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  1. Calendar Overlay Executive Committee Meetings (1)
  2. Calendar Overlay Forestry & Parks Committee (1)
  3. Calendar Overlay Health Department (3)
  4. Calendar Overlay Human Services Events Calendar (1)
  5. Calendar Overlay Planning & Zoning Committee (2)
  6. Calendar Overlay Visitors (27)

Executive Committee Meetings

  1. Executive Committee

    September 17, 4:00 PM @ Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
    Bayfield County Annex Building
    Washburn, WI 54891

Forestry & Parks Committee

  1. Forestry and Parks Committee Meeting

    September 22, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ 117 E. 5th Street

Health Department

  1. Living Well with Chronic Conditions Workshop

    September 22, All Day @ Cable Community Center & Bayfield Bethesda Luthera

    Are you an adult with an ongoing health condition? In this Living Well with Chronic Conditions workshop in 6 weekly sessions you will: • Get the support you need. • Find practical ways to manage pain, fatigue and sleep problems. • Discover better nutrition and exercise choices and how to deal with emotions. • Learn how to problem solve and implement new ideas. • Learn communication skills that help you talk about your health and more!! If you have conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, or anxiety, the Living Well Workshop can help you take charge of your life. It’s FREE!!

  2. Senior Moments: Normal Aging vs. Dementia (Discussion & Buffet Dinner)

    September 25, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ WITC Conference Center, Ashland, WI

    Speakers and Topics: Reversible vs. Irreversible Causes of Confusion Kim Ogle, MD, Essentia Health - Ashland Clinic When to Worry: Dementia vs. Normal Aging Dan Gardner, Ph.D., Memorial Medical Center General Resources & Access Information Carrie Linder, Aging & Disability Services Manager, Bayfield County Department of Human Services Information for Caregivers & Care Partners Misty Mogensen, RN, BS, CDP, CDCM, Dementia Care Specialist, Aging & Disability Resource Center of the North Sponsors: Essentia Health Clinic-Ashland, Chequamegon Clinic, The Health Care Clinic, NW Wisconsin Tobacco Free Coalition, WITC-Ashland, Northern Lights Services INC., Public Health Departments of Ashland and Bayfield Counties, NorthLakes Community Clinic, Red Cliff Tribal Clinic, Bad River Tribal Health Clinic and Memorial Medical Center.

  3. Living Well with Chronic Conditions Workshop

    September 29, All Day @ Cable Community Center & Bayfield Bethesda Luthera

    Are you an adult with an ongoing health condition? In this Living Well with Chronic Conditions workshop in 6 weekly sessions you will: • Get the support you need. • Find practical ways to manage pain, fatigue and sleep problems. • Discover better nutrition and exercise choices and how to deal with emotions. • Learn how to problem solve and implement new ideas. • Learn communication skills that help you talk about your health and more!! If you have conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, or anxiety, the Living Well Workshop can help you take charge of your life. It’s FREE!!

Human Services Events Calendar

  1. Human Services Board Meeting

    September 23, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ EOC room in the Annex Building of the Bayfield County Courthouse

    Monthly Human Service Board meeting. Agenda details will be uploaded to the "Boards & Committees" page of this website one week prior to the meeting. Current and previous meeting information as well as minutes can also be found in the "Boards & Committees" page under Human Services.

Planning & Zoning Committee

  1. Planning and Zoning Committee Meeting (Agenda 21 will NOT be addressed at our meeting)

    September 18, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ County Board Room

    Agenda 21 is not on our agenda and will NOT be addressed at this meeting.

  2. Board of Adjustment Meeting

    September 25, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ County Board Room

Visitors

  1. Weekly Washburn Farmers Market

    September 17, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ North Coast Coffee Parking Lot

    Fresh local produce.

  2. Weekly Thursday Farmer's Market

    September 18, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Cornucopia Beach

    This farmer’s market runs every Thursday from 3-6pm through October under the willows at the Cornucopia Beach with local produce, baked goods and more. A pot luck dinner follows.

  3. American Legion Car Show

    September 20, All Day

  4. Friends of the Library Flea Market

    September 20, All Day

  5. Ride 2 Provide ATV Rally

    September 20, All Day

  6. Saturday Farmer's Market

    September 20, All Day @ Cable UCC Church

  7. Weekly Saturday Farmers Market

    September 20, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Port Wing Town Hall

    Our Mission: To provide a venue for people to buy and sell fresh produce, local art, homemade items and stuff. Quality products always, produce in season. It’s a fun way to start the weekend!

  8. Apostle Islands Cruises (all week)

    September 21, All Day @ Bayfield City Dock

    Scenic narrated cruises of the sight and shipwrecks of the Apostle Islands: sunset cruises, glass-bottom boat shipwreck tours, lighthouse cruises and tours, & island shuttles. Reservations recommended.

  9. Bayfield's Fall Harvest Celebration and Orchard Tours (all week)

    September 21, All Day

    Savor the Beauty and Bounty of Fall in Bayfield. Bayfield is proud to present a spectacle of fall color and quaint harvest decor throughout this small historic fishing village located on the shores of Lake Superior during our Fall Harvest Celebration. Come celebrate the bounty of the season with apple picking, apple cider and wine sampling, Ghost Walking Tours, fall harvest food specials, autumn lodging packages, hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, sailing and more. Visitors will enjoy events like the Apostle Islands Cruises and the Lighthouse Celebration, a Scarecrow Building Workshop, Bayfield’s annual Apple Festival, the Madeline Island Fall Festival, and the WhistleStop fall classic marathon. Take advantage of our special harvest lodging packages and indulge in hearty autumn menus offered by Bayfield’s gourmet eateries.

  10. Summer Sunday Serenades

    September 21, All Day @ Rookery Pub Fine Dining

  11. Weekly Washburn Farmers Market

    September 24, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ North Coast Coffee Parking Lot

    Fresh local produce.

  12. Weekly Thursday Farmer's Market

    September 25, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Cornucopia Beach

    This farmer’s market runs every Thursday from 3-6pm through October under the willows at the Cornucopia Beach with local produce, baked goods and more. A pot luck dinner follows.

  13. Apple Festival Pie Contest & Senior Social

    September 26, All Day

    See how your culinary skills match up –Enter the Bayfield's Apple Festival Pie & Dessert Contest! Each recipe is judged in only one of the five categories: Home Baked All-American Apple Pie, Commercial All-American Apple Pie, Home Baked Creative Apple Pie, Home Baked Apple Dessert, Youth Apple Dessert.

  14. Biketember Fest

    September 26 - September 29

    Biketember ColorFest promises to be the leaf - popping best in early autumn cycling. Our Fall ColorRIDES  are all led by experienced ride leaders and follow the most scenic roads and trails of the Bayfield Peninsula. New this year we are offering 3 types of bicycle riding; road, mountain  and fat bike. Join us for the Most Colorful September Riding in the North. Sponsored by the North Coast Cycling Association (NCCA)/Washburn Area Chamber of Commerce.

  15. Cable Area Fall Festival

    September 26 - September 27

    The fall colors aren't the only thing bursting to life in the fall. Held annually the last weekend of September, downtown Cable is fall fest central. Cornstalks, hay bales and pumpkins line the roads throughout the Cable community. There’s 70+ art & craft vendors, food vendors, live music, classic car & truck show, kid’s activities, pumpkin pecan pancakes, wine & cheese and of course beautiful fall colors! Come join us this September to find out why this is one of the largest growing festivals in Wisconsin! You won’t want to miss this!

  16. Fall ColorRide Bicycle Tour

    September 27 - September 28

    We now have the opportunity to offer both bicyclists and motorists a smooth, seamless, black ribbon of highway out of Washburn toward Cornucopia. Besides becoming an incredible road biking route, this recreational corridor offers easy access to the Mt. Valhalla Recreation Area, to Forest Road 236 (a beautiful road biking destination winding through the National Forest ) and to the gorgeous beaches  and sea caves of Corny. Continue along Wisconsin’s Lake Superior Scenic Byway through Red Cliff toward Bayfield on the newly resurfaced State Hwy 13 to "Do the Horn," either on your bike or in your car. You will be delighted by your "Top of Wisconsin” and “Tip of the Peninsula" experience.

  17. National Public Lands Day

    September 27, All Day @ Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center

    Join us at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center for a short presentation about invasive plants, then head to cut buckthorn on the Aldo Leopold Stewardship Site and weed invasive plants in the Aldo Leopold Seed Orchard nearby.  All equipment is provided.  Volunteers will receive a free pair of leather gloves and water bottle, along with a free lunch.  Call Susan Nelson or Michael Joyner at 715-685-9983 for more information.  Please RSVP to make sure we have enough supplies equipment, and food!

  18. Saturday Farmer's Market

    September 27, All Day @ Cable UCC Church

  19. Trails North ATVers Fall Fun Fest

    September 27, All Day @ Boogies Saloon

    Music, food, beverages, all day fun! Get your cash raffle tickets while supplies last for your chance to win!

  20. UCC Bake Sale

    September 27, All Day @ UCC Church

  21. Gaylord Nelson Wilderness Act Celebration

    September 27, 12:45 AM - 4:00 PM @ Bayfield City Dock - Apostle Islands Cruises

    Join the Sierra Club – John Muir Chapter on Saturday, September 27, 2014, National Public Lands Day, to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act as we embark upon a 2 hour boat tour aboard the Island Princess with Apostle Islands Cruises to explore a portion of the 35,000 acre Gaylord Nelson Wilderness Area, which includes 80% of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in Lake Superior. Speakers include Tia Nelson, daughter of former Senator and pioneering conservationist Gaylord Nelson; Mike Wiggins Jr., Chair, Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Ojibwe; Neil Howk, Assistant Chief of Interpretation and Education, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, National Park Service; and Dave Blouin Mining Committee Chair, Sierra Club - John Muir Chapter. Please join us for this chance to appreciate the fall colors and the irreplaceable beauty of our cleanest, most precious Great Lake, and learn about potential impacts of the proposed open-pit iron ore mine.

  22. Friends of the Library Flea Market

    September 27, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Iron River Library

    The local Iron River Library has a great used book, CD and DVD sale.

  23. Ojibwe Artists

    September 27, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ UCC Church

  24. Weekly Saturday Farmers Market

    September 27, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Port Wing Town Hall

    Our Mission: To provide a venue for people to buy and sell fresh produce, local art, homemade items and stuff. Quality products always, produce in season. It’s a fun way to start the weekend!

  25. Apostle Islands Cruises (all week)

    September 28, All Day @ Bayfield City Dock

    Scenic narrated cruises of the sight and shipwrecks of the Apostle Islands: sunset cruises, glass-bottom boat shipwreck tours, lighthouse cruises and tours, & island shuttles. Reservations recommended.

  26. Bayfield's Fall Harvest Celebration and Orchard Tours (all week)

    September 28, All Day

    Savor the Beauty and Bounty of Fall in Bayfield. Bayfield is proud to present a spectacle of fall color and quaint harvest decor throughout this small historic fishing village located on the shores of Lake Superior during our Fall Harvest Celebration. Come celebrate the bounty of the season with apple picking, apple cider and wine sampling, Ghost Walking Tours, fall harvest food specials, autumn lodging packages, hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, sailing and more. Visitors will enjoy events like the Apostle Islands Cruises and the Lighthouse Celebration, a Scarecrow Building Workshop, Bayfield’s annual Apple Festival, the Madeline Island Fall Festival, and the WhistleStop fall classic marathon. Take advantage of our special harvest lodging packages and indulge in hearty autumn menus offered by Bayfield’s gourmet eateries.

  27. Summer Sunday Serenades

    September 28, All Day @ Rookery Pub Fine Dining