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Animated light display with river-themes. Designed and built by area students at FVTC. Nightly, 5-9 pm (until 10 pm on Fri & Sat)
Fox Valley Figure Skating Club performance, incl. illuminated skate. Thomas Edison birthday celebration in the pavilion - learn about his inventions and life.
Candlelight walk, across Olde Oneida bridge and back,with Native American theme starts at Atlas Coffee Mill at 6:30pm. Kick-off event for animated light display.
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 largest nighttime parade in the Midwest returns for its 43rd year. This year's theme is "A Storybook Christmas" with over 75 entries competing, including floats, decorated vehicles, walking units, animal entries, and 18 marching bands.
The Parade will take place in downtown Appleton on College Ave. from State St. to Drew St. at approximately 6:20pm, following the 6pm Santa Scamper.
Bring donations of canned goods for the "Thrivent Cans Hunger" collection right before the parade. You can also donate your new, unused toys following the conclusion of the parade by visiting the Toys for Tots float at City Park.
Appvion will sponsor the Annual City of Appleton Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in City Park at approximately 7:45 p.m. immediately following the Christmas Parade. The event will include members of the Appleton East choirs singing Christmas carols, live animals, and Santa & Mrs. Claus handing out candy canes to the children. Additional music will be provided by Legend George.
Be sure to reserve a spot on the sidewalk (no earlier than noon Tues Nov 26).
The Hearthstone decorations reflect Victorian Christmas carols of the season. A special Edison exhibit will feature some of his Christmas Diamond Disc Records including the rare “Holiday Greetings From the Bunch at Orange” and “Let Us Not Forget” along with an original box of Edison electric Christmas lights.
Come enjoy a festive atmosphere, tasty refreshments, and holiday performances from local groups await you.
Performances by local musical, choral, and dance groups
See Santa arrive by helicopter at 6:30 p.m.
Just "Plane" Chocolate holiday treat sampling starts at 5:30 p.m.
Write letters to Santa and listen to your favorite holiday stories in our NEW Storytelling Area
EAA would like to thank presenting sponsor Oshkosh Corporation
Please visit AirVentureMuseum.org/Christmasintheair
or call 920-426-6169
Wednesday, November 20 | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn Hotel of Appleton | 150 S Nicolet Rd., Appleton
Presented by Kristen Kuratnick, DO and Stacey Grosnick, MPT of ThedaCare Orthopedics Plus
It’s Ladies Night! The boys are heading out to hunt so, put on your favorite heels and grab your friends! Step out and join us for an interesting evening that promises to be fun, as our specialists will help you find the best shoes that look and feel great! Great food and prizes! Please bring a pair of women’s shoes to donate to the Harbor House in Appleton. Question and answer session will follow the talk. Space is limited so register today!
History lessons redefined - narrated trolley rides of Wisconsin Avenue (depart from the corner of Main & Wisconsin at 1:15, 2:00, 2:45 and 3:30), costumed actors telling the story of Neenah's history, interactive history trunks, historic Neenah photo display boards in businesses and a scavenger hunt with prizes. Live the past - old time bartenders, antique cars, children's games and more.
The Trout Museum of Art’s 54th annual Art at the Park celebrates the extraordinary talents of nearly 200 artists representing multiple states who showcase and sell paintings, furniture, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and more.
In addition to visiting artists exhibiting and selling artwork amidst the majestic trees of Appleton’s historic City Park, visitors will enjoy activities in the interior of the park including superb bands highlighting local musicians, strolling musicians, engaging hands-on children’s art activities including face painting, a beer and wine garden and mouthwatering foods.
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