Marinette Logging & Heritage Festival
Marinette’s “Logging & Heritage Festival” is a non-profit, volunteer-run event celebrating the richness of Marinette’s lumbering history. United States Senator Isaac “Ike” Stephenson (1829-1919) was also Marinette’s foremost lumberman and among the first generation of lumbering families in the area. These families helped build many homes along Riverside Avenue and State Street just prior to World War I.
In addition to permanent monuments to their legacy, like a museum and the Stephenson Public Library, our community is also proud to honor this heritage with the “Logging & Heritage Festival.” The festival features live music, children’s inflatable bouncers, fireworks, a bike and car show, a parade, and much more. It is also a vehicle for many non-profit service groups to raise money for their respective causes.
The festival runs from Saturday, July 8 to Sunday, July 9, with the parade scheduled for Sunday.
Enstrom has participated in the festival parade nearly every year since the beginning. This year’s float will again feature an Enstrom Helicopter. We are also sponsoring the Pulaski High School Band. Enstrom President Todd Tetzlaff grew up near Pulaski and continues to support the band’s performances. The band members will also perform at the Rose Bowl next year. They will use this summer parade for practice.Learn More