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  • VIVA ICE VEGAS
    The Eagle River Figure Skating Club presented its 62nd annual Silver Blades Ice Show at...
  • Easter church services are planned for Holy Week and Easter Sunday at churches throughout the North Woods. Holy Week dates include Maundy Thursday, April 18; Good Friday, April 19; Holy Saturday, April 20; and Easter Sunday, April 21.
    The following churches have
  • The deadline is fast approaching for the Northwoods Relay For Life annual cheese sale fundraiser, and plans are underway for this year’s Relay For Life event slated for May 18. 
    All orders and payment for cheese must be submitted by
  • PINES STUDENTS COMPETE AT STATE FORENSICS
    The Northland Pines High School Forensics team performed at the Wisconsin High School Forensics Association State Forensics meet April 12, held at UW-Madison.
    Competitors receiving gold medals with a 25 point perfect score were
  • The Northwoods School of Dance will perform its annual Spring Recital Saturday, April 27, with shows at 1:30 and 6 p.m. in the Northland Pines Middle and High School auditorium. 
    Area dancers from age 4 to 17 will
  • Northland Pines All American Kids Club members, staff and their families invite all public service employees and volunteers to a free dinner Monday, April 22.
    Veterans, police officers, firefighters, emergency medical services and their families are
  • Administrative professionals and those working in similar positions are welcome to attend Nicolet College’s Administrative Professional Day event Wednesday, April 24, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in Tamarack Center rooms 202 and 204.
    Keynote speakers will be
  • The Northland Pines School District Technology Education Department hosts free community nights in the fab lab throughout the year.

    Staff and students from the district will be available to demonstrate how to use the equipment and answer questions Thursday, April 25, from
  • Making music
    The fifth-grade students in the Three Lakes School District recently had the chance to try out instruments as they start preparing for next year, when they’ll be in sixth-grade band. Students had the opportunity to try a variety of instruments including percussion, trombone and trumpet, bringing out a lot of smiles and good-natured laughing from classmates. —Photos By Jennifer West
  • The Warehouse Art Center in Eagle River has made a few adjustments to better help fulfill creative needs for those taking part in programming at the center. 
    Programming now occurs through a committee. Members of the new Warehouse programming committee include 
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