Now in its third year, the Great Paper Airplane Toss – Flight vs. Drugssponsored by the Partners In Education Drug Alliance has established itself as one of Green Bay’s premiere family-friendly events.Family members of all ages, Pre-K through high school, parents and grandparents, have an opportunity to spend quality time together at Lambeau Field.Once there, they compete with other attendees in their own age brackets as they toss their hand-folded paper airplanes from the second floor walkway onto the football field-marked Atrium floor below.Airplanes landing closest to the floor markers and the airplane with the longest flight will be awarded United States savings bonds.Families can attend any time between 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Costs: Kids receive one free airplane; additional paper can be purchased for $0.25 each.
Appearing on stage with a stool, a microphone, and a can of Diet Pepsi, Paula Poundstone is delighting crowds around the country. Paula’s ability to create humor on the spot is legendary and with her casual air, impeccable timing and razor-sharp wit.
Outstanding performances will be a highlight at the event including exciting classical music, powerful jazz, and magnificent dance. Children will be able to get hands-on art experience through participation in a variety of creative art and music activities. The event also boasts an array of special gourmet items to choose from.
Gunther von Hagens’ BODY WORLDS 1 is the first anatomical exhibition of plastinated human bodies which was made available to the wide public. Since 1995, it's attracted nearly 25 million visitors in over 40 cities in Asia, Europe, and North America. And it's coming to the Milwaukee Public Museum beginning January 18th for a limited engagement.
See the human body like never before. From individual organs to whole-body plastinates, BODY WORLDS 1 offers visitors a rare opportunity to see the complexity of human anatomy and physiology.
Never before has an exhibition offered such an intimate look at the human body. More than 200 real human specimens -- whole bodies, healthy and diseased organs, body sections and slices -- present a one-of-a-kind anatomy and physiology lesson.
See how your body's systems relate to one another and work in concert to help you function and survive.
17th Annual Rural Christian Women's Conference
February 2, 2008 at Wautoma High School in Wautoma, WI
Cost is $30.00
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. (Coffee and muffins provided)
Program from 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lunch included - catered by Christiano's
Printable registrations are available online at www.rcwcpresents.com or call 920 787-2681 on Monday, Wednesday, or Thursdays only please between 9 am and 3 pm.
This year's conference theme is "Come to the Table" with guest presenters Kathy Troccoli and Ellie Lafaro. Their program is called "Spaghetti for the Soul" and they will be providing speaking and singing. They have been traveling across the country and reaching lots of women for Christ. We are expecting a large turnout, so register early! Our complete brochure is available for viewing at the website above.
We are a not-for-profit group that sponsors a conference for rural women who might not otherwise have the opportunity to attend an event of this type usually held in a bigger city. Our costs are minimal to allow a more affordable day out for women of all ages.
The Central Wisconsin Children's Museum will be hosting a traveling exhibit featuring a train with all the bells and whistles. Climb aboard Brio's giant interactive train set to pull levers, load cargo, and see what it takes to get goods from the farm to the market. This exhibit is sponsored by Sentry Foundation and is open during regular museum hours.
"A tout de suite," ("Right Now," 95 min., Not Rated)
Part of the 2008 month-long Tournees French Film Festival, hosted by Lawrence University. The film will be shown in French with English subtitles. Admission is $3 at the door.
Lili, an impulsive, 19-year-old living in Paris, meets a mysterious, young Moroccan man with whom she falls instantly in love. After learning of his involvement in a botched bank robbery, she flees Paris with him and his two friends, embarking on a cross-continent escape through Spain, Morocco and Greece. As the police close in, Lili is abandoned and left penniless in Athens. She eventually returns to Paris hoping to pick up the pieces of her life, but never quite recovers.
Outagamie Conservation Club 37th Annual Snowmobile/ATV Races
Free Admission; Parking $5
Registration: 7:30 am - 10:30 am, Races start at Noon
Dance: 6 pm - 10 pm with music by Brahma
Call 920-757-6253 for more information
Lawrence University's Black Organization of Students will host the seventh annual Celebration of Black Heritage dinner and program. This year's theme for the event is “Coming From Where I’m From: Celebrating the African Diaspora at Lawrence.”
The celebration includes an ethnic dinner, followed by a program featuring readings, singing and traditional dances from Africa and Jamaica performed by Lawrence students. Members of Black Organization of Students also will share stories of their personal experiences.
Artists-in-Residence Program at The Mill Boutique (inside Paper Creations)
February 2 1:00-4:00 Connie Greany, Fine Lines
Clay demonstration/workshop. Stamping materials, clay and glazing provided.
425 West Water Street, Appleton, WI Located in the former Atlas Mill next to the Paper Discovery Museum
Come and meet our "Artists-in-Residence". Learn about their passions and register for their classes. Please tell us what classes you might want to take. Our artists' passions are quilted and wool felted items, beading/wire wrapping/sterling jewelry/French beading, silk painting, card making/rubber stamping, watercolor/oils, pottery, photography, knitting/crocheting, basket weaving and dichroic glass.
Sandy Mader and Shari Hendrickson SanSharee Jewelry and Bodacious Basketry 830-0051 and 738-0752 1022 Goss Avenue Menasha, WI 54952