The Door County Cooperative Country Store and Rental is holding a Farmer's Market on Wednesday evenings from 4-7 pm. No fees or booth charges, just set up a table and sell! Call John or Trisha at (920) 743-3422 for more information
Fearless Freelancers Writer's Group
2597 West Mason
1st and 3rd Wed of the month 7pm
Join us for feedback and encouragement on your writing journey.
It takes a long time and a lot of work to heal the pain that comes with the breakup of a marriage. DivorceCare is a weekly seminar and support group for people who are separate or divorced. DC4K (DivorceCare for kids) is designed to bring healing to children of divorce and give them hope and tools to develop healthier relationships within their own families. For more information and directions visit our website at www.newhopedepere.com or call New Hope at 964-0143.
Each session is "self-contained" and participants are welcome to begin any week in the series. The series repeats every 13 weeks enabling you to attend until you are comfortable with all topics.
Griefshare is a support group and class offered every wednesday evening starting September 15, 2010 and ending December 8, 2010 (13 sessions). It is located at Crossroads Community Church, 530 South Oakland Street Green Bay, WI from 6 - 8:30 pm.
It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you've lost a spouse, child, family member or friend, you've probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. Come and talk with us and let us help you face the challenges you see and move toward rebuilding your life.
First Lutheran Church will holds a brand new contemporary worship service called "Cross Current". This service will be held every Wednesday night at 6:05 in the fellowship hall of First Lutheran Church at 521 N. 8th St. in Manitowoc. Everyone is welcome to attend! If you have any questions please call the church office at 920 682-7742.
Wild Air is offering “open gym” totoddlers (ages 1-5) and theirparents-adults are free!
Only $4.85 per child.
This is an unsupervised activity,
children must be accompanied by an adult.
Call (920)830-2200 for any questions.
Little Chute Community Band accepts volunteer members from Little Chute and surrounding communities. High school, college, professional and continuing players welcome to visit! We meet Wednesday nights 7-8:30PM in the Little Chute Library building. We are practicing for our Summer in the Park concert series! The group provides service to Little Chute and neighboring communities through park concerts, nursing home performances, and collections of goods to be donated to local charities. We also take part in social events outside of rehearsals and concerts.
Appleton Historical Society. The Appleton Historical Society meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except December) from 7-9pm to discuss, share and promote Appleton history. All are welcome! Each meeting will feature a guest speaker or discussion of Appleton artifacts. Meetings are held at Atlas Coffee Mill, 425 W. Water Street. For more information or to volunteer your time visit our website at www.focol.org/appletonhistory or call (920) 540-3699.
Upcoming events: March 16 Tom McNeely will discuss the history of Appleton streetcars and interurbans April 20 Jane Azzi will discuss the history of the Richmond Brothers' Mill, Appleton's first paper mill.
March 19 History Fair at the Farmer's Market. Held during the Indoor Winter Farmer’s Market, 9-12:30. Come learn more about the history of Appleton! Collections of Appleton artifacts, maps and photos. An Appleton Historical Society member will demonstrate how to scan, save and touch up old photos. If you are interested in displaying your Appleton collection, please contact 540-3699
This film traces the origins of the modern environmental movement through the eyes of nine Americans who propelled the movement from its beginnings in the 1950s to its moment of triumph in 1970 with the original Earth Day and to its status as a major political force in America.
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Seminar - The Silent Killer
What is an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm? The aorta is the largest vessel which carries blood to vital organs.An aneurysm is defined as an enlargement of a blood vessel.The abdominal aorta is the most common location of aneurysm disease in humans.As an aneurysm enlarges, the stress on the wall increases and may lead to a ruptured aneurysm. Are You At Risk? ·Over 55 years of age ·History of Smoking ·Family History of Abdominal Aortic Disease(AAA) ·Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
·Hypertension-high blood pressure
Dr. Robert Ballard will be presenting vital information about this silent killer that affects more than 200,000 people every year.He will also perform a free screening for individuals who are at risk for developing this major health problem.If you are interested in having a FREE screening you will need to refrain from eating after 2:00 PM. Please call Fox Valley Surgical Associates at:920-358-1759 to reserve your seat for this important free event. ·Date:Wednesday, April 20, 2011 ·Time:6:00 – 10:00 p.m. ·Where:Radisson Paper Valley Hotel, in the Great Hall, Appleton
The Green Bay Chapter of the Eagles Club (FOE) a local non-profit, 501(c)(3), fraternal organization will be holding an all-you-can-eat chili supper fundraiser on Wednesday, April 20, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.Menu includes chili and fixins’.Cost is $6.00 per person.All proceeds benefit the Eagles Club and its many charities.One block east of N Webster Ave via N Clay St.Public is welcome.Call the Club after 3:00 p.m. on weekdays for more information (435-9714).
The opening tournament of the 2011 AIM Pro Walleye Series features a $30,000 cash prize to the winner. Events include a charity walk to raise funds and awareness of juvenile diabetes in Winneconne on April 16. Meet the pros and get autographs that evening. The actual tournament--featuriing AIM's unique catch-record-release format, which ensures that fish are returned to the water where they were caught within minutes, begins on April 20. Local co-anglers also will be competing in boats with pros from across the nation. The unique "virtual weigh-in" will take place inside Critters Sports in Winneconne and can also be seen live on the Internet at www.aimfishing.com each day.
Starting with a walk for Diabetes on April 16, pros will vie for cash and other prizes in this kickoff event for four tournaments across the Midwest. AIM tournaments operate on a catch-record-release basis. Fish are returned unharmed to the lake after measuring. Boats will launch at the city park. A "virtual weigh-in" takes place each afternoon inside Critters Sports in Winneconne. It also will be broadcast live at AIM's Website.
Green Bay HuHot Mongolian Grill has announced Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers will receive the Helping Hand$ donation for the month of April. Crime Stopper Board members will be present on April 20, 2011 to help with the grilling, waiting on tables, and welcoming guests. Visit HuHot Mongolian Grill during April to support Crime Stoppers.
WHAT: Free Concert in the Park
WHEN: April 20, 2011 from 4:00pm until 7:00pm
WHERE: Deacon Mills Park, Green Lake Wisconsin 54941
This will be the second annual Free 420 Concert in the Park hosted by the Northern Wisconsin chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
Green Lake Wisconsin will come alive with the one of the first spring outdoor concert events of the year. Music from the rock n roll band A Royal Clark will be featured. An impromptu acoustical performance from local musicians and a return of Al “Goodheart” Baker, sacred carrier of Ojibwe song and drum may be included in the event. Of course we expect spoken words by hemp cannabis activists to fill the air. We remind participants that this is not Madison and filling the air with cannabis smoke is not allowed, in fact; smoking of any form maybe prohibited in Deacon Mills park.
We may see fire of a different kind when joined by artists spinning and breathing fire. These performers generally juggle, dance, and twirl to entertain us in a very unique way.
Vendors including food/beverage, NORML merchandise, as well as a variety of wares are planned. Booths from Treating Yourself Magazine, THC-Tshirts, local chapters of NORML, P.A.M.P. (People Against Marijuana Prohibition), The WisconsinTeaPotPary, The Health Advocates Society, GreenWebDesign, Green Life Systems LLC and Magic Hat Glass.
NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED TO ATTEND and the event is free. Our meetings are open to the general public, supporters and members alike. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.NorthernWINORML.org for more information.