Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 30, 1998 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, June 30, 1998
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THE DAILY GLOBE, tronwood, Ml — Tuesday. June 30,1998 Page 6 N. Wisconsin a Boulder Junction fun ahead golfing haven Northern Wisconsin ' residenta, and guest* take to the golf course for fun and recreation. Each course has different challenges. Call fi>r toe times or additional information. Key courses in the 1 region, in- clu<lini;.ru-arl>y Michigan layouts, include: Eagle Bluff The Eagle Bluff Golf Club in Hurley measures 5,872 yards for rncn and 5,365 yards for women. Par is 70. Green foes for nine and 18 holes are offered. Cart and club rentals aro also available. The club also offern a recently remodeled dining room and bar. The course is open from 7 a.m. until dark, seven days a week. Call (715) 561-3552. TahoeLynx The Tahoe Lynx Golf Course offer* nine holes of golf just north of Mercer, Win., off U.S. 51, The par 35 course plays 2,606 yards from the long tecs. The par five No. 5 hole haa been dubbed the "Hole from Hell" because of ita 'many problemi — uwarnps, knolls, trees and other natural hazards. The course is. open from daylight unti! dark. Club and cart rentals are available. Light eata are served in the clubhouse. Call (715) 476-0050 Mellon The Mullen, Wis., Golf Club has always been known for it« beautiful fairways! They havi; various cuts to challenge (rollers to keep their drives true. The par .'M, nine-hole courAe measures 3,076 yards for men and 2.722 yards for women The longest hole is the 579- yard, par.five No. 3, which in bordered on the right hy a large pond. The course is open from 7 a.m.- until dark. Carts and clubs are available for rent. Call (715) 274-7311. Gateway The Gateway Golf Course in a bi-ntate affair, with four hole* in Michigan and five holes in Wisconsin, The clubhouse is located in Land O'Lake*, Win. The par 36 cours« has »e«n •ome tees modified this year. It meaures 3,178 yards and ti opwn from 6:30 a.m. to dark. Pizza and sandwiches are nerved in theclubhou**. Call (715) 547-3929. Gotfrblc The Gogebic Country Club, Ironwood, continues to mature a* an 18-hole golf rourse. The counw* 5,600 yards for men, BOULDER JUNCTION, Wis. —•.The following is a calendar of events for Boulder Junction through July: July July 3 & 4 — Snowmobile Club Rummage Sale and Cookoul — Rummage sale and brat & burner cookout at the Groomer Shed on Hwy M. Contact 385-2369. .July 4 •— 8tli Annual'Volunteer Fire Department giant, chicken barbecue — Full bullet chicken dinner open to the public, ut the fire station on Hwy. M. from noon to 6 p.m. Contart 3B5-2375. July 5 — IncleiH'iKienoe Day with par at 71, and 5,150 yards for women, with a par of 72. The course is open daily from 7 a.m. until dark. The Elk and Hound restaurant and bar is open daily. Green fees for nine and IS holes are available, as are cart and club rental*. Call (906) 932-2515. Ontonagon The signature hole at the Ontonagon Golf Club is the 159- yard par three. Golfers tee off from the top of one hill to the green on the top of another, over a winding Paddy's Creek. The nine-hole par 35 .course measures 2,955 yards. Green fees for the nine holes, plus cart and club rentals, are available. The bar in open daily nnd the restaurant nerves TiKh fries on Fridays. CalHMfi) 884-4130. Big Spruce The 2,681-yard Big Spruce Golf Course in Bruce Crossing offers nine holes of fine golfing. Par is 35 for men and 37 for women. Holes No. 6 (par 4) and No. H (par 5.1 have been recently lengthened. The course is open daily from 7 a.m. until dark. Cart and club rentals are available. Call (906) 827-9201. Lac Vieux Deaert Located adjacent to the I^-ic Vieux Desert Casino in Watersmeet on U.S. 45, this golf course opened in 1998 nnd offers nine holes measuring a par 36 3,158 yard*. The course was constructed under USGA sp«<:ifications with Pennlink* bentgraim greens nnd irrigation throughout all grnsay areas. League* are being formed and official* hope to a^t up tournament* and moonlight golfing event*. •Call (906)358-0303. Fireworks; Star Spangled Jubilee — Apple pie baking contest, pa: rade,'watermelon eating contest, ltig-o-'wiir, kid'* carnival grimes. July 21 — Goodwill 'Society .Strawberry Social. .--• The Community Church Goodwill Society limits an old fashioned strawberry KiM'ial to the Community Centi'!-. From 11 a in to 2 p.m.' Contact ;iH:"j-2M(i.. July 21 — Annual Sidewalk Sales Day — One day bargain extravaganza at ail area shops. July 24 & 25 — Friends of the Library Antique Show — Browse among the antique booths for treasures of tho past. Take horns some homemade baked cixxl*. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Community Center. Contact 385-2050. July 28 — Trinity '-'Lutheran' Salad & Pie Luncheon — Fratur 1 ing delicious salads & pies, ira!\s' and hake sale. From 10:30 a.111. to 1 p.m. at the Community i'en- ter. Contact M85-9236. Bayfield sails into summer BAYFIELD, Wis..— The remaining 1998 calendar of events at Bayfield includes June 29-July 4 — Sailboat Race Week. Late June-July — Strawberries ripe. July 3-5 —Red Cliff Pow-Wow. . July 3-Aug. 13 — Chamber Music Concert* every Thursday evening at Christ Episcopal Church. July 4 — Independence Day Parade on Madeline Island; Fireworks at Bayfield Harbor and on Madeline Island; Bayfield Community Ambulance Pig Roast. July 5 —Snilfest. July 11-12 — Blues Fest in Rod Cliff. Mid July — Raspberries ripen July 24-26 — Historic Brown- atone Days in Washburn. July 25-26 — Bayfield Festival of Arts in waterfront park. Last week in July — Cherry picking season. l-ate July-August — Blueberry and blackberry picking season, •July 31-Aug. 2 — Red Cliff ('nl- tural Daya. Aug. 8-0 — Polka 'Weekend in Red Cliff Aug. 15 — Bayfield Wooden Boat Rendezvous. I-ite Avigust-early September — Wild rice harvest. Sept. 4-6 — Mu«ic Fest featuring Old Time Country In Red Cliff. Sept. 6 — Old Last Night, Big Top Chautauqun's Season Finale. Sept. 9-16 — Apostle Islands Lighthouse Celebration. Sept. 12 — Lake Superior Paw» for Love Pet Expo. Sept.-Oct. -- Full colors and apple harvest. Sept. 26 — Great Schooner Race & Walking of the Plank. Sept. 27 '— Full Color Car Show. Oct. 1-4 — 37th Annual Bayfield Apple Festival. Oct. 3 — Chamber Music Concert at Christ Episcopal Church. Nov. 28 — Christmas weekends in Bayfield begin with lighting ceremonies nnd caroling, Her:. 1 — Snowmobile Trails Open. Dec. •">-() — Washtmrn's Merry Ol'Christmas, lighting of lights, visit IVrun Santa and Mrs. Cluus, sleigh rides, music, lighting con- test, lutefisk dinner. Dec. 5-13 — 23rd Annual Ml. Aahwabay Ski Swao. Dec. 12-13 — Boutiques, Santa Arrives, Children's Christmas Parade, Snowflake Festival, Wassail Dinner*. Dec. 19-20 — Boutiques, community Christmaa Dinner and Play, Wassail Dinner*. Golf tourney slated July 16 MERCER. Wia. — The Mercer Hi»torical Society will hold its Historical Society Golf Tournament on Thursday; July 16, at the Tahoe Lynx Golf Course in Mercer. Everyone is welcome to participate in the four-person scramble at a cost of $20 person, $80 p<-'r team. The tournament will get under way at 3 p.m., with supper to lol low. 643 W. U.S. 2 Ironwood, Ml NORTHST AUDIO TOCO OUUU« DS1 • No Roaming Fees* • Home Rates for Wis. & Mich.* • Free Nights and Weekends for 3 Months* *See Store For Details HOURS: Mond.y-Friday 8 «.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Btst Cellular Coverage in the < 'Norwoods" V. Activation Fe

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