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Stockholm, Wisconsin 2015 Events



August 1, Saturday, 7 PM at Calvary Church - "EvenSong"

Come and join us for a EvenSong - A time of Community Song & Prayer, Saturday Evenings, 7 p.m.

June 27th, July 11th, July 25th, Aug. 1st


Join with Community Residents and Park Visitors for a 30-Minute Celebration of the Gift of God’s Beauty in This Gorgeous Place!


August 8 - 10 AM - 4 PM, Stockholm Health and Wellness Fair

This is the inaugural Health and Wellness Fair taking place in the village of Stockholm for the benefit of it's residents and those in the greater community. We are intending this to be a fun, interactive, community event to provide information, hand's on experiences, and opportunities to learn about personal health and areas to improve wellness.  Multiple traditional medicine and alternative therapies will be represented along with demonstrations for personal safety.

We will spend a day under the big tent, rain or shine on Saturday Aug 8 from 10-4.


August 15, Saturday, 9 am-6:30 pm Soul Enhancement Women’s Retreat (Adults) Instructor: Kathleen Sweeny at Running Dog Ranch

Take a day off with your best friends and create and celebrate the life you dream of. A day to tune up your life navigation skills and discover your spiritual guardians. Included: Yoga, Journaling, Herbal Discovery Walk, Artistic Expression, Drumming/Dance and Dinner. Make time for you!

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August 22 - Fall ART OUT presented by Abode


August 22, Saturday, 1-4 PM at Running Dog Ranch--Improve Your Horse Relationship in 15 Minutes (Age 16+)and Adults)

Too often our horses get neglected because we don't have enough time. Fran Latane' will shar how in just 15 minutes a day you can use basic equine psychology and improve your relationship with your horse.

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August 29, Sat. 9 am-5 pm Landscapes in Oil: Painting the Softer Side of Nature (Age 16+ and Adults) Instructor: Joan Finnegan at Running Dog Ranch

Paint a 'Life Like' landscape in oils using your own reference photos. Various aspects of landscapes will be explored and take painting to the next level. Great for beginners to advanced.

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September 13 - Goin’ Coastal : Live Radio Show at WideSpot; Season 3, Episode 1

You can’t miss the end of another year of Goin’ Coastal! Enjoy this Season Two finale filled with stories, drama, great music and, as always, a few surprises. Adults $15/ Kids 5–18 $10, available at


September 19, Sat., 10 am-4 pm Dye Wool Blue with Indigo and Woad (Age 18+ and Adults) Instructor: Mette Christiansen at Running Dog Ranch

Dye wool with traditional two blue dyes from nature: Indigo and Woad. A very different process from how to dye with natural dyes. Also, learn the overdye process to ovtain beautiful purple and green colors. Take home wet dyed wool.

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October 2, 3 & 4 - Fall Fresh Art Tour


Oct. 3-4, Sat., 9 am – 5 pm, Sun., 9 am – 4 pm Print Making from Wood Blocks and More (Age 16+ and Adults) Instructor: Richard Nelson, at Running Dog Ranch

Learn the ancient technique of creating a multi-colored print from wood blocks. Discover how to hand print as well as how to us a small press.

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October 10-11, 9 AM – 5 PM 2015 Sheep & Fiber Farm Tour at Running Dog Ranch

FREE EVENT: Come meet the sheep (Paddy, Molly and Elvis) and their mentor (Bijou-the bully kid goat). Demonstrations include spinning, weaving on small and large looms, natural fiber dying and needle felting to make gift bags for the holidays. The location is unique. It was built in the 1850′s while Laura Ingles Wilder lived nearby. The house and grainery are original white oak log cabins. We also have a new log cabin, built in 2008. Don’t miss this special opportunity to experience the beauty of nature with the leaves turning.

Check out the special wool we have available that was bred from Shetland, Borderleister, Corriedale, Romney and Merino sheep. Crossbreeding can give you something totally unique and gorgeous plus English Angora will be available to purchase.


October 16, Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Ingebretsen's, Mixed-Level Sami Bracelet

The dramatic landscape of northern Scandinavia is that of the midnight sun, northern lights, and the Sámi, a nomadic tribal group that follows the migration of the reindeer. Traditional Sámi jewelry incorporates elements of their northern landscape – softened reindeer leather and sculpted antler.

Award-winning goldsmith and jeweler of Crown Trout Jewelry in Lanesboro, Minnesota will teach an advanced Sámi bracelet class. Students will create a wide multi-braided bracelet with a variety of braids and coils.

Class fee is $35 and is payable to Ingebretsen's. The materials fee is $125 and is payable to the instructor. The class is held at 2089 N. Spring Street, Stockholm, WI. Click here for more information.


October 17, Saturday, 12-4 pm Sheep to Loom-A Journey (Age 16+ and Adults) Instructor: Corrine Young, at Running Dog Ranch

Weaving is a journey. Discover the process from breeding, raising and feeding sheep to shearing, sorting/washing, carding/combing, spinning, forming and dying yarn. Lastly, design a woven piece, warp a small (handmade) loom and begin your unique project to take home.

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October 21-25 - Flyway Film Festival


October 21, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM at Running Dog Ranch--Fruit & Herb Wine Making & Tasting (Adults)

Discover how to use fruit and herbs in a whole new way. Start a batch from scratch made from wild and healthy organic ingredients. Then discover the whole wine making process that may change your taste and desire for wines.

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October 23, Friday, 6:30 - 9 PM at Running Dog Ranch--Fruit & Herb Wine Making & Tasting (Adults 21+) Instructor: Corrine Young

Discover how to use fruit and herbs in a whole new way. Start a batch of wine from scratch made from wild and healthy organic ingredients. Then discover the whole wine making process that may change your taste and desire for wines.

For more information and to register, visit


October 24, Saturday, 1-4 PM at Running Dog Ranch--Beer and Ale from Scratch (Adults)

Beer and Ale can taste the best when brewed by you. Home brewing is started in one session. Learn how to choose your favorite beer or ale flavors and styles and proceed with ingredients from scratch. Have fun learning a new and enjoyable hobby and go home with enough information to start brewing your own batch in time for the Holidays!

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November 7 & 8 - Women's Weekend

Join us in Stockholm for a rejuvenating weekend of laughter, friends and relaxation. Come for a day or stay the weekend and experience the Spa Lounge at WideSpot, Spectacular Shopping, Fabulous Food and Amazing Art. This is a weekend about making your soul happy. More information coming soon.


November 14 & 15, 10 AM - 5 PM - Great River Road Wine Trail - Holiday Harvest Wine & Food Festival

Start your celebration of the season by enjoying holiday foods and wines on the Great River Road Wine Trail! Advance tickets for the event are $25 per person. Each ticket holder will receive a wine trail glass and a six-bottle wine tote at the first winery visited. Their ticket and wine glass will entitle the holder to free wine and food tasting at each winery. Click here to get your tickets.



December 5 - Stockholm Country Christmas





MaidenRockWCJoin us Sunday mornings (through December) at Maiden Rock Winery & Cidery at 11:00 am for a production tour, tasting and food pairing led by one of the owners or cider master. 

IMG20150612200814Friday's through September

Stockholm Community Farmer's Market

3:30 PM to 6:30 PM in the alley behind The Palate.

The community members of Stockholm feel that you should be able to buy produce grown in your own backyard, at reasonable prices. It is the goal of the farmers market to make these things available on a weekly basis. At the end of the day, it is YOUR community and YOUR farmers market. Support your neighbors by coming out and buying local! More information here: