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127 FCM COVER - Fox Cities Magazine

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JULY 1 | Smith Park Dance Revival Relieve the tradition of park dances from the ‘60s & ‘70s. Sponsored by Youth Go. 7–10pm. Smith Park, Menasha. 722-1435. 3 | Parade of Lights 7 Starts at Riverside Park in Neenah & moves to Downtown Menasha. 9:15pm. 722-1920. 4 | Celebrate the 4th! 7 Find out how the 4th of July was celebrated in the mid- 1800s with demonstrations & activities. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay. 448-5150. 9 | U.S.O. Swing Dance 7–10pm. National Railroad Museum, Green Bay. 437-7623. 9 | Ladies’ Fest Von Stiehl Winery hosts a night of pampering & music by the Mulligans, w/ shopping opportunities & sangria on tap. 11am–7pm. Von Stiehl Winery, Algoma. 487-5208. 9 & 10 | World War II Reenactment 9am–5pm. National Railroad Museum, Green Bay. 437-7623. 10 | Faire on the Green Artists & craftspeople from throughout the state. Antiques, imported & retail items on the corner of Elmwood Avenue & Congress Street. 9am–4pm. Paine Art Center, Oshkosh. 235-6903. 14 | Oneida Farmers Market Bash 7 Fresh produce, plants, crafts, jewelry, & more along with live music, demonstrations, games, prizes & giveaways. 12–6pm. Oneida Farmers Market, Oneida. 819-1933. 15 & 16 | The Gathering Space Jeweler’s Market Gorgeous & affordable hand-made jewelry on display & available for purchase. 4pm; Sa, 10am–4pm. The Gathering Space, Omro. 685-2094. When Dudley Birder organized the St. Norbert Music Theatre program in 1962, he provided not only summer entertainment but a use for the college’s Webb Theatre. This summer, the performance company celebrates 50 years of just that. “We had a beautiful facility that we didn’t use,” Birder says. “And back then we were the only show in town in the summer.” The later statement is no longer true, but over the past five decades the program has built up a loyal following that has filled St. Norbert’s Webb and Walter theaters with approximately 500,000 guests at more than 790 performances. From the first production, Little Mary Sunshine, to this year’s Man of La Mancha and The Phantom of the Opera, Music Theatre has presented Broadway-caliber shows with the area’s best local talents. There has been much anticipation about gaining the rights to perform this summer’s shows, and Birder says that each production offers a different atmosphere. La Mancha will show at the smaller, more intimate Webb Theatre, while The Phantom production will play at Walter Theatre and use a more extravagant set.“We will never have done a show as extensive, as elaborate or as big, and we’re going to do it right,” Birder says. Performing arts is a family affair for the Birders. Dudley’s father taught theater at Notre Dame and the University of Minnesota, and his children, James and Alicia, have been involved in the St. Norbert Music Theatre since they were young. This summer Alicia will be directing La Mancha and James will be at the helm of Phantom. “We got lucky,” Birder says. “There is great excitement about the show, and no other amateur theaters in the area have done it before.” Man of La Mancha will be presented at 8pm on June 17; 7:30pm on June 18, 24, 25 and 30; and 3pm on June 19, 22, 26 and 29. Performances of The Phantom of the Opera will be performed at 8pm on July 28; 7:30pm on July 29 and 30 and August 2–6; and 3pm on July 31 and August 7. Tickets are available online at tickets.snc.edu or at the SNC Box Office. — By Karilyn Robinson 16 | Evening by the Lake Live music, heavy hors d’oeuvres & amazing views. 6–9pm. Bergstrom- Mahler Museum, Neenah. 751-4658. 16 | 6th Annual Neenah Classic Boat Show 7 Different kinds of boats dating back to the 1940s & vendors from Neenah’s Farmers Market. 9am–2pm. Shattuck Park, Neenah. 886-6060. 21 | Annual Cemetery Walk Presented by the Neenah Historical Society. 6:30pm. Oakhill Cemetery, Neenah. 729-0244. 30 & 31 | Laura Ingalls Wilder Days 7 The Little House on the Prairie books come to life through games & activities. 10am–4:30pm. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay. 448-5150. June/July 2011 14

fundraisers JUNE 4 | Bark in the Park A “Walk for Kindness,” vendors, pet parade, music & refreshments. 8am–12pm. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, Appleton. 733-1717. 18 | Garden Discoveries: An Educational Garden Tour Tour 8 gardens in the Fox Cities along w/ local art. Proceeds go to the Community Garden Partnership. Sponsored by the Outagamie County Master Gardeners Association. 10am–4pm. 968-8332. 20 | Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley 4th Annual Benefit Golf Outing 10am. Ridgeway Country Club, Neenah. 734-9603. 25 | Men Who Cook for Christine Ann An evening of unforgettable food by over 50 community chefs. Proceeds go to Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services. 6–10pm. UW Oshkosh Reeve Union, Oshkosh. 729-5727. JULY 7 | Hops on the Hill Beer & Food Tasting Fundraiser Sample over 30 craft beers & food from 10 different eateries, auction & more! Proceeds go to Heritage Hill Educational Programming. 6–8:30pm. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay. 448-5150. 16 | Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley 21st Annual Garden Walk Tour 8 gardens & the 2011 Paper Valley Garden Club’s Standard Flower Show. 10am–5pm. Various Fox Cities Gardens. 734-9603. 24 | 24th Annual Best Friends Gourmet Bike Tour Gourmet Picnic to follow. 7am–4pm. St. Mary Central High School, Neenah. 729-5600. lectures, readings & presentations JUNE 8 | Natural History Lecture Series: Birds of the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary 6:30–8pm. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-7851. 15 | Poetry Night: Karla Huston Open reading followed by featured reader. 6:30–8pm. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-7851. 29 | In Defense of Liberty & Freedom: A View from the Wisconsin Volunteer in the Civil War As part of the Civil War Lecture Series, Thomas J. Rowland discusses ideological motifs in relation to Wisconsin servicemen in the Civil War. 6:30pm–8pm. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-7851. JULY 13 | American Birds of Prey–from South to North America Part of the Natural History Lecture Series. 6:30–8pm. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-7851. 20 | Poetry Night: Ray Walters Open reading followed by featured reader. 6:30–8pm. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-7851. 21 | Natural Step Webinar Series Sustainable Fox Valley & Fox Valley Technical College present speakers and motivational leaders in sustainability. 1–2pm. Sustainable Technology Center Room, Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton. 739-7307. 27 | Johnny Reb, Billy Yank & Barack Obama: Race & Remembrance in Arlington National Cemetery Part of the Civil War Lecture Series, Vincent Lowery discusses the nation’s feelings about the Civil War today. 6:30–8pm. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-7842. WHERE GOOD BEGINNINGS LAST A LIFETIME... TOM & SHERRI SCHNEIDER, OWNERS • Family owned & operated • Trained professional staff • Licensed to care for children 6 wks. to 7 yrs. • Nutritious meals & snacks Please call for enrollment availability and a personal tour. www.childschoicelearningcenter.com 1800 S. LAWE ST., APPLETON • 738-7770 Next to Kitz & Pfeil Hardware Hours: 6am – 6pm LOLA OLSON, ASST. DIRECTOR Craig Smith LUTCF, FBS ife insurance is a tool that allows us Lto express our love for our family, our concern for our employees and our desire to give to our community. It may eliminate wasted time spent feeling guilty, or powerless. We sell this tool. Debra Hackel-Gostas Retained Earnings Company CLU, ChFC 1977 American Drive, Neenah (920)720-5678 www.retainedearnings.com Craig Smith and Debra Hackel-Gostas is/are a registered representative(s) of and offers securities and investment advisory services through MML Investors Services, LLC. Member SIPC 525 Junction Road, Suite 8100 North Madison, WI 53717 (608) 829-0015. Retained Earnings Company is not a subsidiary or affiliate of MML Investors Services, LLC or its affiliated companies. FOX CITIES Magazine 15

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