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Tourism Events

  1. Baroka's Spring Open House

    May 19, 2017, 9:00 AM - May 21, 2017, 3:00 PM @ at Baroka's Wreaths

    Stop in for the annual spring open house and see how decorations are made, plus find everything you need for Memorial Day and summer outdoor decorating including silk flower arrangements, silk hanging baskets, shepherd hooks, basket stands, cemetery vases, saddles for head stones, vine crosses, resin Memorial books; solar lighted bottle trees, crosses, butterflies & wind chimes; 63" metal geometric wind spinn, sm. & lg. Galaxy effect candles & globes, lawn/garden décor, gift items, candles, apple cider, maple syrup, maple sugar, their 30th anniv. cookbook with over 500 recipes, plus many other new items, and enter for a chance to win a door prize. For custom-made or make-your-own, select silk flowers, a bow and/or decorations, and have it finished any way you would like. Special: 50% off newly arrived silk flowers. Enjoy beverages & desserts while you shop. Can't stop during the open house? Come when you can; open every day as of May 1st from 8am-8pm. Find Jean Baroka on Facebook!

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  2. Heritage Days--Get Hooked on History

    May 20, 2017, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Wisconsin Concrete Park, Phillips

    Native American culture & heritage exemplified by Ojibwe tribal members from the Lac du Flambeau and Red Cliff Reservations. Frank Montano, will display and share information on the history and craft of flute-making and playing. Lac du Flambeau Cultural Connections will accompany some of their school children in presenting a reader’s theater performance. Brian Jackson, Lac du Flambeau educator and Cultural Connections activist, will share in the program’s mission of developing students’ self-awareness through teaching and incorporating traditional values and language. Also from Lac du Flambeau, artisan, musician and award-winning educator, Wayne Valliere, along with three of his apprentices will create an interactive display of many handmade tools, implements and instruments including a birch bark canoe and much more. 5 hours of continuous ethnic music from polka to Ojibwe drums to Barbershop and Czech Singers. Food and beverage available.

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