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  • Berlin’s Taste of Berlin Feastival
    17:30-20:30
    03.02.2017

    SAVE THE DATE & BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY!

    TASTE OF BERLIN – ANNIVERSARY FEASTIVAL

    Join the Chamber for our 10th Anniversary feastival, Taste of Berlin

    Thursday, March 2, 5:30pm-8:30pm at City Inn, Berlin

    It’s the Beer & Wine Extravaganza with a new name! Your ticket includes one of our NEW glasses, one entry for a door prize and all you can eat and drink until 8:30pm. Raffle tickets are available for purchase to win baskets donated by local businesses.

    Advance Tickets: Chamber Members $20 / Non- Members $25 / At the Door $35

    Act fast, we sell-out annually!  Purchase tickets at Farmers & Merchants Bank and 1st National Bank during normal business hours or Thursdays and Fridays at the Berlin Chamber Office.

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  • Vintage Shop Hop is coming to Omro
    All day
    03.03.2017-03.04.2017

    Vintage Shop Hop is coming to Omro!

    A self-guided road trip to over 300 vintage shops, antique stores and events in the Northern Illinois & Southern Wisconsin region. The shop owners will roll out the red carpet for you with special shop hop promotions, treats, demonstrations and discounts. You decide where you want to road trip to. Grab your friends. Hit the road. Shop hard.

    Future Omro will be supplying 200 bags for this event and is looking for businesses that would like to be included. If you are interested, please contact Dana Racine at dracine@omro-wi.com or call 920.685.7005. Thank you!

  • Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary offers scholarships to area students
    All day
    03.03.2017

    Area high school seniors who plan to pursue a career in healthcare are invited to apply for scholarships offered by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary and the Arlene Fenner Family Endowed Scholarship Fund.

    Three $1,000 scholarships and one $500 scholarship are being offered to eligible students who attend one of the following schools: Green Lake High School, Markesan High School, Princeton High School or Ripon High School.

    Applications are available at area high school guidance offices, Ripon Medical Center information desk, and online at agnesian.com/scholarships or foxriverscholarshipcenter.org.  Be sure to use the 2017 Ripon Medical Center application. Applications must be postmarked by March 15, 2017.

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

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  • Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary offers scholarships to area students
    All day
    03.08.2017

    Area high school seniors who plan to pursue a career in healthcare are invited to apply for scholarships offered by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary and the Arlene Fenner Family Endowed Scholarship Fund.

    Three $1,000 scholarships and one $500 scholarship are being offered to eligible students who attend one of the following schools: Green Lake High School, Markesan High School, Princeton High School or Ripon High School.

    Applications are available at area high school guidance offices, Ripon Medical Center information desk, and online at agnesian.com/scholarships or foxriverscholarshipcenter.org.  Be sure to use the 2017 Ripon Medical Center application. Applications must be postmarked by March 15, 2017.

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

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  • Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary offers scholarships to area students
    All day
    03.13.2017

    Area high school seniors who plan to pursue a career in healthcare are invited to apply for scholarships offered by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary and the Arlene Fenner Family Endowed Scholarship Fund.

    Three $1,000 scholarships and one $500 scholarship are being offered to eligible students who attend one of the following schools: Green Lake High School, Markesan High School, Princeton High School or Ripon High School.

    Applications are available at area high school guidance offices, Ripon Medical Center information desk, and online at agnesian.com/scholarships or foxriverscholarshipcenter.org.  Be sure to use the 2017 Ripon Medical Center application. Applications must be postmarked by March 15, 2017.

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

  • Volunteer Management Webinar Series
    11:00-12:00
    03.13.2017

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  • Green Lake Bird & Nature Club Meeting
    18:00-20:00
    03.14.2017

    Green Lake Bird & Nature Club
    March 14, 2017 | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm | Town Square
    The meetings of the Green Lake Bird and Nature Club are open to the public, and anyone is welcome to attend. We typically start at 6 PM, and the meeting with a presentation usually lasts about two hours. The club will also have periodic field trips throughout the year, and hold an annual bird festival on the last Saturday of April. Please contact club president Tom Schultz at 920-960-1796 with questions, or for more information.
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  • Ripon’s Child Development Days for 3 yr. olds
    08:30-09:30
    03.17.2017
    100-198 Ringstad Dr, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    100-198 Ringstad Dr, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    The Ripon Area School District is sponsoring a development screening for all children who will be 3 years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2017.

    Fri., March 17, 8:30a.m.-9:30a.m.

    Barlow Park Elementery/Journey Charter School, 100 Ringstad Drive Ripon)

    To schedule an appointment, call Dee at 748-1599

  • Ripon’s Child Development Days for 4 yr. olds
    09:45-16:45
    03.17.2017
    100-198 Ringstad Dr, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    100-198 Ringstad Dr, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    The Ripon Area School District is sponsoring a development screening for all children who will be 4 years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2017.

    Fri., March 17, 9:45a.m.-10:45a.m./12p.m.-1p.m./1:15p.m.-2:15p.m./3:45p.m.-4:45p.m.

    Barlow Park Elementery/Journey Charter School, 100 Ringstad Drive Ripon)

    To schedule an appointment, call Dee at 748-1599.

    For more info regarding district’s 4-year old Preschool (4PS) program, visit www.ripon.k.12.wi.us or call 748-1550.

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  • Lake Trout Rearing Facility Tour
    09:00-10:30
    03.18.2017
    N5295 County Road TT, Princeton, WI, United states

    N5295 County Road TT, Princeton, WI, United states

    Lake Trout Rearing Facility Tour
    March 18, 2017 | 9:00 am – 10:30 am | Green Lake Sanitary District
    Green Lake is a unique lake of statewide significance. It supports excellent cold water and warm water fisheries, but is especially known for its quality lake trout fishery. The Green Lake Sanitary District owns and operates Green Lake’s Fish Rearing Facility (FRF) in cooperation with the Wisconsin DNR and a number of other local organizations (Green Lake County, Green Lake Association, City of Green Lake, Walleyes for Tomorrow and local fishing guides). Each year, this fishing coop raises at least 25,000 Lake Trout for release into Big Green Lake. Join the Green Team on a tour of the facility and learn about the life cycle of Green Lake’s prized Lake Trout and their impact on the system! Parking will be available at the Green Lake Sanitary District located at N5295 Cty Rd TT, Princeton.
  • Boys & Girl’s Club Wearin’ & Sharin’ The Green
    17:00-23:59
    03.18.2017
    643 Illinois Ave, Green Lake, WI, United States

    643 Illinois Ave, Green Lake, WI, United States

    Sat., March 18

    Heidel House, Green Lake

    Dinner & Auction Gala  5p-10p; $75 per person or $1000 per corporate table.

    After Glow Party in the Boathouse Pub.

    www.bgctric.org or 361-2717.

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  • Pot O’Luck Bingo at Town Square in Green Lake
    18:30-20:30
    03.25.2017

    Click on link……Pot O’Luck Bingo
    March 25, 2017 | 6:30 pm | Town Square
    Everybody plays Town Square Bingo! Fun for families, friends and couples alike. Play 13 games, including 2 bonus games and a progressive blackout jackpot. Concessions, including soda, chips, beer, wine and $2 Sheboygan hot dogs, plus a 50/50 raffle and door prizes throughout the evening. Proceeds benefit Green Lake’s Town Square Community Center. For information, call 920-807-0008.
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  • Wautoma’s Cancer Care & Share Group
    18:00-21:00
    03.26.2017

    We have a new group starting in Wautoma called the Cancer Care & Share Group. We will be meeting the 4th Sunday of each month. If cancer has touched your life in some way, come, share your story, or just listen. It will be an evening of sharing in small groups. Snacks will be provided. The Care and Share Group will be held at Grace United Methodist Church in Wautoma on Sunday, March 26th at 6:00 PM. The church is located near the Senior Center on N2133 Southgate Terrace off Hwy. 22 South. For more information you can call the church office at 920-787-4668.

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  • The Nutman is coming to Ripon Medical Center
    09:00-15:00
    03.28.2017

    The public is invited to attend a candy and nut sale by The Nutman Company, sponsored by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary, on Tuesday, March 28. This event is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by the Ripon Medical Center Atrium by the gift shop.

    The Nutman Company features 150 fine quality nuts, chocolates, snack mixes and candies at reasonable prices! This is a great opportunity to pick up a special gift or satisfy your sweet tooth.

    Proceeds benefit Ripon Medical Center programs and services. Visa and MasterCard are welcome.

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

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  • Oshkosh Arena Scheduled to Break Ground March 29
    15:00-16:00
    03.29.2017

    Join us as we make history breaking ground on the Oshkosh Arena, the first step in bringing the new Oshkosh Sawdust District to life.  Event details:

    Wednesday, March 29, 2017

    Groundbreaking Ceremony 3-4 pm

    S Main Street & Park Avenue | Oshkosh, WI
    (former Buckstaff site)

    Greg Pierce, CIO of Windward Wealth Strategies and founder of Fox Valley Professional Basketball, will be the event’s master of ceremony. Fox Valley Professional Basketball is overseeing the newly incorporated Oshkosh Arena during this initial transition. Also expected to speak at the event are:

    • Steve Brandes, Milwaukee Bucks D-League Team® President
    • Jason White, Greater Oskosh Economic Development Corp.
    • Mark Rohloff, Oshkosh City Manager

    Additional invited guests include Governor Scott Walker and numerous community and business leaders. More of the details to be shared at the press conference will be made available on March 29.

    For more information contact:

    Toni Pierce, Oshkosh Arena

    920-744-2034 or tpierce@oshkosharena.com

    For more on the Oshkosh Arena, including investment, event or sponsorship opportunities, visit www.oshkosharena.com

     

    About the Oshkosh Arena

    This state-of-the-art facility will provide both home-court advantage and serve as a practice facility for the new Milwaukee Bucks D-League® team – to be renamed the G-League due to Gatorade’s® sponsorship. Scheduled to open in Fall 2017, the newly developed building will feature a 3,500-seat arena with the latest technology, club-level VIP seating, multiple food and concessions areas, retail space and other entertainment amenities that will complete the basketball experience. The Oshkosh Arena will be available for other sporting and entertainment events when not in use by the team.

     

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  • Ripon Middle School’s “Anything Goes” Musical
    19:00-22:00
    03.30.2017

    The Ripon Middle School takes to the open seas as they proudly present the musical, “Anything Goes”; Thursday, March 30th and Friday, March 31st at 7pm and Saturday, April 1st at 2pm.With music arranged by timeless jazz composer Cole Porter; “Anything Goes” centers on New York junior stock broker Billy Crocker; who has learned the love of his life, debutante Hope Harcourt, is sailing onthe SS American to London, where she plans to marry another man, the well to-do Englishman, Lord Evelyn Oakleigh.  In a bid to win over Hope’s affections Billy stows away aboard the ship with the aid of his friend,renowned singer Reno Sweeney, and the unexpected ally, Moonface Martin - public Enemy 13 - who’s also on board hiding from authorities disguised as a minister.Audience members can expect to enjoy such toe-tappers as “You’re the Tops,” “De-lovely,” and the titular, “Anything goes.”This year’s middle school performance is a one-act, young performers production and is expected to last about an hour.  Tickets are $1 per student, $3 per adult. The performances will be held in the Ripon HighSchool auditorium, 850 Tiger Dr., in Ripon.  The auditorium will open to the audience starting at 6:30pm for each of the two evening performances Thursday and Friday, and at 1:30pm for the 2pm matinee on Saturday.This production has been properly licensed by the show publishers, Tams-Whitmark.
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  • Ripon Middle School’s “Anything Goes” Musical
    19:00-22:00
    03.31.2017

    The Ripon Middle School takes to the open seas as they proudly present the musical, “Anything Goes”; Thursday, March 30th and Friday, March 31st at 7pm and Saturday, April 1st at 2pm.With music arranged by timeless jazz composer Cole Porter; “Anything Goes” centers on New York junior stock broker Billy Crocker; who has learned the love of his life, debutante Hope Harcourt, is sailing onthe SS American to London, where she plans to marry another man, the well to-do Englishman, Lord Evelyn Oakleigh.  In a bid to win over Hope’s affections Billy stows away aboard the ship with the aid of his friend,renowned singer Reno Sweeney, and the unexpected ally, Moonface Martin - public Enemy 13 - who’s also on board hiding from authorities disguised as a minister.Audience members can expect to enjoy such toe-tappers as “You’re the Tops,” “De-lovely,” and the titular, “Anything goes.”This year’s middle school performance is a one-act, young performers production and is expected to last about an hour.  Tickets are $1 per student, $3 per adult. The performances will be held in the Ripon HighSchool auditorium, 850 Tiger Dr., in Ripon.  The auditorium will open to the audience starting at 6:30pm for each of the two evening performances Thursday and Friday, and at 1:30pm for the 2pm matinee on Saturday.This production has been properly licensed by the show publishers, Tams-Whitmark.
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