City by City: Northeast Minnesota, Stone Lake, Ashland

Published: Nov. 2, 2021 at 6:21 PM CDT
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Northeast MN- The Big Buck Contest is back. Hunters in the United Way of Northeastern Minnesota’s service territory will be able to submit photos of their bucks from Nov. 6-29, as they compete to win a lifetime Minnesota Hunting License. There will be three winners: one adult male contestant, one adult female contestant, and one youth contestant of age 10 or older. The UWNEMN’s service area includes the Iron Range, Koochiching County and Lake of the Woods County. Hunters have until Saturday, Nov. 6 to register.

Stone Lake, WI- The Whistle Punk Bar in downtown Stone Lake is doing their part to fight lung caner by participating in Lungevity’s donation drive. They are hosting the Whistle Punk Warriors 5K and fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 6. The fight against lung cancer is near and dear to the owners of Whistle Punk, who lost their mother after a three-and-a-half year battle with cancer. If you would like to join the Whistle Punk Warriors, click here. If you would like to donate to Lungevity’s crucial lung cancer research, click here.

Ashland, WI- The Bay Area Film Society is hosting its 14th annual Big Water Film Festival. Though the festival was cancelled completely last year, organizers have opted for an online format this year. The festival starts on Wednesday, Nov. 3 and runs through Saturday, Nov. 6. Movie-lovers can find this year’s featured films on the Big Water Film Festival’s Facebook page. All films are completely free to watch.

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