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Worth the Drive: Clintonville

Posted on July 6, 2017 by Dan Meyer


Your Clintonville datebook

Sauerkraut Festival
August 5–6
It’s no surprise that you can find a Sauerkraut Festival in northern Wisconsin. Drive on up for Polka, games, crafts, car shows, and other activities that celebrate the quintessential Wisconsin experience. 8pm–12am, St. Mary’s Church, Bear Creek (Seven Miles South of Clintonville).

077-CLT-Fireman's-FestivalFiremen’s Festival
August 11–12
The Seagram Fire Apparatus plant is just one of many connections between Clintonville and their firefighters, all of which are on display at their annual Firemen’s Festival. The festival kicks off with a parade of local community leaders, bands, and (naturally) the wide array of fire trucks in the town. The rest of the festival features games, music, activities for the kids and the perfect solution to the dog days of summer – water fights. Friday, 5pm–12am and Saturday, 11am–12am, Olen Park.

Fall Frenzy
September 16
Fall Frenzy is one of the best ways to see the community of Clintonville out in full force, with children’s activities, great food, crafting tables, and music performances bringing out visitors of all ages. 10am–3pm, Downtown Clintonville

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4 Responses to Worth the Drive: Clintonville

Pat Dougherty
July 10, 2017 at 8:24 pm

Clintonville has great options. The Bluebird will sometimes offer you a sample of fresh baked cookies. That is a wonderful treat. The Living Room is a great place to meet people for wonderful coffee and lively discussions. Rosie’s is also in the Living Room if you are looking for a special vintage gift. Lots of interesting little stores on Main Street and a Farmers Market on Thursdays from 3 to 7.

Sandy Hager
July 13, 2017 at 4:39 pm

There is an excellent restaurant across the street from The Bluebird, it is called “Who’s On Main?” You won’t be disappointed. Check it out.


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