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DNR- Free Fun Weekend 2021

June 5 - June 6
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Wisconsin is home to 49 state parks, 15 state forests, 44 state trails, 84,000 miles of rivers and streams, roughly 15,000 lakes and so much more. For the first weekend every June, you can explore it all with state park admission fees, fishing licenses and trail passes waived. Here's what you can expect from Free […]

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8:00 am

Durand Farmer’s Market

June 5 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT
Durand High School, 607 7th Ave E
Durand, WI 54736 United States
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  A visual and aromatic feast, farm tables at this market are loaded with the region's freshest, in-season fruits and vegetables, eggs, honey, ciders, cheeses, seafood, pasture-raised meats and poultry, jams, preserves, cut flowers, and nursery stock. Local food artisans bring fresh bread, prepared foods and other goodies.

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11:00 am

June Pie of the Month

June 5 @ 11:00 am - June 6 @ 5:00 pm CDT
Stockholm Pie & General Store, N2030 Spring St
Stockholm, WI 54769 United States
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While slices last, weekends only. Fresh as a daisy! It’s the perfect summer pie! Weekends only, in June, we are offering your tastebuds, our Strawberry Lemonade pie! Want to bring one home too, then give us a few days notice before you hop on down.

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Stockholm Village ParkImagine the impact of a melting ice-cube about one mile thick and 250 miles wide! That’s exactly the kind of force that shaped Tiffany Wildlife Area about 10,000 years ago, only the ice cube was called the Wisconsin Glacier.

Farmers Marketbig surprises come in small packages . . . immortalized in literature . . . remarkably pristine environment . . . local waters, unique & exciting history . . . culinary delights rivaling any in the world . . .

Pepin Marina - Photo credits: Brian Fuhrman — in Pepin, Wisconsin.Imagine the impact of a melting ice-cube about one mile thick and 250 miles wide! That’s exactly the kind of force that shaped Tiffany Wildlife Area about 10,000 years ago, only the ice cube was called the Wisconsin Glacier.

Pepin County was created by a special act of the Wisconsin Legislature on February 25, 1858; ten years after Wisconsin became a state. Before that, Pepin was part of Dunn County, and before that.