Northwest Wisconsin Events
Sat27May201710 a.m.-4 p.m.Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum, Spooner
Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Day & Boat Show
Join us at the Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum is for its annual summer season opening event. Enjoy live music in the beer garden while sampling the food and beverages available. There is a canoe and wooden boat show in front of the museum, museum tours and open house in the museum exhibit hall, and ongoing activities and demostrations in the canoe workshop.
Lawn Mower Races
Hot laps are at noon; races begin at 1 p.m.; six classes – IMOW, AP, SP, STOCK, BP, and FX; trophies for top five places; 1/6-mile oval track; grandstand seating; concessions will be available. Proceeds go to the Fifield Volunteer Fire Department. Affiliated with the American Racing Mower Association (ARMA) and the Badger State Mower Racing Association (BSMRA). 715-762-4739
Truck Pull & Independence Day Celebration
Parade starts at 10:15 a.m. and ends at Memorial Park; horseshoe tournament after the parade; craft sale begins at 11 a.m.; softball tournament-11am; 4-wheel truck pull-1pm (registration begins at 11am); bingo, concessions, kids games and crowning of the queen. Sponsored by the Kennan Volunteer Fire Department.
17th Annual Putt Run Motorcycle Ride Fundraiser
Sat10Jun20176:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.Washburn County Fairgrounds, Spooner
Tri-County Dairy Breakfast
Bring your apetite and your love of Wisconsin's dairy products to the annual Tri County Dairy Breakfast held at the Washburn County Fairgrounds in Spooner. Enjoy a delicious breakfast of pancakes, local maple syrup & honey butter, sausage, Wisconsin cheese, mild and of course, ice cream! In addition, enjoy great activities includeing face painting, petting zoo, FFA alumni silent auction, door prizes, horse & wagon rides, music and the famous cow. For more information call 715-822-8804.
Sat10Jun20178am-3pmIron River, WI
Annual Iron River Veterans Memorial Park Bike Ride – 8 Mile and 48 Mile Ride
- Annual Iron River Veterans Memorial Park Bike Ride – 8 Mile and 48 Mile Ride
Starts and finishes at the Iron River Community Center, 8275 E. Mill Street, Iron River, Wisconsin
Water and snack stops en route. T-shirt and course map will be available the day of the ride. food and beverages will be available at the Community Center at the completion of the ride. Entry Fee: $25 On Or Before May 19, $30 After May 19. Registrations must be received by May 19th to receive a shirt on ride day.Payment must be made by check.
Checks Payable To: Veterans Memorial Park Association
Mail To: Ray Kangas, 71590 Hoover Line Road, Iron River, WI 54847
Questions Call: Ray Kangas 715-372-4654 Email: email@example.com
- Annual Iron River Veterans Memorial Park Bike Ride – 8 Mile and 48 Mile Ride
Fifield Fire Fabulous Flambeau Float
Sat17Jun20179 a.m.-4 p.m.Railroad Memories Museum, Spooner
Railroad Heritage Festival
Sun18Jun201712:00 pmWisconsin Great Northern Railroad Train Depot, Spooner
Father's Day Lunch Train
Treat dad to a very special lunch this Father's Day onboard the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad. See a locomotive up close and relax onboard a 1950's era train. Along the way you will delight in a scrumptious meal and see typical sights of the Northwoods. Full service bar is available on this 2 hour excursion. Visit the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad Website or call 715-635-3200
Hayward Musky Festival
Hayward's largest community festival celebrating Wisconsin's Northwoods and our great fishing tradition. Musky Festival takes place the weekend following Father's Day weekend each year in downtown Hayward, Wisconsin.
The weekend includes the crowning of the Musky Festival Queen, sidewalk sales, large handmade art & craft show, live music, children's games, mouth-watering food booths, 5K/ Run/Walk and 10K Run as well as a Minnow Run for those 12 and younger, catch & release fishing contest, fishing photo contest, a carnival and large street dances featuring Midwest known music groups on Friday and Saturday nights. The whole weekend concludes with the Grand Parade on Sunday down Main Street.
Thu06Jul2017Sat08Jul20177:30 pmWashburn County Fairgrounds, Spooner
64th Annual Heart of the North Rodeo
Since 1954, Spooner Rodeo has guaranteed -- and delivered -- the biggest thrills, spills and outright excitement that professional rodeo can offer. Every year at Spooner, top-ranked competitors pit their skills against the clock and Barnes Company's biggest, roughest and wiliest stock in pro rodeo's most exciting events: bareback and saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, bull riding and team roping. Spooner Rodeo is world-class competition that you have got to see.
2017 is looking like a great year for the 64th Annual Spooner Rodeo! You'll have a chance to watch John Payne "The One Armed Bandit" perform in addition to the great rodeo action. On Saturday, there will be loads of rodeo entertainment including the Spooner Rodeo Parade, Spooner Stampede 1k and 5k, Block Party with the UW Badger Marching Band, Bucky Badger & Sasquatch.
You can order tickets by calling 1-800-367-3306 or online at the Spooner Rodeo Website
Park Falls Flea Market
Thu13Jul2017Sun16Jul2017LCO tribal grounds
LCO Honor the Earth PowWow
Family and friends gather together to celebrate Ojibwe tradition. Drum roll call at 6 pm Thursday, the Honor the Earth youth royalty will be crowned at 5 pm Saturday, four grand entries of dancers; 7 pm Friday, 1 pm and 7 pm Saturday and 1 pm Sunday. Many arts, crafts, food booth, frybread and wild rice cooking contests, honoring the veterans, Ojibwe Woman of the Year and much more! 715-634-8934
8th Annual Antique & Tractor Expo
For all ages - antique tractors, equipment & other items, demonstrations - wood processor, blacksmith, shingle mill and others; musical entertainment - 11am-3pm both days; the Orange Blossom Special - free rides for kids plus other activities including JDJ Funny Farm Petting Zoo, a bike give-away for ages 5-14, & make jump ropes; guess the mystery item contest; Square Dancing with caller Gary Edinger; raffle and silent auction (includes a major item), Bake Sale sponsored by PCAA Members both days; food & beverages; 50/50 raffle; Crafts & Vendor tables (indoor & outdoor); Tractor Parade near the end of the day; PCAA T-shirts will be available for purchase. Sunday - Antique Car Show 9am-2pm - $5.00 entry fee. Sponsored by the Price County Antique Association – on Facebook. To display items call Jeff at 715-762-2342 or Walter at 715-428-2315; vendors, demonstrators or exhibitors call Beverly at 715-339-3761, Donna at 715-762-3919, or Jeff at 715-762-2342.
Lumberjack World Championships
The Lumberjack World Championships showcase over 21 events competing for world records in events ranging from men's and women's logrolling, to chopping, to the exciting pole climb. Over 100 plus competitors' vie for more than $50,000 in prize money, making this the largest payback for lumberjack competition in the world.
Thu27Jul2017Sun30Jul2017Washburn County Fairgrounds, Spooner
Washburn County Fair
Come to the Washburn County Fairgrounds in Spooner to experience a real small town county fair! While you are at the fair check out the carnival rides and games, taste some delicious food from the 4-H food stand and other vendors, listen to live music at one of the band performances, cheer on the kids at the Kiddie Tractor Pull and Mutton Busting events, pet the baby animals in the barn, watch the horses speed around the barrels on gymkhana night and much more! For more information, call 715-635-8746 or visit the Washburn County Fair Website
Jack Pine Savage Days
Spooner's favorite summer festival, Jack Pine Savage Days brings tons of fun to this small Northwest Wisconsin town. This summer weekend is fill with great events including the Savage Dash 5K Mud run, Kid's Dash, arts & crafts fair, sidewalk sales, book sale, car show, sport tournaments, pancake breakfast and much more. For a full schedule, call 715-635-2168, or visit the Jack Pine Savage Day Website