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  • Omro Citywide Clean up Week
    09:00-18:00
    05.01.2017

    Clean Up Week
    Each year the first full week of May is set-aside for City Wide Clean Up.  This year clean-up will be May 1st thru May 6th.  During this week only, Webster Landfill will be open from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday-Friday, as well as Saturday morning from 8 am until noon, for City residents to dispose of their unwanted items.  There will be no curbside pickup. Please take note of the following items which will not be accepted: Tires, batteries, oil, paint or any chemicals; white goods that contain Freon (such as, refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers); TV’s microwaves and computer items. Thank You for your cooperation.
  • Ripon Medical Center offers ‘Gentle Yoga’
    17:30-18:30
    05.01.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    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, May 1 to 22 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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  • Omro Citywide Clean up Week
    09:00-18:00
    05.02.2017

    Clean Up Week
    Each year the first full week of May is set-aside for City Wide Clean Up.  This year clean-up will be May 1st thru May 6th.  During this week only, Webster Landfill will be open from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday-Friday, as well as Saturday morning from 8 am until noon, for City residents to dispose of their unwanted items.  There will be no curbside pickup. Please take note of the following items which will not be accepted: Tires, batteries, oil, paint or any chemicals; white goods that contain Freon (such as, refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers); TV’s microwaves and computer items. Thank You for your cooperation.
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  • Omro Citywide Clean up Week
    09:00-18:00
    05.03.2017

    Clean Up Week
    Each year the first full week of May is set-aside for City Wide Clean Up.  This year clean-up will be May 1st thru May 6th.  During this week only, Webster Landfill will be open from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday-Friday, as well as Saturday morning from 8 am until noon, for City residents to dispose of their unwanted items.  There will be no curbside pickup. Please take note of the following items which will not be accepted: Tires, batteries, oil, paint or any chemicals; white goods that contain Freon (such as, refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers); TV’s microwaves and computer items. Thank You for your cooperation.
  • Ripon Medical Center to offer ‘Stretch & Balance for Older Adults’ program
    09:30-10:30
    05.03.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Stretching is an important part of an older adult’s flexibility, and helps to offset the effects of normal decline in the flexibility of joints so individuals can remain active and independent.

    Join Natasha Novak, fitness instructor, for a stretching program that incorporates breathing exercises and good posture to relax the body and relieve tension.

    “Stretch & Balance for Older Adults” is scheduled for Wednesdays, May 3 to 24 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon.

    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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  • Omro Citywide Clean up Week
    09:00-18:00
    05.04.2017

    Clean Up Week
    Each year the first full week of May is set-aside for City Wide Clean Up.  This year clean-up will be May 1st thru May 6th.  During this week only, Webster Landfill will be open from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday-Friday, as well as Saturday morning from 8 am until noon, for City residents to dispose of their unwanted items.  There will be no curbside pickup. Please take note of the following items which will not be accepted: Tires, batteries, oil, paint or any chemicals; white goods that contain Freon (such as, refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers); TV’s microwaves and computer items. Thank You for your cooperation.
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  • Omro Citywide Clean up Week
    09:00-18:00
    05.05.2017

    Clean Up Week
    Each year the first full week of May is set-aside for City Wide Clean Up.  This year clean-up will be May 1st thru May 6th.  During this week only, Webster Landfill will be open from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday-Friday, as well as Saturday morning from 8 am until noon, for City residents to dispose of their unwanted items.  There will be no curbside pickup. Please take note of the following items which will not be accepted: Tires, batteries, oil, paint or any chemicals; white goods that contain Freon (such as, refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers); TV’s microwaves and computer items. Thank You for your cooperation.
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  • Omro Citywide Clean up Week
    08:00-12:00
    05.06.2017

    Clean Up Week
    Each year the first full week of May is set-aside for City Wide Clean Up.  This year clean-up will be May 1st thru May 6th.  During this week only, Webster Landfill will be open from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday-Friday, as well as Saturday morning from 8 am until noon, for City residents to dispose of their unwanted items.  There will be no curbside pickup. Please take note of the following items which will not be accepted: Tires, batteries, oil, paint or any chemicals; white goods that contain Freon (such as, refrigerators, air conditioners or dehumidifiers); TV’s microwaves and computer items. Thank You for your cooperation.
  • Benefit for Greg “Opie” Opatik
    11:00-23:59
    05.06.2017
    101 N Main St, Fond du Lac, WI 54935, USA

    101 N Main St, Fond du Lac, WI 54935, USA

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  • Ripon Medical Center offers ‘Gentle Yoga’
    17:30-18:30
    05.08.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    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, May 1 to 22 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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  • Ripon Medical Center to offer ‘Stretch & Balance for Older Adults’ program
    09:30-10:30
    05.10.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Stretching is an important part of an older adult’s flexibility, and helps to offset the effects of normal decline in the flexibility of joints so individuals can remain active and independent.

    Join Natasha Novak, fitness instructor, for a stretching program that incorporates breathing exercises and good posture to relax the body and relieve tension.

    “Stretch & Balance for Older Adults” is scheduled for Wednesdays, May 3 to 24 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon.

    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.

     

  • Berlin High School Varsity Cheer & Stunt Team Fundraiser
    16:45-22:00
    05.10.2017

    Come out & support the Berlin High School Varsity Cheer & Stunt Team!

    It’s a “Middle of the Week Steak Fry” at City Inn, Berlin.  Wed., May 10.  Grills will be ready at 4:45p.m.

    Raffle baskets, 50-50 raffle & silent auctions.

    Tickets $20/person, includes ribeye steak or chicken breast, baked potato, salad & Texas toast.

    Tickets available from any cheerleader, 1st National Bank, Field Pharmacy, & Farmers & Merchants Bank, all in Berlin, or call Kristen at 920-229-1500.

    Wish to donate?  Contact Kristen at 920-229-1500.  100% of the proceeds benefit the BHS Varsity Cheer & Stunt Team for tumbling lessons, cheer camps, & competition fees.

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  • Downtown Open House in Berlin
    10:00-16:00
    05.13.2017

    Five historic properties are participating by providing free tours of their facilities.

    Contact:

    Lindsey  Kemnitz , Berlin Community Development, 361-5156

    Bobbie Erdmann, Berlin Area Historical Society, 361-2460

  • Downtown Open House in Omro
    10:00-16:00
    05.13.2017
    110 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    110 E Main St, Omro, WI 54963, USA

    See flyer for details…..Open House Poster Omro

    Sat., May 13, 10a-4p

    #1      515 E. Main St., H.C. Scott Park, 1911-1924: Re-dedication of the Historic Walking Tour 10 am

    #4       109 E. Main St., W.W. Race Building, 1871: See military uniforms and flags from the Historical Society and American Legion

    #5       103 E. Main St., Nathaniel Frank Building, 1881: Tour La Playita Restaurant

    #6       101-103 W. Main St., Fountain Inn Hotel, 1900-1913: See inside Alliance Insurance

    #8      111-117 W. Main St.,  I.O.O.F. Building, 1894-1912: View a unique W.P.A. parade costume collection from the Historical Society

    #11      207 W. Main St., Northwestern Hotel, 1874: Tour Tanner’s Tap & Grill

    #13      325 W. Main St., Omro Cooperative Butter & Cheese Company Creamery, 1916/1922: Tour Department of Public Work’s garage

    #14      120 W. Main St., Club Omreau Lanes Building, 1900/1950: Legends Lanes see behind the lanes

    #15      100 W. Main St., Day & Phillips Building, 1887-1892: Art Gallery

    #17       110 E. Main St., John T. Orchard Building, 1887-1892: K & M Styles Open from 10 am-12 pm

    #18      144 E. Main St., Old Omro City Hall, 1896: View Omro’s Historical Museum

    #19      160 E. Main St., Omro Masonic Temple, 1892: Take in Omro’s Treasures at the Museum

    #20      205 S. Webster Ave., Omro Theater Building, 1937: See City Hall & Omro Kiwanis

    #25      404 S. Webster Ave., First Presbyterian Church, 1866-1867: Tour the Christian School

    #29      515 S. Webster Ave., Omro High School, 1893/1909: Tour four Webster Manor Independent Living apartments

    #32      233 E. Scott St., St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, 1866: Tour St. Mary’s

    #33      246 E. Scott St., James Bonnell House, 1869: Tour this unique historic house

    #40        130 E. Larrabee St., High School Annex, 1934: View the Omro Area Community Center

    #49      3880 E. 2nd St., Samson Challoner Octagon House, 1865: Tour this Rare Octagon House

    #50      State Hwy 116, Omro Cemetery, 1846: Hear accounts of four influential individuals who connect to a site or building on the tour

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  • Ripon Medical Center offers ‘Gentle Yoga’
    17:30-18:30
    05.15.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    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, May 1 to 22 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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  • Ripon Medical Center to offer ‘Stretch & Balance for Older Adults’ program
    09:30-10:30
    05.17.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Stretching is an important part of an older adult’s flexibility, and helps to offset the effects of normal decline in the flexibility of joints so individuals can remain active and independent.

    Join Natasha Novak, fitness instructor, for a stretching program that incorporates breathing exercises and good posture to relax the body and relieve tension.

    “Stretch & Balance for Older Adults” is scheduled for Wednesdays, May 3 to 24 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon.

    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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  • WACC’s 2nd Annual Golf Outing
    All day
    05.20.2017

    Here is your chance to be a part of the WACC’s 2nd Annual Golf Outing which will be held on Saturday, May 20th to raise funds for all of the activities that the Chamber supports. See the attachments below to find out more about being a Hole Sponsor. The Chamber is also looking for raffle prizes for the event.

    If you are interested in sponsoring a hole or donating a raffle prize, please contact the Chamber at 920-787-3488 or wausharachamber@gmail.com.
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  • Ripon Medical Center offers ‘Gentle Yoga’
    17:30-18:30
    05.22.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    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, May 1 to 22 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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  • Ripon Medical Center to offer ‘Stretch & Balance for Older Adults’ program
    09:30-10:30
    05.24.2017
    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    835 Parkside St, Ripon, WI 54971, USA

    Stretching is an important part of an older adult’s flexibility, and helps to offset the effects of normal decline in the flexibility of joints so individuals can remain active and independent.

    Join Natasha Novak, fitness instructor, for a stretching program that incorporates breathing exercises and good posture to relax the body and relieve tension.

    “Stretch & Balance for Older Adults” is scheduled for Wednesdays, May 3 to 24 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the RMC Wellness Center, 845 Parkside Street, Ripon.

    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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  • GREEN LAKE 100 Bike Ride
    07:00-17:00
    05.28.2017
    487-499 South St, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA

    487-499 South St, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA

    May 28, 2017 @ 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
    cost:  $65

    The Watershed of Green Lake is a wonderful boundary to ride. Bright green hills frame the farmland, fields, forests and prairie grassland. We have some sharp steep hills on the south and east of the lake which are the barriers to trap in the water we call Green Lake. Green Lake is the deepest natural inland lake in the State of Wisconsin with a maximum depth of 236 feet and we are here to celebrate the beauty and land with which it is fed.

    The longest loop (77 miles) of the ride will closely follow the watershed showing you where the water to fill the deepest lake in Wisconsin comes from. The mid length ride, nearly 50 miles, follows the same path along the south and west side of the lake but will cut off on Prairie Road then take you for a hair raising ride down Skunk Hollow Road, the rest hill is the steepest but we ask one you do not fly down. The shortest of the routes is 22 miles and will take you on a reasonably flat route out along Huckleberry Road, to a rest stop in Princeton and back to Green Lake on Hwy J.

    The Green Lake 100 is neither a race nor a test of stamina (well, maybe stamina). It is intended all participants ride at their own pace and in a safe and responsible manner. You may choose to ride any of our four course lengths after registration: 22, 44, 77 or 100 mile courses. All rides start and end at Deacon Mills park by the Wharf. When you end your ride you can choose to continue around Green Lake and follow our “Loop the Lake” route. This is additional 23-26 mile ride which will take you around the lake, the closest routes and view of the Lake. There is a half way rest stop at Reilly’s pub where you can get some water or a few beers on your way.

    Rest stops will be loaded with good eats, plenty of water and sports drinks. They are spread out approximately every 20 miles and will be listed on the map presented at registration.

    There is no designated mass start time for the riders. Instead, riders need to plan to depart as early as 7:00 am (sunrise) and no later than 10:00 am on the day of the ride, depending on their anticipated pace and planned distance. In order to ensure participants reach rest stops during operating hours, please depart during the specified window. Slower riders and those planning to ride the longer routes with multiple stops should depart earlier in the day.

    Routes will be marked and support vehicles will be available to assist riders. Rest stops with food, beverages, and support are spaced throughout each route. A classic Italian dinner picnic, that includes New Belgium beer or soda, is provided after the ride. Each rider receives a free dinner with their ride registration. Your friends and family are welcomed to meet up with you after your ride, and they can purchase the picnic tickets without riding.

  • Wautoma’s Cancer Care & Share Group
    18:00-21:00
    05.28.2017

    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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