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Retail in the Ironwood Area

About The Hair
About The Hair is a full-service hair salon located at 121 South Suffolk Street in Downtown Ironwood. We offer cut/trim, coloring, multi-color and hi-lites, perms, updo's, and special occasion hair. Stop down and see us! We can help you look your best!
Peninsula Granite Company
Ironwood's Peninsula Granite Company is located at the end of Arch Street, just across the street from Riverside Cemetary. We offer the highest quality monuments and skilled engraving. Stop in or give us a call at 906.932.3422.
Creative Spirits Rubber Stamping
Rubber Stamping & More is the largest rubber stamp and scrapbook store in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. We offer hundreds of rubber art stamps, brass stencils, scrapbooking and stamping supplies, and much more. We also hold many how-to classes, have a play area for small kids and a work area where you can sit down and make a card or scrapbook page and then take it home with you. We also host birthday parties and scrapbook showers for new brides or moms-to-be. We create custom wedding invitations, shower invitations and one-of-a-kind cards that we sell for every occasion. View our calendar page for class schedules, specials and coupons. Owner Becky Schwartz likes to...
Integrity Salon LLC
Integrity is a full-service salon that is very conveniently located in downtown Ironwood, on historic Suffolk Street. Integrity offers hair care services, facials, manicures, pedicures, and sales of personal care products. Like us on Facebook--we post often, and you will find many pictures there of our salon and some very happy clients! Link up with our webpage--Integrity has a beautiful facility and a creative and knowledgeable staff. You can book your appointments online!!
Welcome to 906BOOM! We are a Creative MakerSpace located at 320 East Aurora. 906BOOM is a business incubator with multiple businesses, and is conveniently located in downtown Ironwood in the historic former Elk's Building.
Lutey's Flower Shop
Lutey's Flower Shop is a full-service floral shop. We specialize in weddings, special event flowers, and in offering decorating services. Stop on over! We are at the corner of Ayer and Mansfield Street--easy to see, as we are attached to a large greenhouse!
Al's Furniture
Al's Furniture offers an amazing selection of top-notch furnishings for every room in your house. Check out the pictures of our showroom groupings on our website--you will see that we have something for every space and decorating format. Like us on Facebook and get up-to-date notice of sales and special offers! Al's Furniture: convenient Downtown Ironwood location, friendly staff, locally owned, and dedicated to providing outstanding customer service.
Iron Range Custom Frames & Gifts
At Iron Range Frames and Gifts we specialize in custom framing and preservation of artwork and memorabilia. We believe that all people will at some point have something, be it a picture, painting, or keepsake, that they would like to preserve. We would like to make that option available and affordable. We offer an extensive frame and mat selection, conservation framing, shadow (memory) boxes, dry mounting, and laminating (up to 40x60). In addition, we are able to stretch canvas as well as stretch and blook needlework and other textiles. We can also produce custom mirrors and dry erase/cork or chalk boards. In addition, Iron Range Custom Frames is working to develop r...
Greta’s Hallmark
Greta's Hallmark is your place for gifts, all kinds of greeting cards, candles, and those uniquely special U.P. items that will be great mementos of your Irownood area visit. Conveniently located right on U.S. 2 in Ironwood, there is plenty of free parking right beside the store. Stop in and linger--we have 1000's of cards and gift items for every occasion!
Chelsi's Corner
Chelsi's Corner features new ladies (and men's) clothing, accessories, bath soaps and lotions, and a unique selection of home goods. We are in downtown Ironwood, right across from the Historic Ironwood Theatre!. Like us on Facebook and get all our frequent specials and sales updates! We are also on the IronwoodGO smartphone app (free to download from the app store).
Iron Ink Tattoos and Piercings, LLC
Iron Ink provides custom tattoos, piercings, and a selection of clothing & jewelry. We are conveniently located in the heart of Ironwood at 337 East Ayer Street. Check out our Facebook page for some great pictures of our work!
Ben Franklin
The largest gift store in the U.P.! Stop in and visit us in Historic Downtown Ironwood! Ben Franklin has a complete line of home decor items, area souvenirs, apparel goods, and fabric. We also have an excellent art supply section, complete with good selection of adult coloring books as well as colored pencils, markers, and water colors. A walk down historic Aurora Street is never complete without at stop in at Ben Franklin!
Northstar Electronics & Appl
Northstar Electronics and Appliances in Ironwood is your one-stop shopping destination for all things electronic. We feature a wide range of TV and digital screens, phones, and various electronic components and hook-ups. Conveniently located on U.S. 2 at the West edge of Ironwood, Northstar features excellent customer service where a friendly and knowledgeable staff are there to help you. Stop in! You'll be glad you did.
Creative Spirits Rubberstamping & More
Creative Spirits is the largest rubber stamp and scrapbook store in the U.P and Northern Wisconsin. We have it all: albums, diecuts, card making supplies, adhesives, an expanding book selection and much more! Check out our website: sign up for classes, subscribe to our newsletter, and view the wide range of companies whose products we feature. Like us on Facebook!
Fabric Patch
"Quilting Headquarters of the North"--The Fabric Patch carries over 3,500 bolts of cotton quilting fabric as well as a huge selection of batiks, books, patterns, and kits. We also offer a wide variety of classes for all skill levels. Over 37 years in business!! Stop in, let our expertise and fantastic selection of materials and quilting supplies answer your quilting needs. The Fabric Patch is an authorized Husqvarna Viking sewing machine dealer. We are here to serve you--at Fabric Patch, creative ideas become reality!
St. Vincent de Paul
Located in Downtown Ironwood, the St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store is your complete source for used clothing, furniture, and a wide array of household items. Staffed by a very dedicated volunteer force, all the money earned by the Thrift Store is immediately re-invested in our community through the Food Pantry and Financial Aid Office, which are the other two arms of the St. Vincent DePaul operation. The Thrift Store is open Monday through Friday, from 10am to 4pm. Like us on Facebook! We post frequently! We use this means of communication to let our friends know of special sales, volunteer opportunities, and any special hours or events. Stop in! We have over 16,000 s...
Maurices is THE fashion store for women whoo embrace who they are and want to express their unique style. We offer real style for real lives, with a size range from 1 to 24. Check out our website! Our Ironwood store is very conveniently located just off U.S. 2 at 1448 East Cloverland. Plenty of parking space directly in front of the store!
Stormy Kromer
George Kromer was genuine. And that’s the way he set up this company, even though he never set out to start one in the first place. All he wanted was a piece of outdoor gear that worked as hard as he did. Mr. Kromer had his wife stitch together the first cap by hand over 100 years ago, and that’s how we still make his iconic hat today, right here in Ironwood, Michigan. Stop by our factory store to shop our complete product line or take our free factory tour weekdays at 1:30. Address: 1238 Wall Street Ironwood, MI 49938 Phone: (888) 455-2253 Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 am – 5 pm, Saturday: 9 am – noon Website: www.stormykromer.com
Stems Flower Shop
Stems Flower Shop offers a very wide array of floral arrangements and quality flowers. Conveniently located on South Lowell Street, just one-half block off of Aurora Street, in Historic Downtown Ironwood. Stems designs and creates modern arrangements for weddings, anniversaries, Valentine's day, birthdays, and funeral/memorial services. Like us on Facebook and follow our postings. You are sure to see an custom-created arrangement that will spark your interest! We look forward to serving you.
Bale Clock and Watch
Complete Clock and Watch sales, service, and repair. NEW LOCATION! Stop by and see us at 313 North Lake Street, Ironwood. New and used: Black Forest Cuckoo Clocks, Hermie & Howard Miller; Seiko; Pulsar; Speidel. Clock service calls in home. We sell watch bands, batteries, and crystals. Hours: M,Tu,Thurs,Fri: 10:00-5:30; Saturday: 10:00-2:00.


Looking out the Depot windows this fine Saturday morning, you sure can see that the sun is out!  And, it promises to actually be warm!  Our Chamber webcam shows the city dumptrucks parked in the Depot park lot, as today is Friends of the Iron Belle Trail clean-up day, from 9-11.   When I got here this morning at 7 there were already folks hiking the trail!   More than ever before, this "mile 0" section of the Iron Belle Trail is going to see heavy use this year, now that it is possible to walk/bike all the way to Bessemer on the paved trail.  This past week I put away all the "snow" cards in our display racks and put up the trail, Porkies, and Lake Gogebic Times for this year.   I might even put away that snow shovel today!   One other thought of Spring besides trail hiking:  clean-up!  The Chamber's City Wide Rummage Sale will be on Saturday June 3.  On this website, under "events" you can find the registration form to download and mail in here to the Chamber.   Whether you are on the hiking trail or on the "rummage trail" this Spring Ironwood is the place to be!   

Come out next week to the Gogebic County Fair, Thursday through Sunday, and stop by the Gogebic Chambers of Commerce booth in the Exposition Building.  We are only two booths up from the 4-H ice cream booth, and we welcome ice cream eaters as well!   Each Gogebic Chamber will have business cards, brochures, flyers, and maps that showcase the wide range of economic enterprises that make Gogebic county the place to visit and the place to have a home.  The Ironwood Chamber will have a special table in the booth, where Summer Raffle tickets will be sold (only $5 each, with prizes of $1,000, 500, 250, 100, and 50 to be awarded at the annual Chamber picnic in September) and where Hiawatha Statue Restoration contributions will be gratefully accepted.  See you at the Fair!!

Jack Frost Festival 2017


Season’s Greetings from the Jack Frost Festival Committee:

Planning is now underway for the 23nd Annual Jack Frost Festival of Lights Parade! The date for the parade is Saturday, December 2, 2017. The parade will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. in downtown Ironwood along Aurora Street, starting at the Ironwood Carnegie Library corner. Parade participants must be at their line-up position by 5:00 p.m. All parade staging areas will have section directors to assist you. You’ll be able to identify them by their safety vests.

Please get you registration forms in early.  This year's parade will not be televised, so line-up should go very smoothly.  Registrations need to be submitted to the Ironwood Chamber of Commerce office no later than Friday, November 24.  Please mail your form to Ironwood Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 45, Ironwood, MI 49938 or you can email to chamber@ironwoodchamber.org Unregistered units will not be allowed to participate in the parade.  Entries will be judged on the creative ways in which this year’s theme is portrayed through float/unit design and decoration. Not to confuse kids, no other “Santa” entries are allowed. Please keep in mind that this is a night-time parade: all entries must have lights. The Festival Organizing Committee reserves the right to reject any parade unit(s).    


The 2017 parade Grand Marshal is the Gogebic Range Robotics Team, and our parade theme is "A Mechanical Christmas."  Many of us have experienced the delight of an electric train running underneath the Christmas tree, the bell-like sounds of a music box playing carols, or even the famous revolving aluminim Christmas tree!  We also remember the toy lable that said "batteries not included".  This year's theme celebrates not only the constructive creativity displayed by the Gogebic Range Robotics Team, but also the many, many types of mechanical Christmas toys and decorations that showcase a seasonal inventive spirit!



Click here for the 2017 Jack Frost Parade Registration Form.


Click here for the 2017 Jack Frost Parade Rules.


Click here for the 2017 Jack Frost Decorating Registration.


Click here for the 2017 Frozen Rundra Registration Form.



2017 Jack Frost Festival Calendar of Events


1 November – 2 December:  WIMI/WJMS radio is sponsoring a business window decorating display contest.  Entry forms are available at the Ironwood Chamber of Commerce office, Hitt’s Fine Furniture, WIMI/WJMS radio offices, and ironwoodchamber.org


1 November – 1 December:  Ironwood Area Business and Professional Women’s Club 50/50 raffle.  Tickets ($1.00 each) are available at Chief Oil Co., Makela, Pollack, & Ahonen Accounting, Hitt’s Fine Furniture, and any IABPW member


15 November:  Old Depot Tree Lighting Ceremony takes place at 6:00 in Depot Park, Downtown Ironwood.  Music by L.L. Wright students.  Post-ceremony refreshments and 1905 historic reed organ “frosty” sing-along at the Chamber office.


18 November:  Ironwood Area Schools Event’s Committee Gingerbread House Workshop from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the elementary school lunchroom at the L.L. Wright building.  Gingerbread houses will be on display in the lobby of River Valley Bank starting Monday, 20 November. 


24 November:  Business window display decorating contest entries due to day at the Chamber of Commerce office in the Depot or at WJMS/WIMI office at 222 South Lawrence Street, Ironwood.


24 November:  Float and unit registration for the Jack Frost Festival Parade are due in the Chamber office at the Depot.  You can also email them into the chamber chamber@ironwoodchamber.org   



25 November:  “Line of Descent,” a film by Warren Miller exploring the world of ski culture around the globe.  Historic Ironwood Theatre, 7:30; Admission:  $15


1 December:  Official opening of Western U.P. Snowmobile Trails (weather permitting).


1 December:  St. Vincent DePaul of Ironwood 7th Annual Customer Appreciation Day from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the store on 216 West Aurora Street.  Coffee, cookies, & treats!


1 December:  WUPM 106.9 live radio broadcast from Hitt’s Fine Furniture in Ironwood.  Tune in from 9:00 to 12:00 to hear interviews with Jack Frost Festival event personages.


1 December:  Downtown Ironwood Development Authority presents “December First Friday” event in downtown Ironwood from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.   Live Christmas carol singing groups in different locations, “pop-up” craft market in the Historic Ironwood Theatre Concourse, and many “First Friday” in-store specials.


2 December:  2017 Frozen Rundra Road Race at the Gogebic-Ontonagon Community Action Agency, 100 South Mill Street, Bessemer, MI.  Race starts at 10:00 a.m., with brunch, raffle, and awards to follow.  Early registration by 17 November is $20 guarantees a T-shirt; $25 registration after this date to time of race.  Registration forms at the G-OCAA, Ironwood Chamber of Commerce office and website.


2 December:  Fire-On-The-Hill snowcross racing at Mt. Zion, Ironwood, MI.  Registration at Maplewood Restaurant, 156 East Cloverland Drive; practice runs on Friday, 1 December, from 10-4.  Saturday racing starts at 10:00 a.m.  Admission is $5, with kids under 12 free.


2 December:  Snowman Building Contest (assuming enough snow and cold!!) at Depot Park, Ironwood, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


2 December:  Reading of the Christmas Story at Heritage Christian Book, 610 Ayer Street, 10:00 a.m.  Treats and refreshments.  Music by the Genisot family.


2 December:  Dancing Raven Art Works, 321 South Suffolk, Ironwood.  Open house from 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. with live music, art demonstrations, today-only discounts, and refreshments.


2 December:  Ironwood Carnegie Library Open House from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.  Come early and enjoy a nice cup of hot cocoa.  Holiday craft sale and kid’s room.


2 December:  Santa and Mrs. Claus will be ready to listen to your gift requests in the main lobby of River Valley Bank, Downtown Ironwood, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.  [note:  this is before the parade]


2 December:  Historic Ironwood Theatre presents an old-time Christmas Cartoon Special from 4:00 to 5:30.


2 December:  Jack Frost Festival of Lights Parade at 6:00 p.m., Downtown Ironwood.  Grand Marshal:  Gogebic Range Robotics Team.  Float entries due by Friday, 24 November, at the Chamber office.   [note:  this parade will not be televised]


2 December:  Gogebic Range Band Concert at the Historic Ironwood Theatre after the Jack Frost Festival Parade (7:45ish).  Come in, warm up, and enjoy some great holiday music.


5 December:  25th Annual Tree of Love Lighting Ceremony at Aspirus Grand View Hospital, Ironwood, MI at 6:30 p.m.


9 December:  The Ironwood Chamber Singers 24th Annual Christmas concert will be at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, 108 South Marquette Street, at 7:00 p.m.


9 December:  Oma and Carey Township’s Christmas Party at Oma Town Hall, Highway 51, Hurley, WI.  Pot-luck dinner, musical program, and social for area residents and friends.


10 December:  The Ironwood Chamber Singers 24th Annual Christmas concert (2nd performance) will be at 4:00 at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, Ironwood.


17 December: Historic Ironwood Theatre presents “The Letterman Christmas,” at 6:00 p.m. Reserved seats in advance, $30; general admission, $25; student general admission, $5.



30 December:  Pro Vintage Snowmobile Race at Gogebic County Fairgrounds, Ironwood, MI.  Racing from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. https://provintageracing.com/


5 January:  Depot Dash in Ironwood’s Depot Park.  Kids 10 and under free cross-country ski event will take place at 4:00 p.m.


6 January:  Ironwood Snowmobile Olympus and TRL race at the Gogebic County Fairgrounds



6 January:  The 9th Annual SISU Nordic Ski Festival begins at ABR Ski Trails and will “finnish” in Downtown Ironwood.   http://www.sisuskifest.com/


27 January:  “After-burner” Christmas Tree Burning Event, Norrie Amateur Sports Club, Ironwood, 7:00 p.m.








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