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    Upcoming Events

    Sep
    19
    Fri
    5:45 pm W- K Booster Club Tailgate & Mem... @ W-K High School Football Field (behind W-K Public School)
    W- K Booster Club Tailgate & Mem... @ W-K High School Football Field (behind W-K Public School)
    Sep 19 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm
      Its Homecoming! The Booster Club extends an invitation to community members to join the W-K Booster Club for the 2014-2015 school year (Membership levels start at $25) and enjoy a FREE Brat or Hot[...]
    Sep
    28
    Sun
    2:00 pm Forest to Furniture @ Castlerock Museum
    Forest to Furniture @ Castlerock Museum
    Sep 28 @ 2:00 pm
    Forest to Furniture  @ Castlerock Museum | Alma | Wisconsin | United States
    Thomas Latane, Derek Olson, and Paul Nyborg will demonstrate historic hand-powered construction technology starting with a tree. They will show the process involved in taking a tree, riving and hewing it down to stock, smoothing and joining[...]

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    National Eagle Center in Wabasha

    Welcome to Wabasha, Minnesota

    Considering weekend getaways in Minnesota? Located 70 miles southeast of Minneapolis/St. Paul, our southern Minnesota vacations hotspot is a river town on the Mississippi River rich in history and attractions for guests of all types. While pursuing their Minnesota getaways, visitors enjoy outdoor activities, artistic experiences, unique shopping, fine dining and lodging to fit every taste and budget. Our historic district has more than 50 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn More »