We are excited to share the 2017 Annual Report to the Iron County Board of Supervisors with you! We hope that you enjoy learning about the various ways Iron County residents have benefited from the resources of the University of Wisconsin-Extension.Read More...
The SISU Endurance Team coaches and volunteers will be hosting a FREE XC Ski Open House at the ABR Ski Trails on December 10, 2017 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm.
If your child is interested in joining the SISU Endurance Team, early registration will take place after the open house.
For more information, call Neil Klemme at 715-561-2695.
For the Gogebic Range community of Iron County, WI and Gogebic County, MI, the challenge isn’t finding something to do, it’s trying to find a place to learn about everything going on! Iron County UW-Extension and partners proudly present felivelife.org, a new community tool to find a wide range of community events. Posting events is […]Read More...
SUMMER TIME IS OUR FAVORITE TIME!
Please welcome our 2017 Summer Interns, Becca and Danielle. We are so happy to have them join our UW-Extension team over the next 8 weeks.
Free Family Fishing Day Coming June 3rd
10AM – 3PM at Lake of the Falls Park
FREE GUIDED FISHING, LEARN FLY TYING & FISHING, FREE LUNCH, RODS AND REELS PROVIDED!! No license necessary!Read More...
ATTENTION AREA YOUTH!
Free lunch to be offered at the Ironwood Depot Park
June 12 – August 4, 2017 Monday – Friday, 11-NOON
For just $5 a day children will enjoy…..ARTS & CRAFTS,SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS, INDOOR & OUTDOOR FUN. If you have any questions, please contact Neil Klemme, Emily Murphy or Felicia Herlevi at 715-561-2695.Read More...
This informative training will take place on July 24-27 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Topics covered: Safety, Child Development, Nutrition, Entertaining Children, The Business of Baby Sitting, American Red Cross First Aid, CPR and AED Certification
For more information, please call 715-561-2695Read More...
CANCER CLEAR & SIMPLE SERIES TO START AT SENIOR DINING SITES IN IRON COUNTY
- Understanding Cancer Basics
- Cancer Prevention & Self-Care
- Cancer Screening & Detection
Many low- and moderate-income working families in WI may qualify for thousands of dollars in tax credits at tax time. Together, the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the state Earned Income Credit can provide anywhere from a few dollars to more than $8000, depending on household income, marital status, and number of children in the household.Read More...