Outhouses are built out of wood and cardboard, and must have a toilet seat and roll of toilet paper inside. They (outhouses) must be put on skis (metal will be disqualified) and pushed 50 feet one-by-one by two racers. Push bars are not to exceed 16 inches for adult racers, and children 12 and under should have push bars on each side for safety. Skis or a toboggan may be used for children runners. This year’s theme is “Bring Your Dear to the 15th Ever Trenary Outhouse Classic.”
Many prizes, cash prizes and drawings will also be available. All proceeds are given back to the Trenary community.
Entry pins are $1 in advance or $2 the day of the race. For more information on dimensions and categories of outhouses or to register, contact Dianne at (906) 446-3210, Sherry at 446-3471 or Cindy at (906) 387-5806.
Mark Hall, left, and Darick Leitner both of Marquette push their outhouse down a snowy and wet mainstreet as crowds pack in to witness a past Trenary Outhouse Classic. This year’s 15th annual Trenary Outhouse Classic is scheduled for the last Saturday in February, Feb. 23. (Daily Press file photo)
Fact BoxIf you go
What Trenary Outhouse Races
When Saturday, Feb. 23
here Main Street, Trenary