offer a nine credit program in Rhinelander this summer that will lead to the Autism Spectrum Disorder Certificate. This certificate is aligned with the standards set by the Council for Exceptional Children. These courses are offered both on the graduate and undergraduate level and may be taken separately or all three can be taken to earn the ASD Certificate.
The ASD Certificate Program focuses on current strategies, internationally effective best practices and recent biological research. Students will have an opportunity to connect with practitioners and specialists in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dan Kuzlik, Outreach Specialist for the University of Wisconsin-Superior stated, “ Courses in this program will allow teachers, parents or other interested individuals an opportunity to enhance their skills and services for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder”
In Rhinelander, these courses will be delivered via Internet Television (ITV) in the Northwoods Center of the Nicolet College Lake Julia Campus. The initial Foundations course will run from June 23-27, the Methods I course will run from July 14-18 and the Methods II course will run from August 4-8. All courses are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on these dates.
All three courses will be taught by Dr. Susan Larson Kidd, an educational/behavioral consultant for children and youth with Autism and other learning differences. Dr. Kidd has over 25 years experience as a teacher, administrator, professor, speaker ad author.
Additional information can be obtained from Dan Kuzlik by contacting his Nicolet College Office at 715-365-4954 or by contacting Donna Lazaich at the
Center for Continuing Education at UW-Superior at 1-715-394-8469
Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce Presents:7th Season of Music on Main Street (Boulder Junction)
The Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 7th season of our summer music series, “Music on Main Street”. Beginning July 2nd through July 30th, on Wednesday evenings, from 7pm to 9pm, area musicians will be performing outdoors next to Peeplelures on Main Street in Boulder Junction. The music performances are as follows:
July 2 – Nikki & The Nimrods. Playing a variety of rock and country tunes, with the steady rhythm of guitar and funky bass.
July 9 – Big Road. 5-piece group featuring R&B, jazz, funk and country.
July 16 – Dan Lincoln & Jimmy D. A little bit of bluegrass and a little bit of country.
July 23 – Bret & Frisk. Local duo performing hits of the 1960s all the way up to present day.
July 30 – The Spotlight Polka Band. Variety of music for all tastes, specializing in polka and party music.
All performances begin at 7pm and end at 9pm. Come a bit early to visit Boulder Junction’s shopping district and have a bite to eat before the music begins. Performance location has a grassy area for sitting or dancing. Feel free to bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening of Music on Main Street.
Music on Main Street is sponsored by: Aqualand Ale House, Barb Boston & Jeff Long,
Boulder Beer Bar, Boulder Junction Community Foundation, DeKalb Blower, Erv Keller Guide Service,
FYI Northwoods, Moondeer & Friends Gallery, Peeplelures and Sauter Builders.
For more information on this and other area events, visit www.boulderjct.org or call the Chamber at 715-385-2400.
School of Arts at (Rhinelander)
Artists, poets, writers, actors, food enthusiasts, and those interested in healthy living will enjoy classes at the School of Arts (SOA) at Rhinelander July 19-23. This is the second year that the school offers courses of different lengths; classes range in length from one day to five days in length. Of the 55 classes offered this year, 32 are new, says Director Lynn Tarnoff. We are pleased to add such diverse disciplines as Fantastic Color for Painters and Regional Italian Cooking, along with returning favorites like Native Flute and Five Days, Ten Poems. Other new sessions include: Art as Story: 2D and 3D Assemblage Hand-Painted Cookies Writing Mini-Memoirs Writing a 10-minute Play This is the 51st year that SOA has been offered in Rhinelander by University of Wisconsin-Madison Continuing Studies. Classes meet at James Williams Middle School in Rhinelander. Registration is now open! More information, including online registration, is available at www.soawisconsin.org.
The Goodwill Society of the Community Church of Boulder Junction's Annual Strawberry Social, Bake Sale, Bazaar & White Elephant Sale (Boulder Junction)
Annual Strawberry Social and Bazaar in Boulder Junction Tuesday July 22, 2014 The Goodwill Society of the Community Church of Boulder Junction invites the public to their annual Strawberry Social, Bake Sale, Bazaar & White Elephant Sale at the Boulder Junction Community Building Tuesday, July 22, 2014 from 8:00 to 2:00. Come at 8:00 for coffee, rolls & bake sale items ready for an early morning treat or to take home. Come early for the Best Choices at the Bazaar and White Elephant sale. Bazaar features handmade items such as wood crafts, note cards, purses, much more. White Elephant sale includes GOOD, USED household items, jewelry, books, games, puzzles, DVD;s, CDs, sports equipment, linens, and more The famous BBQ lunch will be served from 10:00 to 2:00 for $5.00, strawberries, shortcake, ice cream for $5.00 and beverages for $1.00. Buy BBQ lunch and strawberry dessert and beverage is free. Take outs available. Proceeds support church mission projects: Community Food Pantry, Habitat for Humanity, Hospice, Bibles, College Scholarships, Gideon Int., local and world wide missions.
Forest County Childhood Immunization Clinic (Crandon)
Immunizations are FREE to those that qualify. Please contact us with questions on qualifications or to schedule an appointment (715-478-3371).
Great Folle Avoine Fur Trade Rendezvous (Danbury)
Rendezvous Over 150 camps gather to re enact the fur trade era. Traders Row, Demonstrations, Workshops, Competitions Black Powder, Tomahawk, Archery, Food. Cost adults $8.00 6-12 yrs $6.00 under 6 free
2014 Walking Garden Tour (Rhinelander)
One of the only walking garden tours in the area. Enjoy the seceret gardens surrounding the historic Onieda County Court House. This is an easy 1.5 mile stroll through a nieghborhood featuring many victorian homes. Tickets are $10 and you are able to purchase at Forth Floral, Hanson's Garden Village, Trics Service Center, Customer's Choice Landscaping, Ministry Home Care and day of event tickets along with quilt raffle will be available at the old school arts and learning center. All proceeds benefit Ministry Hospice.
Lac du Flambeau Lions Club Brewfest (Minocqua)
The Lac du Flambeau Lions Club will hold its 10th annual Brewfest 7/26/2014. More than 40 breweries. Live music, raffles, food available. $25 pre-buy / $30 at the gate. Tickets at www.lacduflambeaubrewfest.com, Minocqua Chamber or Trigs. All proceeds go to charity.
Lakeland Coin & Stamp Club Show (Woodruff)
Gourmet Bike Tour (Neenah)
The Best Friends Gourmet Bike Tour is a ride through the Neenah countryside with many routes to choose from. The family route - 4 to 12 miles and a 25, 55, 75, or the 100 mile Century routes. Rest stops along the route feature baked goods, fresh fruits, and beverages. Following the tour a Gourmet Picnic will be served from 10:30am to 3:00pm at the school featuring homemade soups, vegetables, beverages, sub sandwiches, wraps and calzones. Check out our website for more information or call 920-729-5600 or e-mail info(at)bestfriendsnm(dot)org To register on-line go to Active.com. The mapped tour will have mechanical assistance, sag wagons and all distances have rest stops with Replenish energy drink, water, home baked goods, & fresh fruit. Upon completion of the tour, cyclists will enjoy a gourmet picnic featuring fresh bakery, homemade soups, calzones, sub sandwiches, wraps and beverages.
Sacred Heart Hospital Foundation Golf Outing (Tomahawk)
Get out the clubs, carts, shades, and get ready for one of the area’s best kept secrets. The Twenty-Eighth Annual Sacred Heart Hospital Foundation Golf Outing will be held Sunday, July 27, at the Edgewater Country Club in Tomahawk.
The event includes a grilled to perfection steak dinner with all the fixings, and prizes throughout the afternoon. Area businesses will sponsor holes along the course, adding challenges, excitement and prizes to the event. If your business would like to sponsor a hole or sponsor a prize, please call 715.453.7770 for more information.
The format is a four-person 9-hole scramble that appeals to both the skilled and occasional golfer. All players hit their ball, choose the best shot and all players play from that spot. Awards will be presented to the team with the lowest overall score and to a randomly drawn team with the lowest score. A shotgun start will begin at 2 p.m. with registration from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. The entry fee is $37.50 per person or $75/couple. Registration forms can be obtained from Ministry Sacred Heart Hospital, WJJQ Radio, or the Edgewater Country Club.
All proceeds will be utilized by the Foundation to further its mission of enhancing healthcare services in the Tomahawk community. Some of the many projects funded by the Foundation include free bicycle helmets for elementary students, free health screenings, healthcare scholarships, Happy Kids Backpack Program, support for diabetic patients unable to pay for their supplies, and the Concussion Program for our young athletes, just to name a few.
For more information please call Susan at 715.453.7770.
Ron Messer Benefit (Antigo)
Benefit for Ron Messer. Music by The Basement Band w/Stone Soup Brothers, and the Yellow Rose Band Featuring Bob and Shelly Strong. There will be raffles, silent auctions, paddle wheel, food, face painting and a bake sale. Fun starts at 3 to 9 PM. Something for everyone. Open to the Public. Donations can be made to: CoVantage Credit Union, 723 Sixth Ave., Antigo, Wi 54409. Checks payable to Ronald Messer Benefit.
After Loon Delight Craft Show (Minocqua)
If you missed Mercer's Loon Day, don't miss Minocqua's After Loon Delight Craft Show located in beautiful Torpy Park on Lake Minocqua. The show features unique handcrafted items by over 100 exhibitors along with live music, food and kids activities.
Ride with Leinie
Saturday, August 9th, enjoy a day of biking, Leinenkugel beer tasting and brat lunch to benefit the continuing expansion of the Wilderness Lakes Trails bike and pedestrian system. Dick Leinenkugel will lead the 9 am bike ride and be on hand during lunch to discuss his family heritage of beer making in Wisconsin. Friday evening August 8th, Forest Lake Country Store will host a traditional Wisconsin Shore Lunch Fish Fry from 4:30 to 7:30.
Wisconsin Concrete Park Celebration (Phillips)
A celebration of the arts in a park setting with FREE fun for the whole family. Lots of kids activities and entertainment for all ages including make & take art activities, quilt display, live music, guided park tours, silent auction, beverages and great food. And enjoy watching amateur and professional area artists of all ages paint scenes of the park throughout the afternoon. No registration required.
Plein Air Painting Workshop & Competition (Phillips)
The Wisconsin Art Environment Consortium will again sponsor a Plein Air Workshop and Competition at several of its art environments throughout Wisconsin. The workshop instructor at Wisconsin Concrete Park, Bob Tarrell, is a long-time art professor at Edgewood College and a Plein Air painter, and will introduce his style of painting in open air for all ages. The Saturday workshop starts with a morning demonstration, followed by hours of painting & ends with critiques. Easels & materials are provided. All plein air paintings done at the park both days are eligible to enter into the competition for $965 in cash prizes. Judging will start at 4:30pm Sunday with an artists reception at the Friends of Fred Smith Studio. All ages are welcome to join in the fun of painting in plein air. Winning paintings from the competition at Wisconsin Concrete Park will also be eligible to compete statewide with paintings from other sites in an online judging on the Kohler Foundation website and a second round of cash prizes. Call for more information and to register. 715-339-7282
Wool Felting and Embellishing
Pam Metsala will be at the park demonstrating techniques of wool felting from shrinking old wool items or knitted wool to embellishing items with roving and felting needles. Some supplies will be on hand to make a pair of mittens or small purse. Experiment with your own felt with advanced practices. Registration required.
Rummage Sale to Benefit Hospice (Tomahawk)
The 5th Annual Life's Treasures Rummage and Bake Sale will be held at the Myre Electric building located at N11585 County Road Y in Tomahawk on Saturday, Aug. 16, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. to benefit Ministry Home Care Hospice Services. This features multiple rummage sales, all under one roof!
Arrive early for the best selection and bring your friends and your appetite. There will be something for everyone at this fun Tomahawk event - come to shop, sell, eat and win! It will be many rummage sales in one, with community members selling their goods and donating a portion to hospice (vendors must register in advance). The bake sale will feature a variety of delicious homemade goodies, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting the care of hospice patients and their families. Anyone can deliver baked goods the day of the event, or contact the hospice office to make other arrangements.
For more information, contact Carol White at 715.453.2821.
C & J Promotions 2014 Antique Show
Admission $4.00 Under 14 Free. Partially benefiting Special Olympics.
Neon Glow Fun Run (Prentice)
Wisconsin's Original Nighttime 5K Fun Run see www.neonglowfunrun.com for details!
Minocqua No Frills Marathon (Minocqua)
The Minocqua No Frills Marathon continues to keep it simple and affordable for its third year because, at this marathon, it's all about the race. The race accommodates those who aspire to run their first marathon, as well as veteran runners trying to better their times or qualify for the Boston Marathon. Cost is $35 through Friday, August 30th register online at www.minocquanofrillsmarathon.com or at the Minocqua Chamber of Commerce. The race will begin at 7 am at Nokomis Community Park, 20 miles south of Minocqua, and follows the Bearskin Trail back to finish at the trail head behind the Minocqua Post Office. The No Frills Marathon is proud to be a certified qualifying race for the Boston Marathon.
World Championship Musky Classic Fishing Tournament (Boulder Junction-Manitowish Waters-Winchester)
The 38th annual World Championship Musky Classic fishing tournament will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 5th, 6th and 7th, 2014. This fishing tournament is supported and sponsored by the Presque Isle, Boulder Junction, Manitowish Waters and Winchester communities. Each community has a designated number of lakes that are available for the tournament. This tournament is open to all people, who love to fish of any age, skill-set or gender. Clubs/teams are also welcome. The money raised from the Musky Classic goes towards scholarships for students from the North Lakeland area. This scholarship consists of a $1000 per year towards college costs for a 2 year or 4 year degree. The WCMC tournament has supported over 36 deserving students for a total of $126,000 in scholarships over the years. Registrations are now being accepted until the morning of orientation. Orientation begins at the Manitowish Waters Community Center on Hwy 51 N at 9am on Friday, Sept 5th. Free coffee and donuts are available at 8:00 AM Friday morning. During registration, fishermen will pick up their entry hats and drawing tickets. At orientation, their hat ticket will be used for a drawing for 3 prizes to be given away. You must be present to win. The fishing for the tournament begins at noon on Friday and goes until 6:00 PM. Saturday fishing is from 7:00 AM until 6:00 PM. Sunday fishing is from 7:00 AM until 11:00 AM. This year's awards ceremony will be hosted at Winchester Community Park following the event on Sunday, September 7th located on Old County O in Winchester. Raffle prizes and food will be ready at 11:00 AM on Sunday and the awards ceremony will be at promptly at 1:00 PM sharp. There are 18 trophies and awards to be presented, plus many, many other prizes are given away through raffle tickets that are available for a donation. There will be a special drawing for a $450 Rod/Reel Combo for one lucky participant who is present at this ceremony. The WCMC is now accepting registrations for this year's tournament: To request an entry application or to get more information, call Beth Kebl at 715-543-2657 or Beth Meyer at 715-499-3245 or log on to our website at www.wcmuskyclassic.com.
Lugerville School Pie Auction & Raffle (Phillips)
Delicious pies will be up for auction followed by raffle drawings for guns, flat-screen TV and various other items. Everyone is welcome to attend and bid on the pie of their choosing or participate in raffle drawings. Members of Save the Lugerville School group and the area community donate pies for the auction. All proceeds earned go directly back into maintaining the Lugerville School/Community Center building.
SHARE THIS PAGE ON FACEBOOK: