Pine Mountain Resort, N3736 Pine Mountain Road, Iron Mountain, MI, United States
Friday (official training)
Saturday & Sunday: Jumping
For more information: KiwanisSkiClub.com
See Top International Ski Jumpers in Action! Elite jumpers from more than a dozen nations, including USA On Feb 25-26, 2017, the Kiwanis Ski Club will host two days of FIS Continental Cup ski jumping competition. This weekend will be the 27th and 28th events of 34 that make up the season. Its the ONLY North American event in this series.
WHERE: The ALANO Club of Iron Mountain
105 W. Fleshiem
WHEN: Feb. 24th from Noon-5PM & 7PM-10PM
Feb. 25th from Noon-5PM & 7:30PM-10PM
Come have a cup of coffee. There will be fun, games & fellowship.
Please bring a dish to pass.
The Caspian Gaastra Fire Department will be hosting a Texas Hold’EM Tournament Saturday Febuary 25th at 6pm (Registration 5pm) at the Fire Hall in Caspian. There will be a 20$ entry fee, and chip bonus for early sign up (Prize money based on entry).
To sign up contact Matt 906-284-0036
or email CGFD at firstname.lastname@example.org
$6 for Adults
$3 for Children
Scrambled Eggs, French Toast, Pancakes, Toast, Coffee, Orange Juice, Apple Sauce and Sausage.
Proceeds go towards Community, Veterans and Legion Activities.
The public is invited.
Caring for Someone with Memory Loss?
Creating Confident Caregivers
Creating Confident Caregivers is an exciting program in select regions
of Michigan, for family caregivers of persons with dementia and/or
memory loss. Creating Confident Caregivers is a six-session workshop
led by trained dementia care specialists. This university tested
program provides participants with information, skills and attitudes
to manage stress and increase their effectiveness as a Caregiver.
Creating Confident Caregivers is once again available in the Escanaba
area, brought to you in part by the U.P. Area Agency on Aging/UPCAP.
There is no charge to participants for the weekly sessions or
materials and care for your person with dementia may be available
through participating area agencies while caregivers attend the
The next “Creating Confident Caregivers” workshop starts March 2, 2017
in Escanaba. This is a six week workshop which meets once each week
on Thursday’s from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. If you are interested in
participating in this workshop contact UPCAP at 1-800-305-8137, dial
2-1-1 or visit us on the web at www.upcap.org .
Keyes Peak Ski Hill, Wisconsin 101, Florence, WI, United States
The Annual Keyes Peak Winterfest event is on Saturday, March 4th at Keyes Peak Ski Hill 4 miles south of Florence on Hwy 101.
Location: Keyes Peak Ski Hill, Hwy 101 4 miles south of Florence, Florence, WI, 54121
It only costs $15/person for a whole day of skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoeing and games ($5 for season pass holders).
This price includes your lift ticket, rental equipment and the chance to take part in other fun activities.
The event starts at 11:00 am and the lift ticket is good until hill closing at 9:00 pm.
Events run from 11am-4pm
Snowshoe Potato Race (12-2pm)
Snowshoe Hike on the Chickadee Trail (all day)
Human Bowling (12-3pm)
Snow Sculpting (12-4pm)
The Keyes Peak Ski Hill kitchen offers a variety of food and beverages all day to fuel you up for another trip down the hill.
This event is sponsored by the Florence County Chamber of Commerce, Forestry & Parks, and the Keyes Peak Ski Hill Committee.
Fore more info call the Visitor Center 715-528-5377 or visit
Bob's Country Bar, County Road O, Niagara, WI, United States
The Niagara Lions Club will sponsor its annual winter meat and rifle raffle at Bob’s Country Bar on Saturday, March 4, beginning at 11:00am and running until 6:00pm. The fun will continue into the evening with musical entertainment being performed. There is no cover charge and it promises to be a very fun and entertaining full day of activities with great meat, great rifle prizes, and great music and a great way to battle the wintertime blues.
The fund raiser will get underway at 11:00am with the first drawing meat raffle drawing being shortly after. A large selection of meat delicacies will be again be supplied by Marcouiller’s Foods and Kooch’s Meats. Meat raffle winners will choose from among a great assortment that will include various steaks, including rib eyes, tenderloins, New York Strips, and T-Bones, as well as pork chops, pork steak, pork loins, ham, and bacon. There will be no cover charge and 50-50 drawings will be held. In addition, food and refreshments will be available throughout the afternoon and evening and will feature pizza and the full Country Bar sandwich menu.
Drawings for the firearms will get underway at 4:30pm with Lion Joey Johnston again serving as chairman of the event. Tickets will be available at the event and are also currently on sale at Best Buy Liquor, Big 10 Sports Bar, Bob’s Country Bar, Marcouiller Foods, North Star Bar, Pat’s On Main Barber Shop, Pit Stop Bar, Steeno’s Bar, The Bunker, Uptown Lanes & Lounge, and Forward Financial Credit Union. Cost is $10.00 per ticket or three for $20.00. Seven guns and other prizes to be drawn for include the First place prize of a Browning X-Bolt 7mm Mag; 2nd prize is a Winchester XPR 30-06; 3rd is a Savage Axis XPII .270 with 3-9x40 Scope; 4th prize is a Ruger American .308; 5th is a Remington 870 Express 12 gauge Hardwood; 6th is a Barnett Jackal Crossbow Package, and 7th is a CVA Wolf Muzzleloader Blued. The meat raffle will begin at 11:00am with drawings for the firearms taking place at 4:30pm. In addition to these prizes, games will be available with the following prizes to be awarded- a Savage Axis .308, a Ruger 10-22 Hardwood, a CVA Wolf Muzzleloader SS, and a Barnett Jackal Crossbow Package. After the gun raffle and games, in the evening there will be live music. All proceeds will go to support Lions Club activities in the community. The guns are currently on display at the various local taverns where tickets are being sold.
After the last of the rifle raffle prizes have been awarded, the evening entertainment will get underway with popular local Country Western musician Dan Morin & Friends will perform for the delight of the crowd from 6:00-10pm. The “Friends” this year are particularly impressive with Adam and Aaron Mullins, Wyatt Aderman and Menominee county singing phenom Brian Shepeck. There will also be special guest appearances by Doug Morin and daughter Ashley Morin.
Proceeds from the day’s raffles will go to support Niagara Lions Club projects. This past year the club donated nearly $50,000 with the vast majority of those funds being used to support Niagara community needs.
Bob’s Country Bar is located just west of Niagara on County O in the Town of Niagara. For more information, contact Kerry Grippen (906-282-8471) or by email at email@example.com
Knights of Columbus Council #1585, West Breitung Avenue, Kingsford, MI, United States
10th Annual Texas Hold em` Tournament hosted by the Aurora Volunteer Fire Department will be
held on Saturday, March 4th at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Kingsford. Doors open at 5:30.
Limited to 207 people.
Tournament pre-buy tickets available at:
Tom & Joe's, Bob's Midland, Aurora Liquors and mBank all in Aurora.
Pat's on Mane in Niagara.
Frog Country Radio and Cloots & Swanson in Iron Mountain.
For more information: 282-1897
No calls after 8PM, thank you.
The Parkinson Society of Dickinson County Area, a support group for
Parkinson’s Disease patients, caregivers, family and friends, will meet on
Thursday, March 9, 2017 at the First Presbyterian Church on Hamilton Ave.
In Kingsford. The social time and gathering will begin at 10:00. This is the
time to sign-in, get a name tag, have some coffee, and meet and greet
each other. The meeting will begin with exercises and agenda items. On
the agenda are Parkinson Alliance Survey discussion, the symposium to be
held on September 22, 2017, and any other items of interest to the group.
The meeting this month will be chaired by Koni Lindholm, Claire Kennedy and Nancy Lakari.
Following the meeting, the program will be presented by Dr. Alexis Whaley,
speaking on the topic of Sleep Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease.
Dr. Whaley is board certified in sleep disorders and is employed at DCHS
and U.P. Sleep Disorder Center.
A light lunch will be available after the program, compliments of Dr. Whaley.
For further information contact Nancy Lakari , 774-2821,
or Koni Lindholm, 779-9918