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  • The Lake Michigan Lecture Series, sponsored by the Sheboygan County Historical Museum, continues on Thursday, Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m. when participants explore "Sheboygan Area Shipwrecks."
  • Gray squirrels and chipmunks have been gathering acorns and hickory nuts, while leaves are starting to come down on the trails at Ledge View Nature Center near Chilton.
    With the season comes fragrant (aka "stinky") soap, hung on trees to discourage deer browsing, as well as a couple of annual activities at the park.
    Ledge View's fruit press again will be made available to those interested in making juice or cider from apples. The press can be used either Oct. 4 or Oct. 11, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., $3 for one bushel. Bring a pitcher, jugs, and a friend to lend a hand.
  • Home-canned spaghetti sauce full of the flavor of garden-fresh tomatoes, or strawberry jam bursting with fruit at the peak of ripeness-with the proper equipment and up-do-date recipes, these and other family favorites can be safely canned at home.
  • The Golden Gardeners Club of the Sheboygan County Aging and Disability Resource Center are planning a program on fall cleanup for Wednesday, Sept. 9 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the ADRC, 650 Forest Ave., Sheboygan Falls.
    Learn how to prepare for the cold Wisconsin winters. Guest garden expert/Master Gardener Lori Waker will share easy tips to protect valuable perennials. Snacks and handouts will be included.
  • On the 50th anniversary (July 30 of the signing of the Medicare and Medicaid into law, Citizen Action of Wisconsin released statewide and local enrollment data to paint a picture of the expansion of health care freedom the programs have enabled across Wisconsin.
  • The Malone Area Heritage Museum, located on CTH W in Malone, will be hosting their Ninth Annual Summer Social this Sunday, Aug. 23 from 11:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. on their museum grounds.
    This year's theme is a community carnival and fair and will highlight a free carnival for the children including face painting, miniature train rides, petting zoo, and carnival games complete with prizes.
  • As summer continues a variety of events are scheduled at Ledge View Nature Center on Short Road just south of Chilton.
    The wildflower folklore walk and the monthly adult lunch program are among those activities. The wildflower walk takes place Saturday, Aug. 8 starting at 10 a.m. Participants can learn some wildflower history and stories as the gardens are toured. The cost is $3 per person.
  • Traditionally there is an urgent need for blood donations during the summer months as donors become involved in outdoor activities and vacations.
    In addition, with schools out of session, high school and college donations drop by more than 80 percent.
  • Calumet County residents and anyone else interested in exhibiting and competing in the 2015 County Fair have until Friday, July 31 to submit entry forms.
  • The St. Thomas the Apostle annual Community Picnic in Newton is planned for Saturday and Sunday, July 25-26.
    The parish grounds are located at 8100 Brunner Rd., Newton.
  • Calumet County residents and anyone else interested in exhibiting and competing in the 2015 County Fair have until Friday, July 31 to submit entry forms.
    The fair will be held on Labor Day weekend (Sept. 4 to 7) at the fairgrounds in Chilton.
  • Officials of Ledge View Nature Center on Short Road just south of Chilton have announced their programs for June.
    Public cave tours are held most Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting at 1 p.m. Call for reservations (tour size limited) at 849-7094. Take a naturalist-guided tour of Carolyn's Caverns. Opportunities for exploring are provided. Bring a flashlight and plan on getting dirty. It is a half mile walk to the caves; caves are accessed by stairs and ladders.
  • May programs have been announced at Ledge View Nature Center, which is located on Short Road about one mile south of Chilton.
    A morning bird hike is planned for Saturday, May 16, starting at 8 a.m. Walk with a naturalist looking and listening for migrating birds. Bob Domagalski, a breeding bird atlas contributor, may be joining the walk. Bring binoculars and a bird book if available. The cost is $3 per person.
  • The Holyland Food Pantry is located in the parsonage of St. Paul United Church of Christ, N10362 St. Paul Rd., Malone.
  • The Kiel Historical Society invites members of the public to the Kiel Community Center on Saturday, May 9 for a presentation entitled "A New Look at the History of St. Nazianz."
  • The memorable characters of Charles Dickens are being brought to life on the stage of the St. Lawrence Seminary Auditorium in the form of the musical by Lionel Bart, "Oliver."
  • St. Gregory School in St. Nazianz is planning an open house and visitation day for Wednesday, April 29.
    3K parents and youths are invited from 9 to 10:30 a.m., 4K from 1 to 2:30 p.m., kindergarten from 1 to 2:30 p.m., and first through eighth graders from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Healthy Eating for Successful Living is a program for people who want to learn more about nutrition and how lifestyle changes can promote better health.
  • Chilton Area Churches
    Ebenezer United Church of Christ
    Chilton • The Rev. Michael B. Safford-Kennedy
    Maundy Thursday-Worship service at 7 p.m.
    Good Friday-Ecumenical Good Friday Service at Gloria Dei Lutheran-New Holstein at 7 p.m.
    Easter Sunday-Easter continental breakfast in Fellowship Hall at 7:30 a.m. until 9 a.m. and Easter worship service at 9:30 a.m.
  • Area residents can help patients in need at BloodCenter of Wisconsin's upcoming blood drives, including these.
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