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Notes for the week - March 9

You can watch Michael Perry: On the Road here. Much of it was filmed at the Mabel Tainter.


The 2023 Let's Paint the Town Event is looking for vendors. Anyone interested in having a booth can fill out this form.


UW Stout women's basketball head coach Hannah Iverson was named WIAC coach of the year. In her fifth season as head coach, she guided the Blue Devils to their first WIAC regular season championship since 2007. This season the Blue Devils won the most games in a season since 2006-07 and most conference game since 2015-16.


Take a look at the Menomonie Theater Guilds latest newsletter.


Before you can vote in the Spring Election on April 4, you must be registered to vote. Do it online at by March 15.


ADRC of Dunn County shared an online resource for finding assisted living, nursing home and memory care facilities -


Check out the Menomonie Public Library's newsletter. They have a couple of things on their wish list - they are looking for someone to periodically take pictures for them and for individuals or businesses to donate to the summer reading programs. Contact the library if you can help out.


The Friends of the Menomonie Public Library spring book sale is coming up (read more here). Funds raised help them support programs at the library such as Music Over Menomin. They recently gifted the library $5,000 to sponsor this event in 2023!


Another newsletter - here is the Community Foundation of Dunn County's.


Posted by the Red Cedar Speedway: Are you looking for a new and exciting way to promote your business to a great crowd of people from many different areas? We have many great opportunities available yet for our 2023 / 50th Anniversary season.

From race night sponsors, to billboards, to banners, to kid's club supporters or maybe there’s something else you have in mind! We would love to talk with you about it all!

If you’re interested Reach out to our Marketing Director Brent Creaser today……..

715 - Three zero eight - 3430 OR redcedarspeedway73@gmail.Com


The Dunn County Historical Society shared this old advertisement.

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