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Rusk County Jr. Fair

Rusk County Fair Grounds in Ladysmith
Lots of Animals, Food and Fun. Carnival, Lawn mower pulls, Mud bog, Truck/Tractor pull, Car show, Livestock and small animal auctions, Lots of kids activities and educational displays.

Andy Johnson 715-532-2151.


6th Annual WHYS Bluegrass Festival

Lake Altoona, Altoona
The Lowest Pair, Kind Country, Seeger Boys, Ditch Lilies, U.K.E. (Ukulele Klub of Eau Claire), Stringsmiths, North of Dixie. Fiddle contest, family friendly, Kubb, local craft beers & full menu, on the bike trail, free parking, bring a chair or a blanket. http://www.whysradio.org/Bluegrass.php

Jamie Browning, 715 514 2156, coach@whysradio.org


Stanley Lions Watermelon Festival

Chapman Park, Stanley, WI
8 a.m. Crafts Show & Flea Marker
9 a.m. 5k run/walk (Registration 8-8:50 a.m.
9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Car Show
10:30 a.m. Chicken Dinner

11 a.m. Free Watermelon, Cake Walk
1 p.m. Children's Games
1:30 p.m. Bingo
4:00 p.m. Drawing for Raffle Prize Winners

Norm Christianson 715-644-3638
Gary Krueger 715-644-2700 or
715-206-0799



Fall Family Festival

Nature's Edge Therapy Center- 2523 14 3/4 Ave, Rice Lake, WI 54868
Trail rides, games, pony rides, petting zoo, hay wagon rides, chicken dinner, western photos, live music, and a barn dance

Natures Edge Therapy Center
# 715-859-6670
naturesedge@citizens-tel.net
www.naturesedgetherapycenter.org



Stanley Lions Watermelon Fest 5k

Chapman Park, Stanley
Join the Stanley Lions for their third annual Watermelon Fest 5k on Sunday July 27th 2014. This run/walk is held at Chapman Park in Stanley. Registration starts at 8am at the Rod & Gun Club building and the event starts at 9am. The first 100 participants receive "running watermelon" socks. Division winners receive hand blown glass watermelon awards. More information can be found at www.facebook.com/StanleyLionsClub. Be sure to stick around for Watermelon Fest!

Adam Smit, 920-819-9804


International Fall Festival

Eau Claire, WI
Looking to explore the different cultural traditions of the Chippewa Valley? Then join in with the celebrations of the International Fall Festival!


salina.heller@eauclairewi.gov