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Klondike Days draws 8,000

By Gary Ridderbusch
News-Review Editor

Mild winter temperatures and sunny skies welcomed thousands of spectators and participants who attended the 23rd annual Klondike Days in Eagle River Saturday and Sunday.
Preliminary numbers show the two-day event accomplished what it set out to do — draw people to the North Woods in early March, according to Klondike Days Executive Director Christine Schilling.
“With two days of sunshine and temperatures in the mid-20s, people wanted to be outside,” said Schilling Monday. “Saturday’s attendance was up from last year when we had 16 inches of snow the week of the event and Sunday was a


Tuesday, March 05, 2013 9:04 PM
Last Updated on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 9:09 PM


-1 #1 2013-03-11 14:32
This was my first time there and it was NOT everything I had read about. I was hoping to see more in the arts and craft show. Not saying it was bad. My daughter and I had fun. I like to buy things for christmas for my kids and there was just not alot there. Please let more crafty people come in. There is more out there and I would like to see more things. There was alot of open room to fill if not just for crafts but need more things for the kids to do. Thank you Sign New to Eagle River

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