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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    08.01.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Berlin’s National Night Out
    16:00-20:00
    08.01.2017

    See poster for details…..Berlin National Night Out 2017

    When: Tuesday, August 1, 2017, 4pm-8pm

    Where: Riverside Park in Berlin

    Who: Everyone Welcome!

    Why: National Night Out is a national effort between local communities to help promote community unity and a partnership in fighting crime together.

  • Berlin’s Farmers & Artists Market-Big Boomba’s Boppers
    16:00-19:30
    08.01.2017

    Held every Tues. until the end of September at Nathan Strong Park from 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

    Concert tonight by Big Boomba’s Boppers starts at 6:30 p.m.

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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    08.02.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Winnebago County Fair
    All day
    08.02.2017

  • Berlin VFW Brat Fry Wednesdays
    11:00-13:00
    08.02.2017
    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    Held every Wed. from 11am-1pm from June 7 until Aug. 30

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin

    Brats, burgers, hotdogs, chips!  Come & support your local veterans!

  • Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease: The Basics at Ripon Library
    14:00-16:00
    08.02.2017

    As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present another week of unique, free programs. Registration is not required to participate.

    08.02.17 | Wednesday 2-4:00 P.M. | Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease: The Basics 
    This program provides information that everyone should know about memory loss and what that means for all of us. Explore memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Learn about risk factors, research, treatments, and steps to a proper diagnosis/assessment. Join us for this comprehensive overview presented by Southeastern Wisconsin’s Alzheimer’s Association!

     

    The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 , stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

  • Pie & Ice Cream Social at Trinity Lutheran Church in Wautoma
    16:00-19:00
    08.02.2017
    109 W Elm St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA

    109 W Elm St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA

    Pie & Ice Cream Social Wednesday, August 2, 20174-7 pmAt Trinity Lutheran Church 121 W Elm StreetWautoma, WI  MenuBBQ SandwichesChips & PicklesHome Baked PiesIce Cream & BeverageFor a suggested donation of $6.00Proceeds to benefit THE WAUTOMA FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • Green Lake Concert Series-Richie Yurkovich & Polkarioty (Polka)
    18:30-20:30
    08.02.2017

    Every Wed., Deacon Mills Park, 6:30-8:30p.m.  Music, snacks & refreshments!  visitgreenlake.com.

    Aug. 2….Richie Yurkovich & Polkarioty (Polka)

  • More events
    • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
      All day
      08.02.2017

      Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

      The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

      Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

      The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

    • Winnebago County Fair
      All day
      08.02.2017
    • Berlin VFW Brat Fry Wednesdays
      11:00-13:00
      08.02.2017
      420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA
      420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

      Held every Wed. from 11am-1pm from June 7 until Aug. 30

      420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin

      Brats, burgers, hotdogs, chips!  Come & support your local veterans!

    • Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease: The Basics at Ripon Library
      14:00-16:00
      08.02.2017

      As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present another week of unique, free programs. Registration is not required to participate.

      08.02.17 | Wednesday 2-4:00 P.M. | Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease: The Basics 
      This program provides information that everyone should know about memory loss and what that means for all of us. Explore memory loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Learn about risk factors, research, treatments, and steps to a proper diagnosis/assessment. Join us for this comprehensive overview presented by Southeastern Wisconsin’s Alzheimer’s Association!

       

      The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 , stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

    • Pie & Ice Cream Social at Trinity Lutheran Church in Wautoma
      16:00-19:00
      08.02.2017
      109 W Elm St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA
      109 W Elm St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA
      Pie & Ice Cream Social Wednesday, August 2, 20174-7 pmAt Trinity Lutheran Church 121 W Elm StreetWautoma, WI  MenuBBQ SandwichesChips & PicklesHome Baked PiesIce Cream & BeverageFor a suggested donation of $6.00Proceeds to benefit THE WAUTOMA FIRE DEPARTMENT
    • Green Lake Concert Series-Richie Yurkovich & Polkarioty (Polka)
      18:30-20:30
      08.02.2017

      Every Wed., Deacon Mills Park, 6:30-8:30p.m.  Music, snacks & refreshments!  visitgreenlake.com.

      Aug. 2….Richie Yurkovich & Polkarioty (Polka)

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  • Winnebago County Fair
    All day
    08.03.2017

  • Green Lake County Fair
    All day
    08.03.2017

    For information go to…….http://greenlake.uwex.edu/fair/

    Aug. 3-6, 2017

  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    08.03.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

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  • Green Lake County Fair
    All day
    08.04.2017

    For information go to…….http://greenlake.uwex.edu/fair/

    Aug. 3-6, 2017

  • Winnebago County Fair
    All day
    08.04.2017

  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    08.04.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Live Broadcast at Winnebago County Fair
    11:00-13:00
    08.04.2017

    Join us at our live broadcast on Fri., Aug. 4th from  11a-1p at the Sunnyview Expo Building at the Winnebago County Fair.  Stop at our table & sign up to win 4 tickets to a Brewers game & Milwaukee Zoo passes!  see you then!

  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Wheelhouse
    19:00-22:00
    08.04.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    Aug. 4 features Wheelhouse

  • More events
    • Green Lake County Fair
      All day
      08.04.2017

      For information go to…….http://greenlake.uwex.edu/fair/

      Aug. 3-6, 2017

    • Winnebago County Fair
      All day
      08.04.2017
    • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
      All day
      08.04.2017

      Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

      The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

      Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

      The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

    • Live Broadcast at Winnebago County Fair
      11:00-13:00
      08.04.2017

      Join us at our live broadcast on Fri., Aug. 4th from  11a-1p at the Sunnyview Expo Building at the Winnebago County Fair.  Stop at our table & sign up to win 4 tickets to a Brewers game & Milwaukee Zoo passes!  see you then!

    • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Wheelhouse
      19:00-22:00
      08.04.2017

      A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

       

      Aug. 4 features Wheelhouse

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  • Winnebago County Fair
    All day
    08.05.2017

  • Green Lake County Fair
    All day
    08.05.2017

    For information go to…….http://greenlake.uwex.edu/fair/

    Aug. 3-6, 2017

  • 8th Annual Oakfield Car Show
    All day
    08.05.2017
    250 E Church St, Oakfield, WI 53065, USA

    250 E Church St, Oakfield, WI 53065, USA

    See poster for information……8th Annual Oakfield Car Show

  • Ripon’s 22nd Annual Cookie Daze 2017
    10:00-13:30
    08.05.2017

    Sat., Aug. 5th, Barlow Park, 10a-1:30p

    Beach Party themed celebration featuring Ripon’s biggest sandbox!

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 2017

    10:00 A.M.. COOKIE DAZE OPENS

    10:00 A.M. RIPON’S BIGGEST SANDBOX OPENS (Presented by AF Gelhar Sand Co.)

    10:00 A.M. BAKE & TASTE COMPETITION (Theme: Beach Party) (Presented by Webster’s Marketplace)

    10:00 A.M. PRESCHOOL CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES

    10:10 A.M. COOKIE HUNT (KIDS 2 & UNDER) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

    10:30 A.M. COOKIE DROP (AGES 3 & 4) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

    10:45 A.M. HAPPYNESS CLOWNS

    11:45 A.M. COOKIE DROP (AGES 5 & 6) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

    12:30 P.M. AWARDS PRESENTATIONS AT PAVILION

    12:45 P.M. COOKIE DROP (AGES 7 THROUGH 12) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

    ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: COOKIE DECORATING • FISH POND • KOOKIE COOKIE BINGO • ROCKET SHOP & LAUNCH PAD • FLAME THROWER HITTING MACHINE FACE PAINTING/TATTOOS • CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY TENT

    SPONSORS INCLUDE: MODERN RENTALS • ALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMS • WEBSTER’S MARKETPLACE • DIVERSE OPTIONS • AF GELHAR SAND CO. CONDON COMPANIES • RIPON ELECTRIC • RIPON AREA BUILDERS • BLUEMKES • CENTURY 21 PROPERTIES UNLIMITED • DIEDRICH AGENCY SILVER CREEK DENTISTRY • BUTZIN MARCHANT FUNERAL HOME • ALLIANT ENERGY • VISIONCARE • RIPON FAMILY DENTISTRY • RIPON PRINTERS HILLSIDE DENTAL • RIPON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

  • American Legion Post 139 County Wide Veteran’s Picnic in Coloma
    11:00-14:00
    08.05.2017
    W11584 WI-21, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

    W11584 WI-21, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

    Saturday, August 5th, American Legion Post 139 County Wide Veteran’s Picnic. All Veterans and their families are invited to join the American Legion Post 139 for a picnic hosted by the American Legion Post 139 at W11584 State Rd 21 in Coloma, WI.

    The picnic will run from 11am-2:00pm and will consist of a pig and corn roast, brat, burgers, social hour, and special guest speakers.

    Please RSVP to Woody Wickersheim at w.wickersheim@yahoo.com.

  • Green Lake Association Annual Gala
    17:00-22:00
    08.05.2017

    August 5 | 5 pm to 10:00 pm | Shoreline Boat Center Showroom

    Calling all greasers, babes and daddy-o’s! Are you ready to (milk)shake, rattle and roll?

    The Green Lake Association is throwing a Route 66 bash in honor of 66 years of conservation work on Big Green. Get Your Kicks! is a celebration of GLA members, partners and friends- cats like us who love Green Lake and who make our work to restore Green Lake’s water quality possible. So fire up your hot rod and join us at Shoreline Boat Center Showroom for a night of classic cars, tunes and a mission to restore Green Lake.

    Purchase tickets for $70 each and enjoy a delicious dinner, live music from the Cadillac Casanovas, a live auction and bucket and booze raffles! Gather a group of 8 friends and enjoy a premier Neighborhood Table, it’s a great way to get the whole neighborhood together! Reserve your spot here.  (Description from greenlakeassociation.com)

     

     

     

  • Farm to Table Dinner in the Field
    17:30-21:00
    08.05.2017
    W12085 Czech Ave, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

    W12085 Czech Ave, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Avalanche Lilly
    19:00-22:00
    08.05.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    Aug. 5 features Avalanche Lilly

  • More events
    • Winnebago County Fair
      All day
      08.05.2017
    • Green Lake County Fair
      All day
      08.05.2017

      For information go to…….http://greenlake.uwex.edu/fair/

      Aug. 3-6, 2017

    • 8th Annual Oakfield Car Show
      All day
      08.05.2017
      250 E Church St, Oakfield, WI 53065, USA
      250 E Church St, Oakfield, WI 53065, USA

      See poster for information……8th Annual Oakfield Car Show

    • Ripon's 22nd Annual Cookie Daze 2017
      10:00-13:30
      08.05.2017

      Sat., Aug. 5th, Barlow Park, 10a-1:30p

      Beach Party themed celebration featuring Ripon’s biggest sandbox!

      SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 2017

      10:00 A.M.. COOKIE DAZE OPENS

      10:00 A.M. RIPON’S BIGGEST SANDBOX OPENS (Presented by AF Gelhar Sand Co.)

      10:00 A.M. BAKE & TASTE COMPETITION (Theme: Beach Party) (Presented by Webster’s Marketplace)

      10:00 A.M. PRESCHOOL CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES

      10:10 A.M. COOKIE HUNT (KIDS 2 & UNDER) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

      10:30 A.M. COOKIE DROP (AGES 3 & 4) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

      10:45 A.M. HAPPYNESS CLOWNS

      11:45 A.M. COOKIE DROP (AGES 5 & 6) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

      12:30 P.M. AWARDS PRESENTATIONS AT PAVILION

      12:45 P.M. COOKIE DROP (AGES 7 THROUGH 12) (Presented by Alliance Laundry Systems)

      ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: COOKIE DECORATING • FISH POND • KOOKIE COOKIE BINGO • ROCKET SHOP & LAUNCH PAD • FLAME THROWER HITTING MACHINE FACE PAINTING/TATTOOS • CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY TENT

      SPONSORS INCLUDE: MODERN RENTALS • ALLIANCE LAUNDRY SYSTEMS • WEBSTER’S MARKETPLACE • DIVERSE OPTIONS • AF GELHAR SAND CO. CONDON COMPANIES • RIPON ELECTRIC • RIPON AREA BUILDERS • BLUEMKES • CENTURY 21 PROPERTIES UNLIMITED • DIEDRICH AGENCY SILVER CREEK DENTISTRY • BUTZIN MARCHANT FUNERAL HOME • ALLIANT ENERGY • VISIONCARE • RIPON FAMILY DENTISTRY • RIPON PRINTERS HILLSIDE DENTAL • RIPON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    • American Legion Post 139 County Wide Veteran’s Picnic in Coloma
      11:00-14:00
      08.05.2017
      W11584 WI-21, Coloma, WI 54930, USA
      W11584 WI-21, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

      Saturday, August 5th, American Legion Post 139 County Wide Veteran’s Picnic. All Veterans and their families are invited to join the American Legion Post 139 for a picnic hosted by the American Legion Post 139 at W11584 State Rd 21 in Coloma, WI.

      The picnic will run from 11am-2:00pm and will consist of a pig and corn roast, brat, burgers, social hour, and special guest speakers.

      Please RSVP to Woody Wickersheim at w.wickersheim@yahoo.com.

    • Green Lake Association Annual Gala
      17:00-22:00
      08.05.2017

      August 5 | 5 pm to 10:00 pm | Shoreline Boat Center Showroom

      Calling all greasers, babes and daddy-o’s! Are you ready to (milk)shake, rattle and roll?

      The Green Lake Association is throwing a Route 66 bash in honor of 66 years of conservation work on Big Green. Get Your Kicks! is a celebration of GLA members, partners and friends- cats like us who love Green Lake and who make our work to restore Green Lake’s water quality possible. So fire up your hot rod and join us at Shoreline Boat Center Showroom for a night of classic cars, tunes and a mission to restore Green Lake.

      Purchase tickets for $70 each and enjoy a delicious dinner, live music from the Cadillac Casanovas, a live auction and bucket and booze raffles! Gather a group of 8 friends and enjoy a premier Neighborhood Table, it’s a great way to get the whole neighborhood together! Reserve your spot here.  (Description from greenlakeassociation.com)

       

       

       

    • Farm to Table Dinner in the Field
      17:30-21:00
      08.05.2017
      W12085 Czech Ave, Coloma, WI 54930, USA
      W12085 Czech Ave, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

    • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Avalanche Lilly
      19:00-22:00
      08.05.2017

      A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

       

      Aug. 5 features Avalanche Lilly

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  • Ripon Medical Center offers Gentle Yoga
    17:30-18:30
    08.07.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Join Jenni Borell, E-RYT, certified integrative yoga for seniors instructor, and certified essential low back program instructor, to release tension, increase range of motion and energize through this slow-paced, therapeutically-oriented class.

    This class is suited for all ages and abilities.

    Gentle Yoga is scheduled for Mondays, August 7 to 28 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon. Individuals should bring a yoga mat to each class.

    Preregistration is required. For cost of class, or to register, call the Health Resource Center at St. Agnes Hospital at (920) 926-4960, e-mail at classes@agnesian.com, or register online at agnesian.com/know-and-go-classes.

     

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  • The Nutman is coming to Ripon Medical Center
    09:00-15:00
    08.08.2017

    The public is invited to attend a candy and nut sale by The Nutman Company, sponsored by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary, on Tuesday, August 8. This event is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in 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!

    Proceeds benefit Ripon Medical Center programs and services. Visa and MasterCard are welcome, as well as cash and checks.

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

  • Berlin’s Farmers & Artists Market-Bill Hill
    16:00-19:30
    08.08.2017

    Held every Tues. until the end of September at Nathan Strong Park from 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

    Concert tonight by Bill Hill starts at 6:30 p.m.

  • Oshkosh Chamber Business After Hours at TJ’s Harbor
    17:00-19:00
    08.08.2017
    7098 US-45, Oshkosh, WI 54902, USA

    7098 US-45, Oshkosh, WI 54902, USA

    Tues., Aug. 8th starting at 5 p.m.

    Oshkosh Chamber Business After Hours at TJ’s Harbor.

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  • RMC Auxiliary Uniform & Linen Sale
    07:00-15:30
    08.09.2017

    RMC Auxiliary sets uniform, linen sale on August 9

    The public is invited to attend a PRN Uniform and 40 Winks linen sale, sponsored by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 9  in the hospital’s Princeton and Ripon rooms.

    PRN Uniforms will feature a selection of more than 4,000 items from top manufacturers, including scrubs, shoes and accessories at affordable prices. The sale will feature a selection of more than 4,000 items from top manufacturers, including scrubs, shoes and accessories at affordable prices.

    Brands available include: Barco, Cherokee, Heart & Soul, Grey’s Anatomy, KOI, Med Couture, Peaches; Adidas, Alegria, Anywear, Asics, Columbia, Dansko, El Naturalista, Fila, K-Swiss, Klogs, Reebok, Sanita, Sketchers and more.

    40 Winks will also have high-end linens available in twin, full, queen and king sizes, as well as a selection of luxury blankets and throws.

    Payment options include: cash (additional 5 percent discount), Visa and MasterCard. Ripon Medical Center associates will be able to use quickcharge.

    Proceeds benefit Ripon Medical Center programs and services.

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

  • Berlin VFW Brat Fry Wednesdays
    11:00-13:00
    08.09.2017
    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    Held every Wed. from 11am-1pm from June 7 until Aug. 30

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin

    Brats, burgers, hotdogs, chips!  Come & support your local veterans!

  • Green Lake Concert Series-Remington’s Ride (Western Swing)
    18:30-20:30
    08.09.2017

    Every Wed., Deacon Mills Park, 6:30-8:30p.m.  Music, snacks & refreshments!  visitgreenlake.com.

    Aug. 9….Remington’s Ride (Western Swing)

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  • Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
    09:00-17:00
    08.10.2017
    800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
    800 East Main St, Omro, 920 685 0568August 10-12, 9am-5pm Thursday & Friday, and 9am-1p on SaturdayCall or find us on Facebook for more information. The Omro Thrift Store has an embarrassment of riches! Our wonderful community has been so generous in donating clean, gently used (sometimes brand new!) items over the last few months. We are filled to the rafters with clothes and books, toys and games,decorative and practical items for your home, and so much more. Our store is a bit on the “cozy” side for all of this abundance to be displayed – so we are going to open up the doors and spill out into the parking lot for our first ever “Sidewalk Sale”. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 10 through 12, shoppers at the Omro Thrift Store will be able to see our treasures on full display under the tents supplied by our friends at Future Omro. Clothes, shoes, purses, and so much more will be available at unbelievable savings. For nearly 20 years the Omro Thrift Store has been a vital part of the fabric of the Omro community. Many area non-profits rely on the Omro Thrift Store for financial support, including food pantries, schools, The Fire Department, The Omro Care Center, and the Omro Area Community Center. Members of the community rely on the Thrift Store to offer a wide variety of unique, gently used items at unbeatable prices. We at the Omro Thrift Store are very excited to offer our friends the chance to shop the wonderfully diverse assortment of merchandise that our donors have provided. Please join us on August 10 -12 at 800 East Main St for the Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale. For more information find us on Facebook or call 920 685 0568. We'll see you at the store!
  • Waterfest in Oshkosh….BoDeans
    18:00-23:00
    08.10.2017

    BoDeans – Aug 10

  • Wautoma’s Music in the Park-Galynne Goodwill & Markondrums
    18:00-20:30
    08.10.2017

  • Breaking Your Dependence on Toxic Products at Ripon Library
    18:30-20:30
    08.10.2017

    As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present another week of unique, free programs. Registration is not required to participate.

     

    08.10.17 | Thursday 6:30 P.M. | Breaking Your Dependence on Toxic Products

    We’re more aware than ever of that there are toxic chemicals in our household and personal care products. But, are we able to identify them on the store shelf or in our own cupboard? In this class, we’ll talk about how toxic chemicals damage our health and environment, how to spot them on labels, and advice on how to make your own products with non-toxic ingredients. Presented by Brenda Block, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.

    The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 , stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

  • More events
    • Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
      09:00-17:00
      08.10.2017
      800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA
      800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA
      Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
      800 East Main St, Omro, 920 685 0568August 10-12, 9am-5pm Thursday & Friday, and 9am-1p on SaturdayCall or find us on Facebook for more information. The Omro Thrift Store has an embarrassment of riches! Our wonderful community has been so generous in donating clean, gently used (sometimes brand new!) items over the last few months. We are filled to the rafters with clothes and books, toys and games,decorative and practical items for your home, and so much more. Our store is a bit on the “cozy” side for all of this abundance to be displayed – so we are going to open up the doors and spill out into the parking lot for our first ever “Sidewalk Sale”. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 10 through 12, shoppers at the Omro Thrift Store will be able to see our treasures on full display under the tents supplied by our friends at Future Omro. Clothes, shoes, purses, and so much more will be available at unbelievable savings. For nearly 20 years the Omro Thrift Store has been a vital part of the fabric of the Omro community. Many area non-profits rely on the Omro Thrift Store for financial support, including food pantries, schools, The Fire Department, The Omro Care Center, and the Omro Area Community Center. Members of the community rely on the Thrift Store to offer a wide variety of unique, gently used items at unbeatable prices. We at the Omro Thrift Store are very excited to offer our friends the chance to shop the wonderfully diverse assortment of merchandise that our donors have provided. Please join us on August 10 -12 at 800 East Main St for the Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale. For more information find us on Facebook or call 920 685 0568. We'll see you at the store!
    • Waterfest in Oshkosh....BoDeans
      18:00-23:00
      08.10.2017

      BoDeans – Aug 10

    • Wautoma's Music in the Park-Galynne Goodwill & Markondrums
      18:00-20:30
      08.10.2017

    • Breaking Your Dependence on Toxic Products at Ripon Library
      18:30-20:30
      08.10.2017

      As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present another week of unique, free programs. Registration is not required to participate.

       

      08.10.17 | Thursday 6:30 P.M. | Breaking Your Dependence on Toxic Products

      We’re more aware than ever of that there are toxic chemicals in our household and personal care products. But, are we able to identify them on the store shelf or in our own cupboard? In this class, we’ll talk about how toxic chemicals damage our health and environment, how to spot them on labels, and advice on how to make your own products with non-toxic ingredients. Presented by Brenda Block, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.

      The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 , stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

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  • Berlin Boat Club Annual Corn Roast
    All day
    08.11.2017

    Printable Corn Roast PDF
    Printable PDF 
    Chicken Wing Contest


    Berlin Boat Club Proudly Presents
    Corn Roast 2017
    August 11 & 12
    Riverside Park – Berlin, WI

    Camping is available for a fee at the Park and Free Overnight Boat Docking for our Guests with Shore Power Outlets
    Click here for the River Navigation from Oshkosh to Berlin Map and City of Berlin Map

    Come one, come all and join in the FUN – FOOD – BEER – MUSIC – RAFFLES – GAMES – DANCING
    and don’t forget …. there’s SWEET CORN.

    This years Event Schedule begins on
    Friday, August 11 at 5 PM
    featuring:

    Sizzlin’ Sonny’s Rockin’ Roadshow
    7 PM – 11 PM
    With show Highlights :
    * Grape Catapulting Contest
    * Simon Says “Beat the DJ”
    * The “Who Am I” Trivia Quiz
    * Amateur Karaoke Contest
    *The Crazy Boating Family Feud “Duke Out”
    *Kid’s “Grueling” 20 minute Hula Hoop Twirling”
    *Name That Tune or Sing the “Missing Lyric”
    *The $50 “Macho” Man vs Woman “Hear Me Roar”

    Saturday, August 12
    the fun begins at 11 AM

    Sweet Corn, Beer, Food, Raffles
    and a whole lot more

    11 AM Kids Events
    (Games, Skill Games, Drawing Contest, Fun for all ages)

    11 AM Set up for
    Chicken Wing Cooking Contest
    Printable PDF for the Chicken Wing Contest
    (You get to be the judge so check out the wings and cast your VOTE!)


    Noon – 1 PM Cooking Show with
    Sarah Guenther and her “Cabin Cookery”

    1 PM – Announcement of Winners
    of Chicken Wing Contest

     

    1 PM – 3 PM
    Polka Music by
    Larry Albright Band

     

    3 PM – 6 PM
    Singer/Songwriter/Musician
    Eddie Beavers

    Sound Provided By:
    Kenny  Sprotte



    6 PM – 9 PM

    Big Boomba’s Boppers Band

    7 PM – Arrival of Car Show Parade

    9 PM Main Raffle Drawing

    9 PM – Midnight
    Outside Aces Band

  • Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
    09:00-17:00
    08.11.2017
    800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
    800 East Main St, Omro, 920 685 0568August 10-12, 9am-5pm Thursday & Friday, and 9am-1p on SaturdayCall or find us on Facebook for more information. The Omro Thrift Store has an embarrassment of riches! Our wonderful community has been so generous in donating clean, gently used (sometimes brand new!) items over the last few months. We are filled to the rafters with clothes and books, toys and games,decorative and practical items for your home, and so much more. Our store is a bit on the “cozy” side for all of this abundance to be displayed – so we are going to open up the doors and spill out into the parking lot for our first ever “Sidewalk Sale”. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 10 through 12, shoppers at the Omro Thrift Store will be able to see our treasures on full display under the tents supplied by our friends at Future Omro. Clothes, shoes, purses, and so much more will be available at unbelievable savings. For nearly 20 years the Omro Thrift Store has been a vital part of the fabric of the Omro community. Many area non-profits rely on the Omro Thrift Store for financial support, including food pantries, schools, The Fire Department, The Omro Care Center, and the Omro Area Community Center. Members of the community rely on the Thrift Store to offer a wide variety of unique, gently used items at unbeatable prices. We at the Omro Thrift Store are very excited to offer our friends the chance to shop the wonderfully diverse assortment of merchandise that our donors have provided. Please join us on August 10 -12 at 800 East Main St for the Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale. For more information find us on Facebook or call 920 685 0568. We'll see you at the store!
  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Vic Ferrari
    19:00-22:00
    08.11.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    Aug. 11 features Vic Ferrari

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  • Berlin Boat Club Annual Corn Roast
    All day
    08.12.2017

    Printable Corn Roast PDF
    Printable PDF 
    Chicken Wing Contest


    Berlin Boat Club Proudly Presents
    Corn Roast 2017
    August 11 & 12
    Riverside Park – Berlin, WI

    Camping is available for a fee at the Park and Free Overnight Boat Docking for our Guests with Shore Power Outlets
    Click here for the River Navigation from Oshkosh to Berlin Map and City of Berlin Map

    Come one, come all and join in the FUN – FOOD – BEER – MUSIC – RAFFLES – GAMES – DANCING
    and don’t forget …. there’s SWEET CORN.

    This years Event Schedule begins on
    Friday, August 11 at 5 PM
    featuring:

    Sizzlin’ Sonny’s Rockin’ Roadshow
    7 PM – 11 PM
    With show Highlights :
    * Grape Catapulting Contest
    * Simon Says “Beat the DJ”
    * The “Who Am I” Trivia Quiz
    * Amateur Karaoke Contest
    *The Crazy Boating Family Feud “Duke Out”
    *Kid’s “Grueling” 20 minute Hula Hoop Twirling”
    *Name That Tune or Sing the “Missing Lyric”
    *The $50 “Macho” Man vs Woman “Hear Me Roar”

    Saturday, August 12
    the fun begins at 11 AM

    Sweet Corn, Beer, Food, Raffles
    and a whole lot more

    11 AM Kids Events
    (Games, Skill Games, Drawing Contest, Fun for all ages)

    11 AM Set up for
    Chicken Wing Cooking Contest
    Printable PDF for the Chicken Wing Contest
    (You get to be the judge so check out the wings and cast your VOTE!)


    Noon – 1 PM Cooking Show with
    Sarah Guenther and her “Cabin Cookery”

    1 PM – Announcement of Winners
    of Chicken Wing Contest

     

    1 PM – 3 PM
    Polka Music by
    Larry Albright Band

     

    3 PM – 6 PM
    Singer/Songwriter/Musician
    Eddie Beavers

    Sound Provided By:
    Kenny  Sprotte



    6 PM – 9 PM

    Big Boomba’s Boppers Band

    7 PM – Arrival of Car Show Parade

    9 PM Main Raffle Drawing

    9 PM – Midnight
    Outside Aces Band

  • 16th Annual Back to School Bash
    08:00-11:00
    08.12.2017

    Planning is underway for the 16th annual Back to School Bash, coordinated by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The Back to School Bash provides backpacks and school supplies for Waushara County children in need. Paying school registration fees and purchasing required school supplies can be a financial hardship for many families. The start of the school year can be especially stressful for parents and students if they return to school without the expected school supplies and know their parents can’t afford them. The Back to School Bash depends on support of local business, civic groups and community members to ensure community children have the tools they need to learn. Last year, more than 300 children received backpacks of school supplies. The committee is currently seeking donations of new and/or gently used school supplies, backpacks and monetary donations. Donation totes will be placed throughout the county and are currently available in Wautoma at BMO Bank, Old National Bank, Chiropractic & Wellness Center, the Wautoma Public Library and the Waushara County Department of Human Services at 230 West Park Street Wautoma. Totes are available in Wild Rose at Farmers State Bank, Centex Coop and the Patterson Memorial Library. Monetary donations can also be made payable to Waushara County DHS-Back to School Bash, P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982.

    The Back to School Bash will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 in the basement demonstration room of the Waushara County Courthouse. School supplies will be distributed from 8-11am on a first-come first-serve basis. To offset program costs, $2.00 per backpack fee will be collected. Proof of Waushara County residency is also required. To learn more about Waushara County’s Back to School Bash or make a donation, contact Angie Konieczki at 920-787-6550 angie.konieczki@co.waushara.wi.us or Jan Novak at 920- 787-6600 jan.novak@co.waushara.wi.us

  • Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
    09:00-13:00
    08.12.2017
    800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
    800 East Main St, Omro, 920 685 0568August 10-12, 9am-5pm Thursday & Friday, and 9am-1p on SaturdayCall or find us on Facebook for more information. The Omro Thrift Store has an embarrassment of riches! Our wonderful community has been so generous in donating clean, gently used (sometimes brand new!) items over the last few months. We are filled to the rafters with clothes and books, toys and games,decorative and practical items for your home, and so much more. Our store is a bit on the “cozy” side for all of this abundance to be displayed – so we are going to open up the doors and spill out into the parking lot for our first ever “Sidewalk Sale”. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 10 through 12, shoppers at the Omro Thrift Store will be able to see our treasures on full display under the tents supplied by our friends at Future Omro. Clothes, shoes, purses, and so much more will be available at unbelievable savings. For nearly 20 years the Omro Thrift Store has been a vital part of the fabric of the Omro community. Many area non-profits rely on the Omro Thrift Store for financial support, including food pantries, schools, The Fire Department, The Omro Care Center, and the Omro Area Community Center. Members of the community rely on the Thrift Store to offer a wide variety of unique, gently used items at unbeatable prices. We at the Omro Thrift Store are very excited to offer our friends the chance to shop the wonderfully diverse assortment of merchandise that our donors have provided. Please join us on August 10 -12 at 800 East Main St for the Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale. For more information find us on Facebook or call 920 685 0568. We'll see you at the store!
  • Green Lake Fine Art Show
    10:00-17:00
    08.12.2017

     

    Saturday, August 12 & Sunday, August 13 | Playground Park
    The Green Lake Fine Arts Show is celebrating 45 years in 2017! Head on down to Playground Park to view the amazing works of over 100 artists from throughout the Midwest. The show will run from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday and will feature 2-D and 3-D art in every medium including oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, drawings, photography digital art, mixed media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, glass, wood and many more. The show will also have live entertainment, food, and beverages.
  • Green Lake Fine Art Show
    10:00-16:00
    08.12.2017-08.13.2017

     

    Saturday, August 12 & Sunday, August 13 | Playground Park
    The Green Lake Fine Arts Show is celebrating 45 years in 2017! Head on down to Playground Park to view the amazing works of over 100 artists from throughout the Midwest. The show will run from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday and will feature 2-D and 3-D art in every medium including oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, drawings, photography digital art, mixed media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, glass, wood and many more. The show will also have live entertainment, food, and beverages.
  • Ripon Noon Kiwanis’ Grand Opening of the new Splash Pad at Riggs County Park
    16:00-22:00
    08.12.2017

    The Ripon Noon Kiwanis are thrilled to invite the community to the landmarkoccasion, over three years in the making: the grand opening of the newSplash Pad at Riggs County Park!  Celebrate the grand opening of the SplashPad, Saturday, August 12th, with festivities starting at 4pm.  The Kiwanishave planned an afternoon and early evening of outdoor activities, food,and entertainment for the whole family!*4pm – Grand Opening* celebration starts at Riggs Park (Douglas St. entrance, across from the Ripon Printers) with outdoor activities and concessions.*4pm – Kona Ice *truck will be at the park, selling their refreshing flavored shaved ice treats.*4-7:30pm –* *J’s* will be on site with Smokin' HOT BBQ*4:30pm – Dedication of Splash Pad*, with recognition of donors*5:30pm – Registration* for the Noon Kiwanis’ annual *Doug LykeTrail Run/Walk**6:30pm – Doug Lyke Trail Run*/*Walk *starts*7:30pm – Race Results**7:45pm – Family Outdoor Movie *The Ripon Noon Kiwanis meet Tuesdays at noon, and are dedicated to servingthe children of our community.  Learn more about the grand openingactivities, Doug Lyke Run/Walk registration form downloads, and detailsabout the outdoor movie at www.RiponNoonKiwanis.org<http://www.riponnoonkiwanis.org/>.
  • Black Hawk Folk Society Concert
    19:00-22:00
    08.12.2017

  • “Let’s Light up the Night” Ice Age Trail Alliance Hike
    20:30-22:30
    08.12.2017

    Saturday, August 12th, “Let’s Light up the Night” Ice Age Trail Alliance Hike. The Waushara County Chapter of the Ice Age Alliance will be holding an evening hike on Saturday, August 12th at 8:30pm. This guided hike is approximately 1.5 miles in length and a limited supply of free glow bands will be available so it is suggested you arrive at 7:45 when the gathering begins. Dress up in your favorite “glow in the dark” clothing, bracelets, necklaces, light sabers, long pants, and enclosed shoes (no flip-flops!). Flashlights and headlamps are recommended for safe travel use if needed. Don’t forget to bring your friends and bug spray. You will be meeting the group in the Town of Hancock in the Greenwood Wildlife Area at the trail crossing on Brown Deer Ct. between County Rd. FF and County Rd GG. Watch for the event signs. The event will be cancelled if inclement weather occurs so if you have any questions, contact Randy Lennartz at 920-787-2333 or Jenny Addis at 715-802-3456.

  • More events
    • Berlin Boat Club Annual Corn Roast
      All day
      08.12.2017

      Printable Corn Roast PDF
      Printable PDF 
      Chicken Wing Contest


      Berlin Boat Club Proudly Presents
      Corn Roast 2017
      August 11 & 12
      Riverside Park – Berlin, WI

      Camping is available for a fee at the Park and Free Overnight Boat Docking for our Guests with Shore Power Outlets
      Click here for the River Navigation from Oshkosh to Berlin Map and City of Berlin Map

      Come one, come all and join in the FUN – FOOD – BEER – MUSIC – RAFFLES – GAMES – DANCING
      and don’t forget …. there’s SWEET CORN.

      This years Event Schedule begins on
      Friday, August 11 at 5 PM
      featuring:

      Sizzlin’ Sonny’s Rockin’ Roadshow
      7 PM – 11 PM
      With show Highlights :
      * Grape Catapulting Contest
      * Simon Says “Beat the DJ”
      * The “Who Am I” Trivia Quiz
      * Amateur Karaoke Contest
      *The Crazy Boating Family Feud “Duke Out”
      *Kid’s “Grueling” 20 minute Hula Hoop Twirling”
      *Name That Tune or Sing the “Missing Lyric”
      *The $50 “Macho” Man vs Woman “Hear Me Roar”

      Saturday, August 12
      the fun begins at 11 AM

      Sweet Corn, Beer, Food, Raffles
      and a whole lot more

      11 AM Kids Events
      (Games, Skill Games, Drawing Contest, Fun for all ages)

      11 AM Set up for
      Chicken Wing Cooking Contest
      Printable PDF for the Chicken Wing Contest
      (You get to be the judge so check out the wings and cast your VOTE!)


      Noon – 1 PM Cooking Show with
      Sarah Guenther and her “Cabin Cookery”

      1 PM – Announcement of Winners
      of Chicken Wing Contest

       

      1 PM – 3 PM
      Polka Music by
      Larry Albright Band

       

      3 PM – 6 PM
      Singer/Songwriter/Musician
      Eddie Beavers

      Sound Provided By:
      Kenny  Sprotte



      6 PM – 9 PM

      Big Boomba’s Boppers Band

      7 PM – Arrival of Car Show Parade

      9 PM Main Raffle Drawing

      9 PM – Midnight
      Outside Aces Band

    • 16th Annual Back to School Bash
      08:00-11:00
      08.12.2017

      Planning is underway for the 16th annual Back to School Bash, coordinated by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The Back to School Bash provides backpacks and school supplies for Waushara County children in need. Paying school registration fees and purchasing required school supplies can be a financial hardship for many families. The start of the school year can be especially stressful for parents and students if they return to school without the expected school supplies and know their parents can’t afford them. The Back to School Bash depends on support of local business, civic groups and community members to ensure community children have the tools they need to learn. Last year, more than 300 children received backpacks of school supplies. The committee is currently seeking donations of new and/or gently used school supplies, backpacks and monetary donations. Donation totes will be placed throughout the county and are currently available in Wautoma at BMO Bank, Old National Bank, Chiropractic & Wellness Center, the Wautoma Public Library and the Waushara County Department of Human Services at 230 West Park Street Wautoma. Totes are available in Wild Rose at Farmers State Bank, Centex Coop and the Patterson Memorial Library. Monetary donations can also be made payable to Waushara County DHS-Back to School Bash, P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982.

      The Back to School Bash will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 in the basement demonstration room of the Waushara County Courthouse. School supplies will be distributed from 8-11am on a first-come first-serve basis. To offset program costs, $2.00 per backpack fee will be collected. Proof of Waushara County residency is also required. To learn more about Waushara County’s Back to School Bash or make a donation, contact Angie Konieczki at 920-787-6550 angie.konieczki@co.waushara.wi.us or Jan Novak at 920- 787-6600 jan.novak@co.waushara.wi.us

    • Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
      09:00-13:00
      08.12.2017
      800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA
      800 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA
      Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale
      800 East Main St, Omro, 920 685 0568August 10-12, 9am-5pm Thursday & Friday, and 9am-1p on SaturdayCall or find us on Facebook for more information. The Omro Thrift Store has an embarrassment of riches! Our wonderful community has been so generous in donating clean, gently used (sometimes brand new!) items over the last few months. We are filled to the rafters with clothes and books, toys and games,decorative and practical items for your home, and so much more. Our store is a bit on the “cozy” side for all of this abundance to be displayed – so we are going to open up the doors and spill out into the parking lot for our first ever “Sidewalk Sale”. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 10 through 12, shoppers at the Omro Thrift Store will be able to see our treasures on full display under the tents supplied by our friends at Future Omro. Clothes, shoes, purses, and so much more will be available at unbelievable savings. For nearly 20 years the Omro Thrift Store has been a vital part of the fabric of the Omro community. Many area non-profits rely on the Omro Thrift Store for financial support, including food pantries, schools, The Fire Department, The Omro Care Center, and the Omro Area Community Center. Members of the community rely on the Thrift Store to offer a wide variety of unique, gently used items at unbeatable prices. We at the Omro Thrift Store are very excited to offer our friends the chance to shop the wonderfully diverse assortment of merchandise that our donors have provided. Please join us on August 10 -12 at 800 East Main St for the Omro Thrift Store Sidewalk Sale. For more information find us on Facebook or call 920 685 0568. We'll see you at the store!
    • Green Lake Fine Art Show
      10:00-17:00
      08.12.2017

       

      Saturday, August 12 & Sunday, August 13 | Playground Park
      The Green Lake Fine Arts Show is celebrating 45 years in 2017! Head on down to Playground Park to view the amazing works of over 100 artists from throughout the Midwest. The show will run from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday and will feature 2-D and 3-D art in every medium including oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, drawings, photography digital art, mixed media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, glass, wood and many more. The show will also have live entertainment, food, and beverages.
    • Green Lake Fine Art Show
      10:00-16:00
      08.12.2017-08.13.2017

       

      Saturday, August 12 & Sunday, August 13 | Playground Park
      The Green Lake Fine Arts Show is celebrating 45 years in 2017! Head on down to Playground Park to view the amazing works of over 100 artists from throughout the Midwest. The show will run from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday and will feature 2-D and 3-D art in every medium including oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, drawings, photography digital art, mixed media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, glass, wood and many more. The show will also have live entertainment, food, and beverages.
    • Ripon Noon Kiwanis' Grand Opening of the new Splash Pad at Riggs County Park
      16:00-22:00
      08.12.2017
      The Ripon Noon Kiwanis are thrilled to invite the community to the landmarkoccasion, over three years in the making: the grand opening of the newSplash Pad at Riggs County Park!  Celebrate the grand opening of the SplashPad, Saturday, August 12th, with festivities starting at 4pm.  The Kiwanishave planned an afternoon and early evening of outdoor activities, food,and entertainment for the whole family!*4pm – Grand Opening* celebration starts at Riggs Park (Douglas St. entrance, across from the Ripon Printers) with outdoor activities and concessions.*4pm – Kona Ice *truck will be at the park, selling their refreshing flavored shaved ice treats.*4-7:30pm –* *J’s* will be on site with Smokin' HOT BBQ*4:30pm – Dedication of Splash Pad*, with recognition of donors*5:30pm – Registration* for the Noon Kiwanis’ annual *Doug LykeTrail Run/Walk**6:30pm – Doug Lyke Trail Run*/*Walk *starts*7:30pm – Race Results**7:45pm – Family Outdoor Movie *The Ripon Noon Kiwanis meet Tuesdays at noon, and are dedicated to servingthe children of our community.  Learn more about the grand openingactivities, Doug Lyke Run/Walk registration form downloads, and detailsabout the outdoor movie at www.RiponNoonKiwanis.org<http://www.riponnoonkiwanis.org/>.
    • Black Hawk Folk Society Concert
      19:00-22:00
      08.12.2017

    • “Let’s Light up the Night” Ice Age Trail Alliance Hike
      20:30-22:30
      08.12.2017

      Saturday, August 12th, “Let’s Light up the Night” Ice Age Trail Alliance Hike. The Waushara County Chapter of the Ice Age Alliance will be holding an evening hike on Saturday, August 12th at 8:30pm. This guided hike is approximately 1.5 miles in length and a limited supply of free glow bands will be available so it is suggested you arrive at 7:45 when the gathering begins. Dress up in your favorite “glow in the dark” clothing, bracelets, necklaces, light sabers, long pants, and enclosed shoes (no flip-flops!). Flashlights and headlamps are recommended for safe travel use if needed. Don’t forget to bring your friends and bug spray. You will be meeting the group in the Town of Hancock in the Greenwood Wildlife Area at the trail crossing on Brown Deer Ct. between County Rd. FF and County Rd GG. Watch for the event signs. The event will be cancelled if inclement weather occurs so if you have any questions, contact Randy Lennartz at 920-787-2333 or Jenny Addis at 715-802-3456.

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  • Bank First/Oshkosh Chamber Golf Outing
    All day
    08.14.2017

    Summer is right around the corner and soon it will be time for the Bank First/Oshkosh Chamber Golf Outing! Join us on August 14th for a day on the course at Lake Breeze Golf Club. All Oshkosh Chamber Members and guest are invited to attend the 19th Hole reception following the round of golf.

    Enjoy a day of golf or stop by after work to enjoy cool drinks and company!

    Golf Registrations

    We are currently taking registrations for golf. Don’t wait only 160 spots available. Sign your twosome or foursome up today!

    Sponsorship

    Can’t get away to golf for the day? Or maybe you’d like a larger company presence? Become a sponsor of the Bank First/Oshkosh Chamber Golf Outing. Limited sponsorship available.

    More more details on golf, sponsorship, or taking part in both go to our Golf Outing Event Page

  • Ripon Medical Center offers Gentle Yoga
    17:30-18:30
    08.14.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Join Jenni Borell, E-RYT, certified integrative yoga for seniors instructor, and certified essential low back program instructor, to release tension, increase range of motion and energize through this slow-paced, therapeutically-oriented class.

    This class is suited for all ages and abilities.

    Gentle Yoga is scheduled for Mondays, August 7 to 28 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon. Individuals should bring a yoga mat to each class.

    Preregistration is required. For cost of class, or to register, call the Health Resource Center at St. Agnes Hospital at (920) 926-4960, e-mail at classes@agnesian.com, or register online at agnesian.com/know-and-go-classes.

     

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  • Berlin’s Farmers & Artists Market-50/Fifty
    16:00-19:30
    08.15.2017

    Held every Tues. until the end of September at Nathan Strong Park from 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

    Concert tonight by 50/Fifty starts at 6:30 p.m.

  • Build a Better World Summer Series at Ripon Public Library
    18:00-20:00
    08.15.2017

    The Fun Keeps Building at the Ripon Public Library!

     

    Ripon, WI – As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present another week of unique, free programs. Registration is not required to participate.

    08.15.17 | Tuesday 6:00 P.M. | Adult Game Night – Mysterium

    Put your game face on and head over to the Ripon Public Library for some kids-free, adult gaming! This month, Adult Game Night is featuring Mysterium, a cooperative game of deduction that has gamers play as psychics working together to solve a murder mystery in this Clue-meets-Dixit style game.

    08.18.17 | Friday 6:00 P.M. | Adults-only NERF Battle

    Embrace your inner child during a night of after-hours fun on Friday, August 18th at 6 P.M. at the Ripon Public Library. Outfit yourself with a NERF™ gun and then release your stress with a game of zombies vs. humans & more during this adults-only event. Perfect for busy parents who are in need of some adult time! NERF™ guns, “Elite” dart-style ammo, glow sticks, and snacks provided. B.Y.O.B. (bring your own unmodified blaster) too! (A small number of NERF™ blasters will be available to borrow.) “Elite” dart-style NERF™ guns only, please. Attendees will need to sign a waiver in order to participate.

    The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 , stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague atmsprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

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  • Waushara County Fair
    All day
    08.18.2017

    For information go to……http://www.wausharacofair.com/

    Aug. 17-20.

     

  • Build a Better World Summer Series at Ripon Public Library
    18:00-20:00
    08.18.2017

    The Fun Keeps Building at the Ripon Public Library!

     

    Ripon, WI – As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present another week of unique, free programs. Registration is not required to participate.

    08.15.17 | Tuesday 6:00 P.M. | Adult Game Night – Mysterium

    Put your game face on and head over to the Ripon Public Library for some kids-free, adult gaming! This month, Adult Game Night is featuring Mysterium, a cooperative game of deduction that has gamers play as psychics working together to solve a murder mystery in this Clue-meets-Dixit style game.

    08.18.17 | Friday 6:00 P.M. | Adults-only NERF Battle

    Embrace your inner child during a night of after-hours fun on Friday, August 18th at 6 P.M. at the Ripon Public Library. Outfit yourself with a NERF™ gun and then release your stress with a game of zombies vs. humans & more during this adults-only event. Perfect for busy parents who are in need of some adult time! NERF™ guns, “Elite” dart-style ammo, glow sticks, and snacks provided. B.Y.O.B. (bring your own unmodified blaster) too! (A small number of NERF™ blasters will be available to borrow.) “Elite” dart-style NERF™ guns only, please. Attendees will need to sign a waiver in order to participate.

    The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 , stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague atmsprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

  • Concerts in the Gazebo Presents Jack Armstrong
    18:30-22:00
    08.18.2017

    Friday, August 18th.

    The Neshkoro Enhancement Committee will be hosting Jack Armstrong for some great music at 6:30pm on Friday, August 18th. The concerts are held at the River’s Edge Park located between Main Street and S. State Street in Neshkoro.

    The concerts will start each Friday night at 6:30pm and admission is a free will offering. In the event of rain, the concert will be held at the Neshkoro Area Community Center.

  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Tallan Noble Latz
    19:00-22:00
    08.18.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    Aug. 18 features Tallan Noble Latz

  • More events
    • Waushara County Fair
      All day
      08.18.2017

      For information go to……http://www.wausharacofair.com/

      Aug. 17-20.

       

    • Build a Better World Summer Series at Ripon Public Library
      18:00-20:00
      08.18.2017

      The Fun Keeps Building at the Ripon Public Library!

       

      Ripon, WI – As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present another week of unique, free programs. Registration is not required to participate.

      08.15.17 | Tuesday 6:00 P.M. | Adult Game Night – Mysterium

      Put your game face on and head over to the Ripon Public Library for some kids-free, adult gaming! This month, Adult Game Night is featuring Mysterium, a cooperative game of deduction that has gamers play as psychics working together to solve a murder mystery in this Clue-meets-Dixit style game.

      08.18.17 | Friday 6:00 P.M. | Adults-only NERF Battle

      Embrace your inner child during a night of after-hours fun on Friday, August 18th at 6 P.M. at the Ripon Public Library. Outfit yourself with a NERF™ gun and then release your stress with a game of zombies vs. humans & more during this adults-only event. Perfect for busy parents who are in need of some adult time! NERF™ guns, “Elite” dart-style ammo, glow sticks, and snacks provided. B.Y.O.B. (bring your own unmodified blaster) too! (A small number of NERF™ blasters will be available to borrow.) “Elite” dart-style NERF™ guns only, please. Attendees will need to sign a waiver in order to participate.

      The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 , stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague atmsprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

    • Concerts in the Gazebo Presents Jack Armstrong
      18:30-22:00
      08.18.2017

      Friday, August 18th.

      The Neshkoro Enhancement Committee will be hosting Jack Armstrong for some great music at 6:30pm on Friday, August 18th. The concerts are held at the River’s Edge Park located between Main Street and S. State Street in Neshkoro.

      The concerts will start each Friday night at 6:30pm and admission is a free will offering. In the event of rain, the concert will be held at the Neshkoro Area Community Center.

    • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Tallan Noble Latz
      19:00-22:00
      08.18.2017

      A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

       

      Aug. 18 features Tallan Noble Latz

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  • Celebrate the Fox Corn Roast
    All day
    08.19.2017

    A fundraiser to support safe boating on the upper Fox River and the maintenance of the Eureka Lock.  Presented by Fox River Runners Boat Club.

    Sat., Aug. 19

    Scott Park, Omro

    Enjoy Allen’s Allenville roasted corn on the cob, burgers , brats, hot dogs, beer, wine coolers & soda.

    Kenny James Duo 2p-5p & Kitty Corona 7p-11p

  • Waushara County Fair
    All day
    08.19.2017

    For information go to……http://www.wausharacofair.com/

    Aug. 17-20.

     

  • Augustfest in Markesan
    All day
    08.19.2017

    Sat., Aug. 19.  All events take place in Hein Park on S. Bridge St. in Markesan.

    Corn roast, bean bag toss tourney, petting zoo, pony rides, BINGO, kids’ games, LIVE music (The Characters), Comedy Sportz, etc.

    Brats, burgers, beer & the Little Red Dairy Barn.

    City-wide rummage sales Aug. 18& 19.

    For full schedule, visit facebook.com/Markesan

  • 8th Annual The Next Generation Car Show & Swap Meet
    08:00-15:00
    08.19.2017
    727 Northwest Way, North Fond Du Lac, WI 54937, USA

    727 Northwest Way, North Fond Du Lac, WI 54937, USA

    See poster for information….The Next Generation Car Show & Swap Meet

  • Pearl Lake Fish Habitat Fundraiser
    13:00-18:00
    08.19.2017

    Stop out at Post Office Bar this Saturday, August 19th for their Pearl Lake Fish Habitat Fundraiser beginning at 1:00pm. They will be having a corn roast, raffle games, 50/50’s, and DJ Ryan will be keeping the crowd entertained with catchy tunes. If you have any questions, call them at 920-566-1166.

  • 43rd Annual 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction
    13:00-15:00
    08.19.2017

    43rd Annual 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction Sale.

    Area youth are working hard getting their animal projects ready for the upcoming Waushara County Fair, Aug. 16-20. The market animals will be judged at the fair and those qualifying will be offered for sale during the 43rd annual 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction on Saturday, Aug. 19 at 1 p.m. in the youth pavilion sale ring at the south end of the fairgrounds. The auction finalizes the market animal projects for poultry, swine, rabbits, sheep, dairy and beef for youth exhibiting their animals. Local and regional businesses and citizens are invited to attend this exciting event to support these youth exhibitors, as everyone is welcome to bid. The sale order for the 2017 Livestock Auction is poultry, swine, rabbits, sheep, six dairy project sponsorship lots and beef. In order to help promote the dairy project, six dairy sponsorships were added to the auction last year. For more information, contact 920) 787- 0416.

  • More events
    • Celebrate the Fox Corn Roast
      All day
      08.19.2017

      A fundraiser to support safe boating on the upper Fox River and the maintenance of the Eureka Lock.  Presented by Fox River Runners Boat Club.

      Sat., Aug. 19

      Scott Park, Omro

      Enjoy Allen’s Allenville roasted corn on the cob, burgers , brats, hot dogs, beer, wine coolers & soda.

      Kenny James Duo 2p-5p & Kitty Corona 7p-11p

    • Waushara County Fair
      All day
      08.19.2017

      For information go to……http://www.wausharacofair.com/

      Aug. 17-20.

       

    • Augustfest in Markesan
      All day
      08.19.2017

      Sat., Aug. 19.  All events take place in Hein Park on S. Bridge St. in Markesan.

      Corn roast, bean bag toss tourney, petting zoo, pony rides, BINGO, kids’ games, LIVE music (The Characters), Comedy Sportz, etc.

      Brats, burgers, beer & the Little Red Dairy Barn.

      City-wide rummage sales Aug. 18& 19.

      For full schedule, visit facebook.com/Markesan

    • 8th Annual The Next Generation Car Show & Swap Meet
      08:00-15:00
      08.19.2017
      727 Northwest Way, North Fond Du Lac, WI 54937, USA
      727 Northwest Way, North Fond Du Lac, WI 54937, USA

      See poster for information….The Next Generation Car Show & Swap Meet

    • Pearl Lake Fish Habitat Fundraiser
      13:00-18:00
      08.19.2017

      Stop out at Post Office Bar this Saturday, August 19th for their Pearl Lake Fish Habitat Fundraiser beginning at 1:00pm. They will be having a corn roast, raffle games, 50/50’s, and DJ Ryan will be keeping the crowd entertained with catchy tunes. If you have any questions, call them at 920-566-1166.

    • 43rd Annual 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction
      13:00-15:00
      08.19.2017

      43rd Annual 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction Sale.

      Area youth are working hard getting their animal projects ready for the upcoming Waushara County Fair, Aug. 16-20. The market animals will be judged at the fair and those qualifying will be offered for sale during the 43rd annual 4-H/FFA Junior Livestock Auction on Saturday, Aug. 19 at 1 p.m. in the youth pavilion sale ring at the south end of the fairgrounds. The auction finalizes the market animal projects for poultry, swine, rabbits, sheep, dairy and beef for youth exhibiting their animals. Local and regional businesses and citizens are invited to attend this exciting event to support these youth exhibitors, as everyone is welcome to bid. The sale order for the 2017 Livestock Auction is poultry, swine, rabbits, sheep, six dairy project sponsorship lots and beef. In order to help promote the dairy project, six dairy sponsorships were added to the auction last year. For more information, contact 920) 787- 0416.

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  • Waushara County Fair
    All day
    08.20.2017

    For information go to……http://www.wausharacofair.com/

    Aug. 17-20.

     

  • Lutheran Ceile Orchestra to play at Peace Lutheran in Green Lake
    09:00-16:00
    08.20.2017
    440 Lake St, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA

    440 Lake St, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA

    On Sunday August 20 The Lutheran Ceile Orchestra will play at Peace  Lutheran 440 Lake Street Green Lake. The schedule for that day:  At  9:00 AM The Ceili Orchestra will play sacred music during worship. At  11:00 AM church picnic. Meat will be provided. We ask that you bring a  dish to pass. You may eat in the Parish Hall or outside. Your choice.   At 12:00 noon the Ceile orchestra will perform a concert including  both sacred and secular Celtic music. Public is invited to attend one  or all of the events. Free will door collection for the Orchestra.What is The Lutheran Ceile Orchestra? It is a musical group that  performs Irish Christian music to encourage awareness of the history  of the Christian faith in ancient Ireland as well as introduce the  rich Celtic tradition of fantastic hymns and riveting music.
  • Van Dyne’s “Rockin’ & Rollin’ in a Small Town”
    11:00-19:00
    08.20.2017

    Sun., Aug. 20 at Van Dyne Lions Park

    Parade at 11a

    Star Fire Band 1p-5p

    Chicken plate lunch Noon-til gone, other food available

    Kickball tourney (contact Walt Schmid 920-688-2496

    Prince/Princess contest (8-12 yr. olds) (contact Bonnie Hughes 920-922-1588

    Baby photo contest (2 ys & younger) (contact Carol Boehning 920-921-6500

    Digital child ID machine, raffles, kids’ games, MORE!

    eclubhouse.org/sites/van_dyne/

  • St. John Picnic in Princeton
    11:00-17:00
    08.20.2017

    Sun., Aug. 20, dining begins at 11a.m.

    Rain or shine!  DJ Michael Guiffre 10a-5p.  Huge raffle, grand prize $1,000.  baked chicken & beef dinner with all the trimmings.  Delivery service available!

    Games, BINGO, food, burger stand, beer bar, face painting, pony rides, apron stand, ETC.

  • Berlin Veterans Foundation Event
    13:00-20:00
    08.20.2017
    116 N Capron St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    116 N Capron St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    Jeff’s on the Square 43rd Anniversary Party sponsored by Berlin Veterans Foundation.

    Sun., Aug. 20, 1p-8p

    Music…DJ Bob Zache 1-4p.m. & the Del Rays from 4-8p.m.

    Food & drinks outside 1-5p.m., full menu inside starting at 4p.m.

    Bring your lawn chairs!

  • More events
    • Waushara County Fair
      All day
      08.20.2017

      For information go to……http://www.wausharacofair.com/

      Aug. 17-20.

       

    • Lutheran Ceile Orchestra to play at Peace Lutheran in Green Lake
      09:00-16:00
      08.20.2017
      440 Lake St, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA
      440 Lake St, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA
      On Sunday August 20 The Lutheran Ceile Orchestra will play at Peace  Lutheran 440 Lake Street Green Lake. The schedule for that day:  At  9:00 AM The Ceili Orchestra will play sacred music during worship. At  11:00 AM church picnic. Meat will be provided. We ask that you bring a  dish to pass. You may eat in the Parish Hall or outside. Your choice.   At 12:00 noon the Ceile orchestra will perform a concert including  both sacred and secular Celtic music. Public is invited to attend one  or all of the events. Free will door collection for the Orchestra.What is The Lutheran Ceile Orchestra? It is a musical group that  performs Irish Christian music to encourage awareness of the history  of the Christian faith in ancient Ireland as well as introduce the  rich Celtic tradition of fantastic hymns and riveting music.
    • Van Dyne's "Rockin' & Rollin' in a Small Town"
      11:00-19:00
      08.20.2017

      Sun., Aug. 20 at Van Dyne Lions Park

      Parade at 11a

      Star Fire Band 1p-5p

      Chicken plate lunch Noon-til gone, other food available

      Kickball tourney (contact Walt Schmid 920-688-2496

      Prince/Princess contest (8-12 yr. olds) (contact Bonnie Hughes 920-922-1588

      Baby photo contest (2 ys & younger) (contact Carol Boehning 920-921-6500

      Digital child ID machine, raffles, kids’ games, MORE!

      eclubhouse.org/sites/van_dyne/

    • St. John Picnic in Princeton
      11:00-17:00
      08.20.2017

      Sun., Aug. 20, dining begins at 11a.m.

      Rain or shine!  DJ Michael Guiffre 10a-5p.  Huge raffle, grand prize $1,000.  baked chicken & beef dinner with all the trimmings.  Delivery service available!

      Games, BINGO, food, burger stand, beer bar, face painting, pony rides, apron stand, ETC.

    • Berlin Veterans Foundation Event
      13:00-20:00
      08.20.2017
      116 N Capron St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA
      116 N Capron St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

      Jeff’s on the Square 43rd Anniversary Party sponsored by Berlin Veterans Foundation.

      Sun., Aug. 20, 1p-8p

      Music…DJ Bob Zache 1-4p.m. & the Del Rays from 4-8p.m.

      Food & drinks outside 1-5p.m., full menu inside starting at 4p.m.

      Bring your lawn chairs!

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  • Solar Eclipse Event at Patterson Memorial Library in Wild Rose
    10:30-14:45
    08.21.2017

    The Patterson Memorial Library in Wild Rose will hold a Solar Eclipse Viewing Event at the Wild Rose High School baseball field beginning at 11:30 am and continuing until the end of the eclipse (about 2:45pm).
    The library has eclipse viewing glasses, and they will be available that day at the event.There will also be cards to create a pinhole viewer. Please bring your own chairs and refreshments. While the eclipse will not be total in our area, we will have about 81% coverage, which is still significant, and is a lot of fun to watch.
    The Patterson Memorial Library Eclipse Viewing Event will be held from 10:30am until about 2:45pm on the Wild Rose High School Baseball Field. Eclipse viewing glasses will be given for free, thanks to a generous donation from the Friends of the Patterson Memorial Library. Parking will be available at the Wild Rose Elementary school. Please bring your own chairs and refreshments.
    The Wild Rose High School Baseball field is located at the corner of Euclid Avenue and Mt Morris Road, east of the Wild Rose high school and football field. For more information, please call the Patterson Memorial library at 920-622-3835.

     

  • Ripon Medical Center offers Gentle Yoga
    17:30-18:30
    08.21.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Join Jenni Borell, E-RYT, certified integrative yoga for seniors instructor, and certified essential low back program instructor, to release tension, increase range of motion and energize through this slow-paced, therapeutically-oriented class.

    This class is suited for all ages and abilities.

    Gentle Yoga is scheduled for Mondays, August 7 to 28 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon. Individuals should bring a yoga mat to each class.

    Preregistration is required. For cost of class, or to register, call the Health Resource Center at St. Agnes Hospital at (920) 926-4960, e-mail at classes@agnesian.com, or register online at agnesian.com/know-and-go-classes.

     

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  • How to Design and Make Scrap Quilts With Your Stash
    13:30-15:30
    08.22.2017

    Judy Stapleman Kroes of Neshkoro/Racine, Wisconsin will be speaking and showing over 60 quilts and projects she has made. Judy taught Home Economics in a middle/high school for 33 years and Quilting was an important part of her program. After retiring the number one thing on her bucket list was to complete her quilt tops and present her trunk show in Wisconsin. Judy will be sharing her 60 quilts and projects, Tuesday, August 22nd at the Neshkoro Area Community Center (former grade school) at 1:30 p.m. in Neshkoro. Judy encourages everyone to bring their stash and any questions. She will be teaching in the fall at Fox Valley tech in Wautoma a 16 hour Quilting technique class.

  • Berlin’s Farmers & Artists Market-North Coast Jazz Project
    16:00-19:30
    08.22.2017

    Held every Tues. until the end of September at Nathan Strong Park from 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

    Concert tonight by North Coast Jazz Project starts at 6:30 p.m.

  • Build a Better World summer series at Ripon Public Library
    18:00-20:00
    08.22.2017

    As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present the final week of its summer program lineup.Registration is not required to participate.

    08.22.17 | Tuesday 6:00 P.M. | Books N’ Brew @ Mugs Coffeehouse

    On Tuesday, August 22 at 6:00 P.M., catch up with what other readers are enjoying over a cup of coffee. Unlike traditional book clubs, there are no assigned books. Instead, participants read what they like and then share their reading experience. This adults-only reading group meets at Mugs Coffeehouse on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 6 P.M.

    08.29.17 | Tuesday 6:30 P.M. | Raw Cooking Class – Dessert

    Have you ever considered eating more whole foods in their raw state but find yourself feeling like you might be bored? Check out these “cooking” classes featuring the raw food diet on Tuesday, August 29 at 6:30 P.M. at the library. Whole foods will be prepared to create great taste and delicious flavor combinations – all without cooking. Learn how you can give your body maximum nutrients while still enjoying your food. This class will be hands-on and you will get to eat what you make. Presented by Brenda Block, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.

    08.30.2017 | Wednesday 6-7:30 P.M. | Finale Pot-luck

    Enjoy an evening of food, fun, and games to wrap up our summer reading program! Everyone is invited to this end-of-summer potluck —bring a dish to pass—to celebrate reading! Prizes including Super Select grand prizes, autographed books and READ posters will be awarded and Read For a Causeresults will be announced. Remember, to be eligible for the Super Select grand prize drawings, you must check out reading materials at least 7of the 13 weeks between June 1 and August 30!

     

    Read For a Cause supports three local charitable projects. RAFD Emergency Services Drone ; Little Free Library & Reading Bench; Toy Library— will  receive funds courtesy of the Friends of the Ripon Public Library, with first place receiving $250, second $150, and third $100.

    The reading portion of our summer program lasts through the end of August. Readers of all ages are encouraged to continue checking out reading materials to earn entries in the monthly prize drawings. Finish strong!!

    The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 ,stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

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  • Berlin VFW Brat Fry Wednesdays
    11:00-13:00
    08.23.2017
    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    Held every Wed. from 11am-1pm from June 7 until Aug. 30

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin

    Brats, burgers, hotdogs, chips!  Come & support your local veterans!

  • Waushara Area Chamber’s Aug. Bus. After 5 At Caribou Bay Retreat
    17:00-19:00
    08.23.2017
    N795 County Rd JJ, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

    N795 County Rd JJ, Coloma, WI 54930, USA

    Join us on Wednesday, August 23rd, for our monthly Business After Five at Caribou Bay Retreat beginning at 5:00pm. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about what they do, see their beautiful facilities, and network with your Chamber friends. This is also a great chance to bring a business guest who isn’t currently a member but may be thinking about joining the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce. This BA5 starting point will be at the Caribou Bay which is located at N795 County Road JJ in Coloma, WI. If you have any questions, feel free to call 920-787-3488.
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  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Chicken Wire Empire
    19:00-22:00
    08.25.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    Aug. 25 features Chicken Wire Empire

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  • Berlin Fox Festival
    All day
    08.26.2017

    Sat., Aug. 26, 11a-11p, North Shelter House at Riverside Park, Berlin.

    Toss for Tots cornhole tourney, Dizzy D balloon twister, Touch-a-Truck, Kid Zone, Mr. Marvel’s Wondertorium Family Show, Live music (The Hook Up at 3p.m. & Star Six Nine at 7p.m.), vendor market, FOOD, BWW Eating Contest.

    361-3636 or chamberberlinwi@gmail.com

  • Veterans of America Golf Classic
    10:00-17:00
    08.26.2017

    Sponsored by Princeton VFW Post 10452

    Sat., Aug. 26.  Shotgun start at 10 a.m. 18-hole scramble at White Lake Country Club.

    Sign up for a 4-some. $50 per person, includes 18 holes, cart, food & prizes.

    Call  920-369-6160  or 920-295-6015 to sign up.

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  • AMVETS Riders of WI 13 2nd Annual Poker Run
    11:00-20:00
    08.27.2017

    Sun., Aug. 27…everyone welcomed…2, 3 & 4-wheels!

    Sign in at Patriot’s Pub & Grill, Hwy 21, Wautoma

    Sign up 11a, kickstands up at noon SHARP.

    $15 per person/$25 per couple

    50/50 raffle each stop, Top 3 Hands awarded cash prize.

    Door prizes & food available at the end of the ride!

    All proceeds to benefit Waushara Veterans that need dental work.

    Win a 2004 Swift Punisher Softail, on display at Patriot’s Pub & Grill.  $75 a ticket & only 120 tickets sold.  Drawing is on Aug. 27 after the AMVET Poker Ride.

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  • Ripon Medical Center offers Gentle Yoga
    17:30-18:30
    08.28.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Join Jenni Borell, E-RYT, certified integrative yoga for seniors instructor, and certified essential low back program instructor, to release tension, increase range of motion and energize through this slow-paced, therapeutically-oriented class.

    This class is suited for all ages and abilities.

    Gentle Yoga is scheduled for Mondays, August 7 to 28 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon. Individuals should bring a yoga mat to each class.

    Preregistration is required. For cost of class, or to register, call the Health Resource Center at St. Agnes Hospital at (920) 926-4960, e-mail at classes@agnesian.com, or register online at agnesian.com/know-and-go-classes.

     

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  • Berlin’s Farmers & Artists Market-Mandy Mae Hallman
    16:00-19:30
    08.29.2017

    Held every Tues. until the end of September at Nathan Strong Park from 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

    Concert tonight by Mandy Mae Hallman starts at 6:30 p.m.

  • Build a Better World summer series at Ripon Public Library
    18:30-20:30
    08.29.2017

    As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present the final week of its summer program lineup.Registration is not required to participate.

     

    08.29.17 | Tuesday 6:30 P.M. | Raw Cooking Class – Dessert

    Have you ever considered eating more whole foods in their raw state but find yourself feeling like you might be bored? Check out these “cooking” classes featuring the raw food diet on Tuesday, August 29 at 6:30 P.M. at the library. Whole foods will be prepared to create great taste and delicious flavor combinations – all without cooking. Learn how you can give your body maximum nutrients while still enjoying your food. This class will be hands-on and you will get to eat what you make. Presented by Brenda Block, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.

    08.30.2017 | Wednesday 6-7:30 P.M. | Finale Pot-luck

    Enjoy an evening of food, fun, and games to wrap up our summer reading program! Everyone is invited to this end-of-summer potluck —bring a dish to pass—to celebrate reading! Prizes including Super Select grand prizes, autographed books and READ posters will be awarded and Read For a Causeresults will be announced. Remember, to be eligible for the Super Select grand prize drawings, you must check out reading materials at least 7of the 13 weeks between June 1 and August 30!

     

    Read For a Cause supports three local charitable projects. RAFD Emergency Services Drone ; Little Free Library & Reading Bench; Toy Library— will  receive funds courtesy of the Friends of the Ripon Public Library, with first place receiving $250, second $150, and third $100.

    The reading portion of our summer program lasts through the end of August. Readers of all ages are encouraged to continue checking out reading materials to earn entries in the monthly prize drawings. Finish strong!!

    The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 ,stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

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  • Berlin VFW Brat Fry Wednesdays
    11:00-13:00
    08.30.2017
    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    Held every Wed. from 11am-1pm from June 7 until Aug. 30

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin

    Brats, burgers, hotdogs, chips!  Come & support your local veterans!

  • Build a Better World summer series at Ripon Public Library
    18:00-19:30
    08.30.2017

    As part of its Build a Better World summer series, Ripon Public Library is excited to present the final week of its summer program lineup.Registration is not required to participate.

    08.30.2017 | Wednesday 6-7:30 P.M. | Finale Pot-luck

    Enjoy an evening of food, fun, and games to wrap up our summer reading program! Everyone is invited to this end-of-summer potluck —bring a dish to pass—to celebrate reading! Prizes including Super Select grand prizes, autographed books and READ posters will be awarded and Read For a Causeresults will be announced. Remember, to be eligible for the Super Select grand prize drawings, you must check out reading materials at least 7of the 13 weeks between June 1 and August 30!

     

    Read For a Cause supports three local charitable projects. RAFD Emergency Services Drone ; Little Free Library & Reading Bench; Toy Library— will  receive funds courtesy of the Friends of the Ripon Public Library, with first place receiving $250, second $150, and third $100.

    The reading portion of our summer program lasts through the end of August. Readers of all ages are encouraged to continue checking out reading materials to earn entries in the monthly prize drawings. Finish strong!!

    The annual summer reading program is funded by the Friends of the Ripon Public Library. For more information, visit www.riponlibrary.org/Summer2017 ,stop by the library, or contact Mandy Sprague at msprague@riponlibrary.org regarding teen and adult services.

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