Beautiful weather, fun events and live music made for a busy and successful Carlsville Day on Saturday. Some of the highlights of Carlsville Day were a Wild West reenactment, a cherry pie eating contest and art vendors from all over the state. Carlsville Day Coordinator Verna Kreutz says she was very happy with the turnout. Kreutz adds what made this year’s day special was the Sister Bay Fire Department sending a couple of fire trucks.
Carlsville Day was on both sides of Highway 42 between Morning Sun Road and the Jandu Petroleum Express. Trolleys took people around to the area’s businesses including the Jandu Petroleum Express and Harbour Village Resort. It lasted from 11A to 5 PM.