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June 2019

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  • Antigo Farmers Market
    312 Forrest Ave
    8:00 am to noon
    The Antigo Farmers Market is a local food market located at the Heinzen Pavilion at Peaceful Valley Park. The market is open from 8 am to noon on Saturdays from June 1 through September 28, 2019. Vendors are selling local produce, locally handmade crafts and giving educational presentations related to food choices and preparation. Come see what they have to offer. All produce displayed for sale is produced locally (50-mile radius) by the vendors who are selling. The Antigo Farmers Market, Inc.is a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
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  • 20199 Showdown in Curdtown NTPA Truck & Tractor Pull
    364 North Maple Street
    6:30pm - 10:30pm
    This year's pull will be held on SATURDAY, JUNE 8th at 6:30pm (**Rain date - Sunday, June 9, 2019) this is the 13th annual fundraier for the Ellsworth FFA Alumni - Region 3 Pull of the Year!! The Pull will be held at the Pierce County Fairgrounds in Ellsworth, WI. The Ellsworth FFA Alumni uses the proceeds from this pull to aid the Ellsworth FFA Chapter, such as supporting members who are attending leadership activities, tuition assistance, scholarships, etc. The Ellsworth FFA does many community service projects, such as cleaning road ditches, running free kids activities during the Cheese Curd Festival, Christmas lighting in the park, and much more. Tickets available online at https://bit.ly/2J5Di7M
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  • Wisconsin Wine and Cheese Fest at Old World Wisconsin
    W372S9727 Hwy 67
    2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
    Taste Wine and Cheese from Wisconsin's five wine regions. Included with each admission are 10 wine samples and a 5-ounce glass of your favorite wine! Cheese or ice cream will also be offered from each region. Guests will also have the opportunity to listen to live music, see cheese carvings, and help churn butter. Old World Wisconsin admission is not required to attend this event. This event is co-hosted by the Wisconsin Winery Association. Cost: $30/adult. All Wisconsin Historical Society members receive a 10% discount. Wisconsin Winery Association member price $27. Tickets available for purchase the day of the event on-site.
    (262) 594-6301
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  • Central Rivers Farmshed Community Potluck
    Stevens Point
    1220 Briggs Court
    Community Potluck Series is a monthly themed dinner that invites community members to join each other for great food and conversation. Bring a small dish to pass and meet others with similar interests! The event is family friendly and FREE. These are held every second Tuesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:00pm at Farmshed’s downtown greenhouse site. Visit our Facebook page for details and themes for the upcoming month!
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  • Breakfast in the Valley
    Eau Claire
    5530 Fairview Dr
    5 am - 10 am
    Mark your calendars for this annual event, organized by the Breakfast in the Valley Committee of the Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce, which celebrates the importance of agriculture in our local economy. Held on the second Friday in June at the Eau Claire County Exposition Center, more than 300 Eau Claire Chamber volunteers begin serving breakfast from 5 -10 a.m. to more than 3,000 people. Free commemorative mugs for the first 2,700 people served compliments of Eau Claire Energy Cooperative, Breakfast in the Valley's platinum sponsor. Cost is $7 for adults, $2 for children 3 to 12.
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  • Budweiser Dairyland Super National Truck & Tractor Pull
    Tomah, WI 54660
    1625 Butts Avenue
    10am - 12pm
    One of the Nations premier event for truck & tractor pullers. 2 Pulling Tracks - 5 Sessions/Thursday 7pm - Friday & Saturday 12 & 7pm - Pulling action!
  • 21 - 23
    7558 Deer Rd
    FRI & SAT 9:00AM - 11:00PM, SUN 9:00AM - 4:00PM
    Celebrate the summer solstice at The 30th Anniversary Energy Fair on June 21-23, 2019! Organized by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association, The Energy Fair is the nation’s longest-running event of its kind and brings over 10,000 attendees together to learn about sustainability and clean energy, connect with others, and take action toward a sustainable future. Enjoy over 250 workshops and 200 exhibitors, inspirational keynote speakers, live music, camping, family fun, great food, and more. Come to learn and connect with others and then stay for the fun! The 30th Anniversary Energy Fair has new featured workshop tracks, a Tiny Home Alley, Electric Vehicle Ride-N-Drive, live music, and keynote presentations. You can learn more at: TheEnergyFair.org.
    The Midwest Renewable Energy Association
    (715) 592-6595
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  • MREA Energy Fair
    7558 Deer Road
    Friday and Saturday 9am-11pm and Sunday 9am - 4pm
    The Energy Fair brings over 13,000 attendees together to learn about clean energy and sustainability, connect with others, and take action towards a sustainable future. Enjoy over 200 workshops, over 200 exhibitors, inspirational keynote speakers, live music, camping, family fun, great food, and more. Organized by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association, The Energy Fair is the longest-running event of its kind in the nation. Come to learn and connect with others, then stay for the fun! Tickets and event information at: TheEnergyFair.org.
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  • Cheese Curd Festival
    East End Park, Hwy 10
    6/21/19 4pm - 10pm, 6/22/19 8am - 10pm
    Ellsworth’s Cheese Curd Festival celebrates the town’s designation as the Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin. Their very own Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery creates the tasty white morsels, which have earned world-wide acclaim. Centrally located within Ellsworth’s East End Park, admission to the festival is free. You would be wise to wear your stretchy pants to fully enjoy the wide variety of creative cheese curd dishes, fresh hand-battered, deep-fried cheese curds and dipping sauces, and an exclusive top-secret dessert curd that rivals the mini donut! Several guided tasting experiences offer you the opportunity to learn and engage with the crafters, cooks and makers of the festival’s starring foods: Cheese, craft beer, wine, hard ciders, real dairy ice-cream and authentic Sconnie BBQ. When you’ve had your fill of food, sit back and enjoy an eclectic mix of music. A variety of regional acts, ranging from solo vocal artists and blues and folk acts, perform throughout the festival. The Cheese Curd Eating Contest is great fun and keeps spectators on the edge of their seats cheering for their favorite competitors, which if you’re feeling adventurous, could be you! For full details and a complete schedule of event, visit the Cheese Curd Festival website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the last Festival news and announcements.
    (715) 273-6442