Tomahawk, Life the way it's Meant to be!
Here, you’ll notice a friendly and relaxed small-town community. We are proud of our natural resources, and we invite you to experience our beautiful surroundings as you explore our lakes and trails.
We’re a small town of 3,700 nestled in the Northwoods where three rivers converge. Tomahawk is not only a great place to vacation, it’s also a great place to live and do business. We have a unique balance between tourism and industry, and are proud to be home to several industries. In addition, we offer an excellent school system, friendly and safe neighborhoods, a strong sense of civic pride and a wide array of activities. Come to Tomahawk to experience:
"Life the way it’s Meant to be!"
(The Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(6) organization.)
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49th Annual Venison Feed
Join us for the Chamber's 49th Annual Venison Feed on Friday, November 21st, 2014. Burgers are served at 11:30 and will be served until they are all gone. Join us downtown and don't forget to bring a contribution towards the Venison Feed. We depend on contributions and our great supporters of this great tradition in Tomahawk!
This year's supporters are: City of Tomahawk,Great Lakes Foods,Nelson's County Market, Park City Credit Union,Pepsi of Wausau, Geiss Meats, River Valley Bank,Silver Threads Boutique,Tomahawk Ace Hardware,Viegut's Do It Express,Tomahawk Surplus Store, Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association,Wisconsin Public Service and WJJQ Radio.
The Tomahawk High School students will be selling Venison Feed shirts that they designed again this year. They will be joined by other non-profit vendors:Lincoln County Humane Society,St. Mary's School, Cub Scout Pack 548, Salvation Army, Somo Area ATV Club and Knight Owl's Snowmobile Club. Come down and support all these great organizations!! The Wisconsin DNR will be displaying a portion of the Wall of Shame.
Thank you to the people who dropped venison off this year at the Tomahawk Chamber. We REALLY appreciate the venison that has been donated.
Thank you to all our very supportive members and residents of Tomahawk!
2014 Christmas Parade & Winter Wonderland
Tomahawk Chamber Presents:
Annual Northern Lights Christmas Parade & Winter Wonderland
Saturday, November 29, 2014
Some of the local businesses will be participating
in the Kid's Shopping Day. The stores will offer 10% off selected items and free gift wrapping.
It is National Small Business Saturday. Please patronize the following stores:
Oak Ridge Embroidery & Gifts
Old Towne Mall
Scentability & Friends
Silver Threads Boutique
The Essence Boutique
The Cheese Shoppe
Tomahawk Ben Franklin
Tomahawk Surplus Store
Tomahawk's Touch of Gold
Twice As Nice
The following businesses are offering lunch specials:
Bambino's Pizza & Grill
What's Brewin' Coffee Shop
Start this fun filled day with a movie at the Tomahawk Cinema.
River Valley Bank and Heritage Chevrolet
There will be two FREE showings: 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Please make sure to visit the concession stand for some great popcorn and candy.
After receiving a bizarre series of encrypted messages, a group of kids embark on an adventure with an alien who needs their help.
The Northern Lights Christmas Parade will begin Saturday November 29, 2014 at 4:30 pm at the east end of Wisconsin Avenue next to Tomahawk Community Bank. The parade continues west on Wisconsin Avenue to Second Street. The best part of the parade is Santa Claus! After the parade all are invited to have a cup of hot chocolate, a cookie and a visit with Santa at Santa's Cabin in the Winter Wonderland in back of Rodeo Saloon. Line up on the sidewalk in front of the Rodeo Saloon and walk through the archway to Winter Wonderland. There will be a live nativity and a warm campfire to enjoy too!
AGAIN THIS YEAR:
Old Fashion Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
Sponsored by Tomahawk Community Bank