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Events

  1. 26th Annual White Oak Rendezvous & History Festival

    33155 State Highway 6
    Deer River, MN 56636
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Come and experience history with us!

    Watch and listen as costumed historical interpreters demonstrate and discuss what it was like to live centuries ago. See the 15th century soldiers of the Willensstark Company; meet the German Knight in armor, Lothar von Degen; visit the Northwest Company store with our head clerk Mr. McDonald; talk to the ladies at the baking oven; learn to throw a trade axe; and so much more! This is a true living history experience you won’t want to miss!

    218-246-9393

  2. 4th of July Fireworks on Pokegama Lake

    10 NW 5th St Ste 212
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    4th of July Fireworks @ Dusk, Drumbeater Island/Pokegama Lake in Grand Rapids. Free shuttle bus transportation departs from the parking lot of Lake Country Furniture (1001 S Pokegama Ave) beginning at 8pm. Seating is on the golf course; bring a picnic blanket to sit on. The Pokegama Golf Course is located at, 3910 Golf Course Road Grand Rapids, MN 55744

    Fireworks begin at 10pm

  3. 5K YMCA MARATHON

    1401 NW 3rd Ave
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Time : 8 a.m. | Location : IRA Civic Center |
    Pre-register at YMCA
    YMCA
    Address: 400 River Rd, Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Phone:(218) 327-1161

  4. Bigfork Valley Hospital Auxiliary Arts & Crafts Fair

    100 Huskie Boulevard
    Bigfork, MN 56628
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Arts and Crafts Fair at Bigfork High School on the first Friday in August. All items handmade by exhibitors with a luncheon and bake sale. Proceeds benefit scholarships for area students pursuing medical careers.

  5. Bigfork Wilderness Days

    Call: (218) 743-3782

    Kids games and activities, food and vendor booths, parade,
    street dance and more!

  6. Children's First Expo

    1401 McKinney Lake Rd
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-327-5730

    Free breakfast 9-11a; teddy bear clinic, Lego robotics & hydraulic arms, Boy Scout Pinewood Derby, carnival, games, door prizes

  7. Deer Hunting Opener Women's Weekend

    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Grand Rapids has become known for it's Deer Hunting Opener Women's Weekend better known as Widow's Weekend. Enjoy all Grand Rapids has to offer in craft shows, shopping, wine tasting and entertainment.

  8. Deer River Bar-b-que and Brew Fest

    33155 State Hwy. 6
    Deer River, MN 56636
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Description:
    Deer River will be smokin’ for the 4th Annual Deer River Bar-b-que and Brew Fest, Saturday, Aug. 09, 2014 at White Oak Learning Center in Deer River.

    The event will kick-off as pit and brew teams assemble for the competition. The Burners and Smokers will be creating their best renditions of low and slow beef brisket, pork, ribs and chicken. Brewers will be chilling down their favorite recipes in up to four styles – IPA (India Pale Ale), Stout/Porter, Lager and Brewer’s Choice. All will be competing for awards and bragging rights

    Beginning at 3 p.m., the public is welcome to mingle with champion cook and homebrew teams while sampling sauce-smothered ‘que and various homebrews.

    Music:
    The outdoor stage will come alive at 4 p.m. with live music

    Directions:
    Take Highway 6 north for 1 mile to White Oak Learning Center.

    Website: http://www.deerriver.org
    E-Mail: drchamber@deerriver.org
    Phone: 218-246-8195

  9. Deer River Wild Rice Festival

    Call: 218-246-2181

    Celebration of the Mississippi River and Wild Rice; Pow Wow, live music, Colgate Country Showdown, flea market, street dance, fireworks, parade, midway.

  10. Downtown Art Fair

    10 NW 5th St Ste 212
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    ART & MUSIC |REGIONAL VENDORS

    Over 20 regional artist vendors will be on-site from 9 am to 4 pm displaying and selling artwork including painting, printmaking, pottery, jewelry, weaving, and more. Food vendors include Leo’s Kitchen with gyros and Marla’s Curbisde Craze. Live music will be featured throughout the event with the Sam Miltich Trio performing their blend of acoustic jazz and ethnic folk music from 10 am – 12 pm followed by Anthony Miltich, a solo musician in the singer/songwriter tradition, from 1 – 3 pm.

    RAFFLE | SUPPORT MACROSTIE ART CENTER
    An art raffle benefiting the work of MacRostie Art Center will be held under the MAC tent throughout the day. Raffle tickets can be purchased in advance at MacRostie Art Center or at the Art Fair on July 12 for a chance to win. Raffle winners will be announced beginning at 3 pm.

    The Downtown Art Fair is sponsored by Paul Bunyan Communications and Lefty’s Tent and Party Rental.

  11. Farmers' Day

    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Bovey Farmers Day is annual event that takes place over Labor Day weekend in Bovey Minnesota. It is one of the longest running annual festivals in Minnesota, beginning in 1911. Parade is on Labor Day.

  12. First Friday Art Walk

    405 NW 1st Ave
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    The first Friday of each month is the First Friday Art Walk in Grand Rapids where area businesses invite musicians or artists to display or perform. The event is free to attend and is open to the public.

  13. Fish-A-Rama

    Call: 218-326-9607

    FRIDAY Night at Longyear Park
    FREE KIDS NIGHT beginning at 6pm.
    Itasca County Sheriff’s Department Boat and Water Safety
    Meet Local Fishing Guides
    Bike Giveaway
    Iron Range Maidens Face Painting
    Food and Refreshments Available
    Jen Guyer Fish-A-Runa
    Friday Evening Registration: 4-5pm
    1 Mile Run - 5K Walk & Run - 10K Run

    SATURDAY at Boat Landing
    Beginning at 9am Boat Launch Assistance Fishing Contest Rules and Official Flags given at the boat landing in Coleraine. (Contest Hours 11am - 3pm) Beginning at 9am
    Boat Launch Assistance
    Fishing Contest Rules and Official
    Flags given at the boat landing in Coleraine & Kom On In.
    (Contest Hours 11am - 3pm)

    SATURDAY at Longyear Park
    Come see the Northern Crusiers Car Club, food and beverage concessions (10:00 am to 5:30 pm), Bingo (11am to 3pm),
    Hourly Door Prize Drawings
    (11:00 am to 3:00 pm)
    Fishing Contest Awards 4:30 pm
    Grand Prize Drawings 5pm
    SATURDAY EVENING
    Live Music On Main Street
    8pm - Midnight

  14. Hill City 4th of July Celebration

    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Hill City 4th of July Parades - Kid's parade at 10:30am, Grand Parade at 11a @ Lake Avenue.

  15. Itasca County Fair

    1336 NW 3rd Ave
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-326-6470

    Wednesday: 1p flower & fine art judging, noon opening flag ceremony, noon midway opens, 2p pet show, 2-5p Mounted Shooters demonstration, 7p stock car races.
    Thursday: 9a 4-H horse show, 10a buildings open, 10a kid's coin scramble, 11a Squeak the Clown, noon midway opens, noon-5p $20 armbands for rides, 2p pedal tractor pull, 7p stock car races.
    Friday: 9a horse show, 9a dairy show, 10a buildings open, 11a music, noon senior citizen lunch & awards, noon midway opens, 2:30-5p Norm Barnhart comedy & magic, 5-7p Farm Olympics, 7-10p Bob & the Beach Combers, 7p Enduro car races.
    Saturday: 9a horse show, 10a buildings open, noon midway opens, noon-5p $20 armband, 2:30-5p Farmer Norm, 5p 4-H Chicken BBQ contest, 7p demolition derby with fireworks display to follow.
    Sunday: noon Saddle Club play day, noon midway opens, 1p 4-H supreme showmanship competition, 1-5p Karaoke, 1-3p Marina Whight - harpist, 3-8p final fling $20 armband.

  16. Katha Dance Theater

    720 NW Conifer Dr
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: (218) 327-5780

    KDT produces shows that reflect multi-cultural experiences within the community as well as shows that are cross-cultural. It is the interdisciplinary, percussive dance of Kathak along with storytelling, poetry, mime, and theater that makes it a dynamic multimedia—vibrantly sensual, powerful, and pulsating in nature. KDT is the only organization of its kind, size, and scope in the Midwest United States keeping alive the tradition of Kathak and expanding upon its forms. KDT offers fully staged performances, school performances, lecture demonstrations, and interactive workshops. The KDT dance school offers comprehensive training with on-going adult, teen, and childrens classes and performance opportunities. KDT creates dance that moves you!

    This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

  17. Keewatin 4th of July Celebration

    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    4th of July Celebration happening throughout the day.

  18. Let's Go Fishing

    Call: (218) 326-9607

    Boilermakers Local 647 sponsored family fishing tournament.

  19. Medieval/Viking Fall Camp

    33155 Hwy 6
    Deer River, MN 56636
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    Cooler temps and less bugs make this a very comfortable event to partake of and bring your cloak. Remember though that this is northern Minnesota and as such the weather can be a bit ornery.

    Meet the members of the Willensstark Fahnlein Medieval Camp and the Shieldstone Viking Camp. Sample some authentic medieval food, handle a sword, throw a spear, learn what it took to survive and thrive in northern Europe over 500 years ago!

    This event is open to the public and new medieval camps and vendors are welcome to participate!

    This year you won’t want to miss the Peasant Pottage Potluck on Saturday!!!

    This is a public event and one that we are trying to develop into a larger presentation. The Fall Camp is a little more relaxed and laid back; the cooler weather and no bugs is a great boon and makes pulling out the cloaks and having a warm fire more worthwhile. We put more emphasis on educational workshops and demos. We’ll have a axe throwing competition, spear throwing competition, and maybe even an archery competition if we can get enough people with bows. A big 15th century pottage feed on Saturday, medieval dances, and a period talent contest! Everyone is welcome to attend. Blacksmithing, soldier drill and tactics, weapons and armour display and more.

    Camps and Vendors use our contact form for information on our rules and regulations concerning authenticity

  20. North Central MN Farm & Antique Assn's Swap Meet & Consignment

    Call: 218-752-6592

    Display & activities: steam engines, gas engines, antiques, tractors, sawmill, animals, threshing, farm tools, blacksmithing, shingle mill, quilt raffle, flea market, live music, homemaking, tractor raffle & machinery.

    For more information, please contact Jim Rodenberg, Club President, at 218-326-1437 or Jean Pride at 218-247-7350. On August 9-10 please contact Jim Rodenberg at 218-910-5035 (cell)

  21. North Star Stampede

    Call: 218-743-3893

    The Effie North Star Stampede is always on the same weekend -- the last full weekend of July, rain or shine.

    The rodeo is held on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with performances at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, and 2:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. There is also a rodeo parade in "downtown" Effie on Saturday evening.

  22. Northern Cruisers Weekend of Wheels

    1401 McKinney Lake Rd
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-326-6368

    Classic Car Show
    Friday
    Registration, 5 pm to 7 pm, Civic Center

    Saturday
    Registration, 7 am to Noon
    Car Show, 7 am to 4 pm

    $20.00 Registration Includes:
    Goody Bags and Door Prizes!
    Dash Plaques to first 150 Registered Cars!
    Trophies Awarded in All Classes!
    2 Dinner Tickets For Chicken and Corn Feed
    Poker Run / Cruise
    Courtesy Bus to Shop or Attend Swap Meet off Grounds

    No Pets Or Bikes Allowed In Car Show Area

    Judging begins at 9 am; ends at 12:00 sharp.
    (Cars may register after 12:00, but will not be judged & pictures will not be taken.)

    Pancake Breakfast available 7 am to 10 am
    Outside Concessions available 10 am to 3 pm

    Fee $1 Children Free

    www.northerncruiserscarclub.com/

  23. Old Car Cruise Night

    1940 S Pokegama Ave
    Grand Rapids, MN 55744
    Call: 218-326-9607
    Toll Free: 800-355-9740

    An Informal gathering of classic and muscle cars, visitors and lookers welcome

  24. Tall Timber Days

    Call: 218-326-4649

    Three days of family entertainment in the downtown area. Arts & crafts, food vendors, chainsaw carving demonstrations, Scheer's Lumberjack Show, used book sale, children's street games, street dance, sky pilot and parade

  25. West Range Country Show

    Call: 218-326-8640

    Country & bluegrass music; raffle

  26. White Oak School Days

    33155 State Highway 6
    Deer River, MN 56636
    Call: (218) 246-9393

    Come have a fascinating and fun educational experience.
    All ages welcome. Schools, Businesses, Organizations, and Individuals are welcome.

    12 living history interpreters in period correct clothing conducting 20 minute workshops on topics ranging from viking blacksmithing, dog sledding, axe throwing, black powder, medieval life, baking, preserving natural foods, medieval washer-women, a 15th century knight in armor and much more!

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