Improve your public speaking and presentation skills in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere at Toastmasters Club meetings. Meetings are open to the public; guests are always welcome to attend. For more information check out our websites: www.greenbaytoastmasters.org AND www.toastmasters.org
Open Acoustic Jam!
The Attic Books & Coffee
4th Sunday of every month, 2-4pm
Bring instruments and/or voices and join in the fun!
June 22 - 26, 2011.
Come ride along with Thomas the Tank Engine. Have your picture taken with Sir Topham Hatt. Stop by the Imagination Station for temporary tattoos, arts and crafts and storytelling. Visit the big gift shop tent.
Tickets available at our website. Advance reservations are strongly recommended.
Beer Belly Two-Mile Run/Walk for Charity Date:June 26, 2011 Time:10:30 a.m. Location:Idlewild Park (Start/Finish Line is at the Park Shelter located behind Suamico Village Hall) 2999 Lakeview Drive Suamico, WI54173 Link for more Information & Registration:www.gbit.com/beerbelly/ Race Information: Pre-race pick-up: Saturday, June 25 from 4-7 p.m. Sunday, June 26 from 7:45-10 a.m. at the Idlewild Park Shelter building (note that all runners' chips must be picked up on Sunday). The Beer Belly Two is an annual two-mile family run/walk with three root beer/beer/water stops. The event is held for the sole purpose of raising funds for local charities as these organizations reach out to various segments of need within Brown County, and therefore touch a myriad of individuals within Northeastern Wisconsin: The Golden House, Families of Children with Cancer, The Ecumenical Partnership for Housing and the Brown County Food and Hunger Network.
Heritage Hill State Historical Park is please to welcome re-enactors from across the state for its Civil War Reenactment weekend Saturday, June 25th and Sunday, June 26 from 10:00am to 4:30pm each day. Visitors will have the opportunity to view demonstrations of Civil War life from both the military and civilian perspectivies, including the weapons they used. A special treat for the youth is an opportunity to become a soldier for a part of the day, complete with marching, training and eating lunch with your fellow Civil War soldiers. Also, Gnome Games will set up a re-creation of the 1st battle of Bull Run (Manasses). This will be done through a miniature battlefield with soldiers. Each soldier will tell a story and encourage the visitor to live that experience with their soldier...including his fate. At 2pm a fictional battle will be reenacted on the Growing Community green. Follwoing the battle there will be a parade of soldiers from both the Confederate and Union camps.
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!
Come experience a safe place to find freedom from life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups.
We’ve all been hurt by other people, we’ve hurt ourselves, and we’ve hurt others. And as a result, every single one of us ends up with some sort or hurt, hang-up or habit. Experience fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through Celebrate Recovery.
Touch the Wonders of Mulberry Lane Petting Farm (MLF). At MLF you not only see but interact with all of the farm animals. During your hands-on guided tour you can milk a cow, catch a chicken, kiss a pig, cuddle a kitten, ride a pony, enjoy a hayride & more!
You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the farm.
Tours begin continuously between 10-1 Wed/Thurs/Fri and 10-2 Sat/Sun. Farm closes 2 hours after departure of last tour.
Island Resort Championship at Sweetgrass
June 24 – 26, 2011
An LPGA Futures Tour Official Event
Location: Sweetgrass Golf Club – 2 hours north of Green Bay on Hwy 41 in Harris, MI
The brightest young golf stars vie for a spot with the LPGA during the Island Resort Championship at Sweetgrass June 24 – 26 in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
It’s the only professional golf event in Wisconsin and Michigan this year; bringing together 150 women from 31 nations.
Have your picture taken with players – Get free autographs!
For more information, visit Sweetgrass Golf Club dot com or “LIKE” us on Facebook today!
Tickets: just $10 for all three days.
Tickets can be purchased from the Island Ticket Office, or by phone with credit card:906-466-2941 ext. 5001 / 877-ISL-SHOW
Running a Fall Marathon or Half-Marathon? Not everyone can finish in the top 10%. Who cares?! Join the Fox Cities Marathon staff and Fleet Feet Sports to learn lessons from newly successful marathon & half-marathon finishers about their experiences mid-pack. We'll talk about:
Training Tips and Tricks you won't read about in a book
Marathon Jargon (What is Taper? What does it mean to 'Hit the Wall'?)
Key Pitfalls to avoid during training and as the race approaches
Get need-to-know information about the FCM Routes--both the half and full
Plus, sign up for the FCM half or full marathon that night and receive a discount on your entry fee!!
Mark Your Calendars. Bring your training buddies and your training questions & get them answered before you make the same mistakes we've made!! Thinking about a marathon or half-marathon? Get ahead of the game.
Shawano County Brunch on the Farm
Sunday, June 26th, 2011 9:00AM-1:00PM
Tim and Kristy Paiser, W9388 Butternut Road, Shawano, WI 54166
Tickets are $7/person, children 6 and under are free. Tickets at the door.
Brunch includes scrambled eggs with ham, pork sausages, hash browns, cheese, cinnamon bread/butter, cottage cheese, milk, juice,
and ice cream with eiher strawberries or maple syrup.
The public can tour the dairy and watch the cows being milked, miniature horse pulled cart rides, petting zoo, polka band, "Addie" the mechanical
milking cow, childrens games with prizes, pedal tractor pull with awards, beef samples and many other fun and educational activities.
Carnival Games, "Gizmo" the Magician, Live Music ~ by 1st Degree
Tons of Food Including Booyah, Taste fo Mexico, Burgers, Brats, Chicken, Nachos, carmel apples, popcorn, Icw Cream, Refreshments, ect.
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!!!!
A Door County singing group featuring a variety of music.
A summer kids’ event called PandaMania will be hosted at FirstUnited Methodist Church from June 26th to June 29th. Kids explore a bamboo forest filled with crazy pandas, as they discover that God loves us. Kids participate in memorable Bible-learning activities, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, dig into yummy treats, experience electrifying Bible adventures, and create crafts they’ll take home and play with all summer long.
Plus, kids will learn to look for evidence of God all around them through something called God Sightings. Each day concludes with a Rowdy Wrap-Up—a celebration that gets everyone involved in living what they’ve learned. Family members and friends (also called Very Important Pandas) are encouraged to join in daily for this special time.
PandaMania is for kids ages 3 through 5th gradeand will run Sunday, June 26th from 9am – noon and Monday through Wednesday, June 26th – 29th from 6-8:15pm. The cost to participate is $7/child or $14/family.For more information, call 235-8430.
The Bugsy Co-ed Softball Classic
12th Annual Charity Event - June 24-26
Optimist Park, S. Broadway, De Pere
Friday 7PM - 10PM: 16 Team Bracket Draw & Lumaroke
Come worship in Shattuck Park with Faith United Methodist Church and hear the pastor give the message from a boat! Music will be provided during the service by the Swing'n Angels Christian Big Band. The band will play a concert in the park after the service.
St. Mary Parish Picnic "In the Good Ole Summertime"
Live Music by:" Power Play"
Competition between Sr. Pam & Fr. Doug--"Ole Fashioned Lawn Games"
Nativity Of Our Lord Parish Picnic, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Sunday, June 26. Outdoor Bluegrass Mass at 10:15 AM. Entertainment by Bent Grass & Friends and
Randy Peterson. Refreshments, brats, burgers, corn roast, pulled pork sandwich, ice cream, bakery, bingo, silent auction, raffle, inflatables and children's games.
2270 S. Oneida St., Ashwaubenon.
Pleae come out and join is at our 5th annual cookout for the Pensaukee Fire Department. This event will be held at Dale and Jane's Pub locate at 4609 Brookside Road. We will be serving brats and hamburgers. We will be having 50/50 raffles as well as a paddle wheel. Come out and enjoy great food and support your local volunteer Fire Department.
Kickin It Old School RETRO Vacation Bible School
June 26-June 30
Join us as we take a trip back in time to the decades of the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's and Kick It Old School! If you are a child going into 4K - 6th grade you won't want to miss this, as we will have retro snacks, games, songs and crafts! AND if you register by June 13th you will get a FREE Kickin' It Old School VBS T-shirt. Did I mention our VBS is FREE!
PARENTS!!!!- if your child is not a regular part of our children's program, their attendance could earn you up to $30 in FREE gas. We want to help you kick it old school with the gas prices!
Rummage and Clothing Sale - Sat 9AM-4PM, Sun 11:30AM-4-PM
Household items, furniture, dorm furniture, clothing all sizes, bake sale.
The Door County Renaissance Faire offers a great opportunity for family "edutainment". Less than an hour from Green Bay but a quantum leap back in time, visitors will experience interactive living history demonstrations with a Royal court, Knights on horseback, merchants, crafters and music from the early 1500s. Rain or Shine - Weekends ONLY!
$9 (Kids 5 - 15 & Seniors 60+)
$12 (Ages 16 - 59)
Under 5 and Military (with ID) FREE
$1 Discount at gate for donation of Non-perishable food item or dressing in period appropriate "garb"
An American Concert
With a 10th anniversary Tribute of 9/11
featuring a number of local talent members of St Paul's Lutheran Church and the community.
Bring your lawn chairs for this great outdoor concert.
A Free will offering with proceeds to benefit The State Firemen and Police Memorials
Sun June 26 Concert begins at 6 pm
Concession stand with burgers and hotdogs opens at 5 pm.