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  • Coloma Fall Fest
    All day
    10.01.2016

    Saturday, October 1st, Coloma Fall Fest. Join Coloma for a great family event with specials throughout the village all day. There will be a 5k Run at 11am to benefit a local cancer patient, a BBQ Contest, Duct Tape Fashion Show, flea and craft market, beer tasting throughout the village, and more activities to be announced. For a full schedule, visit www.visitcoloma.com.

  • Friends of the Library Book and Bake Sale
    09:00-12:00
    10.01.2016
    121 W Park Ave, Berlin, WI, United States

    121 W Park Ave, Berlin, WI, United States

    Kay Swann Room at Berlin Public Library.

    Early bird special 5p-7:30p Thurs., Sept. 29

    Fri., Sept. 30 Noon-5:30p

    Sat., Oct. 1 9a-Noon.

    Come browse fantastic selection of used adult & children’s materials & shop for delectable cakes, pies, cookies, muffins & breads at the baked goods table!  You’re sure to find some incredible bargains.

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  • Borth Methodist Church Annual Auction
    10:00-16:00
    10.02.2016
    W304 County Road D, Berlin, WI United States

    W304 County Road D, Berlin, WI United States

    Auction starts immediately after church around 12:45 p.m.  Lunch will be served.  Baked goods, hand-crafted items, etc.  Public is welcome!  W304 County Road D, Berlin, WI.  Check out their Facebook page at Borth United Methodist Church.

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  • Community Blood Center Blood Drive
    10:00-17:30
    10.04.2016
    384 Oak Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    384 Oak Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    Held at Grace Lutheran Church, 384 Oak Street, Berlin.  Appointments can be made by calling 1-800-280-4102.  Walk-in donors are welcome.  Please bring identification with you.

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  • Foster Care Informational Meeting
    18:00-20:00
    10.05.2016

    Foster Parents in Waushara County make an incredible difference by providing safe and caring homes for children in the foster care system every day… Come learn how you can help! • Date: October 5, 2016 • When: 6:00 p.m. • Where: Demonstration Room located in the basement of the Waushara County Courthouse Waushara County Foster Parents will be available to share experiences and answer questions ! If you have any questions, please contact Whitney Golding at 920-787-6550 or email at whitney.golding@co.waushara.wi.us

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  • Omro Thursday Night Market
    16:00-19:00
    10.06.2016
    Scott Park Drive, Omro, WI, United States

    Scott Park Drive, Omro, WI, United States

    Get Fresh, Go Local, Make Omro your Thursday Night Stop this Season.  We encourage you not only to stop by the market to shop a variety of local artisans’ and farmers’ wares, but to enjoy visiting, shopping, and dining among the many downtown business along the shores of the Fox River.  Omro is bringing back that sense of community and family togetherness with the Thursday Night Market!  Stop in, visit with your friends and neighbors.  You never know what you might find.

  • Carrying a Concealed Weapon Class at FVTC
    17:00-21:00
    10.06.2016

    Thursday, October 6th, Carrying a Concealed Weapon Class at FVTC. This is a Wisconsin Department of Justice sanctioned course designed to give you all the pertinent facts and information on carrying a concealed weapon in the state of Wisconsin. This course will cover all legal aspects in the use of deadly force, as well as weapons safety, handling and storage. Upon completion of this training, you will receive a proof of training certificate that will assist you in applying for a concealed carry permit in Wisconsin. This class will be held at the FVTC Wautoma Regional Center from 5-9pm and will cost $22.32 per person. To register for this class, call FVTC at 920-787-3319.

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  • Oktoberfest Bazaar and Salad Luncheon
    10:30-13:30
    10.07.2016
    401 West Fond Du Lac Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    401 West Fond Du Lac Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    Friday October 7th, 2016  at Immanuel United Methodist Church, 401 W  Fond du Lac Street, RiponBazaar is from 10:30 - 1:30.  Salad Luncheon from 11:00 - 1:30 pm.Advance tickets @ the church for $8.00 and at the door $9.00.Children 4-11 $3.00.All proceeds will go for supporting their mission project.Menu:Hot turkey casseroleBaked Lima beansGermanPotato saladSame delicious salads as last year!Dessert and Beverage
  • Pickett Haunted Hospital
    19:00-23:00
    10.07.2016-10.31.2016
    W9975 Olden Road, Pickett, WI, United States

    W9975 Olden Road, Pickett, WI, United States

    Oct. 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-31

    7p-11p.  $7 per person.  W9975, Olden Road, Pickett (Pickett Steam Club grounds) just 7 miles west of Oshkosh.

    Facebook:  Haunted Hospital Pickett.

    Haunted house, outside graveyard, snacks, food, bonfire, free parking.

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  • Watson Street Farmers Market
    07:00-13:00
    10.08.2016

    Watson Street in Ripon.

    Starts at 7:00 a.m.

  • 9th Annual Reach the Peak Race
    08:00-12:00
    10.08.2016
    W5806 County Road West, Wild Rose, WI United States

    W5806 County Road West, Wild Rose, WI United States

    A Spectacular Fall Run and Walk for All Ages.  The Ninth Annual Reach the Peak Race will be held at Nordic Mountain Ski Resort on Saturday, October 8th. Registration forms are available at local businesses, online at www.reachthepeakrace.com and at www.active.com, search for Reach the Peak 2016. Race registration will also be held at Nordic Mt Ski Resort on Friday, October 7th 6-8pm during the Spaghetti Dinner, and on race day from 8-9:00am with the ThedaCare Kids Fun Run starting at 9:15am, the 15K race at 10am and the 5K walk/run at 10:15am. This year will also feature a more challenging 2 Mile Kids Run for boys and girls 10-15 years of age at 9:10am, and the Family Stroll is back again this year to encourage the entire family to participate on the one-mile kids course starting at 10:20am. Gather your group together to run the race or volunteer to help hydrate the runners, cheer them on and/or assist with race day preparations. Water station volunteer teams will be located at the two, four, six and eight mile markers on the 15K route which follows country roads to the peak of Mt. Morris before runners descend the hill to the finish line. Volunteer teams should sign up now to secure their spot on the course. Other volunteer opportunities include course clean up, marking and inspection on October 2nd from 1-4pm at Nordic Mt. A spaghetti supper, sponsored by Christiano’s, will be held from 6-8pm on Oct. 7th at Nordic Mt. Ski Resort. Volunteers will be needed to help serve and register participants the night before as well as to help with race prep the day of the race. Reach the Peak proceeds benefit students attending the Wautoma Area School District A+ After School Programs. Last year 397 students attended the A+ programs with nearly 250 students attending daily. Organizers invite After School parents, program advocates, running enthusiasts, community members, businesses and civic organizations to join the fun as a runner, walker or an event volunteer or sponsor. For more information, please visit www.reachthepeakrace.com, call (920) 787-7112 or email reachthepeakrace@gmail.com.

  • Harvest for Hearing Benefit for Lilah Mueller
    10:00-17:00
    10.08.2016-10.09.2016
    W3912 12th Road, Montello, WI, united states

    W3912 12th Road, Montello, WI, united states

    Pumpkin patch & hayride.  Bounce house, corn maze, kids’ games & activities, face painting, tractor-train, petting zoo, basket raffle, silent auction, bake sale, food, Papa Murphy’s pizza sale.

    For information 1-608-369-0261 or www.harvestbenefit.com.

    Breezy Hollow Farm, W3912 12th Road, Montello.  Intersection of Co. Y & 12th Road, Montello.

    Oct. 8 & 9, 10a-5p

  • Neshkoro’s 7th Annual Scarecrow Festival
    10:00-17:00
    10.08.2016

    Lots to do & see in downtown Neshkoro! Scarecrows on display all day.  View & vote for your favorite at River’s Edge Park.  Winners & raffle prizes announced at 4:00 p.m.

    Performing in the gazebo:  Jerrod Ebert, accordion, 11a-1:30p

    Arts & crafts vendors & farmer’s market.  Food vendors on Main Street, 10a-Noon.  Pumpkin catapuling at boat landing, 10a-Noon.  Kids’ activities & hayrides, petting zoo & pony rides at River’s Edge Park, 11a-3p.  Book salae at Neshkoro Public Library.  50/50 raffles at 1p & 4p.

  • Fall Color Hike & Dog Walk
    12:00-15:00
    10.08.2016
    W10464 Beechnut Avenue, Wautoma, WI 54982 United States

    W10464 Beechnut Avenue, Wautoma, WI 54982 United States

    Fall Color Hike & Dog Walk. Join the Waushara County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance on October 8th from 12-3pm for their 18th Annual Fall Color Hike and Dog Walk! Enjoy a fun, healthy activity for the whole family, including your dog! The will be doing a raffle to help create, protect, and support the Waushara County Trail. The trailhead will be located at W10464 Beechnut Avenue and will be $5/person or $15.00 for families of 4. Refreshments, snacks, and doggie treats will be provided.

  • Benefit for Kristine Bredvick
    13:00-16:00
    10.08.2016
    443 Scott Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    443 Scott Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    Union Hall Local 1327, 443 Scott Street, Ripon.

    Kristine is married with 2 children & is currently battling stage 3 oral cancer for the 2nd time in less than 2 years.  She has undergone extensive surgery, chemotherapy & radiation.  Funds will be used to cover cost of medical expenses & future dental work.

    Music, food, raffles including a signed Packer football, jewelry from Kessler’s & many local businesses from all over the Fox Valley.

  • Wautoma Area Fire Department Banquet
    16:30-20:00
    10.08.2016

    Saturday, October 8th, Wautoma Area Fire Department Banquet. The WAFD banquet will be held on Saturday, October 8th at the World War II Building in Wautoma. The doors will open at 4:30pm with a full buffet dinner served between 5-7pm catered by Moose Inn. There will be a silent auction along with drawings for great door prizes. This is their only fundraiser and proceeds will go to help purchase a new Jaws of Life extraction tool. If you’d like to purchase a ticket for $50.00 per person, contact the Fire Department at 920-787-7612.

  • More events
    • Watson Street Farmers Market
      07:00-13:00
      10.08.2016

      Watson Street in Ripon.

      Starts at 7:00 a.m.

    • 9th Annual Reach the Peak Race
      08:00-12:00
      10.08.2016
      W5806 County Road West, Wild Rose, WI United States
      W5806 County Road West, Wild Rose, WI United States

      A Spectacular Fall Run and Walk for All Ages.  The Ninth Annual Reach the Peak Race will be held at Nordic Mountain Ski Resort on Saturday, October 8th. Registration forms are available at local businesses, online at www.reachthepeakrace.com and at www.active.com, search for Reach the Peak 2016. Race registration will also be held at Nordic Mt Ski Resort on Friday, October 7th 6-8pm during the Spaghetti Dinner, and on race day from 8-9:00am with the ThedaCare Kids Fun Run starting at 9:15am, the 15K race at 10am and the 5K walk/run at 10:15am. This year will also feature a more challenging 2 Mile Kids Run for boys and girls 10-15 years of age at 9:10am, and the Family Stroll is back again this year to encourage the entire family to participate on the one-mile kids course starting at 10:20am. Gather your group together to run the race or volunteer to help hydrate the runners, cheer them on and/or assist with race day preparations. Water station volunteer teams will be located at the two, four, six and eight mile markers on the 15K route which follows country roads to the peak of Mt. Morris before runners descend the hill to the finish line. Volunteer teams should sign up now to secure their spot on the course. Other volunteer opportunities include course clean up, marking and inspection on October 2nd from 1-4pm at Nordic Mt. A spaghetti supper, sponsored by Christiano’s, will be held from 6-8pm on Oct. 7th at Nordic Mt. Ski Resort. Volunteers will be needed to help serve and register participants the night before as well as to help with race prep the day of the race. Reach the Peak proceeds benefit students attending the Wautoma Area School District A+ After School Programs. Last year 397 students attended the A+ programs with nearly 250 students attending daily. Organizers invite After School parents, program advocates, running enthusiasts, community members, businesses and civic organizations to join the fun as a runner, walker or an event volunteer or sponsor. For more information, please visit www.reachthepeakrace.com, call (920) 787-7112 or email reachthepeakrace@gmail.com.

    • Harvest for Hearing Benefit for Lilah Mueller
      10:00-17:00
      10.08.2016-10.09.2016
      W3912 12th Road, Montello, WI, united states
      W3912 12th Road, Montello, WI, united states

      Pumpkin patch & hayride.  Bounce house, corn maze, kids’ games & activities, face painting, tractor-train, petting zoo, basket raffle, silent auction, bake sale, food, Papa Murphy’s pizza sale.

      For information 1-608-369-0261 or www.harvestbenefit.com.

      Breezy Hollow Farm, W3912 12th Road, Montello.  Intersection of Co. Y & 12th Road, Montello.

      Oct. 8 & 9, 10a-5p

    • Neshkoro's 7th Annual Scarecrow Festival
      10:00-17:00
      10.08.2016

      Lots to do & see in downtown Neshkoro! Scarecrows on display all day.  View & vote for your favorite at River’s Edge Park.  Winners & raffle prizes announced at 4:00 p.m.

      Performing in the gazebo:  Jerrod Ebert, accordion, 11a-1:30p

      Arts & crafts vendors & farmer’s market.  Food vendors on Main Street, 10a-Noon.  Pumpkin catapuling at boat landing, 10a-Noon.  Kids’ activities & hayrides, petting zoo & pony rides at River’s Edge Park, 11a-3p.  Book salae at Neshkoro Public Library.  50/50 raffles at 1p & 4p.

    • Fall Color Hike & Dog Walk
      12:00-15:00
      10.08.2016
      W10464 Beechnut Avenue, Wautoma, WI 54982 United States
      W10464 Beechnut Avenue, Wautoma, WI 54982 United States

      Fall Color Hike & Dog Walk. Join the Waushara County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance on October 8th from 12-3pm for their 18th Annual Fall Color Hike and Dog Walk! Enjoy a fun, healthy activity for the whole family, including your dog! The will be doing a raffle to help create, protect, and support the Waushara County Trail. The trailhead will be located at W10464 Beechnut Avenue and will be $5/person or $15.00 for families of 4. Refreshments, snacks, and doggie treats will be provided.

    • Benefit for Kristine Bredvick
      13:00-16:00
      10.08.2016
      443 Scott Street, Ripon, WI, United States
      443 Scott Street, Ripon, WI, United States

      Union Hall Local 1327, 443 Scott Street, Ripon.

      Kristine is married with 2 children & is currently battling stage 3 oral cancer for the 2nd time in less than 2 years.  She has undergone extensive surgery, chemotherapy & radiation.  Funds will be used to cover cost of medical expenses & future dental work.

      Music, food, raffles including a signed Packer football, jewelry from Kessler’s & many local businesses from all over the Fox Valley.

    • Wautoma Area Fire Department Banquet
      16:30-20:00
      10.08.2016

      Saturday, October 8th, Wautoma Area Fire Department Banquet. The WAFD banquet will be held on Saturday, October 8th at the World War II Building in Wautoma. The doors will open at 4:30pm with a full buffet dinner served between 5-7pm catered by Moose Inn. There will be a silent auction along with drawings for great door prizes. This is their only fundraiser and proceeds will go to help purchase a new Jaws of Life extraction tool. If you’d like to purchase a ticket for $50.00 per person, contact the Fire Department at 920-787-7612.

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  • Green Lake Tour of Homes
    All day
    10.09.2016

    tickets available at Bellissimo Restaurant in Berlin, Horicon Bank in Green Lake, Shear Image Salon in Markesan, Green Lake Chamber of Commerce, Ripon Chamber of Commerce, Wallenfang’s in Green Lake.

    www.greenlaketourofhomes.com.

    Advance tickets $20, & $25 at door.

  • AYCE Country Breakfast
    09:00-12:00
    10.09.2016
    6687 State Road 44, Pickett, WI, United States

    6687 State Road 44, Pickett, WI, United States

    9a-Noon.  Pickett Community Center, 6687 State Road 44, Pickett.

    Adults $7.50, children 6-12 $3.5, 5 & under FREE.

    Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, french toast, biscuits & gravy, pancakes & more.

    920-589-6111

  • St. John Lutheran School Beef & Pork Roast Dinner
    11:30-14:00
    10.09.2016
    146 Mound St, Berlin, WI, United States

    146 Mound St, Berlin, WI, United States

    St. John Lutheran School, Berlin.   Adults $8 in advance, $9 at door.  Children (4-10) $4 in advance, $5 at door.  Children under 4 FREE.  Carryouts available.

    Tickets available at Mop Shop, Berlin Oil/Shell on Broadway, St. John Lutheran School Office, J&T Foods, Krause’s Service.

    Also featuring a Scholastic Book Fair.

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  • Donations requested for Banquet
    16:27-17:00
    10.12.2016-10.21.2016

    The WACC is looking for donations to be given away as door prizes for the Chamber Fall Banquet. This is a great opportunity to showcase any products you might have! If you would like to donate an item or have further questions, contact the Waushara Area Chamber at 920-787-3488 or at wausharachamber@gmail.com!

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  • Oshkosh Chamber’s Business After Hours
    17:00-19:00
    10.13.2016
    3125 S Washburn St, Oshkosh, WI, United States

    3125 S Washburn St, Oshkosh, WI, United States

  • Maximize social security benefits
    18:00-20:00
    10.13.2016
    36 W Montello St, Montello, WI, United States

    36 W Montello St, Montello, WI, United States

    Thrivent Financial is hosting a free educational event to help attendees start to develop a strategy to maximize social security benefits. The event will be held at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, October 13th at Granite Falls Supper Club, 36 W Montello St, in Montello. The event is presented by Mecan River Group of Thrivent Financial along with our guest speaker Ryan Jones, Zone Partner with Thrivent Financial. See more information below.

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  • St. Joseph Holiday Boutique
    09:08-17:00
    10.14.2016-10.15.2016
    364 South Cambridge Street, Wautoma, WI, United States

    364 South Cambridge Street, Wautoma, WI, United States

    Fri., Oct. 14, 9a-5p.  Spectacular table viewing.   View exquisitely decorated tables set for holiday entertaining.  Donation $2.  Adults only please.

    Fri., Oct. 14  & Sat., Oct. 15, 9a-5p.  Visit the boutique shops.  St. Joseph Parish Center.  Featuring holiday treat pantry, bake sale, plants, raffle & gift baskets, craft gallery, Santa’s Little Store, Second Collection & door prizes.

  • The Duel: A Pairing and Piano Event
    17:00-23:00
    10.14.2016
    1 Westgate Dr, Ripon, WI 54971, United States

    1 Westgate Dr, Ripon, WI 54971, United States

    October 14, 2016 | 5:00 pm | Royal Ridges, Ripon | $25-60

    The Boys & Girls Club of the Tri-County Area is proud to present a new event; The Duel, a pairing & piano event.   This unique fundraising event will feature Knuth Brewing Company showcasing their best beers as Royal Ridges executive chef, Jeremy, creates unique culinary compliments to each brew.  The dinner pairing will begin at 6pm and will be followed by dueling pianos entertainment by Ted Oliver Productions from 8-11pm.  The Duel will also feature a silent auction, raffle baskets, and a live appeal.

    Call Hanna Meronk, Director of Special Events & Marketing at (920) 361-2717 to register today!

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  • 15th Annual From the Land Craft Show
    10:00-16:00
    10.15.2016

    Sat., Oct. 15,  10:00 am – 4:00 pm & Sun., Oct. 16, 10a-3p

    Toll/Londowski family farm (1 mile west of Hwy 49/Cty Rd “J” intersection)

    $1 admission fee

    A gathering of traditional crafts and skills with demonstrations. Knowledge and techniques given from the heart by people who truly enjoy what they do. Baskets, bead art, whimsy, folk art and more!

  • Berlin Fire Dept. Open House & Pig Roast
    10:00-15:00
    10.15.2016
    226 Spring St, Berlin, WI, United States

    226 Spring St, Berlin, WI, United States

    From 10-3 serving at 11:30.  There will be free in-town delivery again this year.  Just call 361-5417.   Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.  You can buy tickets from any BFD member or at Mike's Bike Shop or Bucky's Bar.  Oshkosh Hazmat Team tentatively may be there.   Free fire truck rides for kids & they can spray the hoses too!
  • Elo Harvest Dinner
    12:00-17:00
    10.15.2016
    1134 Williams Rd, Pickett, WI, United States

    1134 Williams Rd, Pickett, WI, United States

    1134 Williams Rd., Pickett.  Noon-5p.

    Buffet style…turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables, relish, dessert, buns, coffee & milk.

    Adults $10, children 4-11 $5, under 3 FREE.  Limited seating.  For reservations call 920-290-1638.  NO ticket sales at the door!!!

  • 2nd Annual Berlin Lion’s Club Sportsmen’s Banquet
    15:00-22:00
    10.15.2016
    689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    Door prizes. One in 10 will be a gun.  dinner/door prize ticket $55.

    Call to register.  John 920-229-6061; Sandy 361-9987; Tom 920-573-7410.

    Held at City Inn, Berlin.  Doors open at 3:00 p.m.  Dinner at 5:00 p.m. (Advance ticket sales ONLY!!!)

  • Princeton Lion’s Club Spaghetti Supper
    16:00-20:00
    10.15.2016
    136 North Farmer Street, Princeton, WI, United States

    136 North Farmer Street, Princeton, WI, United States

    AYCE.  Take outs available.

    Adults $7.50 in advance, $8 at door.

    Children $5.5 ages 6-10, $6 at door.  FREE ages 5 & under.

    Dinner includes spaghetti & meat sauce, lettuce salad, garlic bread & dessert.

    Tickets can be purchased at Jillian’s Restaurant or Calbaum Insurance.

  • Berlin Historical Society Ghost Walk
    18:30-23:00
    10.15.2016
    Oakwood Cemetery, Berlin, WI 54923, United States

    Oakwood Cemetery, Berlin, WI 54923, United States

    This year’s theme….A Post Mortem Examination of Berlin’s “Bodies of Law”.

  • More events
    • 15th Annual From the Land Craft Show
      10:00-16:00
      10.15.2016

      Sat., Oct. 15,  10:00 am – 4:00 pm & Sun., Oct. 16, 10a-3p

      Toll/Londowski family farm (1 mile west of Hwy 49/Cty Rd “J” intersection)

      $1 admission fee

      A gathering of traditional crafts and skills with demonstrations. Knowledge and techniques given from the heart by people who truly enjoy what they do. Baskets, bead art, whimsy, folk art and more!

    • Berlin Fire Dept. Open House & Pig Roast
      10:00-15:00
      10.15.2016
      226 Spring St, Berlin, WI, United States
      226 Spring St, Berlin, WI, United States
      From 10-3 serving at 11:30.  There will be free in-town delivery again this year.  Just call 361-5417.   Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.  You can buy tickets from any BFD member or at Mike's Bike Shop or Bucky's Bar.  Oshkosh Hazmat Team tentatively may be there.   Free fire truck rides for kids & they can spray the hoses too!
    • Elo Harvest Dinner
      12:00-17:00
      10.15.2016
      1134 Williams Rd, Pickett, WI, United States
      1134 Williams Rd, Pickett, WI, United States

      1134 Williams Rd., Pickett.  Noon-5p.

      Buffet style…turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables, relish, dessert, buns, coffee & milk.

      Adults $10, children 4-11 $5, under 3 FREE.  Limited seating.  For reservations call 920-290-1638.  NO ticket sales at the door!!!

    • 2nd Annual Berlin Lion's Club Sportsmen's Banquet
      15:00-22:00
      10.15.2016
      689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States
      689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

      Door prizes. One in 10 will be a gun.  dinner/door prize ticket $55.

      Call to register.  John 920-229-6061; Sandy 361-9987; Tom 920-573-7410.

      Held at City Inn, Berlin.  Doors open at 3:00 p.m.  Dinner at 5:00 p.m. (Advance ticket sales ONLY!!!)

    • Princeton Lion's Club Spaghetti Supper
      16:00-20:00
      10.15.2016
      136 North Farmer Street, Princeton, WI, United States
      136 North Farmer Street, Princeton, WI, United States

      AYCE.  Take outs available.

      Adults $7.50 in advance, $8 at door.

      Children $5.5 ages 6-10, $6 at door.  FREE ages 5 & under.

      Dinner includes spaghetti & meat sauce, lettuce salad, garlic bread & dessert.

      Tickets can be purchased at Jillian’s Restaurant or Calbaum Insurance.

    • Berlin Historical Society Ghost Walk
      18:30-23:00
      10.15.2016
      Oakwood Cemetery, Berlin, WI 54923, United States
      Oakwood Cemetery, Berlin, WI 54923, United States

      This year’s theme….A Post Mortem Examination of Berlin’s “Bodies of Law”.

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  • 15th Annual From the Land Craft Show
    10:00-15:00
    10.16.2016

    Sat., Oct. 15,  10:00 am – 4:00 pm & Sun., Oct. 16, 10a-3p

    Toll/Londowski family farm (1 mile west of Hwy 49/Cty Rd “J” intersection)

    $1 admission fee

    A gathering of traditional crafts and skills with demonstrations. Knowledge and techniques given from the heart by people who truly enjoy what they do. Baskets, bead art, whimsy, folk art and more!

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  • American House Grand Re-Opening
    16:00-20:00
    10.19.2016
    123 South Pearl Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    123 South Pearl Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    Meet & greet with the new owner.  Open to the public.  Tour the facility.  Hors d’ oeuvres.

    Ribbon cutting ceremony at 1:00 p.m.  Grand re-opening from 4:00-8:00 p.m.

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  • Long Term Care Workshop
    18:00-20:00
    10.20.2016
    668 Cummings Road, Wautoma, WI, United States

    668 Cummings Road, Wautoma, WI, United States

    Thrivent Financial is hosting a free educational event to help attendees prepare for the possibility of needing long-term care.  The event will be held at 6:00 p.m., the 20th of October 2016 at Heartland House located at 668 W Cummings Rd Wautoma.   The event is presented by the Mecan River Group of Thrivent Financial, along with Ryan Jones, Zone Partner with Thrivent Financial.   There will also be a short presentation by Josiah Grothe, owner of Heartland House Inc., Wautoma.

    The event is available to the public but space is limited.   To register for this free event, individuals may call Julie Hadel OR Thrivent Financials local office at 920-787-1808 or email julie.hadel@thrivent.com.   The reservation deadline is October 17, 2016.

  • Free SCORE Seminar “Starting & Surviving in Business: Planning for Business Success”
    18:30-21:30
    10.20.2016
    1979 Godfrey Drive, Waupaca, WI, United States

    1979 Godfrey Drive, Waupaca, WI, United States

    Are you considering going into business for yourself?  Or are you in business already & wondering where things are going to go from here?

    Attend this FREE seminar at Fox Valley Technical College in Waupaca!  Presented by Jeff Ebel, a small business owner, it will emphasize developing your mission statement & what will be required of you to successfully manage your own business.

    SCORE is a volunteer, non-profit organization that acts as counselors to America’s small business.  It does not market any products & all services are provided at no charge to clients.

    For more info, directions to the learning center & pre-registration, please call 1-715-346-3861.

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  • Green Lake’s Sew, Sip, and Scones
    10:00-12:00
    10.22.2016
    492 Hill St, Green Lake, WI 54941, United States

    492 Hill St, Green Lake, WI 54941, United States

    October 22, 2016 | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm | Town Square | $25

    Warm up on a cool Fall morning with textile artist Kim Bates. Kim will teach you how to make fun and fashionable scarves while serving hot mulled cider and tasty cranberry-orange scone treats. Indulge yourself!

    To sign up please call 920-807-0008.

  • Wautoma Cooking up Fun in the Kitchen
    11:00-13:30
    10.22.2016
    N2574 7th Avenue, Hancock, WI, united states

    N2574 7th Avenue, Hancock, WI, united states

    Karla Perkins presents “Fall” in Love with Fall Food Cooking Class on Saturday, October 22nd from 11:00am-1:30pm at N2574 7th Ave, Hancock, WI.

    For only $45 you will learn how to make black bean pumpkin soup, baked spaghetti squash with marinara sauce, roasted squash with wild rice, “cin-fully” good baked apples with cinnamon butter, served with apple cider or harvest wine.

    For more information or to register for this class, call Karla at 608-576- 2618.

  • 10TH Annual NWTF Banquet
    15:00-23:00
    10.22.2016

    10TH Annual NWTF Banquet Presented By The Rock ‘n’ Granite Toms

    Saturday, October 22nd, Redgranite Lions Hall, Redgranite

    Doors Open – 3:00 PM Dinner – 5:00 PM NO TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR

    Tickets can be purchased online at www.nwtf.org/events (Select: “Banquets”, “WI”, “Rock’n Granite Toms” NEW-Platinum Package. $270 raffle card for $200. Can be used on all raffles. We also have a free kids raffle. PLATNUM SPONSORS – $275 Incl: Sponsor Membership, Dinner, Sponsor Gift, $130 Turkey bucks, Hat & Door Prize Ticket SINGLE MEMBERSHIPS – $55 Includes: Dinner, Membership & Door Prize Ticket Turkey Bucks $100. ($130 OF RAFFLE TICKETS for $100) (Excluded on Walk around Items and Cash Only Raffles)

    BRING IN CANNED GOODS AND RECEIVE 1 TICKET FOR EACH CAN DONATED.   ALL DONATIONS WILL BE GIVEN TO LOCAL FOOD BANK.

    Make checks payable to NWTF.  Send Registration information to: Keith Jasinski P.O. Box 160 Neshkoro, WI 54960-0160 (920) 765-1971 or e-mail rockngranitetoms@yahoo.com

    TICKET DEADLINE October 14th, 2016.  Please include a self addressed stamped envelope or your e-mail address for ticket confirmation. Tickets will be available at the registration desk the night of the banquet.

    SPECIAL LADIES ONLY RAFFLE Table of 8 for $360, includes 8 memberships, dinner, attendance prize ticket & $160 of turkey bucks for your table.

  • CAP Services Trivia Unplugged Contest
    17:00-21:00
    10.22.2016
    440 W Main St, Wautoma, WI, United States

    440 W Main St, Wautoma, WI, United States

    CAP Services Trivia Unplugged contest from 5-9pm on Saturday, October 22nd at the WWII Building.   Registration 4 – 4:30 p.m. Trivia Contest 5 – 9 p.m. Mixer & Awards Ceremony 9 p.m.   Award for Best Team Costume!

    To register call (920) 787-3889 • Teams up to 10 players, same price regardless of size of team • $150 per team • Cash bar and endless buffet are available at an additional charge • Catered by the Moose Inn • Absolutely NO electronic devices will be allowed during competition.

    Complete rules and registration forms available at capservices.org/2016trivia.  An event brochure is also available at the Wautoma CAPsell Building, 205 E. Main Street.

  • Halloween Open House
    19:00-22:00
    10.22.2016

    Held at Waushara Historical Museum

    7p-10p, Sat., Oct. 22 & Oct. 29th

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    • Green Lake's Sew, Sip, and Scones
      10:00-12:00
      10.22.2016
      492 Hill St, Green Lake, WI 54941, United States
      492 Hill St, Green Lake, WI 54941, United States

      October 22, 2016 | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm | Town Square | $25

      Warm up on a cool Fall morning with textile artist Kim Bates. Kim will teach you how to make fun and fashionable scarves while serving hot mulled cider and tasty cranberry-orange scone treats. Indulge yourself!

      To sign up please call 920-807-0008.

    • Wautoma Cooking up Fun in the Kitchen
      11:00-13:30
      10.22.2016
      N2574 7th Avenue, Hancock, WI, united states
      N2574 7th Avenue, Hancock, WI, united states

      Karla Perkins presents “Fall” in Love with Fall Food Cooking Class on Saturday, October 22nd from 11:00am-1:30pm at N2574 7th Ave, Hancock, WI.

      For only $45 you will learn how to make black bean pumpkin soup, baked spaghetti squash with marinara sauce, roasted squash with wild rice, “cin-fully” good baked apples with cinnamon butter, served with apple cider or harvest wine.

      For more information or to register for this class, call Karla at 608-576- 2618.

    • 10TH Annual NWTF Banquet
      15:00-23:00
      10.22.2016

      10TH Annual NWTF Banquet Presented By The Rock ‘n’ Granite Toms

      Saturday, October 22nd, Redgranite Lions Hall, Redgranite

      Doors Open – 3:00 PM Dinner – 5:00 PM NO TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR

      Tickets can be purchased online at www.nwtf.org/events (Select: “Banquets”, “WI”, “Rock’n Granite Toms” NEW-Platinum Package. $270 raffle card for $200. Can be used on all raffles. We also have a free kids raffle. PLATNUM SPONSORS – $275 Incl: Sponsor Membership, Dinner, Sponsor Gift, $130 Turkey bucks, Hat & Door Prize Ticket SINGLE MEMBERSHIPS – $55 Includes: Dinner, Membership & Door Prize Ticket Turkey Bucks $100. ($130 OF RAFFLE TICKETS for $100) (Excluded on Walk around Items and Cash Only Raffles)

      BRING IN CANNED GOODS AND RECEIVE 1 TICKET FOR EACH CAN DONATED.   ALL DONATIONS WILL BE GIVEN TO LOCAL FOOD BANK.

      Make checks payable to NWTF.  Send Registration information to: Keith Jasinski P.O. Box 160 Neshkoro, WI 54960-0160 (920) 765-1971 or e-mail rockngranitetoms@yahoo.com

      TICKET DEADLINE October 14th, 2016.  Please include a self addressed stamped envelope or your e-mail address for ticket confirmation. Tickets will be available at the registration desk the night of the banquet.

      SPECIAL LADIES ONLY RAFFLE Table of 8 for $360, includes 8 memberships, dinner, attendance prize ticket & $160 of turkey bucks for your table.

    • CAP Services Trivia Unplugged Contest
      17:00-21:00
      10.22.2016
      440 W Main St, Wautoma, WI, United States
      440 W Main St, Wautoma, WI, United States

      CAP Services Trivia Unplugged contest from 5-9pm on Saturday, October 22nd at the WWII Building.   Registration 4 – 4:30 p.m. Trivia Contest 5 – 9 p.m. Mixer & Awards Ceremony 9 p.m.   Award for Best Team Costume!

      To register call (920) 787-3889 • Teams up to 10 players, same price regardless of size of team • $150 per team • Cash bar and endless buffet are available at an additional charge • Catered by the Moose Inn • Absolutely NO electronic devices will be allowed during competition.

      Complete rules and registration forms available at capservices.org/2016trivia.  An event brochure is also available at the Wautoma CAPsell Building, 205 E. Main Street.

    • Halloween Open House
      19:00-22:00
      10.22.2016

      Held at Waushara Historical Museum

      7p-10p, Sat., Oct. 22 & Oct. 29th

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  • All Saints Harvest Dinner
    11:00-13:00
    10.23.2016
    N8566 State Route 49, Berlin, WI, United States

    N8566 State Route 49, Berlin, WI, United States

    Sun., Oct. 23, 11a.m.-1p.m. in the Social Hall at All Saints Catholic Parish.

    Old fashioned chicken dinner with all the extras & home-made pies!

    Adult carry outs available.  For delivery call Julie 361-2100 (days) or 361-2562 (evenings).

    Tickets $9 adult, $5 children ages 5-10 & free to children under 5.

    Advance tickets at the church, 1st National Bank in Berlin, & Farmers & Merchants Bank.

    Themed basket raffles will be sold.

  • Green Lake Traditions: Creating Memories in the Kitchen
    13:00-15:00
    10.23.2016
    492 Hill Street, Green Lake, WI, United States

    492 Hill Street, Green Lake, WI, United States

    Traditions: Creating Memories in the Kitchen
    October 23, 2016 | 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm | Town Square | $35

    Try out your culinary baking skills in the new Green Lake Kitchens at Town Square. This class is designed to encourage Mothers, Dads, Grandmothers, Grandfathers, and Kids to create memories together in the kitchen. Join Chef Kathy McCarthy of Peppercorn Catering to bring out the inner baker in you! Make traditions…starting in the kitchen! Pre-registration is required for this class, please call 920-807-0008 for more information.

     

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  • Pros & Cons of Cloud Based Programs learning session
    All day
    10.27.2016

    Thursday, October 27th

    There will be two sessions to choose from, one at 7:30am-8:30am at Mid-State Tech College in Stevens Point and one at 11am- 12pm at Marquette County Extension in Montello. To register, contact CAP at capservices.org/jbd-trainings or call 920-787-1384.

    Pros & Cons of Cloud Based Programs learning sessions. Join CAP Services on Thursday October 27th for a free informational session on cloud based programs. What is the cloud? Where is the cloud? Are we in the cloud now? These are all questions you’ve probably heard or even asked yourself. In this workshop, they will help you understand the pros and cons of cloud computing in business. Specifically, they will outline the needs to consider overall value and liability of doing your billing/accounting from Cloud Based providers as opposed to keeping the billing/accounting on your own computer.

  • Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet
    17:00-21:00
    10.27.2016

    Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 27th for our Annual Chamber Banquet at Blader’s Dakota Inn. Cocktail Hour will start at 5:00pm and dinner will be served at 6:30pm.

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  • Community Last Saturday Lunch
    11:30-13:00
    10.29.2016
    364 S Cambridge St, Wautoma, WI 54982, United States

    364 S Cambridge St, Wautoma, WI 54982, United States

    “The 4th Saturday Lunch has a new name: Community Last Saturday Lunch. This lunch was started after the Tornado in 1992 and has continued through the years.  Area churches and civic organizations provide the meal.  Waushara County Residents are invited to come to this free meal held the last Saturday of the month.  Donations are welcome to help offset the cost of the meal.

  • Ripon Our Saviour’s Church Turkey Dinner
    16:00-19:30
    10.29.2016
    343 Scott Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    343 Scott Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    Our Saviour’s United Church of Christ will hold its 14th annual family style turkey dinner on Saturday October 29th from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Our Saviour’s Church, 343 Scott Street, in Ripon.

    The dinner consists of roast turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, squash, sauerkraut, vegetable, cranberry relish, dinner rolls, dessert (pumpkin or apple), coffee, and milk.

    Both dine-in eating and carry-outs will be available from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. In addition, home delivery is available for both noon (11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) and evening (5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.) dining. Please call the church office (748-2544) by noon Thursday October 27th to reserve a home delivery, and please specify noon or evening delivery when placing your home delivery order

    The cost is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors over 65, $5 for children 4 to 10, and children under 4 eat for free. Tickets are available in advance at Our Saviour’s Church office, Ripon Drug, and BMO Harris Bank. Tickets will be available at the door on Saturday evening.

    This year 10% of the profits will go to the “Students in Need Fund”, run through School Resource Officer Lindsey Michaels, and supported by the Ripon Area Education Foundation. The Students in Need Program is based solely on donations from the community to provide immediate assistance to students and families in need. The program is not a long-term solution; it is gift card based, meaning that students and/or families are given gift cards to help them with some immediate basic needs.

  • Oshkosh’s Downtown Trick or Treat
    16:30-18:30
    10.29.2016

    Sat., Oct. 29

    4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

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  • Berlin’s Trick or Treat
    15:00-18:00
    10.30.2016

    Sun., Oct. 30

    3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

  • Ripon’s Trick or Treat
    15:00-17:00
    10.30.2016

    Sun., Oct. 30

    3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

  • Princeton’s Trick or Treat
    15:00-17:00
    10.30.2016

    Sun., Oct. 30

    3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

  • Wautoma’s Trick or Treat
    15:00-17:00
    10.30.2016

    Sun., Oct.  30

    3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

  • Community Trick or Treat at BFC
    15:00-18:00
    10.30.2016
    282 East Marquette Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    282 East Marquette Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    A safe, warm & dry place to trick or treat!  Stop at Barbola Funeral Chapel during Berlin’s trick or treat hours, 3p-6p, on Sun., Oct. 30th.

    All little goblins in costumes get a FREE Frankenstein frank (hotdog), bag of chips, pretzels, fruit snacks & a drink.   Parents can bring their cameras to take photos of their costumed children in front of the Fall displays outside or by the fireplace inside!

  • More events
    • Berlin's Trick or Treat
      15:00-18:00
      10.30.2016

      Sun., Oct. 30

      3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

    • Ripon's Trick or Treat
      15:00-17:00
      10.30.2016

      Sun., Oct. 30

      3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

    • Princeton's Trick or Treat
      15:00-17:00
      10.30.2016

      Sun., Oct. 30

      3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

    • Wautoma's Trick or Treat
      15:00-17:00
      10.30.2016

      Sun., Oct.  30

      3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

    • Community Trick or Treat at BFC
      15:00-18:00
      10.30.2016
      282 East Marquette Street, Berlin, WI, United States
      282 East Marquette Street, Berlin, WI, United States

      A safe, warm & dry place to trick or treat!  Stop at Barbola Funeral Chapel during Berlin’s trick or treat hours, 3p-6p, on Sun., Oct. 30th.

      All little goblins in costumes get a FREE Frankenstein frank (hotdog), bag of chips, pretzels, fruit snacks & a drink.   Parents can bring their cameras to take photos of their costumed children in front of the Fall displays outside or by the fireplace inside!

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