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Gnomes in Wunderland!
June 14 @ 4:00 pm - June 16 @ 8:00 pmFree
Gnomes and Fairies will gather this weekend for a celebration of
all things magical in this beautiful Woodland setting we call
Wear your Wings, Dress up as a Gnome, or just come as you are and enjoy a relaxed weekend of Tye-Dying, Rock Painting, Scavenger Hunting, Music Listening, Camp Fires and Friends!
Gnome Led Activities will be happening throughout the weekend:)
Prizes for Most Festive Guests!
Scavenger Hunt will happen throughout the City of Grand Marais!
Find the Golden Gnomes that have been hidden in very Gnomey Places and Bring them back to Wunderbar for a Fabulous Prize from one of the amazing local Merchants that have donated to this FUN Event!
*Betsy Bowen Studios
Just to name a few!!
Tye Dying and Rock Painting!
Gnome Made Screen Printed Shirts and Gnome Hats!
Hula Hoop Contest!
Water Balloon Toss!
Nightly Community Campfires with Rhoda the Great on Saturday!
Friday 7pm- Rox & Soul take the Wunder Stage
Saturday 7pm- Pete K and the Wunderdogs!
Drink and Food Specials…and as always … FREE POPCORN!!
Bring the kiddos, Bring your Pup, Bring Yourself and come and Celebrate this beautiful weekend in Grand Marais!
There’s Gnome Place Like Home!!
The Wunder Gnome is to Wunderbar, what Micky Mouse is to Disney Land!
Rox ‘n Soul
Rox ‘n Soul is a band playing R&B, jazz, blues, pop, rock and original tunes along with all your favorites.
Pete K Group
Pete K Group has been playing on the Twin Cities club scene for over 20 years. Pete lives in Grand Marais now but it isn’t too hard to coax his fellow band mates to travel to the North-land to play a mix of great Funk, R&B, Roots Rock, Blues and Reggae jams and grooves to keep you body moving.
Rhoda the Great
Rhoda Anderson Habedank (ro’-da * hub’ba dunk) is a skill singer/songwriter that performs a blend of folks and original music. From Spooner, Wisconsin to Los Angeles and back to the upper Midwest, Rhoda has performed in a myriad of venues for a multitude of strange & wonderful audiences. She finds the sweet note in her performing of originals and classics. Rhoda’s quick wit can read an audience well and find what appeals. If not on the farm in NW Minnesota or her “don’t quit your day job” as a Licensed Professional School Counselor, she lives by the motto “Have guitar. Will travel.”