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Calendar of Events


Upcoming Events
Start DateEnd DateEvent Description
4-19-20169-20-2016Tomahawk Area Gardeners’ new season
Tomahawk Area
Gardeners (TAG) will begin
its 13th gardening season
Tuesday, April 19. TAG
meets April, May, August
and September, the third
Tuesday of the month in
the upstairs Community
Room at Tomahawk
Community Bank.
5-3-20166-7-2016Seeking women vets for ‘Poppy Princess’
American Legion Post 93 in Tomahawk is looking for any women veterans who would like to be a “Poppy Princess” in the Fourth of July Parade.
The new offering is open to female veterans of any age who will ride on the Legion/Auxiliary float in the parade.
For information, contact Auxiliary member Carol at 715-367-5342 and leave a message. The deadline is June 7.
5-11-20169-11-2016Wisconsin River Series
The Wisconsin River Series bass fi shing competition is geared up for the 2016 tour season.
There are four one-day qualifi ers scheduled to take place on the Stevens Point Flowage, Lake Nokomis, the Rhinelander Flowage and Lake Mohawksin, respectively, and all four events are completely full.
The anglers of the River Series Tour vie for cash payouts, prizes and qualifi cations to compete in the year-end two-day championship that will be held on the Rhinelander Flowage Sept. 9-11.
The fi rst event in this year’s series kicks off on the Stevens Point Flowage Sunday, May 15.
For more information, go to www.wisconsinriverseries.com.
5-15-20165-31-2016Wild flowers hike; Pelican paddle
The Northern Paddle and Trail group promotes silent sports in the company of like-minded souls while trying to be good environmental stewards. The Rhinelander-based group announces the following two outings:
Sunday, May 15 – Hiking and Wildfl owers, 8:30 a.m. Walk the trails at Eau Claire Dells, lots of wildfl owers. Meet at East Point Mall (Shopko) at 8:30 a.m. for carpooling, near Friendship House in Rhinelander. The dells are southeast of Antigo. (Diffi culty 2.) Dress in layers. RSVP Jean Johnson at 715-369-1433 or write jaj4111@newnorth.net.
Tuesday, May 31 – Paddle the Pelican River, 5 p.m. Meet at Little George Creek Culvert on Hwy. 8, about 7 miles east of the Wisconsin River. Take out will be on River Bend Road. Bring sunglasses. Diffi culty 3-4; will encounter Class 1 and 2 rapids. Trip is water level dependent. RSVP Carole and Guy Hansen at 715-282-5810 or write gch@newnorth.net.
Check the Northern Paddle and Trail website at www. northernpaddletrail.org for more details.
5-23-20167-4-2016Go Fund Me campaign for July 4 fireworks show
This year’s Fourth of July fireworks show might have taken a big financial hit when the city of Tomahawk had to make signifi cant budget cutbacks this past fall, but the Tomahawk Lions Club is hoping the community will step forward to help assure this year’s celebration is just as good as ever.
The Tomahawk Lions Club is looking to make up the $7,000 shortfall from the city through a new Go Fund Me campaign. The Lions organization has been organizing the Fourth of July Pow Wow Days festivities including the parade, youth games, chicken barbecue, fi reworks and other activities for the past 50 years.
Lions organizers note they do not want the community and visitors alike to miss out on the full 4th of July experience that many have grown to love and look forward to each and every year as part of celebrating the nation’s Independence Day. The fi reworks show is the culmination of the many Pow Wow Days celebrations taking place in the city over the Fourth of July and provides the perfect way to celebrate the holiday with the community as thousands gather at SARA Park, along the shores of Lake Mohawksin and throughout the city to enjoy the show, the Lions note.
The Tomahawk Lions Club is seeking the community’s support to help host this year’s fi reworks show with donations of any size to help make up the $7,000 shortfall. Those wanting to support the cause can visit the Tomahawk Lions Facebook page that includes a link to the Go Fund Me page. Donations can also be made by sending checks made out to: Tomahawk Lions Club/Fireworks, P.O. Box 754, Tomahawk, WI 54487. For more information, visit tomahawklions.com.
5-24-20165-25-2016Active shooter training at Nicolet College
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Offi ce, in cooperation with Nicolet Area Technical College, will be hosting law enforcement training sessions for responding to an active shooter situation on Tuesday, May 24 and Wednesday, May 25, at Nicolet Area Technical College, Rhinelander.
The training is part of the commitment Oneida County Sheriff’s Offi ce and Nicolet Area Technical College have towards the safety of students and staff during a crisis situation. Organizers note the training includes preparedness drills for dealing with a variety of school-related crisis.
5-24-20165-31-2016It’s Your Government
Tuesday, May 24 – Oneida County Social Services Committee, 9 a.m., Courthouse, Merrill.
Tuesday, May 24 – Oneida County Buildings and Grounds Committee, 9:30 a.m., Courthouse, Rhinelander.
Tuesday, May 24 – Town of Birch Open Book/Board of Review, town hall. Open Book, 4-6 p.m.; Board of Review 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday, May 24 – City of Merrill Personnel and Finance Committee, 5:15 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes: lead pay, street department; discuss/potential recommendation(s), request from TowerCo to buy out their lease for new cell tower parcel, former Anson Gilkey property; review/discuss compensation for citizen members of city committees, boards, commissions; consider creation of, authorization to fi ll new police offi cer (drug investigator) position.
Wednesday, May 25 – Merrill Enrichment Center Committee, 8 a.m., City Hall, Merrill.
Wednesday, May 25 – Oneida County Labor Relations and Employee Services Committee, 9 a.m., Courthouse, Merrill.
Wednesday, May 25 – City of Merrill Board of Public Works, 4 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes: consider street use permit applications from Ott’s Garage Teen Center, 805 E. Main St., Aug. 11 and 19; transfer of duties of tree board to park and recreation commission; East Sixth Street reconstruction bids due May 23; discuss Merrill Festival Grounds proposed land swap with Lincoln County Humane Society; amend ordinance, off-street parking restrictions in residential areas.
Wednesday, May 25 – City of Merrill Board of Review, 4:45 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes: due to revaluation, assessor has not completed assessment roll, meeting to adjourn to later date, time.
Wednesday, May 25 – Merrill Area Public Schools Special Board of Education Meeting, 5 p.m., MAPS Building, Merrill. Agenda includes: revisit, reconsider 2016-17 health insurance, employee premium contributions
Wednesday, May 25 – City of Merrill Water and Sewage Committee, 5 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes: 2015 compliance maintenance annual report; bids, Sixth Street reconstruction.
Thursday, May 26 – North Central Community Services Program Finance, Personnel, Property Committee, 11 a.m., Lake View Drive, Wausau, agenda includes: fi nancials; capital policy, processes; approval, fi ve-year facilities capital plan and Marathon County 2017 CIP requests; budget; collaterization of funds requirements in investment policy; Services Program Board, noon, agenda includes: committee appointments; fi nancials; organizational quality dashboard; crisis structure modifi cation proposal; capital plan, CIP requests; collaborative care model; performance management contract; LeadingChoice network participation agreement.
Saturday, May 28 – Deer Lake District Annual Meeting, 9 a.m., River Valley Bank, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: state grant status; channel update; commissioner election.
Saturday, May 28 – Muskellunge Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District Annual Meeting, 9 a.m., town of Bradley hall.
Tuesday, May 31 – Town of Wilson Open Book, 6-8 p.m., town hall.
5-26-20165-26-2016Early Deadline!
Because of Memorial Day printing schedules, advertising and news items need to be in our office by Noon, Thursday, May 26,for the May 31, 2016 edition. Our offi ce will be closed Memorial Day. Thank you!
5-26-20165-26-2016Red, White, Blue Day invites community May 26
Tomahawk School District’s Red, White, and Blue Day patriotic program takes place Thursday, May 26 at 2 p.m. in the Tomahawk Elementary School fi eldhouse. The program this year is “Children’s Voices for America.” Kindergarten through fi fth grade students will raise their voices in song showing respect for country and home.
The children have learned about how they are the future of America and how important it is to care about their country and appreciate the good things about this place called America, organizers note. The concluding song, “Americans We,” will remind all how everyone shares this country’s precious freedom and united liberty.
The RWB Day choir, made up third, fourth and fi fth graders, led by Kristi Anderson and Cory Colburn, will be performing as part of the program. In addition to the elementary school choir, the Tomahawk Middle School eighth grade band and eighth grade choir will be attendance to share in the music making.
Parents, friends, community members and, of course, veterans are all encouraged to attend this lively and moving American celebration. All TES students will perform music with their grade levels and participate in a whole school piece near the end.
Anderson says she and her students always look forward to the “All Sing” at the end, when everyone in attendance lifts his or her voice and joins together in a patriotic sing-a-long. “This is a musical event you will not want to miss. Everyone in the community is invited,” she states.
5-28-20165-28-2016First Kwahamot Ski Show
First Kwahamot Ski Show of the season
5-28-20165-29-2016Main Street Memories
Main Street Memories Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet
SATURDAY, MAY 28 EVENTS
Noon to 3:30 p.m. – Wheels in Motion
Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet on West Wisconsin Avenue. Rain location SARA Park. All makes and models welcome. Free admission to public. Registration begins at noon, $10 per motorcycle.
5 p.m. – Raffl e at the Rodeo takes place at the Rodeo Saloon in downtown Tomahawk.
SUNDAY, MAY 29 EVENTS
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Main Street Memories Car Show, the main attraction. The day includes music by DJ Brown, raffl es, non-profi t vendors, craft and bazaar show and concessions. Car registration starts at 8 a.m. at the corner of South Tomahawk and West Wisconsin avenues. Free admission to public. For more information, visit www.tomahawkmainstreet.org.
5-28-20165-30-20162016 AREA MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONIES
The public is encouraged to attend the following:
The public is encouraged to attend the following:

UNION GROVE CEMETERY, HARSHAW
•Saturday, May 28 – 17th annual Veterans Day ceremony, 11:30 a.m., Lakewood Road, Harshaw. Past Veterans and Military will be honored. The “Einar Ingman Veterans Memorial Motorcycle Honor Procession” will leave American Legion Post 93, Tomahawk, at 9:30 a.m. and arrive at the cemetery at approximately 10:25 a.m. Contact Red Ingman, 715-966-1166, if you would like to ride along. All are welcome. For the ceremony itself, bring a chair. A free luncheon will be held at the Cassian Town Hall following the ceremony. For information on the ceremony, participation or if interested in joining the organization, contact Rick Smith, 715-420-0552. Check out the website at www.veteransceremony.org.

Tomahawk Area Ceremonies
•Thursday, May 26 – Red, White and Blue Day, 2 p.m., Tomahawk Elementary School.
•Saturday, May 28 – “Honoring Those Who Served, 9 a.m., Prairie Rapids Cemetery, Prairie Rapids Road, Town of Nokomis. Breakfast will be served at Prairie Rapids Tavern immediately following the ceremony.
•Saturday, May 28 – Einar Ingman Veterans Memorial Motorcycle Ride gathers at American Legion Post 93, downtown Tomahawk, beginning at 9 a.m., and departs at 10:30 a.m., arriving Union Grove Cemetery, Harshaw, approximately 11 a.m.
•Saturday, May 28 – 11:30 a.m., Union Grove Cemetery, Lakewood Road, Harshaw. Luncheon will be served at the Town of Cassian Town Hall following the ceremony.
•Monday, May 30 – Tomahawk Area Veterans Honor Guard Memorial Day Ceremony, 10 a.m., Veterans’ Memorial Park, Tomahawk. Bring your own lawn chairs. Rain Location is the VFW Hall at Fourth Street and Rice Avenue.
•Monday, May 30 – Tomahawk Area Veterans Honor Guard Memorial Day Ceremony, 11:15 a.m., Greenwood Cemetery, Tomahawk.
•Monday, May 30 – Tomahawk Area Veterans Honor Guard Memorial Day Ceremony, 11:45 a.m., Calvary Cemetery, Tomahawk.
•Monday, May 30 – Annual Memorial Day ceremony Oak Hill Cemetery, Town of Skanawan, 11:30 a.m. music by David Fox and Foxfire; program at 11:45 a.m. with veteran roll call, wreath-laying ceremony, raising of American flag by Color Guard and patriotic songs. Water provided; bring lawn chair. Everyone welcome.
All times are approximate and are subject to change. For more information, call Joe at 715-966-0261 or Gerry at 715-453-9954.
American Legion, Bronsted-Searl-Ingman Post 93, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Wurl-Feind-Ingman Post 2687, MID-WIS AMVETS 2000, Disabled American Veterans Chapter 29 and their Auxiliaries have been placing flags in the flag holders of veteran’s graves at St. Augustine, Oak Hill, Greenwood, Calvary, Somo, Union Congregational and Prairie Rapids cemeteries before Memorial Day and will remove them the week after. Relatives and friends of veterans who are buried in these cemeteries are asked to determine whether or not a veteran’s grave is marked with a flag. If a grave is not marked, they are asked to stop at the Lincoln County Veterans Service Office, 801 N. Sales St.,
Room 146, Merrill, during normal business hours. After hours and on weekends, for assistance in obtaining a marker for a veteran’s grave, call:
Greenwood Cemetery, Bill Burcalow, 715-612-7118
Calvary Cemetery, Gerry Johnson, 715-453-7081
Oak Hill Cemetery, Mary Ingman, 715-453-2870
St. Augustine Cemetery, Dave Haring, 715-453-3871
Prairie Rapids Cemetery, Cliff Eggett, 715-453-5217
Somo Cemetery, Jim Keskinen, 715-453-6713
Union Congregational, Jim Keskinen, 715-453-6713

Merrill Area Ceremonies
•Monday May 30 – Memorial Day service, 11 a.m., St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, Merrill. The Merrill City Band will start playing at 10:30 a.m. Master of ceremonies will be Commander of VFW Post 1638, Retired Technical Sergeant John Rathke. The guest speaker will be Retired Lieutenant Colonel Gene Mootz, United States Army. Mootz is a Vietnam War veteran and also VFW Post 1638 Honor Guard commander. Participating will be the Veterans of Foreign Wars Schmitt-Manecke-Donner Post 1638 and Auxiliary, American Legion Edward Burns Post 46, MID-WIS AMVETS Post 2000, Disabled American Veterans Chapter 29 and their Auxiliaries, VFW Honor Guard, Merrill City Band, Color Guard, Boy Scout Troop 503 and other local Boy and Girl Scouts. Participants are asked to assemble at 10:30 a.m. on the road between the National Guard Armory and the old Lincoln County Humane Society area. Units will march to the cemetery, leaving at 10:45 a.m.

OTHER LINCOLN COUNTY MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS
MONDAY, MAY 30, 2016

CEMETERY CEREMONIES
•9:00 a.m. – Salem, Town of Hamburg, County Road A and S.
•9:14 a.m. – St. Paul’s, Town of Hamburg, County Road F.
•9:23 a.m. – St. John’s, Town of Hamburg, County Road F and 5th Lane.
•9:32 a.m. – Fromm’s, Town of Hamburg, County Road F and 3rd Lane.
•9:45 a.m. – St. Peter’s, Little Chicago, County Road A.
•10:10 a.m. – Berlin Friedenshiem, County Road A and Valley Lane.
•10:24 a.m. – Rib View, Town of Stettin, County Road O and Woodland Drive.
•10:31 a.m. – Big Hill/Stubbe Hill, County Road A and Bill Hill Lane.
•10:45 a.m. – Taegesville, Berlin, N. 72nd Ave.
•10:58 a.m. – Maple Grove, Naugart Drive.
•11:14 a.m. – St. Paul’s Naugart, Town of Berlin, Berlin Lane.
•11:29 a.m. – Trinity, Town of Berlin, County Road FF and 107.
•11:44 a.m. – St. Paul’s, Hwy. 64 and 107, corner of Farmingdale Road, Town of Corning.
•11:58 a.m. – Immanuel, Town of Corning, Leafy Grove Road and County Road M.
Any questions for the VFW Post 10203-Hamburg schedule, call the Commander, Don Kozlowski at 715-573-3208.
The public is encouraged to attend.

ONEIDA COUNTY MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS
CEMETERY CEREMONIES
SUNDAY, MAY 29, 2016
•11:00 a.m. – “Honor Our Veterans,” ceremony, St. Francis Cemetery, Pier-Willow; church is 12 miles north of Tripoli,
5209 Willow Rd.; cemetery is across road from church.

MONDAY, MAY 30, 2016
•8:00 a.m. – VFW Honor Guard at Newbold Cemetery.
•8:30 a.m. – AMVETS/American Legion Honor Guard at Northland Memorial Park.
•9:00 a.m. – VFW Honor Guard at Forest Home Cemetery.
•9:30 a.m. – AMVETS/American Legion Honor Guard at Nativity of Our Lord Cemetery.

RHINELANDER HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
•Monday, May 30 – Oneida County ceremony begins at 11 a.m. Post the Colors by VFW Honor Guard. “The Star Spangled Banner” performed by RHS Show Choir, directed by Desiree Wattelet. Pledge of Allegiance. Invocation by Pastor Ken White. “Eternal Father” performed by Rhinelander High School Band, directed by Connie Piasecki. Opening remarks by Tammy Walters, Oneida County Veterans Service Officer and MC; History of Memorial Day by Connor DeLaney. Guest Speaker – Mark Michie, Brigadier General (Retired), U.S. Army National Guard. “Gettysburg Address” read by Ryan Kovac, 2016 Veterans’ Council scholarship winner. “Armed Forces – The Pride of America” performed by RHS Band and RHS Show Choir. Roll Call of Oneida County veterans who died between May 1, 2015-May 1, 2016. “In Flanders Fields” read by Ryan Kovac. “In Flanders Fields” performed by RHS Show Choir. Scholarship award presentation. “Battle Hymn of the Republic” performed by RHS Band. Benediction by Pastor Ken White. Three Volley Salute by VFW Honor Guard. History of Taps by Connor DeLaney. “Taps” performed by RHS Band. Retire the Colors.
Brigadier General Mark J. Michie
Guest Speaker
More about Rhinelander’s guest speaker: Brigadier General Mark J. Michie was commissioned a Second Lieutenant through the Reserve Officer Training Corp program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Prior to receiving his commission, he served as an enlisted member of the 724th Engineer Battalion of the Wisconsin Army National Guard. He held a series of staff assignments in the 724th Engineer Battalion and 264th Engineer Group before assuming command of the 724th Engineer Battalion. The battalion mobilized and deployed to Iraq where the unit had other engineer companies attached, growing in size to over 1,200 personnel serving in combat under his command. Following battalion command, General Michie assumed command of the 264th Engineer Group and was responsible for the mission performance of the engineer group. He attended the resident United States Army War College and then went on to assume command of the 157th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade where he oversaw the transition from a Field Artillery Brigade to a Maneuver Enhancement Brigade. Following brigade command, General Michie was appointed Director, Domestic Operations J3/5/7 and was responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, information sharing and integrating all aspects of State and National Guard efforts relating to defense support of civil authorities. During this assignment, he served as the National Chairman for the J3/7 Functional Advisory Council to the National Guard Bureau. He was promoted to Brigadier General in January 2013 and appointed Assistant Adjutant General for Readiness and Training, Wisconsin Army National Guard before serving in his final assignment as Land Component Commander, Wisconsin National Guard. General Michie retired Jan. 31, 2016, with over 35 years of military service in the Wisconsin National Guard.
PRICE COUNTY • MONDAY, MAY 30, 2016
8:30 a.m. American Legion Spirit Post 452 at Knox Lutheran Cemetery on CTH D, read off veterans’ names and perform firing squad and Taps. The reading of veterans’ names, Taps and firing squad will then take place at Brantwood Cemetery on Central Avenue in Brantwood, at Clifford Cemetery and Finnish Cemetery by Clifford. A meal will be served at the Spirit Town Hall at 11:30 a.m. to be followed by a guest speaker at 1 p.m. Following the conclusion at the Town Hall, a march to Hillcrest Cemetery will take place where the names of all deceased veterans will be read and Taps and firing squad will be performed.
5-29-20165-29-2016Barn Dance
Barn Dance in Spirit
5-29-20165-29-2016Main Street Memories
Main Street Memories Car Show
5-29-20165-29-2016TICKETS ARE ON SALE
TICKETS ARE ON SALE for this beautiful handmade Applique Sampler Quilt made by Patty Tholl and quilted by Sew Pieceful Quilting to be used as a raffl e to support Tomahawk Main Street Inc. The winner will be drawn prior to the trophy presentation during the Main Street Memories Car Show May 29. Tickets can be purchased at the Rodeo Bar and Saloon, Sew Pieceful, the
Tomahawk Main Street office as well as other downtown businesses.
Tomahawk Main Street office as well as other downtown
businesses
5-31-20165-31-2016Live chat on native plants
The Department of Natural Resources will hold a live online chat Tuesday, May 31 to help gardeners of all skill levels incorporate native plants into landscaping projects. The event will run from noon to 1 p.m. with staff will be on hand to answer questions ranging from simple gardening tips to native plant information. Visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword “chat” to submit questions and view responses from DNR experts.
5-31-20166-26-2016Northern Paddle & Trail calendar
May 31 Paddle on the Pelican River, 5 p.m.; for information contact Guy or Carole at 715-282-5810. June 9 Paddle on the Wisconsin River, 2 p.m.; for information contact George at 715-966-6770.
June 11 Paddle on the Wisconsin River, 2 p.m.; for information contact George at 715-966-6770.
June 26 Paddle the Wisconsin River Backwaters, 3 p.m.; for information contact Catherine at
715-499-1027.
6-1-20166-1-2016E3YP Merrill event
E3YP invites young professionals to begin their summer with a night of food, friends and fun at the Sawmill Brewing Company in Merrill. This ‘On the Move’ event is planned Wednesday, June 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. at 1110 E. 10th St. in Merrill. E3YP is a young professional group created by the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce as a workforce development initiative.
6-4-20166-4-2016Kids’ Free Summer Fishing Contest June 4
The public is invited to get youngsters hooked on fi shing by taking part in Tomahawk Fishing Unlimited’s (TFU) annual Kids’ Free Summer Fishing Contest Saturday, June 4.
6-4-20166-5-2016Tomahawk Fishing Unlimited
• Kids Fishing Contest
• Free ATV/UTV trail riding weekend
• Free Fishing Weekend
6-9-20166-9-2016Senior center trip to Daytrippers Theatre
Stephanie Schroeder, activities and volunteer coordinator with the Oneida County Senior Center, announces an upcoming overnight trip for seniors leaving from the center in Rhinelander on Thursday, June 9 at 7 a.m. headed to Minnesota to the Daytrippers Theatre to see “Sex, Please, We’re Sixty!” Written by Susan and Michael Parker, it is in the style of the “Golden Girls” meets “Grumpy Old Men.” Schroeder calls it a hysterical comedy/drama fi lled with mayhem, mischief and mood swings. “Despite the title and subject matter, it is assured that the production is in good taste, nothing vulgar, just a funny situation,” she added.
The group will stay in lodging at the Mall of America. Friday, June 10 they’ll stop at the Crystal Cave near Spring Valley, Wis. Dining will be in Eau Claire for lunch, before taking an Amish tour in Augusta. Depending on the availability that day, the tour guide will take the bus to an Amish fl oral shop, general store, farm, bakery and more. Afterwards there will be time to shop.
On Aug. 4-5 the center has planned another trip north to the Sidekick Theatre in Washburn to see “The Marvelous Wondrettes.” The musical director for this production is Brian Pekol, a Rhinelander graduate. (His father, Jim is director for the Rhinelander Community Band). There also will be a rail excursion from the Duluth Railroad Museum.
For more information or to register, contact Schroeder at the Oneida County Senior Center at 715-369-6304.
6-10-20166-10-2016Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo
Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo
6-11-20166-11-2016ACT Test Date
6-11-20166-11-2016COMMUNITY-WIDE RUMMAGE SALE
Be part of the seventh annual -COMMUNITY-WIDE RUMMAGE SALE
Saturday, June 11, 2016

COMMUNITY-WIDE RUMMAGE SALE FORM - Due at Tomahawk Leader office by Noon Friday, June 3, 2016, 315 W. Wisconsin Ave.,
P.O. Box 345, Tomahawk, WI 54487, 715-453-2151
Participation fee of $10.50 per location entitles you to: Additional promotion and advertising related to this event
Individuals may hold their sale on additional days but must be open at least 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 11, 2016 to be registered as a citywide sale participant.
6-11-20166-11-2016Rockin' Tomahawk
• Rockin' Tomahawk 5k/Half Marathon
• Community wide Garage Sale
6-11-20166-12-2016• Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo
Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo
6-21-20167-27-2016Music on the River
June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13, July20, July27
6-22-20166-22-2016Music on the River
River
6-25-20166-25-2016Central Wisconsin River Series Bass Championship
Bass Championship Nokomis Qualfier
6-25-20166-25-2016Little Rice Chicken Picnic/Fundraiser
Little Rice Volunteer Fire Department Chicken Picnic/Fundraiser
6-25-20166-26-2016St Mary's Summer Festival
St Mary's Summer Festival
7-2-20167-2-2016Class of ‘76 reunion
The Tomahawk High School Class of 1976 will have its 40th year a reunion Thursday, July 2, 2016, at Rodeway Inn & Suites, and planning is underway. Send contact information to tomahawkclassof76@gmail.com.
7-3-20167-3-2016July Arts & Craft Show
July Arts & Craft Show
7-3-20167-3-2016Kwahamots Old Timers Alumni Show
Kwahamots Old Timers Alumni Show
7-3-20167-3-2016Party in the Park
Party in the Park
7-3-20167-3-2016Pow Wow Days events
Pow Wow Days Celbration
7-4-20167-4-2016Independence Day
• Pow Wow Days Celebration
• Kwahamot Independence Show
7-20-20167-24-2016Lincoln County 4-H Fair
Lincoln County 4-H Fair
7-30-20167-30-2016Kwahamots Timber Shine Benefit Ski Show
Kwahamot Water Show Championships
8-3-20168-3-2016Antique Outboard Boat and Motor Show
Antique Outboard Boat and Motor Show
8-4-20168-4-2016M.A.S.H. Blood Drive
Merrill M.A.S.H.Blood Drive
8-4-20168-6-2016Antique Outboard Boat and Motor Show
Antique Outboard Boat and Motor Show
8-4-20168-6-2016Totally Tomahawk Sidewalk Sales
Totally Tomahawk Street Sales/Sidewalk Sales
8-4-20168-7-2016Oneida County Fair
Oneida County Fair
8-5-20168-6-2016Spirit-Hill-Ogema 4-H Fair
Spirit-Hill-Ogema 4-H Fair
8-6-20168-6-2016Somo Fish & Game Club
Annual Summer Picnic
8-13-20168-13-2016Lions Thrilla on the Grilla
Rib Contest
8-19-20168-19-2016Tomahawk Historical Museum Closes
Tomahawk Historical Museum Closes
8-21-20168-21-2016Somo's Fish and Game Club
Poultry and Fun Shoot
8-24-20168-27-2016Price County Fair
Price County Fair
9-1-20169-1-2016First Day of School
First Day of School (Tomahawk)
9-3-20169-3-2016Last Kwahamot Ski Show
Last Kwahamot Ski Show
9-5-20169-5-2016Labor Day
Labor Day Parade and Celebration in Merrill
9-9-20169-9-2016Central Wisconsin River Series Bass Championship
Central Wisconsin River Series Bass Championship
9-10-20169-10-2016A Country Afternoon
A Country Afternoon, Brantwood
9-10-20169-10-2016Central Wisconsin River Series Bass Championship
Central Wisconsin River Series Bass Championship
9-15-20169-15-2016Tomahawk Chamber Bon Fire & Brat Fry
Tomahawk Chamber Bon Fire & Brat Fry*
9-15-20169-18-201635th Annual Tomahawk Fall Ride for MDA
The open road leads to Tomahawk and the 35th annual Tomahawk Fall Ride for MDA Sept. 15-18, 2016. Some 40,000 visitors annually make the trek to the Northwoods of Wisconsin for the special event that raises money for one, special cause – the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). More information and updates will be posted the closer date gets to event.
9-15-20169-18-2016Tomahawk Fall Ride for MDA
Tomahawk Fall Ride for MDA
10-6-201610-6-2016Remembering...Einer H Ingman Jr's Birthday
Remembering...Einer H Ingman Jr's Birthday
10-12-201610-12-2016Tomahawk Chamber
Tomahawk Chamber Annual Membership Drive
10-15-201610-15-2016Zion Lutheran Church Banquet
Kinship of Tomahawk Banquet
10-22-201610-22-2016Zion Lutheran Church Banquet
Zion Lutheran Church Harvest Dinner
10-29-201610-29-2016Halloween Festivities
Tomahawk Main Street Halloween Festivities
11-8-201611-8-2016General Election
General Election
11-11-201611-11-2016Win the Window
Win the Window starts
11-18-201611-18-2016Tomahawk Venison Feed
Tomahawk Venison Feed
11-26-201611-26-2016Tomahawk Christmas Parade & Winter Wonderland
Tomahawk Christmas Parade & Winter Wonderland
12-3-201612-3-2016Finnish Independence Day
Finnish Independence Day Brantwood
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.
Play and Learn
Play and Learn @ the Tomahawk Public Library, a program for little people and the grown-ups who care for them runs from 10 to 11:30 a.m. every Thursday until Memorial Day. “Parents and caregivers are invited to bring little ones for playtime, crafts, music, stories, activities, snacks and fun. It is a great place to meet others who care for young children as well as a safe place to bring young children to meet and play with each other,” notes Children’s Librarian Annette Miller.


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