The TrueGrass Trio
with special guest Molly Otis.
at the Wednesday Bluegrass Bash
The Sawmill Saloon, Seeley WI
Wed February 19, 2020
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Its Birkie week in the Northwoods! Start it out with the Wednesday Bluegrass Bash at The Sawmill Saloon in Seeley, Wisconsin. The TrueGrass Trio with special guest Molly Otis will be in the house on Wednesday Feb 19th, 2020. There will be a seafood dinner special on the menu in the coffee shop from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, followed by this free admission show in the theater from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.
The Sawmill Saloon is the premier leisure location along the legendary Birkebeiner ski trail. Located on Highway 63 just north of Hayward (13350 Town Hall Rd 54843), it’s a great stopping place for locals and tourists alike. Whether it’s the great northwoods, the live entertainment, the ambiance or the eclectic display of logging antiques, once you stop you'll be hooked. It's easy to find, just a few minutes north of Hayward right on Hwy 63. Don't miss the Wednesday Bluegrass Bash on Feb 19th at the Sawmill Saloon!
The TrueGrass Trio with special guest Molly Otis.
Bay City Bohemian Hall
Saturday January 25, 2020
5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
The TrueGrass Trio with special guest Molly Otis will be performing for Bohemian Fest on Saturday January 25th, 2020 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. They will be joined by Hoff Stevens from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm for this fundraising event to help with the renovation of the historic Bay City Bohemian Hall (319 11th Ave E) in Ashland, Wisconsin. Admission is $10 and will include a bar and raffle.
Shortly after the end of the 19th Century, Czech immigrants, eager to create a place where they could go to celebrate their community, founded a fraternal hall in 1906 that came to be known as “Bohemian Hall.” The Bohemian Hall on 11th Ave East in Ashland has been a fixture in the community for generations - polka dances, pancake breakfasts, and celebrations of every sort have filled this hall with friends and family. Ask anyone around these parts if they've got a fond memory of the Bohemian, and chances are they do. A non-profit group is currently working to save the building for continued community benefit and enjoyment.