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Heritage Hill honors veterans and current military personnel as they pay tribute to our fallen heroes. A brief memorial service begins at 10am.
Enjoy the live entertainment, activities and shows for kids, food & beverage tents, a water ski show and fireworks on Sunday night. Parade on Monday.
Come help Wade House get ready for spring! Prepare and plant the gardens, fill straw ticks, air out quilts, make beds, black the stove and sweep floors. Experience behind-the-scenes tours of the Herrling Sawmill, making an "S" hook project in the blacksmith shop, candle dipping and log skidding. Come celebrate the household duties, the trades and the fun that helped shape this historic community.
A series of paddle events to celebrate and explore Fox and Lower Wisconsin Rivers, along with sections of the Kickapoo, Mecan, and East Rivers. We have identified special opportunities along the route of many of our paddle events to observe and enjoy an element of the historical, cultural, environmental or natural heritage of the area. Visit us online for times, launch locations and additional details.
Enjoy live music, exotic food and good times at the festival.
Known for the Red Sea coast, Nile River, Giza pyramids, and the Great Sphinx, Egypt is home to one of the world's oldest continuous civilizations. Come experience some of the traditions that comprise its culture today. Family Festivals is a fun-filled cultural series featuring performances, art-making activities, demonstrations, storytelling, authentic food, and so much more.
We've scavenged our barns and garages and sheds and came us with amazing items to decorate. We've transformed Bike Wheels, Wagon Wheels, Buggy Wheels, Gears, Barrel Rings and more into Wonderful Wreaths. We've used Cast Iron Finials, Curtain Rods and Lamp Bases to create Amazing Angels. We've turned Cast Iron Pulleys into Decorative Wreath and Swag Hangers. We've turned old Chair Springs into Table Top Christmas Trees. Its easy to transform old rusty salvaged objects into unique, even glamorous Christmas Decorations.
Join us on NOVEMBER 23rd from 10-3:00 and we'll show you how.
In addition to our Cast Iron Theme we'll have
Vintage Jewelry Christmas Trees
Vintage Jewelry Re-Fashioned into modern pieces
Professionally Decorated Wreaths and Swags and Boughs
Decadent Handmade Toffee
Homemade Breads, Cookies and Treats perfect for Thanksgiving
Glittered Pictures, Pines and Saw blades
Restyled Vintage Clothing
Handmade Soaps and Candles
BEST OF ALL: This year we will be joined by Wellspring Farm, who will be offering horse-drawn rides on their hay wagon pulled by their two Belgians horses. Rides will be free of charge. Donations will be collected for the Green Lake Area Animal Shelter to help fund their new building expansion. So come shop for that unique Christmas gift, enjoy a cookie and hot chocolate, and take a fun hay ride around Berlin! Dress warmly.
Your pulse will quicken, your heart will race and there shall be drama under the Dome when Joshua Kane performs dramatic readings of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous tales on Monday, Nov. 18, at the Oshkosh Public Library.
The free performance of Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Terror starts at 7 p.m., under the Dome in the library’s historic Waters Building. Kane will do dramatic readings of Poe classics such as The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart and The Masque of the Red Death. Presented in partnership with the Grand Opera House, Kane’s appearance at the library is part of the Grand’s artist-in-residence program, The Arts: The Other Basic Human Need.
The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler's interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women's sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. For more than twelve years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public.
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