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  • Sawdust Days in Oshkosh
    All day
    07.04.2017

    JUNE 30TH-JULY 5THSAWDUST DAYS IN OSHKOSH AT MENOMINEE PARK
  • Celebrate 4th of July in Green Lake
    12:00-21:00
    07.04.2017

    Celebrate 4th of July in Green Lake!
    Diamonds in the Dark

    Tuesday, July 4, 2017 | 12:00 pm to 9 pm | Deacon Mills Park/Playground Park
    The Fourth of July in Green Lake has something for everyone as one of the largest Independence Day festivals in the area. Residents and visitors alike  can have a blast discovering exciting activities throughout Deacon Mills and Playground parks all day long!
    Here’s the schedule for the day!
    • Green Lake American Legion Post 306 Pancake Breakfast: From 7 am to 11 am, head on down to the Green Lake American Legion Post’s new building and enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast before enjoying the rest of the day’s events.
    • Food and Treats: From 12 pm to 9 pm, Deacon Mills Park will be filled with numerous vendors serving food and treats for purchase throughout the day. Vendors include the Green Lake Rotary Club with brats, burgers, beer, and soda; Sassafras with summer soda splashers; Guth’s End of the Trail Candy Shoppe with sweet treats and popcorn; and Crossroads Market with pulled pork sandwiches.
    • Musical Entertainment: No festival is complete without music! Deacon Mills Park will be home to two musical acts for your enjoyment.  Local singer Dan Braaksma will take the stage from 12 pm to 4 pm with a blend of country, jazz, blues, and rock, while Stereotype will perform from 5 pm to 9 pm with genres to please everyone–from rock, pop, and alternative to dance and country.
    • Buy a Duck/4th of July Novelties: Visit the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce booth in Deacon Mills Park to purchase your duck for the Duck Races. The Duck Races will take place at 3 pm down the Playground Park dam. Be sure to buy a duck for your chance to win Chamber Bucks! Ducks can also be purchased at Adam’s Rib, Sassafras, and the Chamber office prior to the 4th of July.
    • Boat Parade: Check out all the decked out boats in the annual boat parade! The superhero/scifi-themed parade will sail past the Deacon Mills Wharf area at approximately 1 pm (please note, this time is an estimated time. The parade starts at 12:45 pm from the Highway A inlet).
    • Games and Activities: Have little ones? Head to Playground Park from 12 pm to 3 pm for the many children’s activities for all ages. The park will be filled with games, a bounce house, Candy Guess games, tattoos and face painting, the Green Lake American Legion’s Sink the Bismarck golf game, and so much more!
    • Parade: Beginning at 4 pm, catch the much-anticipated 4th of July parade as it strolls down Mill Street! There will be plenty of acts to see such as music, local organizations, clowns, Shriner units, big trucks from local contractors, and local emergency service vehicles.
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      Be sure to hang out into the evening for one of the most spectacular firework shows in the area! The show will begin at dusk above Green Lake. The best spot to witness this sight is over Dartford Bay in Deacon Mills Park.

    For more information or to check out other events throughout the Green Lake area, visit us at visitgreenlake.com
  • Live Broadcast in Omro
    13:00-15:00
    07.04.2017

    Stop in to see us during our live broadcast from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. at North Scott Park in Omro!  We’ll be giving away some awesome prizes!  See you in Omro.

  • Fireworks at Ripon
    21:00-22:00
    07.04.2017

    Tues., July 4 at dusk at Murray Park in Ripon

  • Fireworks at Omro
    21:00-22:00
    07.04.2017

    Tues., July 4 at dusk at Scott Park in Omro

  • Fireworks at Green Lake
    21:00-22:00
    07.04.2017

    Tues., July 4 at dusk at Oakwood Point/Dartford Bay in Green Lake

  • More events
    • Sawdust Days in Oshkosh
      All day
      07.04.2017
      JUNE 30TH-JULY 5THSAWDUST DAYS IN OSHKOSH AT MENOMINEE PARK
    • Celebrate 4th of July in Green Lake
      12:00-21:00
      07.04.2017
      Celebrate 4th of July in Green Lake!
      Diamonds in the Dark

      Tuesday, July 4, 2017 | 12:00 pm to 9 pm | Deacon Mills Park/Playground Park
      The Fourth of July in Green Lake has something for everyone as one of the largest Independence Day festivals in the area. Residents and visitors alike  can have a blast discovering exciting activities throughout Deacon Mills and Playground parks all day long!
      Here’s the schedule for the day!
      • Green Lake American Legion Post 306 Pancake Breakfast: From 7 am to 11 am, head on down to the Green Lake American Legion Post’s new building and enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast before enjoying the rest of the day’s events.
      • Food and Treats: From 12 pm to 9 pm, Deacon Mills Park will be filled with numerous vendors serving food and treats for purchase throughout the day. Vendors include the Green Lake Rotary Club with brats, burgers, beer, and soda; Sassafras with summer soda splashers; Guth’s End of the Trail Candy Shoppe with sweet treats and popcorn; and Crossroads Market with pulled pork sandwiches.
      • Musical Entertainment: No festival is complete without music! Deacon Mills Park will be home to two musical acts for your enjoyment.  Local singer Dan Braaksma will take the stage from 12 pm to 4 pm with a blend of country, jazz, blues, and rock, while Stereotype will perform from 5 pm to 9 pm with genres to please everyone–from rock, pop, and alternative to dance and country.
      • Buy a Duck/4th of July Novelties: Visit the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce booth in Deacon Mills Park to purchase your duck for the Duck Races. The Duck Races will take place at 3 pm down the Playground Park dam. Be sure to buy a duck for your chance to win Chamber Bucks! Ducks can also be purchased at Adam’s Rib, Sassafras, and the Chamber office prior to the 4th of July.
      • Boat Parade: Check out all the decked out boats in the annual boat parade! The superhero/scifi-themed parade will sail past the Deacon Mills Wharf area at approximately 1 pm (please note, this time is an estimated time. The parade starts at 12:45 pm from the Highway A inlet).
      • Games and Activities: Have little ones? Head to Playground Park from 12 pm to 3 pm for the many children’s activities for all ages. The park will be filled with games, a bounce house, Candy Guess games, tattoos and face painting, the Green Lake American Legion’s Sink the Bismarck golf game, and so much more!
      • Parade: Beginning at 4 pm, catch the much-anticipated 4th of July parade as it strolls down Mill Street! There will be plenty of acts to see such as music, local organizations, clowns, Shriner units, big trucks from local contractors, and local emergency service vehicles.
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        Be sure to hang out into the evening for one of the most spectacular firework shows in the area! The show will begin at dusk above Green Lake. The best spot to witness this sight is over Dartford Bay in Deacon Mills Park.

      For more information or to check out other events throughout the Green Lake area, visit us at visitgreenlake.com
    • Live Broadcast in Omro
      13:00-15:00
      07.04.2017

      Stop in to see us during our live broadcast from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. at North Scott Park in Omro!  We’ll be giving away some awesome prizes!  See you in Omro.

    • Fireworks at Ripon
      21:00-22:00
      07.04.2017

      Tues., July 4 at dusk at Murray Park in Ripon

    • Fireworks at Omro
      21:00-22:00
      07.04.2017

      Tues., July 4 at dusk at Scott Park in Omro

    • Fireworks at Green Lake
      21:00-22:00
      07.04.2017

      Tues., July 4 at dusk at Oakwood Point/Dartford Bay in Green Lake

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  • Sawdust Days in Oshkosh
    All day
    07.05.2017

    JUNE 30TH-JULY 5THSAWDUST DAYS IN OSHKOSH AT MENOMINEE PARK
  • Berlin VFW Brat Fry Wednesdays
    11:00-13:00
    07.05.2017
    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    Held every Wed. from 11am-1pm from June 7 until Aug. 30

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin

    Brats, burgers, hotdogs, chips!  Come & support your local veterans!

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  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Ryan McGrath Band
    19:00-22:00
    07.07.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    July 7 features Ryan McGrath Band

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  • Berlin Kiwanis 5th Annual Pig Roast
    10:00-20:00
    07.08.2017

    Sat., July 8, North Riverside Shelter House, Berlin

    Craft & vendor fair….11a.m.-3p.m.

    Pork sandwich $3, plate dinner $6, fresh “super-sweet” sweet corn at Noon

    Kid’s games 1p.m.-4p.m., softball tourney 9a.m., burgers & brats avail 10 a.m.

    Cash raffle

    Live music…Don Passarelli & the Salty Dogs Noon-4p.m., Urban Hillbillies 4p.m.-8p.m.

    Proceeds benefit Berlin Area Youth

     

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  • 4th Annual Hobo Fair
    10:00-16:00
    07.09.2017

    Sponsored by:  The Lost Companion Feral Cat Management & Cat/Kitten Rescue

    Sun., July 9, 10a-4p

    County W & Portage Road, Saxeville

    Vendors & crafts!  Raffles!

    Food by the Saxeville Fire Dept. (chicken BBQ)

    www.thelostcompanion.org

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  • Berlin’s Farmers & Artists Market-Casey Getz
    16:00-19:30
    07.11.2017

    Held every Tues. until the end of September at Nathan Strong Park from 4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

    Concert tonight by Casey Getz starts at 6:30 p.m.

  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Tuba Dan Band
    18:00-21:00
    07.11.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    July 11 features Tuba Dan Band (6p-9p)

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  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-5 Card Studs
    19:00-22:00
    07.14.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    July 14 features 5 Card Studs

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  • Wild Rose Days’ Party on the Pond
    18:00-22:00
    07.21.2017

    WILD ROSE DAYS PARTY ON THE POND

    STARTS ON FRIDAY, JULY 21ST.

    KICKING OFF WITH A FREE FAMILY NIGHT 6-10PM WITH PICNIC DINNER, MUSIC AND FUN .

    ON SATURDAY, JULY 22ND THE CELEBRATION CONTINUES WITH FREE ZUMBA AT 7AM, PANCAKE BREAKFAST, BAKE SALE  AND CRAFT SALE 7:30-11.  THE PARADE STARTS AT 11:30AM.

    FUN FOR ALL WITH A NEW BOUNCE HOUSE, CARNIVAL GAMES, TRAIN RIDES, 4-PERSON BUNGEE JUMP AND MORE,.  PLUS FIREWORKS AT DUSK!

    FOR INFORMATION GO TO WWW. WILDROSEDAYS.COM OR LOOK THEM UP ON FACEBOOK-WILD ROSE DAYS PARTY ON THE POND 2017.

  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-David Gerald
    19:00-22:00
    07.21.2017

    Ripon Summer Concert features Blues, Brews & BBQ This week’s Ripon Summer Concert (Friday, July 21) features Blues, Brews and BBQ. This 1st annual event, which is sponsored by J’s BBQ, will feature blues recording artist David Gerald, samples of micro brews, and smoking hot J’s BBQ. J’s will offer FREE SAMPLES of their SMOKIN’ HOT BBQ while supplies last so don’t be late.   In addition, J’s has rallied together Microbrews from around the States, and representatives will be on site offering FREE tastings from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Participating brewers include Spoetzl Brewery, Karben4, Stone Arch, Knuth Brewing Co., New Belgium, Mobcraft, Upland Brewing Co., and Leinenkugel’s.

    David Gerald will make his debut at the series, performing from 7 to 10 pm. Gerald, the son of Rural Mississippi born and raised parents, grew up to the sounds of the blues and R&B music. He’s the youngest of 11 children, 6 of whom were born and partly raised in Mississippi. “Because segregation and racial discrimination were so bad in Mississippi at the time, my dad moved the family north to Detroit when he was 33, so we’d have a better chance at the American dream. Gerald started playing guitar at the age of 15, and was heavily influenced by Prince and other 80’s rock guitarists. “I was lucky enough to have a neighbor who was a guitarist and gave me scrap guitars. I would piece them together and build ‘Frankenstein’ guitars,” says Gerald. “They were horrible to play and sounded bad, but I just had this tremendous desire to play music. After a while, I finally scraped up enough money to buy an old amp and I was happy. Music was and is my destiny.” Now in his 40’s, Gerald tours across the nation with his own band performing at clubs and festivals across the United States. Gerald’s music has received widespread radio play, along with recognition in the Blues and Rock communities. His debut album “Hell and Back” reached #1 on Roots Music Report’s Blues Chart for Michigan based artists, and remained in the top 20 for many weeks in a row. Gerald’s follow up album ‘Blues Soul Rocker’ was released in late 2016 and has received critical acclaim.

    The concert series takes place from 7:00 to 10:00 pm at the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in historic downtown Ripon. A variety of beverages are available and participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. NO CARRY-INs are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses.

    Next week’s concert features Road Trip. Enjoy an evening of entertainment in historic downtown Ripon and discover the charm of small town hospitality. Visit the concert website (www.downtownripon.com/riponmainst/summer-concert-gallery.html) for the complete lineup which includes links to band websites, music samples and more. Or, follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/riponvillagegreen for more information.

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  • Wild Rose Days’ Party on the Pond
    07:30-22:00
    07.22.2017

    WILD ROSE DAYS PARTY ON THE POND

    STARTS ON FRIDAY, JULY 21ST.

    KICKING OFF WITH A FREE FAMILY NIGHT 6-10PM WITH PICNIC DINNER, MUSIC AND FUN .

    ON SATURDAY, JULY 22ND THE CELEBRATION CONTINUES WITH FREE ZUMBA AT 7AM, PANCAKE BREAKFAST, BAKE SALE  AND CRAFT SALE 7:30-11.  THE PARADE STARTS AT 11:30AM.

    FUN FOR ALL WITH A NEW BOUNCE HOUSE, CARNIVAL GAMES, TRAIN RIDES, 4-PERSON BUNGEE JUMP AND MORE.  PLUS FIREWORKS AT DUSK!

    FOR INFORMATION GO TO WWW. WILDROSEDAYS.COM OR LOOK THEM UP ON FACEBOOK-WILD ROSE DAYS PARTY ON THE POND 2017.

  • Live Broadcast at Floral Expressions in Wautoma
    11:00-13:00
    07.22.2017

    Join Lexi at a live broadcast on Sat., July 22 from 11am-1pm at Floral Expressions in Wautoma.  Sign up to win some great prizes from the Bug!  See you there!
  • American Tribute Ride
    12:30-13:00
    07.22.2017

  • Live Broadcast at Patriot Pub & Grill in Wautoma
    14:00-16:00
    07.22.2017

    Join Lexi at a live broadcast on Sat., July 22 from 2pm-4pm at Patriot Pub & Grill in Wautoma.  Sign up to win some great prizes from the Bug!  See you there!
  • More events
    • Wild Rose Days' Party on the Pond
      07:30-22:00
      07.22.2017

      WILD ROSE DAYS PARTY ON THE POND

      STARTS ON FRIDAY, JULY 21ST.

      KICKING OFF WITH A FREE FAMILY NIGHT 6-10PM WITH PICNIC DINNER, MUSIC AND FUN .

      ON SATURDAY, JULY 22ND THE CELEBRATION CONTINUES WITH FREE ZUMBA AT 7AM, PANCAKE BREAKFAST, BAKE SALE  AND CRAFT SALE 7:30-11.  THE PARADE STARTS AT 11:30AM.

      FUN FOR ALL WITH A NEW BOUNCE HOUSE, CARNIVAL GAMES, TRAIN RIDES, 4-PERSON BUNGEE JUMP AND MORE.  PLUS FIREWORKS AT DUSK!

      FOR INFORMATION GO TO WWW. WILDROSEDAYS.COM OR LOOK THEM UP ON FACEBOOK-WILD ROSE DAYS PARTY ON THE POND 2017.

    • Live Broadcast at Floral Expressions in Wautoma
      11:00-13:00
      07.22.2017
      Join Lexi at a live broadcast on Sat., July 22 from 11am-1pm at Floral Expressions in Wautoma.  Sign up to win some great prizes from the Bug!  See you there!
    • American Tribute Ride
      12:30-13:00
      07.22.2017

    • Live Broadcast at Patriot Pub & Grill in Wautoma
      14:00-16:00
      07.22.2017
      Join Lexi at a live broadcast on Sat., July 22 from 2pm-4pm at Patriot Pub & Grill in Wautoma.  Sign up to win some great prizes from the Bug!  See you there!
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  • Wautoma EAA Chapter 1331 Pancake Breakfast
    07:00-12:00
    07.23.2017
    W8471 Cottonville Dr, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA

    W8471 Cottonville Dr, Wautoma, WI 54982, USA

    Stop out at the Wautoma Municipal Airport this Sunday, July 23rd from 7am-12pm for an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast. The meal will be complete with sausages, apple sauce, juice, milk, and coffee. The money collect from this breakfast will be put towards their scholarship fund. The Wautoma Airport is located at W8471 Cottonville Dr.

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  • MDA and Fond du Lac Fire Fighters Host Annual Fill the Boot Campaign
    10:30-12:00
    07.24.2017
    815 S Main St, Fond du Lac, WI 54935, USA

    815 S Main St, Fond du Lac, WI 54935, USA

    MDA and FOND DU LAC Fire Fighters Host Special Kick Off Event on July  24th, 2017 for Annual Fill the Boot CampaignWHAT: A special kickoff event for the annual Fill the Boot  fundraising campaign is being hosted by members of the Fond Du Lac  Professional Fire Fighters Association Local 400, along with the  Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), to free individuals - and the  families who love them - from the harm of muscular dystrophy, ALS and  related life-threatening diseases that take away physical strength,  independence and life.WHO:  Chief O'Leary, and local 400 Fire Fighters/ParamedicsWHERE:  815 S. Main St., Station 1WHEN: Monday, July 24th, 2017, 10:30 amWHY: The kick-off event on July 24th continues this IAFF/  fire fighter tradition for more than 60 years, matching the nobility  and strength of MDA families to help give individuals the strength to  live longer and grow stronger.On August 1st, August 11, and August 18th  at the intersection of Division and Main Street, and also at the  intersection of 4th & National between 10:00am and 4:00pm this year's  Fill the Boot campaign will officially begin. A dozen members of the  Fond Du Lac Fire Fighters Association Local 400 will greet motorists  on the street, asking them to make a donation in support of MDA's  mission to help free individuals from the harm of muscle diseases that  take away everyday freedoms like walking, hugging, playing and even  breathing.Funds raised through 2017 Fond Du Lac Fill the Boot event help MDA's  efforts to fund groundbreaking research and life-enhancing programs,  such as state-of-the-art support groups and Care Centers, including  the MDA Care Center at Prevea Clinic in Green Bay, and Marshfield  Clinic in Marshfield, WI. They also help send more than 45 local kids  to a life-changing experience in an environment without barriers at  MDA Summer Camp at Pilgrim Center - all at no cost to their families.
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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    07.26.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Berlin VFW Brat Fry Wednesdays
    11:00-13:00
    07.26.2017
    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin, WI 54923, USA

    Held every Wed. from 11am-1pm from June 7 until Aug. 30

    420 N Wisconsin St, Berlin

    Brats, burgers, hotdogs, chips!  Come & support your local veterans!

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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    07.27.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Wautoma’s Music in the Park-Southbound
    18:00-20:30
    07.27.2017

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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    07.28.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Summer Concert Series in Ripon-Road Trip
    19:00-22:00
    07.28.2017

    A community favorite for friends & family! Come down to the Village Green located at the corner of Watson and Seward Street in downtown Ripon.  The series typically takes place on Friday evenings, June through August, 7p-10p, but occasionally bonus concerts are added or events rescheduled due to weather issues. Participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. No carry-ins are allowed in the park because beverage sales help cover entertainment expenses. Free music isn’t really free. Check out www.downtownripon.com for the 2017 schedule of bands.

     

    July 28 features Road Trip

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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    07.29.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Live Broadcast for Green Lake Chamber’s Water Ski Show
    15:00-17:00
    07.29.2017

    Join Johnnie Ray for our live broadcast on  Sat., July 29, from  3p-5p at Hattie Sherwood Park in Green Lake for the 11th Annual Water Ski Show. Stop at our table & sign up to win Brewers tickets &  State Fair tickets!  See you there!

  • Green Lake Area Chamber’s 11th Annual Water Ski Show
    17:00-22:00
    07.29.2017
    451 S Lawson Dr, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA

    451 S Lawson Dr, Green Lake, WI 54941, USA

    Sat., July 29.  Serving food at 5 p.m. & the ski show starts at 6 p.m.  This year’s theme is Super Heros!

    Hattie Sherwood Park, Green Lake.  Presented by the Pewaukee Lake Water Ski Club, sponsored by Mike & Jill Havey and Shoreline in Green Lake.

    Bring the family for swimming, a picnic, music & the ski show.

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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    07.30.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

  • Car-A-Funda Charity Car Show
    08:00-16:00
    07.30.2017

    See poster for information…..Car-a-Funda Charity Car Show

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  • Stuff the Bus fundraiser in Redgranite
    All day
    07.31.2017

    Friday, August 4th, Stuff the Bus fundraiser.

    The Curve-In Café in Redgranite has been supporting Waushara County’s Back to School Bash for more than a decade and will be kicking off the annual “Stuff the Bus”. They hope the community joins forces to fill the bus with school supplies for area families. The bus will be located at the Curve-In Café from now until the morning of August 4th.

    Donated supplies will be distributed at the Sixteenth Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12th from 8-11am at the Waushara County Courthouse Demonstration Room., 209 S. Ste. Marie StreetWautoma. The Back to School Bash is organized by the Waushara County Department of Human Services. The agency recognizes that purchasing back to school supplies for families with limited resources can be stressful.

    The Back to School Bash helps these families by distributing backpacks of school supplies at a nominal fee. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Waushara County Department of Human Services – Back to School Bash and mailed to P.O. Box 1230 Wautoma, WI 54982. For more information contact Angie Konieczki at (920)787-6550 or Jan Novak at (920) 787- 6600.

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