Free Workshop Living Well with Chronic Conditions Six week course - Wednesday evenings St. Elizabeth Hospital, 1506 S Oneida Street, Appleton, WI Fowler Conference Room 1 For more information, or to register, contact Affinity Nurse Direct at 920-738-2230 for the Fox Cities. You can also sign up online at networkhealth.com/register search for "Healthy Living"
Free Workshop Living Well with Chronic Conditions Six week course - Thursday evenings Mercy Medical Center, 500 S Oakwood Road, Oshkosh Conference Room B For more information, or to register, contact Affinity Nurse Direct at 920-231-6578 for Oshkosh You can also sign up online at networkhealth.com/register search for "Healthy Living"
Free Workshop Healthy Living with Diabetes Six week course - Thursday evenings St. Elizabeth Hospital, 1506 S Oneida Street, Appleton, WI Fowler Conference Room 1 For more information, or to register, contact Affinity Nurse Direct at 920-738-2230 for the Fox Cities. You can also sign up online at networkhealth.com/register search for "Healthy Living"
Appleton, WI 08/22/2014 - The Fox Valley Warming Shelter will host their 3rd annual Grateful Plateful event on Thursday, October 9th at 5:00pm. Cost is $50 per person and includes entertainment, a silent auction, 50/50 raffle tickets and heavy hors d’oeuvres. Some of the top items to bid on include a Jordy Nelson Autographed Football, Green Bay Packer tickets, and a Dennis Nellis chain saw carving of an Eagle with wings spread. Proceeds will be used to provide basic needs such as shelter, food, clothing and safety to local persons in need. The event will feature guest speaker Dave Willems. Mr. Willems is the CEO of Willems Marketing as well as a co-founder for the Mile of Music. He understands and appreciates the needs of his community and is looking forward to sharing his thoughts about the importance of giving back. The Fox Valley Warming shelter is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to provide overnight, temporary shelter to homeless adult men and women, and to address other needs by collaborating with community resources. The Fox Valley Warming Shelter, Inc., (FVWS) welcomes all homeless adult men and women into our facility. Once inside, they are provided with life’s basic needs—shelter, food, clothing and safety—along with referrals to local resources to help them achieve self-sufficiency. This event is sponsored by Plexus, Goodwill, Bill and Barbara Schmidt Foundation, Neurospine, ThedaCare, Faith Technologies, American National Bank, Ariens, Festival Foods, Fox Communities Credit Union, and Bel Brands. You may purchase tickets at Festival Foods in the Appleton, Darboy and Neenah locations, or online at: http://foxvalleywarmingshelter.org/cgi/wp/?page_id=137. For specific questions on the event, contact Scott Peeples at 920-832-1479 or email him at email@example.com ###
3rd Annual Friends of MHWF Fun Show & Tack Swap Saturday September 27, 2014 ? Classes Start at 8:30 AM Sharp Grounds will open at 7:00am and check in opens at 7:30am ? Rain or Shine! (Indoor & stalls available) Waupaca County Fair Grounds ? 602 E. South St. Weyauwega, WI 54983 Hosted by Friends of MHWF and Sponsored by Riesterer & Schnell and Nahh Tackaway All funds raised will be donated to the Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation annual hay drive fundraiser. equineadoption.com Class Fees: $5/class per horse/rider combo or $40 unlimited classes. ALL REGISTRATION FEES ARE NONREFUNDABLE! Arena #1: 1st come, 1st compete 1a. Trail class (8am- 11am) 2a. Jumping course (11:30am -2pm) Arena #2: Rider order will be posted 1. Youth Egg and Spoon 2. JR Egg and Spoon 3. SR Egg and Spoon 4. Youth Ribbon Race (In Pairs of two) 5. JR Ribbon Race (In Pairs of two) 6. SR Ribbon Race (In Pairs of two) 7. Youth Ball and Pail 8. JR Ball and Pail 9. SR Ball and Pail 10. Youth Barrels 11. JR Barrels 12. SR Barrels 13. Youth Flag Race 14. JR Flag Race 15. SR Flag Race 16. Youth Magazine Race 17. JR Magazine Race 18. SR Magazine Race 19. Youth Plug 20. JR Plug 21. SR Plug 22. Youth Chin Apple 23. JR Chin Apple 24. SR Chin Apple 25. Youth Bareback Ride a Buck 26. JR Bareback Ride a Buck 27. SR Bareback Ride a Buck 28. Youth Bribe Your Horse 29. JR Bribe Your Horse 30. SR Bribe Your Horse 31. Costume Class (class will be held at 3:00pm and is open to everyone, winner chosen by MHWF Judge Panel) MHWF is NOT responsible for accidents, losses or injury. Please contact Kara Weed @ 920-378-9908 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. ORIGINAL NEGATIVE COGGINS MUST BE SHOWN AT THE GATE TO ENTER THE GROUNDS & COPY FOR SHOW COMMITTEE MUST BE SUBMITTED AT CHECK IN —NO EXCEPTIONS! Make Checks Payable to Friends of Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation & mail to: Friends of MHWF %Kara Weed 1337 Park Ct Neenah, WI 54956 Rider’s Name: ______________________________________________________ Rider’s Age as of 1/1/2014 ___________________ Address: _________________________________________________ City: ______________________ State: _____ Zip code: __________ Phone Number: (_______)__________________________________Email_____________________________________ Class number(s): _____________________________________________________________________________________ Stall $35/ea Qty: ________ Camping site $30/ea Qty: ________ Tack Swap Spot $25/ea Qty: _________ Total fees: $_______________ Rider’s Signature: _____________________________________________________________________________________ (If under 18 legal guardian must sign for Rider)Guardian’s Signature: ___________________________________________________ ORIGINAL NEGATIVE COGGINS & COPY FOR SHOW COMMITTEE REQUIRED AT GATE TO ENTER THE GROUNDS — NO EXCEPTIONS! Lunch will be available for purchase at the grounds starting at 11:00am 50/50 raffle drawing will take place at 3:30pm 1st –3rd place ribbons awarded in each class Age Groups as of Jan. 1, 2014 Youth 11 & under JR 12–18 SR 19 & Over Camping and stalls will be available. Grounds will open 5:00pm–7:00pm on 9/26/14 for early check in. Camping will cost $30.00 per unit & includes electric. Stall fee is $35.00; $15 rental fee with $20 deposit to be returned if owner cleans the stall by 6:00pm on 9/27/14. The tack swap will cost $25.00 per booth & is open to everyone. You must supply your own tables & chair(s). Setup opens 5:00pm–7:00pm on Friday September 26, 2014 & 7:00am–9:00am on Saturday September 27, 2014. Dogs MUST be leashed at all times! 3rd Annual Friends of MHWF Fun Show & Tack Swap Saturday September 27, 2014 ? Classes Start at 8:30 AM Sharp Grounds will open at 7:00am and check in opens at 7:30am ? Rain or Shine! (Indoor & stalls available) Waupaca County Fair Grounds ? 602 E. South St. Weyauwega, WI 54983 Hosted by Friends of MHWF and Sponsored by Riesterer & Schnell and Nahh Tackaway All funds raised will be donated to the Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation annual hay drive fundraiser. Helmets must be worn by riders under 18 years old.
The New York Times calls it “the best musical of this century.” The Washington Post says, “It is the kind of evening that restores your faith in musicals.” And Entertainment Weekly says, “Grade A: the funniest musical of all time.” Jon Stewart of The Daily Show calls it “a crowning achievement. So good it makes me angry.” It’s THE BOOK OF MORMON, the nine-time Tony Award® winning Best Musical from the creators of South Park. Contains explicit language. Show times: Tue-Fri 7:30pm, Sat 2pm & 7:30pm, Sun 1pm & 6:30pm Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, 400 W. College Ave., Appleton, WI 54911 For more information, contact the Ticket Office at 920-730-3760 or visit http://foxcitiespac.com/events/book-mormon.
The Paper Discovery Center presents a new exhibit, Papyrus: Paper’s Ancestor. Visitors can explore the fascinating history of ancient Egypt through papyrus, the material on which Egyptians recorded their lives. Get a closer look at papyrus samples, write your name in hieroglyphic symbols, and learn how papyrus was brought back to Egypt in the 1960s. On view September 5th through November 29th, included in regular museum admission.
This charity Motorcycle Ride will directly benefit the Oshkosh Area Humane Society. Registration begins at The Oshkosh Area Humane Society, 1925 Shelter Ct. in Oshkosh at 9:30a.m. and ride will begin at 10:15 a.m. Local Ride with 6 stops in the area. Registration $20.00 per vehicle, $10.00 for each passenger. All 2, 3 & 4 wheel vehicles welcome! Fun at each stop! Final stop and after party will be at O'Marro's Public House, 2211 Oregon Street, Oshkosh. Food, raffles and live music. If you can't make the ride, come to the after party..fun begins around 5 p.m. If you have further questions, check out : www.oahs.org or contact Nikki Hronis, 920-858-2469. We are looking for donors or sponsors...thanks so much!
Mommy mingle provides a opportunity for moms to enjoy a free cup of coffee and meet other moms while their children play within eye-sight in the DaVinci Art & Science Studio. Daddies, nannies and other caretakers are welcome, too. Gwen Schmitt, BFKCM Educational Coordinator will be available to facilitate discussions around various topics of interest to mommies and other caretakers. Mommy mingle is included with the cost of admission and is free with museum membership.
Advocacy meeting of A-Team Chilton/Calumet County, Wisconsin at New Hope Center – 443 Manhattan St., Chilton WI 53014. Guest speakers, Linda Branson and Robin Kennedy of Opportunities Inc., a Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP) based in Fort Atkinson that serves over 3000 individuals annually in a six county area through training, employment, and social enrichment programs. Linda and Robin are both very active in A-Team Southeastern Wisconsin and they will share thoughts and ideas about how they have continued to persevere in advocacy. It should be an encouraging time. The A-Team mission is to unite persons with disabilities and their family members to advocate in a grassroots effort, create awareness in the community and advise those who care for our citizens with special needs to ensure service choices are protected and sustained. All are welcome at our meetings.