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.
Fertile Ground: Art and Agriculture features historic paintings and prints from the Neville's permanent collection, folk art and contemporary artwork by Wisconsin artists.
Fertile Ground: Art and Agriculture is part of the Brown County Federation of History Museums 2012 programs.
Free community band concert at Meyer Theatre. Doors open at 6pm concert begins at 7pm.
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.
Snowdrop WI will be collecting new toys from 11/5-12/21 that will be delivered to pediatric cancer patients at Childrens Hopsital on Christmas Eve.
Toy Drop Locations
Special Service Partners-1265 Gillingham Rd, Neenah 54956 Secura Insurance-2401 S. Memorial Dr, Appleton 54915 Fleet Feet Fox Valley-3404 W.College Ave, Appleton 54913 Bellin XL-1630 Commanche Ave, Green Bay 54313 The Little Diner Xpress-1939 N.Richmond St. Appleton 54911
Snowdrop Foundation Mission Statement Snowdrop Foundation provides funding for continued pediatric cancer research, along with scholarships to pediatric cancer patients and childhood cancer survivors. For more information, please visit www.snowdropfoundation.org
Mike Underwood is an extremely versatile percussionist from the Fox Valley of Wisconsin. He started his musical career early, performing as an actor in local musical companies. He later began studying percussion and was hired to play in the pit orchestras. Throughout high school Mike played with numerous symphony orchestras, jazz bands, wind ensembles and rock groups. After getting accepted as a music performance major at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, he studied under Dr. Payton MacDonald and Dr. Alison Shaw. He explored many aspects of the percussion family including drum set, mallet percussion, hand percussion, orchestral percussion and steel drum.
What kind of cymbals are the best? Try them all and decide which sound is yours! A “crash” course in history, styles, brands and uses for the beloved cymbal. Grab your favorite stick and try out various ride cymbals. Experience different bell and shoulder shapes, hammering and lathing patterns, and an assortment of sizes and thickness - these all contribute to the final sound. Use different techniques and sticks to find out what tones are possible. Compare with a cymbal you know to find out how it might work in your drum set! Bring in your cymbals for a lesson on matching.
The Door County Invasive Species Team (DCIST) will be hosting a public meeting on November 19th from 6-7:30pm at the Forestville Town Hall at 7705 County H in the Town of Forestville, Southern Door County. The DCIST coordinator will be presenting information about invasive species and our efforts around Door County.This includes a discussion on our current projects and initiatives, plans for the future, and how DCIST can work with and be a resource to private landowners.DCIST has had a great deal of success this past year in Southern Door County – but we need your help to continue!We hope you’ll help us carry on our mission – to halt the invasion of exotic non-native plants by empowering citizens with the education, the tools and the skills necessary to control these species.For more information please contact Kari Hagenow, DCIST Coordinator, at (920) 743-8695 or email@example.com.