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  • Books N’ Brew for Teens @ Mugs Coffeehouse
    16:00-18:00
    02.06.2018

    Tuesday, February 6 at 4:00 P.M.
    Catch up with what other teen readers are enjoying on Tuesday, February 6 at 4:00 P.M. at Mugs Coffeehouse as you warm yourself with delicious hot beverage! Unlike traditional book clubs, there are no assigned books. Instead, read what you like and then share what you read. Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague will be on hand to offer reader’s advisory to get you hooked on your next favorite book! This teens-only (12+) reading group meets at Mugs Coffeehouse.
    Visit us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/RiponPublicLibrary, to preview our upcoming winter and spring events!
     
    These programs are free and open to the public. Call the library at 748-6160 or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org for more information.
     
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  • Wild Rose School District Pre-Kindergarten Screening
    All day
    02.08.2018
    N5275 County Rd NN, Pine River, WI 54965, USA

    N5275 County Rd NN, Pine River, WI 54965, USA

    Thurs., Feb. 8 at Pleasant View Elementary School, N5275 County Road NN, Pine River

    All 3-year old children (before 9-1-2018) & all 4-year old children (before 9-1-2018) in the Wild Rose School District, & any 5-year old children (before 9-1-2018) who were not screened last spring, or are NOT attending 4-year old Kindergarten now.

    Contact Tammy Wilkinson 920-987-5123 to register & set up an appointment.

  • Ripon Public Library Blue Zone Healthy Lifestyle Series
    18:30-20:00
    02.08.2018

    Blue Zone Healthy Lifestyle Series

    Stay tuned for Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Brenda Block’s upcoming Blue Zone Diets series at the Ripon Public Library. This series will explore the diets and lifestyles of those living in the Blue Zones – areas of the world where people are the healthiest and live the longest. People in these cultures often live to be 100 years and they remain healthy! Join us as we cover a different regional diet each month, Thursdays at 6:30 P.M. this winter and spring:

    • January 25 – Sardinia, Italy
    • February 8 – Okinawa, Japan
    • March 8 – Loma Linda, California
    • April 12 – Nicoya, Costa Rica
    • May 10 – Ikaria, Greece

    Visit us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/RiponPublicLibrary, to preview our upcoming winter and spring events!

     

    These programs are free and open to the public. Call the library at 748-6160 or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org for more information.

  • Blue Zone Healthy Lifestyle Series at Ripon Library
    18:30-20:30
    02.08.2018

    Stay tuned for Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Brenda Block’s upcoming Blue Zone Diets series at the Ripon Public Library. This series will explore the diets and lifestyles of those living in the Blue Zones – areas of the world where people are the healthiest and live the longest. People in these cultures often live to be 100 years and they remain healthy! Join us as we cover a different regional diet each month, Thursdays at 6:30 P.M. this winter and spring:
    • February 8 – Okinawa, Japan
    • March 8 – Loma Linda, California
    • April 12 – Nicoya, Costa Rica
    • May 10 – Ikaria, Greece
    Visit us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/RiponPublicLibrary, to preview our upcoming winter and spring events!
     
    These programs are free and open to the public. Call the library at 748-6160 or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org for more information.
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  • Coloma Lions Annual Fisheree on Pleasant Lake
    All day
    02.10.2018

    The Coloma Lions will hold their annual Fisheree on Pleasant Lake on Saturday, February 10th. There are fishing prizes and a heated tent with food, beverage, and raffles.

    The Coloma Pathfinders Snowmobile club will host its annual Radar Run the same day on Pleasant Lake. There is a food trailer near the radar run with food and drink. Three trophies for each class will be awarded. More information can be found on www.visitcoloma.com or www.colomapathfinders.com. The Coloma Pathfinder Snowmobile Club sponsors cross country ski and snowshoe trails in the Coloma Community Park which are open to the public.

  • Arts & Crafts with Kathy at Town Square in Green Lake
    10:00-12:00
    02.10.2018

    Arts & Crafts with Kathy
    Saturday, February 10 | 10 am to 12 pm
    Town Square
    Join Kathy McLaughlin on this crafty-dandy, super-sonic, bundle-of-fun held on Saturday mornings.
    Perfect for kids of ages 5 and over.
    Tickets are just $15 per child and include all supplies!
    Spots are limited, so move fast! Pay at the door or sign up now!
  • Gaelic Harp Concert at Caestecker Public Library
    10:00-11:30
    02.10.2018

    Gaelic Harp Concert
    Saturday, February 10 | 10 am to 11:30 am
    Caestecker Public Library
    Harpist Jeff Pockat’s visit to the Caestecker Library went so well last October that they invited him back to play for you this morning. Traditional Gaelic and original tunes played on the harp. It’s magical.
  • Wild Rose Kiwanis Valentine’s Luncheon
    11:30-13:00
    02.10.2018

    See flyer for info……….

  • 19th Annual Candlelight Sweetheart Event
    16:00-20:00
    02.10.2018

    19th Annual
    Candlelight Sweetheart Event
    Saturday, February 10, 2018
    4PM-8PM
    Activities include:
    • Hike & Snowshoe a candlelit Trail
    • Winter Bonfire
    • Signature “Rustic Raffle”
     • FREE Drawings
    • Music by Nic Rossi Xperience
    & much more!
    Admission:
    $5/person, $15/family of 4
    (Includes ONE Bowl of Chili + Beverage Bar per person)
    Support our “Rustic Raffle”
    (Need NOT be present to win)
    Proceeds benefit the Waushara County Chapter to help build and maintain trail in Waushara County!
    Raffle Tickets available at event.
    $5/each, 3/$10, 10/$20
    Raffle items include a 3-day, 2-night Northwoods Getaway, handcrafted Log Bench, custom-made “Ski” Coat Rack, framed print by Susan Klabak, ”Picnic in the Field” Dinner Package for 4 and much more!
    Any Questions?
    Contact Jenny Addis, Coordinator
  • More events
    • Coloma Lions Annual Fisheree on Pleasant Lake
      All day
      02.10.2018

      The Coloma Lions will hold their annual Fisheree on Pleasant Lake on Saturday, February 10th. There are fishing prizes and a heated tent with food, beverage, and raffles.

      The Coloma Pathfinders Snowmobile club will host its annual Radar Run the same day on Pleasant Lake. There is a food trailer near the radar run with food and drink. Three trophies for each class will be awarded. More information can be found on www.visitcoloma.com or www.colomapathfinders.com. The Coloma Pathfinder Snowmobile Club sponsors cross country ski and snowshoe trails in the Coloma Community Park which are open to the public.

    • Arts & Crafts with Kathy at Town Square in Green Lake
      10:00-12:00
      02.10.2018
      Arts & Crafts with Kathy
      Saturday, February 10 | 10 am to 12 pm
      Town Square
      Join Kathy McLaughlin on this crafty-dandy, super-sonic, bundle-of-fun held on Saturday mornings.
      Perfect for kids of ages 5 and over.
      Tickets are just $15 per child and include all supplies!
      Spots are limited, so move fast! Pay at the door or sign up now!
    • Gaelic Harp Concert at Caestecker Public Library
      10:00-11:30
      02.10.2018
      Gaelic Harp Concert
      Saturday, February 10 | 10 am to 11:30 am
      Caestecker Public Library
      Harpist Jeff Pockat’s visit to the Caestecker Library went so well last October that they invited him back to play for you this morning. Traditional Gaelic and original tunes played on the harp. It’s magical.
    • Wild Rose Kiwanis Valentine's Luncheon
      11:30-13:00
      02.10.2018

      See flyer for info……….

    • 19th Annual Candlelight Sweetheart Event
      16:00-20:00
      02.10.2018
      19th Annual
      Candlelight Sweetheart Event
      Saturday, February 10, 2018
      4PM-8PM
      Activities include:
      • Hike & Snowshoe a candlelit Trail
      • Winter Bonfire
      • Signature “Rustic Raffle”
       • FREE Drawings
      • Music by Nic Rossi Xperience
      & much more!
      Admission:
      $5/person, $15/family of 4
      (Includes ONE Bowl of Chili + Beverage Bar per person)
      Support our “Rustic Raffle”
      (Need NOT be present to win)
      Proceeds benefit the Waushara County Chapter to help build and maintain trail in Waushara County!
      Raffle Tickets available at event.
      $5/each, 3/$10, 10/$20
      Raffle items include a 3-day, 2-night Northwoods Getaway, handcrafted Log Bench, custom-made “Ski” Coat Rack, framed print by Susan Klabak, ”Picnic in the Field” Dinner Package for 4 and much more!
      Any Questions?
      Contact Jenny Addis, Coordinator
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  • Old National Bank’s “Choose Your Charity” Campaign
    All day
    02.12.2018-02.28.2018

    How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
     Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
    If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
     Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
    <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
     At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

     

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  • Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary to host ‘Treats for Your Sweets’
    09:00-15:00
    02.13.2018

    February 13

                The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary is introducing a new fund-raiser – Treats for Your Sweets – starting at 9 a.m. (while supplies last) on Tuesday, February 13 at Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street.

                The bake sale will feature homemade goodies just in time for Valentine’s Day! Stop by the Ripon Medical Center Atrium (outside the gift shop) to pick out your favorite treats. Purchases can be made by cash, check or credit card.

                All proceeds will benefit Ripon Medical Center patient programs and services.

                For more information, call Volunteer Services at (920) 745-3670.

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  • Old National Bank’s “Choose Your Charity” Campaign
    All day
    02.14.2018-02.28.2018

    How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
     Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
    If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
     Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
    <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
     At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

     

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  • Old National Bank’s “Choose Your Charity” Campaign
    All day
    02.16.2018-02.28.2018

    How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
     Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
    If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
     Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
    <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
     At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

     

  • Walker’s Bar & Grill in Green Lake Ice Fisheree
    All day
    02.16.2018-02.18.2018

    Green Lake Ice Fisherees
    Walker’s Bar & Grill Ice Fisheree
    Friday, February 16 to Sunday, February 18
    Tickets for Walker’s Bar & Grill’s Ice Fisheree are on sale now at the restaurant. This three-day event features the fisheree out on Big Green, a meat raffle on Saturday from 3 to 4 pm and music with Kenny James Live Duo Saturday night. Come back at 1 pm on Sunday to see who caught the biggest fish! For more information call (920) 748-3661.
  • Ribbon Cutting at Fire Escape Art Studio + Gallery
    12:00-13:00
    02.16.2018
    423 N Main St, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA

    423 N Main St, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA

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  • Cross Country Ski Race (Glide) and Fat Tire Bicycle Race (Ride) at the Coloma Park
    All day
    02.17.2018

    There will be a Cross Country Ski Race (Glide) and Fat Tire Bicycle Race (Ride) at the Coloma Park on Saturday, February 17th to raise money to support the trails and required grooming. Information on www.colomapathfinders. com

  • Reilly’s Pub Ice Fisheree
    06:00-15:00
    02.17.2018

    Saturday, February 17 | 6 am to 3 pm
    Raffles as well as prizes for the biggest fish caught are all parts of this fun-filled day on the lake! Grab your rods and bait, and head to Reilly’s Pub to sign up for their ice fisheree! For more information, call (920) 295-0656.
  • Volunteers needed in Montello
    09:00-15:00
    02.17.2018

  • Fitness Flurry
    09:00-12:00
    02.17.2018

    Saturday, February 17th, Fitness Flurry.  Waushara county Health Department and Wellness Coalition, Waushara Prevention Council, and the Wautoma Area School District are teaming up together for another fun Fitness Flurry on February 17th from 9am-12pm. Try free 30-minute workout sessions for all ages at the Wautoma High School Fieldhouse and check out fun and educational health resources and exhibits. Some examples of workout classes include rock climbing, Strong by Zumba, Dance Dance Revolution, POUND, Tae Kwon Do, Zumba, and more! Class sizes are limited and will be a first come first served basis. For event updates or more information, visit www.wautomasd.org.

  • More events
    • Cross Country Ski Race (Glide) and Fat Tire Bicycle Race (Ride) at the Coloma Park
      All day
      02.17.2018

      There will be a Cross Country Ski Race (Glide) and Fat Tire Bicycle Race (Ride) at the Coloma Park on Saturday, February 17th to raise money to support the trails and required grooming. Information on www.colomapathfinders. com

    • Reilly's Pub Ice Fisheree
      06:00-15:00
      02.17.2018
      Saturday, February 17 | 6 am to 3 pm
      Raffles as well as prizes for the biggest fish caught are all parts of this fun-filled day on the lake! Grab your rods and bait, and head to Reilly’s Pub to sign up for their ice fisheree! For more information, call (920) 295-0656.
    • Volunteers needed in Montello
      09:00-15:00
      02.17.2018

    • Fitness Flurry
      09:00-12:00
      02.17.2018

      Saturday, February 17th, Fitness Flurry.  Waushara county Health Department and Wellness Coalition, Waushara Prevention Council, and the Wautoma Area School District are teaming up together for another fun Fitness Flurry on February 17th from 9am-12pm. Try free 30-minute workout sessions for all ages at the Wautoma High School Fieldhouse and check out fun and educational health resources and exhibits. Some examples of workout classes include rock climbing, Strong by Zumba, Dance Dance Revolution, POUND, Tae Kwon Do, Zumba, and more! Class sizes are limited and will be a first come first served basis. For event updates or more information, visit www.wautomasd.org.

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  • Annual Polar Plunge in Wautoma for Water Ops Team
    All day
    02.18.2018

    Sunday, February 18th, Annual Polar Plunge for Water Ops Team. Join the WAFD/Dive Team for their Annual Polar Plunge on Sunday, February 18th at Silvercryst in Wautoma. Start getting your team together to raise money for the Water Ops/Dive Team. There will be a chicken buffet, gun raffle, and water rescue demonstration to follow the plunge. More details will come!

  • Living Anew Farm’s Winter Fest
    11:00-14:00
    02.18.2018
    432 E Berlin St, Neshkoro, WI 54960, USA

    432 E Berlin St, Neshkoro, WI 54960, USA

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  • Old National Bank’s “Choose Your Charity” Campaign
    All day
    02.19.2018-02.28.2018

    How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
     Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
    If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
     Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
    <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
     At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

     

  • RMC Auxiliary hosts third annual flower sale
    All day
    02.19.2018

    The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary is hosting its third annual spring flower sale. Proceeds will support Ripon Medical Center programs and student scholarships.

    Order forms feature a variety of hanging baskets from Bloch’s Farm (Green Lake), and are available at the Ripon Medical Center information desk and gift shop, or by visiting www.agnesian.com/flower-sale.

    Completed forms, along with a check for payment, can be dropped off at – or mailed to – Ripon Medical Center gift shop, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon.

    The deadline for placing an order is March 5, 2018. Flowers will be ready for pick up at Bloch’s Farm from 2 to 6 p.m. on Friday, May 4.

    For more information, contact Diane Smith at (920) 948-2420.

  • Redgranite Community Blood Drive
    10:00-13:30
    02.19.2018
    1006 County Rd EE, Redgranite, WI 54970, USA

    1006 County Rd EE, Redgranite, WI 54970, USA

    Held at the Redgranite Correctional Institute
    1006 County Road EE, Redgranite
    Monday, February 19
    10:00am – 1:30pm
    To schedule an appointment, call the Community Blood Center at 800-280-4102. Scheduling an appointment in advance helps to ensure a speedy donation for all.

     

     

  • Soup & Scripture at All Saints Parish Hall, Berlin
    17:15-20:00
    02.19.2018

    Mary, A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother.  5:15 Monday evenings from Feb. 19 (now) thru March 26.

    They provide the soup, beverage & a video on Mary in the Bible.  You bring your favorite kind of bread & a friend to share it with!

  • More events
    • Old National Bank's "Choose Your Charity" Campaign
      All day
      02.19.2018-02.28.2018
      How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
       Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
      If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
       Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
      <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
       At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

       

    • RMC Auxiliary hosts third annual flower sale
      All day
      02.19.2018

      The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary is hosting its third annual spring flower sale. Proceeds will support Ripon Medical Center programs and student scholarships.

      Order forms feature a variety of hanging baskets from Bloch’s Farm (Green Lake), and are available at the Ripon Medical Center information desk and gift shop, or by visiting www.agnesian.com/flower-sale.

      Completed forms, along with a check for payment, can be dropped off at – or mailed to – Ripon Medical Center gift shop, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon.

      The deadline for placing an order is March 5, 2018. Flowers will be ready for pick up at Bloch’s Farm from 2 to 6 p.m. on Friday, May 4.

      For more information, contact Diane Smith at (920) 948-2420.

    • Redgranite Community Blood Drive
      10:00-13:30
      02.19.2018
      1006 County Rd EE, Redgranite, WI 54970, USA
      1006 County Rd EE, Redgranite, WI 54970, USA
      Held at the Redgranite Correctional Institute
      1006 County Road EE, Redgranite
      Monday, February 19
      10:00am – 1:30pm
      To schedule an appointment, call the Community Blood Center at 800-280-4102. Scheduling an appointment in advance helps to ensure a speedy donation for all.

       

       

    • Soup & Scripture at All Saints Parish Hall, Berlin
      17:15-20:00
      02.19.2018

      Mary, A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother.  5:15 Monday evenings from Feb. 19 (now) thru March 26.

      They provide the soup, beverage & a video on Mary in the Bible.  You bring your favorite kind of bread & a friend to share it with!

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  • Adult Game Night at Ripon Public Library–Hand Management Games
    18:00-20:00
    02.20.2018

    Adult Game Night – Hand Management Games

    Tuesday, February 20 at 6:00 P.M.

    Put your game face on and head over to the Ripon Public Library on Tuesday, February 20 at 6:00 P.M. for some kids-free, adult gaming! This month we will focus on games that have a prominent hand management game mechanic. Our feature game will beLibertalia, but we will also have copies of PandemicCastle Panic7 Wonders, and Ticket to Ride available for participants to explore. What are hand management games? As Board Game Geek describes it, “Managing your hand means gaining the most value out of available cards under given circumstances. Cards often have multiple uses in the game, further obfuscating an ‘optimal’ sequence.”  For a game description, instructions and a video tutorial for our feature game, Libertalia, please visit our website at https://www.riponlibrary.org/HandManagementGames.Did we miss a hand management game you enjoy? Bring your favorites to share! Adult Game Night meets the third Tuesday of every month at 6:00 P.M.

    Team Trivia Night – (Ages 14 to Adult)

    Friday, February 23 at 6:45 P.M.

    Exercise your brain! Test your knowledge during an evening of fun at Team Trivia Night at the Ripon Public Library for ages 14 – adult. No entry fee. Cash prizes will be awarded for teams that come in 1st ($100) and 2nd ($50). Team captains must register their team (limit of 8 participants per team) by calling 748-6160 or stopping by the library’s circulation desk. Once your team has been registered, you may not add more members (you may make substitutions). Space is limited, so register your team to reserve your table. Check in is at 6:45 P.M. with trivia starting at 7:00 P.M. If all the members of your team have not arrived by check in, we will start adding teams from the waiting list to participate instead. Please contact Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org or 748-6160 with any questions.

    Books N’ Brew – Adult Reading Group (Ages 16+)

    Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M.

    Catch up with what other readers are enjoying over a cup of coffee on Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M. at Mugs Coffeehouse. Unlike traditional book clubs, there are no assigned books. Instead, read what you like and then choose how you share your reading experience. Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague will be on hand to offer reader’s advisory to get you hooked on your next favorite read!

    These programs are free and open to the public. Registration is not required unless specifically stated. Call the library at 748-6160 or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org for more information.

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  • Old National Bank’s “Choose Your Charity” Campaign
    All day
    02.21.2018-02.28.2018

    How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
     Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
    If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
     Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
    <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
     At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

     

  • RMC Auxiliary hosts third annual flower sale
    All day
    02.21.2018

    The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary is hosting its third annual spring flower sale. Proceeds will support Ripon Medical Center programs and student scholarships.

    Order forms feature a variety of hanging baskets from Bloch’s Farm (Green Lake), and are available at the Ripon Medical Center information desk and gift shop, or by visiting www.agnesian.com/flower-sale.

    Completed forms, along with a check for payment, can be dropped off at – or mailed to – Ripon Medical Center gift shop, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon.

    The deadline for placing an order is March 5, 2018. Flowers will be ready for pick up at Bloch’s Farm from 2 to 6 p.m. on Friday, May 4.

    For more information, contact Diane Smith at (920) 948-2420.

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  • Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary to host book fair
    10:00-15:00
    02.22.2018
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA


    Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary to host book fair February 22

                The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary will host a Collective Goods book fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, February 22 at Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street.

                The Collective Goods book fair features quality books and gifts at 50 to 75 percent off retail price, and includes bestsellers, children’s, reference, hobby, nature and wildlife, sports and cooking titles – as well as gift items.

                The book fair is open to the public, and all proceeds will benefit Ripon Medical Center patient programs and services.

                Purchases can be made by cash, check or credit card. For more information, call Volunteer Services at (920) 745-3670.

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  • Old National Bank’s “Choose Your Charity” Campaign
    All day
    02.23.2018-02.28.2018

    How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
     Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
    If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
     Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
    <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
     At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

     

  • We’re Here for a Fish Fry! documentary hosted by Freeland Film Festival
    17:00-22:00
    02.23.2018

    We’re Here for a Fish Fry!
    Friday, February 23 | 5 pm to 9 pm
    Green Lake American Legion Post 306 | Host: Freeland Film Festival
    Freeland Film Festival is hosting We’re Here for a Fish Fry! a documentary by producer/director Ron Faiola. This event features the movie and dinner. American Legion doors open at 5:00 pm, Movie at 6:00, with fish fry to follow .
    Tickets are only $20 and you get a fish fry and a local movie about fish fries! How much more Wisconsin does it get? Tickets can be purchased at the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, Green Lake American Legion Post 306, and Adam’s Rib.
  • Team Trivia Night – (Ages 14 to Adult) at Ripon Public Library
    18:45-20:00
    02.23.2018

    Team Trivia Night – (Ages 14 to Adult)

    Friday, February 23 at 6:45 P.M.

    Exercise your brain! Test your knowledge during an evening of fun at Team Trivia Night at the Ripon Public Library for ages 14 – adult. No entry fee. Cash prizes will be awarded for teams that come in 1st ($100) and 2nd ($50). Team captains must register their team (limit of 8 participants per team) by calling 748-6160 or stopping by the library’s circulation desk. Once your team has been registered, you may not add more members (you may make substitutions). Space is limited, so register your team to reserve your table. Check in is at 6:45 P.M. with trivia starting at 7:00 P.M. If all the members of your team have not arrived by check in, we will start adding teams from the waiting list to participate instead. Please contact Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org or 748-6160 with any questions.

    Books N’ Brew – Adult Reading Group (Ages 16+)

    Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M.

    Catch up with what other readers are enjoying over a cup of coffee on Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M. at Mugs Coffeehouse. Unlike traditional book clubs, there are no assigned books. Instead, read what you like and then choose how you share your reading experience. Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague will be on hand to offer reader’s advisory to get you hooked on your next favorite read!

    These programs are free and open to the public. Registration is not required unless specifically stated. Call the library at 748-6160 or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org for more information.

  • Battle on Bago
    21:42
    02.23.2018-02.24.2018

    Feb. 23-24

    $275,000 in cash & prizes.  Fishing tickets $30.

    Raffle tickets $5 each or 5 for $20.  Tickets available at Berlin Conservation Club 361-4413

    www.BattleOnBago.com

     

  • More events
    • Old National Bank's "Choose Your Charity" Campaign
      All day
      02.23.2018-02.28.2018
      How would your organization like to win $1,000? Old National Bank would love to make that a reality. To celebrate our growth and say thank you to the Waushara community, Old National is launching our “Choose Your Charity” campaign. We’ll be giving a total of $39,000 to area 501(c)(3) organizations and the winners will be chosen by the community.
       Voting begins February 1 and continues through February 28. To cast a vote in support of their favorite charity, anyone 18 and older can stop by any of our banking centers or visit us online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity. At the end of the campaign, all votes will be tallied, and the charity with the most votes in each banking center will receive $1,000! For a list of participating locations, visit oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
      If your organization would like a chance to take home the $1,000, you can help us spread the word! Follow Old National on Facebook for updates throughout the campaign. In addition, simply customize the following message and share it with your members and supporters online, via email, newsletter, etc. I have electronic / social media resources available to use with your supporters. If you would like them, please contact me or onbwi@oldnational.com. I have also attached a printable flyer that can be displayed and an overview that explains more about this program. We will be hosting an open house at the Wautoma location on Friday, February 16th from 10:00 am- 3:00 pm, we would love to see you stop in to vote.
       Help us win $1,000 from Old National Bank!
      <Insert 501(c)(3) organization name> has a chance to win $1,000 in the Old National Bank “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please help us win by voting online at oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity or by visiting any Wisconsin Old National banking center. They will give $1,000 to the charity with the most votes at each banking center. And with your help, that could be us! Anyone 18 or older can vote once each day; and you don’t have to be an Old National client. Voting ends February 28, so vote today for <charity name> by visiting your nearest Old National banking center or by visiting oldnational.com/chooseyourcharity.
       At Old National, community service is at the heart of all we do. We’re proud to be a part of the Wautoma area, and we are sincerely committed to strengthening our communities through programs like the “Choose Your Charity” campaign. Please let me know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!

       

    • We're Here for a Fish Fry! documentary hosted by Freeland Film Festival
      17:00-22:00
      02.23.2018
      We’re Here for a Fish Fry!
      Friday, February 23 | 5 pm to 9 pm
      Green Lake American Legion Post 306 | Host: Freeland Film Festival
      Freeland Film Festival is hosting We’re Here for a Fish Fry! a documentary by producer/director Ron Faiola. This event features the movie and dinner. American Legion doors open at 5:00 pm, Movie at 6:00, with fish fry to follow .
      Tickets are only $20 and you get a fish fry and a local movie about fish fries! How much more Wisconsin does it get? Tickets can be purchased at the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, Green Lake American Legion Post 306, and Adam’s Rib.
    • Team Trivia Night – (Ages 14 to Adult) at Ripon Public Library
      18:45-20:00
      02.23.2018

      Team Trivia Night – (Ages 14 to Adult)

      Friday, February 23 at 6:45 P.M.

      Exercise your brain! Test your knowledge during an evening of fun at Team Trivia Night at the Ripon Public Library for ages 14 – adult. No entry fee. Cash prizes will be awarded for teams that come in 1st ($100) and 2nd ($50). Team captains must register their team (limit of 8 participants per team) by calling 748-6160 or stopping by the library’s circulation desk. Once your team has been registered, you may not add more members (you may make substitutions). Space is limited, so register your team to reserve your table. Check in is at 6:45 P.M. with trivia starting at 7:00 P.M. If all the members of your team have not arrived by check in, we will start adding teams from the waiting list to participate instead. Please contact Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org or 748-6160 with any questions.

      Books N’ Brew – Adult Reading Group (Ages 16+)

      Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M.

      Catch up with what other readers are enjoying over a cup of coffee on Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M. at Mugs Coffeehouse. Unlike traditional book clubs, there are no assigned books. Instead, read what you like and then choose how you share your reading experience. Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague will be on hand to offer reader’s advisory to get you hooked on your next favorite read!

      These programs are free and open to the public. Registration is not required unless specifically stated. Call the library at 748-6160 or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org for more information.

    • Battle on Bago
      21:42
      02.23.2018-02.24.2018

      Feb. 23-24

      $275,000 in cash & prizes.  Fishing tickets $30.

      Raffle tickets $5 each or 5 for $20.  Tickets available at Berlin Conservation Club 361-4413

      www.BattleOnBago.com

       

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  • Wild Rose Kiwanis Broadway Musical Day Trip
    All day
    02.24.2018

    Saturday, February 24th, The Wild Rose Kiwanis Broadway Musical Day Trip. The WR Kiwanis would like to invite you to join them on Saturday, February 24th for the Broadway musical, An American in Paris at Fox Valley Performing Arts Center with private planetarium show. Thanks to discounted group prices, their total price with transportation is less than you would pay for an individual ticket. Call Vicki Martin to reserve your spot at 920-787-2129.

  • North Bay Sport & Liquor Trout Derby
    All day
    02.24.2018-02.25.2018

    Saturday, February 24 & Sunday, February 25
    12:01 am February 24 to 3 pm February 25
    Tickets are now on sale for North Bay Sport & Liquor’s Trout Derby! Tickets are $10 per person. North Bay would like to remind participants that each person must have their own ticket. All fish must be weighed in at North Bay by 3 pm Sunday, February 25.
  • 56th Annual Marion Lions Fish Derby
    07:00-16:00
    02.24.2018

    Sat., Feb. 24.  Held at Lions Point.  Register fish from 7a- 4p.

    $10,000 in cash prizes!  Mid State Ice races at 1p.m.  Music by LA Woman inside  shelterhouse 10a-7p

    Hot lunch, coffee, beer.  Fishing contest, pool tournament, wagon rides on ice!  Proceeds used for Lions Charities.

    www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/marionwi

  • 27th Annual Berlin Conservation Club Banquet
    17:30-23:00
    02.24.2018

    Sat., Feb. 24, doors open 5:30p.m., dinner 7p.m.

    Early bird deadline, Thurs., Jan. 25 (buy your ticket by the early bird ddeadline & get FREE 2018 membership).  BCC Bucks available until Jan. 25 (Get $125 worth of BCC Bucks for only $100).

    Food pantry raffle…all food collected will be donated to the Berlin Food Pantry.

    Contact Banquet Chairperson, Don Metzer 920-259-9838, don@admachine.biz or for Ticket Chairperson Dave Polzin 920-573-2760, roosterbooster1@gmail.com

  • More events
    • Wild Rose Kiwanis Broadway Musical Day Trip
      All day
      02.24.2018

      Saturday, February 24th, The Wild Rose Kiwanis Broadway Musical Day Trip. The WR Kiwanis would like to invite you to join them on Saturday, February 24th for the Broadway musical, An American in Paris at Fox Valley Performing Arts Center with private planetarium show. Thanks to discounted group prices, their total price with transportation is less than you would pay for an individual ticket. Call Vicki Martin to reserve your spot at 920-787-2129.

    • North Bay Sport & Liquor Trout Derby
      All day
      02.24.2018-02.25.2018
      Saturday, February 24 & Sunday, February 25
      12:01 am February 24 to 3 pm February 25
      Tickets are now on sale for North Bay Sport & Liquor’s Trout Derby! Tickets are $10 per person. North Bay would like to remind participants that each person must have their own ticket. All fish must be weighed in at North Bay by 3 pm Sunday, February 25.
    • 56th Annual Marion Lions Fish Derby
      07:00-16:00
      02.24.2018

      Sat., Feb. 24.  Held at Lions Point.  Register fish from 7a- 4p.

      $10,000 in cash prizes!  Mid State Ice races at 1p.m.  Music by LA Woman inside  shelterhouse 10a-7p

      Hot lunch, coffee, beer.  Fishing contest, pool tournament, wagon rides on ice!  Proceeds used for Lions Charities.

      www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/marionwi

    • 27th Annual Berlin Conservation Club Banquet
      17:30-23:00
      02.24.2018

      Sat., Feb. 24, doors open 5:30p.m., dinner 7p.m.

      Early bird deadline, Thurs., Jan. 25 (buy your ticket by the early bird ddeadline & get FREE 2018 membership).  BCC Bucks available until Jan. 25 (Get $125 worth of BCC Bucks for only $100).

      Food pantry raffle…all food collected will be donated to the Berlin Food Pantry.

      Contact Banquet Chairperson, Don Metzer 920-259-9838, don@admachine.biz or for Ticket Chairperson Dave Polzin 920-573-2760, roosterbooster1@gmail.com

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  • Books N’ Brew – Adult Reading Group (Ages 16+) at Ripon Public Library
    18:00-20:00
    02.27.2018

    Books N’ Brew – Adult Reading Group (Ages 16+)

    Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M.

    Catch up with what other readers are enjoying over a cup of coffee on Tuesday, February 27 at 6:00 P.M. at Mugs Coffeehouse. Unlike traditional book clubs, there are no assigned books. Instead, read what you like and then choose how you share your reading experience. Adult/Teen Services Librarian, Mandy Sprague will be on hand to offer reader’s advisory to get you hooked on your next favorite read!

    These programs are free and open to the public. Registration is not required unless specifically stated. Call the library at 748-6160 or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org for more information.

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