Camp Hope is an 11 week summer day camp that runs 7am-5pm Monday through Friday at the Salvation Army here in Green Bay. Bay beach, Brewers games, parks, numerous swimming pools, and the Tundra Lodge are just a handful of the field trips Camp Hope will be participating in this summer. Gym games, Education, Arts and Crafts, and Computers are just a few of our in-house activities. Financial assistance is available and qualifying families pay only $20 per week!!!!
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
Prices are $8 adult, $7 senior citizen, $6 children 5-17, and 4 and under are free. If you get a park membership you can come to the park all week and pay only once (does not include Beer Tasting on 7/19). Park membership details www.heritagehillgb.org/membership
Many people have seen these beautiful horses on television commercials and advertisements. A few have traveled to the Anheuser-Busch plant in St. Louis, Missouri to see for themselves. Today see these ambassadors of the Anheuser-Busch family in person and up close at Heritage Hill. Besides viewing these fine horses on the park grounds check out our special programming featuring the history of the Budweiser Clydesdale Horses, and visit historic guides representing over three centuries of Northeastern Wisconsin history.
Museum Curators, Geology Club members, and a guest archeologist can help identify the age, origin, and use of one of your "attic treasures". This is a free event.
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.
Attic Theatre and Appleton Parks and Rec present "Story Theatre" a play for children with a cast of children. The play tells well-known Grimm's fairy tales and Aesop's fables through improvisation and creative dramatics. Tickets are $5.00 and are available through the Attic Theatre website: www.attictheatreinc.com or by calling Appleton Parks and Rec at 920-832-5905. After July 8 tickets will be available at the Einstein Middle school box office.
A new traveling exhibition documenting the parallel lives and diplomatic ties of President Abraham Lincoln and Russian Tsar Alexander II. Walk through each leader’s early years, path to office, vow to liberate and tragic assassination. Artifacts on display include personal effects of Lincoln and Alexander II among other representative pieces from their times. Journey back to the lives and times of Lincoln and Alexander II, two leaders who were both destined to reform, and both revered to be the greatest leaders their countries have ever seen.
AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals) is hosting its 2008 Annual Golf Outing at Mid-Vallee Golf Course.This is our chapter’s primary venue for raising money for our scholarship program, the Sherry Anklam Memorial Award (SAMA), which provides scholarships and funding to our AITP student members and chapters.
Attend this seminar to learn about hearing loss and the effects it has on people. Learn about solutions available. We will discuss one of the smallest hearing instruments on the market and how it helps people.
The Door County Cooperative Country Store and Rental is holding a Farmer's Market on Wednesday evenings from 4-7 pm. No fees or booth charges, just set up a table and sell! Call John or Trisha at (920) 743-3422 for more information
Fearless Freelancers Writer's Group
2597 West Mason
1st and 3rd Wed of the month 7pm
Join us for feedback and encouragement on your writing journey.