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Community Events

  1. CNHM Golf Classic

    September 18, 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ TOIX and Deerprint courses, located midway between Cable and Drummond.

    he 18-hole tournament is played on the TOIX and Deerprint courses, located midway between Cable and Drummond along Lake Owen Drive. The Deerprint course, par 31, is short but challenging. The Other Nine (TOIX), par 34, is across the road from Deerprint, allowing the two courses to be played in an 18-hole format. A few push-pull carts are available, as well as several motorized carts for those with special needs. The event includes lunch prior to golf, with cocktails served and prizes given during awards presentation. Cost is $150 per individual golfer or $500 per Foursome. First-time NEW attendees play for $125! All proceeds will benefit the Cable Natural History Museum. What a great way to enjoy golf in Wisconsin and participate in this golf fundraiser to help raise funds for the Cable Natural History Museum in Northern Wisconsin.

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  2. Weekly Wednesday Farmer's Market

    September 18, 2019, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ North Coast Coffee parking lot

    Weekly Farmer's Market. Never know who or what will be there so make sure to stop in and check things out!

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  3. Geology of the Northwoods

    September 19, 2019, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Cable Natural History Museum

    Join geologist Fred Haueter on a driving tour that highlights Northwest Wisconsin geology! Begin on Hwy 27 south of Barnes and end at Amnicon Falls State Park. Participants will explore evidence of glacial geology (striations, hummocky terrain, outwash plain, kettle lakes, sand dune, Glacial Lake Duluth spillway) and bedrock geology (basalt lava flows, volcanic conglomerates, Weyerhauser copper mine, Douglas Fault and Bayfield sandstone). Meet at the Cable Natural History Museum at 9:00 a.m. for a short overview presentation, then carpool to the sites and return by 4:00 p.m. Dress for the weather. Bring a sack lunch, snacks, and water. Registration required by September 16. $25 member/$30 non-member.

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  4. Red Cliff Days

    September 20, 2019 - September 22, 2019

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  5. Fish Flippin' 5k Run/Walk

    September 21, 2019, All Day @ Iron River National Fish Hatchery

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  6. Iron River National Fish Hatchery Open House

    September 21, 2019, All Day @ Iron River National Fish Hatchery

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  7. Trails North ATVers Fall Fun Fest

    September 21, 2019, All Day @ The Other Place Bar & Grill

    Join the fun at the annual Trails North ATVers Fall Fun Fest Fundraiser at The Other Place Bar & Grill. There will be food, raffles, live music and lots of fun!

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  8. Fall Nature Photography Hike

    September 21, 2019, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Cable Natural History Museum

    Use your lens to find inspiration in nature! We’ll start inside to review seasonal nature highlights and basic photography tips. Then carpool to a local trail for a naturalist-guided hike and photo opportunities. Bring any type of camera, from smartphone to digital SLR, as we focus on composition and connecting to nature. Ages 16 and up. Meet at the Museum at 8:30 a.m. Return by 10:30 a.m. Donations accepted

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  9. Port Wing Saturday Market

    September 21, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    The Port Wing Saturday Market started 6 years ago with a handful of vendors. It has grown into a fun shopping place to hang out on Saturday mornings from May to October. The focus of the Port Wing Saturday Market is fresh, locally grown produce, plants and flowers. Our local farmers grow a wide variety of your favorite veggies and fruits. They also sell maple syrup, jams, jellies, farm fresh eggs & meats. Not only do we have fresh local produce, we offer local artists the opportunity to showcase their art: handmade books, stone and beaded jewelry, wood-carved and wood-turned spoons and other utensils, pottery, soaps and lotions, knitted hats & mittens, handwoven rag-rugs, bird paintings on wood and funny signs, just right for your cabin or guesthouse. When you are on the South Shore of Lake Superior, don't forget to stop by and visit!

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  10. Big TAP ChautauquaFest at Big Top Cahutauqua

    September 21, 2019, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Big Top Chautauqua

    Hosted by Big Top Chautauqua and Mt. Ashwabay Ski and Recreation Area, Big TAP features brews under the big tent, local cuisine, a commemorative tasting mug, live music, hammerschlagen and much fun. Spend an autumn afternoon enjoying unlimited samples of local, regional and craft brews from more than 30 breweries, wineries and distilleries. Take a break for gourmet tasting featuring area restaurants, producers and caterers from 1-3pm. Participants can hike up and around Nordic and alpine ski trails to the ridge of Mt. Ashwabay. The vista offers outstanding views of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands.

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  11. Sunday Summer Serenades

    September 22, 2019, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Rookery Pub

    Summer 2019 marks the Rookery’s 8th full season of live outdoor music, with free performances every Sunday afternoon from June 16 thru September 29. On music Sundays we feature a special outdoor patio menu. Food is served beginning at 1:30 and the music runs from 2-5. All outdoor seating is first come first served so we recommend you arrive early to secure your spot. The music goes on, rain or shine! We simply bring things indoors should weather conditions prove too harsh for our outdoor covered pavilion.

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  12. Senior Social

    September 25, 2019, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Bayfield Lakeside Pavilion

    All area seniors are invited to attend the Apple Festival Senior Social. Seniors are treated to apple pies contributed by the community and area businesses along with ice cream, apple cider, and coffee. A Senior Social King and Queen is crowned and prize drawings are held throughout this free event. Because of limited seating, groups should contact the Chamber at (715) 779-3335 to reserve space

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  13. Weekly Wednesday Farmer's Market

    September 25, 2019, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ North Coast Coffee parking lot

    Weekly Farmer's Market. Never know who or what will be there so make sure to stop in and check things out!

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  14. Apple Pie and Dessert Contest

    September 25, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Bayfield Lakeside Pavilion

    The public is invited to indulge in handcrafted apple treats at the Apple Pie and Dessert Tasting from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm. Everyone is encouraged to beat the crowds and take part in this early bird event before the Apple Festival officially begins and enjoy plenty of ice cream and apple pie. Admission to the social is $2 if wearing a 2019 Apple Festival button or $3 without a button. Included in the admission is a slice of delicious apple pie, Tetzner's cinnamon ice cream and a beverage. The winning pies and desserts will be announced at 7:00 pm, and attendees will have the opportunity to sample all of the winners!

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  15. Wapati by the Water

    September 26, 2019, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Cable Natural History Museum

    Join Brenda Maier—Wisconsin Master Naturalist and co-owner of True North Guiding and Outfitters—for a float trip down the west fork of the Chippewa River, right through the heart of elk country. She’ll talk about the history of elk in this area, including the reintroductions, explain how Snapshot Wisconsin trail cameras have played an integral role in monitoring the reintroduced elk herds, and share stories of her own personal encounters with Chequamegon Elk. Brenda will even use her elk call in the hopes of hearing a bull bugle in response. Meet at Boulder Lodge at 3:00 p.m. and return by 7:00 p.m. Dress for the weather. Bring your own canoe or kayak (a few will be available to borrow), snacks, water. You don’t have to be a Master Naturalist to participate! And adult learners are welcome. Space is limited. Register by September 20. $35 member/$40 non-member.

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  16. 18th Annual Cable Area Fall Fest

    September 27, 2019 - September 28, 2019 @ Cable, WI

    The fall colors won't be the only things bursting to life this fall. The Cable Area Fall Fest, held annually the last weekend of September, offers visitors of every age entertaining opportunities sure to make this your favorite festival of the year. Cornstalks, hay bales, and pumpkins line the roads throughout the Cable community. Live music, car, motorcycle and truck show, arts and crafts vendors, and incredible food vendors fill the streets all for your enjoyment.

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  17. Birkie Trail Run Festival

    September 27, 2019, 1:00 PM - September 28, 2019, 11:00 PM @ Birkie Ridge Trailhead

    The nine events of the Birkie Trail Run, Relay and Trek feature the best sections of the famous Birkie Trail and single-track sections of the CAMBA trail system. This event is perfect for runners looking to break free from the roads. The Birkie Trail has a wide, grass covered, level surface, and the single-track is smooth and fast. But, make no mistake, this is a 100% trail race, with the famous Birkie hills, making for a challenging race. Hammer it or cover your favorite distance at a recreational pace. Either way, this event has a friendly, north woods vibe, awesome Vendor Fair, a finish-line party complete with a hot lunch, Birkie Brew-Ski craft beer and root beer, on-site camping, bonfires, and more. Make it a weekend of fun with family and friends! If you love to run on a great trail, this is the event to put on your calendar NOW. See you in September!

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  18. Celebrating the Silver Beach Elk

    September 27, 2019, 6:30 PM - September 28, 2019, 11:00 AM @ Barnes Town Hall

    Celebrating the Return of the Historic Silver Beach Elk (circa 1500) sponsored by the Barnes Area Historical Association. Friday presentation is "Wisconsin Elk Management: Past! Present! and Future?" by Laine Stowell, Elk Specialist with the WI DNR. Saturday presentation is "Archaeological Perspectives on the Silver Beach Elk" by Jean Hudson, Archaeologist with UW-Milwaukee. Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Eau Claire Lakes Area and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Funded in part by the Henry and Sarah Wheeler Historical Awareness Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.

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  19. Port Wing Saturday Market

    September 28, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    The Port Wing Saturday Market started 6 years ago with a handful of vendors. It has grown into a fun shopping place to hang out on Saturday mornings from May to October. The focus of the Port Wing Saturday Market is fresh, locally grown produce, plants and flowers. Our local farmers grow a wide variety of your favorite veggies and fruits. They also sell maple syrup, jams, jellies, farm fresh eggs & meats. Not only do we have fresh local produce, we offer local artists the opportunity to showcase their art: handmade books, stone and beaded jewelry, wood-carved and wood-turned spoons and other utensils, pottery, soaps and lotions, knitted hats & mittens, handwoven rag-rugs, bird paintings on wood and funny signs, just right for your cabin or guesthouse. When you are on the South Shore of Lake Superior, don't forget to stop by and visit!

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  20. Commemoration of the Treaty of 1854

    September 28, 2019, 10:00 AM - September 29, 2019, 4:00 PM @ Madeline Island Museum

    Learn about the history of the Treaty of 1854, which established the first Ojibwe reservations in Wisconsin and stipulated the rights of the Ojibwe to hunt, gather, and fish in the ceded territories. This special event commemorates the Treaty of 1854, which was signed at LaPointe, on Madeline Island. Special activities will be featured during the weekend event.

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  21. Sunday Summer Serenades

    September 29, 2019, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Rookery Pub

    Summer 2019 marks the Rookery’s 8th full season of live outdoor music, with free performances every Sunday afternoon from June 16 thru September 29. On music Sundays we feature a special outdoor patio menu. Food is served beginning at 1:30 and the music runs from 2-5. All outdoor seating is first come first served so we recommend you arrive early to secure your spot. The music goes on, rain or shine! We simply bring things indoors should weather conditions prove too harsh for our outdoor covered pavilion.

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Executive Committee Meetings

  1. Executive Committee

    September 19, 2019, 5:00 PM @ EOC

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Human Services Events Calendar

  1. Aging & Disability Services Advisory Committee Meeting

    September 16, 2019, 3:00 PM @ Conference Room B, Lower Level of the Courthouse

    Bi-monthly meeting of the Advisory Committee to the Aging & Disability Services Section of Human Services. Agenda details will be uploaded to the Aging & Disability Services Advisory Committee page of this website one week prior to the meeting. Current and previous meeting information, as well as minutes, may also be found on the Aging & Disability Services Advisory Committee page.

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  2. Nutrition Advisory Committee

    September 16, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Conference Room B, lower level of the Courthouse

    Quarterly meeting of the Nutrition Advisory Committee. Agenda details will be uploaded to the Nutrition Advisory Committee page of this website one week prior to the meeting. Current and previous meeting information, as well as minutes, may also be found on the Nutrition Advisory Committee page.

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  3. Powerful Tools for Caregivers 6 week Workshop

    September 24, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Evelyn Briggs Library in Iron River, WI

    Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an educational 6 week program designed to help family caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. You will benefit from this class whether you are helping a parent, spouse, friend or someone who lives at home, in a nursing home, or across the country. The six week course is offered free of charge, but registration is required by calling 715-292-6400, ext. 2. The class will be held at the Evelyn Briggs Public Library located at 68235 S Main St in Iron River, WI 54847 on Tuesdays from 9AM-noon running September 24th through October 29th, 2019.

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  4. Human Services Board Meeting

    September 26, 2019, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ EOC

    Monthly Human Services Board meeting. Agenda details will be uploaded to the Human Services Board page of this website one week prior to the meeting. Current and previous meeting information, as well as minutes, may also be found on the Human Services Board page.

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University of Wisconsin Extension

  1. UW-Extension Committee Meeting-September 18, 2019

    September 18, 2019, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Conference Room A - Lower Level

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