Autism Night at the Central Wisconsin Children's Museum
On the first Monday of every month, CWCM hosts a night open exclusively to familes with autistic children. This is an opportunity to come play in a less overwhelming environment.
The program is free and is open 5-8 pm.
Welcome to the Oshcars, an awards-show-themed exhibit that celebrates outstanding artifacts from the Oshkosh Public Museum’s collections. More than 100 star-quality artifacts heat up the red carpet as they compete in 20 historically themed categories. Meet VIP artifacts and collection celebrities and listen to their personal interviews about their rise to fame in this clever, Hollywood-esque exhibit. Then, become an Academy member and cast your votes for the prestigious awards, to be announced at a formal awards ceremony in spring 2013.
The Hmong are an Ancient Culture. The Hmong are Allies. The Hmong are Refugees. The Hmong are Neighbors. Discover the Hmong culture- from their transition to the U.S., to a traditional Hmong house built on Neville grounds- in this exciting exhibit.
Come join us this winter at Globe University in Green Bay! The campus has opened its doors to the public for winter hall walking, November 1, 2012 - March 31, 2013. Beat the winter blues and come walk around our second floor loop for exercise. All are welcome. The campus is open Monday - Friday 8:00AM-8:00PM, Friday 8:00AM-4:00PM, and Saturday 9:00AM-2:00PM.
See the figures that once adorned the H.C. Prange’s department store windows in this holiday favorite!Visit Santa, Bruce the Spruce and the Children Only Shop too!
Lawrence University hosts a 1,000-square-foot national traveling exhibition that examines how President Lincoln used the U.S. Constitution to confront the intertwined crises of state secession, slavery and wartime civil liberties during the Civil War. Each section highlights different aspects of Lincoln's presidency and his struggle to resolve the basic questions that divided Americans: Was the United States truly one nation or was it a confederacy of sovereign states? How could a country founded on the belief that "all men are created equal" tolerate slavery? In a national crisis, would civil liberties be secure? The exhibition includes reproductions of original documents, including a draft of Lincoln's first inaugural speech, the Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth Amendment. The exhibition, which runs Dec. 12 to Feb. 8, 2013, and is free and open to the public.
The Winter 2013 adult non-credit language courses will be in session Jan. 7-March 14, 2013. The deadline for registration is Jan. 2, 2013.
The courses below are available for St. Norbert College Community members and alumni for a reduced cost.
(*) If you do not have the textbook from the previous level class, this course will cost an additional $10.
Celebrate American Bald Eagles and have fun with snow while staying warm and dry. All month we will make eagle paperbag puppets, paper snowflakes, indoor "insta-snow", huge crystals and learn about eagles, polymers and crystals. Free with admission; $12/family, $5/adult, $4/senior, $3/child. Monday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm