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|Family owned and operated, 41 Auto Stop is the premiere auto service center in Oconto. Conveniently located on Highway 41 in the north end of town, we offer full auto repair services to our customers. In addition, we take pride in providing excellent customer service – you can always expect to be greeted by our smiling, friendly employees.Our goal at 41 Auto Stop is to do the job correctly the first time, so that you don’t need to worry about problems with your automobile. We offer full repair services for both foreign and domestic automobiles, both new and used. Our ASE certified technicians are knowledgeable and experienced, so you can be sure that your will receive quality, reliable service for your automobile.
Our Auto Repair Services include:
- Oil Changes
- Tire Balancing
- Computerized Engine Controls
- Transmission Overhauls
- Engine Repair
Abrams Spotlight Productions, Inc. is a non-profit community theatre organization formed January 2003. Since 2007 we have been presenting three plays per year in our home, The Byng Community Theater. The theater was formerly the St. Louis Catholic Church in Abrams and we have done much to update the facility to make it performance-ready. We have installed a stage, lighting, a small dressing room, costume and props storage, and converted the vestibule area into a concession stand. We have also made use of existing office space by making one the Box Office with a ticket window and the other a sewing/costume area. There are changes for the better taking place all the time. Our organization and the theater has become popular with Abrams and the surrounding communities. We have been involving children from age four and adults of all ages in acting, singing and dancing. We have also been training young adults to perform the lighting, sound, and backstage duties. We feel we are promoting the arts in young and old alike. Taking part in the productions has been wonderful for all involved and we have built many friendships through our involvement. Please come and visit us at our next show!
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Website: BayCare Clinic
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This historic house was built in 1868 by Cyrus and Kitty Hart; it is believed to be one of the first brick homes in the county with the bricks being shipped to Oconto from DePere. The building passed through several owners before becoming the home of George and Fanny Beyer in 1881. Though the original structure was an Italianate-style, the Beyers remodeled it into a Queen Anne style home adding a wrap-around porch, three-story tower room and entry, a south bay addition, and new windows, many of which included leaded glass.
In 1941, the county acquired this home and turned it over to the county historical society with the stipulation that it become a museum for all to enjoy. During the 1970s, the society undertook a complete interior restoration of the home to the 1890s. Now the building is open to the public as a fine example of how the small town wealthy lived. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
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The Brothers Three offers full service 7 days a week, including delivery, carry – out, banquet and catering services. Our menu is not limited to only Pizzas and Italian cuisine; we have a variety of selections to suit every appetite. We truly have something for everyone!!! Our goal is to provide you with the best food, service, quality and hospitality.
The Brothers Three in Oconto has been serving you since 1981. The building was originally Holt & Balcom’s Saw Mill Co. and is over 155 yrs. old.