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This quirky festival commemorates the piece of space debris
from Russian Sputnik IV that landed here in Manitowoc on Sept 6, 1962. Festivities include family activities, costume contest, Miss Space Debris
Sample more than 75 different Microbrews from around Wisconsin. Bring a canned or boxed good to support local food pantries. Information: manitowocjaycees.org
Uncorked & Uncapped is Rotary's annual wine and beer tasting. This benefits our community-based activities such as Arrowhead Park Development, Habitat for Humanity, Brigade's Christmas Giving & more.
This year's event theme is "Wines from Classic Grapes."
Enjoy wine and art at the all new Thelma Center for the Arts in downtown Fond du Lac! Discover great wines from around the world and tasty Hors D 'Oeuvres while taking in featured art and meeting many people who love doing the same. This annual signature wine tasting event offers over 100 different wines and carefully selected beers from around the world with unlimited tastings.
Monday, January 13
featuring Doris & Bill Olson
Acoustic Instrumental Music
Cost $2.00 and a dish to pass
Sign up at the Thompson Center front desk or call
The effort to re-create one of aviation history’s most beautiful but unproven designs will be the highlight presentation at EAA’s annual Wright Brothers Memorial Banquet on Friday, December 13, at the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh. This year’s banquet will commemorate the 110th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ first powered flight at Kitty Hawk, N.C.
Join us as EAA member Scotty Wilson describes his quest to build a full-scale, flyable reproduction of the Bugatti 100P racer, “the most historically significant airplane that never flew.”
For more information, visit eaa.org/news/2013/2013-10-31_bugatti-100p-reproduction-to-highlight-eaa-wright-brothers-banquet
Dare to Dream Theatre is hosting a fun, interactive, "Who Dunnit" Mystery Dinner Event that is sure to please!
Be among the characters at the mystical and murderous social event of the year when the Immortal Court gathers for an evening of magic, intrigue, backstabbing and betrayal. Mingle with the Royalty of the Mage Guild, Were Clans, Vampyr Houses and Fae Court, along with the mortal watchers assigned to keep the Hidden Worlds hidden. Possibly even some stowaway humans looking for an enchanting time.
But beware. Murder most foul is about to be committed. The villan will be among the guests! Who can be trusted?
Prepare to be immersed in an exciting evening of treachery, murder, magic spells, a tantalizing menu, wicked beverages, prizes and more.
Will you be the one to solve the murder?
The Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the November Business & Breakfast, “Hospitality…It’s not just for ‘hotels & restaurants,” on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at the F.K. Bemis Conference Center, St. Norbert College, 100 Grant St., De Pere.
Every industry should incorporate concepts of hospitality and customer service to enrich the customer experience. Learn how to earn the loyalty of patrons by creating an uncommon level of hospitality that will influence their perception of your business. Eric Dordel of Prevea Health, executive director of customer service, will discuss 12 simple concepts of hospitality that can be implemented into any business, regardless of industry. The presentation is geared toward supervisors, managers, leaders, customer advocates, front line staff, trainers and anyone interested in increasing a loyal customer base for their business.
The event begins with a full breakfast buffet and networking, followed by the program from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Valley Insurance Associates, Inc. is sponsoring the event.
AFCS founded and is hosting the Ethics in Business Awards to foster a climate of ethical integrity in northeast Wisconsin, to heighten awareness of AFCS within the business community and to raise funds for AFCS’s healing work.
Lt. Col. David Jones of West Point Military Academy, is the keynote speaker for the sixth annual Ethics in Business Awards luncheon. Jones serves as the chair for Character Development at the Simon Center for the Professional Military Ethic (SCPME) at West Point, after recently retiring from 28 years of active duty in the Army. Several years ago, Jones completed a one year deployment to Afghanistan where he served as the Senior Mentor/Team Chief to the Superintendent at the National Military Academy in Afghanistan (NMAA) which graduated its first officers into the Afghan National Army in January 2009. Jones has received numerous honors and medals for his service. He has earned both a master of science in Leadership and Counseling from Long Island University, and a military master of arts and sciences in Leadership from the Command and General Staff College.
Learn about America's Greatest Inventor and all he achieved. Jim Lenz will replicate some of Thomas Edison's marvels as well as perform other interactive scientific demonstrations that will seem like magic.
This program will begin with a dinner from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., followed by a program from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
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