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.
If you’re thinking of starting, improving or expanding a business, this conference is for you!The 2010 Women’s Business Conference will connect you with the resources you need to be a success.At this full-day conference, you will learn from established members of the business community in Western Wisconsin, talk to business assistance providers, and network with hundreds of like-minded entrepreneurs.
More than 75 businesses and business resources will be on hand to display their services and products in the exhibitor hall.Sixteen educational sessions and roundtables will cover a wide range of business topics.One-on-one counseling is available for you to discuss your specific business ideas with industry experts.This is the only conference of its kind in Wisconsin – just one day of education and networking could make an enormous impact on your future.
Scholarships are available.Pay only $15 for the entire day if your income qualifies.If you would like to apply for a scholarship, please call 715-836-7511 ext. 171 or visit the scholarship portion of our website.The 2010 Women’s Business Conference is presented by the Western Dairyland Women’s Business Center.
PHONE: 715-836-7511 ext 171
DATE: Thursday, April 29, 2010
LOCATION: Plaza Hotel & Suites 1202 W Clairemont Avenue Eau Claire, WI 54701
COST: $39/$49 per person
4/29-5/2: "The Princess and the Pea" by author Ric Averill. Children's Theatre production. This retelling of the classic fairy tale features a kingdom doomed to be ruled by a prince stuck in eternal adolescence. His only hope is to find the perfect princess, but his search is thwarted by his mother's impossibly high standards. When a scruffy-looking girl appears, claiming to be a princess named Rose, the Queen is determined to really put her to the test. Can Rose pass the test of the pea under 12 mattresses and save the kingdom?
This event features a pre-show "Tea Party" on the weekend 5/1-5/2. Call for details: 920.729.9566
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.
Algoma's 22 Annual Ducks Unlimited Dinner Banquet
April 29, 2010
At JW's in Slovan / Casco
5:30 - 6:30 Cocktails, raffles and silent auctions
6:30 Country Style Dinner Prime Rib and Chicken
6:30-9:30 Door Prizes, Live and Silent Auctions and Raffles
Sponsers $275 includes 1 ticket, $300 includes 2 tickets
Regular ticket $55.00 couple ticket $100.00 Green Wing Ticket (17 and younger) $25.00
Contact Mike Majeski 920-336-0180
EAST DE PERE HIGH SCHOOL CONTINUES TO BREAK NEW GROUND IN HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE! REDBIRD PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS THE WORK OF A LOCAL PLAYWRIGHT IN THE FULL SCALE COMEDY: “FOR THE LOVE OF SO & SO” THIS SATTIRE WITH SHAKESPEAREAN THEMES WILL BE PERFORMED BY A CAST OF 20 PLUS! DATES: April 29, 30 and May 1 Show time: 7 pm in the auditorium Tickets available at the door. Prepare to be entertained with this innovative ensemble production written and directed by Skylar Wondrash, 2007 Alumni of East De Pere
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
Awaken the Ties of Blood Tides is a public health outreach to inform the community about the impacts of Stigma on the spread of HIV/AIDS. This event combines community speakers and musical/artisitc performers inorder to inform the community about the global impacts of the disease and stigma. The impacts of stigma in relation to HIV/AIDS is profound, for many HIV is somthing that no one wants to talk about. This silence only encourages the spread. The event will be held on April 29th from 7pm until 8:30 pm at Lawrence University in the campus center. The event is open to the public and is free of charge it will also provide free food and raffle prizes.
Art & Technology Fair/Open House @ St. Aloysius Campus-2401 S. Main Avenue-Kaukauna, WI 54130
Come and see the great things happening in Preschool - Grade 2.
Late Nite Catechism's "Saints & Sinners" 7pm @ Xavier Fine Arts Center-Appleton Tickets are on sale now at (920) 759-4508
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: “Girl’s Night Out”Ashwaubenon
On Thursday, April 29, 2010, all women of the community are invited to participate in “Girl’s Night Out,” a fun-filled, free pampering event hosted at Frain Family Chiropractic Wellness Center, 858 Hansen Road, Ashwaubenon. 4:00pm - 8:00pm. 16 activities and vendors. Free goodie bags to the first 100 guests. For more information call, (920)499-1333. Free admission. Free parking.
An Evening with Former Packers Head Coach Mike Sherman to benefit the Marion House of Green Bay. Tickets are $60/person, includes dinner. Live and Silent Auction, Bill Jartz. KGB doing introductions and Mike Sherman will be featured speaker.