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Calendar of Events


Upcoming Events
Start DateEnd DateEvent Description
5-23-20159-5-2015Kwahamot Ski Shows
Kwahamot Water Ski Club – Free water ski shows, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, through Sept. 5, Kwahamot Park by N. 4th St. bridge. Starting time is
7:30 p.m. until June 16 when it changes to 8 p.m.; back to 7:30 p.m. beginning Aug. 11.
5-24-20159-6-2015Summer Outdoor Worship
Sundays, 10 a.m., Schaefer’s Wharf, County Road L on Lake Nokomis, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Presented by Grace Lutheran Church. Bring chair, blanket. Rain location: Indoors at Grace Lutheran Church, 108 W. Somo Ave., Tomahawk. Information: 715-453-4066. Everyone welcome.
5-24-20159-6-2015Summer Outdoor Worship
Sundays, 10 a.m., Schaefer’s Wharf, County Road L on Lake Nokomis, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Presented by Grace Lutheran Church. Bring chair, blanket. Rain location: Indoors at Grace Lutheran Church, 108 W. Somo Ave., Tomahawk. Information: 715-453-4066. Everyone welcome.
8-24-20159-1-2015Pool Schedule
Monday, Aug. 24 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Tuesday, Aug. 25 High school girls’ swim team hosts Hatchet Relays, 5 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 26 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Thursday, Aug. 27 High school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Friday, Aug. 28 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Saturday, Aug. 29 Pool closed.

Sunday, Aug. 30 Pool closed.

Monday, Aug. 31 High school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Tuesday, Sept. 1 High school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.
8-26-20159-1-2015Ladies’ pool league meetings
The Tuesday Ladies’ One on One Pool League meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, at Prairie Rapids. New teams are welcome. Sponsor fee of $50 will be collected, rules will be read and any change requests will be voted on. For more information, call Tess, 715-493-0545, or Penni, 715-453-2661. The Northwoods Ladies’ Pool League will meet at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 26, at Boomba Bar. If you are interested in putting in a team or just a player looking to play, stop in. For more information, contact Amy, 715-564-2536, or Lisa at The End Zone, 715-453-7066.
9-1-20159-8-2015Government Meetings
Tuesday, Sept. 1 – City of Tomahawk Planning and Zoning Commission, 8 a.m., City Hall, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: inspector’s report; community development authority; old business (review outdoor storage, vehicles, environment; update, raze or repair orders, 425 N. Fourth St., 28 W. Rice Ave.; review permit fees, inspection fees, miscellaneous permits; comprehensive plan update); new business (garage sales regulations).

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – North Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board One Stop Operator Committee, 1 p.m., Post Road, Stevens Point. Agenda includes: Job Center updates (customer service survey; Job Center of Wisconsin; Crandon location); Job Fair; WIOA; business services.

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – Oneida County Conservation and UW-EX Education Committee and Labor Relations/Employee Services Committee, 2 p.m., Oneida County Airport, Rhinelander. Agenda includes: NCRPC report, land and water and UW Extension; Conservation, UW-EX education committee adjourn; Labor Relations/Employee Services Committee continues, closed session (employee leave of absence/employment); open session; deputy county veterans service officer vacancy review appeal.

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – City of Tomahawk Board of Public Works, 5 p.m., City Hall, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: new business (review streets, sidewalks, public places; requests for variances, streets, sidewalks, public places – Tomahawk Main Street, Inc., Old Towne Mall, Tomahawk Monument Co., Tomahawk Sports Center; request alley repair between north/south alley between Third and Fourth Street and River Street and Prospect Street; garage furnace replacement proposals; request, stop sign, intersection of South Tomahawk Avenue and County Road S); old business (thank you letter, bike issues, Eighth Street and Somo Avenue; highway 86 bridge, lights).

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – City of Merrill Personnel and Finance Committee, 5:15 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes: request, Stephanie Monka Springborn, refund of $50,000 bond she provided to city when she assumed ownership of property, 413-419 W. Main St.; request from Police Chief Neff to dispose of Kustom Signals Radar trailer and 1998 Kawaski Mule ATV via sale or auction; 2016 budget parameters; closed session (city employment handbook related to eligibility for sick leave retirement payment); open session

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – City of Tomahawk License and Permits Committee, 6 p.m., City Hall, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: licenses (operator licenses; original liquor license, Rodeway Inn & Suites, 1738 Comfort Dr.); special events (year to date budget vs. actual for celebrations; Fall Ride updates; Chamber of Commerce venison feed Nov. 20, annual Christmas parade and winter wonderland Nov. 28); old business (events coordinator, meeting with Chamber of Commerce board of directors).

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – City of Merrill City Plan Commission Public Hearing, 6 p.m., City Hall, Merrill. Agenda includes: conditional use permit from Building Block (Renee Hertzfeldt) for group child care facility, 122 N. State St.

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – City of Tomahawk Finance Committee, 6:30 p.m., City Hall, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: checks; old business (329 Bradley Farm Road; North Fourth Street right-of-way; request, Wurl-Feind-Ingman Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2687-city property located on Rice Avenue behind the VFW, 203 S. Fourth St.); new business (Tomahawk Development Corporation, property near Wheeler Road).

Tuesday, Sept. 1 – City of Tomahawk Common Council, 7 p.m., City Hall, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: checks; operator licenses, original liquor license, Rodeway Inn & Suites, 1738 Comfort Drive; storm water utility; Wurl-Feind-Ingman Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2687, parking lot lease.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – City of Tomahawk Water and Sewer Utility Commission, 8 a.m., City Hall, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: old business (wastewater projects, grit pad).

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – Oneida County Joint Labor Relations / Employee Services Committee, 9 a.m., Courthouse, Rhinelander. Agenda includes: ITS department structure; vacancy review appeal: ITS director; 2016 budget update, wage increases, health insurance plan.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – Oneida County Planning and Development, Courthouse, Rhinelander. 12:30 p.m., closed session (tourist rooming house violation town of Newbold; home occupation administrative review permit violation, town of Enterprise; land disturbance, placement of structures less than 75 feet from OHWM, town of Minocqua); open session; 1 p.m., regular meeting, agenda includes: approval, Farmland Preservation Plan joint resolution; ordinance amendment, private onsite wastewater treatment system; zoning permit requirement/exception, Oneida County Zoning and Shoreland Protection ordinance; rezones, towns of Woodruff, Minocqua; 2015, 2016 budgets.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – Oneida County Forestry, Land and Recreation, 4 p.m., Courthouse, Rhinelander. Agenda includes: forest management (timber stumpage revenue; timber sales; timber sale #1595); Good Neighbor Authority presentation; Pickerel Canal bridge bids; closed session (Burrows ATV bridges); open session; forestry department 2016 budget; future equipment purchases; Almon Park asphalt paving project; future land acquisition projects (county forest parcels list for trade consideration; existing Knowles-Nelson grant applications update); discussion, ATV/UTV trail into Lake Tomahawk, other areas, Oneida County; Burrows Lake gravel pit; 2015 Wisconsin County forest Association annual meeting Sept. 24-25.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – City of Merrill Parks and Recreation Commission, 4:15 p.m., Smith Center, Merrill. Agenda includes: site visit, new aquatic center; review/approve 2016 fees, operational budget.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – City of Merrill Joint Review Board, 4:30 p.m., City Hall. Agenda includes: consideration, appointment, public member; election of chairperson; discuss responsibilities; review/discuss proposed project plan amendments/creation, Tax Incremental District (TID) #3 project plan amendment in order to share increment with TIDs #6, 7, 8, and TIDs #3, 6, 7, 8, project plan/boundary amendments and TID #10 creation.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – City of Merrill Redevelopment Authority, 5:30 p.m., City Hall. Agenda includes: presentation, West Side renewal plan; consider resolution authorizing development agreement, City of Merrill and RD Properties LLC-Phase 1 (500 block West Main Street and 100 block North Genesee Street); public hearings, 6 p.m., Tax Incremental District (TID) #3 project plan amendment in order to share increment with TIDs #6, 7, 8, and TIDs #3, 6, 7, 8, project plan/boundary amendments and TID #10 creation.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 – Cooperative Education Service Agency #9 Board of Control, 5:45 p.m., new board member orientation; 6:30 p.m., regular meeting, CESA #9 office, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: new business (approval of employee compensation 2015-16; Skyward software); board development.

Thursday, Sept. 3 – Lincoln County Highway Committee, 7:30 a.m., Commissioner’s Office, Merrill. Agenda includes: approve North Central Region fall meeting attendance/per diem; team building; dead deer pick-up; replacement of authorized positions, highway worker; early buy back option, Cat graders; water truck, replacement of unit 174; CTH CC bridge jurisdiction, B-35-076.

Thursday, Sept. 3 – City of Tomahawk Ad Hoc Committee, Ad Hoc Committee of Park and Recreations, 5 p.m., City Hall, Tomahawk. Agenda includes: new business (firewood auctions; tree policies, urban forest management planning, trees located on private property, emerald ash borer; city tree nursery).

Thursday, Sept. 3 – Lincoln County Social Services Committee, 6 p.m., Service Center, Merrill. Agenda includes: proposed resolution regarding social work safety bill; discussion, Division of Energy, Housing, Community Resources/Wisconsin Heat and Energy Assistance Program pilot; community based poverty forum; out-of-home care/placements.

Tuesday, Sept. 8 – School District of Tomahawk Annual District Meeting, 6 p.m., Auditorium, Tomahawk School complex. Agenda includes: Budget hearing/annual meeting.
9-1-20159-8-2015Pool Schedule
Tuesday, Sept. 1 High school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Wednesday, Sept. 2 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Thursday, Sept. 3 High school girls’ swim team hosts Rhinelander, 5:30 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 4 Adult morning lap swim, 6-8 a.m.; high school girls’ swim team practice, TBA.

Saturday, Sept. 5 Pool closed.

Sunday, Sept. 6 Pool closed.

Monday, Sept. 7 Pool closed.

Tuesday, Sept. 8 High school girls’ swim team practice, TBA
9-4-20159-6-2015Progress Days
(Rain date Monday, Sept. 7), various locations in Prentice. Includes kickball, co-ed softball tournament, volleyball, dunk tank, arts and crafts, parade, food, infl atable rides and bouncies, open house at Caterpillar Forest Products, music, genealogical research, history display, log loading contest, airplane rides, old fi re truck rides, watermelon eating contest, free children’s movie, live music in Fire Hall, Leo Heikkinen Memorial Golf Tournament, horse pull, bean bag tournament, horse drawn wagon rides, spaghetti feed, Community Hymn Sing, live music. Sponsored by Prentice Lions, Volunteer Fire Department, Optimists Club. Information: 715-428-2964, 715-428-2124.
9-5-20159-5-2015Last Kwahamot Ski Show
Last show of season. $1,000 raffle drawing.
9-6-20159-6-2015No Frills Marathon
Following Bearskin Trail from Tomahawk to Minocqua; race starts 7 a.m. from Nokomis Community Park, County Road L, Tomahawk, fi nishes at Bearskin Trailhead behind Minocqua Post Office. Register: www.minocquanofrillsmarathon.com.
9-9-20159-9-2015League of Women Voters meeting
The League of Women Voters of the Northwoods will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 5:30 p.m. at the Tomahawk Public Library, 300 W. Lincoln Ave. The public is welcome. LWVNOW’s program of study, We Are All About Education, will give an update about testing and curriculum issues. In preparation for National Voter Registration Day which occurs Sept. 22, a local high school voter registration simulation will be presented. September will be the last evening meeting of 2015. Future monthly meetings will be brown bag lunch meetings beginning at noon as follow: Oct. 14, Oneida County Department of Aging, Rhinelander; Nov. 11 at the Minocqua Public Library; Dec. 9, Tomahawk at a location to be announced; and Jan. 13, Oneida County Department of Aging. More information is available at http://lwvnow.org.
9-9-20159-9-2015Let’s Take a Ride
Join the Tomahawk Historical Society for a “Let’s Take a Ride” down memory lane Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 6 p.m. at Pine Tree Supper Club in downtown Tomahawk as “the good old days” of early car dealerships and gas stations are remembered. Presenters will include Andy and Dixie Zastrow, Garry White and Rod Greil. There will be a social hour from 5 to 6 p.m. with pizza served. Admission is free.
9-9-20159-9-2015Strikers Bowling league
Strikers Bowling of Tomahawk will have league bowling starting Sept. 9. Organizational meetings for the various leagues are – Ladies Three Person (Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.): Aug. 10 at 7 p.m.; Ladies Four Person (Wednesdays at 1 p.m.): Aug. 19 at 1 p.m.; Mixed Four Person (Sundays at 7 p.m.): Aug. 23 at 7 p.m.; Scratch (Mondays at 7 p.m.): Aug. 24 at 7 p.m.); Men’s Four Person (Wednesdays at 7 p.m.): Sept. 2 at 7 p.m.; Mixed Three Person (Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.): Sept. 17 at 6 p.m. For more information, call 715-453-3245.
9-10-20159-10-2015Play and Learn
Play and Learn @ the Tomahawk Public Library, a program for little people and the grown-ups who care for them, will begin Thursday, Sept. 10. This drop-in program 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 are 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.
9-11-20159-14-2015Treehaven fall programs
•Wild Ricing “Tools” – Friday, Sept. 11, 7 to 9 p.m., and Wild Ricing in Wisconsin, Saturday, Sept. 12, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Explore the ancient art of wild rice harvesting. Wild rice – or Manoomin to the Ojibwe – has played an important role in the history of the state. Long before European contact, Native Americans plied the lakes and rivers of what was to become part of Wisconsin to gather this special gift from the Creator. With a central role in their culture, as well as their diet, this delicious and nutritious wild grain has fed the soul and body for centuries. Learn about the history, ecology, management and harvest of wild rice and try your hand at gathering Manoomin using the traditional methods. Instructors are Peter and Lisa David, Manoonin biologist with the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. Cost for the Friday night program is $20 (includes materials); and for the Saturday program, $46 (includes lunch and equipment). A harvesting permit needs to be purchased from the Department of Natural Resources prior to arrival for $8.25. Register by Aug. 30.

•Aquatic Plants of the Upper Midwest – Monday, Sept. 14, 6 p.m. dinner, 7 p.m. presentation. Guest speaker is Paul Skawinski, author of Aquatic Plants of the Upper Midwest, and aquatic plant biology instructor at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He is also the statewide coordinator of Wisconsin’s Citizen Lake Monitoring Network, which trains citizens to monitor many aspects of water quality on their lakes. He will discuss the diversity of aquatic plants in Wisconsin, and the many values of these plants to the aquatic ecosystems. Cost is $16 for the dinner. Registration is preferred by Sept. 7. To register, go to www.uwsp.edu/ treehaven or call 715-453-4106. Other upcoming programs include: Plant Identifi cation Hikes, Wednesday, Sept. 23 and Sept. 30.
9-12-20159-12-2015A Country Afternoon
1-4 p.m., Knox Creek Heritage Center, N4517 W. Knox Creek Rd., off Hwy. 8, Brantwood. Glimpse of farm life long ago, old-time country social and picnic. Bread sale, baking contest/auction, exhibits, quilters, crafts, raffles, live music, cookout, history displays. Information: 715-564-2520, 715-564-2525, cen73683@centurytel.net, mbraske@yahoo.com.
9-16-20159-16-2015Women Connecting
Women Connecting will meet Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Eagles Club in Merrill. Sandy Carlson from Williams Bay will speak on “Home is Where the Heart Is.” The featured speaker will be Sharon Walsh, an art teacher, discussing “One Stroke Painting.” Cost is $12 at the door. Reservations are needed by Sept. 8 with Marj at 715-218-0441 or Marcia at 715-536-1612.
9-17-20159-20-2015Tomahawk Fall Ride; Guide online now
Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 17-20: Tomahawk’s premier event and huge fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, with $2 million-plus raised for the charity over the years. Four-day motorcycle rally that attracts up to 40,000 bike enthusiasts, with Harley-Davidson plant tours, Friday night Thunder Parade, live music including SARA Park and downtown evening street dances, bike raffles, Chamber bonfire/brat fry and much more. Major events at SARA Park, Harley-Davidson Kaphaem Road plant, downtown and Nokomis Community Park, plus venues throughout community. The Tomahawk Leader publishes the Official Tomahawk Fall Ride for MDA Guide which is available NOW at www.tomahawkleader.com. Hard copies should be at businesses by late August. Information: 715-453-5334; watch for updates and follow-up pictures at www.tomahawkleader.com.
9-19-20159-19-2015Lawnmower and Bar Stool Races
Time trials 11 a.m., racing, noon, Nokomis Community Park, County Road L, Tomahawk.
9-19-20159-19-2015Roller Derby
The Northwoods Derby Knockouts roller derby team will provide entertainment for the Tomahawk Fall Ride at the SARA Park Ice Arena Sept. 19. The Northwoods Derby Knockouts will host a mixed team roller derby bout starting at 11:30 a.m. Admission is free. The Derby Knockouts are still looking for additional skaters to round out the team. Those interested should contact Jessica Thunder at grrrroww@gmail.com.
9-26-20159-26-201556th Annual Christmas Tree Festival
Begins 9 a.m.-midnight, N1859 School House Rd., downtown Ogema. Parade, 11 a.m.; chicken BBQ at 11:30 a.m., other food, refreshments, “Run to the Peak” race to Timm’s Hill, Ogema Public Library book and video sale, quilt show and raffl e, Pioneer House Museum open, wreath and Christmas tree judging, tree toss, lasagna dinner 4-6 p.m., evening program 7 p.m. Ogema Fire Company’s annual Fireman’s Dance, 9 p.m.-midnight at fire hall.
10-2-201510-3-2015Tomahawk ATV/UTV JAMboree
Sponsored by the Northern Wisconsin ATV/UTV Council and Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce, the JAMboree will feature vendors from all around the region as well as provide demo rides and guided tours of area trail systems. Food and refreshment along with entertainment will be held throughout the weekend at SARA Park, where on-site camping is available through the city. Activities are scheduled to take place at SARA Park on Friday, Oct. 2 from 3 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 3 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information on the first ATV/UTV JAMboree, contact Anderson at 715-453-5334 or tamra@gototomahawk.com.
10-3-201510-3-2015Women on the Wings of Faith conference
Ladies: Women on the Wings of Faith announces that Sheri Rose Shepherd is coming to the Northwoods area again Oct. 3. The price for the full day conference is $20, with lunch included. Sign up now and get this lower price. After Aug. 31, admission will go up $5. All women, their friends and family are welcome to join the group for a day of inspiration and encouragement. To sign up, send your name, phone number and payment to Women on the Wings of Faith, P.O. Box 1, Tomahawk, WI 54487. Direct questions to Teri at 715-453-0617 or Helen at 715-612-0445.
10-24-201510-24-2015Harvest Festival Dinner
4-6 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, rantwoodbison@centurytel.net.
10-31-201510-31-2015Halloween Festivities
Downtown Tomahawk. Information: www.tomahawkmainstreet.org, 715-453-1090.
11-20-201511-20-2015Tomahawk Free Venison Feed
11:30 a.m. until gone, downtown Tomahawk. Serving venison burgers as kickoff to fall hunting. Tomahawk Chamber event. Information: 715-453-5334, 800-569-2160.
11-28-201511-28-2015Christmas Parade and Winter Wonderland
Northern Lights Christmas Parade and Winter Wonderland downtown Tomahawk. Santa visit, holiday tree display. Tomahawk Chamber event. Information: 715-453-5334, 800-569-2160.
12-5-201512-5-2015Finnish Independence Day
2 p.m. dinner, 4 p.m. program. Community Center, N4888 Stadium Rd., corners of Hwy. 8 and County Road D, Brantwood. Finnish Independence Day with Finnish Mojakka (stew) dinner cooked in iron kettle outdoors over wood fire, homemade bread. Program follows meal talking about Finnish history, lighting of candles, ceremony to commemorate Finland’s independence from Russia in 1917, also celebrates community’s largely Finnish early background with slide show about history of Brantwood, Clifford and Tripoli. Event sponsored by Knox Creek Heritage Center. Information: 715-564-2520, 715-564-2525, cen7368@centurytel.net, mbraski@yahoo.com.
6-11-20166-11-2016ACT Test Date
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.
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.
Tomahawk Farmers Market and Flea Market
Saturdays, June 6-end of October, Washington Square Park, near Chamber building. Lincoln County and/or Tomahawk School District farm vendors; flea market vendors from anywhere. Accepting SNAP/EBT and debit cards. Park has children’s play equipment and washrooms. Information/vendor contact: 715-453-1173.
Tomahawk Main Street Farmers’ Market
Tuesday Tomahawk Main Street Farmers’ Market – Tuesdays (June 9 through September), 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or sold out, North Third Street and Wisconsin Avenue, downtown Tomahawk. Non-profits’ bake sale, occasional local entertainment. Growers from Lincoln, Price and (Note: This is just a sampling of events in our area. Events take place in Tomahawk unless otherwise indicated. Dates and times listed here subject to change. Call ahead if traveling any distance. Look for updates at www.tomahawkleader.com. Also check www.traveltomahawk.com for our Town Square Business Directory for places to stay, shop, dine.) Oneida counties; season-long and daily rates available. Information: 715-453-3676.
Free water ski shows
Kwahamot Water Ski Club, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, through Sept. 5, Kwahamot Park by N. 4th St. bridge. Starting time is 7:30 p.m. until June 16 when it changes to 8 p.m.; back to 7:30 p.m. beginning Aug. 11.
Line dancing
Line dancing takes place each Thursday until September at 5 p.m. at the SARA Park Activity Center. Cost is $2 per person for use of the facilities. For information, call 715-453-4085.
Bingo
Weekly Bingo is held every Wednesday at SARA Park. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with games at 7 p.m. Prize money ranges from $550 to $1,000 each week, pus a progressive coverall game worth thousands. Light refreshments are available. Proceeds support the operation of SARA Park.
Nurturing Skills for Families
Lincoln County Family Resource Center is taking registrations for a Nurturing Skills for Families series that will run from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Tuesdays, Sept. 8 through Nov. 10 at the center, 201B Stange St., Merrill. Children present parents with new and sometimes difficult challenges. The classes will provide parents the opportunity to learn new approaches and skills that will empower parents and help ease the stress. Child care will not be provided. To reserve a spot, call 715-539-9228.
Balance and strength program
A “Stepping On” program will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays, Sept. 14-Oct. 26 upstairs at Tomahawk Community Bank, 15 E. Wisconsin Ave. The program covers simple balance and strength exercises; the role vision plays in keeping your balance; how medication can contribute to falls; ways to stay safe when out and about in the community; what to look for in safe footwear; and how to check your home for safety. This program is for any older adult who lives in their own home or independent apartment, able to walk without the help of another person, does not use a walker, scooter or wheelchair most of the time indoors, and is cognitively intact. The suggested contribution is $10. Enrollment is limited. Call ADRC-CW at 715-536-0311 to reserve a spot.


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