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Friday, April 27

Abundant Life Christian School presents 'James and the Giant Peach'

7:30 PM - 9:45 PM

It's time for Abundant Life Christian School’s Spring Musical! Please join ALCS Drama as we present a quirky new spin on a classic literary tale by the creators of The Greatest Showman, La La Land, Trolls, and Dear Evan Hansen . . . it’s the musical James and the Giant Peach. Tickets are available ONLINE at https://alcs.tix.com for your seats. James and the Giant Peach runs April 20-21 and April 26-28. It’s peachy good fun for the whole family!

City Church

Categories: Community Events, Family

Saturday, April 28

Touched Twice Madison

6:00 AM - 2:00 PM

We are group of believers in Christ Jesus that share a passion to demonstrate the love of Christ in a very real and tangible way by helping people in need. We are a FREE medical & Dental clinic. All the following services are free: Dental Care Chiropractic Care Medical Check-ups* Vital Readings Massage Therapy* Haircuts* Food Pantry* Thrift Store Facials Hot Lunch & More! *-Waiting for confirmation! Reminder Dental Lines form early! Dental starts at 6 a.m. till spots are filled! First come first served! All other services start at 10 a.m.!

Calvary Gospel Church

Categories: Community Events, Family

Rummage Sale - Helenville, WI

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

St. Peter's Lutheran School in Helenville, WI on Highway 18 is holding it's annual school wide rummage sale, concession stand, and cream puff drive. the funds will help the seventh and eighth grade class pay for their class trip to Washington D. C. in 2020. It will be held Saturday, April 28 from 7:00am - 4:00pm and Sunday, April 28 from 10:00am - 2:00pm. Sunday will include a bag sale. Thank you for your support.

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

Stonecroft Dinner - Speaker D'Cota Dixon

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

"A New Season of Intentionality" D'Cota Dixon, All Big Ten safety, UW football team captain, and winner of the Courage Award at the 2017 Orange Bowl, will share his faith and life journey.  Brian Sith of Athletes in Action will give a presentation about that organization. Please email Barb or Tom Hoffner at [email protected] if interested in attending.  Prepaid reservations are appreciated by Saturday, April 21.  You can also call at 608.238.7973.    

The Radisson Hotel

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Abundant Life Christian School presents 'James and the Giant Peach'

7:30 PM - 9:45 PM

It's time for Abundant Life Christian School’s Spring Musical! Please join ALCS Drama as we present a quirky new spin on a classic literary tale by the creators of The Greatest Showman, La La Land, Trolls, and Dear Evan Hansen . . . it’s the musical James and the Giant Peach. Tickets are available ONLINE at https://alcs.tix.com for your seats. James and the Giant Peach runs April 20-21 and April 26-28. It’s peachy good fun for the whole family!

City Church

Categories: Community Events, Family

Sunday, April 29

Authentic Indian Meal Fundraiser

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Join us for an authentic Indian meal at Willerup United Methodist Church, 414 W. Water St, Cambridge, WI. A variety of dishes, both meat and vegetarian, will be served family-style for all to enjoy. Cost: Adults - $10, Youth 10 and under - $5. Take-outs are available. Proceeds to benefit the Willerup Youth Summer Mission Trip Pastor Marvin's wife, Nalini, has graciously offered to cook up an Indian feast for our community. Come out and experience authentic Indian cooking at it's best. The menu: ✔️Chicken Curry ✔️Pakora ✔️Peas Rice ✔️Cumin Potatoes ✔️Cucumber & Tomato Salad ✔️Rice Pudding ✔️Tea, lemon water, mango juice Our youth who are headed on this summer's mission trip to the Quad Cities will be happy to serve you. Proceeds to benefit their trip and the needs of that community.

Categories: Community Events, Fundraiser

Janesville's 41st CROP Hunger Walk: April 29, 2018

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Walk. Give. Change the World. Janesville's 41st CROP Hunger Walk We like to think of it this way. The CROP Hunger Walk is the heart and "sole" of Janesville. It is the only event that brings together all members of our community - young and old, all faiths and all walks of life for a common goal - to end hunger one step at a time! Mark your calendar for Janesville's 41st CROP Hunger Walk to be held on Sunday, April 29, 2018, at Cargill United Methodist Church, 2000 Wesley Avenue, Janesville. Registration begins at 1:00 p.m., and the walk/run starts at 1:30 p.m. There is no registration fee, but CROP Hunger Walk donations are gratefully accepted to help raise funds for local and worldwide hunger relief. Janesville's local food pantry, ECHO, will be the recipient of 25% of the funds raised from this year's event. In addition, ECHO will collect boxes of Mac & Cheese and jars of Peanut Butter on the day of the event to help families during the summer months when donations tend to drop off. The remaining funds will fight hunger internationally through the efforts of Church World Service. Choose to walk or run on our new ½ mile, 1 mile, 5K, or 10K route. Walk/run the portion of the route most comfortable to you. Water is provided along the way. The most important thing is your participation. Leashed dogs may accompany walkers/runners, and there will be treats for registrants after the walk/run. CROP Hunger Walk in a nutshell. One afternoon of walking to end hunger locally and around the world. Join us to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors down the street and around the world. Register on the day of the event, or register a team of friends and relatives online right now and begin collecting donations to support the cause. More details may be found at: www.crophungerwalk.org/janesvillewi; www.facebook.com/JanesvilleCROP/; or by contacting Janesville's event coordinators Carolyn Brandeen at (608) 754-7004 or Kathy Holcombe at (608) 756-8117; emailing: [email protected] If you are not able to participate on the day of the event, consider making a tax-deductible online contribution to Janesville's CROP Hunger Walk at: www.crophungerwalk.org/janesvillewi Regardless of its size, your gift will have an impact around the block and around the world. In the past 40 years, you have taken steps - literally - to end hunger by participating in the Janesville CROP Hunger Walk -- and raising over $1,100,000! Together with your help, Janesville's 2018 CROP Hunger Walk will reach new heights, touch new parts of the globe, and be our most impactful year yet. What does CROP stand for? When CROP began in 1947 (under the wing of Church World Service), CROP was an acronym for the Christian Rural Overseas Program. Its primary mission was to help Midwest farm families share their grain with hungry neighbors in post-World War II Europe and Asia. Today, we have outgrown the acronym, but we retain it as the historic name of the program. CROP Hunger Walks are community-wide events sponsored by Church World Service and organized by religious groups, businesses, schools, and others to end hunger at home and around the world. Church World Service (CWS) continues to be passionate about ensuring sustainable access to proper, nutritious food, supporting more than 2,000 communities across the United States participating in more than 1,000 CROP Hunger Walks each year. More than five million CROP Hunger Walkers have joined in more than 36,000 CROP Hunger Walks in the last two decades alone. On October 17, 1969, a thousand people in Bismarck, ND, walked in what may have been the first-ever CROP Hunger Walk - and raised $25,000 to help stop hunger. Several other CROP Hunger Walks occurred soon thereafter, and before long, there were hundreds of Walks each year in communities nationwide. With its birth in 1969, CROP Hunger Walks are "viewed by many as the granddaddy of charity walks," notes the Los Angeles Times (October 26, 2009).

Cargill United Methodist Church

Categories: Community Events, Family, Fundraiser

Hand Bell Concert - Milton, WI

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The Milton, WI community is hosting our 6th Annual Community Hand Bell Concert on Sunday, April 29, 2018.  4:00 PM at Hope Lutheran Church, 335 Dairyland Drive, Milton. This event is free to the public and will feature the hand bell choirs of the Milton Methodist Church, Hope Lutheran Church and Milton First Congregational Church. All are welcome and refreshments will be served following the concert.

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Wednesday, May 2

Save Our Lakes Community Breakfast

7:00 AM - 9:15 AM

Join Clean Lakes Alliance at the Save Our Lakes Community Breakfast on Wednesday, May 2nd as we bring business, government, and community together to review our collective progress towards cleaner and healthier lakes. At the breakfast, we assess the past year and launch new programs and initiatives for the year ahead. New this year, we will be announcing the winners of our "Reimagining Warner Beach Design Project" during our program hosted by NBC15 anchor, Leigh Mills. Guests can expect a hot breakfast, great conversation with local advocates, and a copy of the 2018 State of the Lakes Report. TIMELINE 7 a.m. - doors open, coffee and conversation 7:30 - 9:15 a.m. - program and hot breakfast

Monona Terrace Convention Center

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Friday, May 4

MarriageRestored - Milwaukee, WI

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Milwaukee, WI; May 4-6, 2018. MarriageRestored is a weekend for couples who are in or have been in crisis. It is NOT a marriage clinic, counseling session or sensitivity group, but rather an opportunity for couples to examine their relationship using a proven communication technique. A non-refundable registration fee of $75 is required to secure a reservation. MarriageRestored operates on the "Pay It Forward" system, so costs for scheduled weekends have been covered by couples who attended a previous weekend. At the close of every event, attending couples are given the opportunity to give a donation so other couples have the chance to experience a future weekend. For information contact: [email protected] or 877-844-2262

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