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THINK SPRING! Hauser's Superior View Farm’s annual RED BARN PLANT SALE opens for the season on Thursday, April 29!
Featuring freshly-dug, field-grown, perennial root stock, Hauser’s perennials are climatized right here and are ready for your gardens now!
Plus, from Hauser's own greenhouses, annuals, vegetables, herbs, and beautiful hanging baskets are available. Looking for berry plants, apple/pear trees; soils; and other garden supplies? We’ve got those too!
To order for perennials for pickup go to www.superiorviewfarm.com.
Following CDC guidelines.
The Washburn School District's Annual Student Art Show returns to the Washburn Cultural Center’s galleries this month from May 4–24! Stop by to see this popular yearly exhibition of works created by elementary, middle, and high school artists over the past year. This year's show includes over one hundred paintings, drawings, ceramics, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media works. Click here to view a virtual exhibition of this show.
Our galleries, antiques and collectibles shop, and museum are open daily! Our hours in May are:
• Monday–Friday: 12–5pm
• Saturday & Sunday: 12–4pm
Enjoy a month-long tasting of the Washburn Area eateries.
From Mon. May 10th - Mon. June 7 take the time to dine from the signature menus that make up Washburn’s renowned eateries. Pick up a “passport” when you Eat. Drink. Washburn.
*Please note the times on this event do not reflect the times you can dine! Facebook is being Facebook. You can use the passports at any time the establishment is open!
Spend a minimum of $10.00 at any of the participating eateries to have your “passport” stamped. A 3 stamp minimum will qualify a person to be entered in the raffle to win a $50.00 gift certificate to the eatery of the winners choice.
Passports must be submitted to the Washburn Chamber Office (100 W Bayfield St.) no later than Friday, June 11th to be entered in the raffle.
Planning AHEAD (Advance directives, Home finances, Estate planning, and Arriving at Decisions for the end of this life) was created to address most aspects of end-of-life planning.
There are a total of 7 modules examining health care wishes, financial responsibilities, legal requirements and documentation, distribution of personal property, end-of-life decisions, dealing with grief, and the emotional ramifications of all of the above. The program is designed both for those who want to prepare for their own passing, to make things easier for family members and for those who have lost, or are in the process of losing, a loved one and are dealing with the transition.