Spring comes to life at the farm. Baby chicks, baby ducklings, baby kid goats, baby lambs, baby piglets, baby calves, baby ponies, baby kittens, baby bunnies… oh baby, do we have babies! Milk a cow, ride a pony, enjoy a hay ride, catch a chicken, kiss a pig, cuddle a kitten and more!Details
The Trout Museum of Art is proud to host the 57th annual Art at the Park, an annual fine art and craft fair that takes place in Appleton, Wisconsin’s historic City Park on July 30, 2017. Art at the Park is open to all artists 18 years of age and older, working in all fine art and fine craft media. All work must be the artist’s own, and original in design, concept, and execution. Starting January 1 application materials, terms…Details
The 2017 Congressional Art Competition, hosted by Congressman Gallagher, provides an opportunity for students to display their work in a professional gallery setting and to participate in a juried art exhibition. The Trout Museum of Art is pleased to be the venue for this exhibition, which will feature artwork created by high school students in Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District. Learn more at: http://www.troutmuseum.org/Exhibitions/Congressional-Art-Show-2017Details
PATRIOTS DAY – FILM AND PANEL DISCUSSION Pacesetters Running Club, in partnership with the Neenah Public Library, will host an evening dedicated to the tragedy of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. The event, to be held on Wednesday, May 24, 6:00 p.m., will feature the film, Patriots Day, followed by a panel discussion led by local Fox Cities runners and spectators who were present at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. Patriots Day, a 2016 drama/thriller, stars Mark Wahlberg,…Details
Wisconsin native and renowned jazz composer/pianist John Harmon performs with the Lawrence University Jazz Ensemble and members of the Lawrence jazz faculty in a concert saluting his contributions to the Lawrence jazz program. Harmon founded the jazz program at Lawrence in 1971 and went on to lead the award-winning jazz nonet Matrix. Harmon’s evocative, distinctly American works have earned him the title “Wisconsin’s gentle poet of jazz.” Free & open to the public.
Celebrate the start of the NCAA DIII Baseball Championship at the Opening Ceremony. The event is FREE and includes the introduction of the eight participating teams, presentation of NCAA awards, and team videos. Following the ceremony, the J.J. Keller Foundation will treat fans to a fireworks display. The first 750 fans attending the ceremony will receive a commemorative mini baseball bat.
Cost: $5 to $11 per day or $15 to $33 for entire tournament depending on age and purchase date The eight best NCAA Division III baseball teams in the country come to Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton to compete for the National Championship
From his Door County studio Craig Blietz creates masterful paintings of farm animals and rural scenery which celebrate the dignity and quiet beauty of agrarian life. This exhibition features a selection of new works by Blietz, reflecting the inspiration he gleans from the serene landscapes and noble depictions of animals created by nineteenth-century French Barbizon READ MOREDetails
Estamos Aquí features personal stories and artifacts from many Latino families living in Northeast Wisconsin. This bilingual exhibit celebrates the diverse cultures and traditions that have endured emigration from across Latin America. Estamos Aquí cuenta con historias personales y artefactos de muchas familias latinas que viven en el Noreste de Wisconsin. Esta exposición bilingüe celebra las diversas READ MOREDetails
From sculptures and watercolor to hand-colored etchings and pastel, The Artist’s View features artwork by Ann Herzog Wright. The works in the exhibit are tied together by the theme of the simple things, including landscapes, birds, cows and other elements in nature. To learn more about this exhibit, visit our website at: http://www.troutmuseum.org/Exhibitions/Regional-Artist-Gallery-Ann-Herzog-WrightDetails