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!
The Green Bay Chapter of the Eagles Club (FOE) a local non-profit, 501(c)(3), fraternal organization will be holding a fish fry fundraiser every Friday night from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. from September 9, 2011 through April 27 , 2012 (except November 25, 2011).Menu includes perch, pike, salmon, shrimp, hamburger basket, and chicken tenders basket; take out available.Call the Club after 3:00 p.m. on weekdays for more information (435-9714).All proceeds benefit the Eagles Club and its many charities.One block east of N Webster Ave via N Clay St.Public is welcome.
Classes held every Tuesday and Friday evening. September topic: "Are There Mistakes In The Bible?"
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 5th Annual ICS
Ladder of Hope Fundraiser
Benefitting the Self Sufficiency and Leaving Homelessness Behind Programs
What was Appleton like during the Progressive Era (1850 – 1920)? The turn of the century was a period of speculation and excitement. Americans felt the excitement of world fairs and new technologies entering their daily lives. This new exhibit at the History Museum hinges on Appleton’s evolution from a fledgling manufacturing town to a modern industrial center. Through a collection of 3,000 photographs, amateur photographer W.D. Schlafer captured this rapidly changing environment during the Progressive Era in the Fox Cities. Visitors will see how much Appleton and the Fox Cities evolved as new technologies and ideas changed the lives of area residents during this transformative period.
Where can you play the stock market, run your own lemonade stand, put your face on a million dollar bill, and see samples of currency from pounds to pesos? In Moneyville, that’s where! This exciting new exhibit at the Neville Public Museum will have you seeing money in a whole new way. Ideal for kids grade K-8.
Sponsored by: U.S. BANCORP, National Science Foundation, Rotary International, KC Stock Foundation, Bill Buerschinger.
Geology Rocks! incorporates history, art, personal experiences, group activities, regional jobs and Wisconsin’s third largest industry. This exhibit has it all: fossils, gems, jewelry, killer asteroids, volcanoes, earthquakes, minerals, lapidary, crystals, bedrock, mining, collecting, exhibit graphics and hands-on interactives… and, of course, lots of fascinating rocks!
local artist to display art work at mosquito hill nature center new london wi., march 3 thru april 29 2012.
Step into a comical world of 1950's pop culture with Ricky Bernstein's Kitchen Dreams. Using glass, aluminum and childhood memories, artist Ricky Bernstein pieces together everyday life through a caricature of social roles and cultural icons. Bernstein;s life-sized collages animate a bold, bright, somewhat surreal world, bound to bring you a good belly laugh. 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.
Eat Well, Play Well, a special exhibit running April 7 to Sept. 9 at The Building for Kids Children’s Museum, encourages healthy living by teaching the science of making healthy food choices and helping children and adults discover there are many fun and interesting ways to stay active.Visitors will discover through interactive exhibits what an appropriate serving size looks like, see firsthand what it takes to burn off calories, test their flexibility and balance, review the latest clinical research and realize they can reduce their risk of disease with healthy choices
Consisting of 48 individual mosaics created by people affected by cancer and other illnesses, the mosaic wall uses creative self-expression as a powerful vehicle for holistic healing of body, mind, and spirit. This project is sponcered by Beacon House, Inc., a non-profit, volunteer sustained resourse center in Green Bay whose mission is to support the life changing process of healing. Event is free. Will be on exhibit April 13 through 30, 2012.
Freedom Moravian Church located at W3457 Center Valley Road, Town of Freedom, is having itís annual Rummage Sale on Friday, April 20 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday April 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Church Social Hall. Clothing, household items, craft creations will be on sale; a bake sale offering bars, cookies, pies, and breads plus a perennial plant sale will also be taking place. Come early for the best selection !! For the bargain hunter, all items that can be fit in a bag will cost only $2 all Saturday morning!!
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.
Come out to A's Restaurant & Music Cafe for great food, music and a nice evening out. Nice atmosphere. Tarl will be playing at the piano bar, so bring your requests. Hope to see you there.
Harmony Café celebrates the end of the Day of Silence each year by holding a Night of Noise—A Breaking the Silence Celebration with GSA's from around the Fox Valley
There will be: Open Mic to share your experiences of the DOS Photo Collage on the Big Screen (bring your pix from the DOS to be shown!!) Buttons for sale & make you own! Keynote Speaker MORE!!!!
Lets make this the biggest and Night of Noise ever!!!
Brought to you by: PFLAG, Reach Counseling, Community for Hope, Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley, UW Fox Valley, PRIDE@K-C, Harmony Cafe GLBT Services
The Lawrence Symphony Orchestra, Concert Choir, Cantala women's choir and Viking Chorale join forces to perform George Frideric Handel's most popular work. Student soloists and chamber orchestra will present the famous arias in the story of Jesus Christ from prophecy to birth, death and resurrection.