Northwest Wisconsin Events
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Coho Madness Fishing Tournament
The Apostle Islands Sport Fishermen's Association fall Coho Madness Tournament offers cash and merchandise prizes to participants for winning fish in a number of categories, not just coho, as well as raffle drawings and food and entertainment.
Celebrate Apple Harvest Festival with us!
There's so much to celebrate in this bountiful harvest season that we're celebrating 2 weekends in a row (& in between)!
We've got allot of fun things planned for the whole family!
Arts/Crafts vendors, food vendors, music, orchard maze & everything apple!!
Plus our Country Store with the best bakery ever! And an antique cabin shop! For info please call the Orchard at 715-779-5909.
We are pleased to announce the inaugural Garmisch Oktoberfest! Join us in a celebration of Wisconsin musical, confectionary, and brewing talent at the historic Garmisch USA Resort. Enjoy performances in the shifting autumnal air over the shore of Lake Namakagon. Tickets available online at : http://garmoktoberfest.brownpapertickets.com/
Cable Area Fall Fest
Activities kick off on Friday with local stores offering sidewalk specials, and a Fall Harvest Dessert Contest, sign up to be an "official" judge by contacting the Chamber for more information. The evening concludes with a Corn & Pig Roast, Beer & Wine Garden, and Live Music so bring your dancing shoes!
Saturday kicks into high gear with a Pumpkin Pecan Pancake Breakfast, Art & Craft Vendors, 3k Color Dash, Car, Motorcycle, and Truck Show, Live Music, Oktoberfest, Bounce Houses and Carnival Games, and SO MUCH MORE! With so much to do and everyone having such a good time you will find yourself longing for time to stand still!
56th Annual Bayfield Apple Festival
Hailed as one of the “10 Best Fall Harvest Festivals in the Nation” in 2015 by USA TODAY, the annual Apple Festival is a celebration of the autumn harvest and Bayfield’s agricultural heritage. But what exactly makes it so great? Is it the charming small town atmosphere? The famous Grand Parade featuring a “Mass Band”? The countless booths of fresh apple pies, tarts, caramel apples, ciders and other fall treats? Well, YES! Make plans now to experience for yourself all that makes Applefest unquestionably one of the best festivals in October… well, anywhere!
Celebrate Apple Harvest Festival with us!
There's so much to celebrate in this bountiful harvest season that we're celebrating 2 weekends in a row (& in between)! We've got allot of fun things planned for the whole family! Arts/Crafts vendors, food vendors, music, orchard maze & everything apple!! For info on vendor space, please call the Orchard at 715-779-5909.
39th Annual Cranberry Festival
The first Saturday of October every year brings thousands of people to the noramlly quiet town ofo Stone Lake, WI. This is when the Annual Stone Lake Cranberry Fesival is held in celebration of the cranberry harvest. Everywhere you turn, there will be delectable branberry treats to tempt your taste buds! Events include: cranberry marsh tours, parade, crate derby, arts & crafts fair and much more! For more information you can visit the Stone Lake Crnaberry Festival Website
Jack O Lantern Festival
Located in dowtown Spooner, the annual Jack O' Lantern Festival brings families out to celebrate the fall season. Have you ever seen a pumpkin rooling and careening down Siegner Hill? If not, be sure to check out the pumpkin roll; it's a blast for the kiddos! In addition to the pumpkin roll, you'll want to plan on spending some time in the inflatable play park where for $5, the kids can play and jump to their heart's content. Other fun activities for the whole family include kids' games, pumpkin painting, giant pumpkin weigh-in contest, live music, 5K Zombie Run and much more! For more information call 715-635-2168.
5k Zombie Run
Join us for a cryptic, fall evening 5K Zombie Run that will take runners through the haunted woods of Spooner! But beware of what's around the next bend...you may have to run for your life!! All racers will be required to sign and turn in a waiver before participating. 5K Zombie Run participants are encouraged (but not required) to dress up in their scariest zombie attire. While registration is on an individual basis, ravers are encouraged to run with friends (you may need a hand to hold!). Water stations will be located at the approzimated half-way point and at the finish line. The course will be clearly marked. The course terrain will contain paved trail and road/sidewalk. CASH prizes awareded for 1st place finishers (men's and women's divisions) Prizes also awarded for 2nd & 3rd in both divisions and Best Zombie Costume. Rain or Shine. For more information contact the Spooner Area Chamber of Commerce at 715-635-2168 or visit the Spooner Area Chamber of Commerce Website
This is a Halloween-Themed community event. We encourage you to have fun with this Halloween theme, while you promote your organization in the community.
The parade will line up at 10:00 a.m. on Broadway Street (Entrance on Hammond Avenue) and proceed to Banks Avenue. The parade will conclude at 14th Street and Banks Avenue. Hand-outs, candy, and giveaways are welcome along with our parade route. Prizes will be awarded at the conclusion of the parade. If you are an organization located in the BID, your parade entry is free. There is a small $20 entry fee for all other organizations outside of the BID to help offset the costs of this event.
The Pumpkin Patch will take place from 11:30 - 2:00 with games, live music, bounce houses, vendors, free pumpkins for the first 200. If you would like to have a booth in the patch contact the BID office at 715-394-3557.
At the end of all of the events, you can head over to the World of Wheels at 2:00 for Spooktacular skating. You can save $2 from the admission if you come in costume.
All of us at the Superior BID look forward to celebrating this beautiful Spooktacular season with you, and showing our community all of the wonderful things that Superior has to offer!
If you have any questions regarding the parade, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
Zombie Days is a family celebration of Halloween! Friday kicks off with a blood drive and pumpkin carving contest. Join in the fun Saturday with a scavenger hunt, bike race, parade, Lion's Club Kids Carnival, Haunted Hallway, chili cook-off, Haunted Family Fun Run 5k and much more. Be aware (but don’t be scared) by the characters along the way!
Oulu Glass Holiday Show & Free Classes
Check out the Oulu Glass Holiday Show with daily demonstrations and free classes for kids and adults!
Thanksgiving Buffet Train
Experience a delicious buffet meal while enjoying the scenery along the beautiful Namekagon River through Wisconsin’s Northwoods. Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving feast of turkey, mashed potatoes & gravy, stuffing, corn O'Brien, cranberry sauce, dinner roll, pumpkin pie, and choice of beverage. For more information call: 715-635-3200 or visit the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad Website
Santa's Pizza Party Train Ride
A family favorite, Santa's Pizza Party Train Ride, celebrates the upcoming season aboard a historic train along the scenic Namekagon River. The train ride incluces pizza, a holiday cookie, hot chocolate and a speicial gift for each child. Train departs the Trego at 11am and 2pm every Saturday and Sunday November 25th-December 17th. For more reservations call 715-635-3200 or go online to the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad Website
Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony & Wassail Concert
The season officially begins when the town’s Christmas tree is lit up at the Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm. Enjoy the fresh pine garlands and LED holiday lights that will make all of Rittenhouse Avenue sparkle with holiday cheer! After the ceremony, warm up in the Lakeside Pavilion while listening to Christmas carols performed by the Rittenhouse Inn Singers.
Christmas in Cable
Start the Holiday Season off right with breakfast with Santa, a huge art & craft fair, Christmas Cookie Bazaar and shopping specials at local stores right here in the Cable Area
Santa arrives on the Madeline Island Ferry
Bring the kids to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus as they make a memorable appearance in Bayfield on the Madeline Island Ferry. Upon their arrival, children will get an opportunity to meet Santa and have a picture taken (bring your own camera) in the Lakeside Pavilion from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Each child will also receive a goody bag from Mrs. Claus and refreshments compliments of the Bayfield Chamber of Commerce.
Lakewoods New Year's Eve Celebration
Celebrate the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018. Dinner specials in our restaurant and entertainment in Buck's Bar with a champagne toast at the stroke of midnight.