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Life on the Great Lakes will be the topic as the Door County Maritime Museum presents the second of its five Maritime Speaker Series programs on Thursday evening, Dec. 5, at 7 pm at the Sturgeon Bay museum.
Captain Gary Schmidt partnered with Warren Gerds to author the recently released book “Real, Honest Sailing with a Great Lakes Captain.” Both will be on hand to discuss the book and Schmidt’s long tenure on the lakes and his ties to Sturgeon Bay. The book is going into its fourth printing since August.
For information: www.dcmm.org
Join us for our monthly meeting and a special program presented by our club president, Bill Grogan, on The Women of Ireland. Various fascinating women will be discussed, including the ancient goddesses, Queen Maeve, St. Brigid, pirate Grace O'Malley, Countess Markievicz and her role in the 1916 uprising, W.B. Yeats' love Maud Gonne and recent president Mary McAleese.
Topic: Civil Rights Era
Located at 233 E. College Ave. Free-for-all theme: Book I got for Christmas.
Need help with the Health Insurance Marketplace?
Staff from Partnership Community Health Center will be stationed on the library's 2nd floor to answer your questions and provide assistance with applications.
Dates: Tuesday, November 26 and Tuesday, December 10 from 2-4pm. To contact Partnership Community Health Center directly call, 920-731-7445.
Nicole Dersé CNC, functional and nutritional medicine clinician and founder of the Center for Optimal Health in Sturgeon Bay will discuss Blood Sugar issues on Thursday, November 21 at 1 pm at Greens N' Grains in Egg Harbor.
Rather than simply papering-over symptoms with medications, Nicole Derse CNC will provide a set of step-by-step dietary and lifestyle changes that will reverse insulin resistance and re-balance your biology.
"By following this plan," Nicole says, "Your weight will drop off and you will automatically regain your health. The Blood Sugar Solution is about far more than weight loss; it's about taking back your health and your life. People who follow this type of dietary and lifestyle change not only lose weight but reduce their systolic blood pressure, their fatigue evaporates and they have more energy than they have felt in years. Their joint and muscle pain vanishes, their mood and sleep improves, their brain fog is eliminated and a deep sense of well-being sets in."
In the era of globalization competitive advantage is at a premium, and how we manage our people remains a differentiating factor. Understanding how national culture affects management style can be a key strategy for organizations in the United States, especially if expansion overseas is being considered. This lecture explores five dimensions of national culture that have an impact on how organizations might manage most effectively across countries: power distance, individualism, masculinity, uncertainty avoidance, and long- versus short-term focus.
Our journeying through space is deeply embedded in our national identity. The American appetite for travel and expanded horizons is explored by looking to our literature, maps, advertisements, and art.
Within the desert landscapes of southern Utah, some surprising fossils have been found – fossils of fish, turtles, sharks, and large marine reptiles called plesiosaurs! Parts of Utah were covered by a vast ocean about 90 million years ago, creating the perfect environment for marine life. So just how big was this ocean? What kinds of fossils are found in Utah and just how were they preserved? And what does a paleontologist do with these fossils? We will address all of these questions as we explore this ancient ocean.
How do political television commercials inform and persuade citizens? Political television ads that accuse rival candidates of flip-flopping will be analyzed using Kenneth Burke's theory of form. Romantic comedy films will be used as the example to explain how the theory operates. Examples from popular music (Katy Perry) and professional sports (Brett Favre) will be provided to further probe the content of flip-flop messages.
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