Basics of Tractor Maintenance

Did you just buy a brand new or used tractor?  Are you wondering how to maintain your tractor so you can avoid costly future repairs?  If your tractor doesn’t start do you know where to begin checking for problems?The Basics of Tractor Maintenance consists of two classes:Thursday, August 3rd & Saturday, August 5th~$40 fee. Register by July 28, 2017. Online registration and payment option available.

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Summer 4-H Archery

Certified instructors will teach archery safety and proper shooting technique, as well as, lessons on equipment and maintenance. All equipment is provided, or bring your own. Archery 2 will cover more advanced shooting technique and mental discipline for those who are ready to take their shooting ability to the next level.

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Business On Stage – July 25, 2017

Business on Stage, July 25, 2017, NGLVC – 6 pm – The title of the program is, “It’s All About the Arts Biz” The evening will feature a presentation by three area artist entrepreneurs, who will each describe their experiences developing and growing a successful arts business in the Chequamegon Bay area.

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Caregiver Meet & Greet

Meet and greet. Learn about funding sources. Assistance available to sign up for the Lifespan Respite Registry with Lisa Schneider, Respite Care Association of Wisconsin, for both those who need respite care or other care services, and for those who can provide respite care or other care services

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Meadow Gardens –

There’s a lot of buzz about butterfly and pollinator gardens. “Meadow Gardens” workshop at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, March 9th at 6:30 pm.
FREE and open to the public! Sponsored by the Ashland-Bayfield Master Gardener Association.

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2017 Bayfield Fruit Growers Clinic

The clinic will start on Monday afternoon, March 13 with pruning demonstrations for blueberries and high density apples. In the evening we’ll focus on two invasive insect pests and a suite of canker diseases in blueberries.

On Tuesday, March 14, we focus on apples with talks on thinning, nitrogen and calcium, apple scab, and codling moth. We’ll also learn more about table grapes as a possible option for Bayfield fruit growers. Registration & fee are required.

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