Tuesday, October 31
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St. Francis of Assisi
is hosting the 18th Annual International Food Fair on Saturday, November 4, at Roncalli High School. Doors open at 5:00pm. Experience a taste of cuisine from six different cultures from around the globe and, of course, some traditional Wisconsin favorites. Stop at our new Taste of Manitowoc booth! Enjoy an oral auction, cash drawing and raffles. You don't want to miss this event! Click here for more information.
The Chamber of Manitowoc County:
Headshots are an important part of business success! They can be used for a multitude of marketing materials and for your social media presence. Blue Moon Studio, Inc. will be offering headshots to Chamber members for $25! Participants must register online for a time slot between 8:30am and 3:45pm on Monday, November 13. All time slots are first-come, first-served, and participants must register in advance. Follow this link to schedule your time and
Click Here for more information.
Time Out Sports Bar & Grill:
TRICK OR TREAT AT TIME OUT! Bring the kids before or after Trick or Treating on Tuesday, October 31, for KIDS EAT FREE! One free kids meal per adult meal purchase. We'll be handing out candy too!
What The Lock?
Manitowoc Escape Rooms are an immersive theater game experience where you enter a themed room to solve the elements within to escape. We are open special hours October 31, 4:00 - 9:00pm. Use discount code 'LOCKY13' for 13% off your online Halloween booking at www.whatthelock.com! We love costume dress-up and trick or treaters! Have a safe and exciting Halloween!
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay:
"Women in Leadership Roles" is offered through the UW-Green Bay's Business Solutions' 2017-2018 Supervisory Leadership Certificate program as professional development, scheduled for Wednesday, November 15, 2017, from 8:30am - 3:30pm at the Advance Business & Manufacturing Center, 2701 Larsen Rd., Green Bay. For more information on registration, visit our website at
www.uwgb.edu/sbdc, email Diane Welhouse at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (920) 496-2117.
Steve Ford - State Farm:
School yourself on car insurance for your college-age kids. Will my child still be covered under my insurance? Am I going to be paying more for insurance? Are any discounts available? We can help answer all of these questions! Stop in anytime Monday through Friday between 8:00am - 5:00pm to talk to one of our professional team members or give us a call at (920) 682-2997 to set an appointment.
BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists of Manitowoc
is having a month-long sale. For the entire month of October, we're offering 30 percent off frames with the purchase of a complete pair of glasses at our Manitowoc location. BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists is at 4801 Expo Dr., conveniently located near the intersection of Interstate 43 and U.S. 151. Excludes Oakley, Maui Jim, Costa, packages and promotional items. Information: (920) 684-4429 or
HomeCare Health Services and Hospice
: Change Lives...Including Your Own! Become a Hospice Volunteer! We are currently seeking hospice volunteers. This team provides services to clients in their own homes, group homes, assisted living and nursing homes. The role of the volunteer includes providing companionship, respite for caregivers, a listening ear and an open heart. HomeCare Hospice is holding an informational session for volunteers on November 9 at the Lester Public Library in the Community Room starting at 10:30am. For more information, please call (920) 684-7155.
Lakeshore Business Interiors:
Deer Hunters Sale! We currently have several one-of-a-kind chairs and miscellaneous tops ideal for your trip up north. From swivel chairs for deer stands to lounge chairs for the cabin with prices starting at $25 per chair. We have countertops in a variety of colors and sizes ideal for the garage or cabin with pricing at $3 per lineal foot. Hurry in for the best selection. No reasonable price will be refused! 2820 Basswood Rd., Manitowoc. (920) 683-3711.
La Carreta Mexican Restaurant:
Stop in for lunch Monday-Friday - our lunch menu starts at just $5.99. We also are now offering delivery to businesses in Manitowoc Tuesday-Friday from 11:00am - 2:00pm. There is a $25 minimum order. Call (920) 686-0414 to place your order today! www.lacarretamanitowoc.com
L'BRI Pure n' Natural; Emily Howe Manager:
Host a L'BRI catalog show and earn many of your favorite products FREE. You can also purchase your holiday gifts from our Holiday Glamour Collection and Gift Collections. We have so many new products available now. Make sure you are protecting your skin from the changing weather elements. If you need help with determining what skin type you currently have, please contact Emily Howe Manager for more information at (920) 242-3110 or email@example.com, or order directly from www.mlehowe.lbri.com.
Brian's Smokehouse & BBQ:
Are you planning your holiday office parties or family gatherings? Brian's offers several customized catering packages for both families and businesses to meet your budget/needs.
With the wide variety of customer favorites, Brian's will work with you to make sure you have the best authentic southern BBQ. We even have the best cheesecakes available as well. Call Brian's at (920) 374-4185; if no answer, call (920) 794-4600. Gift certificates and a variety of special items are also available for purchase at the Smokehouse.
Tender Reflections of Manitowoc:
Are you looking for a home for your loved one living with Alzheimer's or dementia? Stop in at Tender Reflections of Manitowoc Assisted Living, specializing in memory care and dementia with delayed egress. For a tour call (920) 652-0534; or for a virtual tour visit
www.TenderReflectionsAL.com. We are currently offering a $1,000 discount off the first month's rent and offer a 10% veteran's discount. Tender Reflections is located at 2210 Dufek Dr., Manitowoc.
for over 27 years has provided food at no charge to those who can use a little help. The pantry sends trucks daily to food stores and food businesses that donate their excess food items. Peter's Pantry is a designated recipient of Feeding America, which is another resource for food. The pantry operates on an all-volunteer staff and distributes over $2.1 million worth of product annually. Every $1 donated generates over $20 worth of food. Join the "Miracle of Sharing" - volunteers are needed six days a week. Come join us!
Engaged Social Networking:
Think Local: It starts right in your backyard. Working closely with a local firm to ensure your messages reach the right people; all while maintaining a direct and personable relationship...now that's what we like to call, "getting eng@ged." Contact Gaby Cappaert at (906) 424-0229 or
firstname.lastname@example.org for your social media marketing and consulting needs.
The Salvation Army
has now transitioned from Coats for Kids to our Christmas Toy Drive (Toys for Tots). Many of the locations that had coat boxes will have the toy boxes available. We accept only NEW items for Christmas. Donations - whether items or monetary - can also be made at our office located at 415 N. 6th St., Manitowoc. Toys will be distributed December 12-14 to qualifying families. We also want to thank Manitowoc County for helping gear up over 1,400 children for winter!
University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc:
Spring Awakening - The Musical, performances Friday and Saturday, November 3 and 4, 7:30pm, in the University Theatre. More information and tickets:
Learn the warning signs of Alzheimer's disease at the next Caregiver College presentation at Felician Village, "Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection." Learn what signs are often dismissed as side effects of normal aging, how to separate myth from reality, and how to address commonly held fears.
The event takes place Wednesday, November 15, from 6:00 - 7:00pm. Felician Village is located at 1635 S. 21st St., Manitowoc.
or (920) 684-7171, ext. 329. For more information, go to
UW-Manitowoc Lakeshore Big Band:
The Lakeshore Big Band presents "Theme Song" on Saturday, November 4, 7:30pm, Capitol Civic Centre, under the direction of Conductor and Music Director Paul Sucherman and David Bourgeois, Vocal Director. The concert is centered around theme songs of well-known TV series from by-gone eras to present day, such as Johnny's Theme, The Odd Couple, Family Guy, Frasier, I Love Lucy, Perry Mason, Sesame Street, Masterpiece Theatre and other beloved and recognized tunes from television. For more information and ticket sales, visit www.LakeShoreWindEnsemble.org or www.cccshows.org. Music Unites Us. See you at the concert!
Manitowoc Public Library (MPL):
It's been said everyone has a great novel inside their brain. But, how do you get that novel published once it's on the page? At 6:00pm on Wednesday, November 1, in MPL's Balkansky Community Room,
authors and editors Sharon Verbeten and Melissa Gorzelanczyk will discuss this topic, including finding a writing niche, revising your work, querying agents and editors, and learning the "Dos and Don'ts" of successful writing. Admission is FREE!!!
Lakeshore Humane Society:
Halloween is lots of fun for kids, but many dogs will be confused or upset by strangers in costumes coming to their door. Dogs may chase or be excited by costumes. Here are some tips for dog owners at Halloween - Disconnect the doorbell and watch for trick-or-treaters. Secure your dog behind a closed door or in a crate. Give your dog a stuffed Kong or other hollow chew toy. Play music. Close drapes. Keep your dogs (and cats) indoors around Trick or Treating time.
Lakeshore Technical College (LTC)
invites high school parents and students to
Parents Night on November 8 from 4:30 - 6:30pm on the LTC Cleveland campus. Find out why LTC is a smart choice for students-and parents. Bring your high school student and learn about the wide range of career choices that match LTC programs; financial aid and scholarships; LTC's state-of-the-art classrooms and labs; and credit transfer to four-year universities. Register at
Fox Hills Resort:
Individual tickets are on sale November 1 for our New Year's Eve show "Saving Abel - A Fox Hills Event." Tickets cost $30 (plus taxes and fees) and can be purchased through the Specials & Entertainment tab at www.foxhillsresort.com or by visiting
. Tickets are limited, so get yours soon.
Our annual Halloween Costume Party is set for Friday, November 3, with $500 in cash and prizes awarded for first place.
The top-5 costumes all win great prizes. Call (920) 755-2376 for more information.
Engineered for safety! Guardrail is the safest option for providing fall protection and safety guarding. SESCO now offers safety railing kits which can be used to block interior machines, electrical panels, and walkways. These are available in multiple configurations to fit your needs and can be purchased as galvanized steel or aluminum. Our Kwik Kits are powder coated safety yellow for high visibility and cover 12 feet with 6-foot extension kits available. Please visit our website at www.sesco-services.com or call (920) 482-0016 for more information.
Atrium Senior Living of Two Rivers at Northland Lodge:
Back pain is extremely common and can be caused by many everyday activities. Join us for "Ask the Expert: Understanding Back Pain" at 6:00pm on Tuesday, November 7. Learn about common causes of back pain, treatments, and tips to protect your spine and prevent injury. Presentation is FREE. Northland Lodge is located at 2500 Garfield St., Two Rivers. Register by calling (920) 793-2261.
The Masquers, Inc
is performing "
Wait Until Dark," November 9-11. A blind housewife becomes the target of con-men searching for a "treasure." The leader of the pack convinces his team that they are going to be rich and will get the "treasure" soo
n enough, but in the end, he adds to the murder toll. Who will be his victims? You'll find the answer amid heart-pounding thrills and spell-binding suspense.
Get your tickets at the
Capitol Civic Centre
. More information at
David's House of Travel:
Halloween is full of tricks and treats, but why not treat yourself to a Halloween getaway? Escape Here has released the top 10 coolest destinations to travel to for Halloween. From the witch trials in Salem, to Ireland, the country where Halloween is believed to originate from, to a transformed theme park in Hollywood, CA.
Give us a call at (920) 684-6117 or stop in at 1029 S. 26th St., Manitowoc, to learn more about these spooky places!
Central Bark Doggy Day Care:
Seeking candidates 21+ years of age who are physically and mentally capable of extreme climates and rough terrain. Self-motivation, a positive attitude and exemplary customer service can compensate for experience as we are willing to train the right person. Background check and routine drug screenings are required. Flexible scheduling and an amazing animal experience are at your door. Candidates with a clean driving record and history of driving extended vehicles will receive priority attention. Apply ONLINE (no calls or pop-ins, please).
Lester Public Library:
University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc's Dr. Brian Murphy is the featured speaker at our Scholar for Life event at 6:00pm on Wednesday.
In his presentation, "Protecting the Internet: the Mathematics of Passwords and Data Encryption," he delves into the history of data encryption and describes today's fight to keep information private. Our every-other-Thursday Genealogy Club meets at 10:15am this week. The LPL Flix feature at 1:00pm on Friday is Megan Leavey. The Embodying Mindfulness meditation class is 11:00am Saturday; register here. At 6:00pm next Tuesday, November 7, we're offering a very special showing of the movie Honor Flight. Guest Mark Grams introduces the film and answers questions about the Honor Flight Network.
City of Two Rivers
Parks and Recreation Department is offering Pickleball. These are drop-in classes and Punch Card payment. Players need own paddle; ball is provided. Dates, times and days vary. Tuesdays and Thursdays, now through April 5, 2018 - 1:00 - 3:00pm; Sundays, November 5 - December 17 - 4:00 - 6:00pm; and Wednesdays, November 1 - December 27, 5:30 - 7:30pm. Fee: Punch Card -$20 Resident/$20 Non Resident (10 sessions per card). Pickleball is held in the Rocheleau Gym at the J.E. Hamilton Community House.
Le-Vel THRIVE Promoter:
Do you like coffee? Do you like your coffee hot or cold? How would you like to get your daily coffee for FREE? Well, it's now available!!! Introducing THRIVE Cafe, a premium coffee mocha flavored beverage. It's designed to be a healthier and more nutritious alternative to coffee. To get your FREE sample, contact us at (920) 629-0695 or
The Golden Flame Family Restaurant:
Thursday, November 2, and Friday, November 3, 4:00 - 6:00pm - Buy 1 Daily Special, Get 1 for ½ Price (no other discounts can be applied). Thursday Daily Specials - Shrimp, Beef or Chicken Stir Fry, Lasagna w/Garlic Bread, Liver and Onions, Pot Roast w/Noodles, Farmer's Steak, Broasted Chicken. Friday Daily Specials - Lake Perch, Steak and Shrimp, Fried Smelt, Baked or Deep Fried Haddock, Broiled Trout.
This week's featured CHAMBER SAVINGS CARD offer:
Holy Family Memorial Wellness Center
10% off of regular priced over the counter products.
3310 Calumet Ave., Manitowoc
2017 CHAMBER SAVINGS CARD offers.
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