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.
It takes a long time and a lot of work to heal the pain that comes with the breakup of a marriage. DivorceCare is a weekly seminar and support group for people who are separate or divorced. DC4K (DivorceCare for kids) is designed to bring healing to children of divorce and give them hope and tools to develop healthier relationships within their own families. For more information and directions visit our website at www.newhopedepere.com or call New Hope at 964-0143.
Each session is "self-contained" and participants are welcome to begin any week in the series. The series repeats every 13 weeks enabling you to attend until you are comfortable with all topics.
Date: Every Wednesday from June 2 to October 13, 2010 Time: 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Sept-Oct 3:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.) Location: Broadway District in Downtown Green Bay Description: Watch the market grow each week when you visit the BayCare Clinic presents Farmers’ Market On Broadway. Vendors line the downtown streets of the Broadway District to showcase products from fresh fruits and vegetables to bouquets of flowers and local original artwork. Live music fills the air, and event-goers can sip on wine or beer as they stroll the market. They can even shop local businesses as some will be open late. Attendance: 2,000-4,000 per week totaling more than 60,000 per season in 2009
Griefshare is a support group and class offered every wednesday evening starting September 15, 2010 and ending December 8, 2010 (13 sessions). It is located at Crossroads Community Church, 530 South Oakland Street Green Bay, WI from 6 - 8:30 pm.
It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now. If you've lost a spouse, child, family member or friend, you've probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. Come and talk with us and let us help you face the challenges you see and move toward rebuilding your life.
First Lutheran Church will holds a brand new contemporary worship service called "Cross Current". This service will be held every Wednesday night at 6:05 in the fellowship hall of First Lutheran Church at 521 N. 8th St. in Manitowoc. Everyone is welcome to attend! If you have any questions please call the church office at 920 682-7742.
Little Chute Community Band accepts volunteer members from Little Chute and surrounding communities. High school, college, professional and continuing players welcome to visit! We meet Wednesday nights 7-8:30PM in the Little Chute Library building. We are practicing for our Summer in the Park concert series! The group provides service to Little Chute and neighboring communities through park concerts, nursing home performances, and collections of goods to be donated to local charities. We also take part in social events outside of rehearsals and concerts.
Appleton Historical Society. The Appleton Historical Society meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except December) from 7-9pm to discuss, share and promote Appleton history. All are welcome! Each meeting will feature a guest speaker or discussion of Appleton artifacts. Meetings are held at Atlas Coffee Mill, 425 W. Water Street. For more information or to volunteer your time visit our website at www.focol.org/appletonhistory or call (920) 540-3699.
Upcoming events: March 16 Tom McNeely will discuss the history of Appleton streetcars and interurbans April 20 Jane Azzi will discuss the history of the Richmond Brothers' Mill, Appleton's first paper mill.
March 19 History Fair at the Farmer's Market. Held during the Indoor Winter Farmer’s Market, 9-12:30. Come learn more about the history of Appleton! Collections of Appleton artifacts, maps and photos. An Appleton Historical Society member will demonstrate how to scan, save and touch up old photos. If you are interested in displaying your Appleton collection, please contact 540-3699
Anyone can participate in Poetry Night's open reading. Registration for the open reading is from 6-6:30pm. Open reading begins at 6:30pm, followed by featured reader, Michael Koehler.
"Michael Koehler seems to find the poem wherever he looks, but takes it home and polishes it beautifully before putting it on display. Somehow, he does this without losing a feeling of immediacy, a sense of conversation."
-Ralph Murre/Editor & Publisher of Little Eagle Press/Baileys Harbor, WI
I am Love tells the story of the wealthy Recchi family, whose lives are undergoing sweeping changes. Eduardo Sr., the family patriarch, has decided to name a successor to the reins of his massive industrial company and in so doing, surprises everyone by splitting power between his son, Tancredi, and grandson, Edo. However, Edo dreams of opening a restaurant with his friend, Antonio, a talented chef. At the heart of Tancredi's family is his wife, Emma (Tilda Swinton), a Russian immigrant who has adopted the culture of Milan. An adoring and attentive mother, Emma's existence is shocked to the core when she falls deeply in love with Antonio and pursues a passionate love affair that will change his family forever. Rated R.
Click here for more information on the International Film Series.
George Lopez (http://kroc.nd.edu/people/directory/faculty/george-lopez) of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame will be the speaker. His event is on Wednesday, Sept. 21 with a 6:30pm wine & cheese reception and 7:30pm lecture in the Ft. Howard Theater. His scheduled lecture is entitled "Prospects for Peace in a World of Terrorism." he will speak on his recent experiences at the UN dealing with North Korea, sanctions and the control of nuclear proliferation. His lecture is on the International Day of Peace and he will also be receiving our Ambassador of Peace Award that evening.
Daily 10am-4pm No Registration necessary.
Enjoy paper crafts, games & scavenger hunts unique to 4 different countries. Also learn about the histoy of papermaking in each region. All of these hands-on activities are included in the regular admission price.
This offering teaches basic fabrication techniques on the laser engraver/cutter and vinyl cutter-sign fabricator that allows you to make your own working wind turbine.
This seminar allows participants to discover the many challenges inventors face in understanding, evaluating and selecting proper and affordable prototyping of their product ideas. Topics include key prototyping terms and concepts, additive manufacturing (AM) technologies and processes as well as industry standards. Also learn about digital fabrication driven inventor development, prototyping strategies and guidelines and prototyping resources.
The Winneconne Area Education Foundation’s annual Sportsmen's Banquet will be held at 5:30 pm on September 21,2011 at Critter's Wolf River Sports in Winneconne, Wisconsin.
During the banquet, which will be catered by the Fin ‘N’ Feather Restaurant, there will be door prizes, gun and bow raffles, a 50/50 raffle, silent auction and more!
The grand prize drawing will be at 8:30 pm. First place prize will be a Browning XBolt Rifle with Nikon Scope, the second prize is a one-week stay at any RCI resort condominium WORLDWIDE.
Tickets are $50 for Adults and $30 for Youth. Tickets may be purchased at Critter's Wolf River Sports, Woodeye's Bar and Grill, and the Fin 'N' Feather Restaurant.
Proceeds to benefit the Winneconne Area Education Foundation, Inc. WAEF is a non-profit organization and a component of the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation and was established to promote and support educational opportunities in the Winneconne Community School District and strengthen community participation.
Directions: From Oshkosh, Take Highway 41 North to the Highway 76 exit. Go one mile north on Highway 76 and turn left on Highway GG. Take GG straight into Winneconne. (GG will turn into Highway 116) Critter's Wolf River Sports is on the corner of Main Street and North 7th Street. From Appleton, take Highway 10 West to Highway 45 South (Ignore Closed Signs) to Winneconne exit. Exit Right off of ramp and continue one Highway 116 into Winneconne. Critter's Wolf River Sports is on the corner of Main Street and 7th Street.
Parking: Parking is available on site at Critter's Wolf River Sports in front of and to the south of the complex.
For sponsorship opportunities or general questions, please contact Jim Wolf - 920 379-3500
This year marks the 30th Anniversary of Green Bay’s own downtown arts festival: Artstreet. Beginning August 20, just one week before the 2011 Artstreet festival, the Neville is offering an exhibit looking back at 30 fun-filled years of artistic energy.
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.
We are excited to announce we are hosting our western themed
1st Annual Community Picnic
Where: Odd Fellow Home, Rebekah Haven, and Friendship Place Community court yard.
This event is open to our residents, families, friends, and the community! Please join us for food, entertainment, social interaction, and just plan old fun! Our menu will be sloppy joes, baked beans, chips, and cookies! This will be a great opportunity to come, relax, and listen to music. If you haven’t already toured our buildings we encourage you to join us. Tours will be available of our brand new Assisted Living Memory Care Unit Friendship Place, and our existing buildings, Rebekah Haven and Odd Fellow Home.
George Lopez of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame will be at St. Norbert College on Wednesday, Sept. 21 for a 6:30pm wine & cheese reception and 7:30pm lecture in the Ft. Howard Theater. The lecture is entitled "Prospects for Peace in a World of Terrorism." He will speak on his recent experiences at the UN dealing with North Korea, sanctions and the control of nuclear proliferation. His lecture also falls on the International Day of Peace, and he will also be receiving the college's Ambassador of Peace Award that evening.
Please join us in creating a community of Servant Leaders. Keynote Speaker will be Robert Chapman, Chairman and CEO of Barry-Wehmiller who is speaking on People-Centric Leadership. Learn what Servant Leadership is and how to start your journey!
Please RSVP with the number of attendees to Meredith Bartos at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 14th.
Seating limited and FREE to attend.
Some of the world's most innovative documentary filmmakers will explore the hidden side of everything. The directors follow the basic path of the famous book and take on such issues as ethnic and class stereotypes, a Sumo wrestling cheating scandal in Japan, abortion rate vs the crime rate and incentivizing students to improve grades.