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127 FCM COVER - Fox Cities Magazine

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JERRY MURPHY CLU, ChFC Jerry Murphy & Associates • Retirement Income Planning • 401(K) Rollovers • Estate Planning • Charitable Giving • Annuities • Mutual Funds • Advisory Services • Fee-Based Planning through LPL Financial • 529 Educational Planning 1047 NORTH LYNNDALE DR., SUITE 2B, APPLETON 920-739-5549 Securities and Advisory Services offered through LPL Financial. Member FINRA/SIPC. National Railroad Museum, Green Bay. 437-7625 Pullman Porters: From Service to Civil Rights ongoing. The life story of the porter, from working for the Pullman Company, to efforts to unionize. Housed in a Pullman sleeping car. Neenah Public Library, Neenah. 886-6310. Knitted Street Art Jun 11–Jul 4. Outdoor knitted art installations on the library ground and in the adjacent Shattuck Park. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-4460 Hometown Advantage: The Community and the Packers ongoing. Eight short films about this enduring & unique relationship. On the Edge of the Inland Sea ongoing. The history of Northeast WI from the last Ice Age to the mid-20th century. Badger Boys: Northeast Wisconsin & the Civil War thru Nov 6. Personal narratives provide insight into the experience of the Civil War. Oneida Nation Museum, Oneida. 869-2768 Oneida Nation Warriors, Honoring our Veterans ongoing. Learn of contributions to America by Oneida people in times of war & peace. A History of Iroquois Beadwork ongoing. VIroquois & Oneida beadwork, lace, basketry & other artwork. Wampum Diplomacy ongoing. Beads made of seashells & the clams. Oshkosh Public Museum. 236-5799 Signs of the Times thru Jul 24. A variety of notable & memorable neighborhood signs will be displayed, including brewery signage, business markers & banners. More than three dozen community signs on display, dating from the mid 19th century to contemporary. MuggleFest: A Harry Potter Collection Jul 1–Jul 31. This bewitching event transforms the Oshkosh Public Museum into Hogwarts, where you can attend a sorting hat ceremony, make your own wand & quill, predict the future in Divination, meet characters from the stories & solve magical messages. Paine Art Center and Gardens, Oshkosh. 235-6903 William Merritt Chase: Family Portraits Jun 11–Oct 9. First-ever exhibition highlighting the exquisite paintings of Chase’s wife & children. Two dozen family portraits from museums & private collections. Paper Discovery Center, Appleton. 380-7491 Health and Hygiene ongoing. How paper products help control the spread of germs. Working: Man, Woman and Machine: Deitrich Artwork Close Up ongoing. The works of former Lawrence University artist-in-residence Thomas Dietrich. Eleven paintings of 1950s papermaking operations in Appleton’s former Fox River Paper Mill. Tree to Tissue ongoing. How a tree is turned into a tissue. Purdy-Weissenborn Paper Lab ongoing. Make your own sheet of paper. A display of art shows the beauty that can be created using recycled paper & a variety of papermaking techniques. A Child’s View of Papermaking ongoing. A two-story paper machine. The 19th Century Atlas Mill Mona & Doug Dugal Exhibit ongoing. Photographic timeline. Peninsula Art School and Gallery, Fish Creek. 868-3455 Unruffled Views: The Dress as a Symbol thru July 9. Internationally- & nationallyrecognized artists, who have embraced the dress as a symbolic element, will display artwork portraying their views of women’s place in society. Paintings, photographs, metal & found object sculpture. Thrivent Gallery, Mosquito Hill Nature Center, New London. 779-6433 Herbaceous Plants: Artwork by Ken & Kerry Schaefer thru Jun 26. Ken documented some 300 species through photogram. Kerry incorporates plant materials & flowers into the papermaking process. Quilts: by Anita Carpenter Jul 9–10. Years of nature observations portrayed in quilts. Wisconsin Butterflies: Photography by Mike Reese Jul 16–Aug 28. Reese has spent many hours traveling the state & elsewhere to try to obtain photos of all the species that have ever been seen flying in Wisconsin. The Trout Museum of Art, Appleton. 733-4089 The Appleton Compassion Project thru Jun 30. A mosaic-style art project involving the 10,436 Appleton Area School District K-12 art students. June/July 2011 12 7 = Suitable for families with young children. = Reservation required.

Weis Earth Science Museum, Menasha. 832-2925 Dinosaur Den ongoing. A complete Psittacosaurus, a life-size skull replica of a Tyrannosaurus rex, & a thigh bone of a duck-bill dinosaur. Explore Mines & Minerals ongoing. Walk through a lead-mine tunnel, explore WI’s mining history, discover how Native Americans mined copper, learn how we use rocks & minerals. Wriston Art Center Galleries, Lawrence University, Appleton. 832-6621. Senior Art Exhibition thru Jul 30. Works by Lawrence senior art majors. community & cultural events JUNE 3–5 | 27th Annual Garden Fair Over 100 vendors, landscaping ideas, accessories, demos & presentations, music & food. Sa, 8am–4pm, Su, 9am–3pm. Green Bay Botanical Garden, Green Bay. 490-9457. 4 | Free Fishing Day 7 Join staff from the Heckrodt Wetland Reserve for fun activities & prizes. Bait supplied & some additional rods & reels to loan. 8am–12pm. Jefferson Park, Menasha. 720-9349. 4 & 5 | 19th Annual Thunder on the Lakeshore 7 Top military & professional aerobatic performers, military jets & helicopters. Sa, 7am–9pm; Su, 7am–5pm. Manitowoc County Airport, Manitowoc. 682-0043. 11 | 61st Flag Day Parade Because of construction, the parade will begin at State St. & College Ave., proceed east on College to Drew St. & end at Erb Park. 2pm. Downtown Appleton. 954-9112. 11 | Post Flag Day Parade Party A performance by the US Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team followed by a concert. 5–6:30pm. Appleton American Legion’s Don Hawkins Field, Appleton. 450-6907. 11 & 12 | StreetBall 3-on-3 7 Hoops tournament for all skill levels. Benefits Future Neenah, Inc.. 9am–7:30pm. Downtown Neenah. 722-1920. 18 | Stems: A Summer Solstice Selebration Wine tasting w/ hors d’oeuvres, raffle & live music by Neenah High School Jazz Artists. 6–9pm. Garden of the Fox Cities, Appleton. 993-1900. 25 & 26 | Civil War Reenactment 7 Join re-enactors for demonstrations, a fictional battle & parade. 10am–4:30pm. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay. 448-5150. 25 & 26 | Manitowoc River Rendezvous 7 Family fun activities. 9am–5:30pm. Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Manitowoc. 684-0218. 26 | Annual Juneteenth Celebration 7 Gospel presentations, followed by a Mayoral Proclamation about Juneteenth. Also music from Unified Soul, Unity the Band and performances from African American Stepping groups. Vendors, soul food & African cuisine. 10am–6pm. Houdini Plaza, downtown Appleton. 832-1564. 430 E NORTHLAND AVE, APPLETON 920-731-2913 Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat & Sun 10am-4pm FOX CITIES Magazine 13

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