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Ashland Construction Co
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1721 3rd St W
Ashland, WI 54806
(715) 682-4884
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Area Activities February 24: • Mt Ashwabay is open for skiing and boarding Friday nights from 4-9pm. Don't have a season pass? No problem! Lift tickets are $10 for youth grades 6-12 with FREE rentals. A BIG thank you to all the local businesses and individuals that help make this possible for our youth! www.mtashwabay.org • Community Dinner, in the fellowship hall of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 620 W. 3rd St., held each Friday from 5:30-7pm. A different area church provides the meal each week. For more information, call 715-682-5067. • Bay Area Film Society presents “Elle” at 7:30pm at The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co. Hwy. G. For more information, call 715-685-9983, or visit www.nglvc.org. February 24-26: • Ashland Youth Hockey PeeWee Tournament. For more information, visit www.ashlandhockey.org. February 25: • Neighborly Bar 2017 Ice Fishing Tourney. Cash prizes for 7 categories, including lake trout, walleye, northern, perch, and other trout and salmon. Along with crowning of “King of the Bay” to whoever catches the largest fish. Entry fee includes contest, food, and prizes. All Wisconsin rules apply. All fish must be registered by 4:45pm on February 25. Event features RAFFLES—MUSIC—FOOD—DRINK SPECIALS. For more information, call the Neighborly at 715-682-9908. • American Birkebeiner, For updated information on the Birkie conditions visit www.birkie.com. • Claus Kraetke Memorial Ice Fishing Jamboree at Donner’s Bay Resort on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage, 2974 Hiawatha Rd., Butternut, from 7am-4pm. 715-476-2555. • Chequamegon Food Co-op presents “Spanish Cuisine” at the Co-op, 700 W. Main St., from 10am-12pm. Fee applied. For more information, call 715-682-8251 or visit www.chequamegonfoodcoop.com. • CANCELLED. Ashland Bayfield County Sportsmen 15th Annual Kids’ Ice Fishing Contest, Kreher Park, Ashland, For more information, call 715-373-2088. • Chance presents “Sessions from the Martin Hanson” with Bruce Burnside at The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co. Hwy. G., at 2pm. For more information, call 715-685-9983, or visit www.nglvc.org. • Ashland Chamber Music Society welcomes Twins Ports Choral Project at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, at 7:30pm. For more information, call 715-682-5795, or visit www.ashlandchambermusic.org. February 26: • Mellen Rod and Gun Club Fishing Contest on Lake Galilee, from 8am-3pm. Prize drawings are from 12:00 to 3:00. Sponsored by Mellen Rod & Gun Club. For more information, call 715-274-2136. • Mt. Ashwabay: 16th Annual King & Queen of the Mountain, from 9am-4:30pm and MADski Saturday Schedule 9:30-register in the Chalet, 9:55-meet outside at the Bell,10am-Noon-lessons & programs For more information, call 715-779-3227 or www.mtashwabay.com. Located at 32525 Ski Hill Road, Bayfield. • Mt. Ashwabay presents “Skijoring Clinic” from 10am-1pm. For more information, call 715-779-3227 or www.mtashwabay.com. • Ice Racing at Maslowski Beach at 11am. www.facebook.com/ashland.iceracing/ February 27: • Red Cross Blood Drive at WITC-Ashland Campus from 10am-4pm. Open to the public. For more information, please contact Abby Scheller at 715-682-4591 ext. 3125. • Thrivent Financial Retire Wisely Seminar, 4:30 and 6 p.m. at NLC Sigurd Olson Building. Manage six key risks all retirees face: Outliving their income, inflation, unpredictable events, market volatility, income taxes and rising healthcare costs. Turn retirement concerns into confidence. For more information or to sign up, call Ashley Moore at 715-685-0605. February 28: • Our Lady of the Lake BINGO every Tuesday at 7pm in the Social Hall. Progressive Blackout Jackpot! Everyone is invited. March 1: • Mt. Ashwabay: Womens Wednesday Cross Country Ski Group 5:30-7:30-pm For more information, call 715-779-3227 or www.mtashwabay.com. Located at 32525 Ski Hill Road, Bayfield. March 2: • The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co. Hwy. G., presents “Zoo Mobile- Terrific Turtles” at 11am. For more information, call 715-685-9983, or visit www.nglvc.org. March 2-3: • Ashland Parks and Recreation’s Annual LEGO Contest. Drop off your awesome LEGO creation at Moore’s Army Navy, 505 Main St W, Ashland. Drop off on Thursday, March 2 from 3:30-5pm. Judging on Friday, March 3 at 4pm. Contest is open to children ages 3-13. For more information, call 715-682-7059. March 3: • Ojibwe Winter Games at Northland College, 1411 Ellis Ave., from 1-6pm. For more information, call 715-682-1699, or visit www.northland.edu. • Community Dinner, in the fellowship hall of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 620 W. 3rd St., held each Friday from 5:30-7pm. A different area church provides the meal each week. For more information, call 715-682-5067. • Mt Ashwabay is open for skiing and boarding Friday nights from 4-9pm. Don't have a season pass? No problem! Lift tickets are $10 for youth grades 6-12 with FREE rentals. A BIG thank you to all the local businesses and individuals that help make this possible for our youth! www.mtashwabay.org. • Northland College First Friday Dance at the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute. Children dance at 7pm/adults at 8pm. Open to the public. 715-682-1289. • Blind Joe at the Blue Wave from 7-10pm. Buy Tickets Here. For more information, call 715-685-2583. • Bay Area Film Society presents “Moonlight” at 7:30pm at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co. Hwy. G. For more information, call 715-685-9983, or visit www.nglvc.org. March 3-5: • Bayfield Winter Festival – Celebrating Snow, Ice & Cabin Fever! Join Bayfield for a wild weekend of winter fun, with a variety of exciting and crazy activities to celebrate the end of winter, including ice golfing, tubing, and an outdoor party. For more information, go to www.bayfieldwinterfestival.com. 715-779-5408. See poster here. March 4: • Big Ice Golf, from 11:30am-3pm on the ice behind the Bayfield Pavilion. Clubs and balls provided. $5 for adults, and $2 for kids under 14 years. For more information, call 715-779-5408. • WinterDASH at Mt. Ashwabay, Ski Hill Road, from 3:30-5pm. A 5k winter obstacle course where you climb, crawl, run, jump, and scramble your way to the finish. Entry fee benefits Ashwabay Outdoor Education Foundation. For more information, call 715-779-3227 or visit www.winterdash.com. • Legendary Waters Resort & Casino presents “Legendary Luau” starting at 4:30pm. $15 entry fee. For more information, call 800-226-8478 or see poster: Legendary Luau. • Legendary Waters Resort & Casino presents “Trip to Hawaii”. Win a trip for 2 valued at $4,500 to Hawaii. For more information, call 800-226-8478 or visit www.legendarywaters.com. • 10th Annual Friends of the NRA Banquet, hosted by the Chequamegon Bay Area Friends of the NRA, 5pm at the AmericInn, 3009 E. Lake Shore Dr. For tickets and more information, call 715-682-3838. • Mt. Ashwabay WinterBASH, at the Bayfield Pavilion, from 7-10pm. A night of wonderful music and lively entertainment. A suggested $5 donation will benefit the Ashwabay Outdoor Education Foundation. For more information, call 715-779-3227 or visit www.mtashwabay.org. March 4-5: • Annual ICE-O-RAMA – Contestants can fish anywhere in the Chequamegon Bay. Begins Saturday at 5am, ends Sunday at 12pm. All fish must be registered by 12pm on Sunday. $100 prizes for 5 categories of fish, plus cash prizes for 2nd and 3rd largest fish in each category. An additional 5 Grand Prizes will be drawn on March 6th at 1pm. Tickets are available at Anglers All, Bay Area Pawn, North WI Rod & Gun Club members, River Rock Inn & Bait Shop, Neighborly Bar, & Ed’s Safari. For more information, call 715-209-2560. February Month Long Activities: • Wednesday Night Open Skating, at the Bay Area Civic Center, 320 W. 4th Ave., from 7-9pm. Wednesday night open skating November 2 through March, 15 2017. Open to the public for a minimal fee. For more information, call 715-682-2221. • Bay City Cycles Sale, 412 West Main St. 30% off all CycleOps bicycle trainers, Bontrager jackets, Crescent Moon snowshoes and Garneau snowshoes. All through the month of February. • Salmagundi Art Show in the Gallery: Flame & Stone Studio.

At this time ALL MOTORIZED TRAILS in Ashland County are now Closed. Please help us preserve the trails by respecting the closure. We will let you know if conditions improve.

Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce added a new photo to the album: Business of the Week.
Ashland Chamber’s Business of the Week for February 20, 2017: Siegler Law Office, S.C. Each week the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce highlights a business on Heartland Communications radio station WATW 1400AM. The Chamber draws a name at random from our membership and the radio station writes a 30-second ad exclusively for that business. Click the link below to hear the ad: http://www.visitashland.com/files/Sieglerlawoffice.mp3

Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce updated their cover photo.
20th Anniversary of the Memorial Medical Center WhistleStop Marathon & Half Marathon! Registration is now open!!! Special Price for a limited time… $20.00 off Early Bird registration. DON'T WAIT REGISTER NOW!!! RACE DAY: October 14, 2017 www.whistlestopmarathon.com Don't forget to check out our new video www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nuCkdopMU4&t=19s

Area Activities February 16-19: • “The Wizard of Oz” performance at the Ashland High School, 1900 Beaser Ave, Ashland. February 16-18 at 7pm and February 19 at 2pm. $5 per ticket (available at the door). For more information, call 715-682-7089. February 17: • Community Dinner, in the fellowship hall of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 620 W. 3rd St., held each Friday from 5:30-7pm. A different area church provides the meal each week. For more information, call 715-682-5067. • Mt Ashwabay is open for skiing and boarding Friday nights from 4-9pm. Don't have a season pass? No problem! Lift tickets are $10 for youth grades 6-12 with FREE rentals. A BIG thank you to all the local businesses and individuals that help make this possible for our youth! www.mtashwabay.org. • Ashland High School Girls Basketball vs Hurley, 5:45pm/JV & 7:15pm/V. 715-682-7089. • Freehand’s Lakeside presents “Yazmin and Beat Zero” at the Blue Wave from 6-9pm. Enjoy a farm-to-table dinner while being entertained. For more information, call 715-209-0362. • Polka Party on the Bay… Join your friends and neighbors in the big tent at Maslowski beach for an evening of hometown fun on the frozen shores of Lake Superior from 6-9pm. Come hungry, Andy will be serving up award winning Sixth Street Market brats at a steal of a deal. The Stagecoach Bar & Grill will be slinging South Shore Brewery beer and wine for those 21 and older. From 6:30 – 8pm Kalogerson Music from the Twin Cities will keep your feet moving with live Polka! Free of charge and open to EVERYONE! Parking available on the lake. 715-682-1811. • After Party at Stagecoach Bar & Grill, 315 East Main Street, with Rough Cut performing from 9pm – 1am. 715-292-6710. • Legendary Waters Resort & Casino, 37600 Red Cliff Campground Rd, Bayfield, presents “Westside” from 9pm-1am. For more information, call 800-226-8478 or visit www.legendarywaters.com. February 17- 21 • Solstice Outdoors Mega Winter Sale Huge savings!! 30-50% OFF Storewide. Shop Solstice on Main Street for new spring arrivals and save 10% this weekend. Open this Sunday 11-3pm. February 18: • The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co. Hwy. G., presents “Fly Tying Gathering” from 10am-2pm. For more information, call 715-685-9983, or visit www.nglvc.org. • Chequamegon Food Co-op presents “Coffee Roasting: A Course in Appreciation” at Big Water Coffee Roasters, Bayfield, from 10am-12pm. Fee applied. For more information, call 715-682-8251 or visit www.chequamegonfoodcoop.com. • Book It Kids’ Fun Race, register your kiddos for the Book It Kids’ Race on Lake Superior Saturday morning before Book Across the Bay at Maslowski Beach. Book It is a FREE, fun race open to all kids ages 12 and under. Registration and bib pick up will be in the Book Across the Bay tent at a Solstice Outdoors table on Saturday 11am-12:30pm before the race. The race starts at 12:30pm for ages 8-12 and 1pm for ages 8 and under. Every participant will receive a commemorative medal along with hot chocolate and cookies. For more information, visit solsticeoutdoorstore.com or call 715-682-3590. • Ashland High School Boys Basketball vs Merrill, 1:15pm/JV & 2:45pm/V. 715-682-7089. • Book Across the Bay at Maslowski Beach, Ashland, at 6pm. Cross-country ski race and snowshoe trek across Chequamegon Bay guided by luminary candlelight, the course finishes in Washburn at Thompson’s West End Park. For more information, call 715-682-2500, or visit www.batb.org. • Freehand’s Lakeside presents “Blong Boys” at the Blue Wave from 6-9pm. Enjoy a farm-to-table dinner while being entertained. For more information, call 715-209-0362. • Bad River Lodge & Casino presents “Karaoke Contest”. Registration at 7pm. Contest from 8pm-12am. 1st prize-$1500; 2nd prize-$1000; 3rd prize-$750. Grand Finale is March 18. For more information, call 715-682-7121 or visit www.badriver.com. • The Glidden SnoBears Annual Toilet Seat Races held at Roxy’s, 201 Grant Street, Glidden. Sign-up at 11, races start at 12noon. Soup Chili Cook-off at 1pm. Meat & Bucket Raffle to benefit the club. For rules and regulations or more information, contact Bob at 608-852-7436. • Bar Stool Races in Drummond on Brian Miller Hill behind the Black Bear Inn on Hwy. 63, Drummond. Registration is at 11am, race starts at 12pm. For more information, visit www.drummondwi.com. • Legendary Waters Resort & Casino, 37600 Red Cliff Campground Rd, Bayfield, presents “Chicago Style Dart Tourney”. Registration at 11am. Player Draw at 1pm. Play at 1:15pm. For more information, call 800-226-8478 or visit www.legendarywaters.com. February 19: • Bike Across the Bay in Ashland at 10am, hosted by North Coast Cycling Association. The race will start from the Washburn Shore. Registration will be from 8:30-9:30am at the Harbor View Restaurant (the former Steak Pit), 125 Harbor View Dr, Washburn. For more information, call 715-373-2114 or visit www.northcoastcycling.com. • Ice Racing at Maslowski Beach at 11am. www.facebook.com/ashland.iceracing/ • Yazmin will be performing in the Salmagundi gallery, 705 Main Street West, and they will be serving up delicious brunch items for all of their guests. Come for the music and food. Noon to 2pm. Click here to check out Yazmin's newest single. It's a perfect ending to your Book Across the Bay weekend and a wonderful start to a new week. Hope to see you there. 715-209-2602. February 19-20: • Chequamegon Theatre Association presents auditions for “Death by Design” performance, 210 5th Ave E, Ashland. For more information, call 715-682-5554 or visit www.ctatheatre.org. February 19-25: • Northland College presents SnoFest, an excellent time to blow off steam in the dead of winter! It’s a week packed with fun, safe, and exciting challenges that consist of teams and selected, senior judges. This year NCSA have some super fun changes to encourage everyone to join in on the fun. For more information, visit www.northland.edu or email ncsa@northland.edu. February 20: • Home Expressions Presidents Sale, 116 Main St W. Stop in and see what Presidential Savings we have on merchandise. 715-682-2455. February 21: • Dine for the Paws! Stop down to Hugo's Pizza, 221 Sanborn Ave, Ashland and support the CHA! From 3 - 7:30pm $6 of every $10 buffet purchase will go directly to the Chequamegon Humane Association. • Ashland Science On Tap presents Lorena Rios Mendoza, Ph.D. with “Microplastics Emerging Contaminants: A New Source of Toxic Compounds in Waters from Great Lakes and Oceans”, 808 W. Main St., at 6:30pm. For more information, call 715-682-4200 or visit www.ashlandscience.org. • Our Lady of the Lake BINGO every Tuesday at 7pm in the Social Hall. Progressive Blackout Jackpot! Everyone is invited. • Sixth Annual Tony Woiak History Festival at Harbor View (former Steak Pit), Washburn presents “History of Skiing in the Chequamegon Bay Area” at 7pm. For more information, call 715-292-0024. February 23: • Home Expressions Open House, 116 Main St W, from 9am-6:30pm. Stop in and try dip and soup samples and register for drawings. 715-682-2455. • Ashland High School Boys Basketball vs South Shore, 5:45pm/JV & 7:15pm/V. 715-682-7089. February 24: • Mt Ashwabay is open for skiing and boarding Friday nights from 4-9pm. Don't have a season pass? No problem! Lift tickets are $10 for youth grades 6-12 with FREE rentals. A BIG thank you to all the local businesses and individuals that help make this possible for our youth! www.mtashwabay.org • Community Dinner, in the fellowship hall of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 620 W. 3rd St., held each Friday from 5:30-7pm. A different area church provides the meal each week. For more information, call 715-682-5067. • Bay Area Film Society presents “Elle” at 7:30pm at The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co. Hwy. G. For more information, call 715-685-9983, or visit www.nglvc.org. February 24-25: • Annual Father-Daughter Dinner Dance. Calling all fathers and daughters, young and old! Hosted by the Lake Superior Elementary Parent Teacher Organization, from 6-9:30pm at the AmericInn Conference Center in Ashland. Tickets are $25 and available for purchase with cash only on January 17 at Lake Superior Elementary School from 4:30-6pm. For more information, call Tricia Lund at 715-682-7085. February 24-26: • Ashland Youth Hockey PeeWee Tournament. For more information, visit www.ashlandhockey.org. February 25: • Neighborly Bar 2017 Ice Fishing Tourney. Cash prizes for 7 categories, including lake trout, walleye, northern, perch, and other trout and salmon. Along with crowning of “King of the Bay” to whoever catches the largest fish. Entry fee includes contest, food, and prizes. All Wisconsin rules apply. All fish must be registered by 4:45pm on February 25. Event features RAFFLES—MUSIC—FOOD—DRINK SPECIALS. For more information, call the Neighborly at 715-682-9908. • American Birkebeiner, on the 107-kilometer Birkie Trail from Cable to Hayward, for skaters, and 55K for classic skiers. North America’s largest cross-country ski marathon. For more information, call 800-872-2753 or visit www.birkie.com. • Claus Kraetke Memorial Ice Fishing Jamboree at Donner’s Bay Resort on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage, 2974 Hiawatha Rd., Butternut, from 7am-4pm. For more information, call 715-762-2555. • Chequamegon Food Co-op presents “Spanish Cuisine” at the Co-op, 700 W. Main St., from 10am-12pm. Fee applied. For more information, call 715-682-8251 or visit www.chequamegonfoodcoop.com. • Ashland Bayfield County Sportsmen 15th Annual Kids’ Ice Fishing Contest, Kreher Park, Ashland, from 11am-2pm. Free to all kids ages 5-15. Two age classes: 5-9 and 10-15. First 300 kids get prizes. Bring your own poles and tackle. Register at pavilion before going on the ice. For more information, call 715-373-2088. • Chance presents “Sessions from the Martin Hanson” with Bruce Burnside at The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co. Hwy. G., at 2pm. For more information, call 715-685-9983, or visit www.nglvc.org. • Ashland Chamber Music Society welcomes Twins Ports Choral Project at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, at 7:30pm. For more information, call 715-682-5795, or visit www.ashlandchambermusic.org. February Month Long Activities: • Wednesday Night Open Skating, at the Bay Area Civic Center, 320 W. 4th Ave., from 7-9pm. Wednesday night open skating November 2 through March, 15 2017. Open to the public for a minimal fee. For more information, call 715-682-2221. • Bay City Cycles Sale, 412 West Main St. 30% off all CycleOps bicycle trainers, Bontrager jackets, Crescent Moon snowshoes and Garneau snowshoes. All through the month of February. • Salmagundi Art Show in the Gallery: Flame & Stone Studio.