It seems as though there's always something happening in Washburn County! Here are a few of our featured annual events that we think you might enjoy.
Jack Frost Festival - Spooner
This annual family favorite is a day filled with pond hockey, turkey bowling, minnow races and other great family events. Bundle up for this frosty February event filled with great fun!
Heart of the North Rodeo - Spooner
Since 1954, Spooner Rodeo has guaranteed --and delivered-- the biggest, thrills, spills and outright excitement that professional rodeo can offer. Every year at Spooner, top-ranked competitors pit their skills against the clock and Barnes Company's biggest, roughest and wilist stock in pro rodeo's most exciting events: bareback and saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, bull riding and team roping. Spooner Rodeo is world-class competition that you have to go to see.
Bluegill Festival - Birchwood
Activities at this family event include a medallion hunt, softball tournament, children's games, street dances, a parade and so much more! Don't miss out on enjoying the fun of Birchwood.
Washburn County Fair
This four day event is full of great entertainment, carnival rides, tractor pull, food vendors, pancake breakfast and many other activites for the whole family. Find yourself wandering through the animal barns and getting right up next them while in the petting area or watch the competitors in the arena showing their skills.
Jack Pine Savage Days - Spooner
This summer weekend is filled with fun for everyone. Events include live music Friday and Saturday nights, carnival, arts & crafts fair, sidewalk sales galore, 5K Savage Dash Mud Run, Kids Dash, sport tournaments and so much more!
Town & Country Days - Shell Lake
This beautiful, lake front community gathers together to celebrate Labor Day weekend with incredible events including: Sailboat Regattas, tractor pull, live music and street dance, arts & crafts fair, sport tournaments and many other fun-filled, family events.
Cranberry Festival - Stone Lake
The first Saturday of October every year brings thousands of people to the normally quiet town of Stone Lake, WI. This is when the Annual Stone Lake Cranberry Festival is held in celebration of the cranberry harvest. Events include: cranberry marsh tours, parade, crate derby, arts & crafts.