Antigo Area Weekend Activities|
Santa comes to town on Wednesday, marking the opening of a very busy holiday season in Antigo.
Lured by the smell of chili cooking on the streets, Santa will arrive in the annual nighttime parade, a grand community tradition that will kick off Christmas in Antigo.
A look ahead, taken from the newspapers advertising columns, follows:
CHRISTMAS IN ANTIGO
Antigo will welcome Santa Claus to town with a gala nighttime parade through downtown on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., capping a full day of holiday activities.
The day will open with the 18th annual chili cook-off beginning at 8 a.m. There will be traditional and roughneck divisions, with sampling after 5 p.m.
At 5:45 p.m. the community tree lighting will take place at a new location, Yesterdays Sign Park at Fifth Avenue and Clermont street.
Following the parade, the Antigo High school band will perform at the fire department, with a special appearance by Santa.
Strasser-Roller Funeral Home will hold a holiday service of remembrance on Sunday at 1 p.m. The program is designed as a way for family and friends to come together in memory of a loved one. Refreshments a
Antigo Area Weekend Activities
The holiday season kicks off this weekend with the busiest weekend of the fall.
The opening of the gun deer hunting season will bring hunters into the woods and their widows—or widowers—into the stores for a full weekend of shopping bargains and open houses.
Theres more too, with Thanksgiving just a few days away, restaurants are planning their menus and taking reservations.
A story on the open houses and shopping bargains can be found on todays front page. A look at events, taken from the newspapers advertising columns, follows:
Get the hunting season off to a good start today with free chili from Ricks 45 Roadhouse. It will be served while it lasts.
Antigo Country Store is offering 20 percent off mens and womens hunting boots by Red Wing.
Dont rely on public lands for hunting. Buy your own, and maybe a cabin too from Wolf River Realty.
Stay in touch and stay on budget with prepaid phone calls from Van Ooyens Electric and Electronics.
Quinlans Equipment is offering great financing deals on Mahindra tractors.
Hunters are wanted for so
Antigo Area Weekend Activities
The Christmas season is beginning to heat up across the region.
Ladies Night Out, Calvary’s Christmas bazaar, the concluding weekend for the “White Christmas” musical and plenty of other events dot the calendar for mid-November.
There’s also a new dining and night spot to enjoy with the opening of Timber Haven in Polar.
A look at events, taken from the newspaper’s advertising columns, follows:
Peace Lutheran Ministries, partnering with Thrivent Financial and Volm Companies, will present the Shining the Light of Peace Christmas Gala tonight.
The event will run from 6 to 10 p.m. in the fellowship hall.
The gala will feature beautifully decorated Christmas trees and wreaths, along with holiday cookie and meat auctions. Visitors will also enjoy gourmet hors d’oeuvres and specialty cheeses.
Tickets are $25 per person.
LADIES NIGHT OUT
Pamper yourself with an evening of chocolate, wine tasting, treats, gifts and shopping at Ladies Night Out Saturday, 2 to 6 p.m. at North Star Lanes.
Hosted by Cornerstone Chiropractic and Wellness, the event will include a long list of vendors. There will a
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