Rainy Day/Snow Day Activities

Rainy day? Too cold to go outside? Don’t fret, this area has lots of indoor entertainment!

Carnegie Library: The Ironwood Carnegie Library is a library located at 235 E. Aurora Street in Ironwood, Michigan. It is the oldest continuously operated Carnegie Library in Michigan and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011Dream. Discover. Do. All at the Ironwood Carnegie Library.

Historic Ironwood Theatre: This historic theatre is located in downtown Ironwood. The theatre was built as a silent movie palace in 1928, during the Ironwood area mining days. Today, the theatre still offers diverse programs like dance, theatrical productions, silent movies, and Barton organ programs.

Indoor Ice Skating Rink: The Pat O’ Donnel Civic Center offers open ice skating during the winter seasons.

Larry’s Lucky Strikes: Larry’s Lucky Strikes has a 10 lane bowling alley, a full service bar and grill featuring burgers, wraps, pizza and more.

Stormy Kromer Factory Tours: See where & how the famous Stormy Kromers are made. Free factory tours weekdays at 1:30.

Theatre North: Live Community Theatre in its 55th Season providing a minimum of three shows per season from fall to spring. A Non-profit organization completely run by volunteers and a board of directors from the surrounding communities. Board members are working board members doing production, direction, sound and lighting, props, publicity, costumes and more.

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