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Dim Sake dinner, upcycled art, a walk on the wild(flower) side and an Oshkosh blast from the past in this week’s round-up…

Take part in the GingeRootz Dim Sake Dinner, an enlightening combination of Japanese Sake and Chinese Dim Sum (small plates) on August 14 (reservations required).

American Animal Hospital in Neenah is now offering cats-only office hours, because honestly, felines don’t need to be any more high-strung.

Green Gecko Grocer & Deli has a lot of new, interesting items this week: cornichones (the small French gherkins), caperberries (salty olive like fruits), gouda with fenugreek from Holland Family Farms and Evalon goat gouda from La Clare Farms in Chilton.

Welcome Lily Belle Boutique, a consignment shoppe for women and children, to Little Chute!

Looking for new dining adventures? We got you covered.

Beating the heat at Smart Cow Yogurt Bar in Green Bay. Appleton’s own self-serve frozen yogurt joint,CherryBerry, opened this week.

Kids take over College Avenue for the fourth annual Building for Kids Children’s Parade on July 25

Join Joshua Martinez, arboretum project coordinator from the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, tomorrow at 1pm at Christa McAuliffe Park (3100 Sitka Street, Green Bay) for an off the beaten path wildflower hikein some “hidden” areas of the Baird Creek Parkway.

Savour Green Bay tonight and tomorrow. Enjoy 21 culinary demonstrations, 11 restaurants plus local wineries and breweries, live music and more!

Furniture, jewelry, photography, painting and metal art (all with an emphasis on upcycled and reused elements) will be on display at Aspen Coffee & Tea in Neenah as part of their Recycled Art Show on August 25, 10am–4pm.

The Coney Island of Oshkosh? Who knew?

There are still honest people in this world. Hope they are the ones who find your wallet.

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