THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Wausaukee Holds 10th Successful Fall Fest
Issue Date: October 11, 2018
Wausaukee-The traffic did not stop on Main Street/Hwy141 in Wausaukee for their 10th Annual Fall Fest. A total of 112 vendors lined the Village streets. Two big tents were set up on a street closed mid downtown with at times over 300 people listening to Daze 2 Night band play from 11 am - 4 pm. Picnic tables were filled vendors sold out of their food.
Free horse drawn wagon rides provided by Kirby Hills Ranch of Crivitz and funded by the Wausaukee Community Association were given all day. Darryl's Famous Fries, brats, hamburgers, chili at the Lions, KC and more, walking tacos, pulled pork sandwiches, bake sales, booyah for Pastor Fred's Food Pantry, 112 pies made by St. Augustine Church ladies, kettlecorn, homemade fudge, and many other foods were available. Free coats and jackets were also given to needy by The Message Church and Bigwoods was collecting "Coats For Kids".
The weather was cloudy, a perfect day not too hot nor cold.
The Wausaukee community thanks everyone who help make the day great success. Many business decorated with a fall including cornstalks, hay bales, pumpkins and scarecrows. The Decorating Committee was headed by Patti Jensen, assisted by the Wausaukee High School football team.