Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Busy Weekend in the Iron Mountain Area

June 26-29 will be a busy weekend in the Iron Mountain area, not only will our "normal" events be happening, but a few extra as well.

The City of Niagara, Wisconsin will be celebrating their Centennial on June 25th thru June 29th 2014. Come join the fun!! Live Headliner Bands, including the Kentucky Headhunters and 38 Special
Local bands, Food vendors, Carnival, Parade and Entertainment for all!!

Art for All, Saturday June 28 at Bay West College. This juried art show attracts people throughout the Upper Peninsula, Wisconsin and the Midwest.  Nearly 60 artists and craftsmen from across the country will exhibit at this juried art show, now in its 46th year. There will be live entertainment all day as well as food and beverage vendors. A hands-on craft area will be available for children and adults. The event, held rain or shine, will offer the chance to win door prizes and it is free to the public.

Northwood Triathlon. The 4th annual Northwoods Triathlon will be held at Lake Antoine Park on Sunday June 29. The Event includes:

Youth Triathlon: Swim 200 Feet, Bike 2 Mi, Run 1/2 Mi
Start Time: 11:30AM CST

Sprint Triathlon: Swim 500 Meters, Bike 17 Mi, Run 5K
Start Time: 8:00AM CST

Olympic Distance Triathlon: Swim 1500 Meters, Bike 40K Mi, Run 10K
Start Time: 7:30AM CST

You can visit us online to view other events going on as well at

Monday, June 2, 2014

Menominee Range Museums Open this week

The Cornish Pumping Engine and Mining Museum, along with the World War II Glider Military Museum, opens on Monday, June 2. Hours of operation for the season are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The Cornish Pump and Glider museum are located at 300 Kent St. in Iron Mountain.
The Menominee Range Historical Foundation Museum, located at 300 East Ludington St. in Iron Mountain, opens its doors for the season on Tuesday, June 3. The museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There are new displays at the glider museum this year. The Piper Cub and Heiserman airplanes were suspended from the ceiling. With space on the floor opening up, a 4 ft. by 10 ft. simulated gas station has filled in the area. It contains a refurbished gas pump, a 1930's Ford Dump truck and a Ford Car.

For more information on the museums you can visit them at