Weekly Round-Up

A bike swap meet, a gluten-free frenzy, small bites solved and end of summer music are all in this week’s round-up…

The official opening of Soldiers Square in Downtown Appleton is being celebrated with a ribbon-cutting on August 30 at 11am. Q&A about the parking pay station pilot program will be part of the ceremony.

A new College Avenue shopping destination.

Zuppas takes the mystery out of the small bite.

Cory Chisel loves the Fox River. You should too.

The Fox Cities Half Marathon offers a competitive walking division? That’s way more our speed.

Stone Cellar aims to please. The restaurant is now offering 45 gluten-free menu items including hamburger buns, pizza crust and beer. They are also debuting a new dairy-free cheese.

Artwork by James Crosser. On display at Shine! Fine Arts Studio & Gallery in Menasha.

Sick of your wheels? Get some new ones at Cranked’s Bike Swap Meet.


Hearthstone Historic House Museum is having a rummage sale tomorrow, 8am–4pm.

The summer concert series are winding down so check out your last chances for outdoor music.

Eggs N’ Bacon Wagon. Enough said.

Check out a sneak peak of Appleton Public Library’s new website.

Did you lose a jacket (possibly a coat) and other unknown clothing? They’ve been found. Also, a free mushroom!

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