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November 6, 2019, 7:00 PM - November 9, 2019, 9:30 PM
November 6th, Bayfield and Drummond, November 7th Harbor View Event Center, Washburn, November 8 and 9th Bay Theatre Ashland,WI
November 9, 2019, 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM @ Iron River Community Center
ACROSS THE POND VETERANS PARK project is hosting a Forced Walk & Pig Roast to celebrate Veterans Day & the many volunteers of the Park Project. Music by the band "BADGE". Forced Walk will be from Brule to Iron River. (To participate or sponsor a walker contact Steve Schaefer (Shrek) at 715-813-5237). Pork Dinner ($10.00) will be served. Beer from South Shore Brewery. 50/50 raffle, Quilt raffle & gun raffles! LOADS of FUN for a great day & an even GREATER CAUSE!
Across The Pond Veterans Park, Inc. is a non-profit created for the purpose of constructing a recreational park with a Veterans honor wall, waterfront access for fishing & boating, RV campsites, tent sites & walking trail. The camp will have a social/recreational building for education/event activities & picnic & playground areas. The purpose is to honor American Veterans while increasing public awareness of their sacrifices & current needs while providing public recreational opportunities in an environment that honors them.
November 9, 2019, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Cable Community Center
Join us for a concert featuring the writings of two of the world's
great naturalists, John Muir and Sigurd Olson, intertwined with
the “nature-forged” music of Ed Willett, Cheryl Leah, and
Warren Nelson. This trio of prominent musicians now in their
25th year together have brought under one roof the best of their
of their two programs: Willett and Leah's "John Muir - University
of the Wilderness" and Warren Nelson's "Song for the Wild."
2:00 p.m. at the Cable Community Center. Reservations are
requested by November 8. Tickets are $20.