Come to the museum and dig into some big projects for little fingers. Wear your easy-to-wash clothes and get ready for some fun!
Open swim times are held every Friday from 11:00-1:00, Saturdays from 12:00-1:30 and Sundays from 12:00-2:00. Come experience Swimtastic‘s 90 degree water and family friendly facility. Students can show mom and dad what they have learned in swim lessons and practice their new skills. Come check us out and feel how warm our water is for yourselves!
Celebration Academy is offering a weekly story hour for young children – Friday mornings at 9:30 am at the 9th Street Wellness Center, 1028 9th Street, Green Bay, WI 54304. The story hour is free. An optional craft project related to the book is available after reading the story. The craft project fee is $2. Reservations may be made at 490-9699.
The exhibition features early students of Harvey Littleton who have carried on his legacy by further developing and sharing glass as a studio art. Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4:30pm Sunday 1-4:30pm Shop hours the same Admission to the museum is free, donations are appreciated and essential to our operations.
Fish Fry Fridays, and anytime club is open, is a fund raiser to help Veterans in need in the community. Tues. - Sat. open to the public at 3pm. AMVETS Take Cover is at 1807 N. Irwin Ave. Operated entirely with volunteers to raise funds to help Veterans. Helping hands to help those in need.
Freedom Friday features Dave Sky with his 12 string guitar and great music with the Veterans regular Fish Fry every 1st Friday of the month. Proceeds go to help Veterans in the community. This is an all volunteer event.
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.
Swim times on Fridays 11am-12pm, Saturdays 12pm-1: 30pm, and Sundays 12pm-2pm starting Sept 1, 2011 through Dec 19, 2011
Bring your whole family to enjoy Swimtastic Swim School's 90-degree water, palm tree shower, and water slide!
Call for a FREE Family Swim Pass!
Swimtastic Swim School
1420 University Dr
Menasha, WI 54952
Early 20th-century prints, paintings and drawings from Lawrence University's La Vera Pohl German Expressionist collection and photographs of sculptures and earthworks by Australian artist Andrew Rogers will be featured in the latest exhibition at Lawrence University's Wriston Art Center galleries. The exhibition runs Sept. 21 to Nov. 20.
Erica Scheinberg, lecturer of music at Lawrence, and Leslie Walfish, acting director of the Wriston galleries, open the exhibition with a presentation on German Expressionist music and art, Friday, Sept. 21 at 6 p.m., followed by a reception. Free and open to the public.
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.
Church Women United in Outagamie County is sponsoring World Community Day 2012 on Friday, Nov. 2 at Christ the King ELCA Church, 601 S. Washington St., Combined Locks. Registration begins at 9am, including coffee & conversation, with the program beginning at 9:30am. Our theme is "Abiding in Community". Envision the sights & sounds of harmony as everyone prays for peace & justice. Guest speaker Dr. Doug Dugal, follower of the Sikh religion, will be present to discuss his faith and will accept questions from the audience.
The Appleton North High School Theatre and Music Departments will present the Wisconsin non-professional premiere of the Tony award-winning Musical, Monty Python’s Spamalot.Admission is $12.Tickets can be purchased at the North box office, Mondays and Thursdays from 3:30-5:30 PM or by calling 920-997-3994 or e-mailing email@example.com.Tickets can also be purchased on line at www.appletonnoththeatre.com
This zany, adult-themed spoof on Sesame Street revolves around the main character, Princeton, who has just graduated from college with a B.A. in English. He moves into an apartment in New York City in the only neighborhood he can afford, on Avenue Q. Oddly enough, in this neighborhood, the superintendent is actor Gary Coleman. There, Princeton and his neighbors cope with the struggles of real life, learning that you cannot necessarily count on things turning out as you would like.
The show opens on November 1 and runs until November 4 with show times being: November 1 - 3 at 7:30pm and November 4 at 2:00pm. Times listed are EST.
The Pulaski Music Boosters are pleased to present the Let Me Be Frank production of GREASE TRAP at Pulaski High School on Friday, November 2nd, 2012.
Have you ever been to Kroll’s Restaurant in Green Bay?Well, Frank’s Mom & Dad meet there in 1961, and they are taking you back!Join the waitresses and cooks at the best place to have a burger!All your favorite songs from Grease the musical as well as your favorites from the 1950’s and 1960’s.
See this hilarious show at Pulaski High School, Ripley Performing Arts Center on Friday, November 2nd, 2012 at 7:00pm.Tickets are $30 (including tax) and proceeds will benefit the Pulaski Music Boosters, which supports the high school band and choir programs.
IT’S A HARD KNOCK LIFE!ANNIE TO WOW AUDIENCES AT DENMARK HIGH SCHOOL Denmark, WI, USA-October 5, 2012-Denmark High School students will present their fall musical, “Annie”, the first two weekends in November. With its hopeful message and unwavering belief in a better tomorrow, Annie became one of the biggest Broadway musical hits of the 1970s, running for almost six years and playing 2,377 performances, and is now in the midst of its Broadway revival in New York. The musical won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Book (Thomas Meehan) and Best Score (Charles Strouse, Martin Charnin), the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, seven Drama Desk Awards including Best Musical, and the Grammy for Best Cast Show Album.
Based on the popular comic strip, “Little Orphan Annie” by Harold Gray, this show is a true delight.A timeless classic filled with good humor and a great message, Annie has continued to entertain audiences for years.The score contains a number of memorable songs, such as “Tomorrow” and “It’s a Hard Knock Life,” among many others.The students will wow you with their interpretation of the characters and Broadway-caliber choreography.
The cast includes:Mackenzie Linzmeier, whose vocal prowess and presence is unforgettable in the lead role of Annie; D.J. Ullman as the stoic and commanding Daddy Warbucks; Makayla Johnson, who becomes the lousy lush Miss Hannigan (you will surely laugh at loud at her portrayal); Laura Duescher as Warbucks’ even-keeled, in control secretary, Grace Farrell; and Tiffany Polzin as Molly, the smallest, most precious orphan whose performance is absolutely adorable.A talented group of elementary, middle, and high school students round out the cast as orphans, servants, Hooverville and New York City folks, and other colorful characters.The show is directed by David and Jennifer Harper, Heidi Linden and Lindsey Bosetski (student director).
For the first time, the musical will be performed over two weekends.The dates are: November 1, 2, 3, 9 and 10 with shows at 7:00 pm.The closing performance will be Sunday, November 11 at 2:00 pm.Advance tickets go on sale for $8.00 in mid October and will also be available at the door for $10.00.Annie is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. 421 West 54th Street New York, NY 10019 Tel: (212)-541-4684 Fax: (212)-397-4684 www.MTIShows.com
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.
The Alley Cats are Coming! The Alley Cats are Coming!
The Alley Cats, an awesome aCapella group from California, are back in Wisconsin for a public performance with proceeds benefiting the Town of Calumet Fire Department. The Alley Cats will be performing November 2nd at Maximillians in Mount Calvary, WI. The show time is 8:00 and the ticket cost is $25. Please tell all your friends and family to join us for a great night of Doo-Wop music and laughter! Tickets can be purchased from Maximillians in Mount Calvary, WI at 920-753-2853 or by contacting Jason Freund at 920-979-6623. Tickets are limited to 300, so if you are interested please don't hesitate. Please visit www.thealleycats.com or www.calumetfire.com for information. Hope to see you there!
Appleton East High School Theater Department presents the musical comedy of “The Producers”.Tickets are available online at aeproducers.net Admission: $12 main floor, $10 balcony.Box office open school days 10:30-1:15 and 3:30-4:30, phone 832-5733.
Daniel Kuzuhara is a third-year undergraduate studying piano performance with a pedagogy emphasis at Lawrence University Conservatory of Music. Daniel started playing the piano in 1997, and studied with an educator from the Madison Area Piano Teachers’ Association. Daniel now studies under Anthony Padilla, associate professor at Lawrence.
Throughout Daniel’s musical career, he has had many noteworthy honors, including top marks from the National Federation of Music Clubs Festival and the Wisconsin School of Music Association’s Solo and Ensemble festival. His most noteworthy achievements include winning the annual Middleton High School Concerto Competition in 2010, winning the 2011 Neale-Silva Competition and earning high marks from the Bruce P. Carlson Competition held by the Schubert Club.
Daniel also teaches piano lessons outside of performing at Lawrence University.