Memory Cafes, a program of the Fox Valley Memory Project, are for those experiencing dementia, mild memory loss or cognitive impairment and for family and friends of those affected. Last September, we featured an article (seen here) on the Fox Valley Memory Project. Beginning in March, the initiative will be kicking off a component of READ MORE
Kid chefs, cinnamon soda, exhibition creation and a lot of margaritas are all in this week’s round-up… A home-brewed history. An event perfect for chefs in training. Stop in Stone Cellar and try their first batch of cinnamon soda. Witness the creation of an art exhibition. Fresh veggies in the dead of winter.
What started out as a casual, if not strange, conversation with a coworker about cellular memory turned into Oshkosh author Jess Riley’s first novel, “Driving Sideways.” The story follows 28-year-old Leigh Fielding as she road trips from Wisconsin to California on a mission to thank the family of her kidney donor (who she believes to READ MORE
Clever noodle bowls, a new writing award, a power nap sanctuary and deceiving cupcakes are all in this week’s round-up… Shear Chaos Salon will be revealing their new spa (including a Power Nap Room!) during an open house on March 1 from 6—9pm. The spa is located on the second floor of their current College READ MORE
Get to know some of Neenah’s most recognizable names in the Neenah 101 series… Did you know Neenah means “water” in the Ho-Chunk language? Aspiring history buffs have two more opportunities to learn the history behind Neenah’s most recognizable names through the Neenah 101 series. Co-sponsored by the Neenah Historical Society and Neenah Public Library, READ MORE
Heart-shaped food, chocolate overload, meat bouquets and a romantic wine buffet are all in this week’s Valentine’s Day round-up… Copper Rock’s Valentine drinks like the red velvet cupcake latte or chocolate covered cherry mocha would make a good start to the day. Who wouldn’t love an exotic meat bouquet from All Things Jerky (with free READ MORE
On February 17 and 18 the N.E.W. World Cinema Series will premiere the German film “Mostly Martha” at UWFox Valley in Menasha… The N.E.W. World Cinema Series, in affiliation with the Fox Cities Rotary Multicultural Center, strives to educate the community on diverse cultures by bringing films from around the world to Northeast Wisconsin. On READ MORE
Learn about the history of coffee at the New London Public Museum on February 9… Chole White has been presenting on the social culture of coffee houses and the history of coffee for nearly five years, traveling all over the Midwest to historical events, museums and schools telling the tale of how coffee became an READ MORE