Registration is now open for the 2008 Musical Theatre Boot Camp, presented by vocal coach Robyn Metko. Designed to prepare students ages 12 - 16 for musical theatre auditions and live performances, this activity based class introduces participants to the techniques used by professional stage entertainers. The 2008 session is scheduled for the weeks of July 7th and 14th. Visit www.robynmetko.com for more information and to request a registration form.
Wolf River Stars, Inc Cheer and Dance Registraion runs from April 15, 2008 thru September 15, 2008.
If you are looking for an organization which encourages team spirit, leadership, honesty, hard work while having fun. You will find them all with the Wolf River Stars.
Come join us for our 2008.2009 season.
For more information call Tamie @ 920.982.6244 or Cecelia Bos @ 920.428.4778 or check out our website at www.wolfriverstars.com
Olde Ellison Bay Days is a 2day celebration beginning on June 28th at 9Am-5PM, and again on Sunday, June 29th from 10-4PM. It is sponsored by the Ellison Bay Service Club and is their major fund raiser for the year. All events take place at the Ellison Bay Park located on Hwy 42 in Ellison Bay. There is a 2 day Art and Craft Show, music, food on the grounds, A trolley for transportation, Parade on Sunday Morning. Silent auction, strawberry shortcake and fun for the children in the park.
Please join us for our 2nd annual Pensaukee Fire Department Cookout to be held at Dale and Jane's Pub located at 4609 Brookside Road Abrmas WI. We will be having burgers and brats. We will also be having a paddle wheel along with 50/50 raffles. Proceeds will be use to purchase needed equipment.
chicken bbq. located on the corner of highway 49 and county road HH in west bloomfield. there will be raffles,games,and music.
Re-enactors will be portraying the lives of French, British, and Americans in the Fur Trade Area. Visit with them as they show various activities and life-ways of the people who explored, hunted, and lived in the area we call Green Bay. Discover the importance of this area to Europeans as they explored, settled and fought for this land.
Some of the programs during this day are as follows. Times and activities subject to change.
Join us as we raise the flags of France, England and America, the three flags that flew over the area we call Green Bay. We will begin at the Fur Trade Cabin and proceed to the Court House. The American flag will be raised at Ft. Howard.
French, British and American soldiers will perform military tactics on the Growing Community Green. Watch as Officers train their troops
French, British and American soldiers will recreate a skirmish on the Growing Community Green. Find out who will be victorious.
Retiring the Flags
The flags of France, Britain and America will be retired at the end of the day. We will begin at the Fur Trade Cabin and proceed to the Court House. The American flag will be lowered at Ft. Howard.
Re-enactors will be doing living history throughout the day. Visit their camps and learn about those who lived in Green Bay.
Sunday, June 29, 2008 at 6:30 pm Meyer Theater. KIDS FROM WISCONSIN. Sponsored by Ashwaubenon Music Parents Association. Tickets available from Ticketstaronline.com.
PICNIC & PARADE
JUNE 27, 28, & 29, 2008
Friday June 27
Stands open at 5:00 P.M.
Perch Plates & Fish Sandwiches
Brats, Burgers, Steak Sandwiches (Served all weekend)
2nd Annual Biker Sunday to take place on Sunday June 29th begining at 11:30am with a special Biker Service. Registration and ride to follow at 12:30pm. Food, fun and music from 4-7pm. Great fun for the whole family. Call 920-686-1200 for more details.
The Einstein Project’s 2008 Butterflies & Friends on Parade
Presented by Green Bay Packaging & Schreiber Foods, the 2008 Butterflies & Friends on Parade event is a community-wide art exhibit featuring the creative interpretations of artists on aluminum and fiberglass forms representing butterflies and frogs, and new this year, cranes which have been created from the ground up by the artists.
The pieces are located along the Fox River – from Leicht Park on the west side, south to the Walnut Street bridge, and continuing south on the east side of the river along the Fox River Trail.
Artists, both amateur and professional, from around Wisconsin created 32 fantastic pieces such as 57 Monarch (butterfly designed to look like a 1957 Chevy), Blue Boy the Blue Heron (plate steel crane) and Panamanian Golden Frog (a critically endangered frog).
The works will be on display throughout the summer. The finale to the Parade will be a September 23rd auction where the art pieces will be sold, with all proceeds benefiting The Einstein Project, a non-profit school-business-community partnership dedicated to improving the quality of science education for K-8 students in the state.
Complete maps listing the locations of the pieces are available at The Einstein Project, and will be placed in businesses throughout the area in the coming weeks. For a complete list of artists and locations, go to The Einstein Project website at www.einsteinproject.org.
St. Patrick Parish Picnic in Stiles is June 29th. This is a fun family social with adult and children games. The day will begin with an outdoor Mass at 10:30 AM on the picnic grounds by the Rummage Hall. Other events include: Raffles, silent auction & paddle wheeel. Food will include: Booyah, burgers, brats, homemade bakery and more. There will be a bouncer and large slide for the kids.
The Fox Valley Two Cylinder Club is hosting an Antique Farm Tractor Show at the Appleton Machine Shed Restaurant on Sunday June 29th from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM. Admission is free to the public. Antique Farm Tractors and Machinery will be on display for the whole family to see.
WISCONSIN SYMPHONIC WINDS
Rob McWilliams, Conductor/Artistic Director
IN CONCERT Infinite Horizons Sunday, June 29, 2008 7:30 p.m.
UW - OSHKOSH
ARTS AND COMMUNICATION BUILDING
Corner of Elmwood Ave. and Vine
Great band classics played by 50 professional musicians Featuring works by John Cheetham, George Farmer Frank Ticheli, Percy Grainger, Anthony Iannaccone and John Philip Sousa