In keeping with
the spirit of positive growth, the Boyceville area has joined with the
greater Menomonie area focus on accentuating the highlights of smaller
town living. Beautiful scenery, abundant recreation, good schools and
friendly people all make this modest but modern hamlet a wonderful place
now home to over 30+ businesses and is pastored by seven churches.
Residents and businesses regularly and enthusiastically support and
sponsor various community events and the locals can always count on
delicious suppers and ice cream socials from the churches.
The big annual
event in Boyceville is the "Cucumber Festival" (AKA Pickle
Fest), which takes place each
August. Named for a tradition in Boyceville's past history, the festival
is chock full of special events and continues to grow and draw visitors
from near and far every year.
To enjoy small
town shops with that country flavor of old and new, try Boyceville area
antique shops. On Main Street you will find some of the old blended with
the new at the "Corner Cupboard". This delightful shop specializes in
country home decor, made fresh daily pies and lunch. Across the street
from the Corner Cupboard you will find "This, That, and Everything", an
antique and craft shop. If you can't get enough antiques and crafts, the
proprietors of these shops will send you further in the right direction.
and consider our small town for your new residence and/or recreation -
it's middle America through and through!