Join us !Saturday Mornings Year ‘round~ 4th Saturday of the month Serving Family-Style from 8:00to 10:00 am at
West Side Moravian Church
1707 SouthOneida Street -Green Bay
(Corner of Oneida and Liberty Streets)
Free Meal Sponsored by Loaves & Fishes Community Meals Ministry For more Information call(920) 499-4433
Late Nite Catechism has brought its nostalgic kick to every state in the US as well as to Canada, the UK and Australia, and now it’s coming to the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center. Late Nite Catechism is a wildly funny play that takes the audience back to their youth bringing the Catholic school atmosphere into a setting everyone can enjoy.
The New York Times calls it “uproarious interactive theater.” With Sister’s witty lessons, you can’t help but laugh! Even the most reluctant “students” will be clamoring to get into this class! According to Talking Broadway, “You don’t have to be Catholic to enjoy Late Nite Catechism.” So grab your friends and take them for a night out they won’t soon forget!
3rd Annual 2-3-4 Wheel Poker Run
Start/End: Woodeye's Bar & Grill, 700 W. Main Street, Winneconne
Proceeds donated to The LeRoy Butler Foundation
$25.00 per person includes end of ride meal, door prizes, music and more.
Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. with ride leaving around 12:00 noon.
All vehicle makes and models welcome -- Join us on a ride for a great cause!
Take a trip down Memory Lane with this local history exhibit spotlighting various signs from Oshkosh and surrounding communities. A variety of notable and memorable neighborhood signs will be displayed, including brewery signage, business markers and banners. Remember the Chief Oshkosh Beer sign? Or how about old transit ads? With more than 80 signs on display, dating from the mid 19th century to contemporary, you’ll be sure to get the message about Oshkosh’s pronounced past.
Fresh produce, breads, meats, poultry, cheese, handmade crafts and more.
Cooking Demonstration by Kevin Robson of Gardina’s 9:00-11:00.
The Scenic Shore 150 Bike Tour is a two-day, 150 mile bike ride in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). Starting in Mequon, WI and finishing in Sturgeon Bay, WI, riders cycle along Lake Michigan’s shoreline and enjoy a volunteer supported route with rest stops, bicycle support, meals, and other amenities.
The funds raised help to find cures and better therapies for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin disease and myeloma, and to provide information, education and support for patients and their families. Over 75% of every dollar donated is directed to the LLS mission.
2010 Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin "Feddy Award" Winner for Favorite Charity Ride
"No Fleas" Market
July 23, 2011
Find that hidden treasure or artifact at our "No Fleas" Market to be held in the paking lot of the Oshkosh Area Humane Society at 1925 Shelter Court. The market will begin at noon and continue on into our street dance event which begins at 5 p.m. Why not make a day of it and have some great fun while supporting a terrifc cause? Hope to see you there!
We are a Life Saving Shelter. Your support allows us to continue our Mission that no animal will ever be put down for space at the OAHS. Thanks so much!
"Barking to the Beat 2 Streetdance
Come join the Oshkosh Area Humane Society for our second annual street dance event held in our parking lot at 1925 Shelter Court, Oshkosh. Terrific food will be provided by Glass Nickel Pizza Co., soda, water, beer, contests prizes, raffles and a DJ will keep the party going! We will also have a fabulous sports related silent auction, games and much more. Bring your lawn chair and hang out, or dance your buns off for a great cause. Tours of the shelter will also be available.
Come at noon and browse our "No Fleas" Market for great treasures. The market will continue during the street dance, but come early for those hot deals!
We are a Life Saving Shelter. Your support allows us to continue our mission that no animal will ever be put down for space at the OAHS. Thanks for your support!
Welcome to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Grab your Platform 9 ¾ ticket and leave the Muggle world behind to celebrate the release of the final Harry Potter film. This bewitching event transforms the Oshkosh Public Museum into Hogwarts, where you can attend a sorting hat ceremony, make your own wand and quill, predict the future in Divination, meet characters from the stories and solve magical messages. Mischief managed? Take some time to check out props and replicas from the Harry Potter movies and stop in Honeydukes Sweet Shop to load up on goodies. Wrap up the month with our magical birthday bash for Harry on Sunday, July 31. Accio fun!
Extra hands-on activities, experiments, and puzzles to explore various science concepts throughout the summer. All included with regular admission. No registration required. Come for a visit and join in the fun. For more information about other weeks’ themes, visit our website.
This week’s theme is Thermal Energy. Explore the world of the super cool with liquid Nitrogen and Dry ice demonstrations - including tasty ice cream! Discover fun and amazing things when heat is transferred. And more! (July 20-23)
Bring your whole family to enjoy Swimtastic Swim School's 90-degree water, palm tree shower, and water slide! Call for a FREE Family Swim Pass!
Touch the Wonders of Mulberry Lane Petting Farm (MLF). At MLF you not only see but interact with all of the farm animals. During your hands-on guided tour you can milk a cow, catch a chicken, kiss a pig, cuddle a kitten, ride a pony, enjoy a hayride & more!
You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the farm.
Tours begin continuously between 10-1 Wed/Thurs/Fri and 10-2 Sat/Sun. Farm closes 2 hours after departure of last tour.
*** BOF Movement Charity Motorcycle Ride #2 ***
Saturday, July 23rd 2011
Please join us in support of the Annual Bof Movement and
Remember Me Benefits, Charity Motorcycle Ride.
we are riding this year to help raise money for The
Child Like Services at St. Vincent Hospital. For the children
and family dealing with cancer.
For more information please contact Efren or Jose @ 920-227-7912
or by email at email@example.com
Benefit Link and map: www.boffrankie.com/benefit
Please Join us for the Bof Movement 3rd Annual Remember Me Cancer Awareness Benefit 2011. A portion of this years proceeds will be donate to the Child Life Services Program at St. Vincent Hospital. The Benefit will start with a Motorcycle Charity Ride in the morning and lead into a benefit in the evening.
+ Live entertainment From Green Bay and Chicago's Hottest DJ's
+ Auction and Raffles
+ Food and Drinks
+ Bof Tattoos by Luis
+ Motorcycle Charity Ride from (Check in from 9:00 am-10:00 am) Leave by 10:00 am - 2:00 pm*
+ Benefit from 4:00 pm - 2:00 am
For more benefit information go to www.boffrankie.com/benefit
For donations and sponsorships contact Efren Olvera at 920-227-7912
Flea Market and craft fair. Vendors welcome.
2011 Gold Ribbon Run/Walk
(formerly known as The Rainbow Classic)
The Families of Children With Cancer are pleased to announce that the annual Run/Walk Fundraiser formally known as The Rainbow Classic is being changed in title to the Gold Ribbon Run/Walk this year. This change creates a direct connection between the Childhood Cancer Gold Ribbon awareness pins and this great fundraising event.
The “Gold Ribbon Run/Walk” is the primary fundraising event of the Families of Children with Cancer, and is being held at Green Isle Park, in Allouez, July 23, 2011, beginning at 8:30am. This is a fun, family oriented event that includes a 2 mile and/or 5 mile run or walk for all age groups and skill levels. The event has enjoyed a great level of success in recent years, even when the weather is less than favorable. We’re hoping 2011 is a banner year, setting a goal for hosting well over 800 walkers/joggers. The race will use timing chips for all participants. As in past years, there will be a fun celebration after the race is completed.
The Families of Children with Cancer organization is a non-profit agency supported by tax-deductible contributions and fundraising activities. The FOCWC provides funding for summer camp for children with Cancer, several social outings, support for children after clinic visits, a resource library for patients and limited financial resources for those families struggling with the financial burden of medical care.
If you would are interested in participating or willing to volunteer for this event please email John Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org. Race Registration can also be completed online at www.Active.com.
When a rare form of cancer took the life of Kari Deimer in December 2010, her family and friends vowed to keep fighting cancer in her memory by raising funds for the American Cancer Society in the Fox Cities. We're ready to fight, and we're asking for your help. You're invited to join us at the 1st Annual Wolf River Raft Race and Fundraiser, hosted by the Kari Deimer Answer to Cancer. The event puts some fun into the fight, and a reflection of Kari's bright spirit. Participants will create and captain a raft on the Wolf River from The Damn Yankees Watering Hole in Hortonville to The Waters Supper Club in New London where the event will continue with a band, food, refeshments, silent auction and raffle items for rafters and non-rafters alike. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society to help with cancer research. For more information check out our website WWW.wolfriverraftrace.com.
The Sturgeon Bay Farm and Craft Market will be in progress every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until noon, June 4th through October 29th.The Saturday Morning Farm and Craft Market is held at Market Square, 421 Michigan Street in downtown Sturgeon Bay. There is a great variety of locally grown produce to choose from, beautiful flowers, and delicious foods.There is also a great selection of hand crafted items from jewelry to art to outdoor furniture. Patronize the Saturday morning Farm and Craft Market in Sturgeon Bay for your home grown and hand crafted items-there is something for everyone! For more information call the Sturgeon Bay Parks Department at: 920-746-2914
A wonderful family show -- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is sure to please. Visit attictheatreinc.com for ticket and other information.
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin - The 2nd Annual event has been added to the Fond du Lac County Fair entertainment lineup for 2011. The 2011 Fondy Fair 5K Run/Walk will take place at 8:00am on Saturday, July 23, 2011.
This family event will start and end on the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds. Runners and walkers of all skill levels are welcome to participate. The Fondy Fair 5K Run/Walk is also an opportunity to promote and educate event participants about the importance of agriculture in Fond du Lac County.
Runners and walkers in this race take off at 8:00am from the fairgrounds and will follow the 3.1 mile course that will eventually loop back to the fairgrounds.
A registration fee is required to participate on the day of the race. The registration fee covers single, all day admission to the fair on Saturday, July 23th, a race t-shirt (only guaranteed to those registered by July 16, 2011) and post-race refreshments. Prizes will be awarded to the top winner in each age category. There will be a special division for 4-H and FFA members. Registrants can register online or via mail-in forms. Completed forms and checks can be mailed to Fondy Fair 5K Run/Walk, P.O. Box 1466, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936-1466.
Raffles, Paddle Wheel, Special Raffles, Main Prize Drawing at 8 P.M.
Food & Beverages
Kids Games & Bounce House
Music By:Neon Detour 2-7
Music, Raffle, and Silent Auction!
All proceeds go to American Cancer Society to benefit breast cancer research
With special appearance by Jimmy Sizemore and Friends. Also performing, Hoppy and the Gophers!
Adams Way - 7PM
RPM - 8PM
Red X - 9PM
Each one hour clinic focuses on perfecting a specific stroke. Students will benefit from specialized drills, exercises, and coaching by our professional teachers! Registration is required and class sizes are limited so call today to book your spot!
Enjoy and evening of Latin music performed by Dr. Sergio Heredia, whose roots are in the rich musical culture of Mexico, where he grew up in the northern city of Monterrey. A member of the Dudley Birder Chorale, Sergio also performs with the Symphony Chorus and the Doctors in Recital Concerts. His lyrical vocals will be featured in traditional through contemporary pieces including "Besame Mucho", "Solamente una Vez", and "Cuando Calienta el Sol". The cost is $20 per person includes Hors d'oeuvres table. Cash bar For reservations please call the ARTgarage 448-6800.
An evening with the 5 Milers as they perform the great music of the Kingston Trio, Peter Paul and Mary, Weaver, We 5, Limeliters and more. All proceeds go to DOORCANcer, Inc and the Door Community Auditorium. Reserve seats are $15 and can be purchased at the box office in Fish Creek. Come for a great night of entertainment and bring a non-perishable food item to be entered into a drawing for gift certificates from 7 fine Door County Restaurants. All food items go to the Feed My People Food Pantry of Door County,
Pulaski Area Swim Club Polka Trot 5K Run/Walk takes place on Saturday, July 23, 2011 at Pulaski Middle School, 911 S. St. Augustine Street, Pulaski, WI 54162. 5K Run/Walk starts at 8:30 am. Kid's Run starts at 9:30 am (Ages 4 - 9). T-shirts for all participants and drawings for door prizes. Medals for all Kid's participants and awards for age groups 10 to over 70. Registration by mail or on site Friday 7/22 from 5 - 7 pm or Saturday 7 - 8 am. Proceeds to benefit the Pulaski Area Swim Club.
Music in the Campground is a no-cover concert by the group, Bent Grass. They're genre is "Blue Grass with a twist". Food and beverages will be available - no carry-ins please. Bring your lawn chairs. Music starts at 4:30 and runs to 7:30. The Crossroads Bar and Campground is located 12 miles west of Crivitz on Cty Hwy W (at the intersection of Cty Hwy W and Parkway Rd. Come on out and enjoy this wonderful group.
Join us for an evening of Southern Gospel Music!
National Recording Artists
#1 Song on National Charts
Received the Excellence in Ministry Award
Saturday, July 23, 2011
Community Covenant Church
1123 13th Street
Across from Blesch Middle School
Free will offering will be taken
For more information call Glenna at 906-290-3552
Calumet County Community Community Theatre present The Sound of Music on July 14 - 16 and July 7/21 - 23 @ 7:00 PM. at The Engler Center located at the Chilton High School, Chilton WI. Tickets can be purchased on line at www.englercenter.com or at the door.
Enjoy an evening of Latin music performed by Dr. Sergio Heredia whose roots are in the rich musical culture of Mexico where he grew up in the northern city of Monterrey. $20 donation per person includes hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar.
July 6 marks the beginning of 17years of Butterfly House operation at Mosquito Hill Nature Center. Butterfly House allows visitors to walk among and interact with Wisconsin’s native butterflies in their natural habitat. It will be open to the general public on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM through August 28. A nominal $1/person donation is asked to help defray operating expenses. Private guided tours are available for organized groups on Thursdays and Fridays for a fee of $2/person. Advance reservations for private tours are necessary
After your visit, be sure to stop in the butterfly bookstore located in the interpretive building. A wonderful selection of books, tee-shirts and other butterfly related items are for sale during Butterfly House hours.
Visit the Badger Boys: Northeast Wisconsin and the Civil War exhibit. Receive a character card of your choice and follow your character’s journey. Will you be a soldier, an officer, a nurse, a spy or someone else from the Civil War? Other historic games provided.
Good for children ages 7-16. Cost: $5, includes Museum admission and other games.
Completely free, one day only event. Visit our River level to enjoy displays of artwork and information highlighting the history and future of the Fox River from Friends of the Fox, Appleton Historical Society and more! We are proud to announce our Special Feature, Tom Schultz and his lock paintings. Enjoy a free Appleton Trolley ride! Live music at the Atlas Coffee Mill Cafe and sample "Food of the Fox" from area riverfront restuarants like Stone Cellar, Fratellos, Eagle Flats and more!
Bats get a bad rap. What many people assume is a rabies-infested nuisance is actually a beneficial insect-eating machine. Unfortunately, this incredible mammal is being affected by a life threatening illness and populations are in sharp decline. Learn about Wisconsin’s bat species through an indoor presentation; then take a hike outside to see live bats in action. A hand-held bat detector will be used to identify bat species by their echolocation signals.
$6/person or $10/family.
Registration and payment due July 16.
Verizon Wireless is offering a free technology basic workshop at the company’s Fond du Lac store, located at 467 N. Rolling Meadows Drive, on Saturday, July 23, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Reservations are required by registering online at www.verizonwireless.com/workshops. Seating is limited. The workshop is geared toward helping customers get the most out of their advanced wireless devices by learning about new features and technologies, such as 4G LTE, explore useful data apps and offer an open forum to address questions. Additionally, Verizon Wireless offers customers a free online learning center, making it easier and faster for customers to get the most out of their devices and services by learning the functions and features—on their own schedule. Log in for online tutorials anytime by visiting www.verizonwireless.com/learning.
Shiocton Airport Fly-in
July 23 & 24, 2011
Saturday, 10am to midnight, brats, hamburgers, soda, beer.
Plane rides from 10am to dusk. Live music 8pm to midnight. Harley Fatboy raffle about 10pm.
Sunday morning only 7-11am, all-you-can-eat potato & wheat pancake breakfast.
11am to 7pm, brats, hamburgers, soda, beer.
Plane rides from 8am to dusk.
Large raffle at 6pm.
Vendor Fair & Craft Market
2421 West Point Road
Green Bay, WI
Over 80 vendors - Garden Items, Crafts, Jewelry, Cosmetics, Fashion Jeans, Shoes, Cooking products and much, much more! Raffle and Silent Auction - Green Bay Packer (Super Bowl Team) Football, Brewer Club Seat Package, Bike, Wisconsion Dells package, and many, many more items. Food, Shopping and Fun! Free Parking and Free Admission.
ST. NICHOLAS COUNTRY FEST 2011
Please join the St. Nicholas Congregation and Freedom community members for COUNTRY FEST 2011, July 22-24 at the VFW Memorial Park on Hwy 55 in Freedom!T-Ball Tournament throughout the weekend in addition to:
SATURDAY, July 23:
·Pig & Corn Roast from 4:30-6:30pm
·Music Entertainment by BIG MOUTH and the Power Tool Horns from 6:30-10:30pm
SUNDAY, July 24:
·Polka Mass at 10:30am
·Chicken Dinner following Mass until 1:30pm
·$5000 Cash Raffle, Packers Raffle, Silent and Oral Auctions, Kids’ Games and Raffles, Bake Sale, Dairy Bar, Petting Zoo, and Wagon Rides, Tractor Display and MORE to follow!
PLEASE JOIN US!
Practical Relationship Skills for Couples Presented in Hmong
A highly sought after workshop by Hmong couples throughout Wisconsin, Practical Relationship Skills for Couples offers an engaging, interactive and hands-on approach to improving your relationship and your communication skills! Couples work together - and in facilitated coaching environments - to identify each other’s strengths, while learning research-based listening, communication, and problem-solving skills.
The last event in the series, don’t miss this opportunity to gain the proven tools and strategies that will help you get what you want and need out of your relationship!
Date:Saturday, July 23, 2011
Location:Asian Taste, 236 Calumet St. Appleton
Time:8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE . A lunch buffet will be offered during the event for a fee of $10.
For more information on the listed workshop, please call Jami at (920) 750-1126 or email her at email@example.com.
WDPHS “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”
DE PERE, Wis. July 13, 2011 – This summer, West De Pere High School brings laughter, competition, and the awkwardness of adolescence to the stage in the hilarious yet heartwarming musical comedy “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” Nominated for six Tony awards (and winner of two), the show follows the successes and failures of six bee contestants as they struggle not only with the competition, but also with discovering their own identities. With songs including “Magic Foot,” “I’m Not That Smart,” “My Friend, the Dictionary,” “Spelling Bee” will bring you buzzing back to grade school in a frenzy of vowels, consonants and heartwarming hilarity.
Cast includes: Haley Berger, Kim Brunette, Megan Dowd, Carly Gillis, Zach Hibbard, Amber Jagodzinski, Jamie Kondro, Carina Lasee, Katherine Lasee, Kelsey Norton, Michael O’Malley, Meghan Radka, and Wil Rowe.
Tech Crew include: Michelle Diederich, Justin Feaker, Ellie Grocholski, Alyssa Janco, Erich Lennon, Rachel Seiler, and Allison Tilque.
Pit Band include: Chris Amond, Natalye Jensen, Christine Lasee, Kylee Martens, Rachel Massey, Andrew Tillmann, and Molly Tillmann.
Staff includes: Sarah Lisowe (production manager/director), Hallie Batterman (director/choreographer), Tom Bebeau (head carpenter), Maggie Gertz (assistant technical director), Cliff Hannon (technical director), Pat Hansen-Schmitt (musical director).
“25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” will be performed at the WDPHS Auditorium (665 Grant St.; De Pere) on Thu. July 21st, Fri. July 22nd, and Sat. July 23rd, at 7:00pm. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Tickets are $5 and sold at door prior to show. WDPSD Staff and Students receive free admission (Students need ID).
Due to some brief language, this show may not be suitable for younger audiences. Rated PG.
What: Relay for Life Brat Fry
Where: PK Beans N’ Cream 908 N. 8th St. Manitowoc
When: Saturday July 23rd
Time: 9:00am till the food runs out
All Proceeds will benefit Relay for Life.
THE 33RD ANNUAL PULASKI POLKA DAYS…is BEING HELD JULY 21-24 AT THE PULASKI POLKA DAYS GROUNDS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.POLKADAYS.COM OR CALL 822-3869
Angelic Acres 4297 Deprey Road Abrams, WI 54101 Angelic Acres presents its annual 2011 Open Garden and Daylily Sale. Stroll through and relax in the areas largest collection of named daylily varieties. Angelic Acres is home to more than 1150 different kinds. You will also see 250 varieties of hostas and 90 different perennials. Angelic Acres is open Thursday - Sunday, July 21 - August 5. Hours are 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Friday – Sunday) and1:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Thursday). We hope to see you during this explosion of color! For further information please call 920-660-3195 or e-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Directions: From Green Bay:41/141 north (20 miles), stay on 41 towards Oconto (3.5 miles past the split), right on to Huebscher Road (Shell gas station), then right on to Deprey Road. From the north:141 south, Continue to follow US-141 S. to the split in Abrams. Merge left onto 41 towards Oconto, 3.5 miles past the split turn right on to Huebscher Road (Shell Gas Station), then right onto Deprey.
See a small exhibit on what, where and how bulk raw materials are delivered to, and removed from, Green Bay and the economic impact it has on our local economy.