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Today is August 29, 2015 - Hobart, WI 54155  

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Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

  • - Learn about the archery tactics that our Scheels Experts use and teach every day. Get a chance to shoot a real bow and arrow! Cost is ALWAYS FREE for ages 4-12. Registration is not required, but appreciated. You may register at customer service or by emailing EventsAP@scheels.com. Registering for Kids Klub gets you entered in a drawing for a $10 Scheels gift card.
    Scheels
    4301 W. Wisconsin Ave. Appleton WI 54913
    Lori Edwards 920.830.2977 ljedwards@scheels.com
  • - Hobart Village Board Mtg. 6 PM
     
           
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    ASH Village Planning Board Mtg., 5:30PM

     
           
  • | Schools and Education
    - ASH First Day of Class
     
           

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

  • | 4:00pm - 7:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Check out the vendors(new ones added each week), grab some dinner and enjoy the music of various artists!
    Bellin Health Plaza Parking Lot next to Allouez Village Hall
    1920 Libal St.

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Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

  • | 6:00pm - 8:00pm | Local Events, Book signing, Department Store, Michael Leannah, Lauerman Brothers, Free
    - 6:00 pm Education Center and Gift Store open for book purchase

    6:30 pm Presentation with signing to follow

    Admission is FREE

    Heritage Hill is hosting author Michael Leannah for the presentation and signing of his book, "Something for Everyone: Memories of Lauerman Brothers Department Store." As it brings to life the people who worked and shopped at Lauermans, "Something for Everyone" tells the larger story of the golden age of department stores in the United States and transports readers back to their own favorite shopping destinations.

    In 1890, the Lauerman brothers opened a general store in the lumber-boom town of Marinette, Wisconsin. The business prospered, and soon the brothers abandoned their small quarters on Main Street for a magnificent department store on Dunlap Square in the heart of Marinette. Thanks to the Lauermans' devotion to offering diverse merchandise, superior customer service, and employee loyalty, the store would remain a lively, vital part of the Marinette fabric for nearly 100 years. And with later stores and businesses in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Iowa, the company's influence would reach far beyond northeastern Wisconsin.

    "Something for Everyone" traces the history of the Lauerman enterprise and its importance to the community of Marinette and dozens of countries in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula. A Marinette native and onetime Lauermans employee himself, author Michael Leannah draws on his extensive research and interviews with former staff and customers to create a unique tapestry of family, business, and community history. He takes readers on a nostalgic tour of the store's most memorable and delightful features, from the plethora of merchandise offered to the record-listening booths to the famous "frosted malt" ice cream cones.

    Michael Leannah has had a long career in the public schools of Milwaukee and Sheboygan. His stories for children have been published in magazines in the United States and in Australia; his radio plays have won national awards and have been performed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and elsewhere. In 2007, he edited "Well! Reflections on the Life and Career of Jack Benny." Leannah grew up in Marinette, WI, within walking distance of Lauermans Department Store. He now lives with his family in Sheboygan, WI.
    Heritage Hill State Historical Park
    2640 S. Webster Ave Green Bay WI 54301
  • | 6:00pm - | Local Events, Book signing, Department Store, Michael Leannah, Lauerman Brothers, Free
    - 6:00 pm Education Center and Gift Store open for book purchase

    6:30 pm Presentation with signing to follow

    Admission is FREE

    Heritage Hill is hosting author Michael Leannah for the presentation and signing of his book, "Something for Everyone: Memories of Lauerman Brothers Department Store." As it brings to life the people who worked and shopped at Lauermans, "Something for Everyone" tells the larger story of the golden age of department stores in the United States and transports readers back to their own favorite shopping destinations.

    In 1890, the Lauerman brothers opened a general store in the lumber-boom town of Marinette, Wisconsin. The business prospered, and soon the brothers abandoned their small quarters on Main Street for a magnificent department store on Dunlap Square in the heart of Marinette. Thanks to the Lauermans' devotion to offering diverse merchandise, superior customer service, and employee loyalty, the store would remain a lively, vital part of the Marinette fabric for nearly 100 years. And with later stores and businesses in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Iowa, the company's influence would reach far beyond northeastern Wisconsin.

    "Something for Everyone" traces the history of the Lauerman enterprise and its importance to the community of Marinette and dozens of countries in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula. A Marinette native and onetime Lauermans employee himself, author Michael Leannah draws on his extensive research and interviews with former staff and customers to create a unique tapestry of family, business, and community history. He takes readers on a nostalgic tour of the store's most memorable and delightful features, from the plethora of merchandise offered to the record-listening booths to the famous "frosted malt" ice cream cones.

    Michael Leannah has had a long career in the public schools of Milwaukee and Sheboygan. His stories for children have been published in magazines in the United States and in Australia; his radio plays have won national awards and have been performed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and elsewhere. In 2007, he edited "Well! Reflections on the Life and Career of Jack Benny." Leannah grew up in Marinette, WI, within walking distance of Lauermans Department Store. He now lives with his family in Sheboygan, WI.
    Heritage Hill State Historical Park
    2640 S. Webster Ave Green Bay WI 54301
  • - Farmer's Market Festival Foods De Pere 7AM - 12PM Every Tues. thru mid Oct.
     
           

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

Friday, September 11th, 2015

  • | All Day | NATL - National Holidays
    - Patriot Day falls on 11th September (also commonly known as ‘Nine-Eleven’) and is remembered globally as the anniversary of the catastrophic terrorist attacks on the USA of 11th September 2001.

    Embedded in the memories of everyone who lived through it, this was the day four jet planes were hijacked and crashed into the New York World Trade Center and the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, causing the deaths of 2,977 people. The fourth plane (United Airlines Flight 93) was directed at Washington DC, but its passengers bravely attempted to take back control and it crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

    The large majority of those lost after the attacks on the Twin Towers were working at or above the points of collision; thousands of people who had gone to work that morning like every other day, found themselves suddenly stranded at the top of a burning skyscraper. A number made the choice to jump from the flaming buildings rather than wait to be caught by the flames or for the building to collapse. No one could forget the terrifying and heartbreaking stories and images captured by the news footage of the day.

    In the wake of the World Trade Center collisions, many brave men and women from the emergency services risked their lives to try to help rescue victims of the attacks, and of them 411 lost their own lives attempting to fight fires and rescue people.

    Patriot Day is recognized by US law as the official day of remembrance for these tragic events, and has been observed every year since. Each year on this day, American flags are flown at half-staff to honour and commemorate those lives lost. The US President asks fellow Americans to observe a moment of silence at 8.46am (Eastern Daylight Time), the time of the first plane collision into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

    While the events took place within the USA, the shock and grief experienced in response to the attacks was shared across the globe, and for this reason Patriot Day will be observed not only in America, but all over the world
     
           

Saturday, September 12th, 2015

  • | 10:00am - 4:30pm | Special Interest, harvest, history, local events, family event
    - Come celebrate the end of the seasonal harvest at Heritage Hill. Help with chores at the farm and see what fresh fruits and vegetables are in the farm kitchen and what recipes are being made. Stop by each of the gardens to view our bountiful harvest. Watch local beer brewers make beer from hops grown here at Heritage Hill in the summer kitchen. Visitors can help make sauerkraut with crops from our fields. Make a seasonal print at the print shop and check out what the blacksmith is making. Do not miss the Fur Trade area to find out how the fur traders prepared for the cold season. Meet local artisans and see their seasonal arts and crafts. View Heritage Hill’s quilt collection and see the Evergreen Quilters of Green Bay make quilts. Kids, make your own scarecrow craft to take home and more!

    Heritage Hill is looking for individuals who would like to help us celebrate the seasonal harvest. We are looking for artisans, craftsmen, seasonal food items, and gardeners looking to show off their best of harvest. If you are interested or for more information, visit our website. Participants must register in advance.

    Regular admission rates apply: Adults $10, Seniors (62+) $9, Children (4-15) $7, Children (3 and under) FREE
    Heritage Hill State Historical Park
    2640 S. Webster Ave Green Bay WI 54301
  • | 10:00am - 4:30pm | Special Interest, harvest, history
    Heritage Hill State Historical Park
    2640 S. Webster Ave Green Bay WI 54301
  • - Heritage Hill Harvest Fest  448-5150
     
           
  • - GB Botanical Garden Art Harvest/Fall Family Festival,9AM-4PM, 490-9457
     
           
  • - Brown County Historical Society "If Tombstones Could Talk" Woodlawn Cemetery 3PM, 437-1840
     
           

Sunday, September 13th, 2015

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    ASH Recycling Week A

     
           
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    GB Botanical Garden Grandparent's Day,9AM-5PM,
    490-9457

     
           
  • | All Day | NATL - National Holidays
    - The impetus for a National Grandparents Day originated with Marian McQuade, a housewife in Fayette County, West Virginia. Her primary motivation was to champion the cause of lonely elderly in nursing homes. She also hoped to persuade grandchildren to tap the wisdom and heritage their grandparents could provide. President Jimmy Carter, in 1978, proclaimed that National Grandparents Day would be celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Labor Day.
     
           

Monday, September 14th, 2015

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

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    Hobart Village Board Mtg. 6 PM

     
           
  • | All Day | Daily Specials
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    Eric Deehring 920.737.8799 edeehring@yahoo.com
  • | All Day | NATL - National Holidays
    - Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. The Biblical name for this holiday is Yom Teruah or the Feast of Trumpets. It is the first of the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora'im ("Days of Awe") which usually occur in the early autumn of the Northern Hemisphere. Rosh Hashanah is a two-day celebration, which begins on the first day of Tishrei. Tishrei is the first month of the Jewish civil year, but the seventh month of the ecclesiastical year.

    The day is said to be the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, the first man and woman, and their first actions toward the realization of humanity's role in God's world. Rosh Hashanah customs include sounding the shofar (a hollowed-out ram's horn) and eating symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey to evoke a "sweet new year".

    This year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset on September 13th and ends on the evening of September 15th. During Rosh Hashanah services, and at the end of Yom Kippur, the shofar is blown like a trumpet. Hearing the shofar's call is a reminder for us to look inward and repent for the sins of the past year.
     
           

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