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  • FREE Skin Cancer Screening in Wautoma
    08:00-14:00
    04.01.2017
    200-298 W Park St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA

    200-298 W Park St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA

    Saturday, April 1st 8:00am – 2:00pm

    Waushara County Health Department 230 W. Park St., Wautoma, WI 54982

    Click on link for more info…..Sunburn Skin Cancer Screen Poster 2017

    Waushara County Health Department, in partnership with Agnesian Healthcare, is providing FREE skin cancer screenings for the community. Screenings only take 10 minutes. You must make an appointment! Call to schedule your FREE screening! All community members are welcome. 920-787-6590 Sunburn easily? Get screened!

  • Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day in Wautoma
    08:30-12:30
    04.01.2017

    Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day Waushara County’s largest free family fun and resource fair, Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day will be held on Saturday, April 1st from 8:30am-12:30pm at Parkside School, 16th Avenue – Wautoma. The event offers information for parents, hands-on activities for kids and loads of family fun. It has been a local tradition since 1992. Helping celebrate twenty-five years of Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day in Waushara County, children’s recording artist, Tom Pease, will take to the stage at 10am for a concert filled with song, movement and laughter. Tom is a Wisconsin favorite, “Tom Pease is one of the finest children’s performers I have ever had perform at our library. His energy and humor draw in listeners of all ages, children and adults alike. Tom’s repertoire includes his own compositions, folk classics and a variety of multicultural songs. His song topics span the gamut from silly songs like “Bellybutton” to the touching, like his wonderful “Love Grows”. Tom likes to include motions, sign language and Spanish into his shows, which has everyone’s brain working in multiple ways.” The concert is sponsored by the Wautoma Area Kiwanis. In addition to wiggly, giggly concert fun children might enjoy some time with the huggable, snuggable, scaly and slippery animals that will be on hand to teach and explore. Such adventures will be provided by Havens Petting Farm and Natures Niche. Havens Petting Farm, sponsored by the Healthy Communities Healthy Youth initiative, features adorable farm animals. Their petting zoo will include bunnies, chicks, lambs, ducks, goats, a calf, alpaca, mini pot pig and even a mini horse. Natures Niche, LLC sponsored by The Cupboard, features animals native to the rainforest. This live animal exhibit has been featured at the Green Bay Pet Expo and offers creature teachers to see and touch!

  • Wautoma Kiwanis Fun Run/Walk for Autism
    13:00-17:00
    04.01.2017

    Click on link for more info…..2017 Autism Business Flyer
    Have you reserved your spot in the first annual Wautoma Kiwanis Fun Run/Walk for Autism scheduled 1:00 pm on April 1st?  It immediately follows the annual Blue Ribbon Kids Day and is a great way to get in a run before the Jailbreak Marathon.
    Both 1 mile and 5K routes are available to walk/run, mutually starting and ending at Parkside Middle School.  T-shirts are available for participants who preregister.
    Let’s equip local children on the spectrum with iPads and unique software for their immediate needs of speech, socialization, calmness, and more.  Cash donations are also welcome.  Thank you in advance.
  • Ripon Middle School’s “Anything Goes” Musical
    14:00-17:00
    04.01.2017

    The Ripon Middle School takes to the open seas as they proudly present the musical, “Anything Goes”; Thursday, March 30th and Friday, March 31st at 7pm and Saturday, April 1st at 2pm.With music arranged by timeless jazz composer Cole Porter; “Anything Goes” centers on New York junior stock broker Billy Crocker; who has learned the love of his life, debutante Hope Harcourt, is sailing onthe SS American to London, where she plans to marry another man, the well to-do Englishman, Lord Evelyn Oakleigh.  In a bid to win over Hope’s affections Billy stows away aboard the ship with the aid of his friend,renowned singer Reno Sweeney, and the unexpected ally, Moonface Martin - public Enemy 13 - who’s also on board hiding from authorities disguised as a minister.Audience members can expect to enjoy such toe-tappers as “You’re the Tops,” “De-lovely,” and the titular, “Anything goes.”This year’s middle school performance is a one-act, young performers production and is expected to last about an hour.  Tickets are $1 per student, $3 per adult. The performances will be held in the Ripon HighSchool auditorium, 850 Tiger Dr., in Ripon.  The auditorium will open to the audience starting at 6:30pm for each of the two evening performances Thursday and Friday, and at 1:30pm for the 2pm matinee on Saturday.This production has been properly licensed by the show publishers, Tams-Whitmark.
  • More events
    • FREE Skin Cancer Screening in Wautoma
      08:00-14:00
      04.01.2017
      200-298 W Park St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA
      200-298 W Park St, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA

      Saturday, April 1st 8:00am – 2:00pm

      Waushara County Health Department 230 W. Park St., Wautoma, WI 54982

      Click on link for more info…..Sunburn Skin Cancer Screen Poster 2017

      Waushara County Health Department, in partnership with Agnesian Healthcare, is providing FREE skin cancer screenings for the community. Screenings only take 10 minutes. You must make an appointment! Call to schedule your FREE screening! All community members are welcome. 920-787-6590 Sunburn easily? Get screened!

    • Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day in Wautoma
      08:30-12:30
      04.01.2017

      Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day Waushara County’s largest free family fun and resource fair, Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day will be held on Saturday, April 1st from 8:30am-12:30pm at Parkside School, 16th Avenue – Wautoma. The event offers information for parents, hands-on activities for kids and loads of family fun. It has been a local tradition since 1992. Helping celebrate twenty-five years of Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day in Waushara County, children’s recording artist, Tom Pease, will take to the stage at 10am for a concert filled with song, movement and laughter. Tom is a Wisconsin favorite, “Tom Pease is one of the finest children’s performers I have ever had perform at our library. His energy and humor draw in listeners of all ages, children and adults alike. Tom’s repertoire includes his own compositions, folk classics and a variety of multicultural songs. His song topics span the gamut from silly songs like “Bellybutton” to the touching, like his wonderful “Love Grows”. Tom likes to include motions, sign language and Spanish into his shows, which has everyone’s brain working in multiple ways.” The concert is sponsored by the Wautoma Area Kiwanis. In addition to wiggly, giggly concert fun children might enjoy some time with the huggable, snuggable, scaly and slippery animals that will be on hand to teach and explore. Such adventures will be provided by Havens Petting Farm and Natures Niche. Havens Petting Farm, sponsored by the Healthy Communities Healthy Youth initiative, features adorable farm animals. Their petting zoo will include bunnies, chicks, lambs, ducks, goats, a calf, alpaca, mini pot pig and even a mini horse. Natures Niche, LLC sponsored by The Cupboard, features animals native to the rainforest. This live animal exhibit has been featured at the Green Bay Pet Expo and offers creature teachers to see and touch!

    • Wautoma Kiwanis Fun Run/Walk for Autism
      13:00-17:00
      04.01.2017
      Click on link for more info…..2017 Autism Business Flyer
      Have you reserved your spot in the first annual Wautoma Kiwanis Fun Run/Walk for Autism scheduled 1:00 pm on April 1st?  It immediately follows the annual Blue Ribbon Kids Day and is a great way to get in a run before the Jailbreak Marathon.
      Both 1 mile and 5K routes are available to walk/run, mutually starting and ending at Parkside Middle School.  T-shirts are available for participants who preregister.
      Let’s equip local children on the spectrum with iPads and unique software for their immediate needs of speech, socialization, calmness, and more.  Cash donations are also welcome.  Thank you in advance.
    • Ripon Middle School's "Anything Goes" Musical
      14:00-17:00
      04.01.2017
      The Ripon Middle School takes to the open seas as they proudly present the musical, “Anything Goes”; Thursday, March 30th and Friday, March 31st at 7pm and Saturday, April 1st at 2pm.With music arranged by timeless jazz composer Cole Porter; “Anything Goes” centers on New York junior stock broker Billy Crocker; who has learned the love of his life, debutante Hope Harcourt, is sailing onthe SS American to London, where she plans to marry another man, the well to-do Englishman, Lord Evelyn Oakleigh.  In a bid to win over Hope’s affections Billy stows away aboard the ship with the aid of his friend,renowned singer Reno Sweeney, and the unexpected ally, Moonface Martin - public Enemy 13 - who’s also on board hiding from authorities disguised as a minister.Audience members can expect to enjoy such toe-tappers as “You’re the Tops,” “De-lovely,” and the titular, “Anything goes.”This year’s middle school performance is a one-act, young performers production and is expected to last about an hour.  Tickets are $1 per student, $3 per adult. The performances will be held in the Ripon HighSchool auditorium, 850 Tiger Dr., in Ripon.  The auditorium will open to the audience starting at 6:30pm for each of the two evening performances Thursday and Friday, and at 1:30pm for the 2pm matinee on Saturday.This production has been properly licensed by the show publishers, Tams-Whitmark.
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  • Ripon Medical Center offers ‘Gentle Yoga’
    17:30-18:30
    04.03.2017
    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

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

    “Gentle Yoga” is scheduled from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays, April 3, 17 & 24 in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon. Individuals should bring a yoga mat and throw blanket to each class.

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

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  • Join All Saints Parish for “Living Stations”
    14:15-15:15
    04.07.2017
    125-155 S Grove St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    125-155 S Grove St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    The youth of All Saints Parish will portray Christ’s path to Calvary through the Stations of the Cross.

    Fri., April 7 at 2:15p at All Saints Catholic School, 151 S. Grove St., Berlin

    Need not be Catholic to experience the power of this traditional devotion.  EVERYONE WELCOME

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  • Telling Your story Writing Workshop at Patterson Library
    09:00-12:00
    04.08.2017
    544-598 Division St, Wild Rose, WI 54984, USA

    544-598 Division St, Wild Rose, WI 54984, USA

    Click on link for more info…..Telling Your Story(1)

  • Easter Egg Hunt in Wautoma
    13:00-14:00
    04.08.2017

    Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, April 8th at 1:00 PM, at Grace United Methodist Church in Wautoma for children ages 1-12. Please bring a basket for collecting eggs. Prizes awarded! The church is located at N2133 Southgate Terrace (near the Senior Center off Hwy. 22.) Public is welcome.
  • National Wild Turkey Federation Gun Night
    15:00-22:00
    04.08.2017

    Saturday, April 8 th , NWTF Oakwood Gun Night. Oakwood will be hosting the National Wild Turkey Federation Gun Night on Saturday, April 8th beginning at 3pm. Sponsored by Malchow’s Sport Shop, this will be an evening you won’t want to miss and only a limited amount of tickets will be sold. They cost of a single ticket is $100 or get an 8 person gun table for $1,000. Call Kris Malchow at 715-256-0196 to get your tickets today.

  • Foundation for Ripon Medical Center to host Denim & Pearls April 8
    18:00-22:00
    04.08.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    The Foundation for Ripon Medical Center is hosting its annual Denim & Pearls fund-raiser on Saturday, April 8 at Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street, in the hospital’s Atrium.

    The event begins at 6 p.m. Participants are invited to wear their favorite denim and pearls, and come to enjoy a fun, relaxing evening with music, delicious food and many opportunities to support this great event. Tickets are $40 each.

    Denim & Pearls will also feature a silent auction with many items, including a sunset cruise on Big Green Lake, club level seats for a Milwaukee Brewers game, complete auto detailing, golf packages, and box seat tickets to a Fond du Lac Dock Spiders game.

    Participants will enjoy handcrafted artisan beer from Knuth Brewing Company, and wine from Vines & Rushes Winery. Jazz Vocalist Ron Williams will provide entertainment.

    Proceeds will help support women’s breast health services at Ripon Medical Center through the purchase of a Neoprobe Gamma Detection System. This system helps physicians more precisely target affected breast tissue during a minimally-invasive surgical procedure to remove cancerous tissue. The end result is a quicker recovery time and the removal of less breast tissue.

    Sponsors (as of March 27) include: Alliance Laundry Systems, Drs. Karl Bertram and Maria Crowe, Butzin-Marchant Funeral Home, Dear Prudence, Diedrich Jewelers, Hillside Dental, J.F. Ahern Co., Dr. Zach and Julia Messitte, Ripon Drug, Ripon Medical Center Anesthesia Services, Shea Electric & Communications, LLC, Dr. Steven and Nancy Sheppard, and Silver Creek Dentistry.

    For more information on sponsorship opportunities or for tickets to attend, visit agnesian.com/denimpearls or call (920) 926-4959.

  • More events
    • Telling Your story Writing Workshop at Patterson Library
      09:00-12:00
      04.08.2017
      544-598 Division St, Wild Rose, WI 54984, USA
      544-598 Division St, Wild Rose, WI 54984, USA

      Click on link for more info…..Telling Your Story(1)

    • Easter Egg Hunt in Wautoma
      13:00-14:00
      04.08.2017
      Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, April 8th at 1:00 PM, at Grace United Methodist Church in Wautoma for children ages 1-12. Please bring a basket for collecting eggs. Prizes awarded! The church is located at N2133 Southgate Terrace (near the Senior Center off Hwy. 22.) Public is welcome.
    • National Wild Turkey Federation Gun Night
      15:00-22:00
      04.08.2017

      Saturday, April 8 th , NWTF Oakwood Gun Night. Oakwood will be hosting the National Wild Turkey Federation Gun Night on Saturday, April 8th beginning at 3pm. Sponsored by Malchow’s Sport Shop, this will be an evening you won’t want to miss and only a limited amount of tickets will be sold. They cost of a single ticket is $100 or get an 8 person gun table for $1,000. Call Kris Malchow at 715-256-0196 to get your tickets today.

    • Foundation for Ripon Medical Center to host Denim & Pearls April 8
      18:00-22:00
      04.08.2017
      835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA
      835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

      The Foundation for Ripon Medical Center is hosting its annual Denim & Pearls fund-raiser on Saturday, April 8 at Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street, in the hospital’s Atrium.

      The event begins at 6 p.m. Participants are invited to wear their favorite denim and pearls, and come to enjoy a fun, relaxing evening with music, delicious food and many opportunities to support this great event. Tickets are $40 each.

      Denim & Pearls will also feature a silent auction with many items, including a sunset cruise on Big Green Lake, club level seats for a Milwaukee Brewers game, complete auto detailing, golf packages, and box seat tickets to a Fond du Lac Dock Spiders game.

      Participants will enjoy handcrafted artisan beer from Knuth Brewing Company, and wine from Vines & Rushes Winery. Jazz Vocalist Ron Williams will provide entertainment.

      Proceeds will help support women’s breast health services at Ripon Medical Center through the purchase of a Neoprobe Gamma Detection System. This system helps physicians more precisely target affected breast tissue during a minimally-invasive surgical procedure to remove cancerous tissue. The end result is a quicker recovery time and the removal of less breast tissue.

      Sponsors (as of March 27) include: Alliance Laundry Systems, Drs. Karl Bertram and Maria Crowe, Butzin-Marchant Funeral Home, Dear Prudence, Diedrich Jewelers, Hillside Dental, J.F. Ahern Co., Dr. Zach and Julia Messitte, Ripon Drug, Ripon Medical Center Anesthesia Services, Shea Electric & Communications, LLC, Dr. Steven and Nancy Sheppard, and Silver Creek Dentistry.

      For more information on sponsorship opportunities or for tickets to attend, visit agnesian.com/denimpearls or call (920) 926-4959.

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  • Wild Rose Kiwanis Spring Concert
    14:00-17:00
    04.09.2017

    Sunday, April 9th, Wild Rose Kiwanis Spring Concert. The Wild Rose Kiwanis will present their spring concert, “Those Were the Days.” This concert will capture the spirit and songs of the 1960’s starring William Florian, New Christy Minstrels lead singer in 1977. The concert will begin at 2:00pm and will be held at Wild Rose High School Auditorium. To see performer videos or order tickets online, visit www.wildrosekiwanis.org. Tickets will also be sold at the Wild Rose Library, Waushara Argus and Office Outfitters.

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  • RMC Auxiliary Sets Uniform, Linen Sale Date
    07:00-15:30
    04.10.2017

     

    The public is invited to attend a PRN Uniform and 40 Winks linen sale, sponsored by the Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Monday, April 10 in the hospital’s Green Lake Room.

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

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

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

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

    Proceeds benefit Ripon Medical Center programs and services.

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

  • Volunteer Management Webinar Series
    11:00-12:00
    04.10.2017

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  • Green Lake’s Easter Egg Hunt
    11:00-11:45
    04.15.2017

    April 15, 2017 | 11:00 am – 11:45 am | Deacon Mills Park

    Sponsored by the Green Lake Rotary Club, the Easter Egg Hunt takes place in Deacon Mills Park located in downtown Green Lake.  The hunt is fun for all ages, and is a great time to run into local neighbors and friends who are celebrating with their families.

     

  • 32nd Annual Wautoma Rotary Auction
    12:00-14:00
    04.15.2017

    Click on link for poster….2017 Wautoma Rotary Radio Auction ad1 (2)
    The 32nd Annual Wautoma Rotary Auction has been changed.  It is now scheduled for Saturday, April 15th from Noon-2 P.M.
    Listen to Johnny Ray and Peder live on WRPN Radio (AM 1600) or at www.am1600radio.com
    The call in number is 920-787-0744
     
    Most of the items up for bid were listed in last weekend’s Resorter.  We have received a few more items and the final list will be in the April 13th Argus.
    You may also visit www.wautomarotary.com or the Wautoma Rotary Facebook page to see pictures of our physical items.
     
    Please consider listening in and bidding on some tremendous items from our wonderful local businesses and donors, including:
    A Stand Up Paddle Board
    Several Sets of Brewer tickets
    A Cubs gameday package
    A Burglar Alarm System
    Cocktail cruise on Silver Lake with dinner at Silvercryst
    Several overnight hotel stays in Hot Tub suites
    Golf Packages
    Lots of local gift cards.  Do you like Christinanos?  We have lots of Gift Cards available.
    And more to come…
     
    If you plan on bidding often call Peder @ 920-570-2872 to be set up as an Express Bidder.  You must set this up before the day of the auction.
     
    Each year we have tremendous local support for donated items, but we also need you to call in and bid on some of these wonderful items!
     
    Our local Wautoma Rotary club serves youth and community!
     
    All funds received from the auction go back into our local community by supporting scholarships and numerous local events like: the Blue Ribbon Kids Day, Community Christmas Project, Wautoma Library, Post Prom gathering, McComb/Bruchs shows, Scouting, the Christmas Project and so much more.
     
    Please Donate, Listen, Bid, and support our largest fundraiser.
     
    Thank you for your support!
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  • Ripon Medical Center offers ‘Gentle Yoga’
    17:30-18:30
    04.17.2017
    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

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

    “Gentle Yoga” is scheduled from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays, April 3, 17 & 24 in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon. Individuals should bring a yoga mat and throw blanket to each class.

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

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  • Seminar-Workplace Threat Assessment
    07:45-09:15
    04.20.2017
    120 Jackson St, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA

    120 Jackson St, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA

    Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce

    April 20th, 7:45a.m.-9:15a.m., 120 Jackson Street, Oshkosh

    Workplace Threat Assessment Seminar

     

    How would you react if someone came in to your business and threatened your staff or started shooting? Do you know how to find cover while protecting yourself and the people you work with?   Homeland Security has come up with the training to help you through this situation; to be prepared if it happens to you.  And by the way, NO ONE thinks it will happen to them. In this class we will cover:

    • How to be ready BEFORE there is an incident
    • Workplace security and assessment
    • Situational Awareness: how to pay attention to your surroundings while not appearing to be paying attention
    • Staying calm under pressure
    • Learn how to work together
    • Know the best ways to keep alive and safe
    • What to tell the 911 operator
    • What to do when law enforcement arrives

    Learn crucial tactics to keep yourself safe in your everyday life and at your workplace.

    Presented by Betsy Wandtke, Owner, Warrior Princess Training Academy

    About Warrior Princess Training Academy

    Teaching women (and men) how to protect themselves, their loved ones and their coworkers. Our instructors are NRA certified and USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) affiliate instructors.

    Open registration until Apr 20, 2017

    Event Pricing:

    Member Price: $30.00

    Non-member Price: $30.00

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  • Wautoma’s Cancer Care & Share Group
    18:00-21:00
    04.23.2017

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

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  • Ripon Medical Center offers ‘Gentle Yoga’
    17:30-18:30
    04.24.2017
    Cannot determine address at this location.

    Cannot determine address at this location.

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

    “Gentle Yoga” is scheduled from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays, April 3, 17 & 24 in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon. Individuals should bring a yoga mat and throw blanket to each class.

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

  • Business & Brews in Omro
    17:30-19:30
    04.24.2017

    Come join us for our annual meeting at 5:30pm on Monday, April 24th at 1st National Bank. Afterwards, enjoy socializing @ Future Omro’s Business & Brews a Business After Hours event that will last until approximately 7:30pm. Beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served compliments of 1st National Bank & OADC.

    Please RSVP by calling (920) 685-6960 or emailing lkromm@omro-wi.com on or before Monday, April 10th.

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  • Restore 109 in Omro
    08:00-16:00
    04.28.2017
    109 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    109 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    On Friday, April 28 from 8am-4pm we invite you to help clean-up 109 E. Main Street, the former Omro Pharmacy. In order to get the building prepared for the Omro Downtown Open House event on May 13 and sold or leased, we need to improve its’ curb appeal both inside and out. The project involves painting parts of the old wooden facade on the exterior and doing some cleaning inside. What we need from you are your time and your muscles. Contact Dana with Future Omro at dracine@omro-wi.com or call 685-7005 if you are interested in helping with this effort. Together we are making a difference in Omro!
  • Murder Mystery Dinner in Oshkosh
    17:00-22:00
    04.28.2017

    "BORDELLO OF THE DAMNED" ON FRIDAY APRIL 28THTHE FRIENDS OF OSHKOSH SENIOR CENTER PRESENTS THE DINNER THEATER AND PROCEEDS BENNIFIT THE CENTER. ENJOY A NIGHT OUT WITH FRIENDS KNOWING YOU ARE HELPING TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE OSHKOSH SENIOR CENTER. THE FRIENDS GROUP IS THE SENIORS CENTERS LARGEST DONOR, PLEASE SUPPORT THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS AS MUCH AS YOU CAN.. THEY ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS OR DONATIONS...COST TO ATTEND : 50.00 PER PERSONFRIDAY APRIL 28TH AT: OSHKOSH CONVENTION CENTERDOORS OPEN AT 5PM6PM WILL BE DINNER THEATER$50.00 TO ATTEND INCLUDES :DINNER AND A LIVE MURDER MYSTERY THEATER SHOW..PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE OSHKOSH SENIOR CENTER!LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE...
  • Birds and Brews
    17:30-19:30
    04.28.2017

    April 28, 2017 | 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm | Town Square in Green Lake
    Join bird enthusiasts in the Town Square lobby for a birdwatcher’s social. Whether you are curious about birdwatching, just a beginner, or already skilled – join in the fun! Enjoy a variety of “brews” (root beer included) and discussion about birds and nature. Learn about the Green Lake Bird and Nature Club and meet some of the members. Also on display are a number of fine paintings by professional bird illustrator/artist, Thomas Schultz, featuring his favorite subject – BIRDS!
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  • Waushara County Crime Stoppers’ 9th Annual Jail Break Marathon
    All day
    04.29.2017

    Waushara County Crime Stoppers will be hosting the 9th Annual Jail Break Marathon on April 29, 2017.

    This family event will be held at the Waushara County Fairgrounds.

    In addition to the Marathon there will also be a half marathon, a 5K Fun Run/Walk, and a 1 mile Kids Run.

  • The Green Lake Bird Festival
    06:00-13:00
    04.29.2017

    April 29, 2017 | 6:00 am – 1:00 pm | Various Locations in Green Lake
    A day to celebrate birds and bird watching. Start your day with a bird watching hike 6:00 – 8:30 am at Sunnyside Conservancy. The hike will be led by Tom & Wendy Schultz and Jon Roti Roti. Reconvene in the Town Square Lobby at 8:45 am for a breakfast social and recap of the morning bird walk.  After breakfast is over, stick around for some lovely presentations about the art of birdwatching.  The day ends around 1:00 pm where at Caestecker Public Library for a presentation regarding attracting birds to your yard with native plants.  For more information, please go here….http://www.visitgreenlake.com/blog/event/the-green-lake-bird-festival/?instance_id=1689
  • 4th Annual Spring Fling Sale at Wild Rose Manor
    09:00-15:00
    04.29.2017

    Start cleaning out those closets, cupboards, and garages for Wild Rose Manor’s 4th Annual Spring Fling rummage sale Saturday, April 29th from 9am-3pm and Sunday, April 30th, 9am- 1:00pm. They will not be collecting clothes this year and there is no need to price your items, they will price them for you. Please drop off items at Wild Rose Manor at 425 Summit St. in Wild Rose starting April 21st- April 28th. If you have any questions, please call Donna Krempleski, activity director, at 920-622-4342.

  • Waushara County Prescription Drug Take Back Day
    10:00-13:00
    04.29.2017

    The County of Waushara, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will hold a Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 29 at the Redgranite Fire Department from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM. This effort will continue to bring focus to the issue prescription painkiller abuse in Wisconsin. Drug Take Back Day provides a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the community about the potential abuse and consequences of improper storage and disposal of these medications. Unused or expired medicine should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all of them and trace amounts of pharmaceuticals are showing up in rivers and lakes. GUIDELINES: All waste pharmaceuticals must be generated by a household – no businesses are allowed. Bring: Prescription (controlled and non-controlled) and over-the-counter medications, ointments, patches, inhalers, non-aerosol sprays, creams, vials and pet medications. Do Not Bring: Illegal drugs, needles/sharps, acids, aerosol cans, bio-hazardous materials (anything containing a bodily fluid or blood), personal care products (shampoo, soaps, lotions, sunscreens), household hazardous waste (paint, pesticides, oil, gas), mercury thermometers. Participants may dispose of solid, non-liquid medication(s) by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into a disposal box or into a clear sealable plastic bag. Plastic pill containers should not be collected. Blister packages without the medications being removed are acceptable. Liquids will be accepted during this initiative. However, the liquids, creams and sprays must be in their original packaging and their weight evenly distributed within the boxes of collected solid prescription medications. Liquids without the original packaging will not be accepted. Illicit substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine are not a part of this initiative and should not be placed in collection containers.

  • Butterfly Effect Event at Tractor Supply in Berlin
    10:00-16:00
    04.29.2017

    Butterfly Effect Event at Tractor Supply in Berlin

    Sat., April 29, 10a-4p.  Tons of raffle items & baskets.

    There will be a brat fry, bake sale, 75+ basket raffle and vendor fair with 37 vendors. There will also be face painting for children and the Berlin FFA is hosting a children’s pedal pull competition at 11 a.m. with registration beginning at 10:30. All of the proceeds from the event this year will be donated to Gabby’s Guardian as a Pay it Forward to two local families whose children battle nocturnal epilepsy and need service dogs.

  • Roast Pork Dinner at Emmaus Lutheran Church in Poy Sippi
    16:00-19:00
    04.29.2017
    W2185 County Road H, Poy Sippi, WI, united states

    W2185 County Road H, Poy Sippi, WI, united states

    Join Emmaus Lutheran Church, located at W2185 Cty H in Poy Sippi, for their Roast Pork Dinner on Saturday, April 29th. The menu will include roast pork, potato salad, baked beans, rolls, coleslaw, and desserts. You can have this delicious meal any time from 4-7pm or until they sell out. The funds raised from this dinner will be used for support of overseas missionaries.

  • Boy Scout Annual Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
    16:30-19:30
    04.29.2017

    ***A NEW LOCATION FOR A GREEN LAKE FAVORITE***_

    Green Lake Troop 630 will be hosting their annual “Spaghetti Supper
    & Silent Auction”, this Saturday, April 29th at the new American
    Legion, Post 306 building in Green Lake from 4:30 – 7:30.

    Same great food in an exciting new location, this annual event is a
    community favorite!

    The Boy Scouts will be serving up “all you can eat” pasta, ‘our
    secret sauce’, homemade meatballs and garlic bread. Accompaniments
    include; Cole-slaw, pickles, cookies and ice cream.

    Ticket costs for the dinner are as follows: Adults-$8.50, Seniors
    (60+)-$7.50, Children (5-12)-$6.50, Children under 5 years old are
    free with an adult ticket purchase.

    Contact your neighborhood Boy Scout for your advanced ticket
    purchase.

    100% of the money raised stays with our Troop and is used towards
    each Scout’s “Summer Camp”, “High Adventure Trip” costs
    and/or equipment needs expenses.

    Thank you for your support!

    From: Brian Sandleback, Scoutmaster

    550 Highknocker Trail, Green Lake, WI 54941

    (920)229-1588

  • GLAAS Lucky Dog CaTsino Night
    18:30-22:00
    04.29.2017

    Sat., April 29, 2017

    Royal Ridges, Ripon.  Doors open at 6:30p, gaming from 7p-10p. $20/person admission includes chips for playing, raffle tickets, door prize drawings & free hors d’ oeurvres throughout the night.  Full cash bar available all evening.

    Contact:  920-294-3042 or email:  adopt@glaas.org or web site:  www.glaas.org or on Facebook.

    Fundraiser for Green Lake Area Animal Shelter, with all proceeds to benefit homeless cats & dogs!

    Enjoy fun gaming action in a casual atmosphere with professional dealers.  Not an expert?  No problem, the dealers can teach as you play.  Not a gambler? Come to watch & enter our raffle for awesome prizes.

  • WineFeast in Oshkosh
    19:00-22:00
    04.29.2017
    2 US-45, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA

    2 US-45, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA

    WINEFEAST, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 2017, 7 - 10 p.m.Presented by FNB FOX VALLEY / NICOLET NATIONAL BANKFeaturing music from the Mike Kubicki QuartetWINEFEAST TICKETS COST: $75 per personBest Western PremierWaterfront Hotel & Convention Center2 North Main StreetOshkosh's most anticipated event of the year - WineFeast 2017! Attended by over 800 people, WineFeast gives guests the opportunity to sample fine wine from around the world, sip tantalizing brews and try tasty cuisine from area restaurants like TJ'S Harbor, La Sure's, Tamara's the Cupcake Guru, Dublin's Irish Pub and more!WINEFEAST EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:- A diverse and delicious selection of over 100 wines- A stock of domestic and imported beers, as well as non-alcoholic beverages- A menu of tasty cuisine from over a dozen area restaurants- A fun silent auction- A complimentary Riedel white wine glass***BUY WINEFEAST TICKETS NOW ONLINE!*** [3]Discounted tickets are available at FNB Fox Valley in Oshkosh and Neenah; Festival Foods in Oshkosh and Neenah; and Blue Moose Convenient Stores in Oshkosh. Discounted ticket prices are: 2 for $125 (a $25savings!) or 4 for $200 (a $100 savings!)100% OF PROCEEDS RAISED WILL DIRECTLY BENEFIT YOUTH AT THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF OSHKOSH.AUCTION ITEMS NEEDED FOR BOTH LIVE AND SILENT AUCTIONS!If you have an item you are interested in donating, please contact WineFeast Auction Coordinator Mary Johnson at WineFeastAuction@gmail.com to coordinate pick up or please drop off your item at the Boys & Girls Club, located at 501 East Parkway Avenue.THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORSPresenting Sponsor:FNB Fox Valley / Nicolet National BankCellar Select Sponsor:Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel & Convention CenterDINNER SPONSOR:CR MeyerWINE SPONSOR:Community First Credit UnionGREAT FUTURES START HERE SPONSOR:Bergstrom AutomotiveLIVE AUCTION SPONSOR:First Weber FoundationSILENT AUCTION SPONSOR:Verve, a Credit UnionMISSION MOMENT SPONSOR:MARCO Promotional ProductsGLASS SPONSOR:Associated Bank & Associated Financial GroupVenue Sponsor:Artron PropertiesENTERTAINMENT SPONSOR:Powergrid Solutions Inc.WINE RAFFLE SPONSOR:Festival FoodsRAFFLE SPONSOR:Silver Star BrandsPUB TABLE SPONSOR:Baker TillyCHAMPAGNE SPONSOR:PacurDECOR SPONSOR:Thomas BenefitsCOMMUNITY PARTNER:Pinnow Sheet MetalMULTI-MEDIA SPONSOR:Schecnk, SCGuest Experience Sponsor:Oshkosh Coil SpringMEDIA SPONSOR:103.9 WVBOPUBLICITY SPONSOR:Oshkosh NorthwesternBEER SPONSOR:Lee BeverageSALUTE THE KIDS SPONSORS: Caliber Law, Castle Pierce, S.C., OEC Graphics, and Sadoff Iron and Metal Co.DONATE TO THE CLUB NOW!VISIT THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB ONLINE AT: WWW.BGCOSH.ORG
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    • Waushara County Crime Stoppers' 9th Annual Jail Break Marathon
      All day
      04.29.2017

      Waushara County Crime Stoppers will be hosting the 9th Annual Jail Break Marathon on April 29, 2017.

      This family event will be held at the Waushara County Fairgrounds.

      In addition to the Marathon there will also be a half marathon, a 5K Fun Run/Walk, and a 1 mile Kids Run.

    • The Green Lake Bird Festival
      06:00-13:00
      04.29.2017
      April 29, 2017 | 6:00 am – 1:00 pm | Various Locations in Green Lake
      A day to celebrate birds and bird watching. Start your day with a bird watching hike 6:00 – 8:30 am at Sunnyside Conservancy. The hike will be led by Tom & Wendy Schultz and Jon Roti Roti. Reconvene in the Town Square Lobby at 8:45 am for a breakfast social and recap of the morning bird walk.  After breakfast is over, stick around for some lovely presentations about the art of birdwatching.  The day ends around 1:00 pm where at Caestecker Public Library for a presentation regarding attracting birds to your yard with native plants.  For more information, please go here….http://www.visitgreenlake.com/blog/event/the-green-lake-bird-festival/?instance_id=1689
    • 4th Annual Spring Fling Sale at Wild Rose Manor
      09:00-15:00
      04.29.2017

      Start cleaning out those closets, cupboards, and garages for Wild Rose Manor’s 4th Annual Spring Fling rummage sale Saturday, April 29th from 9am-3pm and Sunday, April 30th, 9am- 1:00pm. They will not be collecting clothes this year and there is no need to price your items, they will price them for you. Please drop off items at Wild Rose Manor at 425 Summit St. in Wild Rose starting April 21st- April 28th. If you have any questions, please call Donna Krempleski, activity director, at 920-622-4342.

    • Waushara County Prescription Drug Take Back Day
      10:00-13:00
      04.29.2017

      The County of Waushara, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will hold a Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 29 at the Redgranite Fire Department from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM. This effort will continue to bring focus to the issue prescription painkiller abuse in Wisconsin. Drug Take Back Day provides a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the community about the potential abuse and consequences of improper storage and disposal of these medications. Unused or expired medicine should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all of them and trace amounts of pharmaceuticals are showing up in rivers and lakes. GUIDELINES: All waste pharmaceuticals must be generated by a household – no businesses are allowed. Bring: Prescription (controlled and non-controlled) and over-the-counter medications, ointments, patches, inhalers, non-aerosol sprays, creams, vials and pet medications. Do Not Bring: Illegal drugs, needles/sharps, acids, aerosol cans, bio-hazardous materials (anything containing a bodily fluid or blood), personal care products (shampoo, soaps, lotions, sunscreens), household hazardous waste (paint, pesticides, oil, gas), mercury thermometers. Participants may dispose of solid, non-liquid medication(s) by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into a disposal box or into a clear sealable plastic bag. Plastic pill containers should not be collected. Blister packages without the medications being removed are acceptable. Liquids will be accepted during this initiative. However, the liquids, creams and sprays must be in their original packaging and their weight evenly distributed within the boxes of collected solid prescription medications. Liquids without the original packaging will not be accepted. Illicit substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine are not a part of this initiative and should not be placed in collection containers.

    • Butterfly Effect Event at Tractor Supply in Berlin
      10:00-16:00
      04.29.2017

      Butterfly Effect Event at Tractor Supply in Berlin

      Sat., April 29, 10a-4p.  Tons of raffle items & baskets.

      There will be a brat fry, bake sale, 75+ basket raffle and vendor fair with 37 vendors. There will also be face painting for children and the Berlin FFA is hosting a children’s pedal pull competition at 11 a.m. with registration beginning at 10:30. All of the proceeds from the event this year will be donated to Gabby’s Guardian as a Pay it Forward to two local families whose children battle nocturnal epilepsy and need service dogs.

    • Roast Pork Dinner at Emmaus Lutheran Church in Poy Sippi
      16:00-19:00
      04.29.2017
      W2185 County Road H, Poy Sippi, WI, united states
      W2185 County Road H, Poy Sippi, WI, united states

      Join Emmaus Lutheran Church, located at W2185 Cty H in Poy Sippi, for their Roast Pork Dinner on Saturday, April 29th. The menu will include roast pork, potato salad, baked beans, rolls, coleslaw, and desserts. You can have this delicious meal any time from 4-7pm or until they sell out. The funds raised from this dinner will be used for support of overseas missionaries.

    • Boy Scout Annual Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction
      16:30-19:30
      04.29.2017

      ***A NEW LOCATION FOR A GREEN LAKE FAVORITE***_

      Green Lake Troop 630 will be hosting their annual “Spaghetti Supper
      & Silent Auction”, this Saturday, April 29th at the new American
      Legion, Post 306 building in Green Lake from 4:30 – 7:30.

      Same great food in an exciting new location, this annual event is a
      community favorite!

      The Boy Scouts will be serving up “all you can eat” pasta, ‘our
      secret sauce’, homemade meatballs and garlic bread. Accompaniments
      include; Cole-slaw, pickles, cookies and ice cream.

      Ticket costs for the dinner are as follows: Adults-$8.50, Seniors
      (60+)-$7.50, Children (5-12)-$6.50, Children under 5 years old are
      free with an adult ticket purchase.

      Contact your neighborhood Boy Scout for your advanced ticket
      purchase.

      100% of the money raised stays with our Troop and is used towards
      each Scout’s “Summer Camp”, “High Adventure Trip” costs
      and/or equipment needs expenses.

      Thank you for your support!

      From: Brian Sandleback, Scoutmaster

      550 Highknocker Trail, Green Lake, WI 54941

      (920)229-1588

    • GLAAS Lucky Dog CaTsino Night
      18:30-22:00
      04.29.2017

      Sat., April 29, 2017

      Royal Ridges, Ripon.  Doors open at 6:30p, gaming from 7p-10p. $20/person admission includes chips for playing, raffle tickets, door prize drawings & free hors d’ oeurvres throughout the night.  Full cash bar available all evening.

      Contact:  920-294-3042 or email:  adopt@glaas.org or web site:  www.glaas.org or on Facebook.

      Fundraiser for Green Lake Area Animal Shelter, with all proceeds to benefit homeless cats & dogs!

      Enjoy fun gaming action in a casual atmosphere with professional dealers.  Not an expert?  No problem, the dealers can teach as you play.  Not a gambler? Come to watch & enter our raffle for awesome prizes.

    • WineFeast in Oshkosh
      19:00-22:00
      04.29.2017
      2 US-45, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA
      2 US-45, Oshkosh, WI 54901, USA
      WINEFEAST, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 2017, 7 - 10 p.m.Presented by FNB FOX VALLEY / NICOLET NATIONAL BANKFeaturing music from the Mike Kubicki QuartetWINEFEAST TICKETS COST: $75 per personBest Western PremierWaterfront Hotel & Convention Center2 North Main StreetOshkosh's most anticipated event of the year - WineFeast 2017! Attended by over 800 people, WineFeast gives guests the opportunity to sample fine wine from around the world, sip tantalizing brews and try tasty cuisine from area restaurants like TJ'S Harbor, La Sure's, Tamara's the Cupcake Guru, Dublin's Irish Pub and more!WINEFEAST EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:- A diverse and delicious selection of over 100 wines- A stock of domestic and imported beers, as well as non-alcoholic beverages- A menu of tasty cuisine from over a dozen area restaurants- A fun silent auction- A complimentary Riedel white wine glass***BUY WINEFEAST TICKETS NOW ONLINE!*** [3]Discounted tickets are available at FNB Fox Valley in Oshkosh and Neenah; Festival Foods in Oshkosh and Neenah; and Blue Moose Convenient Stores in Oshkosh. Discounted ticket prices are: 2 for $125 (a $25savings!) or 4 for $200 (a $100 savings!)100% OF PROCEEDS RAISED WILL DIRECTLY BENEFIT YOUTH AT THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF OSHKOSH.AUCTION ITEMS NEEDED FOR BOTH LIVE AND SILENT AUCTIONS!If you have an item you are interested in donating, please contact WineFeast Auction Coordinator Mary Johnson at WineFeastAuction@gmail.com to coordinate pick up or please drop off your item at the Boys & Girls Club, located at 501 East Parkway Avenue.THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SPONSORSPresenting Sponsor:FNB Fox Valley / Nicolet National BankCellar Select Sponsor:Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel & Convention CenterDINNER SPONSOR:CR MeyerWINE SPONSOR:Community First Credit UnionGREAT FUTURES START HERE SPONSOR:Bergstrom AutomotiveLIVE AUCTION SPONSOR:First Weber FoundationSILENT AUCTION SPONSOR:Verve, a Credit UnionMISSION MOMENT SPONSOR:MARCO Promotional ProductsGLASS SPONSOR:Associated Bank & Associated Financial GroupVenue Sponsor:Artron PropertiesENTERTAINMENT SPONSOR:Powergrid Solutions Inc.WINE RAFFLE SPONSOR:Festival FoodsRAFFLE SPONSOR:Silver Star BrandsPUB TABLE SPONSOR:Baker TillyCHAMPAGNE SPONSOR:PacurDECOR SPONSOR:Thomas BenefitsCOMMUNITY PARTNER:Pinnow Sheet MetalMULTI-MEDIA SPONSOR:Schecnk, SCGuest Experience Sponsor:Oshkosh Coil SpringMEDIA SPONSOR:103.9 WVBOPUBLICITY SPONSOR:Oshkosh NorthwesternBEER SPONSOR:Lee BeverageSALUTE THE KIDS SPONSORS: Caliber Law, Castle Pierce, S.C., OEC Graphics, and Sadoff Iron and Metal Co.DONATE TO THE CLUB NOW!VISIT THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB ONLINE AT: WWW.BGCOSH.ORG
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  • Oshkosh Boys & Girls Club 13th Annual Marathon
    All day
    04.30.2017

    Boys & Girls Club Beneficiary of 2017 Oshkosh Marathon

    The 13th annual Oshkosh Marathon (and Half Marathon) put on by DuTriRun and sponsored by CR Meyer will take place on April 30, 2017 and start in downtown historic Oshkosh at the Leach Amphitheater at 7 a.m. The race benefits the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh, the Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Center and the Oshkosh Area Humane Society. The Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh is currently looking for about 30 volunteers to help work as course monitors. Those interested in volunteering on behalf of the Boys & Girls Club should contact Marketing Coordinator, Katie Huebner at katieh@bgcosh.org. For further information about the Oshkosh Marathon including rules, fees, registration and more, please visit www.dutrirun.com or call 920-574-2972.

  • 4th Annual Spring Fling Sale at Wild Rose Manor
    09:00-13:00
    04.30.2017

    Start cleaning out those closets, cupboards, and garages for Wild Rose Manor’s 4th Annual Spring Fling rummage sale Saturday, April 29th from 9am-3pm and Sunday, April 30th, 9am- 1:00pm. They will not be collecting clothes this year and there is no need to price your items, they will price them for you. Please drop off items at Wild Rose Manor at 425 Summit St. in Wild Rose starting April 21st- April 28th. If you have any questions, please call Donna Krempleski, activity director, at 920-622-4342.

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