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Government Center
7410 County Road K
Siren, WI 54872
Top 10 Events
TOP 10 EVENTS
Burnett County, WI
Bike Race
ADVENTURE TRIATHLON - May
Bike - Paddle- Run
(Bike 18 miles - Paddle 4 miles - Run 8 miles)
Event Includes Family Fun Run and
Youth Triathlon for Ages 9- 13
Location:  Grantsburg

Adventure Triathlon Website
     2009ArtShow 009_thumb.jpg WEBSTER ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR - May
Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend 
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location:  Webster Elementary grounds along Hwy 35 

Webster Arts and Crafts Fair Website
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Siren's Music In The Park - June through August
6:30 p.m. every Thursday; June - August

A variety of music is served up FREE every Thursday at Crooked Lake Park in Siren.  Each week a different style of music is featured including rock, country, acapela, orchestra, and so much more!  

Fireworks
SIREN FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVITIES - July
5K RUN - Grand Parade - Kiddie Parade - Music in the Park
Fire Works - 
Bed Races - Garden Tour - Queens Tea
Street Dance - Brat Sale - and more!

Location: Siren - Two Days of Event

Siren Fourth of July Festivities Website
Propeller Plane GANDY DANCER FLY IN-DRIVE IN - July
Pancake Breakfast-Served by B.C. Ag Club
5k Trail Run/Walk - Aerial Acrobatics - Static Display Aircraft
Remote Control Aircraft - Emergency Vehicles - Airplane Rides
             

Location:  Burnett County Airport, North Siren

Gandy Dancer Fly In-Drive In Website
     Snowmobile Waterskip
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SNOWMOBILE
WATERCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS-July

Camping - Vintage Snowmobile Racing - Street Dance
Free Shuttle Bus Service - Cold by the Case Beer Trucks
Pancake Breakfast -  Fireworks - Budweiser Girls
Meet the Racers - and much more!

Location:  Memory Lake, Grantsburg

Snowmobile Watercross Website
   Historical Interpretor
GREAT FOLLE AVOINE FUR TRADE RENDEZVOUS - July
Demonstrations of period skills: black powder, archery and tomahawk.  Tasty food prepared in the fur-trade era manner. "Traders' Row" goods include period clothing,  furnishings,  camp gear,  trade silver,  animal skins,  jewelry, and more! 

Location:  Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park; 3 miles west of State Hwy  35 on County Road U

 Pow-wow Dancer ST. CROIX TRADITIONAL WILD RICE POW-WOW - August
The Pow-wow brings hundreds of dancers and singers from all over the country and Canada.  Traditional Native American foods and crafts.

Contact:  Rick Benjamin 800-236-2195 ext. 5338;
Email for more information

Location:  2 miles west of Danbury on State Hwy 77
coyland-boydrawing_thumb.jpg  YOUTH IN THE OUTDOORS - August
A fun-filled day for the kids (Target ages from 3-13). This is a free event for families to come to Coyland and participate in a variety of outdoor activities. Such as; orienteering, canoeing, outdoor arts and crafts, bounce house, free lunch, shed hunting, pac mule demonstration, outdoor cooking, fly tying, fly fishing, casting, BB gun and .22 shooting and so much more. Also, every kid gets a small door prize when entering along with door prizes awarded to various kids throughout the day!

Location:  Coyland Creek near Siren
Coyland Creek Website

    Follow the Goose Sign
CREX MEADOWS FALL WILDLIFE FESTIVAL - October
The Crex Meadows Fall Wildlife Festival is held each fall in early October.  This event attracts several hundred people each year and coincides with the peak migration of eagles, geese, ducks, and sandhill cranes.

Location:  Crex Meadows Education Center, Grantsburg

Crex Meadows Wildlife Area Website
VISITOR INFORMATION 800-788-3164 or