North St. Louis County Habitat For Humanity: Winter Dinner and Silent Auction

Thursday, March 31 join us at Mountain Iron Community Center ~ 8586 Enterprise Dr South for a Silent Auction and Winter Dinner to help benefit Habitat for Humanity and all that they do to benefit the community!


Social hour at 5:00PM, Dinner served at 6:00PM


All guests must RSVP by March 17th

You may RSVP at the Habitat office: 5558 Enterprise Dr. NE, Virginia, MN

By phone: 866-749-8910


Tickets are $40/individual

This event will sell out! Tickets must be purchased or reserved in advance!


Chisholm Public Schools Meeting

Please come join Chisholm Public Schools for a meal and dialogue about our educational, operational, and building needs. Come and give your feedback as your voice is valuable and we want your input!



February 23rd


Discussion begins promptly at 6PM



Valentini’s Supper Club

31 W Lake Street, Chisholm 55719


Students are welcome!

Childcare is provided!


Please RSVP

All community members are invited and encouraged to attend. To ensure that there will be enough food please RSVP your attendance to:

Lisa Aldrich

(218)254-5726 x2900

Side Lake Winter Festival

Saturday, February 12 at the Side Lake Community Center come out for the Winter Festival at Side Lake! There will be a whole bunch to do:

  • Dog-Sled Rides
  • Horse-Drawn Sleigh Rides
  • Skating
  • Sledding
  • Snowpainting
  • Turkey Bowling
  • Kids Crafts & More!
  • Hot Beverages and snacks will be provided!

Polar Bear Festival Bingo @ Jim’s Sports Club

Come out to Jim’s Sports Club Bar & Grill for Polar Bear Festival Bingo Wednesday, February 9th @ 5:30 PM



Polar Bear Games / First 5 games

.25 a game/$1.25 per card

Winner receives 50% of gross receipts/ minimum of $10


Frosty Cover-all / Game 

$1.00 per card

Winner receives 50% of gross receipts/ minimum of $10


Polar Bear Games / Games 7-11

.25 per game / $1.25 per card

Winner receives 50% of gross receipts


Frosty Cover-all / Game 12

$1.00 per card

Winner receives 50% of gross receipts/ minimum of $10


Penguin Crossing Bingo / Games 13-17

2 Lines crossing on the card where the lines continue on past the point of intersection

.50 per game/ $2.50 per card

Winner receives 50% of gross receipts


Polar Snowflake Bingo / Game 18

$5.00 per card

Winner receives 50% of gross receipts

*multiple bingos will result in the splitting of prize awarded.

Chisholm Area Chamber of Commerce $12,000 Raffle @ Tom & Jerry’s

Win up to $8,000 Wednesday, February 16th at Tom & Jerry’s at 5:30PM!

Brought to you by Chisholm Area Chamber of Commerce.

$100/ Raffle Ticket

Tickets may be purchased at:

  1. Jim’s Sports Club Bar & Grill
  2. Valentini’s Supper Club
  3. Tom & Jerry’s Bar
  4. Chisholm Area Chamber Office

Pick your ticket up today for your chance to win big!

  • First Prize- $8,000
  • Second Prize- $1,500
  • Third Prize- $500
  • Seven Winners take home $200
  • Six Winners take home $100

Polar Bear Pedal Fat Tire Ride

The best way to beat the cold is to get your blood pumping!

Join us at Minnesota Discovery Center at the Redhead MTB Park Trailhead Saturday, February 26th for a Fat Tire Bike Ride you won’t want to miss!

10AM-12PM Packet Pick Up at The Minnesota Discovery Center.

12PM Ride begins at Trailhead

3PM Wrap up @ Tom & Jerry’s Bar-Downtown Chisholm

Registration Available Soon!

Live Music and Prizes! 


Chisholm Kiwanis Presents: Ice Fishing Contest at Longyear Lake

Why wait for the summer? Come out on the lake this winter for a community ice fishing competition and win cash prizes for various fish categories!

Come out to Longyear Lake (North side only) on Saturday, February 19th, 2022

Registation is at 9am / Fishing 10am-2pm


Ice Fishing Rules

*$10 per hole/ max 2 holes per person

*Kids under 18/ $5 per hole/ max 2 holes

*Free hotdog & pop for all kids registered

*Random Prize Drawings including “Custom Fishing Rod” by Mike Lesch

*Cash Prize for various fish categories



Concessions on site and yes, Fish Houses are allowed!

~Contest will be cancelled if temperature or windchill is zero or below at 8am


Logan Creek Sled Dog Rides


Sponsored by AMVETS & Architectural Resources, Inc.


Iron Range Tourism Bureau: CTA Class

Are you in the service or the tourism business? Do you just love the Iron Range and would like to help it shine even brighter? The Iron Range Tourism Bureau needs you! Become a Certified Tourism Ambassador (CTA) with just one class. Earn your CTA certification and learn how to create a more memorable visitor experience. Participants will gain an improved knowledge of area history, events, and attractions, learn how to network with peers and mentors, explore customer service scenarios through group activities, and have access to special offers and events throughout the year.



Wednesday, Feb 9, 11a.m. to 3 p.m.

Hampton Inn, Hibbing  (Lunch provided)


To Register:

Contact Beth: 218-749-8161 or

Training is $25 per person.

UP TO SIX FREE REGISTRATIONS courtesy of Hampton Inn

Fairview Range Project Bluelight

Fairview Range presents Project Bluelight, a celebration and show of support for all of our front line workers who continue to do everything possible to keep our community safe through a pandemic.

We encourage everyone to light up the exterior of your business blue or place a blue lightbulb in your porch light from January 24th-January 31 to show your support!

Take a picture and post it as well with the hashtag #thankyouwithblue so that frontline workers everywhere can see that they are appreciated!

Now Hiring for Summer Recreation Directors!

The City of Chisholm desires to hire two temporary, Summer Recreation Directors for the Chisholm Summer Recreation Program a rate of $14.00 to $16.00 per hour depending on qualifications, to serve as Summer Recreation Director for a period of time effective on or after date of hire and may continue through the accumulative period of 60 shifts, in accordance with City Policies. The Summer Recreation Directors are responsible for the development of a six-week youth program implementing and coordinating activities, supervising staff and participants of the program.

The position is non-supervisory and non-exempt from the F.L.S.A. 29 U.S.C. Also, this position is under the P.E.L.R.A. Law and does not include benefits. All work shall not exceed 60 work shifts in accordance with City Policies.

All applicants must be 18 years of age and must have the ability to pass a background check and drug/alcohol testing. Applications and a complete job description are available on the website

Completed resumes, cover letters and applications can be submitted by email to, faxed (218)-254-7955 or mailed to City Hall no later than Wednesday, February 11, 2022.

Applications due by February 11th!