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June 22, 2019 - July 7, 2019 @ Oulu Glass Gallery
Adult Classes are approximately 2 + hours in length.
Long pants (No SHORTS will be allowed) Closed-tipped shoes (i.e. tennis shoes) Wear a Hat or headband
Long-sleeved cotton shirt Optional– no billowy sleeves Wear sunglasses
Kids Classes: Quick ssession: Ages 5-12 Kids get to experience the hot glass, use of tools and equipment and make something of their choice. Choose between a heart, paperweight, or paperweight fish. Approx: 1/2 hr long. $25 each
July 1, 2019 - July 31, 2019 @ Artists Squared Studios and Gallery
Art that gives voice to the planet's changing voice.
July 1, 2019 - July 5, 2019
Bayfield Race Week is the centerpiece of the AIS season: a week long festival of sailing on the South Shore of Lake Superior. The event surrounds the 4th of July, and attracts boats and crews all points of the compass, including: Canada, Florida, Duluth, and the Twin Cities.
Race week itself kicks-off on Sunday evening with registration. Racing starts at 1100 each day, with multiple fleets. Depending on conditions, up to three races may be run in a day.
Post race entertainment starts with the social at the Pavilion each night, with prizes, and continues on throughout the week. Bayfield in the mid summer is a lively place with many unique dining and live music options.
July 4, 2019, All Day
July 4, 2019, All Day @ Cable Ball Park, Lakewoods Resort on Lake Namakagon, Barnes Ball Park
The perfect end to any 4th of July celebration is fireworks and there will be no shortage of shows! Check out displays at:
July 4, 2019
Cable Ball Park
Lakewoods Resort on Lake Namakagon
Barnes Ball Park
July 4, 2019, All Day @ Lakewoods Resort
July 4, 2019, 8:00 AM @ Old School Mall Lawn
The route is an out and back on Randysek Rd starting in downtown Cable. About half of our participants are 5K walkers and the rest do the 5K or 10K Run. Beverages and snacks are provided after the race. There is also a red, white & blue pancake breakfast, the 4th of July parade and a cookout and activities at the Cable Town Park following the CARE race – we encourage everyone to stay and enjoy the festivities!
Runners are eligible for age group prizes, which are C.A.R.E. dollars that may be used at any of our $250 level sponsors.
We also have three levels of sponsorship for the Walk/Run
Red ($500), White ($250) and Blue ($100).
July 4, 2019, 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM @ Cable Community Center
Blueberry pancakes or buttermilk pancakes
Served with strawberries and whipped cream
Sausage links, orange juice, milk or coffee
July 4, 2019, 10:30 AM
The Madeline Island 4th of July celebration kicks off every year at 10:30 a.m. with a parade that defies description. Fireworks begin at dark and are synched to music with boats anchored all over the harbor as the backdrop. The Madeline Island 4th of July is full of events, ending with the fireworks in the harbor, and has been described as one of the TOP 10 small town celebrations for the 4th in the entire country! Following the parade, there is a program on the village green in front of the Madeline Island Museum which includes the band, a choir, group singing of patriotic songs and speeches appropriate to the occasion. This is a not-to-be-missed program and also includes the awarding of all the parade trophies.
After the program, you are free to find the beer and brat cookout at the Rec Center or whatever else you are interested in. Now it is time to tour the island, find a great beach and relax the afternoon away.
July 4, 2019, 11:00 AM
The 4th of July parade begins on Kavanaugh Road near the Post Office, heads north and turns onto Spruce Street, traveling two blocks where the floats will turn south on Randysek Road; ending behind the Brick House.
The picnic will begin after the parade concludes with pies, ice cream, festival foods, bingo, kids inflatable obstacle courses, and bounce houses! This is the perfect event for those both young and old - don't forget about the dunk tank! It's your chance to dunk your favorite local!
Katie Flowers Endowment’s annual 4th of July booksale atthe Forest Lodge Library 9am - 3pm. Tons of books!
Want to show off your business? Put a float in the 4th of July Parade! What a great way to reach over 3,000 spectators at one time! There is no entry fee, just a bunch of FUN! We hope you plan to join us!
July 4, 2019, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Madeline Island Museum
Every year after the parade on La Pointe's Main Street, which starts at 10:30am at the Marina and ends at the corner just past the Museum, island residents and visitors gather on the green in front of the Madeline Island Museum.
Here they are treated to a special program, speeches, parade awards, and a home-grown music festival, planned and presented by island residents.
Other events are featured on the island throughout the day, and of course there are fireworks off the ferry dock in the evening!
THE ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION ON MADELINE ISLAND HAS BEEN VOTED ONE OF THE BEST HOMETOWN JULY 4TH CELEBRATIONS IN AMERICA!
July 4, 2019, 12:00 PM
Town parade starts at 12pm, "Hawaiian Luau" theme!
July 4, 2019, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Cornucopia Sweet Shop
An Outdoor Concert Series will take place every Thursday evening from 6-9 pm from July 4th through August 29th on the grounds of the Cornucopia Sweet Shop. (The Community Center will be bad weather back-up).
This is a family focused event so bring Grandma and the kids, some chairs and a picnic if you wish and get ready to enjoy some local music. All of the bands will be local or be locally connected. After a busy day come and relax and enjoy the summer evenings.