Community Calendar for 7/16/18 to 7/23/18
Antigo Area Community Food Pantry July 18th 11am-1pm (Wednesdays) & July 20th 1pm-3pm (Fridays), 2120 Progress Blvd., Antigo (715) 623-1103.
Elcho Area Community Food Pantry July 16th & July 23rd 10:30am-12:30pm (Mon.), July 18th 4-6pm (Wed.), 11224 Antigo St., Elcho. Call (715) 610-5886 for more information.
Grill Masters Wanted for the Northwood’s Triple Crown BBQ Contest. Win $1,500 in prize money and more. The event is at the Langlade County Fairgrounds on August 11th. Log on to NorthwoodsTripleCrown.com for complete details.
Camp Invention July 16th-20th 9am-3:30pm All Saints Catholic School, 419 Sixth Avenue, Antigo. Camp Invention – Antigo is for kids entering K-6th grade in Fall 2018. Back for its 5th year, Camp Invention is hosted at All Saints Catholic School but is a national science and technology curriculum, and not religious education. Children are presented with fun, hands-on challenges that encourage creative problem solving, teamwork, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Camp Invention is led by experienced local teachers and new curriculum is introduced each year, inspired by the Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame! For more information, please call 715-623-4835.
Antigo Gymnastics Camp July 16th-20th Antigo High School Fieldhouse, 1900 10th Ave., Antigo. 9-11am For Preschool, ages 4-6 and Beginner & Level 2, ages 7 & up. Cost $110. This session is for any boy or girl who has had little to no gymnastics experience. Gymnasts will learn the basics while being exposed to new equipment & drills. Each day the groups will practice floor, bars, beam & vault. Noon-4:30pm will be the Competitive Program, Level 3-High School. Cost $130. The afternoon session is specially designed for any gymnast who has had experience competing at any level. Groups will be divided by levels and skills. Each gymnast will get one-on-one attention on floor, bars, beam & vault from experienced clinicians. Please call 715-219-5588 with any questions.
Pearson-Pickerel Lions Club Golf Fundraiser July 16th 9am-6pm Maplewood Golf Course, N9240 Hwy. 55, Pickerel. Play 9 or 18 holes, plus dinner and raffles to support area needs. For more information, please call Maplewood Golf Course at 715-484-4653 or go to http://www.maplewoodgolfcourse.com.
Shipwrecked Vacation Bible School July 16th-20th 9am-Noon Trinity Lutheran Church, 1741 Forest Ave., Wabeno. All children 3 years old and up to entering the 6th grade are welcome to attend. Always free. Bring a friend. Register by going to www.trinityrisensavior.com or call 715-473-5633. Last minute walk-ins welcome.
Vacation Bible School at Ascension Lutheran Church July 16th-19th 5:30-8pm each evening. Ascension is located at 1412 Neva Road, Antigo, on Highway 45, just one block south of the fairgrounds. Open to all children 3 years old through Grade 8. Bible activities, songs, crafts, games, supper, and snacks. All free! VBS is a fun way to learn about God and His love. To register: Call the church office at 715-627-2232, Call or text Pastor Mike Spaude at 715-610-2724, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to our website: www.ascensionantigo.com. Please provide the following information when you register: parent’s name, address, phone, child’s name and grade in school. Hope to see you there!
Music in the Park – Thunder Country (Country) July 16th Food & pies starting at 5:30pm; concerts start 6:30pm. City Park West, 700 block of Aurora St., Antigo. Bring your lawn chairs & listen to the Music in the Park! Concerts held every Monday & Thursday, June-August. In the event of severe weather, concerts are held at the Heinzen Pavilion in Peaceful Valley. Free admission. For more information, please call 715-627-1014.
Monday Night Women’s Road Bike Ride July 16th & July 23rd 5:30pm Langlade Hospital, 112 E. 5th Ave., Antigo. The women’s ride meets every Monday evening at 5:30pm at the Langlade Hospital parking lot off Hwy F. Everyone is welcome. The rides take place through August 28th. For more information, please contact Mary Jo at email@example.com.
Free Family Movie Starring a Little Bear Who Loves Marmalade July 16th 6-7:45pm Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont St., Antigo. This free family movie is about a little bear who hails from darkest Peru. Due to extremely weird licensing rules, we can’t directly tell you the film’s title. But if you asked if the movie had a lot of PADDING, we’d tell you it has a TON. Maybe even TWO much. Exaggerated wink. As with all our family movie presentations, complimentary snacks, drinks, and fresh popcorn will be provided! For more information, please call Steph at 715-623-3724.
Snowshoe Baseball Through August 27th (Every Mon.) 7:30pm Held at Snowshoe Park, Highway 47 & Choate Blvd., Lake Tomahawk. Snowshoe baseball is a game of softball played on snowshoes, using a 16 inch ball with no gloves. Concession stand opens at 5:30pm. Hamburgers, brats, hot dogs, popcorn & the fan favorite, homemade pies, are served at every game. No charge for admission. Arrive early & watch the players warm up because seats & pies go quickly. For more information, go to www.laketomahawkwi.org.
Coffee Klatch for Seniors July 17th & July 19th (Every Tues. & Thur.) 9-11am Langlade County Senior Center, 1225 Langlade Rd., Antigo. Come and enjoy some coffee and conversation with others. For more information, please call 715-627-6632.
Strong Bones with Kathy July 17th & July 19th (Every Tues. & Thur.) 9-10am Langlade County Senior Center, 1225 Langlade Rd., Antigo. Strong Bones is an ongoing strength training program designed to help adults become or stay fit, strong & healthy. Individuals will improve muscle strength, bone density, self-confidence, sleep and vitality. Also, participants have shown a decreased risk of diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, depression & obesity. Classes are offered for an hour, twice a week. Pre-register by calling the Aging and Disability Resource Center at 715-627-6232.
Tuesday Morning Road Bike Ride July 17th 9am Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont Street, Antigo. This bike group meets every Tuesday morning at 10:00am in the spring and 9:00am in the summer. Meet at Antigo Public Library parking lot.
Magic Morgan & Liliana at Tomahawk Public Library July 17th 10:30-11:30 am Tomahawk Public Library, 300 W Lincoln Ave., Tomahawk. Magic Morgan & Liliana will amaze and astound you. For more information, please call 715-453-2455 or go to http://www.tomahawk.lib.wi.us/
Kids from Wisconsin July 17th Two shows: 2pm & 7pm Volm Theater – Antigo High School, 1900 10th Ave., Antigo. The Kids from Wisconsin features students from all over the state in a music & dance performance. Tickets sell quickly so make sure to purchase yours early. Tickets can be purchased at CoVantage Credit Union. This event is presented by the Antigo Rotary Club. For more information, contact Brian at 715-216-6713.
Magic Morgan and Liliana July 17th 2-3pm Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont St., Antigo. A magical performance by veteran magicians Magic Morgan and Liliana, featuring amazing illusions, humor, and a chance for young audience members to become part of the show. As with all our library programs, this event is free to attend and open to the public. For more information, please call Steph at 715-623-3724 or go to https://www.magicmorgan.com/
Squirt Gun Musical Trivia July 17th 2-3pm T.B. Scott Library, 106 1st St., Merrill. Participants will answer “musical” trivia questions correctly to win the game. If the answer is incorrect, other players may squirt them! Everyone will have a chance to cool off and enjoy a treat. Admission is free. For more information, please call Carolyn at 715-536-7191.
Library Gaming Club July 17th 3:30-5pm Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont St., Antigo. Come and play games! Multiplayer video games and board games both classic and modern. For more information, please call 715-623-3724.
Music at the Depot- Grudgeville Grass (Bluegrass) July 17th 5:30pm White Lake Depot, Lake Street, White Lake. Grudgeville Grass will be playing at the depot platform. The White Lake Girl Scouts will be serving pizzas, pies, custard & refreshments. The rain site will be at the Lake Pavilion. For more information, please contact Judy Peterson at 715-216-2450.
Elk’s Club Soccer Shoot-Out July 17th 5:30pm Saratoga Park, 1235 Nantasket St., Antigo. For boys and girls, age 5 to 13. Rain date is July 19th. For more information, please call 715-623-3633 ext. 131.
Health Care Provider CPR Refresher July 17th 6-9pm Northcentral Technical College, 312 Forrest Ave., Antigo. This American Heart Association approved course is a refresher for those already meeting requirements for CPR as a healthcare provider. Successful completion includes American Heart Associate certification that is valid for two years. The cost is $27. For more information, go to www.ntc.edu/ce or call 715-623-7601.
15th Annual Hodag MASH Blood Drive July 18th 8am-5pm Rhinelander National Guard Armory, 1136 Military Rd., Rhinelander. Connect lives and share life with The Community Blood Center! CBC is celebrating its 15th Annual Hodag MASH Blood Drive on Wednesday, July 18th, and all are invited! The blood drive will be held in the Rhinelander National Guard Armory and all presenting donors receive free lunch and a free t-shirt for their donation. Call 800-280-4102 or visit www.communityblood.org to schedule your appointment! Walk-ins welcome!
Blood Pressure Clinic July 18th 9am-Noon Antigo Fire Department, 700 Edison St., Antigo. For more information, please call Lisa Vollmar at 715-350-7315.
Preschool Story Time July 18th 10:30-11:15am Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont St., Antigo. Join us for story time at the Antigo Public Library! This is a great way for kids who haven’t started school yet to meet & socialize with peers. Every week we’ll read 2 or 3 books together as well as doing some songs & movement. We also do a simple craft or coloring page that helps kids develop creativity & motor skills, & occasionally (attendance permitting) other activities such as parachute play. This event is geared towards preschoolers, but older or younger kids are welcome to attend as well.
Bingo at the Langlade Co. Senior Center July 18th 1-2:30pm Langlade County Senior Center, 1225 Langlade Rd., Antigo.
Wednesday Night Road Bike Ride July 18th 5:15pm Langlade County Courthouse, 800 Clermont St., Antigo. The road biking group meets every Wednesday evening at 5:15pm at the Langlade County Courthouse. Bike along as often as you like. For more information, please call Brady at 715-623-3036.
Food Safety & Sanitation Certification July 18th & 25th 5:30-9:30pm Northcentral Technical College, 312 Forrest Ave., Antigo. This state approved course prepares you for the National Restaurant Association Certification examination from the Department of Health & Social Services by providing managers & employees in the food-service industry the knowledge of food-safety procedures. By taking this state approved course & passing the certification examination, you will be eligible to apply for your certified food manager license from the Department of Health & Social Services. The National Restaurant Association certification examination is the second night of the course. Textbook required. The cost is $89 + book. For more information, go to www.ntc.edu/ce or call 715-623-7601.
Music on the River July 18th 6pm Veterans Memorial Park, Tomahawk. FREE live music series at Veterans Memorial Park. Bring your chairs, picnic dinner and your favorite beverage and enjoy music along the Wisconsin River. For more information, please call 715-453-5334.
Elcho Music on the Green – LYVE July 18th 6:30pm The Jack Lamar Memorial/Elcho Community Pavilion, N11283 Dorr Street, Elcho. Admission is free. Food will be available starting at 5:30pm. The music will be starting at 6:30pm. All Elcho Music on the Green performances will be performed on the grass in front of the pavilion, rain or shine! For more information, please call David Schindler at 715-610-5856.
Lake Lucerne Water Shows Through August (Wed.’s) 6:30pm Water’s Edge Lodge, Cty. W, Crandon. Free water show. For more information, please call 715-478-1224.
Merrill City Band Concert July 18th 7-8pm Normal Park, 6th St. & Center Ave., Merrill. Enjoy the music of our local talents from the Merrill City Band.
Moon Dance Music Blue Grass Festival July 19th-21st MC Festival Grounds, N5890 Cty. Rd. H, Gleason. New to MC Festival Grounds in 2018 is Moon Dance Music Blue Grass Festival. Conveniently located in Wisconsin’s beautiful North Woods, the amazing amenities at MC Fests include: Exclusive electric sites, exclusive wooded camping, onsite showers, on-site bar inside the one of a kind log music hall, VIP viewing areas, including special VIP performances inside the air-conditioned “Town Hall”, special late-night performances, and more!!! Plus, you know you can always count on that same ol’ Moon Dance spirit!!! A little further from home, but a lot closer to the Moon! For more information, go to https://www.wijam.net/moon-dance.html.
12th Annual Senior Informational Day July 19th 8:30am –2:30pm Shawano Civic Center, 225 S. Main St., Shawano. Free and open to those 55 and older. Register at 715-526-2192, ext. 3202.
Play & Learn July 19th 9:30-11am N4013 Hwy. 45, Antigo. Play & Learn is a weekly play group program for parents, caregivers & children from birth to age 5. Staff will provide a parent lesson, an activity for parents & children to do together. The activity will build skills for school readiness & milestone achievement. Quarterly Ages & Stages questionnaires are made available to parents & caregivers to assist families in helping their children to reach age based development milestones. Join the conversation on Facebook – Northwood’s Family Resource Centers http://www.facebook.com/NorthwoodsFRCN. For more information, please call 715-627-1414.
Cards, Dominoes & Game Playing Program July 19th (Every Thurs.) 1-4pm Langlade County Senior Center, 1225 Langlade Rd., Antigo. Have you been looking for someone to play cards & games with? Here is your chance to meet others and share your love for cards, dominoes & games. For more information, please call 715-627-6632.
Warm for Winter Summer Give-Away July 19th 4-7pm Friendly Village, 900 Boyce Dr., Rhinelander. Free Items Offered at Warm for Winter Summer Give-Away. Warm for Winter, a volunteer community effort to bring clothing and other essentials to those in need, hosts Blue Jeans (and more) Extravaganza on Thursday, July 19th. As always, clothing in all sizes and styles, shoes and boots, bedding and toys are available with no income limits and no questions asked. *** WFW organizers ask that participants bring bags to fill and help them clear their racks to make room for more items.*** For more information, contact Jan at 715-362-7157.
Gazebo Nights at Normal Park July 19th 5-8pm Normal Park, 6th St. & Center Ave., Merrill. Winchester opens up at 5pm, then Red Ben & the Missing Miles – Fun-A-BillyGrass and original music at 6pm.
Music in the Park – Stone Soup (Country) July 19th Food & pies starting at 5:30pm; concerts start 6:30pm. City Park West, 700 block of Aurora St., Antigo. Bring your lawn chairs & listen to the Music in the Park! Concerts held every Monday & Thursday, June-August. In the event of severe weather, concerts are held at the Heinzen Pavilion in Peaceful Valley. Free admission. For more information, please call 715-627-1014.
Presenting Speaks & Eats July 19th 5:30-8pm Shawano Community High School, 220 Cty. Rd. B, Shawano. Doors open at 5pm. Be prepared to be inspired and open your mind: You’ll enjoy hearing entertaining talks from 6 dynamic speakers and heavy appetizers served during an extended intermission. Featured speakers include: Chuck Dallas – We Need Your Leadership; Matty Mathison – You Shoulda’ Been There; Steve Eliasen – Set Your Sail; Rev. Blake Blakesley – Shadows of Shawano; Roy Rasmussen – It’s About Time; John Loch – Looks Aren’t Everything. Proceeds to benefit a charity of choice by our honored guests, Ed & Gloria Grys. Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. To reserve tickets in advance, call: 920-343-6223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dastardly Doctor Devereaux July 19th-22nd 7pm 7/19-21, 1pm 7/22. Wabeno High School Auditorium, 4325 Branch St., Wabeno. Lotta Cash, a wealthy widow, must be on the lookout. The evil Dogsbreath Devereaux, M.D. plans to marry Lotta so he can inherit her fortune & her late husband’s clinic. Helping him is the nasty nurse, Hilda Hatchet, whom he promises to wed after he gets rid of Lotta. Wild? Well, talk about medical mania when the insanely jealous Hilda catches Dogsbreath flirting with our heroine, Wendy March. We can only hope that Dr. Phil Good, our hero, can save Wendy & the unsuspecting Lotta from certain death. With an abundance of zany patients, wild tunes (’How Do You Bandage a Broken Heart,’ ’Emergency,’ ’Do the Bop,’ etc.) & a hilarious plot, this musical melodrama will certainly have your audience in stitches all the way! As they say, Nurses! Foiled again! Tickets are $15 Adults, $10 Children 17 & under. For Tickets or information, please call 800-838-3006 or go online to www.wabenoareaplayers.brownpapertickets.com, then enter “Wabeno” or “Dastardly Dr. Devereaux”
The Box in the Wood Theatre Guild Presents: “Annie” July 19th-22nd 7pm or 2pm Sunday matinee. Mielke Arts Center, N5649 Airport Rd., Shawano. For more information, please call 715-526-2525 or go to www.shawanoarts.com.
40th Annual Pulaski Polka Days July 19th-22nd Thur. 7-11pm; Fri. 3pm-1am; Sat. 12:30pm-1am; Sun. 1-7:30pm. Polka Grounds, Pulaski. One of the largest annual Polish and polka fests in the Midwest. Art & craft show Saturday & Sunday, Polka mass and Lutheran worship service on Sunday, parade on Sunday at noon. Campsites, fireworks, firemen’s water fights, food & fun. For more information, please call 920-822-3869.
Forest Larger Parish Flea-Zaar July 20th & 21st Fri. 8am-4pm & Sat. 8am-2pm 15552 Hwy. 32, Lakewood. If you like rummage sales & flea markets, this is the place for you! On Friday, there will also be popcorn, Chicago style hot dogs & beverages for sale. Saturday’s sale will include popcorn, a bake sale and a lunch of hamburgers, brats and our famous strawberry shortcake. Handcrafted items will also be sold on both days and we will be having a silent auction of items donated by area businesses. All proceeds will benefit the missions of Forest Larger Parish Presbyterian Church.
Annual Gem & Mineral Show July 20th-21st Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat. 9am-5pm. Lakeland Union High School, 9573 State Hwy. 70, Minocqua. This show has dealers of jewelry, gems, agates, crystals, fossils, artifacts, wire wrappers, metal detectors, & many other items. There will also be speakers, silent auctions, door prizes & demonstrations. Admission is free. For more information, please call 715-477-2519 or go to www.lakelandgemclub.com.
3rd Annual Shawn Wickersheim Memorial Double Elimination Softball Tournament July 20th-22nd White Lake Ballfield, Hwy. M, White Lake. Game times will be Friday at 5pm, Saturday at 7am and Sunday at 8am. There will also be food, beverages, 50/50 raffles & family fun!
Wittenberg-Birnamwood FFA Corn Roast July 20th 7-11pm Washington Park, Wittenberg. Along with the corn, there will also be hamburgers, brats & cheese curds on sale. Free beer from 7-11pm!! (Must have a ticket to partake in the refreshments.) Music by “49 Deluxe.” Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Children 12 & under are free. For more information, please call 715-881-2111.
Unity the Band July 20th 8-10pm Three Lakes Center for the Arts, 1760 Superior Street, Three Lakes. Unity the Band is an award-winning original roots reggae group based in Wisconsin. Their intense touring schedule of varied venues around the Midwest has honed an interactive outdoor stage show with positive party vibes & the knack for drawing club crowds into the groove. They treat fans to old Roots Reggae favs, along with original music blending influences of roots, rock, blues, funk & reggae into their own unique sound. Tickets are $20 for adults & $5 for children. For more information, go to www.tlcfa.org.
9th Annual Bear Cupboard Run & Half Marathon July 21st 7:45am Torpy Park, Downtown, Minocqua. The race will take place on the scenic Bearskin trail. The 1K Cubby Run for kids 10 & under, starts at 7:45am. The 5K & 1/2 marathon runs will be professionally chip timed. Enjoy music, food, refreshments & other activities at Torpy Park before & after the racing events. Benefits Lakeland Pantry & Wisconsin Nordic Development Group. For more information, go to www.bearcupboardrun.org.
Antigo Farmer’s Market July 21st 8am-Noon Heinzen Pavilion, 603 6th Avenue, Antigo. All produce is locally grown by the vendor who sells them. Shopping at the Antigo Farmer’s Market is a great way to get local, in season food, and make connections with the people that grew it.
Shawano R/C Club’s Annual Big Bird & Family Fun Fly July 21st 8am-3pm Hwy. 22, Shawano (1.5 miles on 22 from Hwy. 29). Many varieties of R/C planes at the Shawano R/C plane field, maneuvers and skills. There will also be burgers, brats and sodas. Call 715-853-8922 or go to www.ShawanorcFlyingClub.net for more information.
Hiles Historical Museum Open House July 21st 8am-5pm Hiles. Featuring Karl Guth photography works on the Nicolet Wolf River Scenic Byway.
2nd Annual Summer Knights Car & Bike Show July 21st 8am-3pm W4232 County Road A, Tomahawk. Classic cars, trucks, and bikes on display for the public, food available on the grounds, over 70 trophies to be awarded in 22 classes. Fun for everyone. Free to spectators and $10 entry fee for participants. We are donating some of the proceeds and accepting non-perishable food items for our local food pantry. Bring a non-perishable item and receive a ticket for the possibility to win a door prize. For more information, please call 715-771-0392 or 715-612-2381.
Artarama Riverwalk Art Show & Sale July 21st 9am-3pm. Riverside Park, W. Division St. & Forrest St., Eagle River. A nationally known one day juried art event showcasing more than 90 artists. This event draws top-quality artists & a large art savvy & buying public. Also features a silent auction of donated items from the artists. There will be live music, a “Young at Art” junior artist tent, food & refreshments. Admission is free. For more information, please call 715-525-2100.
Doty Fire Department Picnic July 21st 11am-8pm Doty Fire Department and Town Hall on Hwy. T, Mountain. Come have some fun with us from 11:00am-8:00pm! Music, food, ice cream, raffles and corn hole tournament. Proceeds to be used to purchase new equipment for the department. For more information, please call 715-276-3769.
Crandon Lions Club Summer Fest July 21st City Beach Lake Metonga, Crandon.
Cowboy Reenactment July 21st Camp 5 Museum, 5068 US. Hwy. 8, Laona. Step back in time & come take part in a Wild West train robbery. An authentic cowboy reenactment & robbery of the Lumberjack Steam train. Come & ride the train & experience the Wild West up close. In addition to the train robbery, the group will form a posse that will bring the bandits to justice…or justice will be brought to the bandits! For more information, please call 715-674-3414 or go to camp5museum.org.
Mattoon Fun Day July 21st Noon-4pm Mattoon Sportsmen’s Park, Mattoon. There will be a bounce house, petting zoo, games, dunk tank, obstacle course, cool car corral, door prizes, live music from 1-3pm & Al’s Smokehouse Barbeque. Free admission.
Antigo Bike Night July 21st (Every 3rd Sat.) Noon-? 727 5th Ave., Antigo. Come & enjoy the bikes. Rain or shine. There will be brats, hot dogs, water & soda on sale. 50/50 drawing at 5pm. Don’t miss the August 18th Bike Night. There will be bike show trophies awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd & People’s Choice. Come and enjoy.
Mecikalski Stovewood Museum Saturdays & Sundays (thru Labor Day) 1-4pm, Jennings. This is a national historic site, constructed with an unusual method of folk architecture known as “stovewood.” The Mecikalski Stovewood Museum is the only known commercial stovewood building still standing in the U.S. View many turn-of-the-century exhibits associated with the building’s history. Located 5 miles east from Pelican Lake on Hwy B. Free admission. For more information, visit our Facebook page or go to www.stovewoodmuseum.com.
4th Annual Pickerel Chain Lakes Community Picnic & Fun Event July 21st 3-7pm Oughton Park, Pickerel Lake Rd., Townsend (Pickerel Lake boat landing). Join us in celebrating our successful efforts to restore and enhance Smoke, Little Pickerel and Pickerel Lake. There will be food, beer, kid’s games, DJ, raffles and a lot of fun. Sponsored by the Pickerel Chain Lake Association. For more information, please call Drew Zelle at 920-209-0564.
The Truly Diamond Show July 21st 5pm Northwood’s Inn, N8905 Hwy. 55, Pickerel. Join us for The Truly Diamond Show featuring The Blue Diamond Orchestra, a tribute to Neil Diamond& opening act Jason McNabb. Seating is limited. Advance wristbands are $15 or $20 day of the show. Food available until 10pm. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to help offset medical bills for 9 year old Pickerel resident, Holden Zarda who suffers from Leukemia. For more information, go to www.northwoodsinnpickerel.com or call 715-484-3522.
Jazz Spectrum July 21st 8-10pm Three Lakes Center for the Arts, 1760 Superior Street, Three Lakes. This is an energetic, jazz influenced vocal quartet backed by 5 swinging musicians. From lush ballads to hip renditions of big band music…from good-time 50’s R & R & Doo Wop to lightning fast vocalese lyrics, Jazz Spectrum lays down a dazzling performance of rich harmonies & tight ensemble work. Tickets are $15 for adults & $5 for children. For more information, go to www.tlcfa.org.
Antigo Gateway Squares July 22nd 2-4:30pm Antigo United Methodist Church, 2034 W. 5th Ave., Antigo. Dancers range in age from 10 to 70+ with couples, singles, & youth. The club is very active and fun. Caller is: Vince Treague. Ice Cream Month – Sundaes. For more information, please call Rose Marie at 715-623-2128 or Stacie at 715-598-2907.
Shawano County Library Scholastic Book Fair July 23rd–28th Shawano County Library, 128 S. Sawyer St., Shawano. The Shawano County Library Scholastic Book Fair will be open during regular library hours. For more information, please call 715-526-3829 or go to www.shawanolibrary.org.
Music in the Park – Antigo Community Band (Variety) July 23rd Food & pies starting at 5:30pm; concerts start 6:30pm. City Park West, 700 block of Aurora St., Antigo. Bring your lawn chairs & listen to the Music in the Park! Concerts held every Monday & Thursday, June-August. In the event of severe weather, concerts are held at the Heinzen Pavilion in Peaceful Valley. Free admission. For more information, please call 715-627-1014.
Antigo Library Finance Meeting July 16th 9-10am Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont St., Antigo.
Antigo Kiwanis Club Meeting July 17th Noon The Refuge Restaurant, 410 Hwy. 64, Antigo. New members are welcome.
Antigo Garden Club Monthly Meeting July 17th 5:45pm Antigo Public Library, 617 Clermont St., Antigo.
Antigo Optimist Club Meeting July 18th 12-1pm North Star Lanes, 400 Prosser Place, Antigo.
Finance, Personnel & Legislative Committee Meeting July 18th 6pm City Hall, 700 Edison St., Antigo.
Baby & Me Group July 16th & July 23rd 1:00pm-2:00pm. Langlade Hospital, 112 East Fifth Avenue, Antigo. Langlade Birthing Center, second floor of the hospital. Facilitator: RN/International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. For more information please call 715-623-9280. No fee.
AA Support Group (Open) July 19th & July 21st 7:00pm. Langlade Hospital, 112 East Fifth Avenue, Antigo. Langlade Hospital Conference Room 1022, adjacent to Chapel in the new hospital. Thursdays & Saturdays.
Narcotics Anonymous July 20th 7:00pm. Langlade Hospital, 112 East Fifth Avenue, Antigo. Langlade Hospital Conference Room 1022, adjacent to Chapel in the Langlade Hospital.
AL-ANON Meeting July 16th & July 23rd 1:30pm. Antigo Community Church – Quest Center – Room 1, 723 Deleglise Street, Antigo. Mondays at 1:30pm
Overeaters Anonymous July 16th & July 23rd 7:00pm. St. Mary & Hyacinth Parish Center, Room 4, 819 3rd Avenue, Antigo. Mondays at 7:00pm.
Weight Watchers Meetings July 17th 6:45am & 5:30pm United Methodist Church, 2034 5th Ave., Antigo.
T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Support Group Chapter #950 July 17th 4pm Antigo Community Church/School, 723 Deleglise St., Antigo.
T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Support Group July 19th 5pm Steffen Memorial Home, 503 5th Ave., Antigo.
NEWCOMERS – Nicolet Welcome Service has a FREE WELCOME PACKET filled with gift certificates and brochures from Antigo/Langlade County businesses. For a warm friendly welcome, call Christine at 715-627-2881 or go to www.nicoletwelcome.com.
Zumba Gold is for those looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves at a lower intensity. Perfect for active older adults and first-timers! Classes are taught by ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor Terri Johnson. LOCATIONS: Schroeder’s Fitness Studio, 710 S. Superior St., Antigo, Mon. & Wed., 10am. Upham Town Hall, N9575 Cty. Hwy. B, Summit Lake, Mon., Wed., & Fri., 8am. Schoepke Town Hall, 769 US. 45, Pelican Lake, Tue. & Thur., 4pm. Fee: $5 per class. First class is COMPLIMENTARY. Follow @upnorthfitness at Facebook or visit terrijohnson.zumba.com for schedule changes.
Langlade County Community Ceramics, a non-profit painting group that meets every Monday and Friday from 9am-Noon at Sts. Mary & Hyacinth, Classroom 8, 819 3rd Ave., Antigo. Class cost is $3.00, to cover paint and anyone is welcome. We also take art-related field trips four times a year.