Although it certainly hasn’t seemed like winter here in our area, these last few days of bitter cold have reminded me that winter is just waiting in the wings to show itself yet again. The Northport Riders are ready to host Snodeo this weekend and pull off another fabulous event. Friday night will feature Vintage Oval racing under the lights, registration starts at 3 p.m. on Friday the 17th, practice from 4 to 6 and the event is from 7 to 9. Saturday is Lake Cross racing with registration starting at 7:30 a.m. There will be radar runs hosted by the Manawa Lions Club and lots of other things happening. There will be food and refreshments available on site as well. This will all be taking place at Bear Lake just a few miles South of Manawa. Come on down and check it out, this event is possible through generous sponsors and hard working volunteers. Check out http://www.northportsnowriders.com/index_files/Page371.htm for more information.
Category Archives: Events Around Manawa
We have had the good fortune and fun to have these ladies playing here at our Inn, and they will once again be featured on March 17th at Smith’s Manawa Steak House. Joyce, Ann and Laurie have alot of fun together and that really shines through in their music. It is not only a treat to hear music live, but knowing that they have so much fun doing it is what sets these ladies apart. It is wonderful to have them playing at a local restaurant right here in Manawa. So come on out and enjoy a delicious, ample dinner at the Steak House while enjoying the musical selections of Ivory Winds with Strings Attached!
There is a Christian Concert being sponsored by the Manawa-Iola Methodist Church. It will be held Sunday October 2nd at the Manawa Masonic Center. As an evangelist and musician, Mike Rayson travels around the world each year preaching and singing about his love for Jesus. He has traveled the length and breadth of his home country of Australia, and also tours extensively each year abroad in countries like the USA, England & New Zealand. He has also traveled a great deal in Europe. Mike Rayson is all about communicating the wonderful, life giving, relational gift of grace.
So come on out to the Manawa Masonic Center and enjoy an afternoon with Mike Rayson. The concert starts at 1 p.m. and a free will offering will be taken.
The Sausage & Cheese Festival has many different things happening the weekend of September 10th. On Friday evening September 9th from 5 to 9 there will be a Wheels on Water Street car cruise, this will be the first time for the car cruise and it will certainly add a fun and classic element to the festival. Over 120 vendors will have a variety of crafts and produce and other market items. There will be alot of tasty foods, including sausage and cheese from local sources. So come and enjoy great music, great food and alot of family fun in New London this weekend!
43rd Annual Scandinavia Corn Roast Weekend is August 5, 6 & 7th, “Simply Entertaining”
All weekend long you can enjoy carnival rides and concessions, wonderful refreshments and great food, entertainment, a parade on Saturday, ball games, not to mention a Farm & Antique Tractor Pulls, and on Sunday, the Corn Roast! Saturday & Sunday you can visit the historic Knoph Cabin and Jole Barbershop museums on the grounds. Sunday is the only day they serve corn. And it is free and available on Sunday until it is gone, boiled, sweet and yummy! The Corn Roast and all of the activities are located at Ellison Memorial Park, 110 Industrial Park Drive in the Village of Scandinavia. There is something for everyone at this well rounded family event!
This weekend will mark the 22nd year of the Midwest Renewable Energy Fair held in Custer, WI. With over 275 exhibitors, featuring clean energy products and sustainable living, as well as over 200 workshops, everything from introductory level to advanced hands-on education regarding solar, wind, green building, local sustainable food and so much more. With such a spotlight on fuel consumption and gas prices, there is also a Clean Energy Car Show featuring exhibitors and demonstration vehicles. Green Building demos displaying sustainable building techniques in action, along with Green Home Pavilion emphasizing building and remodeling in a sustainable way. There will be keynote speakers and music , sustainable tables, chef demos, and a farmer’s market to help bring sustainability to your own dinner table. There will be great food available, even local beer.
Check out their website for more information and ticket prices! Manawa is only 38 minutes from the action at the Energy Fair, we still have rooms available, contact us today!
Sunday, June 26 · 12:00pm – 3:00pm
N7098 Bestul Rd.
Little Creek Music Festival 2011
(Welcome to Haystock)
June 25 & 26
Saturday Trail Ride 1:00 Music 6:00
Music also by Jeanne Bauer and Tammy Drath
Bring your own Chairs
It’s true..the Packers upcoming schedule has been released and there are 8 home games to celebrate! It is unusual that the Pack is playing on Christmas as well as New Years Day. Listed below are the games we have to look forward to at home! In making your reservations for Packer games, always remember that Lindsay House Bed & Breakfast is approximately an hour from Lambeau Field. We are all about accommodating you with an earlier breakfast so you can get out the door and to the stadium to enjoy your tailgating experience! Call us and make your reservations for your next Packer Game experience!
September 8th New Orleans
October 2nd Denver
October 16th St. Louis
November 14th Minnesota
November 20th Tampa Bay
December 11th Oakland
December 25th Chicago
January 1st Detroit
On April 30th between 7 and 10 p.m. The Waupaca Art Show will have its opening premiere, at the Waupaca Expo Center. There will be a cash bar, appetizers and music by 3 clowns/no circus. A free will offering can be given at the door to help offset costs of the event. The art show will be held May 1st 1 to 7 p.m. , May 2nd – May 5th (Mon-Thur) 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and May 6th (Fri) 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Tomorrow River Gallery will be hosting a reception for the Artists listed below on Friday evening, May 13th from 5-7 pm. The public is invited to attend to meet the artists and enjoy their work. The show will run from May 14th through June 5th, and can be viewed during regular business hours at the Gallery at 182 S Main St, Amherst, WI.
Sherry Zei, of Almond is an avid gardener. She loves flowers, plants and greenery of every hue and texture. According to Zei, “I took years of watercolor classes and had trouble translating my love of the outdoors in an acceptable way. I finally determined that I was a “colorist”. I love color and its changes due to light and texture, so I pursued that direction in my painting. That shift along with finding a style that worked for me has allowed me to develop several images that I feel conveys that sense of love for nature that I feel so strongly. I taught Art for 36 years in Wisconsin, and now that I have retired, I am passionately pursuing gardening, biking, kayaking and my own artwork. My work includes silk painting, oil portraits and watercolor”
Susan Peskie Groshek, New Hope Artist is new to the Tomorrow River Gallery this spring. In her own words, she describes her passion for her art. “My drive and energy towards my art has always been focused on nature and its wonderful lighting. I have always enjoyed working with pastels, mostly because they allow me to work ‘en pleine’ (working outdoors) which invigorates me to see nature at its best. My drawings include scenes from the Great Lakes, flowers from Wisconsin, as well as orchids of Florida and numerous landscape’s. My most recent work features waterscapes created during a visit to the Gulf of Mexico this past winter. “Now that I have a newly established art studio in New Hope Township, I look forward to creating works with the excellent north lighting we have here in Wisconsin.”
John Morser, a Stevens Point photographer, is a native Milwaukee-an who discovered film development at the age of 14. After a successful career in the visual arts and retirement from teaching Political Science at UW-Stevens Point in 2002, he discovered digital imaging. Since then he has been doing studies of patterns and light, of natural and urbanscape’s in Ireland, New England, New Mexico, Iowa, the UP and Wisconsin. His most recent work has been in color, but black and white prints still hold his heart. Morser shares that his practices are more “intuitive than reasoned or reflective. While this has allowed a continual “joy of discovery”, of seeing things not “seen” by me before, it does hinder my discussion of what I do, or why I did a particularly thing in any set of circumstances. While some of my work is planned, arranged and constructed in the studio, the bulk of my work is not, and the reasons I created a particular image are often not very clear to me.