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A Wade House Christmas

Dec 14 - Dec 15 :: Wade House :: Greenbush
Experience the wonder of a 19th-century Christmas
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Island Boutique

Dec 14 :: Madeline Island Museum :: La Pointe
Spice up the holidays at the Madeline Island Museum
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An Old World Christmas

Dec 14 - Dec 15 :: Old World Wisconsin :: Eagle
Jingle all the way to the 1800s!
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Jerry Apps discusses The Land Still Lives at McFarlanes'

Dec 14 :: McFarlanes' Retail Center - Sauk City :: Sauk City
Join beloved storyteller Jerry Apps as he discusses his very first book, newly reissued by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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Curly Lambeau: Building the Green Bay Packers

Jan 8 :: The Connector, Room 131 :: Marshfield
Join author Stuart Stotts to learn why there would be no Green Bay Packers without Curly Lambeau.
Storytime

Storytime at the Museum

Jan 9 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison
Join the Wisconsin Historical Museum for a series of free storytime events featuring books that celebrate diversity, friendship, and community.
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Hearthside Dinners

Jan 11 :: Wade House :: Greenbush
Enjoy a delicious hearth-cooked meal, prepared with your own hands, in the historic Wade House stagecoach hotel.
Storytime

Storytime at the Museum

Jan 23 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison
Join the Wisconsin Historical Museum for a series of free storytime events featuring books that celebrate diversity, friendship, and community.
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Louis V. Clark III discusses Rebel Poet: More Stories from a 21st Century Indian

Jan 28 :: Kewaskum High School Theater :: Kewaskum
Oneida author and storyteller Louis V. Clark III (Two Shoes) seamlessly blends poetry and prose to share his own American Indian story
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Risking Everything: The Story of Freedom Summer

Feb 3 :: Everett Roehl Marshfield Public Library :: Marshfield
Michael Edmonds will discuss how America changed forever during the summer of 1964.