All Events

  • Live Music

    Date: June 9, 2016

    Time: 12:00 am to 12:00 am

    Music at the Tiki Bar (Village Inn) June 11- Lords of Balitamore June 18 – Floydine Slip June 24 Obros June 25 – Customer Appreciation Party pig roast Lords 3-5 The Cheaters 6-9 July 1 – Lords July 2 – Lars Nelson July 8 TBA July 9 Strange Crew July 15 Deja Blue July 16 Lords July 22 Slip Custic July 23 White Caps July 29 Obros July 30 Room to Groove Aug. 5 Deja Bleu Aug. 6 Strange Crew Aug 12 Paul Ehlers and friends Aug 13 Corny Day Music starts at 4pm with Lords 6pm Pauls Ehlers and friends 8-12 Floydine Slip Aug: 19 Slip Custic Aug 20 Lords Aug 27 Floydine slip Sept. 3rd Ire Sol Sept 10th

  • Stephen Schram

    Date: September 10, 2016

    Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

    Underwater Adventures with Louis and Louise, written by Stephen T. Schram, is a children’s chapter book about two young lake trout who live in Lake Superior. The book is written from the fish’s perspective. Louis and Louise take the reader on exciting adventures: spending a special night around a cedar stump, going to an underwater birthday party, and participating in a race around a wreck. Respect, friendship, and kindness are core values woven throughout the storyline. The reader will meet many different kinds of fish living in the Great Lakes and be introduced to the ecological issues they face. Each chapter contains a beautiful illustration by Kimberly Vandenberg. Schram wrote the book to make science fun and to introduce young readers to issues impacting fish in the Great Lakes. People do not always understand the problems fish face because they can’t see what happens underwater. Hopefully, by giving fish a voice through Louis and Louise, this book will create awareness and ignite a spark that makes people care about our Great Lakes. Stephen Schram, a retired fisheries biologist, spent his thirty-three year career working on Lake Superior. Underwater Adventures with Louis and Louise is his first book.

  • Martin Engseth

    Date: September 10, 2016

    Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

    Martin paints larger format landscapes in studio supported by field sketches and personal photography. Currently he is represented at Siiviis Gallery, Duluth.

  • Lori Butrick Keori’s Custom Woodworking

    Date: September 10, 2016

    Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

    “Keori’s Custom Woodworking creates unique art via woodworking. Intarsia, fretwork, segmented turning, and inlace are just some of the customization techniques used to create wall art, ornaments, pen and pencil sets, tissue box holders, bowls, coaster sets, welcome signs, pedestals, plates, candle holders, jewelry boxes, and many other hand-crafted, unique items. “

  • Cornucopia Farmers market

    Date: June 16, 2017 - October 27, 2017

    Time: 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

    Local produce, baked goods and more. Thursdays 3  to 6 mid June to end of harvest under the willow trees on Corny beach 3pm to 6 pm, potluck dinner follows Contact Jennifer Sauter- Sargent 715-742-3551

  • The Almost fourth of July Fireworks

    Date: July 1, 2017

    Time: 9:00 pm to 10:45 pm

    The Almost fourth of July Fireworks in Cornucopia at dusk (10:00 p.m.) Provided by the Cornucopia Club. Always the Saturday before the Fish Fry Enjoy an evening on Cornucopia’s beach, have a beach fire and see a great fireworks show. They begin at dark! Fun for everyone. Live music following in town.

  • Annual Cornucopia Fish Fry

    Date: July 2, 2017

    Time: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

    72nd Annual Cornucopia Fish Fry July 2nd, 2017 11 am to 3 pm Cornucopia community center. Enjoy all you can eat fresh lake Superior whitefish, home made potato salad and relish tray. Cash Raffle at 3 pm proceeds to fund the fireworks 12.00 Adults, 6.00 under 12. Contact Pauline or Mark 715-742-3924 or

  • Annual Pie Social

    Date: July 2, 2017

    Time: 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

    The Annual Pie Social July 2nd, 2017 The Annual Pie Social held at Immanuel Lutheran Church (corner of Michigan and Elm, one block north of the Fish Fry) Serving from 12-3 p.m. ( During the Fish Fry) A generous piece of homemade pie with ice cream and coffee or lemonade is $5. All proceeds will go to local and international charities. contact Eve Erickson,

  • Cornucopia Day

    Date: August 12, 2017

    A day for Hope. A fundraiser to benefit the Cornucopia fire dept and South Shore Ambulance. Flea market 8 to 4 pm Bake sale at the green shed 8am Brauts and corn cooked by the fire dept 10 ish to 4 ish Fish on a stick by Halvorson Fisheries 10-ish till sold out. All proceeds go to the fire department! Raffle all day long with lots of prizes Parade at 1pm from fire hall to the harbor Music in the village every evening CLICK ON THE “VIDEO” TAB TO EXPERIENCE OUR FAVORITE DAY.  

  • Art Crawl

    Date: September 9, 2017

    Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

    CORNUCOPIA ART CRAWL A day dedicated to promote the Arts in Cornucopia. Featuring Artists from the South Shore of Lake Superior. Walk around our picturesque harbor town and enjoy a day of Art and fun. Maps provided. 10 am to 4pm. Announcing 2017 POSTER CONTEST for 13th Annual Cornucopia ART CRAWL The Cornucopia ART CRAWL The Cornucopia ART CRAWL is an event dedicated to the promotion and support of local artisans and their work.  Vendors ”set up shop” in Cornucopia’s shops, stores, and restaurants and in tents in the streets and near the beach0while patrons walk-about the village visiting the variety of featured artists.  The date of this year’s ART CRAWL is Saturday, September 10.  The Cornucopia ART CRAWL POSTER The Cornucopia ART CRAWL POSTER is a visual means to advertise the event that will to be distributed widely in the area, published in local print media, and be available for sale prior to and at the event.    Submission parameters: Image is to convey a strong sense of identification with the Cornucopia locality – its geography, its beauty, its people, its heritage, history and/or culture. Additional criteria include: strength of the image, positive representation of the area, and how well the image will work as a “for sale” poster. Image must be an original work and can be rendered in any visual medium: a drawing, painting, photograph, print, computer-generated image, fiber art, etc. Image cannot have won any other regional contest. Preferred size of image is 10×12 inches. Submit the original read more

  • Hunter’s Dinner

    Date: November 19, 2017

    Time: 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

    Turkey dinner with all the trimmings served at the Town of Bell Community Center. Served from 4pm to 8 pm. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and corn will be served, along with coffee or milk and homemade dessert. Dine in or Take Out available. All proceeds benefit the Cornucopia Volunteer Fire Dept. Contact John Nedden Durst 715-742-3279

  • Wine tasting & Food Pairing Benefit

    Date: December 6, 2017

    Time: 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm

    Held every Mid-December from 6 to 10 pm ~ $25 per person Prizes/raffle/entertainment ~ Discounted wines/case price.  Awesome food! Appetizers by the Village Inn and Ehlers Store. Wines provided from L’eft bank distributor In just seven years, the Foundation has raised more than $160,000 to support South Shore School District:Grants to teachers. More than $100,000 has allowed teachers to implement new and innovative improvements Computers for students. In 2011-2012, 45 high school students received laptop computers to remain their own. This 1 to 1 initiative will be continued with all incoming freshmen. Smart Boards for classrooms. $25,000 allowed us to equip every classroom with this tool that increases student engagement and provides unlimited access to educational opportunities outside the classroom