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VILAS COUNTY COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW NEWS-REVIEW and and THE THE THREE THREE LAKES LAKES NEWS NEWS VILAS


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There’s something for everyone at Fountain Blu “Listen to the customer” has been the mantra of Fountain Blu owners Chuck and Sally Kemp, now celebrating their 20th year. Located in Eagle River, Fountain Blu has something for everyone. With selections ranging from Eagle River apparel to a line of Fairy figurines, something new can always be found. Upon arrival in the unique store, the first thing

noticed is the array of wildlife and Eagle River clothing. With what seems like the entire animal kingdom being represented, customers can find T-shirts featuring everything from mountain lions and moose to wolves and eagles. The newly expanded polar fleece section will keep visitors warm on those cool summer evenings. With a variety of styles, colors

Many unique lawn and garden ornaments are featured in the store. Personalize your outdoor space with these animals and bugs.

and sizes, these sleek fleeces are a beautiful addition to any wardrobe. For the wine connoisseur, new to Fountain Blu are handcrafted wine caddies and cork baskets. These metal pieces of art give wine a unique personality and protect the beverage from any harm. With shapes such as lighthouses and knights, these caddies have been flying off the shelves. The new cork baskets can be a great two-in-one gift for a friend. The bottleshaped basket opens so that a new bottle of wine can be inserted and presented. After the wine has been removed and enjoyed, the remaining cage holds corks and creates a beautiful centerpiece. Barrel, house and other shapes are available. For chefs and barbecuers alike, an assortment of cookbooks and utensils will allow visitors to take the rustic flavor of the North Woods home with them. The unique store features Tervis Tumbler cups that come in five different sizes. The 24-ounce cup has a tapered base so that it will fit in most car and boat cup holders. Each one of these quality tumblers has a lifetime guarantee and comes double layered to stop condensation. If a Tervis Tumbler is dropped in the water, no one is to worry. These glasses float, making them perfect for a summer cruise on the boat. Faerie Glen fairy and angel figurines can be found at Fountain Blu. The

Fountain Blu in downtown Eagle River offers an expanded selection of accessories, in-

collection includes many limited-edition items which will be retired when the allotment is sold. A gift of these popular products is sure to bring a smile. Quality wooden jewelry boxes, jewelry and bath and body products line the shelves of the store. A large selection of framed artwork is available as well as an assortment of metal wall art. These pieces can complete any room. How better to pledge

cluding wine caddies, glasses, cork baskets and apparel.

your allegiance or decorate your house than with one of Fountain Blu’s flags? With tradi- tional selections such as Old Glory to flags with kittens and butterflies, these quality banners instantly make a statement. “Because we’re always changing merchandise and getting new items in, we’ve always got some extras to move into the half-price area,” Chuck said. “You can find a good bargain on items in this section.”

According to the Kemps, Fountain Blu has variety in its heritage. Before the store was opened, a fiveand- dime store occupied the space. The store sold trinkets for no more than 10 cents. The Kemps try to keep that same variety and fair pricing alive with Fountain Blu, as they continue to evolve. Fountain Blu is open daily at 9:30 a.m. Call (715) 479- 6312 for more information.

Communities schedule June events Area chambers of commerce and organizations plan numerous events as added attractions to the lakes and forests that already bring people to the North Woods. The activities planned range from craft fairs and antique shows to chicken barbecues and parades. The following is a list of upcoming events provided by the Vilas County Advertising and Publicity Department. Detailed stories on some of the events can be found in this publication. People should

contact the appropriate chamber of commerce to confirm dates and times. June 21, Fun With Fathers — The Northwoods Children’s Museum will hold its free Fun With Fathers event from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will feature a meal, planned activity and the opportunity to visit and network with other fathers. Reservations are requested 24 hours in advance. Phone (715) 479-4623. June 22-23, Shootout & Fly-in — The Three Lakes Fire Department will sponsor

its fifth annual Shootout and Fly-in featuring boat races on Big Stone Lake and a flyin at the airport. Phone (715) 546-3344. June 23-24, Muskie Tournament — The Professional Musky Tournament Trail will host a tournament on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes. It will be headquartered at Eagle River Inn & Resort. Phone (715) 4796400. June 24, Country Fair — The Presque Isle Chamber of Commerce will host its 35th annual Country Fair on Main Street

from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The day will be filled with music, games, food, crafts and more. Phone 1-(888) 835-6508. June 30 through July 4, Vietnam Wall — The Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall will be on display 24 hours a day at the Eagle River Derby Track. The traveling memorial stands as a reminder of the sacrifices made during the Vietnam War. It stands 6 feet tall at center and covers nearly 300 feet from end to end. Phone (715) 479-4424.


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Family fun thru mini golf provided at Eagle Falls Eagle Falls Adventure Golf is owned and operated by Mark and Karen Cropsey and their children, Zach and Emily, of St. Germain. They have been in the area 14 years, managing vacation properties and rentals. Eagle Falls, located in Eagle River, is in its sixth season. Construction for a new laser tag arena will begin fall 2013. The theme of the course is a 1950s fishing camp. Golfers putt their way around a fishing cabin, a bait shop and a fishing dock. “We wanted to create a mini golf course that was challenging and interactive,” said Mark Cropsey. Golfers can make several choices throughout the course. For example, they can cross the river by bridge or stepping stones, descend the ranger tower by stairs or slide, and many holes have multiple options

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for play. The Cropseys are always working hard to change and improve the course. The landscaping is constantly maintained and updated to keep the course fresh and exciting for the golfers. “People discover something new each time they come to the course,” said Mark Cropsey. If you look close, hole No. 5 is in the shape of a giant muskie where you tee off at the tail and putt past the fin rock formations. The muskie’s eye is the cup. “We wanted to build a course that was different from the normal mini golf course,” said Karen Cropsey. “Something symbolic was needed to highlight the area. Therefore, the main rock formation and waterfall features an eagle’s head.” In addition to the cascading waterfalls, the course also includes lakes,

rivers and fountains. “We wanted the water features to really stand out,” explained Mark Cropsey. “The course has 20,000 gallons of water.” This year players will see water trickling down the new water tower feature by hole’s No. 1 and No. 2 into a nearby pond. Also featured is a yellow canoe planted full of beautiful flowers along the side of the course. After finishing a round, golfers have the chance to win a free game on the 18th hole, humorously called “Nature Calls.” The hole features a talking outhouse that has become a fun feature of the course. The outhouse comments on golfers’ shots and then flushes if a free game is won. Any free passes given by Eagle Falls will never expire, so customers can use them at their own convenience. Eagle Falls Adventure

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Golf offers discounts to camps, clubs and large groups. When golfing with a group of four or more, receive $1 off each golfer in the group. Complimentary coupons may be found at

a fishing camp theme.The challenging course is fun for the entire family.

local businesses and on the back of all Vacation Week issues. The coupons are not available at the course. The course is open seasonally every day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. weather permitting.

Eagle Falls Adventure Golf is located between Trig’s Shell Station and Dollar General at 1040 E. Pine St. in Eagle River, just off the highways 45 and 70 bypass. For more information, call (715) 477-0808.

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Recently, the Small Business Institute/Small Business Administration/UW System conducted anonymous independent surveys of pizza customers of the 11 major pizza restaurants in the Eagle River area. The survey considered quality of food, cleanliness, service and atmosphere. Alexander’s Family Pizza was rated #1! “Out of 11 restaurants mentioned — Alexander’s was ranked number 1,” an independent was second, and a national chain was third, “both far behind in customer choice.” Alexander’s was found to “offer a quality product at a reasonable price. According to the survey, quality has proven to be of more importance to the customer. Alexander’s has excellent pizza. It uses the highest quality ingredients.” Alexander’s Family Pizza wishes to thank all the many people who participated in the surveys. We truly appreciate the fact that our long-term goal of wanting to be known for quality pizza has been realized.

ALEXANDER’S FAMILY PIZZA Downtown Eagle River (211 Railroad St., between stoplights) 715-479-7363 Minocqua 715-356-2628 QUALITY PIZZA — NOT JUST FOR KIDS

Eagle Falls Adventure Golf in Eagle River offers an interactive miniature golf course with

May 13 to Oct. 17 (every other Wed.) — CLASSIC CAR CRUISE-INS, 5-8 p.m. Eagle River Dairy Queen Thursday, June 21 - Aug. 23 — STREET DANCES, Main St. & Wall St. Wednesday, July 4, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. — PIG & CORN ROAST LIVE MUSIC, 1-3 p.m. Thursday, July 19, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. — MIDSUMMER MADNESS PIG & CORN ROAST 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. — STREET SALE, downtown Eagle River PIG & CORN ROAST, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Aug. 25 & 26, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. — FESTIVAL OF FLAVORS, Riverview Park


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About the cover:

An American bald eagle, a symbol of power and freedom that inhabits the country’s wildest places, grabs a fish from the surface on a lake near Land O’ Lakes. There is no better place to view eagles than in the lake country of Vilas and Oneida counties. —Staff Photo By KURT KRUEGER

Advertisers’ Guide ANTIQUE SHOPS

Northern Light Antiques, Bruce Crossing, Mich..........Pg. 15

ATTRACTIONS / ENTERTAINMENT

Camp 5 Museum Lumberjack Steam Train, Laona ......Pg. 20 Eagle Falls Adventure Golf, Eagle River .......................Pg. 11 Kart Way, Eagle River .....................................................Pg. 10 NorthernWaters Museum, Land O’ Lakes ....................Pg. 17 Pine Point Riding Stables, Eagle River.........................Pg. 19 Rocking W Stable, Eagle River ......................................Pg. 10 Rohr’s Wilderness Tours, Conover ...............................Pg. 10 St. Germain Chamber, St. Germain ...............................Pg. 14 The Blue Diamond Gentlemen’s Club, Eagle River ....Pg. 6 Vilas Historical Museum, Sayner...................................Pg. 16

GOLF COURSES

Big Sand Lake Golf Course, Phelps..............................Pg. 17 Eagle River Golf Course, Eagle River ...........................Pg. 11 George Young Rec. Complex, Iron River, Mich............Pg. 19 Lac Vieux Desert Resort & Casino, Watersmeet, Mich. .....................................................Pg. 12

ONE-OF-A-KIND

Aspirus Clinics, Land O’ Lakes, Phelps, Rhinelander, Three Lakes, Woodruff ........................Pg. 12 Church Directory .............................................................Pg. 16 Eagle River Business Association ............................... Pg. 4 Eagle River Storage Condominiums, Eagle River ...... Pg. 6 French’s Homestead Veterinary Care, Rhinelander and Eagle River ...................................Pg. 2 Guided Fishing Trips .....................................................Pg. 18 Land O’ Lakes Recreation Co., Land O’ Lakes ...........Pg. 17 Lick-a-dee Splitz, Three Lakes .....................................Pg. 5 Map with index to advertisers..............................Pgs. 8 & 13 Northern Wisconsin Canine Center, Eagle River ........Pg. 16 Prime Choice Meat Market, Eagle River........................Pg. 18 Shady Gardens, Eagle River, Land O’ Lakes................Pg. 19 Walking Art Tattoos, Minocqua .....................................Pg. 15

REALTY, BUILDING & FINANCIAL

CornerStone Custom Builders Inc. Eagle River, Minocqua, Rhinelander.........................Pg. 2 Northernaire, Three Lakes............................................. Pg. 11 Waldmann Construction Inc., St. Germain ...................Pg. 10 INDEX CONTINUED ON PAGE 6

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Three Lakes Shootout, Fly-in to feature boat racing June 23 The screaming sounds of hydroplanes and performance racing boats flying across the water at speeds approaching 100 mph will once again be back on Big Stone Lake Saturday, June 23, as part of the fifth annual Three Lakes Shoot-Out and Fly-In. The 1,000-foot radar run is slated to draw jet, tunnel and drag-racing boats from across the Midwest and from as far away as Canada, for the day-long fundraising event for the Three Lakes Fire Department. Adding to the racing excitement will be snowmobiles running on the water, some pulling barefoot waterskiers. The fly-in portion of the event will include displays of vintage airplanes, biplanes and war birds at the nearby Three Lakes airport. With headquarters at Sunset Grill & C-Store and Anchor Marine & Storage on Big Stone Lake, three miles

High-powered boats will be put to the test during the Three Lakes Shout-Out and Fly-In on Big Stone Lake.

east of Three Lakes on Highway 32, the fundraiser will include music, food and beverages. Action will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday and will continue all afternoon. Admission and parking will be free. Bleacher seating is available lakeside. Specta-

tors are welcome to get a closer look at the racing action by anchoring their boats along the racecourse. Now in its fifth year, the shoot-out and fly-in keeps getting bigger, with entries vying for top-gun honors in classes which include highperformance tunnel boats,

hydros, jet boats and specialty drag boats. Local boaters also are welcome to enter and race their own boats with classes for vintage wooden boats, pontoons and other specialty craft. Visitors may get a closeup view of some of the racing boats and see a display of local fire-fighting equipment and emergency vehicles by stopping at Bonnie’s Lakeside restaurant, located on Highway 32, Friday, June 22, from 5 to 8 p.m. There will be music, refreshments, T-shirt sales and raffles, all set up in a beer garden atmosphere, with proceeds also going to the fire department. Racers may pick up preregistration packets or register that evening at Bonnie’s. There also will be a Tour of Lakes at Pine Isle Restaurant Friday at 2 p.m. Registration will open at noon for the 90-minute, nine-lake tour. Lunch will be available from noon to 2 p.m.

PMTT muskie tourney set on Chain June 23-25 The Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center, along with Professional Musky Tournament Trail (PMTT) sponsors, will host the professional muskie tournament on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes Saturday and Sunday, June 23-24. All PMTT contestants will compete for cash and prizes that could total more than $250,000 over a fivetournament tour. The firstplace angler in the Eagle River tournament will be rewarded with the possibility of $20,000 in cash, based on a full tournament field of 125 teams, two people per team. Other awards in this tournament include the bigfish award ($500 each day for the largest fish caught) and a free entry into the next PMTT qualifying event to be given at the awards ceremony. For more information on

how to register to participate in this tournament, contact Tim Widlacki, president of the PMTT, at (815) 478-4351 or the Eagle River Chamber at (715) 479-6400. The headquarters for the entire PMTT event will be located at Eagle River Inn &

Resort. The daily starting and returning area will be at the Eagle Waters Resort docks. The tournament schedule is as follows: — Friday, June 22, registration at Eagle River Inn & Resort from 5 to 7 p.m. with a mandatory rules meeting

starting at 7 p.m.; — Saturday, June 23, Tournament fishing and social gathering; and — Sunday, June 24, tournament fishing and awards ceremony will start at 3 p.m. in the Eagle River Inn & Resort conference room.

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Concerts in the Park set in Three Lakes The Three Lakes Historical Society is set to kick off its free Concerts in the Park live-music series Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m., beginning June 26 with the Woodland Strings. The outdoor shows will be held at the Cy Williams Park gazebo, just north of the chamber of commerce building on Superior Street in Three Lakes. The concerts attract picnickers and music fans of all ages who are treated to a variety of musical styles in a relaxed setting. The 2012 Concerts in the Park schedule is as follows: June 26, the Woodland Strings; July 3, The Northwoods Brass Quintet; July 10, Hot Mix; July 17,

Rhinelander Area Community Band; July 24, the Hand-Picked Bluegrass Band; July 31, GB’s Dance Band; and Aug. 7, Bret & Frisk. Concertgoers are encouraged to take their own lawn chairs and make themselves comfortable. Snacks and information about the Historical Society are available each week. In the event of rain, the concerts will take place at the Three Lakes High School auditorium. A free-will offering will be taken to help defray the expenses of concert performers. For more information, contact Brian Thorstad at (715) 546-2087.

Advertisers’ Guide RESORTS, MOTELS, INNS & CAMPGROUNDS

Chanticleer Inn, Eagle River...........................................Pg. 10 Hillside Resort, Phelps ...................................................Pg. 19 Lac Vieux Desert Resort & Casino, Watersmeet, Mich. .....................................................Pg. 12

RESTAURANTS / TAVERNS

19th Hole Family Sports Bar & Grill, St. Germain ..........Pg. 10 Alexander’s Family Pizza Parlor, Eagle River ..........Pgs. 4 & 7 Big Rob’s Loose Moose, Land O’ Lakes.......................Pg. 17 Black Bear Lodge, St. Germain .....................................Pg. 14 Bucktale Inn, Eagle River ...............................................Pg. 18 Chanticleer Inn, Eagle River...........................................Pg. 10 Friendship House, Eagle River ......................................Pg. 9 Hillside Resort, Phelps ...................................................Pg. 19 Red Man Supper Club, Land O’ Lakes ..........................Pg. 17 Sportsmen’s Chalet, St. Germain .................................Pg. 14 The Penalty Box, Eagle River .......................................Pg. 18 White Stag Inn, Sugar Camp ..........................................Pg. 15 Wolf Pack Café, St. Germain .........................................Pg. 14

SHOPS & STORES

Arrow Gift Shop, Eagle River ........................................Pg. Busy Bee Creations, Eagle River ..................................Pg. CW Business, Eagle River ............................................ Pg. Forest Lake Country Store, Land O’ Lakes .................Pg. Fountain Blu, Eagle River...............................................Pg. Grandma’s Toy Box, Eagle River ..................................Pg. Health Care Pharmacies Eagle River, Land O’ Lakes, St. Germain .................Pg. Imaginuity, Manitowish Waters and Minocqua ............Pg. Lehner-Stephan Jewelers, Eagle River.........................Pg. Musky Hunter Store, St. Germain ..................................Pg. Nelson’s Ace Hardware, Eagle River.............................Pg. Northern Memories, St. Germain ..................................Pg. Pink Coyote, Eagle River................................................Pg. The Sower and The Seed, Woodruff ............................Pg. Trading Post, Land O’ Lakes..........................................Pg. Tremblay’s Sweet Shop, Eagle River ............................Pg. WalkAbout Paddle & Apparel, Eagle River ...................Pg.

WATERCRAFT/SNOWMOBILES/ATVs

Dave Rents Boats, Eagle River .....................................Pg. Eagle River Marine, Eagle River ....................................Pg. Headwaters Polaris, Watersmeet, Mich. ...................... Pg. Northland Marine, Three Lakes ....................................Pg. Paul’s Rent-All, St. Germain...........................................Pg. St. Germain Sport Marine, St. Germain.........................Pg. Track Side, Eagle River ................................................. Pg.

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Trees For Tomorrow offering nature programs this summer Trees For Tomorrow will offer several educational programs open to the public this summer. Some programs will be free while others will charge for materials. The free public program series will run Tuesdays from June 12 through Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. in the air-conditioned Education Hall on the school’s campus. Programs will feature a variety of speakers who will discuss many nature-related topics. The June 26 session will be a program on North Woods tree identification by naturalist Joe Panci. Participants will learn some of the tricks to tree identification and how to

use a dichotomous key to investigate the many tree species on campus. Summer naturalists will present family programs Tuesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. from June 12 through Aug. 14. These nature-focused programs are geared toward younger children, but are also designed to appeal to the entire family. Topics will include the world of rotting logs, birds, bugs, reptiles and amphibians, animal tracks and more. Many programs will include a craft project. The cost for each of these programs is $1 per person or $5 per family. The June 26 session will

focus on Critter Catching, and participants will walk to Silver Lake and learn about some water-loving creatures. The Youth Outdoor Adventure Series will run Thursdays from June 14 through Aug. 16 with various nature and adventure programs for youths, ages 8 to 12. Each session will offer a different theme. Most programs will run from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. and the cost will be $25 per day per child and includes programming, swimming at Silver Lake beach and snacks. Participants should take their own lunch.

The June 21 session will be titled Growing Wonders and will feature an exploration of the world of plants. The June 28 program will be called Artful Antics and will feature participants showing their true colors through leaf printing, dream-catchers and more. Trees For Tomorrow is a natural resources specialty school that offers field-based programs to place adults and youths in direct contact with natural resources that support human needs. For more information or a schedule for any programs offered at Trees For Tomorrow, call (715) 479-6456 or go to treesfortomorrow.com.

Raptor group to host tours The Raptor Education Group Inc. (REGI) will host public tours of its facility in Antigo Tuesdays, Thursdays and the second Saturday of each month until Aug. 30.

The public can see birds of prey firsthand during the tours, including hawks, eagles, owls and falcons. Tours are entirely outdoors and cost $8 per person and will take place at

10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Children younger than 5 will be admitted free. Preregistration is re quired. To register, call (715) 623-2563. For more information,

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Fishing forums slated Sundays Boulder Junction area fishing guides will share some of their best fishing secrets at free fishing seminars this summer. The seminars will take place Sundays at 7 p.m. at the Boulder Junction Community Center. No reservations are necessary and the seminars are free to the public. The June schedule is as follows: — June 24, Fly Fishing Smallmouth Bass presented by Bill Sherer’s Northern Adventure Fly Fishing; and — July 1, Muskies Love Bucktails presented by Erv Keller Guide Service. For more information, visit boulderjct.org or call (715) 385-2400.


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General store feel found at The Sower & the Seed Owned by motherdaughter team Lisa and Sarah Goff, The Sower and the Seed in Woodruff aims to give customers the hospitable feel of a general store. With an array of nuts, seeds, flours, grains and more, The Sower and the Seed can meet many baking needs. More than 100 spices and herbs, many certified organic, may be purchased in bulk or by the amount a recipe calls for. The in-store specialorder bakery creates handmade breads, pies, cakes and scones with mostly 100% whole-wheat flour, which is freshly ground on the premises. The Sower and the Seed houses an organic produce share program, in an effort to keep organic foods affordable. Fresh fruits and vegetables are available and can be found frozen and dehydrated as well. Pastas, nut butters, bulk baking mixes, snacks, candies and organic teas and coffees also are featured. The Sower and the Seed is located at 523 Hemlock St., Woodruff. Hours are Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call (715) 358-6852 or visit thesowerandtheseed .com for more details.

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Presque Isle to hold 35th Country Fair The Presque Isle Chamber of Commerce is working full steam ahead to get everything ready for its 35th annual Presque Isle Country Fair Sunday, June 24, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The day will be filled with music, games, dance, food, arts and crafts exhibitions, Lost Art demonstrations, the 50-50 cash raffle and other nostalgic happenings throughout the day. Attendees can stroll up and down Main Street, re-

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living a day at an old-fashioned street fair. The fair will feature the Last Wilderness Run & Walk, with registration beginning at 8:15 a.m. for the race at 9 a.m. For more in-

formationabout the run/ walk, call (715) 686-2928. For information about the fair, call the Presque Isle Chamber of Commerce at 686-2910 or 1-(888) 8356508.

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“THE FOUR SEASON RECREATIONAL PLAYGROUND” ATTRACTIONS 6 Camp 5 Museum Lumberjack Steam Train 2 Kart Way/Rocking W Stable CHAMBERS/INFORMATION BUREAUS 12 St. Germain Chamber/Information Bureau GOLF COURSES 23 Eagle River Golf Course RESTAURANTS & TAVERNS 30 Chanticleer Inn

This map shows the approximate location of many services and entertainment places in Vilas and Oneida counties. The main highways as shown are accurate. All places listed on this map have placed a display advertisement elsewhere in this publication. You will find useful details about the places by referring to the various advertisements.

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Golfing, dining offered at 19th Hole Sports Bar For a relaxing day on the green or an enjoyable dining experience, visit The 19th Hole Sports Bar and Grill in St. Germain. The 19th Hole features a quality restaurant with a large menu. Many of the menu options are made from scratch, giving them a delicious home-cooked taste. Start off your meal with one of many mouth-watering appetizers, such as supreme nachos or crispy shrimp. Also offered are baked French onions, entrée salads and a soup of the day. Items like delectable homemade pizza and broasted chicken are popular with customers. New items are constantly being added to the menu. Try the new tequila-lime pork sandwich or the jambalaya sandwich. Also served is a large selection of other sandwiches, wraps and gourmet burgers. Featured every Friday is a selection of fish specials. Customers may choose to dine on breaded or broiled cod, breaded lake perch, mahi-mahi or salmon. These meals can be completed with one of many fabulous sides — vegetables and dip, homemade potato salad or homemade tortilla chips and salsa. Don’t hesitate to take the youngsters, as The 19th Hole offers an excellent children’s menu for youths

10 and younger. The 19th Hole also features a 22-stool full-service bar. The bar includes a wide variety of liquors and beers sure to satisfy most everyone. Eight high-definition plasma TVs are located throughout the bar and dining area, making it possible for guests to enjoy their favorite sporting events. If TV isn’t what you had in mind, one may dine outside on the covered patio to enjoy the beautiful weather and view the North Woods scenery offered at the establishment. The lower level of The 19th Hole serves as a gift shop and pro shop for the 737-yard golf course, which features nine par-three holes. The par-three course is enjoyable for players of all skill levels. The gift shop offers club rentals with junior and adult sizes. It also hosts a large selection of North Woods décor, including carved figurines, picture frames, fireplace screens and lamps. A variety of cards, jewelry, candles, apparel and much more can also be found in the gift shop. If the par-three course is not what you are looking for, take the family out for an exciting mini golf experience at the wilderness adventure mini golf course. This course features 18 wilderness-themed holes with waterfalls and

The 19th Hole in St. Germain offers not only a casual dining experience but also a nine-hole par-three golf course, mini

streams throughout. While putting through the course, take time to identify the animal tracks imprinted along the greens and pathways. On a warm day, don’t forget to stop by The 19th Hole Ice Cream Shop for tasty ice cream treats. Boasting more than 32

flavors, the shop offers cones, malts, shakes and specialty sundaes such as the Tin Cup. With cookies, ice cream sandwiches, slushies and candies, The 19th Hole Ice Cream Shop has something sweet for everyone. The 19th Hole Sports

Youth fishing seminars planned in Eagle River Free fishing seminars for children between age 5 and 13 will be held at Hi-Pines Campground in Eagle River at 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday from June 19 thru Aug. 14. All children will be given information about fishing and prizes at the free seminars. Prizes may include a rod and reel, tackle box, lures and other fishing items. There will be hands-on instruction on fish identification, size limits, licenses, rigging slip bobbers, tying knots, fish habitat, netting

and handling fish, catch and release, boating safety, environmental responsibility, casting techniques and preventing aquatic invasive species. The seminars are sponsored by the Headwaters Chapter of Muskies Inc., headquartered in Eagle River. All of the instructors are members of the Headwaters Chapter. All youths in attendance will be given a “goody” bag. Adults are welcome to attend with their children. Hi-Pines Campground is

located on Highway 45 just north of Eagle River. For more information,

call Kids Fishing Tips Chairman Harvey Sadler at (715) 542-2465.

golf course and the newly added 19th Hole Ice Cream Shop.

Bar and Grill is located on Highway 70 West in St. Germain. The bar and grill portion is open year-round.

For more information, call (715) 542-4042 or visit the website at whitetaillodge.com/19thhole.

BREAKFAST SERVED ANY TIME AT

Friendship House Family Restaurant

• Senior Menu • Kids’ Menu • Daily Specials OPEN DAILY 6 A.M. TO 10 P.M. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

to Wisconsin’s North Woods

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Awesome Mini Golf!

• Pony Rides • Petting Zoo • Friendly Guided Trail Rides — 3-Mile Scenic Trail

✷ See & Hear the Action on Our Huge HDTV Plasma TVs & Surround Sound! ✷ Superb Sandwiches! ✷ Northwoods Gift Shop! ✷ Dine In or Outside on Our Patio! • Gift Shop • Ice-Cream Shop ✷ Best Homemade Pizza in • Par 3 Golf • Wilderness Mini Golf Northern Wisconsin! COUPON ✷ Serving Broasted Chicken 10% OFF TOTAL PURCHASE ✷ Golf the Area’s Only Par 3 Golf Course! IN GIFT SHOP ✷ Fun for the Entire Family! Offer good thru Oct. 1, 2012. ✷ Wilderness Miniature Golf Excludes sale items. ✷ Ice-Cream Shop Limit 1 coupon per person per visit.

OPEN 10 TO 5 DAILY

Located on Pleasure Island Road next to Kart-Way 715-617-6779

Big Family Fun at Af for dable Prices OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M.

E AG L E R I V E R G O - K A RT S

KART-WAY • 3 GREAT TRACKS! • Figure 8 Go-Cart Track • NASCAR Track Go-Carts • Slick Track Go-Carts • Bumper Boats • Little Falls Miniature Golf Course • Water Wars and more!

Family Sports Bar & Grill

715-479-4450 REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE Located on Pleasure Island Rd. off Hwy. 45 North (on the north side of Eagle River)

COUPON

ALSO FOR THE LITTLE KIDS: • Miniature Bumper Boats • Pony Rides • Mini Car Track • Bounce House

Hwy. 70 West • St. Germain, WI 54558 Across from the St. Germain Golf Course

Par 3 is a Challenge!

(715) 542-4042 www.whitetaillodge.com

FOOD! FUN! GOLF!

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WISCONSIN RIVER CANOE TRIPS • Canoe/Kayak/Raft Trips • Canoe Instruction • Campground • Shower House • Deluxe Vacation Home • Complete Outfitting • Equipment Sales • Mountain Bike & Ski Trail (715) 547-3639 www.RWTCanoe.com

CW Business Office & Art Supply Store

Office & Art Supply Store

5230 Razorback Rd., Conover 13 miles north of Eagle River — Hwy. 45 North, west on Rummels, north on Razorback, follow signs

Providing for your outdoor recreational needs...

Eagle River’s well-stocked office supply store & more. We also have the largest selection of ink cartridges.

• • • •

Artist Supplies Children’s Crafts Adult Crafts Model Cars

Holiday & Birthday Gifts

Mon.-Fri. 8-5, Sat. 9-12:30 Uptown Eagle River • 708 E. Wall St. • 715.479.7656

Design / Build General Contractor Cabins, Homes, Additions, Remodels, Repairs

715-479-3132 www.waldmannconstruction.com waldmannconstructioninc@frontier.com P.O. Box 159 * 6221 Hwy. 70 East St. Germain, WI 54558

Personally Designed Homes As Unique As Their Owners

...in Wisconsin’s Northwoods!

• Water Sport Rentals • Snowmobile Rentals • Piers, Docks, Lifts • Sporting Goods • Live Bait & Tackle • Boat Storage • Wis. Fishing & Hunting Licenses • Wis. Boat, Snowmobile & ATV Registrations • Sweatshirts/T-Shirts • Gift Shop • Marine & Snowmobile Accessories • BP Fuel

COME BY BOAT OR CAR • Waterfront Dining & Cocktail Lounge • Friday Night Fish Fry • Wednesday & Saturday – BEER GARDEN Slow-Roasted Prime Rib DAILY NOON -3 P.M. • Children’s Menu • Gift Certificates Available • Serving Daily from 5 p.m. – Full Menu PONTOON BOAT RENTALS

with a trip to Wisconsin’s beautiful North Woods!

And Much More!

Kim & Tom Christensen, Owners 430 Hwy. 70 • P.O. Box 399 • St. Germain, WI 54558 Phone: (715) 479-4930 • Fax: (715) 479-9519 Email: stgsport@frontier.com

www.stgermainsportmarine.com

715-479-4486



1458 E. Dollar Lake Rd., 3 mi. east of Eagle River, Wis. off Hwy. 70

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NORTHERNAIRE RESORT & SPA, LLC now

offering VILLAS ON DEER LAKE

Freestanding

RATING

1,800 FT. FRONTAGE ON THE THREE LAKES CHAIN

Was $585,580

457 E. McKinley St.

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Midweek Golf Special Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

18 Holes with Cart (Reg. $55)

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Valid June 26 & 27 Call 715-479-8111 or 1-800-280-1477 ONLINE TEE TIMES AVAILABLE

www.eaglerivergolfcourse.com Hwy. 45 North, turn east on E. McKinley St.

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Two coats of flat latex paint Stainless-steel appliances: glass-top electric range, microhood, refrigerator with ice & water in door, dishwasher, disposal

ADD-ON OPTIONS: n Full basement n Loft n Fully furnished n 3-car garage

4 units left in North Lodge — (1) two-bedroom and (3) one-bedroom Now offering pre-construction sales in South Lodge Call for showings. Contact David Jensen (715) 848-8009 or contact your local real estate agent at

of Wausau

For Villa & Lodge rentals, call Justin @ (715) 546-2700

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4348 Hwy B Phelps 715.545.2710 2383 Hwy 17 Rhinelander 715.361.5480 1630 N. Chippewa Drive Three Lakes 715.546.2543 6951 Michigan St. Woodruff 715.358.8610 611 Veterans Parkway

For more information on services available, or to schedule an appointment, contact the Aspirus Clinic in your community.

A Great Store for the Great Outdoors!

aspirus.org

Active outdoor clothing and accessories for the entire family • Footwear • Jackets • Sportswear • Swimwear • Sunglasses • Boating Accessories • Three Lakes T-shirts

WORLD’S LARGEST MINN KOTA PARTS DEALER

FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER

Downtown Three Lakes, WI

(715) 546-2333

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“THE FOUR SEASON RECREATIONAL PLAYGROUND” ATTRACTIONS 6 Camp 5 Museum Lumberjack Steam Train 2 Kart Way/Rocking W Stable CHAMBERS/INFORMATION BUREAUS 12 St. Germain Chamber/Information Bureau GOLF COURSES 23 Eagle River Golf Course RESTAURANTS & TAVERNS 30 Chanticleer Inn

This map shows the approximate location of many services and entertainment places in Vilas and Oneida counties. The main highways as shown are accurate. All places listed on this map have placed a display advertisement elsewhere in this publication. You will find useful details about the places by referring to the various advertisements.

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St. Germain — A premier destination St. Germain serves visitors and area residents as a premier destination. One might even say the community is “Home of the Authentic Northwoods Experience.” St. Germain offers a host of natural resources, recreational opportunities, dining, lodging and shopping for all seasons. The area’s dense forests are marked by trails of all types, making way for hikers, bikers, snowmobilers, skiers and snowshoe enthusiasts. For a safe and scenic bike ride, try out the 12 miles of paved trail on the St. Germain Bike and Hike Trail. Parking is available behind the St. Germain Chamber of Commerce. This trail is part of the Heart of Vilas Bike Trail and connects the communi-

ties of St. Germain, Sayner and Boulder Junction for almost 27 miles of paved trail riding. Just north of town on Highway 155, the Fern Ridge Trail offers hikers a variety of wildflowers, trees and nonflowering plants, making the trail beautiful during all seasons. The trail is only three-quarters of a mile, but has lots of challenging terrain. Three hiking loops of varied length provide pleasure walking on the Awassa Nature Preserve and Hiking Trail on the west edge of St. Germain. In addition, a halfmile nature trail with a printed interpretive guide is accessible to all, including wheelchair users. The Bo-Boen Snowmobile Club, the largest and one of the most active in the state, has built and maintains more than 100 miles of trails in the St. Germain area. Snowmobile rentals are available within the community. St. Germain also is home

Featuring Original Art by Northern Artists Paintings • Sculpture• Photography Pottery•Wood • Fiber •Jewelry

OPEN Mon., Tues.,Thurs., Fri., Sat. 10-5 Sun. 11-3, Closed Wed. 446C Hwy 70 Downtown, St Germain 715 477-0003

St. Germain offers about 12 miles of paved bike and hike trails, with parking available

to the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame, where visitors can learn about the history of snowmobile development and racing. Many different snowmobiles from early models to championship sleds are on display. The year-round fishing on dozens of lakes in the St. Germain area is said to be

behind the chamber office. The system ties into Sayner and Boulder Junction.

legendary. Vilas County is dotted with more than 1,300 lakes and plenty of streams and rivers. St. Germain offers fishing for everything from crappies to trophy muskies. Canoeing, kayaking and boating opportunities beckon visitors to St. Germain’s many lakes and streams, in-

Awarded “Restaurant of the Month” by Discover Wisconsin

Home of the “World’s Best Pancakes” Come visit our newly remodeled restaurant. Hours: 6 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. Sun. 6 a.m. - noon (breakfast only) Closed Tuesdays 426 Hwy. 70, St. Germain, Wis. 715-479-8737

cluding the St. Germain River and the Wisconsin River. There are many activities that visitors can take part in while visiting St. Germain. The St. Germain Golf Club, rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, is challenging and fun. The 18-hole public golf course boasts woods and water. There also are a variety of mini golf courses, gocart tracks and horseback riding facilities close to town. When visitors are done enjoying the great outdoors, there are plenty of things to see and do in the St. Germain area, including a wide array of community events and festivals throughout the year. A flea market is held every Monday through Labor Day from 8 a.m. until

3 p.m. in the community park. Bingo is held every Monday at the community center June through August. There will also be a Farmers Market held every Friday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the pavilion just west of the chamber of commerce along Highway 70. The Farmers Market runs from June 29 through Aug. 31. Celebrate Independence Day in St Germain with a parade downtown starting at 1 p.m., craft fair and children’s rides to follow. Visitors won’t want to miss the best fireworks display in the North Woods at the community park at dusk. Other festivities include arts and crafts shows: Walk in the Woods Art Fair June 9, Christmas in July Craft Show July 5, and Colorama Sept. 22. Fitness events like the Freedom 5K Run July 1 and the Summer’s End Run and Paddle Sept. 8 can also be enjoyed. Join in on the fun at the eighth annual Pig in the Pines Ribfest held Aug. 2-4. This fun-filled event features award-winning ribs, live music every day, family attractions and an allaround good time. More information on St. Germain’s lodging, attractions, trails and events can be obtained at the St. Germain Chamber of Commerce, located at the corner of highways 70 and 155 in St. Germain. Look for the big muskie and the statue of Chief St. Germaine. Those interested in learning more can call (715) 477-2205, email info@st-germain.com or visit the website at st-germain.com.


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AMERICAN ART POTTERY

OPEN DAILY MAY 15 - OCTOBER 11 A.M. TO 6 P.M. E.S.T. We carry a full line of antiques & collectibles. Over 10,000 items with American art pottery as our specialty. Items include vintage tools, lanterns, bottles and glass. Some primitives, old skis and furniture. Our merchandise is clean, clearly priced and identified. No reproductions.

20% Sale Storewide ON MOST ITEMS

Drive 15 miles north of Watersmeet on U.S. 45 to Himanka Hill Rd. Turn east. We are 1 mile off the highway. WELL WORTH THE DRIVE

E-mail: nlantqs@jamadots.com 14218 Himanka Hill Rd., Bruce Crossing, MI 49912 906-827-3933

With locations in Minocqua and Manitowish Waters, specialty toy store Imaginuity houses challenging and educational

games and toys for all ages. The store features more than 300 Made in the USA products.

Imaginuity — Play with a purpose Formerly known as Whoops, specialty toy store Imaginuity houses a selection of toys, educational products, games and puzzles at locations in Minocqua and Manitowish Waters. Owner Kay Hatch and daughter, Manager Jessica Hatch, fill the shelves with products that encourage creativity and inspire curiosity for all ages, including adults. “We go on special buying trips to find cutting-edge, imagination-driven toys

and games,” said Jessica Hatch. “We are always adding new products.” Known for a wide assortment of games, Imaginuity has fun, educational and challenging games for all ages. Many are on display in the store for customers to try before they buy. Also offered are art supplies, science kits, outdoor and active play items, and a large selection of puzzles. “I always shop here,” said one customer. “You can’t find these unique toys or their quality anywhere

White Stag Inn Authentic Charcoal Broiling

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

The Widules

SERVING FROM 5 P.M.

Est. 1956

9 MILES SOUTH OF EAGLE RIVER. 12 MILES NORTH OF RHINELANDER ON HWY. 17

else, and I also support buying local.” Imaginuity has more than 300 Made in the USA products including games, name trains, craft kits, cars and trucks, tea sets and a new game, Pajaggle. “It’s a game that thinks it’s a puzzle, and can be played several different ways,” said Jessica Hatch. Various organic and recycled products are also featured. A part of the community,

Imaginuity assists local teachers with learning ideas, and applies special discounts on products used in the classroom. Imaginuity is located in downtown Minocqua at 225 W. Front St. and in Manitowish Waters at 68 Hwy. W. A different shopping experience exists at each store, both boasting knowledgeable sales staff to help choose the perfect game or gift, and wrap it as well.

HELP END GLOBAL SLAVERY TRAFFICKING Write to your representatives in Washington and contact/contribute to NOT FOR SALE 270 Capistrano Road, Suite #2 Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 Phone 650-560-9990

“Not for Sale” is also the name of a book by David Batsone detailing stories of the 30 million people who are currently victims of the trafficking.

Poking people in the Northwoods since 2010 . . . WALKING ART TATTOOS is a comfortable, welcoming, customer friendly shop ready to help you create your very own walking art in the form of a custom tattoo, a body piercing or a shop ready to create your very own henna tattoo.

Find us on Facebook! 308 Milwaukee St., Downtown Minocqua 715-356-2721 • www.walkingarttattoos.com


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VILAS HISTORICAL MUSEUM

48,000 pieces of history Hwy. 155, Sayner, Wis. • (715) 542-3388 *Antique snowmobiles & 1st snowmobile *Fishing Guides, Boats & Tackle *Antique Musical Instruments *Animals and Birds from Around the World *Gift Shop

*Doll Collection *Outboard Motors *Indian & Military Displays *Historic Library — photos, books, news clippings, Photo copies available

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Admission $3 ages 10 and up

DOG DAY CARE and Dog Training

Northern Wisconsin Canine Center

www.nwcaninecenter.com 1100 Hwy. 45 S. 715-479-4900 Eagle River

Dave Rents Boats, LLC

Church Directory FIRST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST AIR CONDITIONED

Rev. Mary Anne Biggs, Pastor Sunday Worship 7:30 & 10 a.m. Contemporary Service 2nd Sundays, 9 a.m. First & Division St., Eagle River www.eagleriverucc.org 715-479-8501

Welcomes you to our worship services:

www.daverentsboats.com Rentals: Sea-Doo PWC, Pontoons, Fishing Boats, Trailers, Skis & Tubes

ABUNDANT LIFE OUTREACH CENTER

“Jesus still teaches by the water” 3675 Church Rd., Conover Sunday Worship Service 9 a.m. Holy Communion at every service. Coffee & lunch fellowship follows worship service. Rev. John Kuziej, Pastor Phone: 715-479-4966 www.pioneerlakelc.com

“Pursuing His Presence”

SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve 5 p.m. Wednesday Eve Bible Study & Youth Mtg. 7 p.m. 1016 Hwy. 45 South, Eagle River, WI 54521 715-479-7870 eagleriverbaptistchurch.org

2 blocks south of the “Black Forest”

Rev. Allen Montgomery Saturday Worship 4 p.m. Grace 715-546-2262 • Home 715-362-7605

ST. ALBERT & ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCHES

ST. ALBERT

ST. MARY

4351 Hwy. B, Land O’ Lakes 715-547-3558

4494 Town Hall Rd., Phelps

Saturday: 5 p.m. Mass

Saturday: 6:30 p.m. Liturgy of the Word with Communion Service

Sunday: 10 a.m. Mass

Sunday: 8 a.m. Mass

Gary Gilbert, Pastor ggilbert@wildblue.net

715-479-7700

715-479-2200 www.tracksideinc.com

Sun.

ST. PETER THE FISHERMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 5001 County Hwy. G, Eagle River 715-479-8704 Hwy. 45 North to Cty. Hwy. G, 1 Mile West

Saturday Mass: 4 p.m. Sunday Masses: 8 & 10 a.m. www.stpeterseagleriver.org

ST. JOHN’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH WISCONSIN SYNOD

LAND O’ LAKES LUTHERAN OUTREACH WISCONSIN SYNOD

2216 Hwy. 17N, Phelps 715-479-8307 Worship 9:15 a.m. – Sunday

Land O’ Lakes Fire Hall, Hwy. B 715-479-8307 Worship 11 a.m. – Sunday

Rev. Philip Gieschen Rev. Joshua Odell

Memorial Day thru Labor Day Rev. Philip Gieschen Rev. Joshua Odell

Wednesday Bible Study - 7 p.m. Youth - 7 p.m. eagleriverabundantlife.wordpress.com 210 Capich Dr., Eagle River 715-477-2080

PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCA 5030 Hwy. 70 West, Eagle River Sunday Worship with Holy Communion at 9 a.m. Tuesday Bible Study - 9 a.m.

A/C & Wheelchair Accessible www.princeofpeace-eagleriver.org Rev. Lloyd Leo Luedeman 715-479-9263

ST. GERMAIN EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH WORSHIP SERVICES Children’s nursery provided Senior Pastor, Joshua Reese Associate Pastor, Dan Shields Website: www.stgermainfreechurch.com E-mail: stgefc@frontier.com 6065 Hwy. 70, St. Germain

Church 715-479-2173

COMMUNITY UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

St. Mary of the Snows Anglican Church 120 Silver Lake Rd., Eagle River Family Worship & Healing Service - Wed. 5 p.m. Family Worship Sunday - 10 a.m. Jim Fosdick, Pastor

Sunday Worship - 9:30 a.m. (Children’s Church & Nursery Provided)

A friendly place to gather for worship 9:30 Sunday Morning North 1⁄4 Mile on Hwy. 155 from intersection of Hwys. 70 & 155 in St. Germain 715-542-3114 mynorthwoodschurch.org 715-479-8921

Rev. Dan Borchers, Pastor

HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH

THREE LAKES EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH

NORTHWOODS CATHOLIC COMMUNITY

Land O’ Lakes

A warm, safe place to learn about Jesus Christ

ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Just north of County B on U.S. 45

DIVINE SERVICE Sun. 9:30 a.m. Office (906) 544-2259

www.eaglerivermarine.com

COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH

PIONEER LAKE LUTHERAN CHURCH

www.shepherdofthelakeschurch.org

Worship: Sunday 10:30 a.m.

1651 Hwy. 45 N, Eagle River

715-479-6226

EAGLE RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH

715-542-3701

Phone 715-546-2169 Hwy. 45 & Forest St., Three Lakes, WI 54562 AIR-CONDITIONED

437 W. Division St., Eagle River

223 Silver Lake Rd., Eagle River

A member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America

2903 State Hwy. 155 Sayner, WI 54560

UNION CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

More Choices for Fun & Adventure!

Rev. William J. Trosien

Proclaiming The Living Word 9:45 a.m. Sunday School — all ages 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Bible Study Wed. 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting “Hour of Power” Dave Johnson — Pastor Second & Division St., Eagle River 715-479-4986 & 715-479-4759

Saturday 5:30 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. Holy Communion at every service

ERAN MISSOURI S LUTH6948 YNO E. School St. ACE D R P.O. Box 216 G Three Lakes, WI 54562

715-479-8960

WORSHIP TIMES Sat. 7 p.m. & Sun. 7:30 and 10 a.m. Memorial Day thru Labor Day

SHEPHERD of the LAKES LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCA

Pontoons, WaveRunners, Canoes & Kayaks

DELIVERY AVAILABLE TO ALL AREA LAKES

OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD “Come Worship the Living Lord”

Pastor Gary Albert

Sunday Worship Service - 9 a.m. with Children’s Church and staffed nursery year-round Sunday School Classes for all ages 10:30 a.m., Sept.-May Pastors Brian Thorstad and Eli Shackelford 1614 Hwy. 32, Three Lakes – 715-546-2000 – info@tlefc.org

Sunday Mass: 11 a.m. 10315 Main St., Boulder Junction

ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH Saturday Mass 4 p.m. & Sunday Mass 9 a.m. 8705 Hwy. N, Sayner

ST. RITA CATHOLIC CHURCH Saturday Mass 4 p.m. & Sunday Mass 10 a.m. 2360 Lake St., Presque Isle

715-385-2390

This church directory will run each week in Vacation Week. If you would like information about having your church added to the list, please stop in at the News-Review or call (715) 479-4421.


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It’s about pride at Walking Art Tattoos In 2010, Michael Medrano opened Walking Art Tattoos in downtown Minocqua, featuring tattoos, body piercing, henna tattoos and more. The friendly staff and clean environment make for a welcoming establishment. Offering free consultations, artists guide clients through tattoos from start to finish. Medrano believes their superior customer service sets them apart. “The personal attention we give demonstrates the pride we take in each individual creation,” said Medrano. “We treat our customers as messengers of our art.” Walking Art Tattoos staff enjoys many styles including custom, traditional, realism, and Asian. Touch-up and cover-up work is also done. Open year-round, Walking Art Tattoos is located at 308 Milwaukee St. in Minocqua. Medrano and staff are excited to welcome customers into their newer and bigger shop by July 1. The new location, at 528 Oneida St., is across from Island City Ice Cream. Summer hours are 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays. Call (715) 356-2721 or check out the website and Facebook pages to peruse galleries of artwork at walkingarttattoos.com and

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BIG SAND LAKE GOLF COURSE 9 holes – par 36 – 3,085 yds.

“No tee times needed.” Now accepting Visa, MasterCard & Discover!

SPECIAL TWILIGHT FEES

715-545-2484 Big Sand Lake Club Road, Phelps Located 7 mi. east of Phelps on Hwy. 17

Red Man Supper Club OPEN EVERY DAY AT 4, SERVING AT 5 MEMORIAL DAY TILL LABOR DAY

FULL MENU & NIGHTLY SPECIALS Fri. Hwy. 45 North, Land O’ Lakes 715-547-3344 www.redmansupperclub.com

Owner Michael Medrano and friendly staff ensure top-notch customer service and per-

sonal attention at Walking Art Tattoos in Minocqua.

Poor Man’s Lobster, Fish Fry Sat. Prime Rib Sun. Broasted Chicken

BIG ROB’S

LOOSE MOOSE

facebook.com/walkingarttattoo.

FAMILY FRIENDLY • CATERING • RESERVATIONS Open Tues. thru Sat. • Nightly Specials • Full Menu

• FAMOUS BBQ RIBS — chewy or fall off the bone • NIGHTLY FISH FRY & SHRIMP BOIL - all you can eat

Ski-ters plan water ski shows The Plum Ski-ters water ski team will perform free shows Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 p.m. through Aug. 11, and at 6:30 p.m. from Aug. 15 to Sept. 1 on Plum Lake.

The show site is located at Statehouse Point Boat Landing on Razorback Road off Highway N in Sayner. For more information, visit plumskiter.org or call (715) 612-3027.

(906) 544-2040 1702 Hwy. 45 North, Land O’ Lakes, WI 54540 www.lolrec.com • mgr@lolrec.com

Buy Where You Ride! 2012 models in stock & new 2011s priced to sell

• WALLEYE • POOR MAN’S LOBSTER • PANFISH • BLACK ANGUS RIB EYE • DELUXE SANDWICHES • SAT. PRIME RIB • CHILDREN’S MENU • VEGETARIAN MEALS

Let Us Earn Your Business! SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS ATV & TRAILER STORAGE

Over 150 Boutique Wines

Hours: Bar 4 p.m. • Dinners 5 p.m. Tues. - Sat.

CORNER HWY. 45 NORTH & E, LAND O’ LAKES, WIS. 715-547-8500

Serving breakfast, lunch & dinner Handcrafted Pizzas, Paninis, Salads & Much More

Over 130 Craft Beers Mix & Match 6-Packs

GREAT FOOD & A WHOLE LOT MORE! 7 M i l e s W e s t o f L a n d O ’ L a k e s o n C t y. R d . B , L a n d O ’ L a k e s , W i s .

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PRIME CHOICE MEAT MARKET Grandma’s Toy Box home to games, puzzles 715-479-4456 Your Hometown “Old-Fashioned” Butcher Shop

Featuring our own homemade sausage products & smoked specialties, premium quality seafood and USDA “Prime” and “Top Choice” quality steaks cut to order the way you like! Plus, 100% grass-fed beef and “Certified Organic” chickens. Check out our weekly specials all summer long! Every order is a special order! STORE HOURS Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

1144 Hwy. 45 South, Eagle River

www.prime-choicemeats.com

Bucktale Inn “Where Good Friends Meet!”

Open Tues.-Sat. at 4 p.m. Serving 4:30 p.m.

BEST EVER BBQ RIBS OVER 3 TONS SOLD KILL” 5-7 p.m. $11.95 DINNER MENU • NIGHTLY SPECIALS

Saturdays “ROAD

• Sandwiches • Pizza • Seafood • Charbroiled Fish & Steak Nightly

715-479-7182

www.bucktale.com

AUTHENTIC MOUNTS & ANTLERS

9035 Hwy. H

(2 miles on Hwy. 70 west of Eagle River)

HAVE YOU FOUND US YET?

Guided Fishing Trips

DAVE ARMOUR

“It’s the first stop we make when we come to Eagle River,” said one visitor who’s been shopping at Grandma’s Toy Box since it opened four years ago. Why is Grandma’s Toy Box so popular? Owner Kathy Holperin attributes the store’s success to the offering of traditional and hard-to-find items. “I choose games, puzzles, toys and stuffed animals for their educational value and appeal, not only to children but to adults as well,” explained Holperin. “As a result, many say that my products are a big hit with families. And my customers’ suggestions have helped me expand over the past four years.” Outdoor items such as pogo sticks, stilts, riding toys and scooters are popular in summer. Water toys featured are the ball that bounces on water, the flying disc that sails across the beach and water shooters that boaters can use to ambush other boaters. For rainy days and evenings with family and friends, the store’s game department can please visitors and year-round residents alike. “Some of our new offerings this year include Telestrations, Stratego, Quelf, Electronic Catch Phrase and Beat the Parents,” said Holperin, “These

New this season to Grandma’s Toy Box in Eagle River are Sesame Street puppets and

and other new games are added when customers request them. We also specialize in games which are great for rides to and from the North Woods.” Many games and novelty toys are available for customers to try out, a reason why a visit to Grandma’s Toy Box can be an enjoyable and memorable experience in itself. Customers remember trying out the Jack-in-the-

715-479-8960

Eagle River - Phelps area

BRIAN BLETTNER

715-891-3260

Eagle River - Conover area

MATT EBERT

Box, pulling the mice out of the stretchy cheese, balancing the eagle on their finger, and trying to solve the giant Rush Hour game challenges. One of the most interesting sections at Grandma’s Toy Box is the rock department. Rock hounds of all ages are delighted to find rough and polished amethyst, petrified wood, agates and geodes which they can crack themselves to find amazing crystals. The true geologist is thrilled to find rare datolite, peridot, Michigan copper, rough Montana agate and much more. Puppets are a wonderful way to encourage children to share their feelings. The selection of puppets found at Grandma’s Toy Box is

considerable. Visitors may find adorable North Woods animal puppets such as baby bears, a wolf in sheep’s clothing, frogs, raccoons, skunks and rabbits. New this season are Sesame Street puppets and dolls. Children can share stories with Snuffleupagus, Abby Cadabby and, of course, Grover, Bert and Ernie. Open seven days a week, Grandma’s Toy Box is located across from the Vilas Cinema 5. Visitors will be suprised to see such variety in a specialty store. And a toy or game from Grandma’s Toy Box can make one the hit of any party! Call (715) 477-2227 for more information. Customers can also visit Grandma’s Toy Box online at eaglerivertoys.com.

715-891-3927

Phelps - Land O’ Lakes area

TYLER MANEY

dolls. Owner Kathy Holperin displays two puppets, Abby Cadabby (left) and Grover.

715-891-0359

Three Lakes area

FUN IS OUR GAME

MUSKIE, NORTHERN, WALLEYE, BASS, TROUT & PANFISH *Family-friendly guides Ask about group rates & family specials.

CALL NOW TO BOOK YOUR TRIP. Most major credit cards accepted.

4090 HWY. 70, EAGLE RIVER Across from Hockey Arena

Lunch & Dinner Daily 11 A.M. TO 11 P.M.

Carryouts Available! Huge game room, largest selection of TVs in the Northwoods. Can accommodate large parties. Appetizers • Salads • Sandwiches Wraps • Pizzas • Kids’ Menu Friday Fish Fry

715-479-4100

John and Katie Hayes & Family

Visit us downtown Eagle River for all of your souvenir needs. WE HAVE A VERY LARGE SELECTION OF: • Moccasins & Sandals • Indian, Pirate, Daniel Boone? • Old Friends Slippers We can outfit you. • Peace Moccasins • NEW - Eagle River’s Exclusive • T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Shorts, Authorized Dealer of Old World Scarves, Purses Christmas • Large selection of Toy Guns Ornaments We hope you enjoy your stay in the Beautiful Northwoods 201 E. Wall St. Downtown Eagle River 715-479-4903 Visit us online at www.arrowgiftshop.com


Wed., June 20, 2012

VACATION WEEK

Shady Gardens

GEORGE YOUNG

Visit & enjoy the garden walk Hours: Wed.-Sat. 9-4; Sun. Noon-4

Recreational

AREA ORIENTATION MAP Located off Co. 424 to Young’s Lane on beautiful Chicagon Lake

P.O. Box 457 Iron River, MI 49935 906-265-3401

Distinctive Gifts Plus a large selection of sweatshirts & T-shirts

10-Year Anniversary

• Wind Chimes • Framed Artwork • Decorative Flags • Candles • Teapots • Tervis Tumblers • Caps • Note Cards • Kitchen Towels • Children’s Toys, Puzzles, Books • 1/2 Price Items • “GelGems”® Window Clings • Fairies

shadygardenswi@gmail.com

Golf Season: 7 days a week, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. (7 a.m. weekends & holidays)

Get Out of Town

Also enjoy swimming and lounging in our beautiful clubhouse along with your favorite beverage.

Fountain Blu

3627 Deerskin Rd. Eagle River (715) 479-9300

10% OFF Old Prices Every Day ~ All Year

Complex

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STOP IN — BROWSE — ENJOY! 113 E. Wall St., Eagle River

715-479-6312

Woods & Water Available 24/7 BOOK YOUR TEE TIMES ONLINE om

Grandma’s Toy Box

18-Hole Championship Golf Course Rated by Golf Digest ★★★★ Stars

w.georgeyoung.c

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“A gem off the beaten path”

Golf

Serving Fri., Sat. & Sun. only

SOFT SPIKES REQUIRED

Enjoy golfing on one of the longest courses in Michigan, approximately 7,100 yards. Tee times are required until 4 p.m. Open 8 a.m. weekdays and 7 a.m. on weekends & holidays. Daily fee $49* for all day. DRIVING RANGE AVAILABLE

PEAK GREEN FEES ALL DAY

49

$

*

*Additional fee per 18 holes.

✴ Wolf Track Nature Trail Free Interpretive Walk with Nature

✴ Indoor Pool, Sauna & Hot Tub

Lunches from 11:30 a.m. Dinners from 5 p.m. • FULL MENU PLUS SPECIALS include: salad bar (except Fridays) Children’s menu available. Bar Open Mon.-Thurs. at 4 p.m. Serving Homemade Pizza at the Bar or To Go • CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA Outstanding Fish & Animal Mounts DAILY SPECIALS Fri. - FISH & CHICKEN, all-you-can-eat Includes soup, coleslaw & potato

ATV RENTALS

POOR MAN’S LOBSTER Sat. - PRIME RIB, generous thick cut Sun. - CHICKEN, all-you-can-eat Includes soup, salad bar & potato East of Hwy. 45 off County E 2474 S. Shore Rd., Phelps, Wis. 715-547-3646

RIDE THE BEAUTIFUL UPPER PENINSULA TRAILS

SALES, EXPERT SERVICE, PARTS, CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR PRIORITY

#1

906-358-8888 • Fax 906-358-8889 N4705 Hwy. 45, located on the LL trail P.O. Box 668, Watersmeet, MI www.headwaterspolaris.com

Toys! Toys! Toys! Downtown Eagle River 715-477-2227 www.eaglerivertoys.com

FAMILY FUN FOR RENT VX 110 Deluxe 4-Stroke - 3 Seater PARTY PONTOONS Delivery Available

Paul’s Rent-All RENTAL, LLC 186 Hwy. 70, St. Germain, Wis. e-mail: paulsrentall@frontier.com OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 715-479-5841

CLIP & SAVE

with a trip to Wisconsin’s beautiful North Woods!

Pine Point Riding Stables LLC OPEN 9-5 DAILY 41/2 miles north of Eagle River on Hwy. 45 WATCH FOR SIGNS

2

BRING AD IN FOR

$

00 OFF

FOR EACH MEMBER IN YOUR GROUP Improved longer trail

(715) 479-4394


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You’ll find it all at Nelson’s

WHEN YOU NEED QUALITY PRODUCTS AND FRIENDLY, PROFESSIONAL SERVICE, NELSON’S IS THE PLACE.

Tools

Propane cylinders filled while you wait. ALL SIZES

• HALLMARK CARDS • UNIQUE GIFTWARE • RED WING SHOES • CLEANING SUPPLIES • WEBER GRILLS • LAWN & GARDEN SUPPLIES • PAINTS & STAINS • HAND & POWER TOOLS • PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES & FIXTURES • AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES • KEYS DUPLICATED • STIHL POWER EQUIPMENT MASTERCARD, VISA AND DISCOVER WELCOMED AT PARTICIPATING ACE STORES

Make your next stop at

Nelson’s 606 E. Wall St., Eagle River

• Easy to Find • Professional Service • Free Parking

715-479-4496

“Your Northwoods Corner Drugstores” LOCALLY OWNED AND MANAGED

OUR SUMMER STORE HOURS Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Specialists In All Your Health-Care Needs • State-of-the-Art Technology • Fast, Personal Service • Most Insurance Accepted • Cards • Gifts • Health & Beauty Aids 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

Ride the 1916 Lumberjack Steam Train

ST. GERMAIN HEALTH CARE PHARMACY

WALL STREET HEALTH CARE PHARMACY

LAND O’ LAKES HEALTH CARE PHARMACY

715-479-7608 252 Hwy. 70, St. Germain

715-479-4282 123 E. Wall St., Eagle River

715-547-3788 4348 Hwy. B, Land O’ Lakes

622 E. Wall St. Now Eagle River, Wis. carrying Right next to Nelson’s Ace Hardware standup paddleboards

2012 Season June 21 to Aug. 25 TRAIN: 11 a.m., noon, 1 & 2 p.m. Closed Sundays

Special Events COWBOY RE-ENACTMENT – July 14, Oct. 6 TIMBERWORKS LUMBERJACK SHOW – July 28 FALL FESTIVAL – Sept. 22 & 29 & Oct. 6

Logging Museum, Country Store, Forest Tours, Farm Corral… OPEN RAIN OR SHINE Listed in the National Register of Historic Places

5068 Hwy. 8 & 32, Laona, Wis.

(715) 674-3414 www.lumberjacksteamtrain.com

FEATURING APPAREL & SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN • Royal Robbins • Vera Bradley • Keen • Patagonia • Brighton • Hobo • Life Is Good • Lole • Pendleton • Trollbeads FEATURING CANOES & KAYAKS, CAMPING & OUTDOOR GEAR • Souris River • Seal Line • Eddline • Mad River • Wilderness Systems • Therm-A-Rest • MSR • Yakima

Open Mon.-Sat. 9-6; Sun. 9-5

715-479-6631


June 20, 2012