Turn your junk into cash! Clean out your closets, get rid of the stuff collecting in your garage — bring it to the community garage sale.
Sponsored by the Longville Chamber of Commerce and the Arts Learning Center.
Come enjoy “The First Ladies of Song Music Festival” featuring “Josh Duffee & His Big Band perform “Sinatra! Part II (Blue) at the Hackensack Community Building. Tickets: TBA. Sponsored by the Northwood’s Arts Council.
Bus picks up in Walker, Backus, and Pequot Lakes. $40 inclues bus fare and ticket.
7 a.m.-3 p.m. Fall Festival/Bazaar at Salem Lutheran Church. Bazaar with crafts, antiques and food, including breakfast from 7-10 a.m. Sponsored by the Salem Lutheran Women. Contact Carol Raines, 218-363-2011; [email protected]
9 a.m.-2 p.m. Book Sale at the Margaret Welch Memorial Library, sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Contact: Rose Jorgenson, 218-682-3113; [email protected]
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Arts/Crafts/Music/Outdoor Show sponsored by the Longville Lakes Arts Alliance, Contact: Pat Boen, 218-838-4202.
11 a.m.-1 p.m. Scavenger Hunt. Downtown. Register at 11:45 a.m. at the chamber tourist building across the street from the Docksider. Sponsored by the Longville Chamber of Commerce, [email protected]
During the day in Longville enjoy food by the Longville Lions, Pie Sale by the Longville Chamber of Commerce, German Music and other events to come! Sponsored by the Longville Chamber of Commerce, [email protected]
Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019 from 5:30-7 p.m.
at Camp Olson YMCA
Looking for a safe and fun way to celebrate Halloween in the north woods? This event is just for you. A FREE family friendly event held on the shores of Little Boy Lake, the Halloween Spooktacular has something for everyone. Bring the kids out to a community event that is guaranteed to be SPOOKtacular! **Bring a food shelf item to donate.**
This event is co-sponsored by the Longville Chamber of Commerce and Camp Olson YMCA. The Camp is located south of Longville on County Road 54.
Annual Ladies’ “Brunch, Bubbles & Bling” (formerly “Does Only”) – Spend the second Saturday of deer hunting season at a very special champagne breakfast. Style Show, music, Free gifts, food, and fun! Advanced tickets are on sale at Lori’s Luvs in Longville. $23 (at the door, $25). Sponsored by Longville Chamber of Commerce: [email protected]; www.longville.com.
Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner @ Immanuel Lutheran Church, Walker, MN
Contact the church office at 218-547-3156.
ALL DAY – SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY – SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES!!!
3-4:30 p.m. Bring the kids for FREE PHOTOS WITH SANTA, sponsored by the Longville Area Women of Today, at the Common Grounds Coffee Shop. Contact Dianne Larson, [email protected]
4-6 p.m. Downtown Longville, always the Saturday after Thanksgiving and always free. Enjoy horse-and-wagon rides, a bonfire, hotdogs, hot chocolate and cookies, and Christmas carols.
5:20 p.m. The official town Christmas tree lights are illuminated to celebrate the rest of the holiday season.
Holiday Open House, First National Bank — an annual tradition! ALL locations.
Free Christmas concert at Salem Lutheran Church featuring the beautiful music of the Longville Area Community Choir. A holiday tradition!
Christmas Musical. Two performances: 1 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Special holiday event sponsored by the Gallery of New Creations and The Longville Lakes Arts Alliance. Mix and mingle with local artists and community members.
Get your homemade holiday treats, and help a worthy community organization at the same time! Cookie Walk lasts until the baked goods are sold out. Sponsored by the Longville Area Women of Today.
Annual Gala and Holiday Tradition. Fundraising event for the Longville Community Foundation.
The LACF serves residents in Cass County, Minnesota residing in the townships of Woodrow, Wabedo, Kego, Pine Lake, Inguadona, Trelipe, Thunder Lake, and the City of Longville.
Our Vision: To make each citizen aware of the past, present and future of the LACF as a dynamic entity for promoting the growth of our community and the well-being of our citizens, and to make them aware that through their donations they become “Trustees” of this organization and proud contributors to the well-being of our community.