Join us !Saturday Mornings Year ‘round~ 4th Saturday of the month Serving Family-Style from 8:00to 10:00 am at
West Side Moravian Church
1707 SouthOneida Street -Green Bay
(Corner of Oneida and Liberty Streets)
Free Meal Sponsored by Loaves & Fishes Community Meals Ministry For more Information call(920) 499-4433
Fresh produce, breads, meats, poultry, cheese, handmade crafts and more.
Sign up for a chance at a $30 OSFM Shopping Spree.Obtain an entry from each vendor you buy from.
Enjoy the music of 50% Folk 9:00-12:00.
The Sturgeon Bay Farm and Craft Market will be in progress every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until noon, June 4th through October 29th.The Saturday Morning Farm and Craft Market is held at Market Square, 421 Michigan Street in downtown Sturgeon Bay. There is a great variety of locally grown produce to choose from, beautiful flowers, and delicious foods.There is also a great selection of hand crafted items from jewelry to art to outdoor furniture. Patronize the Saturday morning Farm and Craft Market in Sturgeon Bay for your home grown and hand crafted items-there is something for everyone! For more information call the Sturgeon Bay Parks Department at: 920-746-2914
“The Smell of the Kill” comedy by author Michele Lowe. Performed by Maximum Voice Theatre. Directed by: Michael J. Laskowski The story: Take three delicious, malicious wives, add three miserable, unloving husbands – and chill. That’s the recipe of Michele Lowe’s tantalizing new comedy that had Broadway audiences cheering. The Smell of the Kill revolves around Nicky, Debra, and Molly who have tolerated one another during once-a-month dinners for years. While their unseen spouses play golf in the dining room, the women exchange confidences for the first time revealing that all three marriages are on the brink of disaster and all three women are facing the challenges of their lives. Nicky’s husband has been indicted for embezzlement, Molly’s husband is stalking her and Debra’s husband is leaving her for another woman. When the men mistakenly lock themselves in a basement meat locker the women are faced with a life-or-death decision – should they leave the men out in the cold – permanently – or let them thaw? General Admission: $16/Show Only *Matinee Discount: $14/Seniors (over 60) and Students *Please call for group discount pricing!
Date and Show Times: September 22nd: 7:30PM September 23rd: 7:30PM September 24th: 1:30PM and 7:30PM
Saturday, September 24, 2011
8:00AM Entry Fees: $12 Single, $25.00 Family [Day of Race:$15.00 Single, $30.00 Family]
This event was inspired by a desire to honor our loved ones who have passed away within our bleeding disorder community.
In doing so, we would like to develop a garden & memorial walkmade up of individual bricks.
These may be with the names ofour loved ones who have passed,as well as the people of ouractive community and families. To help offset the cost of this walk, we are “Walking For The Walk”.
All monies raised will go for the HOC Garden/Memorial Walk .
Custom Memorial bricks can be purchased after January 2012.
Oshkosh 40th Annual Gem & Mineral Show, Sat, Sept. 24th, 9AM-5PM & Sun, Sept. 25th, 10AM-4PM: Featuring Rocks, Minerals & Fossils / Lapidary Arts & jewelry / Over 80 Vendor Tables / Demonstrators / Exhibits / Kids Events // $2 Admission, Students $1 with ID, Kids under 12 FREE. Located at Sunnyview Expo Center, 500 E. County Road Y, Oshkosh. For more information contact Bob Fox at 920-235-4669 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Concessions provided by UW Oshkosh Geology Club.
Experience Anne Frank’s life before the War. Make a diary and explore the museum on a scavenger hunt. Bring your family to take silly or serious pictures, create a charm bracelet to unite your own family memories, and more!
Choose from three sessions: 9-11am, 11am-1pm, or 1-3pm.
Cost (includes admission): $9.00/ child, $2.00/adult. Cost for Friends of the Neville Members: $7/child, free/adult.
Pre-registration recommended. To register or for more information, contact Matt Welter, Curator of Education, at (920) 448-7851 or click here to email him.
A fun and competitive 5k run and family walk, taking place in Francis Creek Wi. at Pla-Mor Park. The participants run or walk on an old railroad track that has been converted to a trail. It is a very scenic trail that starts and finishes at the park. For further details and registration forms contact Scott Bohman at email@example.com
The day is dedicated to the children of the fox valley. Kids Day Fox Valley 2011 will include free safety tips, fire prevention, scoliosis screenings, and FUN! Free inflatable bouncers, face painting, balloons, race car, fire truck, squad car, karate and dance demos, and Army HumVee, upon others. There will be a special appearance by Fang from the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and Happy from Happy Joe’s. 20 brand new bicycles will be given away!
The Art-Craftic On Broadway is an alternative "arts & crafts" street fair held in downtown Green Bay in the historic Broadway district. This event will concentrate on 100 independent, DIY artists and craftspeople, encouraging interaction between maker and buyer, while showcasing a wide variety of handmade talents.
Who puts this show together?
Art-Craftic On Broadway is the combined effort of The Gift Itself Art & Jewelry Gallery, On Broadway, Inc. (OBI) and the Northeastern Wisconsin Arts Council (newARTS).
What types of things will be for sale at Art-Craftic On Broadway?
All kinds of awesome items! You’ll find silk screen prints and tees, innovative jewelry, sock monkeys with teeth, stuffed animals, knitted accessories, felted items, hand bound books, spun yarns, stationary, magazines, housewares and much more!
Bill Jamerson, author, filmmaker and songwriter, will give a concert in the Great Room at Navarino Nature Center taking you back to the days of the Lumberjacks and tall tales.Tickets: $8 in advance, $10 at the door.Contact 715-758-6999
Five Village of Allouez private homes, chosen for their historical significance and unique architectural style, will be available to the public for tours. Volunteer docents will provide interpretation. The event will support several future H.A.S. projects including markers for former sites of historical importance in Allouez; printing of educational materials for in-school presentations;and funds for refurbishing the chapel in Allouez Cemetery.
Daily 10am-4pm No Registration necessary.
Enjoy paper crafts, games & scavenger hunts unique to 4 different countries. Also learn about the histoy of papermaking in each region. All of these hands-on activities are included in the regular admission price.
This year marks the 30th Anniversary of Green Bay’s own downtown arts festival: Artstreet. Beginning August 20, just one week before the 2011 Artstreet festival, the Neville is offering an exhibit looking back at 30 fun-filled years of artistic energy.
See a small exhibit on what, where and how bulk raw materials are delivered to, and removed from, Green Bay and the economic impact it has on our local economy.
The 21st Annual MDA Dog Walk
Saturday Sept 24 2011
8:30 am Registration
8:45 dog Contests
9:00am Walk Begins
At the Wildlife Sanctuary
Green Bay Wi
Walk/Run up to 5K
Walkers $20.00 Entry Fee
Includes MDA shirt
Children under 12 Free!!
PreRegister Call MDA 499-4571
Packerland Kennel Club 468-5580
Golrusk Petcare Center East 468-7956 or West 884-1895
Brown County Ag & Extension Service Center1150 Bellevue St.Green Bay
2 mile walk with 1 mile option to Step Up the Fight against PKD, a life-threatening genetic disease that affects 11,000 in Wisconsin. 300 walkers and volunteers from Northeast WI. needed to raise awareness of PKDand $31,000 locally to find a cure. Registration online at www.pkdcure.org/greenbaywalk or onsite at 9:00 day of walk. Walk at 10:00 Family friendly - food, clown, face painting, bounce house, Dottie the donor mascot, and DJ-emcee Dan Markus, 103.1 WOGB. Also basket raffle and prizes. Questions or to volunteer contact Kathy at 920-465-6037 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Savannah's Pay it Forward Foundation - 2nd Annual Drive to Dive Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24th, 2011 at Hickory Hills Country Club in Chilton, WI. This Tournament represents the main fundraising event of the year for our flagship charity: The Calumet County Rescue Dive Team, which provides emergency response to boating/fishing accidents on the east side of Lake Winnebago. The Dive team is made up of volunteers from within the Counties' 12 fire departments. This event is also held in the memory of 9 year old Savannah Kleinhans and her father Danial, who lost their lives on Valentine's Day 2009 during opening day of the Sturgeon season.
This is a best ball tournament with a fire engine start at noon. Entry fee is $65.00 per person and teams can be two of four people but everyone will golf as a foursome. Included in the entry is: 18 holes w/cart, tournament T-shirt, meal, prizes, DJ, free beer and soda following golf. Non golfing friends and Family are welcome to join in on the fun at 4:00 pm for $15.00 per person which includes meal, free beer and soda. Registration forms are available at Vogel Chevrolet - Kiel, WI, Hickory Hills - Chilton, WI, www.spiffonline.org or by calling Jason Presto at 920-286-0717. PLEASE REGISTER BY SEPTEMBER 6TH TO ASSURE T-SHIRT SIZES.
Event Highlights include a chance to win a brand new GM/Chevy vehicle for a hole in one, sponsored by Vogel Chevrolet, Kiel, WI. Many other great items to be won including a Ping putter, (4) 18 holes of golf at Horseshoe Bay Resort in Egg Harbor, WI a private member only resort, Overnight at Country Inn & Suites with (2) 18 holes of golf at Whispering Springs in FDL, other golf/dining certificates and lots of other great prizes all donated by local businesses. Please join us for this fun event and life saving cause.
Although it's tempting to call Brantley Gilbert a country artist -- he certainly embraces the outlaw country side of things -- in many ways his music is closer to the heartland sentiments of artists like John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen, and perhaps most apt, Steve Earle.
Verizon Wireless is offering a free technology basic workshop at the company’s Fond du Lac store, located at 467 N. Rolling Meadows Drive, on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Reservations are required by registering online at www.verizonwireless.com/workshops. Seating is limited.
The workshop is geared toward helping customers get the most out of their advanced wireless devices by learning about new features and technologies, such as 4G LTE, explore useful data apps and offer an open forum to address questions.
Additionally, Verizon Wireless offers customers a free online learning center, making it easier and faster for customers to get the most out of their devices and services by learning the functions and features—on their own schedule. Log in for online tutorials anytime by visiting www.verizonwireless.com/learning.
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!
Join us at Mulberry Lane Petting Farm and celebrate the PuMpKiN Harvest.
Pick your own FREE PuMpKiN from the PuMpKiN Patch Sept 23 - Oct 31 with paid admission.
But first enjoy a guided tour of the farm with the opportunity to:
* Milk a Cow * Catch a Chicken * Kiss a Pig * Cuddle a Kitten * Hand feed Goats and Sheep * Ride a Pony * Enjoy a Hayride * and More!
Caramel Apples, Pumpkin Cookies, Pumpkin Muffins, Farmer Barb's Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup and Sloppy Joes available too!
It'll be a yummy good time!
FUN RAISER FOR ALL VETERANS AND VETERANS FAMILIES.
D&D LANDSCAPE & NURSERY
Enjoy some good old, free, family fun! There will be: pick your own apples, horse and wagon rides, variety of foods to taste, caramel apple making, apple cider press, Rhea the trick horse and pony rides, historic log home tours, time period clothing, old time games, Oneida Farmers Market, and $200 best apple pie contest.
The Healthy Youth Coalition and the Menominee Recreation Department will be holding the first annual "Cow-A-Bunga Bingo" fundraiser. A cow will graze on a grid of sqaures at Duby Park and wherever the first three cow pies land - winners will be drawn! Purchase a square for $5 or 6 for $25.
First prize $750 - Second Prize $500 - Third Prize $250
Tickets are on sale now! To purchase tickets: Contact HYC at 906-863-5665 ext 38 or the Menominee Recreation Department at 906-863-1737.
Proceeds will go directly to the Healthy Youth Coalition Sustainability Fund and the Menominee Recreation Department's Scholarship Fund! Visit www.cityofmenominee.org (Recreation Department) for official rules.
Weekend event that is free. Meet and learn about alpacas, spinning demos and alapca products. Open both day 10am-4pm.
Silent Auction/ 50/50 Raffle/ Bucket Raffle/ Live Music/ Food
Great Family Day
All Proceeds will go to help pay Medical Bills acquired during Johns battle with Brain Cancer and to his three children to continue their education.
St. Mary\St. Michael Community Festival
19 S. CTY RD J in Clarks Mills
(2.5 miles north of Valders)
Saturday, September 24th, 2011
9am – 10pm
GAMES & BOUNCE HOUSE
OUTDOOR POLKA MASS AT 4:00
Celebrated by Fr. Dan Schuster, with the OK Konop Dance Band
* STRAWBERRY JAM BAND *5:30-9:30
TRIVIA CONTEST at 7:30
Featuring the:KENDUCKY DERBY DUCK RACE at 6:30
1ST Place - $1,000, 2nd Place - $300with numerous other prizes Last Duck to finish - $25
Buy 1 duck for $5 or 6 ducks for $20.
RaceTickets Available at St. Mary & St. Michael Parishes
Or Call 920-775-4366.Tickets will be available the day of the event.
·Proceeds to benefit St. Mary\St. Michael School
This free fall festival features a farmers market, food-related vendors, art exhibits, free refreshments, and prize drawings. Visitors can tour the fully-equipped, shared-use commercial kitchen and find out about upcoming classes as well as see current students’ art work on display.
Among the participating vendors are Matu’s Antipasto, produced by Tina Erickson of Buff’s Fine Foods; Evie’s Garlic Italian Dressing and Marinade Spice mixes by Deb Church and Renee Tousignant; Home Baked Goods from Mom K’s Kitchen by Cindy Krzywicki; Joan’s Deluxe Granola by Joan Pataconi; Rockin’ Rooster’s Wraps ‘n Rolls, by Lyn Anderson; and Andrea’s Sweet Designs by Andrea Moratti – all of these vendors are using the Woodland Kitchen as their business incubator.
Mark was recently diagnosed with stage 4 Bile Duct Cancer.
It will be a singles 9 pin bowling tournament, meat raffles, raffles, and food all day long.
Bowling is open to the first 32 people, so call ahead and sign up early if u would like:) there will be an optional 4pm shift also..
$20.00/per person for bowling= ( $5 per bowler to bowl 3 games, $15 per bowler to cancer benefit.)
To save your spot call Joe @ 715-856-5531.
WE WILL ALSO BE HAVING MEAT RAFFLES, BUCKET RAFFLES, A FOOTBALL SIGNED BY THE 2010 PACKER SUPERBOWL TEAM AND FOOD!!
Money raised is for helping to pay incurred medical costs.
any other questions please facebook me, Nicole Hood Stapleford or call me at 715-927-4988
if u would like to send a donation you can send it to me nicole stapleford@ N11433 Lovers Ln. Wausaukee, WI 54177
Russ's Cycle Shop & Flips Country Club 5th Annual Breast Cancer Run
Proceeds To Benefit Ribbons of Hope
Sept. 24th 2011
Registration begins at 9:00 at Flips Country Club
2372 Doran St. Oconto Wi.
The ride leaves at 11:00. All Vehicles welcome
Food, music, Raffles, Silent auction and Paddle Wheel prizes
$10 Per Person Donation
Join the ladies of our Valley Chapter, as they host the first Women's Whistlers event, to benefit the wetland restoration, and youth education works of the Wisconsin Waterfowl Association. Your $55 entry fee includes a wonderful luncheon spread, plus your annual Membership dues, and a 1 year subscription to Wisconsin Waterfowl magazine, plus our monthly Members E-news updates. Play games to earn chances to win great prizes including trips, outdoor gear, and even firearms! Also, contact us to learn how to help out the Harbor House, at this event!
Fall Art Fair at the Settlement Shops is on Saturday, September 24, from 10-5. Capture the autumn spirit in beautiful Door County. Local and regional artists will be exhibiting their work in a relaxing setting that promises a fun, personal shopping experience. Meet the artists and hear the story behind the work you are purchasing, or commission a new work by an artist you admire.
As you stroll the paths you’ll find a variety of paintings, jewelry, photography, fine paper art, and stained glass, complementing the unique items available in the shops. There will be music by the Heuer Brothers (sure, you can dance!), snacks and sandwiches for a light lunch, and that wonderful quiche from Sweetie Pies.
Don’t miss this day of art, food, and music September 24 at the Settlement Shops, one mile south of Fish Creek on Highway 42. For information call 920 868 9222.
East Town Mall's Second Annual Fall Infant/Children's Rummage Sale.Vendors will be selling gently used infant and children's clothing, toys, and miscellaneous items.
Bring the Family for a fun day including pumpkin painting, Hayrides, Crafters, Chili Cookoff, Bake off, Booyah, brats, burgers and beverages. For more information call 715-276-3344.
Take County Road M out of Shawano 4 miles. Left on Rocky Ridge Lane, continue on road until you see the alpacas.
Lena Area Garden Tractor Pullers Association Fall Classic
Friday, September 23 at 7pm
Saturday, September 24 at 1pm
Rain date of Sunday, September 25 at 11am
Rays' Boneyard in Lena, Highway 141
$3.00 daily or $5.00 weekend pass (12 and under FREE)
See Mini Rods, Outlaws, Modifieds, Pro-Stock, Stock
Fur Colors to Benefit Door County Humane Society held at Stove Dog Bakery 230 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay, WI. Pet Costume Parade. $5.00 entry fee. Prizes for costumes and games. Food, 50/50 raffle, Games. All proceeds and entry fees to Door County Humane Society. Parade starts at 11:30 a.m. Questions call: Stove Dog Bakery 920-746-9000
East Town Mall's Second Annual Fall Infant/Children's Rummage Sale.Vendors will be selling gently used infant and children's clothing, toys, and miscellaneous items.