Offering wholesome family entertainment, living history encampment, special events and presentations, history tent, a variety of hands-on activities, children's activities, contests, demonstrations, music throughout the weekend and vendors selling food and beverages.
Living History Demonstrations
Re-enactors, public officials, and veterans participated in the Salute to All Veterans of the 240 years of United States history, as part of the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Little Bull Falls LogJam. The event featured Guest of Honor Will Lehner, a 95 year old veteran of the Battle of Pearl Harbor.
LogJam Salute to Veterans
More information on this event is available on the "Event Photos" page.
A copy of the total script can be found on the "News Release" page.
Adam Lindquist will be living in character all weekend offering presentations, demonstrations and authentic displays. He considers himself lucky to be able to entertain, educate and engage thousands of people each year by “Being Teddy”.
Teddy Roosevelt, Actor/Impersonator
His work takes him across the country, from schools to conventions, board rooms to theaters – all in the spirit and resemblance of Theodore Roosevelt. He educates over 20,000+ school children each year about our 26th President.
Old Time Traveling Medicine Show (Magician)
Professor Theodore Q. Snogglewort, World Renowned Purveyor of Prestidigitation, Mentalism, and Snogglewort's Miracle Medical Elixer.
Magic of Theodore
Theodore the Magician's dynamic programs include masterful sleight-of-hand, mysterious mind-reading with a comic twist, and audience participation. Years of captivating audiences with his quality shows, has made him the experienced and refined magical performer he is today.
LogJam visitors will be able to experience a rare opportunity to ride in a 28 foot voyager canoe, an exact replica of the canoes used on the Wisconsin and Fox Rivers.
The voyager canoe will be on display throughout the weekend with presentations on the many uses and the construction of this amazing vessel.
Many people look forward to the historical museum exhibit and the Mosinee Historical Society promises to feature another exciting venue this year.
The Historical Society is dedicated to the collection, preservation, and dissemination of materials and information relating to the local history of South Central Marathon County.
The Little Bull Falls LogJam will again offer the opportunity for anyone courageous enough to enter the Lumberjack or Lumberjill challenge. Contestants will have the unique opportunity to test their skills in many of the gaming events rendezvous and lumberjacks participated in.
Participants will compete for the individual award of 1st place standing. Any challenger who completes all of the events will be eligible for other prizes on a drawing basis. There will be a donation fee for participation in this event.
Let's go back in time.
Step back in time within the Little Bull Falls 1700-1920 theme park atmosphere with the focus on historic and nature education. Events at the LogJam festival are exciting, interactive, educational and offered free of charge to the public. Celebrating the diverse cultural life that the early settlers of Wisconsin River country experienced.
Enjoy interactive displays, demonstrations, a children and adult "hands-on" center and a variety of shows. Many of these activities will be found throughout River Park, two blocks from our historic downtown area. A logging days museum will thrill the Wisconsin River history buffs.
Beautiful River Park
Most of the festivities are held in River Park adjacent to the beautiful Wisconsin River in historic downtown Mosinee. The Wisconsin River venue at River Park will feature occupational and recreational folklore, tents devoted to the folklore and folk life of logging, farming, the river and early Central Wisconsin families. Visitors will find artisans, skilled craft artists and educational experiences through engaging activities while they learn about the diversity and creativity of the early settlers to this area.