Events Calendar

We always have something fun to look forward to in Dubois. In the summer months, especially, the town bustles with activity.

Check out the art shows, the Tuesday evening square dance, and the Friday night rodeo.

People who have come here for many years plan their visit around the Buffalo Barbecue,the Opp Shop Silent Auction, Frontier Fest or our delightful small-town Independence Day. But leave time to explore our magnificent surroundings!

Feb
20
Thu
2020
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro
Feb 20 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro

Come join us for fellowship and help yourself to:
* Squash and winter vegetables.
* Fresh breads from three bakers: (one grinds her own wheat) cheese green chili, whole wheat, cherry chocolate, nan,
flax, rye, sourdough and more.
* Baked goods of all sorts: home made pies, crisps, Twinkies, cookies, crumbles, pickles and salad dressings.
* Jams and jellies: choke cherry, pear, mincemeat and blueberry rhubarb.
* Plus wonderful apple cider, holiday edibles, treats and lovely woolen crafts.
* Enjoy raw milk from “Heidi the cow” in Pavilion as well as fresh eggs, cream, yogurt, cheese, beef and pork. – All “made and raised locally”.
* Buy for yourself and your family as well as for refreshments at meetings or church.
* Be part of supporting local people, (6-9 vendors) their scrumptious offerings, and the Food Bank.

Feb
21
Fri
2020
Library Family Story Time @ Dubois Public Library
Feb 21 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Dubois Lego/Duplo Club for Toddler/Pre-K @ Dubois Public Library
Feb 21 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Snowshoe Lacing Class (Day 1) @ Headwaters Center ( Mary Back Classroom)
Feb 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Snowshoe Lacing Class (Day 1) @ Headwaters Center ( Mary Back Classroom)

Description

Snowshoe Lacing Class

Instructor: Cindy Reinitz Jackelen

Lace a pair of Ojibwa style wood snowshoes, perfect for traipsing through deep mountain snows. Ojibwa snowshoes have a tipped-up pointed toe that breaks easily through deep snow without acting like a shovel, and the size provides surface flotation area of up to 700 square inches. The lacing is a nylon “Tec Deck” that when varnished looked like rawhide but is lighter and more durable. These beautiful traditional snowshoes will last for many years if properly cared for. Snowshoes must be varnished at home after class, Instructions will be given in class. Students may decide on an additional dates for varnishing as a group with the instructor.

Class minimum: 4 Students, Class maximum: 10 Students

Dates: Friday, February 21st and Saturday February 22nd

Times: Friday 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Location: Mary Back Classroom, Headwaters

Cost: $100

Feb
22
Sat
2020
Snowshoe Lacing Class (Day 2) @ Headwaters Conference Center (Mary Back Classroom)
Feb 22 @ 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Snowshoe Lacing Class (Day 2) @ Headwaters Conference Center (Mary Back Classroom)

Description

Snowshoe Lacing Class

Instructor: Cindy Reinitz Jackelen

Lace a pair of Ojibwa style wood snowshoes, perfect for traipsing through deep mountain snows. Ojibwa snowshoes have a tipped-up pointed toe that breaks easily through deep snow without acting like a shovel, and the size provides surface flotation area of up to 700 square inches. The lacing is a nylon “Tec Deck” that when varnished looked like rawhide but is lighter and more durable. These beautiful traditional snowshoes will last for many years if properly cared for. Snowshoes must be varnished at home after class, Instructions will be given in class. Students may decide on an additional dates for varnishing as a group with the instructor.

Class minimum: 4 Students, Class maximum: 10 Students

Dates: Friday, February 21st and Saturday February 22nd

Times: Friday 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Location: Mary Back Classroom, Headwaters

Cost: $100

Feb
28
Fri
2020
Library Family Story Time @ Dubois Public Library
Feb 28 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Dubois Lego/Duplo Club for Toddler/Pre-K @ Dubois Public Library
Feb 28 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Mar
5
Thu
2020
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro
Mar 5 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Dubois Farmers Market @ Nostalgia Bistro

Come join us for fellowship and help yourself to:
* Squash and winter vegetables.
* Fresh breads from three bakers: (one grinds her own wheat) cheese green chili, whole wheat, cherry chocolate, nan,
flax, rye, sourdough and more.
* Baked goods of all sorts: home made pies, crisps, Twinkies, cookies, crumbles, pickles and salad dressings.
* Jams and jellies: choke cherry, pear, mincemeat and blueberry rhubarb.
* Plus wonderful apple cider, holiday edibles, treats and lovely woolen crafts.
* Enjoy raw milk from “Heidi the cow” in Pavilion as well as fresh eggs, cream, yogurt, cheese, beef and pork. – All “made and raised locally”.
* Buy for yourself and your family as well as for refreshments at meetings or church.
* Be part of supporting local people, (6-9 vendors) their scrumptious offerings, and the Food Bank.

Mar
6
Fri
2020
Library Family Story Time @ Dubois Public Library
Mar 6 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Dubois Lego/Duplo Club for Toddler/Pre-K @ Dubois Public Library
Mar 6 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am