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  • 01
    01.April.Saturday

    08:00-14:00
    04.01.2017
    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!

  • 01
    01.April.Saturday

    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!

  • 01
    01.April.Saturday

    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.
  • 01
    01.April.Saturday

    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.
  • 03
    03.April.Monday

    17:30-18:30
    04.03.2017
    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.