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Direcotrs position ad 7.14.2014

Main Street of Menomonie is hiring a new Executive Director!  Joanie Dulin, current Executive Director, will be leaving on August 15, 2014.  See below for details regarding the position and how to apply:

Executive Director
Main Street of Menomonie, Inc.

This person will lead the organization to achieve its mission: Improve and preserve Menomonie’s quality of life by strengthening the historic downtown as the “heartbeat” of the community through concentrated efforts in organization, design and beautification, promotion and economic revitalization.    Responsible for implementing board policy and assuring that the goals and objectives of Main Street of Menomonie are met.

Qualifications:  Ability to interact with diverse people and groups; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to build trust and earn respect, and establish and maintain strong community relations; Experience organizing and facilitating community events; Use of social media for communication and promotion; Proficient in Microsoft Office programs.

This position is full time with salary range $32,000-$36,000 based on qualifications. Benefits include flexible schedule, paid vacation & holidays.

Submit cover letter & resume by July 25 to:
Main Street of Menomonie, Inc.
Attn: E.D. Position
342 E. Main Street
Menomonie, WI 54751

Promo Video

PUniversity of Wisconsin Stout students Robert Blais, Lauren Offner and Carrie Moeger worked together on a Downtown Menomonie Promotional Video during the Spring 2014.  We love the video!  Click here and let us know what you think!

Sidewalk Music Thursdays

MusicThursdays-logoMain Street of Menomonie is looking for interested individuals and/or groups who would be willing to lend their talents for performances in Downtown Menomonie on Thursday evenings this summer.  We have opportunities for musicians, artists and performers from all walks of life and age groups to volunteer their time and expertise from approximately 5-8pm on Thursday evenings through the summer months.

Please review the attached guidelines for artists and performers by clicking here.  Contact the Main Street of Menomonie office with any questions.

Ladies Night Out – July 17th

lno_bannerThursday, July 17th - Downtown Menomonie!

Shopping ~ Socializing ~ Snacking


Stop into all  26 participating businesses for a chance to win over $1,000 in prizes!

Link to the event on Facebook by clicking here!

View the Webpage and list of 26 participating businesses by clicking here!

Calling all artists

sample boxes4CALLING ALL ARTISTS!!!   We are ready for submissions for two more boxes located within Downtown Menomonie.  Please see artist RFP by clicking here and submit your application by Wednesday, June 18, 2014


More information regarding the Menomonie Arts Power Project can be found here

SummerDaze events – Don’t miss out!

SummerDaze is coming to Downtown Menomonie, Wisconsin June 13th & 14th and you do not want to miss the fun!  All events are located in our downtown and there is something for everyone of all ages!  Medallion Hunt clues will start on Monday, June 9th with the opportunity to win $700 CASH!  New this year will be an Alleycat Bike Ride with 8 different checkpoints throughout the city — someone could win a bike!!  This year’s theme is SUPER HEROES!!  Bring the family down Friday evening on Main Street for our Children’s Parade, watch the Wiener Dog Races and participate in the United Way of Dunn County Bed Races!  We’ll  have an outdoor movie at dusk featuring our favorite Super Heroes – The Incredibles!  Saturday will highlight the North Star Bike Festival with Start & Finish lines on Main Street.  Enjoy the Arts & Crafts Fair, Chalkfest, Children’s Games and Activities and Entertainment of the Splatter Sisters provided by Mayo Clinic Health System’s Wellness Rocks.  You do not want to miss this fun!!  Come join us DOWNTOWN MENOMONIE!!!  Follow all detail on the SummerDaze Webpage here or SummerDaze Facebook page here.


Flag Day Ceremony

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Press Release

Veterans Memorial Brick Dedication Ceremony to be held June 13, 2014

The Dunn County Veterans Memorial Committee of Main Street of Menomonie, Inc. and the Community Foundation of Dunn County invite area residents to the 14th annual dedication of new bricks at the Dunn County Veterans Memorial at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 13, 2014. The Veterans Memorial is located at the intersection of the Historic Second Street Corridor and Crescent Street in downtown Menomonie.

Retired CDR David Grambo, United States Navy, will be this year’s guest speaker.

This annual program began on Flag Day, June 14, 2000 when the monument was unveiled and over 300 bricks were dedicated.   The Veterans Memorial was created as Dunn County’s way of honoring men and women who had served their country in the military.  The veterans honored are not required to be from Dunn County.  Service during war time is also not a requirement.  This year, 17 veterans will be honored, making a total of 608 bricks at the Memorial.

The Dunn County Veterans Memorial Committee of Main Street of Menomonie, Inc. is responsible for the Memorial and programs relating to it. The Community Foundation of Dunn County coordinates the brick program and also manages the Dunn County Veterans Memorial Endowment Fund.

For more information about purchasing bricks or making a donation to the endowment fund, contact the Community Foundation of Dunn County (715) 232-8019, 500 Main Street, Suite 322, PO Box 498, Menomonie, WI 54751.  Additional information regarding veterans of Dunn County may be obtained at the Veterans Affairs Office, 800 Wilson Avenue in Menomonie. For details about this year’s program contact Main Street of Menomonie (715) 235-2666 or visit

Immediately following the Flag Day Ceremonies, a Flag Retirement Ceremony will be held at Menomonie Veterans Center at E4710 County Road BB Menomonie, WI. Everyone is invited to attend this patriotic flag burning for flags that have become faded and worn and must be honorably retired from life.

Downtown Neighbors: The Store

Written for Dunn County News May 11, 2014

Sandy Gilbert grew up in Duluth and after double majoring in college, she joined the corporate world for years while traveling globally. At times, she helped businesses set up computer systems and small companies grow larger.

When it came time to retire, she found Spring Valley to be the perfect place to settle down and enjoy a life of being home every night. She even purchased an Arabian mare and challenged Patrick Swayze’s Arabian for a world championship title. (more…)

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