An amputee group is forming in Green Bay. The group is open to amputees and family members who are interested in sharing some of their challenges with regard to limb loss.
Contact Chris at 920-469-0555 with questions
Children are born to learn! This program will help parents find out how to encourage their child's learning throughout the early years. Topics covered with include how to support your child's development, effective discipline, creating a learning friendly household, and how to avoid some common parenting mistakes. A snack and free childcare is provided.
Polar Express November 26, 27, 28 and December 2, 3, 4, & 5 National Railroad Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin
The classic Christmas tale comes alive in a dramatic reading and train ride. Gather the entire family together and enjoy this perfect beginning to the holiday season. Be sure to have your Christmas wish list ready as the Polar Express is headed to Santa’s headquarters at the North Pole. Make your reservations early as this event has sold out four years running. Tickets available in late July 2010.
The Surise Optimist Club meets every Thursday morning 7:30 at the Harmony Cafe at 1660 West Mason Street Green Bay. Our goal is to help the kids at Jefferson Middle School. Join us for Breakfast and decide if you would like to join our club. Questions contact John at 920-360-5711.
Explore Wisconsin’s long and rich deer hunting tradition with this outdoorsmen’s dream exhibit. Trophy bucks, classic guns and interactive displays give a detailed look at the history and heritage of Wisconsin’s annual rite of autumn. The exhibit tracks various hunting trends and techniques, from prehistoric pursuits to the rise of the bow hunter, and captures the thrill of the hunt as it takes visitors inside the state’s most scared sporting season.
Come see the newest temporary exhibits at the Weis Earth Science Museum on “the Ledge”—the steep rock cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment, which extends across much of North America.
This exhibit showcases the paintings of the Water’s Edge Artists, who have formed a collaboration with the Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership to conserve Wisconsin precious land and water resources. These artists create their paintings “on location” in nature (en plein air). All paintings on exhibit at the Weis are available for purchase.
Also featured is a mini-exhibit highlighting the geology and history of the Niagara Escarpment. It includes a game to see if you can match photos of the ledge to their location. The Weis is open seven days a week to the public. Please check our website or give us a call for our business hours. Exhibit ends December 31, 2010.
Come and be delighted by a spectacular Broadway-style revue featuring secular and religious holiday music performed by a cast of 250 singers, dancers and actors ages five to senior citizen. Experience the spectacular Christmas parade, Santa’s workshop and the breathtaking “Living Nativity” finale. All performances will be held at the Xavier High School Fine Arts Theater, 1600 Prospect Avenue, Appleton, December 2-12. For ticket information, please call 920-733-8840 or visit www.Christmasstars.org.
Navah MiragePresents: Generations (Mom and Me type class)belly dancing classes at: Fancy Dancer Studio821 S. Huron Rd. SuiteD, Green Bay, WI.
This is a 7 week class on Thursday nights at 6:30PM - 7:00PM (half an hour class) Starting Nov. 4nd and ending Dec. 30th ( no class week of Thanksgiving or Christmas.) 2010 Cost for this session is $75.00.This equates to only $10.71 a class. (After this session, the next will be a 9 week class starting January 6th. Cost it $96.00 for this session.)
Drop ins are welcome at a cost of $12.00 each class.
One of the cutest thing in the world is how expressive a child is when they hear music.With such innocence and energy they are unhindered to express what they hear with movement.It is the perfect time to begin to develop body awareness and confidence. This Fun Belly Dance class is designed to help you better understand the movements that create the structure of belly dance.Teaching techniquesthrough isolations and muscular training we will focus on movement break downs so that you begin with the correct techniques to perform any of the common moves, such asupper body undulations , chest circles, hip circles, drops & shimmies'.This all adds up to a great workout, and a whole lot of shaking going on. However, the goal of the class is proper technique and to prepare you for the next level of belly dance.
Class attire is fitted comfortable clothes.No skirts so as instructor can see the knees and lower back position. Example:Full fitted or half coverage top (as to see tummy)Yoga pant, Stretchy pant, or shorts with or without hip scarf or coin belt and bare feet.Hip scarves are available to purchase. I am so excited to offer this new class.Do to so much interest in the community to share the world of belly dance with our youth,This parent/child class is for all genders.
Requirements include:Child must be accompanied by an adult.Age range for this class is flexible depending on the interest of the child.This class would be appropriate for teenage students as well as pre teens.
To register please call (920) 915-3179or email firstname.lastname@example.org more information
Navah MiragePresents Transformation Beginner to Intermediate belly dancing classes at:
Fancy Dancer Studio821 S. Huron Rd. SuiteD, Green Bay, WI.
This is a 7 week class on Thursday nights at 7:00PM - 8:00PM (1 hour class) Starting
Nov. 4nd and ending Dec. 30th ( no class week of Thanksgiving or Christmas.) 2010 Cost for this session is $75.00.This equates to only $10.71 a class. (After this session, the next will be a 9 week class starting January 6th. Cost it $96.00 for this session.)
Drop ins are welcome at a cost of $12.00 each class.
After you complete your beginners coarse there is still more to come. On Thursday nights. At 7:35PM Navah Mirage offers a Transformations from Beginner to Intermediate class. In this class, We move from the Fundamentals to teach you a wider vocabulary of basic belly dance "Oriental" movements (such as figure eights in many areas of the body, Egyptian twist, belly flutters, & body undulations) as well as traveling steps & turns. Here we work on basic technique with full break-downs & step-combinations that can improve your posture, flexibility, balance, grace and muscle isolation & control, and add a deeper meaning and confidence in the movement. Each week we put these new moves deeper into your muscle memory and you finish a "dedicated" session with a full & a strong sense of body awareness.
This class is ideal in your 1st year of learning, however you can stay in this level until all the fundamental movements are comfortable to you. You will always come away with something new from week-to-week, session-to-session, year-to-year. Prior belly dance experience is necessary for this class. You must complete Beginners Belly Dance class first.
Once fundamental movements are comfortable to you, it is time to develop your skills to yet a deeper level of grace and elegance. As each dancer has learned the necessary tools to perform at this level, they are also expressing more and more of their unique and beautiful personality in their dance.This challenging class is designed to continue offering new material for each individual.(Keepingbelly dance fresh and new.), to develop grace and elegance in the performance, and to add to your own unique style of belly dance. You will always come away with something new from week-to-week, session-to-session, year-to-year. Props may be used is some sessions.
Menominee Historical Downtown Winter Farmers Market, Farm Fresh Eggs, Every Saturday starting Oct 30 to Second Saturday in May. Beef Products, Pork Products, Lamb Products, Assorted Vegetables Fresh Herbs , Maple Syrup, Jams, Jellies, Home made breads, cookies, fudge, caramels, puff corn, muffins, Crafts cutting boards, small furniture items, leather bags, bird feeders, bird houses, craft gourds, hand spun wool yarn, hand made hats, scarves, dishcloths, Home made soaps, lotions, lip gloss, laundry soup. quilted bags, crayon totes, boo boo pillows, pillow cases,
WEMI & WEMY Radio’s 13th annual Christmas Carecampaign will be collecting Christmas gifts now through December 7th for people in 41 area shelters and emergency rooms.People are encouraged to fill wrapped shoe boxes with NEW gifts like toys, mittens, and candy for someone in need.Wrap the top and bottom separately and put a sticker on top listing age and gender of recipient. Bring gifts to collection sites before December 7th.Last year more than 2,800 gifts were distributed to 40 shelters and emergency rooms from Green Bay to Fond du Lac.NOTE: There is always a shortage of gifts for teen boys and adult men. Collection Sites: Festival Foods in Green Bay, De Pere, Appleton, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, Manitowoc and Suamico. Pet Supplies ‘Plus’ in Appleton, Culver=s Frozen Custard in Darboy. Call WEMI & WEMY Radio for more information 800-236-9364 or visit www.ChristianFamilyRadio.net
Recapture the magic of the season with A Dickens’ Christmas.Great literature and some of your favorite Victorian characters come to life! Walk through the decorated home with Christmas trees, wreaths, bows, poinsettias, garland, hundreds of ornaments, tinsel, and beading.
Guided tours are available Tues-Fri. Self guided tours—Thurs/Fri evenings with live entertainment/costumed characters. Family fun guided tours—Saturdays and Sundays with special activities for children of all ages.
FOX RIVER VALLEY THEATRE COMPANY. “A Christmas Carol-An Old Time Radio Show” will be held on December 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 at 7:30 pm at Perfect Presentations, 1534 Lyon Drive, Neenah. Show at 7:30 pm. There is one matinee on Dec. 4 at 1:30 pm. Tickets are $16 for show only, or $32.50 for show and dinner (served one hour prior to show). For reservations, call (920) 729-9566 today. FRVTC is a non-profit theatre, set up to serve the community through the arts. For additional information call 920-284-7672, send e-mail to email@example.com, or visit us at http://jamesrlawrence.com/starlightproductions.aspx.
First 25 Days of December all cat adoption fees $25. Abby, who has been in the shelter since March and hundreds of other cats and kittens are hoping "Santa" can find them a home in time for Christmas. Cute, cuddly felines to fill your heart love all year long. Sing a Christmas Carol for $10 off your pet adoption.
Getting on track with rail in Wisconsin
An open discussion about the future of passenger rail service in Wisconsin.The present proposal , vision for the future of Wisconsin rail service, and a political update will be presented.Concluding with a question and answer segment.
Please join us in moving Wisconsin forward into the 21st century.
Come and enjoy the works of over 55 artists at the 13th Annual Holiday Sale at KeLe Alpacas. The 1880ís log building will be filled with the work of fiber, clay, wood, glass,
paper art and more available for that unique holiday gift or piece to add to your collection. Sale hours are 9 a.m -7 p.m. November 26 Ė December 5. Be sure to tour the barn and meet the alpacas. For more information call LeAnna at 920-845-5571.