Wabeno Bandshell Park
The curved Wabeno bandshell boldly announces itself along Highway 32 which passes through the center of the community. A Memorial Walkway with a flagpole sits in front of it with engraved brick pavers commemorating community members while benches surround the Walkway; Twenty-two foot Larry the Log Roller stands next to it. Artistic wrought iron fencing styled with evergreen trees and deer decorate the side stage areas of the shell. In May 2011, the band shell was destroyed by a storm, however with much community effort in May 2012, it was restored. The September 9, 2013 Pioneer Press describes the official dedication of it with Louis Mallow describing how his father had been part of the creation and construction of the original bandshell in 1941.
From Wabeno's First 100 Years, 1897-1997, Compiled and Composed by Lynn LaRock, Mike Monte, and Linda Monte at the Pioneer Express, Crandon.
Musical events are held during the summer such as Steam Up Days and the Wabeno Art and Music Festival in early August.