Explore Wisconsin’s long and rich deer hunting tradition with this outdoorsmen’s dream exhibit. Trophy bucks, classic guns and interactive displays give a detailed look at the history and heritage of Wisconsin’s annual rite of autumn. The exhibit tracks various hunting trends and techniques, from prehistoric pursuits to the rise of the bow hunter, and captures the thrill of the hunt as it takes visitors inside the state’s most scared sporting season.
The Small Business Called "You", workshop is just what you need, just when you need it! Explore starting a small business and learn about the three critical things you MUST do to launch and sustain a business. Whether you want to or currently operate a part-time, home-based business, a micro-business, a small business or an entrepreneurial firm, this session provides you with the information you need. Learn about resources available and why a business plan is essential to your success. Learn from successful, local entrepreneurs, small business owners, and home-based solopreneurs who share their insight. Leave this energizing, uplifting workshop knowing how the FVTC Venture Center can help build the business of your future from idea, to launch, to sustainability.
Looking for Vendors and Crafters for two shows to be held this Spring....One in Oconto and the other in Marinette.
Dates to be determined. Looking for unique items!
Ysaye Barnwell, a member of the the African-American female a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock, delivers the keynote address at the 20th annual community celebration of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Building a Vocal Community: The Enduring Spirit of Dr. King.”
The celebration features music selections performed by Lawrence University students, student essay contest winners reading their essays, and the presentation of the Jane LaChapelle McCarty Unity in Diversity Award in recognition of an area individual who has made great strides in bringing different people in the community together. A reception for all in attendance will be held following the event. The celebration is free and open to the public.