Fiberscapes – Experience Paper in 3-D. Exhibit-goers wearing 3-D glasses take an exciting walk inside a sheet of paper. Enlarged fiber microscope images are projected onto the walls and floor, surrounding the visitors and inviting them to reach out amongst the fibers. There will also be a special display of prints and paper made from unique materials, such as: silk, cattails, & corn husks – an aesthetic beauty which generates a scientific interest.Included in regular admission price – members free, families - $12, adults - $5, seniors - $4, students - $3. Event runs 10am-4pm Mon-Sat thru May 31st 2010.
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.
Step back onto the streets of old Oshkosh and explore the development of our historic city on the water. This local history exhibit focuses on the landscapes and buildings of Oshkosh in the mid-1910s and showcases more than 50 large-scale panoramic photos and artifacts to bring Oshkosh history to life. This stunning display takes you through the lens and around the town into the memories of Oshkosh past.
Admission: Adults: $7.00 Seniors (62+): $5.00 on Wednesdays
Children (6-17): $3.50 Kids under 6: Free Members: Free
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.
Green Bay Habitat ReStore is hosting an Earth Day 2010 Extravaganza on Thursday, April 22 from 12pm-6pm. This year is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and we want to celebrate this important day!
Date: Thursday, April 22
Where: ReStore | 2965 Ramada Way #B, Green Bay, WI 54304
The event will include:
Rain barrel demonstrations
Exhibitors from WPS, Household Hazardous Waste and other eco-friendly businesses
Local vendors to sell art, jewelry and plants to the public
HUGE store-wides sales
Workshops for home projects
and much more!
To be part of this celebration or for questions, please contact event coordinator Jesse VanCamp at (920) 338-1650 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You're invited! The EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, is hosting a series of free community history workshops for history enthusiasts, teachers, researchers, students, and the general public.
These workshops will discuss the human elements of the story of flight in America, and how flight has impacted the nation's social, political, and economic history.
April 22, 2010 The Business of Flight: Aviation Innovation and Entrepreneurship Joseph J. Corn, Stanford University professor and social and cultural historian, discusses explorations of the past, present, and future of the commercial air industry with break out session on developing educational resources about the business of flight.
The speaker series is supported through a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council.
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Participate in a 400,000-strong movement to find cures for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.
Join a community of caring that has raised over $1 Billion for cancer research and patient services.
Cross the finish line at the marathon, half marathon, triathlon or 100-mile cycling even with an honored patient as your inspiration.
Fall Season Event Include:
Chicago Triathlon, 8/29/10
Nathon's Triathlon, 9/12/10
Bank of America Chicago Marathon, 10/10/10
Nike Women's Marathon, 10/17/10
Marine Corps Marathon, 10/31/10
This is a FREE Info Meeting about our Team in Training program. Run a marathon to help find a cure for blood cancers. Any questions call (920)968.6979 or email email@example.com
The Fox Valley Symphony Announces 2010-2011 Concert Season
Spectacular array of concerts includes Mendelssohn’s “Reformation Symphony,” the return of Byron Stripling, Cirque de la Symphonie and Ansel Adams: AMERICA
Appleton, WI (March 13, 2010)- The Fox Valley Symphony announces the 2010-2011 Season “Beyond the Expected,” designed to captivate audiences with the finest classical music presented in traditional and very unusual ways. “Our 2010-2011 Season is both traditional and cutting-edge in its creation,” said Brian Groner, Fox Valley Symphony Music Director. Concerts will include Felix Mendelssohn’s “Reformation” Symphony built upon the hymns of Martin Luther; a tribute to photographer Ansel Adams by father and son, Dave and Chris Brubeck; Cirque de la Symphonie with amazing acrobats and others accompanied by the Symphony; and the return appearance of Byron Stripling, trumpeter, in his “The Gospel According to Swing” show. Nationally recognized soloists will include Wendy Warner, Cellist and Faye Seeman, Harpist. “Without a doubt, our audiences are eager to hear and see symphonic music concerts presented in new and exciting ways. This season brings world-class artists from the classical and jazz worlds and introduces different theatrical elements to enhance our concerts,” said Marta Weldon, Executive Director. “We continue our mission to provide the finest in classical music while attracting new audience members to our concerts.” Season Ticket information for the Fox Valley Symphony’s 2010-2011 season is available at www.foxvalleysymphony.com. Flexible ticket packages of Five, Four or Three concerts are available. Ticket packages range from $61 to $197. FVS season ticket holders receive up to a 17% discount over the same number of single tickets. Full season ticket holders receive additional benefits that include private parking. More information is available by calling the FVS Office at (920) 968-0300 ext 21. Symphony offices are located on the fifth floor of the Appleton Art Center, 111 West College Avenue, Appleton. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Single tickets for Fox Valley Symphony season concerts will go on sale in August 2010 through the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center ticket office.
Every Thursday Night, April thru end of October, 2010 : The Highland Howie's Ride These are Intermediate Level Rides, which means the pace is 14-16 mph; the rider needs to have Intermediate cycling skills, being able to ride in a group & assist in repairs; may include mid-range terrain with some hills, be brisk but socially paced, with occasional stops to re-group & distance of 20-30 miles; ride will include a Leader &/or someone who will sweep the group during the ride, assist with repairs/issues & try to keep the group together.
6:00 PM. Please note that this ride leaves earlier in September at 5:30 pm and even earlier at 5 pm in October.
Meet in the Rear Parking Lot of Highland Howies, 3605 Humboldt Rd. Two Routes, long and regular, length depends on weather and time of sunset. Pace @ 14-16 mph; Longer route is faster. No Drop For more Info contact Dale Tease, 497-3583 or see www.Bayshorebikeclub.org
Helping Paws Pet Pantry, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is looking for donations for its first Rummage to Rescue Sale. Donations of new or gently used, unwanted items (with the exception of clothing) can be dropped off April 19-23 at the shed located directly behind Country View Animal Hospital (425 N. Tullar Road, Neenah). Pick up of large items can be scheduled by calling (920) 450-6385 or (920) 540-9026. The Sale will take place April 30 and May 1 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. behind Country View Animal Hospital.
The organization’s goal is to provide Wisconsin animal rescues and shelters monthly donations of pet food, blankets, beds, toys, leashes, bowls, etc. and eventually monetary help for such things as spays and neuters or emergency vet care.
The Howard and Suamico Recreation Departments have cooperatively planned another great event for local seniors. Join us for this social function just for older adults on Thursday, April 22, 2010 6:30-9:00 pm at Rock Garden Banquet Hall (1951 Bond Street)! Whether you choose to dance the night away, just listen to the wonderful, live music, or socialize with friends and other members of your community, you’re sure to have a great time. A hors d’ oeuvres buffet is included, and a cash bar will also be available. Eddie Larsen’s Soundsation (a variety dance band) will be brought to you by Tender Hearts Assisted Living. Pre-registration is appreciated at the Howard Village Hall. Howard or Suamico residency not required. The fee is $12 per person ages 55 and better.
Deal or No Deal Party
Angelus Retirement Community38 N. Main Street Clintonville WI 54929
Join us for some fun in our Deal or No Deal Party. Based on the hit TV game show.
The celebration will include tours of the Farm, hands on activities that focus on alternative energy and alternative energy sources, how they work and benefit the community at large. In addition the event will recognize the history of Earth Day and include a presentation from USDA Rural Development that will highlight the new solar energy project on the farm which will result in energy cost savings for the operation and promote environmentally friendly ways for energy production, in addition to an award presentation.Community members are invited and encouraged to attend the free event.