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One of the area's most colorful events, the annual EAA Skiplane Fly-In, will be held on Saturday, February 8, at the EAA AirVenture Museum's Pioneer Airport in Oshkosh.
In past years, more than 30 skiplanes landed at Pioneer Airport to participate in the event, showcasing this unique segment of flight that is quite popular throughout many parts of North America.
The event begins at 10 a.m. and runs until 1:30 p.m. Most skiplanes arrive (weather and runway conditions permitting) mid-morning and stay until mid-afternoon. In the event weather or snow conditions do not permit aircraft arrivals at Pioneer Airport, several other activities will continue as planned, including complimentary chili and birthday cake for EAA's matriarch Audrey Poberezny, served beginning at 10:30 a.m.
The Skiplane Fly-In is free of charge to the public. Signs will direct visitors to the skiplane area upon arrival to the museum. Shuttle services will also operate from Basler Flight Service and Orion Flight Services for those landing at Wittman Regional Airport. Regular admission rates apply for guests visiting the museum itself.
For more information about this event, contact EAA's Olivia Rasmus at 920-426-6599 or [email protected].
Swing into the New Year with music from the Neenah Ambassadors Dance Band.
Free makeover from the Salon Professional Academy. Treat yourself to a manicure, new hairstyle, or change in how you do your make-up.
(Ages 14 and older please)
Cabela’s Incorporated, the World’s Foremost Outfitter® of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, today announced plans to celebrate Cabela’s Ice Fishing Classic at its Green Bay location. This annual event features educational workshops and in-store product demonstrations on topics such as electronics, the latest gear, and tips for fishing local waters.
Cabela’s welcomes some of the nation’s best ice fishing anglers to the 2013 Cabela’s Ice Fishing Classic in Green Bay, December 14 and 15. Paul Delaney, Dale Stroschein, and more will all be hand to share the latest tips, tactics and provide hands-on teaching about all aspects of ice fishing.
Brian “Bro” Brosdahl, professional tournament angler, outdoor writer and photographer, and one of the most recognizable and influential outdoor communicators in North America will be at the Green Bay store on Sunday, Dec. 15th from 10am-2pm.
For a full schedule of Ice Fishing Classic events, log on to www.cabelas.com/greenbay or call 920-264-0140. Cabela’s Green Bay is located at 1499 Lombardi Ave. in Green Bay, WI. For more information or to shop online, visit www.Cabelas.com.
LYRICS & LAUGHTER MEMORY CAFÉ AT THE NEENAH PUBLIC LIBRARY
"Lyrics & Laughter" for the Holidays December 16 at 1:30pm. What more could you want than holiday music, festive surroundings and good friends? Come enjoy the nostalgic collection of songs facilitated by Christy Feuerstahler, Program Leader with Valley VNA Senior Services. This special music program will help you get in the holiday spirit. Memory Cafes are for those experiencing dementia, mild memory loss or cognitive impairment and for family and friends of those affected. It's a great opportunity for lively discussions, information gathering, refreshments, camaraderie, and lots of creative fun! We will have a gerontology professional on hand to answer questions. Please note: If assistance is needed to participate; please bring someone with you to help. The Cafes are held on the third Mondays of each month, in the Shattuck Community Room at the Neenah Public Library.
For more information, please contact the Adult Information Desk at the Neenah Public Library at 920-886-6315.
The evening's activities include a family fun Rudolph Run/walk from Shattuck Park to the Christmas tree at Gateway Plaza, view live mannequin window displays at downtown businesses, caroling, ice carver, handbell choir, and Santa!
The Market is open in Shattuck Park Saturday Mornings mid June through mid October, 8am-noon. The Farmers Market consists of approximately 40 fresh produce vendors as well as meat, flower, honey, plant, fish, cheese, prepared foods (fresh fruit pies & egg rolls) and craft vendors -- everything home grown or hand crafted.
After 15 years in the same office location, the Peninsula Music Festival packed up its office and moved north - 1.3 miles to be exact! The Peninsula Music Festival has moved its administrative/box office to the Green Gables Shops in north Ephraim.
Join us for a community Open House on Thursday, December 12, 4 pm to 6 pm. Light refreshments will be served with wine provided by The Mission Grille.
No need to RSVP - Just Stop By and Bring a Friend!
Women participate in this special day including a champagne breakfast and fashion show plus pampering, demonstrations and shopping throughout historic Downtown Neenah!
Grab your skis and take a turn on our trails on a winter night. The Sanctuary has groomed ski trails that are great for beginner and advanced cross country skiers! The group will meet at the trail starting near the Nature Center. This program is weather dependent.
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