Sidewalk Sales and Craft Fair

Come to downtown Tomahawk August 4th and 5th and enjoy the sales, crafts, art, and brats! Over at SARA Park there will be boats – and boat motors.

After perusing the boats, come downtown and shop sales at some of our finest stores:

The Honeycomb Loft
Tomahawk Surplus Store
Silver Threads
Standard Mercantile
Touch of Gold
Augie’s Collectibles
Tomahawk Stove Junction
The Scarlet Garden
The Cheese Shoppe
The Olde Towne Mall
Tomahawk Furniture Co.
Northern Lights Vapor
Corner Mart
Twice as Nice Resale Shop

You can also eat a great meal, get a cup of coffee, or get a cocktail at:

What’s Brewin’?
The Rodeo Saloon
Sammy’s Subs
Bambino’s Pizzeria and Grill
Pine Tree Supper Club
Shorthorns Bar and Grill
The Tomahawk Bowl
The Gin Mill
Northwoods Pub
Cafe on Main
Pik’s Pub
American Legion Lounge

Our Downtown Flowers

Our downtown flowers look beautiful, every year, but that’s not a fluke. We have many hard-working people who make it happen. The Tomahawk Area Gardeners (TAG) water the flowers every morning – and that’s a monumental task! It takes almost two hours to drive around town and get those flowers watered. Every morning!

Business owners also work hard to weed around the planters and keep trash out of the flowers. We are so appreciative of everyone who lends a hand.

The flowers for downtown cost almost $3,000.00 every year. Donations to the program are always welcome! If you can, please donate the $50 to sponsor a hanging basket or planter — or, learn how to water and donate your time to TAG! Any contribution is welcome and appreciated.

Checks can be sent to:
Tomahawk Main Street
P.O. Box: 131
Tomahawk, WI 54487

You can also pay with a credit or debit card through Paypal.

Welcome to Downtown Tomahawk!

Welcome to downtown Tomahawk! Tomahawk, Wisconsin is the home to many lakes and rivers where locals and vacationers alike can enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, and much more.

Our downtown is filled with all kinds of great shops and helpful services. Whether you need flowers for a friend or a vacuum that needs fixing, there is a friendly person here that is happy to help!


The 10th Annual Meeting was held Tuesday, February 20 from 5-8 p.m. at the Tomahawk Community Bank Community Room.

Thank you to everyone that came and special thanks to Tomahawk Community Bank for use of the space and to the following businesses for contributing towards the food and drink: Rodeo Saloon Bar & Grill, Pine Tree Supper Club, Randy’s Bambinos, Cafe on Main, Century 21 Best Way Realty and What’s Brewin’.

The following received recognition:

Diamond Award for Longest Running Business Operating on Main Street with a Single Owner
Attorney Francis Seroogy of Seroogy & Reiff Law Office – 59 Years
New Main Street Businesses in 2017
Honeycomb L.O.F.T.
Huntington Bank
Tomahawk Appliance & Home
Tomahawk Sew-N-Vac
All Around Go For
Makayla Lallemont – Supporter with creation of promotional items, volunteer at several events and filler in for anything needed at a moments notice
Best Fundraiser Support
Hank & Patty Tholl – Raffles held multiple times a year at the Rodeo Saloon Bar & Grill alongside creating special events to draw downtown tourism
Best Decorating & Themes
Pat McLain – Main Street windows and event decorations
Most Creative Organizer 
Peggy McDowell – Spring Fling Art Walk & North for the 4th T-Shirts
Always There For You
Brenda Bartz – Continued support to ensure anything needed is provided
Volunteer of the Year
Mary Verheyen – Assisting with the transition of 3 executive directors in the past year and exceptional support to the board of directors
Longtime Leadership Award of Excellence 
Jim Wise – Continued support and dedication over the years, throughout the events and businesses on Main Street.