Local Artisans, Culture & Growers
LOCAL ARTISANS & PERFORMING ARTS
Andrew J Savas Designs-Custom Jeweler
Arts in Hand Art Gallery-Art gallery representing 13 counties in Northwest Wisconsin
Brickyard Pottery-Art gallery located in 1921 brick schoolhouse, featuring premier Northern Wisconsin artists
Gypsy & the Frog-Art gallery located in downtown Spooner, features an eclectic array of items
Purple Pelican Gallery-Art gallery located in downtown Spooner, features distinctive jewelry, paintings, ceramics, metalwork, glass & pottery
The Potter's Shed-Art gallery representing over 300 artists; Paint your own Pottery; Build your own Mosaics
Shell Lake Arts Center-Performing Arts Camp; Many concerts during the summer months
Theatre in the Woods-Local theatrical production company
CULTURE & HISTORY
Birchwood Area Log Museum-Museum depicting the history of logging in the Birchwood area.
Forts Folle Avoine-A fun, interactive learning experience of the old fur trading days.
Howard Morey Homestead-The Howard Morey homestead, built in 1901.
Museum of Woodcarving-Over 100 life sized carvings and 400 miniatures, carved by the same man, Joseph Barta.
Namekagon Visitor Center-Learn about the historic Namekagon River, part of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, managed by the National Park Service.
Railroad Memories Museum-13 room museum, housed in the old Chicago & North Western Depot in Spooner, WI.
Spooner Train Ride-Take a leisurely ride on a historic train in Spooner, WI.
Stone Lake Historical Museum-Museum hosts artifacts of Stone Lake, WI's rich history.
Washburn County Historical Museum-Museum depicting the last 150+ years of Washburn County's history.
Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum-Museum hosts a collection of historic canoes including birch bark and handcrafted wood canoes.
ANNUAL ARTS & CRAFT FAIRS
Birchwood Bluegill Festival-Held in July every year in downtown Birchwood.
Jack O'Lantern Festival-Held in October every year in downtown Spooner.
Jack Pine Savage Days-Held in August every year in downtown Spooner.
Shell Lake Fine Arts Festival-1st Saturday in July every year; held in downtown Shell Lake.
Stone Lake Craft Fair-Held in June every year in downtown Stone Lake.
Stone Lake Cranberry Festival-Over 300 arts & craft vendors; held the first Saturday of October every year.
Town & Country Days-Held Labor Day weekend every year.
Bashaw Valley Farm & Greenhouse-Family run farm and garden center. Offers cerified USDA organic Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Asparagus and all natural Grass-fed Angus Beef
Clover Meadow Winery-Certified Organic Winery; Wines range from the eclectic dandelion and onion wine to the wonderful nouveau style and table wines.
Jack Link's Snack Foods-The home base of the world famous Jack Link's Beef Jerky is located in Minong, Wisconsin.
Melton Farm Blueberries-Pre-picked and U-pick blueberries
Miller's Cheese House-Wisconsin's finest cheese and sausage, homemade fudge, maple syrup, honey, jams, cheese spreads, wild rice and souvenirs.
Shell Lake Farmers' Market-Open Tuesdays and Fridays in season.
Spooner Agricultural Research Station-Horticulture and research garden run by UW-Extension.
Spooner Farmers' Market-Open Saturday mornings in season; Fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers, meat, bakery items and more.
Stone Lake Farmers' Market-Open Thursdays in season: Fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers, baked goods and more.
The Berry Bucket-Open 7 days a week in season; Located near Long Lake; Offers fresh U-Pick or Pre-picked blueberries.