Join us for Happy Hour starting at 3p.m. and stay for our own little game that could make you KING for Pay Day! Entries available starting around 5 p.m., game time is 6 p.m. Take a shot at winning big all while supporting the Chetek Area Chamber of Commerce.
Join us Tuesdays following King for a Pay Day and bring your most fun friends (bonus if they're smart, too). It's FREE to play and all team sizes are welcome. Great prizes, music and a guaranteed good time.
Get your free answer each week on the Amp Quiz Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/LeagueTriviaAPQCV/
The Gator's Band pride themselves on being a truly versatile music duo with strong female and male vocals. They can do a wide variety of music ranging from Frank Sinatra to Bon Jovi and Patsy Cline to Janis Joplin. Using some of the latest technology today, their sound is unique and use it to blend it all together to give their audiences a great show.
Join us out here for a day of games, prizes, specials and FUN to support the CLPA Lake Skimmer project.
Kayak Races • Giant Bean Bags • Meat Raffle • Prize Raffle • Minnow Races
Ticket raffle- $5 each or 5 for $20
• 1st prize- Leinie's Patio Package (valued at $1200, donated by Leinenkugels & GB Northwest)
• 2nd Prize- $1000 Cash (donated by the CLPA)
• 3rd Prize- Dinner for a Year at Gilligans
• 4th Prize- Dinner for a Year at Reds
Sterling Bank (parking)
Erb's Bus Service (shuttle)
Dairyland Insurance (Hole-In-One)
Sweetwater Sanitation (Dunk tank)
Rod & Gun Sport Shop (Kayaks)
Lazy Acres Resort (Minnow Races)
My Device is an upbeat danceable variety band that plays popular songs with wide appeal. This talented party machine from Northern Wisconsin brings a new energetic presentation of your favorite hits from bands like CCR, John Cougar Mellencamp, Bruno Mars, Johnny Cash, Pink, Green Day, Poison, Steve Miller Band, blink 182, Garth Brooks, Maroon 5, AC/DC, and many more. With a song list totaling 100 plus, My Device is sure to please any type of crowd.
UW Stout Lakes REU is hosting a public forum at Gilligan's in Chetek, including students and UW-Stout faculty from a variety of disciplines (economics, geography, sociology, anthropology, and biology), to present our National Science Foundation sponsored LAKES research conducted during summer 2017 on how we can fix our polluted waters. This is a significant expansion on the LAKES REU research from the previous three years of research and will facilitate some data-driven discussions on the above questions. Please come and discuss this important topic with us!