This is the kick off tournament put together by the UAW local 722 in hopes of building a strong connection within one of the most progressive small town disc golf communities!
This event is family friendly and dogs are more than welcome! Our Menomonie community embraces disc golf, craft breweries, and pet friendly establishments. Come experience something truly unique and special!
This is a very beginner/family friendly introduction to disc golf through a day long festival with FREE instructional Disc Golf Clinics! Come learn and play one of the fastest growing recreational and competitive sports in the world!!!
Youth Division (12 - 17)
With base players “gift” pack valued at $30 + 1 raffle ticket $5
With players pack and choice of disc (while supplies last) $20
Adult Division (18 & over)
With base players “gift” pack valued at $30 + 1 raffle ticket $10
With players pack and choice of disc (while supplies last) $30
All proceeds go toward electric and lighting infrastructures for both the Menomonie Dog Park and the Brickyard Disc Golf Course with new park hours from 7am - 10pm
Hailing from the pines of Northern Wisconsin, Nick began playing guitar at 15. From early on, his songs have shown a connection to the blues, soul, and rock n’ roll. Now, with more than 20 years of experience, Nick continues to work as a guitar for hire, but spends most of his time getting his own music heard. As his solo act moves around the Midwest growing momentum, he also focuses on the Nick Foytik Band, catching the ears of their audiences anywhere they go. Whether you’re seeing Nick solo or with his band, you’re always in for a unique and quality performance.
“Hailing from the Twin Cities, Broken Heartland String Band has brought an amalgamation of country, bluegrass, and Americana to the Upper Midwest since 2015. The band brings energy and soul with a wide range of covers and originals blended from the diverse musical backgrounds of the band’s members. Gordon Bratt accompanies his olive oil voice and giddy charm with bustling guitar chops. Courtney Buck pairs her smoky voice with fiery fiddle solos. Rounding out the low end on bass is Chris Barthol. These three are out to provide a good time with wholesome, partner-swaying, knee-slapping, hootin’ and hollerin’ tunes.”
Mark your calendars for the TASTE OF MENOMONIE August 17th from 12 - 5pm.
Tour downtown Menomonie & surrounding neighborhoods to check out the array of restaurants, breweries, cafes & pubs Menomonie has to offer! Try the Delicious food & drink and enjoy an ALL AGES, Family Friendly event on a lovely summer afternoon!
Participating businesses will have food & drink specials for you to buy & try. Try at least 3 things & be entered into a drawing for some fun Menomonie Prizes. Want to try more than that? It's totally encouraged - You just got to try 3 more things! Punch cards will be handed out the day of the event to help you keep track
7:00pm / 21+ / No Cover
Good Morning Bedlam has become an innovative force in the folk scene with 14 national tours in over 42 states. Their shows are known for their contagious energy, with members careening about the stage, jumping and dancing with a wild playfulness. With tight soaring three part harmonies, and thumping kick-drum, they captivate their audience night after night with no intention of slowing down. Every song is a unique twist on what is generally dubbed as folk music.
Ken Hada is a poet and professor at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma where he directs the annual Scissortail Creative Writing Festival. Ken finds the natural order a powerful presence for writing. His work has received the 2017 SCMLA Poetry Prize, has been featured on The Writer’s Almanac, received the Western Heritage Award, named finalist for the Spur Award and three-time finalist for the Oklahoma Book Awards. In 2017 Ken graciously accepted the Glenda Carlile Distinguished Service Award from the Oklahoma Center for the Book. His published poetry collections include Not Quite Pilgrims, Bring an Extry Mule, Persimmon Sunday, Spare Parts, Margaritas & Redfish, The Way of the Wind and The River White: A Confluence of Brush & Quill.
Menomonie is coming to Mondovi and it's going to be epic.
Join Brewer Ryan from Brewery Nonic and Chef Stacy from Stacked on Sunday, July 14th for a Beer Dinner at Together Farms.
Chef Stacy will be creating seasonal farm-inspired dishes unique to our event. Her amazing food will be paired with different beers from the brand new Brewery Nonic.
**Early bird pricing ends June 16th!**
Doors will open by 5pm and we will sit to eat at 6pm.
Seating is limited. Rain or shine!
This is a team of superstars that has never happened before - we are excited and hope you'll join us for an evening of friends, food and beer!
Enjoy TWO FREE BEERS and an informative presentation about about how solar for your property works!
Co-hosted by brewery nønic & All Energy Solar, seating is limited.
Join All Energy Solar for a fun and educational event. Solar & Suds is an opportunity for homeowners, business owners, and anyone who’s interested to learn about the benefits of solar energy. It illustrates how solar power has never been more affordable or easier to install. This event is free and open to the public.
Topics to be presented:
• Basics of a solar photovoltaic (PV) system
• Market trends
• Step-by-step process to determine if solar is right for a property
• Economic benefits and financing options
• Overview of incentives available
Jake Mussehl, a renewable energy expert from All Energy Solar, will lead the presentation and answer questions. For additional information, contact Jake at firstname.lastname@example.org
Date(s) - 7/11/19
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Come join us in welcoming Cap'n Seabeard's sophomore album, 'Drifting and Sailing' into the world with tasty drinks, good friends and live music!
Sam Weaver will kick things off at 7pm!
Hemma is the nickname turned moniker of contemporary performance artist Hannah Hebl.
With training in performance from Exeter, SFAI, UW-Eau Claire, and L'ecole de danse contemporaine in Montreal, Hebl returned to Minneapolis is 2016 to pursue a songwriting and recording career. She writes original songs that float melodies characterized by Hymnals and American Country music, while sustaining a penchant for modernity in her use of a beat machine and synthesized sounds. Unbeknownst to Hannah, her lifelong nickname in fact is Swedish for 'at the home of one's parents'. She practices this craft with deep respect for the authenticity of the homespun song, hearing songs swirling while on walks by the many water features of her midwest home and the homes she's made on both coasts in her life. Having grown up in a family of singers, with whom she recorded 8 albums by the age of 15, Hemma is at home in the studio, on stage, on tour, and in song. Raised in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, she now resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.