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  • Christmas in Branson
    All day
    11.01.2016-11.07.2016

    November 1st -7 th, Christmas in Branson. Sign up today to join “Christmas in Branson,” a motor coach tour sponsored by the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center. This trip will leave on a Lamer’s motor coach on November 1st and will include 11 meals. Don’t miss this awesome opportunity to enjoy a celebration of Christmas you’ll find nowhere else. Revel in the holiday shows, songs, décor, and LIGHTS! You will enjoy six additional shows, including two Christmas dinner theater extravaganzas and four popular musical shows flavored with the songs and spirit of Christmas. Reservations are being taken now and will be closing soon. You need not be a “senior” or a member of the Center to participate. For complete information contact Senior Center Director Deb Konczal at 920-787-2055.

  • Wautoma Area’s REIGN Volleyball Club
    12:18
    11.01.2016-11.11.2016

    We are starting a club for kids 10-17 in the Waushara County area this fall.

    If you know of any girls 10-17 (boys under 13 can also participate) that would enjoy playing this winter please let them know they don’t have to travel to Waupaca, Appleton, Oshkosh or Berlin – we will have a team right here in Wautoma.  We anticipate most kids will be from Wild Rose and Wautoma, but it is open to anyone in the area.

    Try-outs begin in two weeks!  Thanks in part to Wautoma Rotary, Wautoma Kiwanis, LifeQuest and Wade Pennau/Waushara Rental we funds to get this project up and running.

    If you have any questions I can be reached at 920-570-2872

    We also have a Facebook Page at REIGN VBC and a website at www.letitreign.wixsite.com/reignvbc

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  • TREDC 2016
    08:00-13:30
    11.03.2016

    Thursday, November 3rd

    Join the Tri-County Regional Economic Development Corporation Thursday, November 3rd for their “Workforce Innovations” at Pine Lake Camp in Westfield.

    The summit will explore attraction and retention of millennials, what businesses are doing to attract and retain employees, what are our schools doing to prepare students for the future, and what is the connection to our Technical Colleges to train our future workforce for our employers.

    Registration will be from 8am-8:45am with the program concluding at 1:30pm. Register now by contacting Bill Wheeler at 920-382-0963.

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  • Billy’s 1st Annual 8-Ball Pool Tournament
    11:00-17:00
    11.05.2016
    Berlin Family Restaurant, 186 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    Berlin Family Restaurant, 186 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    $25 entry fee (must be 21 yrs. of age).  Free t-shirt.  75% of payout to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place.  Luck of the draw partners (men & women).  Double elimination.  50/50 raffles.

    @billystourny or fb.me/billystourny

    Held at Izzy’s Pub, 196 Broadway, Berlin.  Sat., Nov. 5th at 11:00 a.m. sharp!

    The tournament is dedicated to Bill Jecevicus.  Billy lost his courageous baatle with cancer in June 2016.  the proceeds raised from this event will go towards research to help find a cure for Matastatic Signet Ring Adenocarcinoma of the Appendix.

  • The People’s Church Free Luncheon
    12:00-16:00
    11.05.2016
    3045 15th Rd, Montello, WI, United States

    3045 15th Rd, Montello, WI, United States

    PLAN TO JOIN THE FRIENDLY FOLKS AT THE PEOPLES CHURCH, LOCATED JUST NORTH OF MONTELLO FOR FUN, GREAT CONVERSATION AND AN OUTSTANDING FREE LUNCHEON . . . ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH FROM 12-4 PM.   THE PEOPLES CHURCH IS LOCATED JUST NORTH OF MONTELLO ON HIGHWAY 22 AND 15TH ROAD (3045 15th Rd, Montello, WI 53949).   THE PEOPLES CHURCH IS NON-DENOMINATIONAL – EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND.   COME ENJOY A GREAT FREE MEAL . . . AND VISIT WITH NEW AND EXISTING FRIENDS.

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  • Family and Community Town Supper (FACTS)
    17:15-20:00
    11.07.2016
    440 West Main Street, Wautoma, WI, United States

    440 West Main Street, Wautoma, WI, United States

    Monday, November 7th

    The Waushara County Healthy Communities Healthy Youth Committee a subcommittee of the Waushara Prevention Council, Inc., is proud to announce the next Family and Community Town Supper (FACTS) on Monday, November 7th, 2016 at 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The topic will focus on marijuana in our communities and the effects of legalization. Marijuana is now legal in four states. Many questions remain about the safety and effects of this drug. How are our bodies affected? What are the consequences of legalization? How can marijuana affect our local community? Despite these questions, the drug continues to become more popular. In 2016, 23% of Waushara County high school students reported using marijuana at least once.

    The evening will include a free supper at 5:15 pm followed by a presentation from special guest Kevin Wong at 6:00 pm. Kevin has a background in law enforcement and works for the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. He will be presenting on the topic of the effects of marijuana legalization in Colorado.

    All community members are encouraged to attend this evening of discussion.

    The event will be held at the Wautoma World War II Memorial Building located at 440 West Main Street. Registration is required for all attending.

    Please RSVP no later than October 28. A $3.00 donation is encouraged to cover the cost of the meal and help fund future FACTS events. For questions or to RSVP please contact Mary LaBlanc at 920-787-6600 or marykay.lablanc@co.waushara.wi.us.

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  • Berlin High School Presents Mary Poppins Musical
    19:00
    11.10.2016-11.12.2016
    222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States

    222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States

    Mary Poppins will fly into Berlin in November! The cast and crew of BHS’s production of Mary Poppins are hard at work learning lines, singing, dancing, building sets, gathering props, fitting costumes, learning how to fly (!) and a myriad of other tasks to prepare for four performances coming up this November in the high school theatre.

    Approximately 80 students are involved on the stage, in the pit orchestra or working on the crew – some will have put in 100+ hours!

    November 10th at 7 p.m.

    November 11th at 7 p.m.

    November 12th at 1 p.m. & 7 p.m.

    Tickets are available at the Berlin High School front office beginning Thursday, October 20 during normal school hours 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, $8.00 for students (up to 18 years of age).

    All seats are reserved. The Music Boosters will be selling DramaGrams and flowers for your favorite performer before the show and during intermission. Intermission refreshments will also be sold. We can’t wait to bring this wonderful show to the stage! Come and support the youth of Berlin!!

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  • Wautoma Rotary hosting Annual Veteran’s Day luncheon
    12:00-15:00
    11.11.2016

    The Wautoma Rotary will be hosting their annual Veteran’s Day luncheon at the WWII Memorial Building on Friday, November 11th at noon.
    The Moose Inn catered lunch is provided free to any veteran serviceman/servicewoman and $8.00 for any other guests.

    Master Sergeant Jeffrey C. Unger will be the guest speaker for the event.

    Please RSVP by November 4th with any local Rotarian or call Peder Culver at 920-570-2872.

    Rotary is an international service organization that brings business and professional leaders together to serve youth and community.

    Regular weekly meetings are held at noon on Wednesdays at Christianos Pizza.

    Please go to www.wautomarotary.com for more details or like our Facebook page.

  • Berlin High School Presents Mary Poppins Musical
    19:00-22:00
    11.11.2016
    222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States

    222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States

    Mary Poppins will fly into Berlin in November! The cast and crew of BHS’s production of Mary Poppins are hard at work learning lines, singing, dancing, building sets, gathering props, fitting costumes, learning how to fly (!) and a myriad of other tasks to prepare for four performances coming up this November in the high school theatre.

    Approximately 80 students are involved on the stage, in the pit orchestra or working on the crew – some will have put in 100+ hours!

    November 10th at 7 p.m.

    November 11th at 7 p.m.

    November 12th at 1 p.m. & 7 p.m.

    Tickets are available at the Berlin High School front office beginning Thursday, October 20 during normal school hours 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, $8.00 for students (up to 18 years of age).

    All seats are reserved. The Music Boosters will be selling DramaGrams and flowers for your favorite performer before the show and during intermission. Intermission refreshments will also be sold. We can’t wait to bring this wonderful show to the stage! Come and support the youth of Berlin!!

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  • Trinity Lutheran Church’s 2nd Annual Harvest Meal
    11:00-13:30
    11.12.2016
    121 West Elm Street, Wautoma, WI, United States

    121 West Elm Street, Wautoma, WI, United States

    Saturday, November 12th.

  • Berlin High School Presents Mary Poppins Musical
    13:00-16:00
    11.12.2016
    222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States

    222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States

    Mary Poppins will fly into Berlin in November! The cast and crew of BHS’s production of Mary Poppins are hard at work learning lines, singing, dancing, building sets, gathering props, fitting costumes, learning how to fly (!) and a myriad of other tasks to prepare for four performances coming up this November in the high school theatre.

    Approximately 80 students are involved on the stage, in the pit orchestra or working on the crew – some will have put in 100+ hours!

    November 10th at 7 p.m.

    November 11th at 7 p.m.

    November 12th at 1 p.m. & 7 p.m.

    Tickets are available at the Berlin High School front office beginning Thursday, October 20 during normal school hours 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, $8.00 for students (up to 18 years of age).

    All seats are reserved. The Music Boosters will be selling DramaGrams and flowers for your favorite performer before the show and during intermission. Intermission refreshments will also be sold. We can’t wait to bring this wonderful show to the stage! Come and support the youth of Berlin!!

  • Bone Marrow Cancer Benefit
    16:00-21:00
    11.12.2016
    689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

    For Terry Dibble of Berlin. All money raised will help the family with medical bills & expenses.

    Held at city Inn, 689 Broadway, Berlin.

    Food, music, 50-50 raffle & silent auction.

    Terry was diagnosed with intermediate level 2 Myelodysplastic Syndrome (Bone Marrow cancer), which is pre leukemic. He has started chemo while in search of a donor for a bone marrow transplant.  Once Terry receives his transplant, he will need to rent housing & remain in Milwaukee for the first 3 months & frequent trips to Milwaukee will follow.

  • Black Hawk Folk Society will present Bob Bovee
    18:00-22:00
    11.12.2016

    Saturday, November 12th , Bob Bovee at the Mountain View Community Center. The Black Hawk Folk Society will present Bob Bovee on Saturday, November 12th at 7:00pm. Bovee’s repertoire includes dance tunes, ballads, cowboy songs, humorous and sentimental numbers, blues, and rags. He spices up his shows with stories, history, and folklore. Bob sings (yodels too) and plays guitar, harmonica, banjo, and autoharp. There will be a potluck prior to the concert at 6:00pm.

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    • Trinity Lutheran Church's 2nd Annual Harvest Meal
      11:00-13:30
      11.12.2016
      121 West Elm Street, Wautoma, WI, United States
      121 West Elm Street, Wautoma, WI, United States

      Saturday, November 12th.

    • Berlin High School Presents Mary Poppins Musical
      13:00-16:00
      11.12.2016
      222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States
      222 Memorial Drive, Berlin, WI, United States

      Mary Poppins will fly into Berlin in November! The cast and crew of BHS’s production of Mary Poppins are hard at work learning lines, singing, dancing, building sets, gathering props, fitting costumes, learning how to fly (!) and a myriad of other tasks to prepare for four performances coming up this November in the high school theatre.

      Approximately 80 students are involved on the stage, in the pit orchestra or working on the crew – some will have put in 100+ hours!

      November 10th at 7 p.m.

      November 11th at 7 p.m.

      November 12th at 1 p.m. & 7 p.m.

      Tickets are available at the Berlin High School front office beginning Thursday, October 20 during normal school hours 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, $8.00 for students (up to 18 years of age).

      All seats are reserved. The Music Boosters will be selling DramaGrams and flowers for your favorite performer before the show and during intermission. Intermission refreshments will also be sold. We can’t wait to bring this wonderful show to the stage! Come and support the youth of Berlin!!

    • Bone Marrow Cancer Benefit
      16:00-21:00
      11.12.2016
      689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States
      689 Broadway Street, Berlin, WI, United States

      For Terry Dibble of Berlin. All money raised will help the family with medical bills & expenses.

      Held at city Inn, 689 Broadway, Berlin.

      Food, music, 50-50 raffle & silent auction.

      Terry was diagnosed with intermediate level 2 Myelodysplastic Syndrome (Bone Marrow cancer), which is pre leukemic. He has started chemo while in search of a donor for a bone marrow transplant.  Once Terry receives his transplant, he will need to rent housing & remain in Milwaukee for the first 3 months & frequent trips to Milwaukee will follow.

    • Black Hawk Folk Society will present Bob Bovee
      18:00-22:00
      11.12.2016

      Saturday, November 12th , Bob Bovee at the Mountain View Community Center. The Black Hawk Folk Society will present Bob Bovee on Saturday, November 12th at 7:00pm. Bovee’s repertoire includes dance tunes, ballads, cowboy songs, humorous and sentimental numbers, blues, and rags. He spices up his shows with stories, history, and folklore. Bob sings (yodels too) and plays guitar, harmonica, banjo, and autoharp. There will be a potluck prior to the concert at 6:00pm.

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  • Purchase your containers for Omro Chamber Holiday Cookie Walk
    All day
    11.14.2016
    130 W Larrabee St, Omro, WI, United States

    130 W Larrabee St, Omro, WI, United States

    Beginning November 14…Purchase a collectible Omro Holiday Cookie Walk container with punch card ($5)  from the Future Omro office, 130 W. Larrabee St.

    ONLY 34 containers will be available, so hurry!

    Then, visit the participating businesses and organizations to collect your holiday cookies during the Cookie Walk Dec. 2-5 and get your card punched.

    FREE snow sleds to the first 5 participants to complete the FULL walk.

    All proceeds will be donated to the Omro Police & Fire Holiday Baskets.

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  • Semi Annual Ripon Lions Spaghetti Dinner
    16:00-19:00
    11.17.2016
    343 Scott St, Ripon, WI, United States

    343 Scott St, Ripon, WI, United States

     Semi Annual Ripon Lions Spaghetti Dinner
    Thu, November 17, 4:30pm – 7:00pm
    Our Saviour’s UCC, 343 Scott St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA (map)
    “Help send a child to camp!” $7.00 adult – $6.50 if purchased in advance. Children under 12 $3.00 Carry outs available. Tickets can be purchased from any Ripon Lions member, at BMO Harris Bank, Horicon Bank, Ripon Drug or at the Door.
  • Berlin’s Annual Lighting the Park
    17:30-18:30
    11.17.2016
    192 E Huron St, Berlin, WI, United States

    192 E Huron St, Berlin, WI, United States

    Nathan Strong Park.

    Thurs., Nov. 17 at 5: 30 p.m.

    Organized by ABC Group.  Contact harry Kwidzinski to purchase a tree.  361-2162

  • Oshkosh Chamber Holiday Parade
    18:30-20:00
    11.17.2016

    This year’s parade will take place on November 17 starting at 6:30pm.

    The parade route runs through downtown on Main Street from Ceape Ave to Irving Ave.

    This year’s theme is Whoville from The Grinch.

  • Berlin’s 31st Annual Lighted Christmas Parade
    18:30-19:30
    11.17.2016

    Thurs., Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m.  Heading west to east.

    Call 361-3636 or visit berlinchamber.net.

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    • Semi Annual Ripon Lions Spaghetti Dinner
      16:00-19:00
      11.17.2016
      343 Scott St, Ripon, WI, United States
      343 Scott St, Ripon, WI, United States
       Semi Annual Ripon Lions Spaghetti Dinner
      Thu, November 17, 4:30pm – 7:00pm
      Our Saviour’s UCC, 343 Scott St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA (map)
      “Help send a child to camp!” $7.00 adult – $6.50 if purchased in advance. Children under 12 $3.00 Carry outs available. Tickets can be purchased from any Ripon Lions member, at BMO Harris Bank, Horicon Bank, Ripon Drug or at the Door.
    • Berlin's Annual Lighting the Park
      17:30-18:30
      11.17.2016
      192 E Huron St, Berlin, WI, United States
      192 E Huron St, Berlin, WI, United States

      Nathan Strong Park.

      Thurs., Nov. 17 at 5: 30 p.m.

      Organized by ABC Group.  Contact harry Kwidzinski to purchase a tree.  361-2162

    • Oshkosh Chamber Holiday Parade
      18:30-20:00
      11.17.2016

      This year’s parade will take place on November 17 starting at 6:30pm.

      The parade route runs through downtown on Main Street from Ceape Ave to Irving Ave.

      This year’s theme is Whoville from The Grinch.

    • Berlin's 31st Annual Lighted Christmas Parade
      18:30-19:30
      11.17.2016

      Thurs., Nov. 17 at 6:30 p.m.  Heading west to east.

      Call 361-3636 or visit berlinchamber.net.

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  • Waushara County Salvation Army Bell Ringing
    All day
    11.19.2016-12.23.2016

    Waushara County Salvation Army Bell Ringing.

    This year’s 29 day campaign will begin on Saturday, November 19th and end Friday, December 23rd with over 420 hours of bell ringing. 90% of all money collected will stay in Waushara County to benefit our local community. If you would like to sign up to ring the bell (often two hour shifts), please contact Roger Charette at 920-787-4250 for Wautoma and Plainfield locations. For Wild Rose, contact Jane Erickson at 920-622-3075 and for Coloma, contact Karen Giese at 715-228-2311.

  • Downtown Oshkosh’s 2nd Annual Whoville Holiday
    08:30-16:00
    11.19.2016

    Whoville themed activities inh many downtown businesses.  Don’t be a “Grinch” this holiday season!

    Breakfast with the Grinch.  Two seatings, 8:30a & 10a at The Ground Round at River’s Edge.  Tickets by reservation ONLY ONLINE at www.downtownoshkosh.com.

    FREE SHOWINGS of How the Grinch Stole Christmas movie at the Time Theater from 10a-4p.

    A Grinchmas Celebration at Oshkosh Public Library 10:30a-1p.

    Whoville sing-a-long & Costume parade…12:30 p.m. at Opera House Square (Dress up as your favorite Dr. Seuss character & join us).

    FREE horse & carriage rides 11a-2p at Opera House Square

     

  • Annual Christmas Treasure Sale at Patterson Memorial Library in Wild Rose
    09:00-12:00
    11.19.2016
    500 Division St, Wild Rose, WI, United States

    500 Division St, Wild Rose, WI, United States

    Saturday, November 19
    9am to Noon
    Christmas Treasures of all Kinds, Delicious Baked goods and used Books
    Support your local Library!
    500 Division St., Wild Rose, WI
  • Indoor Fall Market at Town Square in Green Lake
    09:00-12:00
    11.19.2016

    November 19, 2016 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm | Town Square

    Town Square, Green Lake’s Community Center, hosts the Indoor Fall Market which provides local artists, producers and growers an opportunity to bring their fabulous offerings to guests of the Market. With over twenty vendors to shop from, guests of the Market can purchase items that are home-made, home grown and organic. For information on participating as a vendor, contact Christine Murphy at 920-807-0008.

     

  • Hancock’s 33rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair
    09:00-14:00
    11.19.2016
    420 North Jefferson Street, Hancock, WI, United States

    420 North Jefferson Street, Hancock, WI, United States

    Saturday, November 19th from 9am-2pm, the Friends of the Hancock Public Library will be holding its 33rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair. There will be 20 plus craft vendors for you to browse and shop as well as door prizes and a bake sale. Come enjoy their food and beverage choices for breakfast or lunch. The Library will have numerous book and movies for sale. Bring your family and friends to the Hancock Community Center located at 420 N. Jefferson in Hancock for the 33rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair!

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    • Waushara County Salvation Army Bell Ringing
      All day
      11.19.2016-12.23.2016

      Waushara County Salvation Army Bell Ringing.

      This year’s 29 day campaign will begin on Saturday, November 19th and end Friday, December 23rd with over 420 hours of bell ringing. 90% of all money collected will stay in Waushara County to benefit our local community. If you would like to sign up to ring the bell (often two hour shifts), please contact Roger Charette at 920-787-4250 for Wautoma and Plainfield locations. For Wild Rose, contact Jane Erickson at 920-622-3075 and for Coloma, contact Karen Giese at 715-228-2311.

    • Downtown Oshkosh's 2nd Annual Whoville Holiday
      08:30-16:00
      11.19.2016

      Whoville themed activities inh many downtown businesses.  Don’t be a “Grinch” this holiday season!

      Breakfast with the Grinch.  Two seatings, 8:30a & 10a at The Ground Round at River’s Edge.  Tickets by reservation ONLY ONLINE at www.downtownoshkosh.com.

      FREE SHOWINGS of How the Grinch Stole Christmas movie at the Time Theater from 10a-4p.

      A Grinchmas Celebration at Oshkosh Public Library 10:30a-1p.

      Whoville sing-a-long & Costume parade…12:30 p.m. at Opera House Square (Dress up as your favorite Dr. Seuss character & join us).

      FREE horse & carriage rides 11a-2p at Opera House Square

       

    • Annual Christmas Treasure Sale at Patterson Memorial Library in Wild Rose
      09:00-12:00
      11.19.2016
      500 Division St, Wild Rose, WI, United States
      500 Division St, Wild Rose, WI, United States
      Saturday, November 19
      9am to Noon
      Christmas Treasures of all Kinds, Delicious Baked goods and used Books
      Support your local Library!
      500 Division St., Wild Rose, WI
    • Indoor Fall Market at Town Square in Green Lake
      09:00-12:00
      11.19.2016

      November 19, 2016 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm | Town Square

      Town Square, Green Lake’s Community Center, hosts the Indoor Fall Market which provides local artists, producers and growers an opportunity to bring their fabulous offerings to guests of the Market. With over twenty vendors to shop from, guests of the Market can purchase items that are home-made, home grown and organic. For information on participating as a vendor, contact Christine Murphy at 920-807-0008.

       

    • Hancock’s 33rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair
      09:00-14:00
      11.19.2016
      420 North Jefferson Street, Hancock, WI, United States
      420 North Jefferson Street, Hancock, WI, United States

      Saturday, November 19th from 9am-2pm, the Friends of the Hancock Public Library will be holding its 33rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair. There will be 20 plus craft vendors for you to browse and shop as well as door prizes and a bake sale. Come enjoy their food and beverage choices for breakfast or lunch. The Library will have numerous book and movies for sale. Bring your family and friends to the Hancock Community Center located at 420 N. Jefferson in Hancock for the 33rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair!

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  • RMC Auxiliary’s ‘Old Hippie Candle Company” Sale
    10:00-15:00
    11.21.2016
    RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    RMC Auxiliary’s ‘Old Hippie Candle Company” sale November 21

    The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary has scheduled an Old Hippie Candle Company, LLC sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, November 21. The sale will be held in the Journeys Commons outside of the gift shop at Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street.

    You won’t want to miss this opportunity to purchase quality candles made by Bob Tamblin, a local master candle maker. Come and see the many beautiful candles. Perfect for Thanksgiving decorations or Christmas gifts!

    All proceeds of the sale benefit programs and services at Ripon Medical Center.

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

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  • Wautoma’s Thrivent Financial Office Collecting Toys
    All day
    11.25.2016-12.04.2016
    222 W Main St, Wautoma, WI, United States

    222 W Main St, Wautoma, WI, United States

    The representatives and staff at the office of Thrivent Financial, Wautoma, are collecting toys for the Adams Columbia Electric Cooperative annual toy drive and will be matching all donations made at their office up to $250. Please bring a new unwrapped toy to the Wautoma office located at 222 W. Main St., Wautoma, Monday-Thursday between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Fridays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Drop off toys by Dec. 4 and the bins will be picked up by Dec. 5. For directions or more information, please call 920-787-1808. To help spread holiday cheer, the financial representatives and staff members at Thrivent Financial, Wautoma, will be matching all of the Toys for Tots donations made at their office up to $250.

  • Christmas in Princeton
    All day
    11.25.2016-11.26.2016

    Nov. 25 & 26

    Shopping, dining, lights on Water Street parade, craft fairs, pictures with Santa, hot chocolate explosion, tree lighting & MORE.

    http://www.princetonwi.com/

  • Princeton’s Community Hall Festival of Trees
    15:00-20:00
    11.25.2016

    Held at Community Hall in City Park, Princeton.

    Fri., Nov. 25, 3p-8p

    Sat., Nov. 26, 8a-3p

    Silent auction of decorated trees, centerpieces, holiday bake sale, wreaths, second-hand item sale, much more.

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  • Princeton’s Community Hall Festival of Trees
    08:00-15:00
    11.26.2016

    Held at Community Hall in City Park, Princeton.

    Fri., Nov. 25, 3p-8p

    Sat., Nov. 26, 8a-3p

    Silent auction of decorated trees, centerpieces, holiday bake sale, wreaths, second-hand item sale, much more.

  • St. John Lutheran Church in Princeton’s Art & Craft Fair
    08:00-15:00
    11.26.2016

    Sat., Nov. 26, 8a-3p at the former St. John Lutheran School, 227 Harvard Street.

  • Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce’s Breakfast with Santa
    08:30-10:30
    11.26.2016

    Saturday, November 26th, Breakfast with Santa, 8:30am-10:30am. Join the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce and Santa for a delicious breakfast including eggs, sausage links, waffles, breakfast potatoes, and coffee catered by the Moose Inn from 8:30- 10:30am. The cost of breakfast, which also includes a picture with Santa, is $3 for ages 5 and above and free for ages 4 and under. Bring in a toy, canned food item, or mittens/jackets and receive $1 off your breakfast. After breakfast head over to the Wautoma Public Library for fun kid’s activities from 9:30-11:00am and enjoy the cookie walk from 10am-3pm. If you’d like more information, call the Chamber at 920-787- 3488

  • St. John Catholic in Princeton’s Holiday Craft Bazaar & Bake Sale
    09:00-15:00
    11.26.2016

    Nov. 26, 9a-3p.  St. John Catholic School gym.  Lunch will be served.

  • Holiday Bounty Craft Fair in Princeton
    09:00-15:00
    11.26.2016

    9a-3p

    Sat., nov. 26

    Princeton Public Schools.  Hosted by Princeton Historical Society.

  • Indoor Fall Market at Town Square in Green Lake
    09:00-12:00
    11.26.2016

    November 26, 2016 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm | Town Square

    Town Square, Green Lake’s Community Center, hosts the Indoor Fall Market which provides local artists, producers and growers an opportunity to bring their fabulous offerings to guests of the Market. With over twenty vendors to shop from, guests of the Market can purchase items that are home-made, home grown and organic. For information on participating as a vendor, contact Christine Murphy at 920-807-0008.

     

  • Princeton’s Annual Craft Fair at American Legion Hall
    09:00-15:00
    11.26.2016

    Sat.,  Nov. 26, 9a-3p

    Hwy 23, Princeton.  Refreshments & food featuring Bison Meat & Home-made Baked Goods.

  • Berlin Blitz at River Shores Church
    09:00-16:00
    11.26.2016

    Over 40 vendors.  River Shores Church in Berlin.

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  • Wautoma Cookie Walk
    10:00-15:00
    11.26.2016

    Saturday, November 26th, Wautoma Cookie Walk. Join the Waushara Argus on Saturday, November 26th from 10am-3pm for the beloved Cookie Walk. Over 20 businesses participating – purchase a tin and go business to business to collect your cookies. A great event for families, kids, friends, etc. Cookie tins are available at some area businesses and at the WWII Memorial beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26.

  • Coloma’s Lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting
    16:00-20:00
    11.26.2016

    Coloma will be hosting their Lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting/Free Hot Chocolate in Coloma on Saturday, November 26th at 5:00pm. Attendees can also enjoy hot dogs, pictures, and crafts with Santa that evening at the Coloma Community Center from 4-8pm.

  • St Catherine of Siena Parish Chili Supper
    16:30-19:00
    11.26.2016
    218 e West Blossom Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    218 e West Blossom Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    Sat, November 26, 4:30pm – 7:00pm

    218 E Blossom St, Ripon, WI
    Chili Supper. Dine in: Includes, Chili, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Dessert, Coffee & Milk , Drive Up, Carry Out: Includes Chili & Dessert.
    Adults $8, Kids 5-12 $4, Kids under 5 – Free. Carry out $7.
    Apron Game, Mini Raffle, Silent Auction, Bake Sale, Craft Table & Jumping Castle
  • Green Lake’s Christmas Tree Lighting
    17:15-18:00
    11.26.2016

    November 26, 2016 | 5:15 pm – 6:00 pm | Town Square

    Join Town Square and the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce as we begin celebrating Christmas in the best way we know how…by lighting a tree and singing some Christmas tunes! Start your day by visiting all of the local businesses for Small Business Saturday, and end your day with Santa.  Santa and Mrs. Claus will be doing a countdown, the Federated Church Choir will be leading us in song, Sassafras will bring coffee, and there will be cookies and luminaries!

  • Shara Sounds Dinner & Concert
    17:30-21:00
    11.26.2016

    Saturday, November 26th, Shara Sounds Dinner & Concert. Let Heaven and Nature Sing on Saturday, November 26th for the Shara Sounds Dinner Concert held at the WWII Building. The Cash Bar will open at 5:30pm with dinner at 6:00pm followed by the Concert at 7:00pm. Dinner will catered by Moose Inn and will include BBQ ribs, chicken Monterey, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, coleslaw, veggie platter, rolls, dessert tray, water, milk, and coffee for $30 per person. There will also be a Christmas silent auction. You can make checks payable to Shara Sounds and RSVP by November 15th to Bonita Jarvis, W5643 Buttercup Avenue, Wautoma, WI. Give her a call at 920-572-6188 for more information.

  • Small Business Saturday
    21:06
    11.26.2016

    Shop & support your local area shops & restaurants!

  • More events
    • Princeton's Community Hall Festival of Trees
      08:00-15:00
      11.26.2016

      Held at Community Hall in City Park, Princeton.

      Fri., Nov. 25, 3p-8p

      Sat., Nov. 26, 8a-3p

      Silent auction of decorated trees, centerpieces, holiday bake sale, wreaths, second-hand item sale, much more.

    • St. John Lutheran Church in Princeton's Art & Craft Fair
      08:00-15:00
      11.26.2016

      Sat., Nov. 26, 8a-3p at the former St. John Lutheran School, 227 Harvard Street.

    • Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce's Breakfast with Santa
      08:30-10:30
      11.26.2016

      Saturday, November 26th, Breakfast with Santa, 8:30am-10:30am. Join the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce and Santa for a delicious breakfast including eggs, sausage links, waffles, breakfast potatoes, and coffee catered by the Moose Inn from 8:30- 10:30am. The cost of breakfast, which also includes a picture with Santa, is $3 for ages 5 and above and free for ages 4 and under. Bring in a toy, canned food item, or mittens/jackets and receive $1 off your breakfast. After breakfast head over to the Wautoma Public Library for fun kid’s activities from 9:30-11:00am and enjoy the cookie walk from 10am-3pm. If you’d like more information, call the Chamber at 920-787- 3488

    • St. John Catholic in Princeton's Holiday Craft Bazaar & Bake Sale
      09:00-15:00
      11.26.2016

      Nov. 26, 9a-3p.  St. John Catholic School gym.  Lunch will be served.

    • Holiday Bounty Craft Fair in Princeton
      09:00-15:00
      11.26.2016

      9a-3p

      Sat., nov. 26

      Princeton Public Schools.  Hosted by Princeton Historical Society.

    • Indoor Fall Market at Town Square in Green Lake
      09:00-12:00
      11.26.2016

      November 26, 2016 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm | Town Square

      Town Square, Green Lake’s Community Center, hosts the Indoor Fall Market which provides local artists, producers and growers an opportunity to bring their fabulous offerings to guests of the Market. With over twenty vendors to shop from, guests of the Market can purchase items that are home-made, home grown and organic. For information on participating as a vendor, contact Christine Murphy at 920-807-0008.

       

    • Princeton's Annual Craft Fair at American Legion Hall
      09:00-15:00
      11.26.2016

      Sat.,  Nov. 26, 9a-3p

      Hwy 23, Princeton.  Refreshments & food featuring Bison Meat & Home-made Baked Goods.

    • Berlin Blitz at River Shores Church
      09:00-16:00
      11.26.2016

      Over 40 vendors.  River Shores Church in Berlin.

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    • Wautoma Cookie Walk
      10:00-15:00
      11.26.2016

      Saturday, November 26th, Wautoma Cookie Walk. Join the Waushara Argus on Saturday, November 26th from 10am-3pm for the beloved Cookie Walk. Over 20 businesses participating – purchase a tin and go business to business to collect your cookies. A great event for families, kids, friends, etc. Cookie tins are available at some area businesses and at the WWII Memorial beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26.

    • Coloma's Lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting
      16:00-20:00
      11.26.2016

      Coloma will be hosting their Lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting/Free Hot Chocolate in Coloma on Saturday, November 26th at 5:00pm. Attendees can also enjoy hot dogs, pictures, and crafts with Santa that evening at the Coloma Community Center from 4-8pm.

    • St Catherine of Siena Parish Chili Supper
      16:30-19:00
      11.26.2016
      218 e West Blossom Street, Ripon, WI, United States
      218 e West Blossom Street, Ripon, WI, United States

      Sat, November 26, 4:30pm – 7:00pm

      218 E Blossom St, Ripon, WI
      Chili Supper. Dine in: Includes, Chili, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Dessert, Coffee & Milk , Drive Up, Carry Out: Includes Chili & Dessert.
      Adults $8, Kids 5-12 $4, Kids under 5 – Free. Carry out $7.
      Apron Game, Mini Raffle, Silent Auction, Bake Sale, Craft Table & Jumping Castle
    • Green Lake's Christmas Tree Lighting
      17:15-18:00
      11.26.2016

      November 26, 2016 | 5:15 pm – 6:00 pm | Town Square

      Join Town Square and the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce as we begin celebrating Christmas in the best way we know how…by lighting a tree and singing some Christmas tunes! Start your day by visiting all of the local businesses for Small Business Saturday, and end your day with Santa.  Santa and Mrs. Claus will be doing a countdown, the Federated Church Choir will be leading us in song, Sassafras will bring coffee, and there will be cookies and luminaries!

    • Shara Sounds Dinner & Concert
      17:30-21:00
      11.26.2016

      Saturday, November 26th, Shara Sounds Dinner & Concert. Let Heaven and Nature Sing on Saturday, November 26th for the Shara Sounds Dinner Concert held at the WWII Building. The Cash Bar will open at 5:30pm with dinner at 6:00pm followed by the Concert at 7:00pm. Dinner will catered by Moose Inn and will include BBQ ribs, chicken Monterey, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, coleslaw, veggie platter, rolls, dessert tray, water, milk, and coffee for $30 per person. There will also be a Christmas silent auction. You can make checks payable to Shara Sounds and RSVP by November 15th to Bonita Jarvis, W5643 Buttercup Avenue, Wautoma, WI. Give her a call at 920-572-6188 for more information.

    • Small Business Saturday
      21:06
      11.26.2016

      Shop & support your local area shops & restaurants!

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  • Ripon Noon Kiwanis Cheese Boxes
    All day
    11.30.2016

    Ring in the Holidays with a Cheese Box from the Ripon Noon Kiwanis.Get a gift for the hard-to-buy-for and two for yourself! TheRipon Noon Kiwanis is holding their annual cheese box sale, now through the2nd of December.  Each box of cheese is $25.00 and contains a 12 oz.sausage, a garlic dip, and one package each of brick, medium cheddar, andstring cheese.  Orders are due by Friday, December 2nd, with pick up onWednesday, December 7th from 5:30-7pm at Divine Passages Funeral Home, 175N. Douglas St., Ripon.The annual cheese sale is one of the fundraisers that helpbenefit the many wonderful programs spearheaded by the Ripon Noon Kiwanisin the community; which includes recurring college scholarshipopportunities, the annual Children’s Fair and the Ripon Toy Lending Libraryamong the long list of sponsored group initiatives.  The Ripon Noon Kiwanismeets weekly at Noon in the PDR in the Ripon College Pickard Commons;guests and prospective new members are always welcome.Visit www.riponnoonkiwanis.org/cheese-sale/ to place your orderonline, or download an order form that can be mailed in.  Orders shouldinclude first and last name, address and phone number, and the number ofboxes you’d like to order.  Orders can be sent to Ripon Noon Kiwanis, POBox 504, Ripon, WI 54971 or emailed to RiponNoonKiwanis@gmail.com.Call 920-299-1081 for questions or to place an order over the phone.  Checkscan be mailed with your order & made payable to Ripon Noon Kiwanis.  Cash,Checks, Debit & Credit Card will be accepted at pick-up.
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