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Calendar of Events


Upcoming Events
Start DateEnd DateEvent Description
9-18-201410-7-2014Flu Shots in Oneida County
A flu clinic was held Sept. 15 at the Nokomis Town Hall. Other dates and local sites include:

** Thursday, Sept. 18, St. Francis of Assisi Church-Pier Willow, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.; Monday, Sept. 29, Lakeland Senior Center-Woodruff, 9:30 to 11 a.m.;

**Tuesday, Oct. 7, Cassian Town Hall, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

For more information contact the Oneida County Health Department at 715-369-6111.
9-18-20149-18-2015Alzheimer's-Dementia Suppirt
An Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Group meets the third Thursday of the month (Sept. 18) at 3 p.m. at the Tomahawk Senior Community Center, 113 S. Tomahawk Ave. All are welcome. Coffee and cookies are served.
9-23-20149-30-2014POOL SCHEDULE
Monday, Sept. 29 High school girls’ dive practice, 6-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, 3:30-6 p.m.; deep water exercise class, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 30 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; shallow water exercise class, 8-9 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, 3:30-6 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 High school girls’ dive practice, 6:30-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, 3:30-6 p.m.; deep water exercise class, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 2 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; shallow water exercise class, 8-9 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team hosts Colby, 5:30 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 3 High school girls’ dive practice, 6:30-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, 3:30-6 p.m.;

Saturday, Oct. 4 Pool closed.

Sunday, Oct. 5 Open swim, 3-5 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 6 High school girls’ dive practice, 6-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, 3:30-6 p.m.; deep water exercise class and two-lane lap swim, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 7 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; shallow water exercise class, 8-9 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, 3:30-6 p.m.
9-23-201410-31-2014Arthritis walking program
Arthritis Foundation Walk with Ease Program Tomahawk classes will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:30 to 10:30 am Sept. 23-Oct. 31 at the SARA Park arena center. There is a $10 suggested donation for the six-week program. Registration is required at 715-536-0311.
9-30-201410-7-2014Government Meetings
Tuesday, Sept. 30 – North Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, 9 a.m., board office, Stevens Point. Agenda includes: WIA plan.

Tuesday, Sept. 30 – Nicolet College Board of Trustees special committee meeting, 9:30 a.m., Nicolet College, Rhinelander. Agenda includes: presidential search.

Tuesday, Sept. 30 – Town of Wilson Open Book, 6-8 p.m., town hall.

Tuesday, Sept. 30 – Lincoln County Maintenance Director c/o Markin Consulting Public Meeting, 7 p.m., William Buedingen Training Center, Tomahawk, to discuss study process, gather input as to what kind of events/activities be held at fairgrounds throughout year, and comments. Markin Consulting, national fair and fairground consulting firm, continuing feasibility study. Quorum of Lincoln County committees/County Board members may be present, no official business will be held.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Oneida County Planning and Development, 12:30 p.m., closed session (a. weekly rental District #2, single family, town of Woodruff); b. dilapidated structures in Pine Lake); open session; 1 p.m., regular meeting, announcement, action taken in closed session; ordinance amendment revisions to boathouses; boathouse, pier survey; staff write-ups, BOA decisions; staff attendance, WCCA fall conference, Minocqua; process to revise Oneida County Zoning and Shoreland Protection Ordinance due to revisions to NR115.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Oneida County Senior Center Advisory Council, 12:30 p.m., Keenan St., Rhinelander. Agenda includes: advisory council replacement; Alzheimer Memory Walk; Halloween party; fund raisers; name tags; greeting cards.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – City of Merrill CATV Committee, 4 p.m., Merrill High School. Agenda includes: elect chairperson; 2015 budget.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Merrill Area Public Schools Facilities Committee, 4 p.m., Jefferson Elementary School, Merrill. Agenda includes: Jefferson School walk-through; Kate Goodrich roof repair; Jay Stadium improvement project; 2014-15 maintenance vehicle purchase.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Oneida County Forestry, Land and Recreation, 4 p.m., Courthouse, Rhinelander. Agenda includes: forest management – timber stumpage revenue report, timber sale(s); closed session (Wilson Road gravel pit/NMM #14 and use of town of Lynne roads; open session; severance proposal; land acquisition account progress; Perch Lake parking lot; RASTA long range goals.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – City of Merrill Parks and Recreation Commission, 4:15 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes: presentation by Aquatic Design Construction, selection of firm for new water park constructions; trail signs, River Bend Trail.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Tomahawk School District Employee Relations Committee, 5 p.m., High School Library, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: closed session to negotiate with T.E.A. on base wage around C.P.I.; open session.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Merrill Area Public Schools Finance/Human Resources Committee, 5 p.m., Administration building, Merrill. Agenda includes: purchase of transportation management software; vacancy, recruitment, teacher compensation updates; review previous board discussions re: employee post employment benefits.

Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Cooperative Educational Service Agency No. 9 Board of Control, 6 p.m., CESA 9 office, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: reports; board development activity.

Thursday, Oct. 2 – Lincoln County Highway Committee, 7:30 a.m., Highway Commissioner’s Office, Merrill. Agenda includes: budget modification, $81,231.70, for performance based maintenance; North Central Region fall meeting attendance/per diem; shop diagnostic tool; grader buy back options; Heinemann Road discussion.

Thursday, Oct. 2 – Wisconsin Valley Library Service V-Cat, 9:30 a.m., Marathon County Public Library, Wausau. Agenda includes: bibliographic, interface, cooperative circulation reports; strategic plan; Sierra issues.

Thursday, Oct. 2 – Lincoln County Social Services Committee, 6 p.m., Health and Human Services Building, Merrill. Agenda includes: HAVEN service contract; sub-care report; possible response letter from committee in respect to Gov. Walker denying acceptance of federal funding for Medicaid/BadgerCare; hiring economic support specialist; building security system update.

Friday, Oct. 3 – Lincoln County Finance and Insurance Committee, 7:30 a.m., Service Center, Merrill. Agenda includes: Chamber of Commerce 2015 budget promotional request, $2,000; HAVEN 2015 budget request; maintenance projects funding requests – Veterans Service remodeling, 56 addition gas pipe meter, Courthouse tree removal-bell tower-boiler panel, 56 addition security door, group home; 2015 preliminary budget, tax levy; North Central Health Care budget; court collection position.

Tuesday, Oct. 7 – City of Merrill Plan Commission Notice of Public Hearing, 6 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes application by Merrill Federal Savings & Loan for property at 1205 Cedar St., to rezone from residential 2 to thoroughfare commercial.

Tuesday, Oct. 7 – Oneida County Library Board budget hearing, 8:30 a.m., Courthouse, Rhinelander.

Tuesday, Oct. 7 – Nicolet College Business Management Marketing Advisory Committee, 5:30 p.m., Lake Julia Campus, Rhinelander.
10-1-201410-1-2014Lunch & Brain Games
The YMCA of the Northwoods is hosting its monthly “Lunch & Brain Games” Wednesday, Oct. 1 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Rhinelander facility. Melissa Houg, volunteer/community outreach coordinator for Ministry Home Care, Inc., will provide information on hospice programs in the Northwoods. She will give information on how to access hospice and volunteer opportunities. There will be a question and answer period. This presentation is free to anyone in the community. To participate in the potluck lunch bring a dish to pass. The theme for this month’s potluck is “sandwich fixings.” Bring an ingredient for a tasty sandwich, a side dish or dessert. Lunch begins at noon with the presentation at approximately 12:30 p.m. No reservations are needed but for more information contact Marilyn Duschl at 715-362-9622, ext.118.
10-3-201410-3-2014Blood Drive
A Tomahawk Community Blood Drive will take place Friday, Oct. 3 from noon to 3:30 p.m. in the Spruce Room at Ministry Sacred Heart Hospital, 401 W. Mohawk Dr., Tomahawk. To schedule a donation appointment, call toll free 800-280-4102, or go to www.save3lives.org. Walk-in donors are welcome.
10-3-201410-4-2014Nature Journal Retreat
“Bound to Nature: A Northwoods Nature Journal Retreat” will be held
Oct. 3-4 at the Treehaven facility, W2540 Pickerel Creek Rd., Tomahawk. The workshop runs from 6 p.m. Friday through 4:30 p.m. Saturday. No need to be an artist for this nature journal retreat. Participants will make their own nature journal and learn simple innovative techniques to fill it. Discover new writing and art activities with plenty of hands-on instruction for beginners. Immerse yourself in nature, learn flora and fauna of the Northwoods, and leave with a keepsake of your experiences. Instructor Janet Moore is an award-winning botanical artist, naturalist and environmental educator who combines her passion for nature and art through creating illustrated journals. The commuter package is $100, including dinner Friday and lunch Saturday, instruction and materials. Register at www.uwsp.edu/treehaven and click on upcoming programs.
10-4-201410-4-2014Fall Colors Hike
The Northwoods Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance will hold its annual Fall Colors Hike at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Harrison Hills. The hike is free and will be about 2.5 miles long. Those interested in participating should meet at the ATV parking lot on Turtle Lake Road, about one half mile north of County Road J. There will be a shuttle from there to the start of the hike.
Directions: take US Hwy. 51 to County Road J at Irma; go east five miles and turn north on Turtle Lake Road; or if coming from the east, take State Hwy. 17 to County Road J at Bloomville; go west on County Road J to Turtle Lake Road; turn north and follow the Ice Age Trail Event signs. For more information, contact Ruby Jaecks at brjaecks@airrun.net or 715-443-3586 or 715-551-1118.
10-4-201410-4-2014Lumberjack Steam Train & Camp 5 Fall Festival
The summer season may be over, but the Lumberjack Steam Train will be rolling again and the Camp 5 Museum will be hosting visitors for their annual Fall Festival Saturday, Saturday, Oct. 4, when the cowboy re-enactors return to Camp 5. When visiting Camp 5, you can enjoy the award-winning Green Treasure Forest Tour, pumpkin patch, face painting, marshmallow roast and enjoy fresh apple cider. The blacksmith shop will be working, and the Cracker Barrel Gift Shop will be well stocked. The new computer system in the Logging Museum will give history aficionados a chance to look up logging history, look over antique logging equipment and enjoy the many photos depicting logging days of yore. Those of you who love stories of the “Old West” will want to climb aboard the Lumberjack Steam Train and visit Camp 5 on Oct. 4. Rumor has it that the train may be stopped and robbed before it reaches Camp 5. Don’t worry, you will not have to hand over your wallet or your gold pocket watch, but some of the people putting on the show might have to. The cowboys carry vintage firearms shooting blanks, and put on quite a show. In addition, some of the re-enactors play the part of other people living in that time period, from the “school marm” to the preacher. All of the regular attractions will also be available. You will experience riding in vintage rail cars or a caboose pulled by a 1916 locomotive that was used to haul logs from the camps and supplies to the lumberjacks. The Steam Train leaves from U.S. 8, just west of Laona at 11 a.m., noon, 1 and 2 p.m., with the last train leaving Camp 5 at 4 p.m. To find out more, call 715-674-3414 or see lumberjacksteamtrain.com online.
10-4-201410-4-2014VFW Cash Raffle
On Saturday, Oct. 4, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1638, Merrill, will hold its sixth annual Cash Raffle Fund Raiser at Les and Jim’s Lincoln Lanes with a cocktail hour starting at 5 p.m. and drawing starting at 7 p.m. The fundraiser offers many opportunities to win cash prizes starting at first place for $2,000, second place $1,000, third place $750; 15 total cash prizes being awarded, in addition to the many raffle items and theme baskets. Tickets for this year’s fundraiser are on sale now at the Merrill VFW Post on Friday nights starting at 7 p.m. or by conducting a VFW member. Only 125 tickets are being sold for $100, which includes beverage supplied by the VFW and hors d’oeuvres. The money raised will assist with local veteran organizations and veteran projects. Direct questions to Commander John Rathke at 715-536-1234 or call the post at 715-536-5708. There are tickets also available at Bev and Tom’s Bar on Hwy. 107 and Plautz’s Pub.
10-4-201410-7-2014Barleyfest
Merrill’s seventh annual Barleyfest takes place Oct. 4-7. There will be over 90 different beers, wines and liquors for tasting at the Smith Center from 2 to 6 p.m. Soda will be available for designated drivers. Purchase tickets at the Merrill Chamber of Commerce.
10-5-201410-5-201435th Cranberry Fest
The Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center invites the public to the 35th annual Cranberry Fest –a fun-filled family event for all ages. The festival grounds are open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 5. A free shuttle bus will be available on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to take visitors throughout Eagle River to all the different activities. Shuttle buses run approximately every 20 to 30 minutes. Note, pets are not allowed at the Vilas County Fairgrounds. For a complete schedule of activities and more information contact the chamber at 800-359-6315 or 715-479-6400 and ask for the Cranberry Country Crier, Marsh and Winery Tour information or the Ministry Health Care 2014 Berry Bog Bike and 5K Jog brochure.
10-6-201410-6-2014Einar Ingman birthday ceremony
HONORING EINAR H. INGMAN, JR. 10:30 a.m., William Buedingen Center. The program for the Oct. 6 celebration for Sgt. Einar Ingman Jr. will include military pageantry, patriotic songs, dignitaries and an unveiling of a one-day Tomahawk Post Office postal pictorial cancellation that renames the local post office as “Einar H. Ingman, Jr. Station” for that day. The public ceremony takes place at 10:30 a.m. at the William Buedingen Training Center, Hwy. 86, Tomahawk. The location is deemed perfect by Ingman family members because their father worked at the mill for many years. Likewise, Packaging Corporation of America is thrilled to host the historic event that honors a local hero. Those attending the ceremony should car pool. Also, you are encouraged to use van transportation being provided by StarGazer Ride Service. Park by the American Legion Hall at the corner of West Wisconsin Avenue and Railway Street, and StarGazer will provide rides to and from the center at no charge. The Tomahawk Leader will have available a package featuring a postage stamp honoring Einar Ingman; an envelope featuring a scene from when he was presented the Medal of Honor by President Harry S. Truman; and a biographical insert about the local war hero. That combined with the postal cancellation from the Tomahawk Post Of ce is offered for $5. Proceeds will go to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, which on that same day will be  ying, at no cost, nearly 100 more veterans, most from the Korean War, to Washington, D.C., to see the memorials built in their honor. The postage package will continue to be available at the Tomahawk Leader of ce in downtown Tomahawk or by mail in the days and weeks following the ceremony. The postal cancellation will be offered for one month at the Tomahawk Post Office. The Oct. 6 celebration is presented by the Tomahawk Leader, Tomahawk Post Of ce and the Ingman Family.
10-6-201411-1-2014Art Exhibits & Workshop
The Wisconsin Regional Art Program will hold an un-juried exhibit at the Minocqua Public Library from Oct. 6 to Nov. 1. The exhibit is sponsored by the Lakeland Art League and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Continuing Studies. Local artists are invited to participate in the exhibits and workshop. Artwork will be accepted on Oct. 4. The workshop will be on Nov. 8. Andrea Fenner, Irma, is the guest artist speaking about pastels; and Dana Hammond will select works to go to the state exhibit in Madison. For an entry form or more information call: Jeanette Krueger, 715-356-6470 or email foxfi recamp@frontier.com. The exhibit is open to all non-professional artists 14 years and older. Work must be original. All media are accepted: oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography, sculpture, fabric, metal, glass, wood, digital, etc. The winning artwork will be on display at the Center for Visual Art in Wausau next August and September. Entry fee to exhibit artwork and attend the workshop is $20. The public is invited to attend the workshop for a fee of $5. See http://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/lsa/art/wrap/ for more information.
10-8-201410-8-2014Finnish music
Finnish music is coming to the Northwoods with Arto and Antti Järvelä in concert Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hext Theatre in downtown Rhinelander. Tickets are $15. There also will be a fiddle workshop from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at ArtStart. Those tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for 18 and under. Workshop tickets are also good for the concert. Tickets for both events are available at Hext Theatre, call 715-369-3888 or hexttheatre.com.
10-8-201410-8-2014Tomahawk Chamber meeting
The Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual membership meeting Wednesday, Oct. 8 at Rodeway Inn and Suites. Cocktails will begin at 5:30 p.m., with dinner at 6:30 p.m. and a dessert auction to follow. Awards will be presented. Guest speaker is Stephanie Klett, secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Comedian C. Willi Myles will entertain. Cost is $35.
10-8-201410-8-2014Women Connecting Dinner
Women Connecting will hold a dinner Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Eagles Club, 1205 Lake St., Merrill. Darlene Dixon of Onalaska will talk about “Being Thankful No Matter What.” There also will be a silent auction, a live auction and gift baskets. The $12 cost includes the meal, tip and program. Reservations are sought by Oct. 3 with Marcia at 715-536-1612 or Jan at 715-536-9816.
10-11-201410-11-2014"Don't Hug Me" Dinner Theatre
Back by popular demand, Tomahawk Main Street (TMS) and the High Point Players are teaming up once again to offer a performance from the “Don’t Hug Me” series that will be held in Tomahawk Saturday, Oct. 11. The dinner theater will feature meat or vegetarian lasagna served with side salad, garlic bread, dessert and free coffee catered by Casual Elegance. The event is being held at the completely refurbished VFW Wurl-Feind-Ingman Post 2687 banquet hall located at the corner of South Fourth Street and Rice Street. Refreshments including beer and wine will be available with a social hour beginning at 5 p.m., dinner to follow at 6 p.m. and the play at 7 p.m. Tickets will go on sale soon and the show is once again expected to sell out in advance. Locations where tickets will be available include Family Traditions, Scarlet Garden, Standard Mercantile, the TMS offi ce and the Tomahawk Leader. For more information, contact Christine Vorpagel, TMS executive director, at 715-453-1090.
10-11-201410-11-2014Walk for Dementia
Bell Tower Residence will hold its “Walk for Dementia: Step it Up & Stomp it Out” Saturday, Oct. 11 beginning at 9 a.m. at Bell Tower, 1500 O’Day St., Merrill. Participants will hand in donations at 9 a.m.; followed by prayer and presentation, 9:20 a.m.; walk with ribbon cutting, 9:30 a.m.; closing, 10:30 a.m. There are four routes to choose from: Bell Tower walk, .35 miles; Neighborhood Walk, .7 miles; Center Avenue Walk, 2.3 miles; and Center Avenue/Riverside Park Walk, 3.2 miles. Proceeds benefi t Bell Tower memory support program and dementia research. For more information, call 715-536-5575.
10-13-201410-14-2014International bullying speaker
Monday, Oct. 13

Lincoln Hills/Copper Lake School (correctional facility in Irma) – 12:15 p.m., one-hour bullying presentation to the female juveniles; 1:30 p.m., one-hour bullying presentation to the male juveniles.

Prairie River Middle School, Merrill – 5 p.m., Lighted School House with 5:45-7:45 p.m. presentation on “Parenting with Wit & Wisdom.”

Tuesday, Oct. 14

Tomahawk School District – 9 a.m., one-hour bullying presentation to the middle school youth; 11:10 a.m., 45-minute bullying presentation to the 4th and 5th grade youth; 2 p.m., one-hour bullying presentation to the high school youth; 3:45 p.m., one hour presentation on “Teaching with Wit & Wisdom” for the teachers and staff.

Tomahawk Community Presentation Tuesday, Oct. 14 6:45 p.m., two-hour presentation to the community on “The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander,” Tomahawk School District auditorium.
10-18-201410-18-2014Canning Workshop
Canning meat is a great way to preserve food for future use, notes Barbara Hayes, family living educator, Price County University of Wisconsin-Extension. Canning can ensure tenderness no matter how tough the cut of meat, she says. Two hands-on workshops will teach the proper techniques in canning meat. Each participant will take home a quart of meat. A $25 charge includes all supplies and bulletins. Workshops will be held on Saturday, Oct. 11 at the Park Falls High School and Saturday, Oct. 18 at Phillips High School. Sessions will be conducted in the Family Consumer Science room and run from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Class size is limited and one must pre-register by Oct. 8 by calling 715-339-2555.
10-18-201410-18-2014Kids Unlimited Fundraising Banquet
Kinship of Tomahawk 15th Annual “Kids’ Unlimited” Fundraising Banquet Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ Rodeway Inn, Tomahawk, WI
5pm - Cash bar & raffles 7pm - Dinner • Tickets Just $30
• Raffles • Silent Auction • Door Prizes • Dessert Auction
Kinship is an adult/child mentoring program with an after-school KinsKlub tutoring/socializing meeting place at the Kinship House at 27 E. Wisconsin Ave, as well as the successful mentoring program. Currently we have 40 active matches with 24 kids on the waiting list. Contact us to learn how to become a mentor, too. Call Kinship at 715-453-1910 or 715-966-0996. Kinship of Tomahawk/Banquet • PO BOX 653 • Tomahawk WI 54487. Please Make Checks Payable to: Kinship of Tomahawk/Banquet. Some of the prizes include: Family Passes in Chicago to the Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium, Museum of Science and Industry. 4 tickets to the ComedySportz theatre. 2 tickets for Chicago Pizza tour. 2 passes to Miwaukee County Zoo. 4 passes to Discovery World. 3 tickets to ComedySportz. 4 one day hopper passes to any Disney park. 2 round trip airline tickets from Rhinelander to Minneapolis. Passes to Mount Olympus. Badger hockey tickets. Badger football tickets. Milwaukee Admirals tickets. Night stays at Lake of the Torches, Hilton Garden Inn Madison and Little Sister Hill of Door County. Ashley Durabed leather love seat. Much More!
10-18-201410-18-2014Noodle-Rama
Noodle-Rama held by Northwoods Riders Snowmobile Club at Schaefer’s Wharf, 1969 County Road L, Tomahawk. Information: 715-453-2768.
10-25-201410-25-2014Halloween Festivities
Saturday, downtown Tomahawk. Information: www.tomahawkmainstreet.org, 715-453-1090.
10-25-201410-25-2014Harvest Festival Dinner
Saturday, Oct. 25, 4-6:30 p.m., Brantwood Community Center, corner of Hwys. 8 and D, Brantwood. Dinner of homemade bison stew with all the fixings, homemade bread, pie, raffle drawing. Sponsored by Zion Lutheran Church. Information: 715-564-2283, brantwoodbison@centurytel.net.
11-15-201411-15-2014Gun Raffle
Northwoods Passage Snowmobile Club Gun Raffle at Schaefer’s Wharf, 1969 County Road L, Tomahawk. Information: 715-453-2768.
11-21-201411-21-2014Seeking venison
The Tomahawk Chamber of Commerce is accepting venison for the 49th annual Venison Feed which will take place Friday, Nov. 21 – the day before the gun deer opener – in downtown Tomahawk from 11:30 a.m. until all the venison burgers are gone. The event helps welcome hunters to the area. Venison needs to be cleaned and deboned, and can be dropped off at the chamber office on North Fourth Street weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Direct questions to 715-453-5334.
11-21-201411-21-2014Tomahawk Free Venison Feed
Friday, 11:30 a.m. until gone, downtown Tomahawk. Serving venison burgers as kickoff to fall hunting. Information: 715-453-5334, 800-569-2160.
11-29-201411-29-2014Parade and Winter Wonderland
Northern Lights Christmas Parade and Winter Wonderland – Saturday, Nov. 29, downtown Tomahawk. Santa visit, holiday tree display. Information: 715-453-5334, 800-569-2160.
12-6-201412-6-2014Finnish Independence Day
Saturday, 4:30 p.m. Community Center, N4888 Stadium Rd., corners of Hwy. 8 and County Road D, Brantwood. Finnish Independence Day with Finnish mojakka (stew) dinner cooked outdoors over wood fire, homemade bread. History program at 6:30 p.m. after dinner. Event sponsored by Knox Creek Heritage Center. Information: 715-564-2520, 715-564-2525, cen7368@centurytel.net, mbraski@yahoo.com.
Ongoing Events
Open Arms Soup Kitchen
Open Arms Community Soup Kitchen is open Tuesdays, welcoming any hungry souls as well as those who want to socialize between 5 and 6:30 p.m. at the Corpus Christi Center adjacent to St. Mary’s Church. All are welcome to enjoy the free dinner. Anyone who would like to support this volunteer effort may send donations to P.O. Box 1, Tomahawk, WI 54487.
Tuesday Tomahawk Main Street Farmers’ Market
Tuesdays (June 3 through mid-October), 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or sold out, Third Street and Wisconsin Avenue, downtown Tomahawk. Nonprofits’ bake sale, occasional local entertainment. Vendors from Lincoln, Price and Oneida counties. Information: 715-453-3676.
Saturday Tomahawk Farmers Market and Flea Market
Saturdays, June 7-end of October, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Washington Square Park, near Chamber building. Lincoln County and/or Tomahawk School District farm vendors; fl ea market vendors from anywhere. Vendor-selling lunch and snack items. Accepting QUEST Cards, SNAP Program and debit cards; vouchers available on-site. Park has children’s play equipment and washrooms. Information/vendor contact: 715-453-1173 or 715-453-5706.
Tomahawk Senior Center activities
113 S. Tomahawk Ave. • Call 715-453-5757 to register Tuesday, Sept. 23 – Arthritis exercise, 1 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 24 – Walking Wonders, 8:30 a.m.; local shopping, 9 a.m., call ahead, 715-453-5757, to RSVP; Commission on Aging meeting, 1 p.m.; Medicare Basics, Mary Rheinschmidt, 6-8 p.m., must RSVP.

Thursday, Sept. 25 – Mah jongg, 12:30 p.m.; Weight Watchers meeting, 5:30-6 p.m., doors open at 5 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 26 – Walking Wonders, 8:30 a.m.; Wii bowling, 9:30 a.m.; arthritis exercise, 1 p.m.

Monday, Sept. 29 – Walking Wonders, 8:30 a.m..

Tuesday, Sept. 30 – Arthritis exercise, 1 p.m.


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