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Swappers Meet – Artisan Fest & Bloodsucker’s Bash – Sept. 9th & 10th*

“Bloodsucker’s Bash” – Car and Bike show is Sunday Sept. 10th only.

Swappers, Crafters and Artisan booths will be set up Saturday (9th) and Sunday (10th). (Contact The Hairy Mosquito Trading Co. to sign up.)

Muscle cars, Exotic cars, Classic Cars, Bikes, and Babes.

The Grieving Pines

Playing Saturday Sept. 9 & Sunday Sept 10th

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Burnout & Loud Pipe Contest

Live Music, Food Trucks, & more!!!

Handmade trophies & Event t-shirts made on site!

*$10 Entry per Car/Bike & $25 Swapper Entry.

 More info available via The Hairy Mosquito Trading Company.

“Art Fest” at The Hairy Mosquito Trading co. (August 12 -13, 2023)

Aug 12th-13th – Unadvertised

Hours: 10am – 5 pm

“It is a favorite of Artists, Vendors and Craftsmen alike as the perfect venue to work and market their wares. Come enjoy live outdoor Music, Food, Artists/Craft/Vendors, Activities and more”

More info at The Hairy Mosquito

Shop Happy Hollow Glass online – anytime!

Texas Norml Puff n Putt – Willie Nelsons golf course -PCC – Spicewood, Tx.

The Great Folle Avoine Fur Trade Rendezvous

Thursday July 19th through Sunday July 23rd, 2023

10am – 4pm daily – Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park

The Historical Park is located near Danbury, Wisconsin on 80 beautiful wooded acres along the historic Yellow River.

​Sunday the 23rd
Wild Rice Pancake Breakfast

  • 8:15 am – 12:30pm

​ This is a living history site with two Fur Trade Posts; North West Company and XY Company, reconstructed on the site known to be active from 1802 to 1805.​ An Ojibwe Village offers insight into Ojibwe life during the time of the fur trade. Several museums, including a logging museum and one-room schoolhouse, showcase other aspects of Wisconsin and Burnett County history.

2023 List of Activities (subject to change, check back for additions)

  • Shooting Range (lower camp area)
       Competitions and Practice TBD
  • Hawk & Knife (near Indian Village)
       Ongoing Demonstrations and Practice
       Competitions TBD
  • Archery (near Indian Village)
        Ongoing Demonstrations and Practice
        Competitions TBD
  • Special Activities
       Kids Games
       Bead Pile
       Shadow Puppet Theater for Kids
  • On-Going Demonstrations and Activities
  • Trader’s Row
     Blacksmith,  Leather Garments, Sewing, Wood Carving, Native American Style beadwork, and more
  • Lower Camp
    Frontier Family Life
    Fur Trade Trapping and Hunting


General Admission (daily)

  • $10.00 Adults
  • $6.00 Children 5-11
  • Free for Children 4 and under and for Burnett County Historical Society members
  • $28.00 Family with 2 children 5-11yo
  • $8.00 Seniors, College Students and Military (active and veterans), ID is required

General Admission including (Sundays) Wild Rice Pancake Breakfast and Self Guided Tour of Fur Posts and Ojibwe Indian Village 10am – 3pm

  • $18.00 Adults (12 & older)
  • $10.00 Children (5-11)
  • Free for Children 4 and under
  • $13.00 Seniors, College Students and Military (active and veterans), ID is required