Come shop our Youth Farmers' Market Tuesday 8/9/22! Cash-only please! Small bills preferred.
The Youth Farmers’ Market is designed as a learning opportunity for young farmers and entrepreneurs where they can learn the skills of salesmanship, cash-based math, design, and display in order to create, grow, market, and sell products.
Location was changed on 8/4/22 to Immanuel UCC Parking Lot instead of our Patrons Park. Be prepared to park a couple blocks away and walk (just like the regular WB Farmers' Market!) as we are expecting a big crowd to support our youth!
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Any way you slice it, you're a great reader!
Color in one pizza slice for every 15 minutes of reading. Each full pizza represents one hour.
Read 9 hours, get a free personal pizza from Eaton's Pizza!
10+ Grand prize drawing winners will be selected for a certificate for a large pizza from Maricio's in Barton or Michaleno's Pizzaria!
Our August StoryWalk in Patrons Park is Giraffes can't dance/Las jirafas no pueden bailar by Giles Andreae.
StoryWalk® is an innovative and delightful way for children — and adults! — to enjoy reading in a playful way. Laminated pages from a children's book will be placed in posts along a path. As you stroll down the path, you're directed to the next page in the story.
Join us for a free show of comedy magic! Glen has performed for the Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks, and the Green Bay Packers. Glen has also entertained on cruise ships and in Las Vegas showrooms!
Drop-in craft session for adults!
All materials provided, but feel free to bring personal photos printed on regular copy paper if you'd like to make your own images into coasters!
Join us in Patron's Park once a month this summer for evening yoga!
Formed by the glaciers of the last Ice Age, Horicon Marsh was a hunting ground for Native Americans for over 10,000 years. However, in the past 150 years this marsh has been dammed and flooded to create a vast lake, over-hunted by market hunters, and then ditched and drained to convert to agricultural purposes. Today, Horicon Marsh is a restored wetland hosting over 300 species of birds and attracting thousands of people interested in wildlife. Join Liz Herzmann, a Wildlife Educator for the Department of Natural Resources at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center, for an overview of the geology, history, wildlife and ecological concerns for maintaining the health and integrity of this vast wetland.
Cemeterians is a community service based in Washington County that restores headstones in the area to honor the people whose lives they represent. They are in their sixth season of restoration and to date have completed more than 3,000 headstones. The Cemeterians educate and teach a hands-on approach to “no-harms” restoration in using products recommended for safe use to people and the environment. In this presentation, Rex Melius of Hartford will discuss what a cemeterian does.
There are so many different “diets” and eating plans out there. How do you know what you should do to eat healthy? You don’t need to follow a certain diet plan to make sure your body gets what it needs and feel good. Eating properly can give you more energy, brighter skin and hair, and can help maintain a healthy body weight. Join Amy Hackman, BSN, RN to learn about balanced eating, where to start, and hear suggestions from other participants. Bring your favorite healthy eating ideas to share!
Want to download e-books and e-audiobooks to your personal device, like a smartphone, tablet, or e-reader? You can do that with Libby and Hoopla!
Want to learn more about what Libby and Hoopla can do and how to use them? Check out our blog post about both services!
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Velvet Underground (Musical group), composer, honouree.