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The parade will be a tribute the United States Marines Corps and honor the many faces of freedom. The event will feature military units and military marching bands from throughout the nation. It will include about 100 total units consisting of veterans' organizations, scout troops, patriotic floats, decorated vehicles, walking units and area marching bands.
This family-friendly celebration of the Lunar New Year (the Year of the Horse) features multicultural activities including traditional paper lantern making, a photo booth where attendees can try on traditional Eastern outfits and Vietnamese bamboo dance.
Children will receive a “passport,” which they can fill with stickers from each station. From 8-9 p.m., various guest artists will entertain with performances of traditional Hmong dance, Lion Dance and Korean “K-pop” music and dance. Free and open to the public.
The 2014 Spring Thaw Symposium – "Chic Gardening - Green & Glamorous" will be held on Saturday, April 5 featuring Kelly D. Norris, Rich Eyre and Jeff Epping.
Hey Kids – Call Santa!
Monday December 9 - Thursday December 12th.
By special arrangement with the North Pole the Neenah-Menasha Noon Optimist Club is again offering its annual Santa Phone.
On Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m., Santa will be arriving* with the help of the Eagle III transport helicopter! Watch him land across the street from the NEW Zoo before he heads to the Mayan Taste of the Tropics Restaurant for breakfast. Holiday music will be provided to keep you in the spirit of the season. Join him for all you can eat pncakes & porkies.
This is the perfect event for you to meet with Santa to update your Christmas wish list! Holiday Fest will be held at the NEW Zoo on December 13th and 14th. Santa will be here on Friday and Saturday evening and you can join him for Breakfast on the morning of the 14th. Take advantage of big savings in the Paws and Claws Gift Shop!
On Friday & Saturday night, take a hrose-drawn wagon ride through the woods between 5-8pm. The ride is $3 per person and operates as weather permits.
* Contingent on weather and medical transport needs.
The UW-Green Bay Chorale and Concert Choir, together with the Green Bay Choral Artists, will present “Holidays Through the Centuries” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 at the Cofrin Family (main) Hall of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the UW-Green Bay campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive.
The concert will include holiday classics from such composers as Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, G. F. Handel, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Michael Praetorius and more. Audiences can look forward to familiar favorites including “Lo! How a Rose E’er Blooming,” “Ding Dong! Merrily on High,” Randall Thompson’s “Alleluia” and various arrangements of “O Magnum Mysterium.” Other highlights will include “A Musicological Journey through the Twelve Days of Christmas” by composer Craig Courtney, and “In Dulci Jubilo” from the 14th century German (Harm. B. Gesius/J.S. Bach). The concert’s grand finale will feature the combined choirs with the University’s Phoenix Brass Ensemble, performing Daniel Pinkham’s “Christmas Cantata.”
Sing along with Santa, hear ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and see some Christmas magic. No registration necessary – just drop in!
Tues., Dec. 10
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Lower level meeting room
Wed., Dec. 11
9 to 10:30 a.m.
Lower level – under the skylight
The Aria singers of the Oshkosh Youth Choir will perform a holiday concert and community carol sing-along under the dome in the library’s historic Waters Building (enter on 2nd floor). The event is free and the audience will be invited to sing along to familiar holiday carols.
Santa Claus will make his annual visit to the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay to gather gift requests from area children. He will welcome children aboard the tugboat John Purves, the Museum’s 94-year-old in-water exhibit, from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Santa’s visit offers a double treat for the children since it not only presents an opportunity to see Santa, but to also step aboard an historic tugboat.
Once on board the 149-foot tugboat, Santa will eagerly accept children’s Christmas wishes. However, due to the cramped conditions on the vessel, only two adults will be permitted to escort the children. While they wait, children will be entertained by holiday videos in the Museum’s Reddin Bridge Room.
The event will be held in conjunction with the Museum’s Merry-Time Festival of Trees and will provide the public with a special opportunity to see the trees.
Fox Valley Figure Skating Club performance, incl. illuminated skate. Thomas Edison birthday celebration in the pavilion - learn about his inventions and life.
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