While the Warrens Cranberry Festival is by far our largest event, we invite you to also join us for Cranberry Blossom Day the last Saturday of June and our Harvest Day Celebration the first weekend of October. See our Upcoming Events page for other events. NEW FOR 2022: Our neighbors to the north in Millston are holding their Sesquicentennial Celebration on July 3. See below for details.
Cranberry Blossom Day – June 25, 2022
Free one-hour educational program and walking tour of the Wetherby Cranberry Marsh at 9 a.m. Cranberry wine tasting at the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center from 10 a.m. to noon. Cranberry themed lunch available at the Cranberry Country Cafe inside the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center. The museum will be open for tours. Watch our News & Information page for complete details closer to this year’s event.
Millston Sesquicentennial Celebration – July 3, 2022
The community of Millston is celebrating 150 years on Sunday, July 3. Events and activities planned include a parade, kids carnival, medallion hunt, beard and costume beard and mustache contests, old-fashioned games, dodge ball game, wagon rides, quilt raffle, moss baling demonstration, church program, chicken barbecue, fireworks and more. A town-wide garage sale will be held Saturday, July 2. Follow the Millston Sesquicentennial Celebration Facebook page for the latest updates.
Warrens Cranberry Festival – Sept. 23-25, 2022
The world’s largest cranberry festival, the Warrens Cranberry Festival boasts more than 1,300 arts and craft, flea market and antique booths. Some 140,00 visitors attend each year to shop and experience everything cranberry from cranberry cream puffs, deep fried cranberries on a stick, and Cranberries Jubilee cooked in a giant fry pan and served over vanilla ice cream. For more information, click here or call (608) 378-4200.
Cranberry Harvest Day – Oct. 1-2, 2022
Held annually the first weekend of October, Wetherby Cranberry Company is offering their 2021 Cranberry Harvest Days tours on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $10 per person for the tour. Tours led by family members of this 120-year-old old cranberry marsh. Rent a pair of chest waders to wade out among floating cranberries and have your photo taken. Bring your own camera or cell phone. Guests may also rent chest waders on Sunday, Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to do the “Wetherby Wade” and view harvesting equipment on display. NOTE: No actual harvesting will be happening on Sunday. No reservations required for either day. Held rain or shine. For complete details, click here. The Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center will also be hosting special activities. Check their website for details as they become available.