Join the Forest County 4-H and the Crandon Public Library on Monday, August 6th at 6:00 p.m. for a Pet Show. 4-H Spin Club members have been working hard all summer to put together a Pet Show for youth in our community. They hope to raise funds at the Pet Show for both the Forest County Animal Shelter and the Crandon Police Department K-9 fund.
Youth and families are encouraged to bring their pet to the Pet Show. There is a $5.00 per pet admission fee, with all proceeds being donated to either the Animal Shelter of the K-9 fund.
To participate, all animals must be registered with proof of current vaccination. All Wisconsin Animal Health Regulations will be enforced. For detailed information on these regulations, please visit https://datcp.wi.gov/Documents/FairRulesAnimals2018.pdf
Registration will begin at 5:15 p.m. in the parking lot of the Crandon Public Library. Registration forms are available at the library’s website at www.crandonpl.org or the UW-Extension website at www.forest.uwex.edu for those wishing to complete their forms ahead of time.
All types of animals are eligible to enter but all must be leashed or caged during the program. An adult must accompany entrants under 14 years of age. Any questions, please feel free to call Michelle at 715-478-7797 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Come down to the Next Chapter Book Shop, located in the lower level of the Crandon Public Library this Friday and Saturday 9:00a.m to 3:00p.m for the Friends of the Crandon Public Library Book Sale. The sale includes books by your favorite authors like Danielle Steel, Clive Cussler, Janet Dailey, Debbie Macomber and many others! We also have a vast selection of new books, gently used books, children’s books, puzzles, DVDs and more!
The week-long day camp will offer hands-on opportunities for youth to learn about the unique history of the Kentucky migration to Forest County that occurred during the early part of the 1900’s. Youth will have the opportunity to study about Crandon’s Kentuck families, what brought them to Forest County, how their hard work went into building our county’s lumber towns and what type of activities kept youth entertained and busy that didn’t involve electronics. Campers will also participate in field trips to both the Camp 5 Museum in Laona and the Wabeno Logging Museum. The last day of camp will feature our own mini Kentuck Day festival with campers learning to make bean soup and corn bread, and learning the art of needlework, wood carving and how to make their own bamboo fishing pole.
Kentuck Heritage Day camp will be held on the grounds of the Crandon Aream Museum and at the Crandon Public Library daily from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday, July 23rd – Friday, July 27th. The camp will be run by Michelle Gobert, UW-Extension and volunteer members of the historical Society.