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Community Events

  1. Viking Era Woodcarving - With master carver Jay Haavik

    April 12, 2017 - April 16, 2017, All Day @ Just outside Washburn, WI.

    With master carver, Jay Haavik The 1904 excavation in Norway of the Oseberg Viking ship revealed a vast array of woodcarvings, unlike anything seen previously. Dragon like headposts, elaborately carved sleighs, an exquisite wagon, and of course, the carvings on the ship itself revealed to us the extent of the imagination and skill for the woodcarvers in the 9th century region of Vestfold, Norway. This five day workshop will be an opportunity of beginning as well as experienced carvers to experience the pleasure of making carvings inspired by the Viking age. Tuition: $400 plus some materials and tools you will need to purchase.

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  2. Wetlands and Wildlife in Northern Wisconsin

    April 13, 2017, All Day @ Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center

    Presented by Tracy Hames, Executive Director of Wisconsin Wetlands Association. Sponsored by the Friends of the North Pikes Creek Wetlands with the Bad River Watershed Association and the Chequamegon Audubon Society. Healthy wetlands are essential to the health of our waters and wildlife. Join Tracy Hames, Executive Director of Wisconsin Wetlands Association (WWA), as he shares the vital functions wetlands play in helping maintain the health of our watersheds and wildlife. You’ll learn about the types of wetlands in northern Wisconsin and how they capture flood waters, provide habitat for fish and wildlife, and ensure that clean, cool water enters our streams, rivers and lakes. Tracy Hames and the staff at WWA help individuals and communities throughout Wisconsin gain the knowledge and guidance needed to protect and care for wetlands.

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  3. Wetlands Walk along Washburn's Lakeside Trail

    April 13, 2017, All Day @ Cafe Coco Artisan Bakery & Good Eats

    Walk with Tracy Hames from the Wisconsin Wetlands Association. Questions and answers about the benefits of wetlands.

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Personnel Committee Meetings

  1. Personnel Committee

    April 13, 2017, 4:30 PM @ EOC

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