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Weekly Round-Up

A home-grown exhibition, art al fresco, a burger celebration and a wicked website launch all in this week’s round-up…

Headed to AirVenture in Oshkosh (July 23-29)? Skip the traffic hassle and hop on a Lamers shuttleinstead, departing from various locations around the Fox Cities.

The Trout Museum of Art invites artists to capture the sights, sounds and textures of the Appleton Farmers Market, then submit their work to be considered for their exhibition, “From Farm to Plate” (September 28-October 28).

Volunteers are still needed for 52nd Annual Art at the Park in Appleton!

It’s almost burger time in Seymour, but when isn’t it really?

Have you checked out Zuppas’s new blog? Warning: do not read on an empty stomach.

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Cabecou d’Armagnac from Nala’s fromagerie stand at the Appleton Farmers Market. It’s a French goat cheese mixed with cracked peppercorns, dipped in Cognac and wrapped in chestnut leaves. Needless to say, it’s heavenly.

Congratulations to the New North on the recent launch of their revamped website!

On Monday July 16, the New London Art League, in partnership with Oberstadt Landscapes, presentsA Summer Evening Paint Out.

Film Green Bay is sponsoring a screening of Waterwalk, a feature film shot partly on location in the Fox Valley on July 18, 5:30 p.m. at the Historic Meyer Theatre in downtown Green Bay.

A Door County summer cruise on the Island Clipper, visiting a historic lighthouse, sounds mighty lovely.

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Coffee at Cena in Appleton.

Spats in Appleton is celebrating its 90th year as a bar and restaurant and is asking locals to share any pictures they have of their historic building. So far they have a photo of one of Spats many owners in the early ’40s (Eggert’s Bar) standing outside with a neon sign that reads “Fried Spring Chickens.”

Neenah’s Bergstrom-Mahler Museum is celebrating its 38th Annual Arts Festival this Sunday, July 15.

Yay for the evolution of print!

What could be better than beer and The Big Lebowski?

Don’t miss the 2nd Annual Chalk On The Town on July 20. This year’s theme is “From Farm to Plate.”

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