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Saturday, November 16, 2019
Photo Sam Pointer's Acoustic Christmas Tickets

Tickets available for Sam Pointer's Acoustic Christmas on Thursday, Dec 5

$ 57.5
Photo Champagne Drip & Luzcid Tickets

Tickets available for Champagne Drip & Luzcid on Saturday, Dec 14

$ 41.4
Photo Russell Gulley Tickets

Tickets available for Russell Gulley on Wednesday, Dec 4

$ 219.65
Photo Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs Tickets

Tickets available for Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs on Saturday, October 17 at 3:30am

$ 180.55
Friday, November 15, 2019
Photo Crobot Tickets

Tickets available for Crobot on Sunday, Dec 8

$ 219.65
Photo Three on a String Tickets

Tickets available for 3 on a String on Tuesday, Dec 10

$ 62.1
Photo Three on a String Tickets

Tickets available for 3 on a String on Thursday, November 21

$ 67.56
Photo Forensic Science 2020 | International Digital Forensic Conference 2020

Forensic Science 2020 conference aims to bring the worldwide forensic and digital forensic experts at this esteemed Forensic Science-2020 Conference

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Thursday, November 14, 2019
Photo Scooby-Doo! and The Lost City of Gold Tickets

Tickets available for Scooby-Doo! and The Lost City of Gold on Thursday, April 2

$ 263.93
Photo YA Book Club Featuring Scythe

Join us to discuss this month's pick, Scythe. Death gets a new look in the cult-favorite, must-read, heart-stopping Scythe, the 1st book in the Arc of a Scythe trilogy from bestselling author Neal Shusterman. Contact your local store or visit bn.com/yabookclub for info.

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Photo YA Book Club Featuring Scythe

Join us to discuss this month's pick, Scythe. Death gets a new look in the cult-favorite, must-read, heart-stopping Scythe, the 1st book in the Arc of a Scythe trilogy from bestselling author Neal Shusterman. Contact your local store or visit bn.com/yabookclub for information.

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Photo YA Book Club Featuring Scythe

Join us to discuss this month's pick, Scythe. Death gets a new look in the cult-favorite, must-read, heart-stopping Scythe, the 1st book in the Arc of a Scythe trilogy from bestselling author Neal Shusterman. Contact your local store or visit bn.com/yabookclub for information.

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Photo Pilkeypalooza: Dog Man Fetch-22 Release Party

Join us for games and activities to celebrate the release of Fetch-22, the newest book in the hilarious Dog Man series. The Barnes & Noble Exclusive Edition features a colorable pull-out poster for the ultimate supa fan (while supplies last)!

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Photo 9th Annual Mad Men Holiday Soiree - A Vintage Costume Ball: Don't Mess With

Tickets available for ninth Annual Mad Men Holiday Soiree - A Vintage Costume Ball: Don't Mess With Cupid & Ben Ferris Octet on Saturday, Dec 14

$ 219.65
Photo YA Book Club Featuring Scythe

Join us to discuss this month's pick, Scythe. Death gets a new look in the cult-favorite, must-read, heart-stopping Scythe, the 1st book in the Arc of a Scythe trilogy from bestselling author Neal Shusterman. Contact your local store or visit bn.com/yabookclub for information.

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Photo YWCA Elgin #GivingTuesday

The YWCA Elgin - a nonprofit organization that is on a mission to eliminate racism and empower women through educational programming and services– will once again participate in #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday is a national movement designed to inspire people to support their local communities and create a better future. Taking place on December 3, 2019, to coincide with Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday shopping season, #GivingTuesday is a day of charitable giving, just as Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become synonymous with shopping. The YWCA Elgin participates in #GivingTuesday to raise funds for our programs and services, increase their visibility, and allow supporters to share, via social media, the reasons they support the YWCA Elgin. This year’s #GivingTuesday campaign goal is to raise $13,000. These donations will be used to fill funding gaps for our existing programs such as School Age Child Care, Clothing Distribution Center, and Take two Creative Camp for teens.

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Photo Sip, Sip, Hooray for HOPE'S IN

Kick Off your New Year with some wine and best wishes for the world! “Sip-Sip-Hooray” is a wine-tasting fundraiser supporting a local non-profit, Hope’s In. Hope's In fights for the right to shelter, education, and healthcare in Zone three of Guatemala City. The inhabitants of Zone three built their community with salvaged materials from the Guatemala City garbage dump. Here, the people of Zone three risk their lives daily collecting materials and recyclables often for less than $5 a day. PilatesBody Staff, of Crystal Lake, had the opportunity to visit this community and build a home for a family in need. Feeling extremely moved by their experience with Hope’s In, they knew they needed to help. PilatesBody made a goal of raising enough funds to build a home of their own in July of 2020 for a deserving family. Many businesses in Downtown Crystal Lake graciously donated towards “Sip-Sip-Hooray for Hope’s In”. Thank you all for your generosity.

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Photo Come Celebrate Madison’s 23th Fair Trade Holiday Festival, Dec 7th

Here’s an idea. Instead of getting pulled into the annual chaos of holiday gifting, how about choosing a curated handful of meaningful gifts that not only bring joy to the recipient, but joy to the world too? Join us, along with over 50 other like-minded sellers, for a festive day of fair trade shopping. Everything from chocolate and coffee to jewelry to home décor to clothing to as many stocking stuffers as you have stockings to stuff. For more details, please visit www.fairtrademadison.org or https://www.facebook.com/fairtradeholidayfestival Cost: Free

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Photo Peace UCC Holiday Bazaar

Holiday Bazaar, with a Luncheon 11am-1pm ($8adults, $4 kids),Bakery, Crafts, Country Store, Books, Raffle Baskets, and Quilt Raffle.

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Photo History Speaks in Stratford: Columbus and the new world

Europeans thought the world was flat until Christopher Columbus stumbled upon the Americas. Keith Montgomery will explore scientific changes that ensued during “Columbus and the new world: 16th century origins of the Scientific Revolution.” His presentation will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, at Zion Lutheran Church, 213501 Legacy St., Stratford. (The former address is 700 N. 2nd Ave., Stratford) This presentation is part of the History Speaks in Your Town series presented by the Marathon County Historical Society and the Continuing Education office of UW-Stevens Point at Wausau. European ideas about the structure of the world changed once Europeans began to understand the existence, location and magnitude of the Americas. Speaker Keith Montgomery will talk about how this opened up a new way of thinking about Earth and made possible the new world of scientific thought.

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Photo Ancient Farming Festivals: Day-long Workshop

Time travel with LindaDee back to ancient Anglo Saxon gatherings for Equinoxes and Solstices. Learn about the Celtic fire festivals of Beltane, Sowhain, Imbolc and Lammas and their religious and secular counterparts today. Make a good luck corn dolly to take home as we eat and drink of the season while LindaDee shares stories and leads rituals that evolved long, long ago in farming communities across northern Europe. These Holy Days of our ancestors revolved around yearly cycles of AgriCULTURE, of growing food, of the seasons, the sun and the moon and some are still practiced today. Merry meet & merry part & merry meet again!" Teens thirteen and older welcome with their own ticket (for the teen). A free copy of Renewing the Countryside: WISCONSIN will be given away to every family, couple and/or household registered for a particular workshop (a $26.95 value); the free book giveaway is limited to 1 copy per residential address of attendees.

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Photo Nutcracker Ballet

Madison's original Nutcracker featuring dancers from all over southern and central Wisconsin, the Dance Wisconsin Orchestra, the Monona Grove High School Singers and Guest Artists from Madison and Chicago. All Performances Saturday, December 14, 2019 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Saturday, December 14, 2019 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Sunday, December 15, 2019 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Photo Madison Family Eve Presented by UnityPoint-Meriter Downtown Madison

David Dill Productions is excited to announce that the annual family-friendly New Years' Eve celebration will continue in Downtown Madison Wisconsin. The event dates back 29yrs. Madison Family Eve Presented by UnityPoint-Meriter will take place on December 31, 2018, and will is scheduled to include the ever-popular T.J. Howell juggling and comedy, James the Magician, an aerial performance area, Infinity Martial Arts, Badgerbots Lego Robots, Children's inflatables presented by Festival Foods, Coloring rea presented by Reach a Child and more. The event will take place from four p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Monona Terrace, with a countdown and balloon drop at 7:30 pm. The annual family New Years' Eve celebration started 29 yrs ago as Firstar Eve and kept going with the help of KEVA Sports Center.

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Photo Powering your Home or Farm with Renewable Energy

Build self-reliance at your home or on your farm with renewable energy. Join John Ivanko as he explains how to completely power your home or farm with the sun, as he and his wife, Lisa Kivirist, have done since 2003 and get paid by your utility. Explore your options with a solar electric (photovoltaic) system, wind turbine system, solar thermal system for domestic hot water or in-floor radiant heating. Also covered are plug-in chargers for electric vehicles, the use of Sun Ovens, and EPA-certified woodstoves. Funding options, real-world experiences and actual costs for renewable energy systems will be addressed, as well as a hands on tour of the operating systems. Children (ages thirteen and over) welcome with adult supervision and own paid ticket (for the child). BONUS #1: A free copy of the award-winning ECOpreneuring book (a $17.95 value) for each participant.

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Photo Jingle Paws Festival 2019

The holidays can be hard for pets. Sometimes they get left out of the fun. Bring them to our Annual Jingle Paws Festival, featuring Santa Paws and give them a day all about them for the holidays! Get your pet’s photo taken with Santa and make a paw print ornament with the help of our volunteers! Your cat and dog can get pampered with a nail trim too for only $10! We will have delicious items, handmade by our wonderful volunteers, at the bake sale & hot cocoa stand. We will have items for sale as well as items in our raffle, so you can complete your holiday shopping list – or get something for yourself. We won’t judge! Our on-line auction will start November 28th. All of the items will be posted on facebook that day with some sneak peaks beforehand. Join our facebook event page so you don’t miss a thing!

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