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Make your very own holiday ornament at the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve in Suamico.
It’s a fun filled activity the whole family will enjoy doing together! The workshop focuses on using cross-sections of tree trunks as the base of the ornament. Let your creativity flow while creating a memory that you will be reminded of each Christmas season. All materials will be
provided. Just bring along your creativity!
Enjoy the virtuoso keyboard playing of Dick Cayer along with the soarng vocals of Patt Bray as they host this special holiday performance at the ARTgarage.
Santa, and his reindeer are back, outside the Ephraim Village Hall, 1:00pm-4:00pm. Beat the winter chill inside the Village Hall where hot chili and soup made fresh by Chef's Hat Café and Summer Kitchen will be available for purchase beginning at noon. Cookie exchange plates for sale will feature an assortment of homemade holiday treats.
The Ephraim Moravian Church welcomes you to share the Advent season, 11:00am-2:00pm. Learn about the holiday traditions of Door County's oldest church - trim candles, make stars and view nativity scenes. Purchase large or small Moravian stars, tour the sanctuary, and visit their Sweets for the Holidays sale featuring homemade candy and baked goods.
Children's activities begin at the Ephraim Library 11:30am-12:30pm, with Christmas themed children's stories and a craft. Mayberry's horse-drawn wagon will be outside the library from 1:30pm-3:30pm for rides along Eagle Harbor's shoreline.
From 12:30pm-3:30pm children get creative with a holiday craft inside the Village Hall. Kids may also frost their own holiday sugar cookies. Heritage games such as shuffleboard, pick-up sticks and tiddly winks will be played, courtesy of the Ephraim Historical Foundation.
From 3:45pm-4:30pm enjoy Christmas carols and a Family Sing-Along featuring holiday classics in the village hall, sponsored by the Ephraim Historical Foundation.
There is no cost of admission, but participants are encouraged to bring a paper good or non-perishable food item donation for Koinonia Kupboard at Sister Bay's First Baptist Church. The food shelf serves Northern Door County and is open to anyone in need Monday through Thursday, 9:00am-4:00pm, year-round. There is exceptional need for personal care products and paper goods such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet paper, dish soap, paper towels, napkins and soap.
You are cordially invited to celebrate the holiday season over a warm bowl of chili and the sounds of the season.... plus a bucket raffle, silent auction, special visit from Santa and a great winter concert from the grade 6 - 12 bands and the grade 6 - 12 choirs. Chili dinner runs from 4 pm to 6:30 pm and the winter concert starts at 7 pm.
The concert will feature 50+ boys from the Green Bay Area commuity ranging in ages from 6-18. The boys wil perform a program of Ancient chant, songs from many countries and cultures, glorious Christmas and Hanukah songs as well as ethnic and contemporary songs from the movie genre.
The concert will feature 100 girls in four choirs from the Green Bay and surrounding communities ranging in ages from 6-18. The girls will perform a variety of traditional and non-traditional holiday favorites.
Head to the Daily Buzz or the Urban Frog and catch a free Green Bay Metro bus for the Downtown Holiday Lights Tour! Enjoy a drive through Downtown, Olde Main Street, On Broadway and the Astor Neighborhoods. See the best in holiday lights.
December 2 @ 6:30 St. Mary Central High School/Seton Catholic Middle School Choir Concert
December 4 @ 6:30 St. Mary Elementary School Concert
December 9 @ 6:30 St. Gabriel Elementary School Concert
December 11 @ 6:30 St. Margaret Mary Elementary School Concert
December 14 @ 6:30 St. Mary Central High School Band Concert
December 15 @ 6:30 Seton Catholic Middle School Band Concert
The event will include music, food and cultural education. It is free and open to the public.
Kwanzaa is a seven-day celebration designed to celebrate African heritage and cultural values. It was created by Maulana Karenga in 1966. A key theme of the celebration is Kujichagulia, or self-determination—the right to define, name, create and speak for oneself.
Sing along with Santa, hear ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and see some Christmas magic. No registration necessary – just drop in! Come early on Tuesday to hear the Oshkosh West Madrigal Singers perform at 6 p.m.
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