There will be a carnival, crafts, watermelon- and ice cream-eating contests and lots of festivities downtown, capped by the 1 p.m. Sunday parade.
You can't see this kind of thing just anywhere: cut-throat log rolling, boom running, springboard chopping and speed climbing.
The Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa hold one of the largest powwows in North America, with dancing, singing and crafts plus a cooking contest, run/walk and softball tournament.
There's an arts and crafts fair, children's games, contests and live music downtown.
Watch the "Greatest Show on Snow,'' with races of all distances for all ages and abilities plus a ski expo, snowshoe hike, skijoring and vintage ski.
On Saturday, watch the world's best skiers on the 51-kilometer marathon (55 kilometers for classic skiers).
On Sunday, there's a ski-gear and fat-bike demo and an event for girls 8-18.