This Weekend in Marshfield (Feb. 8, 9, 10)

What to Do This Weekend In & Around Marshfield 

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Downtown Friday Nights: Desperate Ottos (More Info)
Desperate Ottos bring their brand of roots rock to the Downtown Friday Nights stage!

Nailed it! A Baking Competition (More Info)
Can you copy our baker’s cupcakes? We’ll provide the materials, you bring the talent. Enter with your family of 2-4 people and see if you can win the prize! All ages are welcome.

Candlelight Dinner (More Info)
Come support Faith Lutheran Youth as they put on the 2019 Candlelight dinner. A delicious first course, main course, desserts, and drinks will be provided! Tickets are on sale for $25 beginning January 27th. Come one, come all!

Frosty Family Fun Days (More Info)
Bounce away the winter blues for $5 a wristband from 10- 5 p.m. Stay as long as you wish or come and go. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.

Winter Family Fun Day Sleigh Event (More Info)
Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides, Deep Fried Cheese Curds, Chili, Hot Chocolate

Wildwood Zoo Animal Valentines (More Info)
Join us this weekend, February 9-10th from 7:30a-2:30p, to bring the animals at the zoo your Valentines! There will be valentine boxes at the bears, wildcats, cougars, prairie dogs, foxes, wolves, and a box for the “others.”

Sensory Friendly Valentine Skate (More Info)
Sensory friendly Valentines Skating Party! Admission, skate rental, 2 slices of pizza and a soda covered by Anger Me Not Foundation and PIER WI!

Opening Reception: Opposites Defined (More Info)
Join us as we celebrate the opening of the “Opposite Defined” exhibit, featuring paintings by Carmen Duran and sculpture by JinMan Jo. Reception is free, open to all and refreshments will be served.

Richfield Rural Fire Department – Soup Dinner (More Info)
The Memorial Soup Dinner will take place Sunday, February 10, 2019 from 10:30-2 p.m. at the Richfield Municipal Building. On the menu is the department’s delicious chili, chicken and dumpling soup, and cheesy potato with rice. Pair it with dinner rolls, cheese, milk, coffee, and a variety of desserts.


TAKE A TOUR of Upham Mansion (More Info)
Saturday, 1:30-4 p.m. or Appointment
Built in 1880, Upham Mansion, located at 212 West Third Street, is named for William Henry Upham, the 18th Governor of Wisconsin and a man that many credit for giving Marshfield its stable foundation.

Marshfield Historic Museum (More Info)
Saturday 1:30-4
Admission is always free. Located in the basement of the 2nd Street Community Center (old library).

Visit a Little Free Library (More Info)
These little neighborhood libraries are located all over Marshfield. Take a book, leave a book. 

Visit a Marshfield Park (More Info)
From sprawling marshes to small neighborhood playgrounds, there are plenty of places in Marshfield to enjoy the outdoors at local parks, recreational areas, and nature preserves. Discover a secluded walk in the woods, enjoy a round of disc golf, explore a new playground, or enjoy a simple picnic at these local spots.

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