This Weekend in Marshfield, WI (Oct 27-28-29)

What to Do This Weekend In & Around Marshfield

Christian Rock Band Concert – Building 429  (More Info)
Get your tickets – Christian rock band Building 429, as well as special guests Josh Wilson and Chris August, have relaunched the Worship in the Round Tour and will be coming to Marshfield.

Main Street Marshfield and Immanuel Lutheran Trick or Treating (More Info)
Grab your costume and head to Central! Streets will be closed for added safety at this Trick or Treating event.

Bone Shakin’ Bash at Chestnut Center for the Arts (More Info)
Pointless Brothers is providing the live rock music to this adult costume party this Saturday! Also the launch for the new spooky arts exhibit.

Musical Trick or Treating Program at Marshfield Public Library (More Info)
Join the festivities of the Halloween Fall Festival Parade Day on Sat. Oct. 28. Kids three and up can come dressed in their favorite costumes for a musical program and trick or treating. Children’s musician Randy Peterson will entertain kids with music and storytelling for singalong fun.  

United Way’s Make a Difference Day (More Info)
Register to help elderly and disabled residents with raking their lawns! This annual event attracts over 200 volunteers every year. Make a Difference today.

Milwaukee Power Tools Demonstration at Hiller’s True Value (More Info)
Stop by between 9-4 to see in action the latest tools on the market. Steep deals are being offered on tool kits and heated gear!






TAKE A TOUR of Upham Mansion (More Info)
Saturday, 1:30-4:30pm
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.

Corn Mazes Near Marshfield  (More Info)
Check out these two a’maze’ing locations, Turn Pike Greenhouse and Seehafer Farm Creamery for all sorts of family-friendly activities!

Pack a Shoebox for Operation Christmas Child  (More Info)
Through October
Benefit needy children worldwide by packing a shoebox full of toys and other supplies. Click the link to learn how YOU can help. Young and old can participate, and it’s a great opportunity for parents to teach their kids about giving!   

STITCHED TOGETHER art exhibit at New Visions Gallery (More Info)
A fiber arts exhibit titled “Stitched Together” will be at New Visions Gallery from Sept. 11 through Oct. 27.

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