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Community Events

  1. Hauser's Super View Farm Red Barn Plant Sale

    April 29, 2021, 9:00 AM - May 31, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Hauser's Superior View Farm

    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.

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  2. Annual Student Art Show hosted by the Washburn Cultural Center

    May 6, 2021, 12:00 PM - May 23, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Washburn Cultural Center

    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

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  3. The Hungry Bear 100

    May 8, 2021, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    The Hungry Bear 100 is Advocate Cycling Productions first gravel race! Using the excellent forest roads of Bayfield County and the Chequamegon National Forest, we will take a grand loop of Lake Namekagon for the first running of the Hungry Bear 100. Why the Hungry Bear? Well, the race will be at the time of year when the bears are waking up, so keep an eye out in the forest for a hangry (that’s hungry+angry) ursine creature. Born from the mind of River’s Eatery’s Mick Endersbe, he envisioned putting together the loop that leaves from Cable, WI, and circles right back around to the pizza joint. We chatted, and devised a route that takes you through an a full 100 mile course, that has absolutely no support, no stop lights, and excellent scenery. There will be a 60 mile event and 100 mile event. The 100 miler will start and finish in Cable, and the 60 miler will start later on the course, and finish with the 100 miler in Cable.

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