Kewaunee County Local Events Aug. 19-28
To post an event in the weekly calendar listing, email the information to [email protected], fax it to 920-388-0198 or mail it to Kewaunee County Star- News, P.O. Box 86, Kewaunee, WI 54216. Please include the date and time, location, address, cost, details and contact information.
Friday, Aug. 19
Farmer’s Market: opens 8 a.m., Clock Corner Pavilion, corner of Milwaukee and Mill streets, Kewaunee.
Casco Lion’s Days, Slow Pitch Tournament and sixth annual Casco All-School Reunion: games start Friday evening, Saturday, games all day, Village Park, Casco, free show 5-7 p.m., Let Me Be Frank Productions, resfreshments and food available all day Friday and Saturday, Sunday, parade at 11 a.m., from Village Kitchen to Village Park.
Algoma Sidewalk Sale: all-day, Frid ay and Saturday in downtown Algoma, featuring special sales with 13 Algoma retailers..
Saturday, Aug. 20:
Used book sale: 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 1325 Ellis St, Kewaunee, sponsored by Friends of the Library.
Second Annual VIP Poker Run: 10-11 a.m., registration, Algoma Pizza Bowl, 401 Second St., Algoma with Channel 2 news anchor Tom Zalaski as emcee. Entry fee is $25 per hand and includes event T-shirt. The event starts at Algoma Pizza Bowl and other stops will include Janda’s, Joe Rouer’s, Basil’s II and Waterfront. At each stop, a participant will receive a card. Return to Algoma Pizza Bowl by 4 p.m., cash prizes for top three poker hands and live auction, bucket raffle and other prizes. Proceeds to the Violence Intervention Project.
Soar on the Shore: 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Crescent Beach, Algoma, Watch giant show kites, acrobatic stunt kites set to music and beautiful ground displays for free put on by Members of the Wisconsin Kiters Club. Stroll the beach and Lake Street to grab a bite to eat or get your free kite making kit for kids (limited quantities available). Participate in creating unique beach mosaics. Kite candy drop for kids. Raffle to support Friends of Crescent Beach. New this year is the release of the Sky Lanterns at dusk. Many area shops and restaurants within walking distance, some featuring mobiles on display by James May Gallery. Rain date: Sunday, Aug. 21, kite performance 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Car Show: all day, Jeff’s Sports Bar, N6010 Cty Hwy D, just off Hwy 42 in Alaska, first annual car show with 13 classes, entry fee of $5, for more information call Mike Nye at 920-901-9613.
Sun., Aug. 21
Kewaunee County Farmer’s Market: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., The Flying Pig, N6945 Wisconsin 42, Algoma, local food and farm products, fruits, produce, fresh eggs, baked break, jams, jellies and canned goods, REN Grill serves organic burgers and brats.ct
The Road Home; A Collage of Mostly American Music: 6:30 p.m., Algoma United Methodist Church, 804 Parker Ave, Algoma, presented by the Lakeshore Singers, a community chorus under the direction of David Robertson, sundaes in Fellowship Hall will follow the concert, free.
Smashed on the Rocks: 3-6 p.m., live music with Rocker, at the bar at 70 Church St., Algoma,
Good Times Hall Dance: 1:30-4:30 p.m., 16607 Cty Rd. B, north of Mishicot, music by former Clete Bellin band, cost $5, information 920-863-8232.
Tuesday, Aug. 23,
Algoma Optimists Club: 7 a.m., Caffe Tlazo, 607 Fourth St, Algoma.
City of Kewaunee Public Hearing: 6 p.m., Kewaunee Municipal Building, 401 Fifth St., on proposed referendum to exceed tax levy limit.
Wednesday, Aug. 24
Luxemburg Immunization Clinic: 3-6 p.m., Luxemburg Village Hall, 206 Maple St., Luxemburg, appt. required, call 920-388-7160.
Red Cross Blood Drive: 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Immanuel Lutheran Church Family Life Center, 1000 Wisconsin Ave., Kewaunee, walk-ins welcome or schedule appointments at www.redcrossblood.org or 800-733-2767.
Thursday, Aug. 25
Lunch and A Movie: 12:30 p.m., Algoma Public Library, 406 Fremont St, Algoma. Bring your lunch and enjoy “Goonies” (rated PG).
Kewaunee Rotary Club: 11:45 a.m., Port O’ Call, 310 Milwaukee St., Kewaunee, $11 includes lunch and presentation, all are welcome.
Friday, Aug. 26
Farmer’s Market: opens 8 a.m., Clock Corner Pavilion, corner of Milwaukee and Mill streets, Kewaunee
Coffee with the Candidate: 9-10:30 a.m., Amy’s Coffee House, 406 Milwaukee St., Meet Assembly Candidate Lynn Utesch, stop by for a cup of coffee and discuss any questions or concerns you may have for the First Assembly District.
Community Congregational Church Trout Boil: 4:30- 7 p.m, 502 Center St., Kewaunee, fresh boiled Lake Superior trout, boiled potatoes, onions, carrots, cole slaw, rye bread, homemade pie, coffee and milk, adults $11, Children 5-13, $5, under 5, free..
Saturday, Aug. 27
Used book Sale: 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 1325 Ellis St,, Kewaunee, sponsored by Friends of the Library.
Zoobilee: 2016: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Bruemmer Park, E4280 Cty. F, Kewaunee, a fundraiser benefiting Bruemmer Park Zoo, arts and craft vendors, food and drinks, car show, 5K run/walk, wagon rides, kid’s activities, including petting zoo, mini golf, teddy bear run, bound houses.
Sunday, August 28
St. Peter’s Catholic Church Kermiss: 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m., St. Peter’s Catholic Church, E2591 County Rd. S, Casco, 9:30 a.m. sacred concert by St. Peter’s Adult Mixed Choir, 10:15 a.m., Polka Mass outdoors, 1-5 p.m. featuring Clete Bellin’s orchestra under the direction of Joe Jerabeki, live music from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., Rollie Ferron and his Country Memories, hardwood dance floor, home-made Belgian Food, icnluding chicken booyah, Belgian trippe, Belgian pies and more, gigantic time and talent raffle, children’s games and activities, parcel post and silent auction.
Kewaunee County Farmer’s Market: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., The Flying Pig, N6945 Wisconsin 42, Algoma,. Local food and farm products, fruits, produce, fresh eggs, baked break, jams, jellies and canned goods, REN Grill serves organic burgers and brats.
This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Kewaunee County Local Events Aug. 19-28