Location: D.J. Bordini Center 5 Systems Drive Appleton, WI 54912 This Narrow Web Flexography Printing seminar provides each participant with hands-on training. Participants receive extensive information on inks, anilox rolls, plate making, plate mounting and the prepress process. Attendees also experience hands-on training in plate mounting and press operation. Due to the extensive hands-on nature of the program, this seminar is limited to six individuals. For more information:hands-on training
St. Rose Church in Clintonville, WI is holding their 2nd Annual Parish Community Palooza, and wants you to join them! Don't miss this great event that brings faith, community, and fun all together. Live music all day, children's dance, talent, and baking contests. Delicious food and cool drinks served all day. Food drive, raffles, silent auctions, local vendors, and craft fair. Please join us!!
Ride through Northern Door County’s scenic backroads and along the shore on routes of 25, 50, 62, and 100 miles. Post-ride party at Sister Bay’s Waterfront Park featuring food from local chefs and locally brewed beer from the Door County Brewing Company. WEB: peninsulacentury.com Registration Fees: · 25-mile route, $25 · 50-mile route, $35 · Metric Century, $40 · 100-mile route, $45 Registration Questions: Mary Knutson, 920.421.1519 Facebook: facebook.com/peninsulacenturyride Twitter: twitter.com/dcbiking Contact: Myles Dannhausen, email@example.com Mailing Address: Peninsula Century Ride PO Box 95 Ephraim, WI 54211
“Creating Your Professional Image” Learn from the Admissions Leader and the Design Team of Paul Mitchell Beauty School about how to make every first impression a good one. Hosted by Career Services at Rasmussen College, Green Bay Campus. Wednesday, September 3, 2014 from 3:00pm-4:30pm Location: 904 S. Taylor Street, Green Bay, WI 54303 RSVP to Sheena: firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-593-8416 Mini Makeovers Audience members have the opportunity to participate and be selected for a mini makeover at the event!
Join us for the 2.1 Awareness Walk. 2.1 miles represents the extra 21st chromosome in Down syndrome & kicks off National Down syndrome Awareness Month. Registration is $15 for Adults/Children (over 2) & includes an event shirt. Register by 9/12/14 to receive shirt day of walk. Fallfest on the Fox includes a children's activity area, face painting, nail salon, hula hood demos, bounce house, horse drawn wagon rides. Enjoy food and refreshments at the Fallfest Pub & Grill. Crowd favorite Big Mouth will play from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. FREE family event! Don't forget to sample chili at the 10th Annual Chili Cook-off during the event!
Rasmussen College Hosts a Career Fair! It will be held on Wednesday, September 10, 2014. *Panel Discussion: 3:30pm-4:30pm *Networking with Employers: 4:30pm-6:00pm *LinkedIn Workshops: 4:30pm-6:00pm FREE Event – Open to the Public Location: 904 S. Taylor Street, Green Bay, WI 54303 Please reach out to Sheena Frydrych with any questions Email: Sheena.email@example.com Phone: 920-593-8416
Door County's first annual team adventure race is sure to be a dirty blast! This fundraiser for HELP of Door County is one you don't want to miss. Join us at the Team Leadership Center, 4497 Ploor Road in Sturgeon Bay.
Have you always had “help build a Habitat house” on your bucket list? Are you interested in learning more about home construction so you can work on projects around your house? Have you always had a passion for helping other people? If so, then attend a Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Information Session. There are a wide variety of ways to get involved with Habitat for Humanity. Learn about the opportunities on the build site, ReStore and various committees! There is something for EVERYONE when volunteering with Habitat and you’ll be able to find something that aligns with your interests. Whether you’re a beginner or expert, there is a spot for you to help make local families’ dreams of homeownership a reality. No strings attached! We invite you to come, ask questions and discover what it means to be a Habitat Volunteer at the Broadview YMCA (380 Broadview Dr., Green Bay, WI 54301) on Wednesday, September 10 at 11:30 am! Please RSVP to or for more information, contact Rachel Clement, Build Site Volunteer Coordinator, at 920-593-5785 or firstname.lastname@example.org. ************************** The Volunteer Information Session will describe volunteer roles and expectations, allowing you to find the perfect volunteer opportunity to fit your skills and interests. Learn ways to volunteer on the build site, ReStore and various committees to help make local families’ dreams of home ownership a reality.
Progress Lakeshore (formerly the Economic Development Corporation - Manitowoc County) is hosting a special "Pasta for Progress" event on Thursday, September 18 at 5 p.m. at Seven Lakes Golf & Dining, Cato. Pasta for Progress marks the return of a famous pair of chefs on the Lakeshore, Dean Halverson (Leede Research) and Bob Nelson (Coldwell Banker). Dean and Bob gained fame with Holy Family Memorial's Italiano event. The evening will begin at 5 p.m. with gourmet pizza appetizers and a cash bar. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. and will include a soup and salad bar followed by your choice of Italian entree: pasta with marinara sauce, pasta with meat sauce, lasagna or a combination plate (pasta and lasagna). Wine service will also be offered. A raffle drawing takes place after dinner. Proceeds benefit Progress Lakeshore and economic development in Manitowoc County. Registration deadline for this event is Thursday, September 11 and can be submitted online via credit card or via invoice sent to you. Group or corporate tables for parties of 4 and 8 are also available and can be reserved by calling 920.482.0540. Event sponsors are: The Big Cheese Sponsor: Leede Research Meatball Sponsor: Coldwell Banker (The Real Estate Group, Inc.) Vino Sponsors: Ansay & Associates (Insurance & Benefit Solutions) and Schenck SC (CPAs and so much more)
The Race for a Reason mini grand prix auto race supports Catalpa Health, meeting the needs of child and adolescent behavioral and mental health concerns. Nearly 30 teams from businesses and organizations in our community compete in this full-day event. Cars race on a unique course with a variety of challenging bends and hairpin turns requiring precision acceleration and maneuverability. Race for a Reason has all the feel of a big-time race, including pace cars, team uniforms, customized cars and Pit Row. The event will also include kids games, face painting, inflatables, driver simulators, mascots, real race cars, raffles and food, as well as a special performance by local band Boxkar. Admission is a $5 parking fee per vehicle For sponsorship opportunities and more information, contact the Children’s Hospital Foundation office at 800.236.5437 or email email@example.com.