Calendar

Ongoing Events & Exhibitions

Nov 17 - May 1 Asylum: Out of the Shadows
May 8 - Oct 31 Making a Hometown-Life in Neenah's Progressive Era-Exhibition-open for tours by appointment
Jun 3 - Jun 30 Folk Art as a Reflection of Identity and Community - Exhibit
Apr 2 - May 10 Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-Contemporary Indigenous, a Native American Art Exhibit at Joel Salter Gallery UW Barron County with artists Aza Erdrich, Louis Still Smoking, and others
Apr 19 - Apr 22 UntitledTown Book and Author Festival 2018
Apr 19 - Apr 25 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative
Apr 30 - May 4 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative
May 5 - May 9 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative
Jun 1 - Jun 12 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative
Jun 9 - Jun 10 Honoring Our Native American Heritage
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Events

Apr 20 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Meet the Photographer
Apr 23 Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-FRIENDS, Inc. panel discussion about sexual assault prevention and victim advocacy
Apr 23 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Educational Piece/Cultural Connection for Students
Apr 24 Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-UWWC Library and Gay Straight Alliance sponsored speakers about sexual assault prevention and victim advocacy with Katherine Kapp, FRIENDS Inc. Prevention Educator
Apr 24 Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-Native American Women’s Film Series presents Winnebago Women: American Indian Songs and Stories, UW-Marshfield/Wood County Library
Apr 24
5:00 PM
Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-The Round House Book Discussion at Hayward’s Sherman and Ruth Weiss Community Library
Apr 24
5:30 PM
"Hmong Motherhood: Cultural Influences on Parenting Styles," by Maysee Herr. A ShopTalk event.
Apr 25 Honoring Our Native American Heritage
Apr 25 Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-The Round House book discussion with Julie Tharp, Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library
Apr 25 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-School Groups and Community Program Days
Apr 25
6:30 PM
Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
Apr 25
6:30 PM
Ex Fabula Fellowship-“Tell Your Race & Equity Stories” Fellowship Workshop
Apr 26
1:00 PM
Beyond the Headlines - Madison
Apr 26
3:45 PM
World Arts Through K/Cultural Engagement (WAKE) - Cultural Workshops
Apr 26
5:30 PM
Wisconsin Reads "The Round House"-The Round House Book Discussion Part III, Rice Lake Public Library
Apr 28
9:30 AM
Project Citizen-State Hearing Showcase
Apr 30 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Exhibit Opening
Apr 30
1:00 PM
"What Folksongs Tell Us About Work in Wisconsin," by Jim Leary. A ShopTalk event.
May 1
12:15 PM
Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
May 5 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Exhibit Opening in conjunction with Gallery Walk
May 5
1:30 PM
"The Work of a Mayor: Frank P. Zeidler’s Quest 2017 to Unite Milwaukee, 1948-1960," by Aims McGuinness. A ShopTalk event
May 6 Ex Fabula Fellowship-Building Bridges in our Divided Community
May 7 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Community Conversation
May 9 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Brown Bag Lunch Community Conversation
May 9
5:30 PM
Ex Fabula Fellowship-Fellows & Facilitators: Media and Representation
May 9
6:00 PM
"Hmong Motherhood: Cultural Influences on Parenting Styles," by Maysee Herr. A ShopTalk event.
May 10
6:00 PM
"Being Mom: A Conversation About Motherhood in Modern History," by Jodi Vandenberg-Daves. A ShopTalk event.
May 12
9:30 AM
Second Saturdays-Journeys Into Local History: Mary Bergin-Wisconsin Supper Club Cookbook and filmmaker Holly De Ruyter's "Old Fashioned: The Story of the Wisconsin Supper Club" documentary
May 13
2:00 PM
"Looking Back through the Lens of My Life: Experiences become the Path," by Pulitzer price winner Gary Porter. A ShopTalk event.
May 15 Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
May 16 Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
May 16
1:30 PM
"What Folksongs Tell Us About Work in Wisconsin," by Jim Leary. A ShopTalk event.
May 17 Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
May 18 Civil War Living History Days - 2018
May 18 Civil War Living History Days - 2018
May 19 Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
May 19 Civil War Living History Days - 2018
May 19 Civil War Living History Days - 2018
May 20 Civil War Living History Days - 2018
May 22 Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
May 23
6:30 PM
Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professioinal Baseball League
May 23
6:30 PM
Working Lives: A Look at Construction and Trades in the Slinger Area-Slinger Area History/Culture Night
May 31
6:30 PM
"Workers’ Rights and “Right to Work”," by Jon Shelton. A ShopTalk event.
Jun 1 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Exhibit Grand Opening and cash bar reception
Jun 2 Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
Jun 5 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Lunch and Learn
Jun 6 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Community Conversations
Jun 6
6:30 PM
"The Paradox of Being a Black Police Officer Today," by Corey Saffold. A ShopTalk event.
Jun 8 Color-Brave Photo Exhibit: Black and Brown Faces a New Narrative-Community Conversations
Jun 12
6:30 PM
Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professional Baseball League
Jun 13 Joyce Westerman, Wisconsin Women, and the All American Girls Professioinal Baseball League
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