Please volunteer your time and smiles!

Greetings Everyone!
It is that time of year again, time to volunteer your time and smiles to Grandpa’s Barn Boutique! Your willingness to volunteer for the Wabasha-Kellogg Area Chamber of Commerce & CVB makes everything we do possible! The money we make through Grandpa’s Barn goes right back into the planning and management of all our extraordinary events and festivals!

So please sign up today, the link below takes you to Signup Genius where you will find all the available dates and times we need for Grandpa’s Barn. Once you are on the site, just click on the volunteer duty you prefer and click submit. You will then be prompted for your information so that we can notify you when your volunteer dates are about to arrive and then just click sign up now! If you need any assistance just give us a call or stop by the office and we will either help you get signed up or do it for you.

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Thank you!

Best,
Ed McBride
Executive Director
Wabasha-Kellogg Area Chamber of Commerce &
Convention Visitors Bureau
Office: 651-565-4158
Toll Free: 800-565-4158
Fax: 651-565-2808
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Sherwin & Pam Linton & The Cotton Kings this Friday Under the Bridge at 7pm!

An Entertainer’s Entertainer, Mr. Versatility, Mid America’s Number One Entertainer, A Nationally Unknown Superstar, Mid-America’s Country Music Legend, The Greatest Show On Earth. These are a few of the clichés and phrases that have been used to attempt to describe what the name Sherwin Linton has meant to his fans, his friends, and his peers. Sherwin learned to accompany his singing while chording on the piano and guitar as a child, and at sixteen he had his own radio show on KWAT Radio in Watertown, South Dakota. Sherwin and his band “The Rocketeers” were soon in demand all over eastern South Dakota. Moving to Minneapolis in 1957, he soon formed “The Fender Benders” which became a very popular ballroom and nightclub act that rocked and rolled great audiences from Minnesota to the west coast in the early to mid-sixties. Having had several Rock-A-Billy records successfully released in the mid-west, Sherwin journeyed to Nashville in 1966 where he cut “Cotton King”, a song that catapulted him to the top of the Country music charts!

Sponsored by RJAC!

SeptOberfest: September 11th thru October 25th!

Join us for the exciting annual SeptOberfest celebration!

Wabasha-Kellogg’s SeptOberfest Celebration has so many things going on, it literally takes weeks to get them all in! This year’s festival runs from September 11 to October 25, 2015. Join us for our Annual SeptOberfest Celebration. Relax and meander through our small midwestern rivertown that showcases the season of fall like no other. Imagine artistic displays of thousands of pumpkins, cornstalks, flowers, bales, and gourds among the natural beauty of the Winding River, Vibrant Trees and Majestic Bluffs. An explosion of color that you will remember for a lifetime. Join in with pumpkin races, scarecrow contests, entertainment, glorious food, pumpkin topiaries, largest pumpkins, free concerts, carriage rides and much more!

Steve and Stacie Jane: this Friday night @ 7pm under the bridge!

Entertaining crowds up and down the Mississippi River Valley, Steve and Stacie Jane have created quite the buzz over the past years with their soulful adaptations of modern hits to their classic takes on all your favorites. This husband and wife acoustic duo embraces the emotions and colors of every song. With tunes by James Taylor and Cat Stevens to Miranda Lambert and Patsy Cline, they are sure to make you take notice.
Get your lawn chair and come out Saturday afternoon for music under the interstate bridge in downtown Wabasha, MN.

Sponsored by RJAC!

The Roe Family Singers, Friday @ 7pm Under the Bridge!!!

The Roe Family Singers are a Good-Time, Old-Time Hillbilly band from the Mississippi-headwaters community of Kirkwood Hollow, MN. Led by wife & husband Kim Roe (Best Female Vocalist, City Pages/Village Voice) and Quillan Roe (Accident Clearinghouse), the band blends characteristic old-time sound with rock & roll urgency and influence. Joined by as many as seven musicians, and featuring banjo, autoharp, guitar, and washboard, the band and family of fans have been regularly filling Minneapolis’ 331 Club every Monday night since 2005.
Sponsored by RJAC!

The Hot Flashes Performing Friday @ 7pm Under the Bridge!

The Hot Flashes number around 18-20 members who bring various levels of musical experience to the mix, from singing in the shower to singing in church. High school band instruments have found their way out of attics and closets and are now back in service when this group performs. The singers have now expanded their song list to include tunes from the early ‘30’s and into the 21st Century. With the instrumental accompaniment and enthusiasm of musical director Dave Zahn, the “Hot Flashes” share their joy of making music with one another and with their audiences.

Brought to you by RJAC!

After Dark Barbershop Quartet this Friday @ 7pm.

Performing under the bridge this Friday, After Dark Barbershop Quartet!
After Dark barbershop quartet has been performing unaccompanied vocal music in barbershop style in the Eau Claire area since 2001. They are members of the Barbershop Harmony Society (SPEBSQSA), the largest male singing organization in the world. Their repertoire of songs includes traditional barbershop standards, songs of the forties, Fifties, sixties and seventies, gospel, and patriotic songs. Their selections are familiar to many in our audiences, who will find themselves singing along with familiar words and melodies.
Brought to you by RJAC.

Mark Miller Band this Friday at 7pm!!!

The Mark Miller Band will be under the bridge this Friday at 7pm playing mostly hits from the 70s and 80s, with a few surprises here and there. Mark Miller, Steve Stromberg, Todd Stabno, John Pottebaum, Curtis Dobler, Beth Hansen, Pat Buse, and Susan Geitzenauer will be covering the Eagles, America, Frampton, Queen, Doobies, Heart, Beatles, Poison, Benatar, Springfield, B-52s, Mellencamp, BTO, and many, many more!

Lost Highway Is Coming To Riverboat Days This Saturday!!!

Since their inception in 2009, Lost Highway has proven themselves to be one of the Upper Midwest region’s top country bands. From opening shows for national acts such as Hank Williams Jr., Clay Walker, and Josh Thompson, to playing outdoor festivals, or playing to capacity crowds in the hottest venues in the area, Lost Highway’s commitment to Country Music and electrifying crowds is evident every time they hit the stage.

Jesse Steberg – Lead Vocals
Matthew Schwake – Rhythm Guitar & Vocals
Nick Champeau – Lead Guitar and Vocals
Trent Baarspul- Keys, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin,Fiddle and Vocals
Tim Paulson – Bass and Vocals
Aaron Seevers – Drums

Stop by the W-K Chamber for your tickets or call today at 651-565-4158

Sawtooth Brothers this Friday @ 7pm!

Sawtooth Brothers this Friday under the bridge at 7pm!

Dazzling audiences with precision picking and sharp harmonies developed over 8 years of playing, performing, and growing up together, the Sawtooth Brothers have created a strong musical rapport with one another, which is channeled through their infectious original material.

The sound of the Sawtooth Brothers is rooted in traditional bluegrass instrumental and harmony work and is influenced by modern acoustic sounds, blending pop and indie rock sensibilities with heartfelt americana.

During a live performance by the Sawtooth Brothers, audiences can expect creative original songs, hard driving bluegrass, classic country, gospel, and classic rock. Tying it all together is the band’s ability to put on a good show. Each band member’s strong passion for performing music is communicated through their entertaining and endearing stage show.

Sponsored by The River Junctions Arts Council