Port Wing Fish Boil

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  • Port Wing Fish Boil

    Saturday, September 2, 2017

    Port Wing Town Hall & Pavilion
    State Highway 13 & Grand Avenue

    Serving 2-7 PM

    Fish Boil Dinner – trout, potatoes, cole slaw, onions, rye bread, butter
    Trout, boiled potatoes & onions, cole slaw, rye bread, drizzled with butter

    21 and older – $15
    Ages 7-20 – $5
    Under 7 – Free

    Two different bands playing
    throughout the day with music until 9pm.

    Don’t miss the Arts & Crafts Show in the Park across the street.

    Then come back on Sunday, September 3rd, for the
    South Shore Lions Club Fall Festival.

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    Bing AndersonThe Port Wing Fish Boil was started by Floyd “Bing” Anderson in 1958.  Bing was a fisherman here in town, and also the baseball coach for the Port Wing baseball team.  He wanted to raise money for uniforms for his team so they would all look as good as they played!  So he decided to hold a Fish Boil.

    The first few Fish Boil events were held down by the Lake in Bing’s net shed.  When the crowds grew too big for that location, they moved the event to the baseball diamond in town, located then just south of where South Shore Schools are now, and held it under a big circus tent.  Fifteen years later, the town built the Pavilion next to the Town Hall and the Fish Boil has been held there ever since.1

    1From Port Wing’s Heritage Hall Herald, Volume 5, Issue 3, October 1, 2006.)

    Below is a picture, painted by long-time Port Wing weekend resident Teri Power, showing a Fish Boil at the “big top” location.

    Painting of an early Fish Boil

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