Saturday , March 25 2017

Community Events

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Grilled Pork Chop Dinner
Coming up Sunday, March 26th at St. Michael’s Church, Junction City, serving from 11am – 1pm. Get a Double Pork Chop Meal for $10, Single Chop Meal for $8 or a Hot Dog Meal for $5. all meals include baked potato, green bean casserole, fresh salad, applesauce, bread, dessert and beverage. Carry-outs available, along with a bake sale!

 

 Chicken Fest

Wisconsin Prairie Chicken Festival

April 8, 2017

Prairie Chicken viewing and birding tour at Paul Olson Wildlife area.

Breakfast at Sigel Town Hall

Locally grown luncheon, exhibits and workshops at Hotel Mead

Free film on the Great Wisconsin Birding Trails at McMillan Library

Reservations/fees requires for some activities.

Space is limited.  Call 715 540-0420 or e-mail wisconsinprairiechickenfest@gmail.com

Information on Facebook.  Type Wisconsin Prairie Chicken Festival 2017

 

 

Country Band Concert 

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Maggie Mae & The Heartland Country Band will be performing at the Pittsville School District Auditorium, Saturday April 8th at 2pm. Maggie is from Oxford, WI and is featured regularly on RFD-TV, and also performs across the United States!
Tickets for this high energy show, are $25 in advance, $30 at the door, and can be purchased by calling 715-743-4224.
All proceeds will support The Highground Veterans Memorial Park, Neillsville.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Pancake Dinner

 

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Potato and Buttermilk Pancakes with sausage links, applesauce and cheese.  Sunday March 19th, 9 am to 1 pm.  Located at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1225 Main Street in Junction City, WI.

Adults $7             Children 6-12 $3         5 and Under Free

Church Service at 8 am

Wolf Summit II – Focus on WI

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Wolf Summit II – Focus on WI

Keynote speakers:

• David Ruid, Wildlife Biologist USDA Wildlife Services

• Nathan Roberts, Ph.D, Large Carnivore and Furbearer Scientist, WI DNR

• Jim Beers, Retired US Fish and Wildlife Services
Topics:

• Depredation Control

• Enhancing methods of counting wolves

• State Management of Wolves

• Diseases of Wolves

• Public Opinion of Wolf Management

• Panel of citizens impacted by wolves

• Audience Discussion: Wolf Management – where do we go from here?

General admission is $15.00 and includes morning coffee, lunch, and handouts. Deadline to register is March 31, 2017.

Tickets are available online through EventBrite or by mailing a $15.00 check payable to Wisconsin Wolf Facts to W2198 County Road A, Tomahawk, WI 54487.

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