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  • Ripon Noon Kiwanis Cheese Boxes
    00:00
    12.01.2016

    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.
  • Wautoma Rotary Christmas Parade
    17:30-19:00
    12.01.2016

    Thursday, December 1st, Wautoma Rotary Christmas Parade. The Wautoma Rotary will be hosting Wautoma’s Christmas Parade on Thursday, December 1 st. The parade line up will begin at 4:30pm on Park Street. The Parade will start at 5:30pm on Main Street by the Post Office and will continue West towards the WWII Memorial Building. Following the parade will be hot chocolate and cookies provided by Mayor Nixon and a tree lighting at the WWII Building provided by Martz Insurance. Lighted floats are encouraged and there will be prizes for best entries. Santa has also accepted their invite to be in the parade. Businesses located on route and surrounding areas are also encouraged to light up store-fronts and decorate! For any information, contact Peder Culver at pculver@lifequest-services.com.

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  • Omro Chamber Holiday Cookie Walk
    All day
    12.02.2016-12.05.2016
    130 W Larrabee St, Omro, WI, United States

    130 W Larrabee St, Omro, WI, United States

    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.

    Go to FutureOmro.org for more details.

  • Ripon Noon Kiwanis Cheese Boxes
    All day
    12.02.2016

    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.
  • Ripon’s 26th Annual Dickens of a Christmas
    17:30-23:59
    12.02.2016

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  • Ripon’s 26th Annual Dickens of a Christmas
    08:00-23:59
    12.03.2016

  • Breakfast with Santa and Book Sale
    08:30-10:30
    12.03.2016

    Breakfast with Santa and book sale

    December 3, 2016 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am
    Caestecker Public Library in Green Lake
  • Flag Burning and Christmas Tree Lighting in Hancock
    14:00-19:00
    12.03.2016
    114 South Main Street, Hancock, WI, United States

    114 South Main Street, Hancock, WI, United States

    Flag Burning and Christmas Tree Lighting in Hancock On Saturday, December 3rd, the Hancock Community will hold two special events. At 2:00pm the Hancock American Legion Post will hold a flag burning ceremony for retired flags. Anyone who has a flag that they wish to retire and have them properly disposed of may bring them to the flag retirement ceremony in the parking lot of the Hancock Public Library at 114 S Main Street or drop them off at the Hancock library during normal library hours. The second special event is the annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting. The Community tree is located on the Grounds of the Library. The lighting of the tree will take Place at 5:00 pm. There will be Caroling and hot chocolate and cookies for those attending.

  • Omro Chamber Ugly Sweater Walk
    16:00-17:00
    12.03.2016

    December 3, 4pm (Before Holiday Parade)

    Sport your ugly sweater during a walk before the Holiday Parade.  The walk begins at Miller Park and ends at City Hall with a hot cocoa stop, compliments of the Omro Pharmacy.

    No Scrooges allowed! Cost $5 + Non-perishable Food, Kids 5 & Under Free.

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

  • Omro Holiday Parade
    17:00-19:00
    12.03.2016

    Holiday Parade

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    Saturday, December 3rd, 2016
    5 pm (Line Up 4:30 pm)
    Location:   Downtown Main Street
    Theme:    Christmas Night of Lights
  • Neshkoro Community Chorus Christmas Concert
    17:15-20:00
    12.03.2016

    Saturday, December 3rd , Neshkoro Community Chorus Christmas Concert. Join the Neshkoro Community Chorus for their amazing Christmas Concert at St. James Place in Neshkoro at 5:15pm. Stick around because after the concert they will have cookies and coffee available along with Christmas cookies for purchase.

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    • Ripon's 26th Annual Dickens of a Christmas
      08:00-23:59
      12.03.2016

    • Breakfast with Santa and Book Sale
      08:30-10:30
      12.03.2016

      Breakfast with Santa and book sale

      December 3, 2016 @ 8:30 am – 10:30 am
      Caestecker Public Library in Green Lake
    • Flag Burning and Christmas Tree Lighting in Hancock
      14:00-19:00
      12.03.2016
      114 South Main Street, Hancock, WI, United States
      114 South Main Street, Hancock, WI, United States

      Flag Burning and Christmas Tree Lighting in Hancock On Saturday, December 3rd, the Hancock Community will hold two special events. At 2:00pm the Hancock American Legion Post will hold a flag burning ceremony for retired flags. Anyone who has a flag that they wish to retire and have them properly disposed of may bring them to the flag retirement ceremony in the parking lot of the Hancock Public Library at 114 S Main Street or drop them off at the Hancock library during normal library hours. The second special event is the annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting. The Community tree is located on the Grounds of the Library. The lighting of the tree will take Place at 5:00 pm. There will be Caroling and hot chocolate and cookies for those attending.

    • Omro Chamber Ugly Sweater Walk
      16:00-17:00
      12.03.2016

      December 3, 4pm (Before Holiday Parade)

      Sport your ugly sweater during a walk before the Holiday Parade.  The walk begins at Miller Park and ends at City Hall with a hot cocoa stop, compliments of the Omro Pharmacy.

      No Scrooges allowed! Cost $5 + Non-perishable Food, Kids 5 & Under Free.

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

    • Omro Holiday Parade
      17:00-19:00
      12.03.2016

      Holiday Parade

      Picture

      Saturday, December 3rd, 2016
      5 pm (Line Up 4:30 pm)
      Location:   Downtown Main Street
      Theme:    Christmas Night of Lights
    • Neshkoro Community Chorus Christmas Concert
      17:15-20:00
      12.03.2016

      Saturday, December 3rd , Neshkoro Community Chorus Christmas Concert. Join the Neshkoro Community Chorus for their amazing Christmas Concert at St. James Place in Neshkoro at 5:15pm. Stick around because after the concert they will have cookies and coffee available along with Christmas cookies for purchase.

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  • Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary Bake Sale
    09:00-11:00
    12.06.2016

    The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary is getting into the holiday spirit with homemade baked goods during a special sale starting at 9 a.m. (until sold out) in the Ripon Medical Center Atrium on Tuesday, December 6.

    Proceeds will go toward scholarships for area students interested in pursuing healthcare careers and to support the patients and services of Ripon Medical Center.

    The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary is also now conducting its Lights of Love raffle, which features a variety of prize packages consisting of items, gift certificates and cash donated by area businesses with package values of at least $350 each.

    Raffle tickets are $5 each, three for $10, or 10 for $20. They are available for sale at the Ripon Medical Center information desk and gift shop. The winning entries will be drawn at the tree lighting ceremony, which is scheduled at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, December 7; need not be present to win.

    Proceeds from this year’s project will support the development of a wellness walkway on the Ripon Medical Center campus. This will create another healing space at the hospital where visitors can enjoy nature, clear their mind, exercise, eat lunch, meet friends or take a break.

    For more information about the sales or volunteer programs, call Karen Gross, Ripon Medical Center volunteer coordinator, at (920) 745-3670.

  • Ripon Chamber’s December Business Connection
    17:00-19:00
    12.06.2016
    333 Blackburn St, Ripon, WI, United States

    333 Blackburn St, Ripon, WI, United States

    December 6th , 5p-7p, held at BMO Harris Bank Holiday Connection

    333 Blackburn St, Ripon

  • Fox Valley Tech CPR & CPR Renewal Class
    17:00-21:30
    12.06.2016

    Tuesday, December 6th, Fox Valley Tech CPR Class. Fox Valley will be providing a CPR Course on Tuesday, December 6th at the Wild Rose Community Hospital. The class will be held from 5-9:30pm and will $26.84. To register, you can contact FVTC at 920-787- 3319.

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  • Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary kicks off 2016 ‘Lights of Love’ program
    18:00-20:00
    12.07.2016
    845 Parkside Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    845 Parkside Street, Ripon, WI, United States

    The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary, Inc. has festivities in motion for its 29th annual “Lights of Love” program, a living memorial or tribute to friends, relatives or dedicated citizens of the community.

    A special lighting ceremony, which is open to the public, is scheduled at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, December 7 at Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street. The public is invited to a brief program with holiday carols sung by a choir followed by the Lights of Love raffle drawing. Refreshments will be served.

    A blue spruce tree at Ripon Medical Center – off the Journeys Commons – will display both white and colored lights, representing memorial and honorary remembrances respectively.

    “Please join us for this celebratory evening,” according to Jackie Halverson, Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary president. “It’s a touching time, knowing we are honoring and remembering loved ones through cheerful lights, words and music. It’s a time of reflection and joy and, for many of us, it represents the love for all during the Christmas season.”

    The lights are available for a suggested donation of $5 per designation, and proceeds from this year’s project will used to support the development of a wellness walkway on the Ripon Medical Center campus. This will create another healing space at the hospital where visitors can enjoy nature, clear their mind, exercise, eat lunch, meet friends or take a break.

    Lights of Love brochures, including donation forms, as well as acknowledgement cards, are available to share with friends and neighbors at the Ripon Medical Center Information Desk and Gift Shop.

    The Lights of Love project also includes a raffle, which features a variety of gift baskets filled with items and gift certificates donated by area businesses with an average basket value of at least $350 each. Tickets are $5 each, three for $10, or 10 for $20. Tickets are available at the hospital’s information desk and gift shop.

    Baskets are available for viewing in Ripon Medical Center Journeys Commons near the water wall. The winning entries will be drawn at the tree lighting ceremony; need not be present to win.

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

  • Montello’s Lessons & Carols
    18:30-19:30
    12.07.2016

    • Lessons and Carols – Wednesday, December 7th at 6:30 pm at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Montello
    • Christmas Concert with scripture readings
    • Features the choirs from St. John the Baptist (Montello) and Good Shepherd (Westfield) churches.
    • Completely free event and everyone is invited and welcome.
    • Huge reception follows the presentation.
    • It’s a great way to jump into the Christmas season.

     

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  • The Nutman is coming to Ripon Medical Center
    09:00-15:00
    12.08.2016

    The public is invited to attend a candy and nut sale by The Nutman Company, sponsored by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary, on Thursday, December 8. This event is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by the Ripon Medical Center Atrium by the gift shop.

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

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

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

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  • Bake Sale at Courthouse in Wautoma
    10:00-14:00
    12.15.2016
    209 Ste Marie Street South, Wautoma, WI, United States

    209 Ste Marie Street South, Wautoma, WI, United States

  • December Business After Five
    17:00-19:00
    12.15.2016
    686 Broadway St, Berlin, WI, United States

    686 Broadway St, Berlin, WI, United States

    December Business After Five Join us on Thursday, December 15th for our monthly Business After Five at Mobile Life Verizon Wireless in Berlin in conjunction with the Berlin Chamber of Commerce beginning at 5:00pm. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about what they do, see their facilities, and network with your Chamber friends and cross network with the Berlin Members. 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 will be held at Mobile Life Verizon Wireless which is located at 686 Broadway St. in Berlin, WI 54923. If you have any questions, feel free to call 920-787-3488.

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  • Indoor Fall Market at Town Square in Green Lake
    09:00-12:00
    12.17.2016

    December 17, 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.

     

  • Green Lake County Angel Tree Fundraiser
    12:00-14:00
    12.17.2016
    861 County Rd F, Berlin, WI, United States

    861 County Rd F, Berlin, WI, United States

    Live 2-hour radio broadcast at Wal*Mart in Berlin from Noon-2 p.m. with Todd Michaels from “The Bug”.

    Bring in a new, unwrapped toy or a $5 donation to get you name entered in a drawing for a $50 Wal*Mart gift card.

    100% of the proceeds go to the Angel Tree Fundraiser.

    Help make this holiday season brighter for area children in Green Lake County.

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  • Berlin Kiwanis Christmas Dinner
    12:00-14:00
    12.25.2016
    259 E Marquette St, Berlin, WI, United States

    259 E Marquette St, Berlin, WI, United States

    Christmas Day at Clay Lamberton School at noon.

    Contact Julie at 361-2100 (days).

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  • Town Square’s Kid’s Winter Camp
    09:00-12:00
    12.26.2016
    492 Hill St, Green Lake, WI, United States

    492 Hill St, Green Lake, WI, United States

    December 26, 2016 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Town Square
    492 Hill St
    Green Lake, WI 54941
    Cost: 30.00
    Contact: Christine Murphy
    9208070008

    Winter break is even more fun for the kids when they get to attend Town Square’s Winter Camp. Camp dates are Monday, December 26th through Wednesday, December 28th from 9:00 am to noon each day. This camp has been designed to incorporate: hands on cooking, guided art lessons and wellness classes. Each day, kids rotate to three different instructors every hour to engage in something new and exciting. That’s 9 different classes over the course of 3 days!

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