Washburn Brownstone Block Party

Brownstone Block Party Schedule

Washburns Brownstone Days Block Party

Schedule of Events July 26 through Sunday July 29

Thursday, July 26

2PM-3:30PM – Strawberry Shortcake Social at Northern Lights Healthcare

7:30PM – Big Top Chautauqua Belfast to Bluegrass

Friday, July 27

10AM-2PM – ABC Thrift Shop Lemonade, Bean Bag Toss and Bargains -All proceeds gotowards “Our New Look”

11AM-1PM – Salad Luncheon at Messiah Lutheran Church

1-4PM – Garden Tour, self-guided. Maps at Washburn Chamber and area businesses 5 PM – Tom Blake FREE Memorial Paddle -Memorial Park to Houghton and back

6PM-11PM – WES 500 Fundraiser – Live music by Noble Sound and The Chequamegon BayPeople’s Orchestra. Raffles and Food at the top of Washington Ave.

7:30PM – Big Top Chautauqua Rufus Wainright

 

Saturday, July 28

8AM-3PM – 9th Annual North Coast Car Show with live music by “Whitecaps” at North CoastCoffee 8AM-1PM – 6th Annual Washburn Board Across the Bay stand-up paddleboard race – Racesfor all experience levels at Thompson’s West End Park

9AM – 5th Annual Lion’s Club Family 2 Person Best Ball Golf Outing – Shotgun Start – 9 Holesof golf Men/Women Hole Prizes/Plaques – $100 for 1st place team – BBQ Pork Lunch. Signup teams at 715.373.1100 Lake Superior View Golf Course

9AM-5PM – Karlyn’s Gallery 50th Anniversary Open House – Enjoy 50% off select paintings

10AM-2PM – ABC Thrift Shop Lemonade, Bean Bag Toss and Bargains -All proceeds gotowards “Our New Look”

10AM – 3rd Annual Run and Scavenger Hunt (Age 7-12) Starts and Ends at Thompson’s WestEnd Park 10AM-5PM – Arts & Crafts, Food at Wikdal Park 10AM-2PM – Living on the Lake, Washburn Historical Cottages House Tour $10 chargeSponsor: Washburn Heritage Association

10AM-4PM – “Fire & Ice” Root Beer Float Social and Fundraiser 11AM-3PM – Family/Kid Backyard Games at Wikdal Park

11AM – Harbor House Sweets Pulled Pork, Brats, Ice Cream and other treats

11AM, 12PM, 1PM – Historic Washburn Trolley Tours FREE Departs on Bayfield St. in frontof IGA at 3rd Ave. W.

1AM – Pet Pageant at Wikdal Park Sponsor: Country Care Pet Hospital

1-8:30PM – Shawn Berseth Memorial Fund 3-Point Shootout by the Washburn Chamber

4PM – Painted Benches Auction – Chamber Parking Lot Sponsored by the Legacy ConsortiumAuctioneer: Jan Lee

3PM-7PM – FREE Live music by Russ and Rock Bottom Chamber Parking Lot Kids/Family activities: Corn Hole, Fishing, Hula Hoops and Bubbles, Sidewalk Chalk Art, Large games and more Food/Beer/Refreshments

7-10PM – FREE Live music by 3 Wheel Drive at Harbor View Event Center – Lounge and Deck Open at Noon 7:30PM – Big Top Chautauqua All Aboard: Songs of the Railroad Sponsor: Brownstone Rx

8PM – Live music at Patsy’s by the Whitecaps

8-10PM – Light Up the Marina One Boat at a Time – Festively lit boats highlight the waterfront 10PM – Fireworks over the Coal dock

 

 

Sunday, July 29

Bike Festival at Mt. Valhalla (8.5 miles up Co. C) 10-10:45AM – Registration; 10AM-End of Event – Obstacle Course 11AM – Race Start 4 or 8 mile, Youth: 1 or 2 Mile

11AM- 3PM – Karlyn’s Gallery 50th Anniversary Open House; Enjoy 50% off select paintings

12PM – Picnic in the Park at Thompson’s West End Park– Food by Lion’s Club, Music & Games

1PM – Annual Barrel Fight aided by Washburn Fire Dept – Teams of 4 Same day registration

Author: aijennings

Real Estate Agent/Broker (20 years experience) Specialties: Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Foreclosure, Short-Sale Tony is known and admired locally in the northwoods and lives near the lake in Washburn with his wife Erin, and their two beautiful children. He loves living in the Chequamegon bay area, and is an experienced Realtor, bringing more than twenty years of both residential and commercial real estate experience to the table. He also has decades of hands-on experience with building and construction, which compliments his work and benefits his clients. Since beginning his real estate career, Tony has continued his training, taking courses from the National Association of Realtors NAR and Wisconsin Realtors Association WRA and attending workshops on alternative and sustainable building methods. In addition to more standard transactions, Tony also has experience working with homesteaders, those interested in living off the grid, and other less-mainstream buyers. As a Broker, Tony is able to represent both buyers and sellers, offering thorough, knowledgeable service. He enjoys helping his clients navigate the sometimes confusing buying and selling processes, creating an experience which leaves the client empowered. He aims to provide service that is relaxed and satisfying, in keeping with the northwoods lifestyle. Tony's love of the Chequamegon Bay area is evidenced by his commitment to its local area businesses and organization; he believes strongly in supporting the local economy to promote sustainable growth. A true man of the northwoods, Tony is an avid hunter, fisherman and forager of wild edibles. When not working on real estate, he can often be found in the garden, and prides himself on keeping the freezer full of local, organic foods. Tony's clients can expect a sincere & knowledgeable representative who understands the business and works hard to ensure that his client's needs are met.

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