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Friday, September 25

Blood Drive

11:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Be a hero, give blood! HVCC’s Blood Drive will be Friday, September 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Versiti blood drives follow the highest standards of safety and infection control to help keep staff and donors safe. Versiti is pleased to announce the SARS CoV-2 antibody test will be performed on all donations as part of our standard testing. (Note: this is not a Covid-19 test.) Must have an appointment to donate. Helpful tip: Make sure to eat healthy and drink plenty of water at least two days prior to giving blood.

Hidden Valley Community Church

Categories: Community Events, Family

Saturday, September 26

Pregnancy Helpline of Madison is Going the Distance to #EndDiaperNeed

8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Pregnancy Helpline of Madison is Going the Distance to #EndDiaperNeed.  This event consists of a virtual run/walk and an in-person community diaper drive and t-shirt pick-up. Prizes will be awarded for top fundraising and diaper donations. Anyone can come and drop off diapers and wipes at the park on Sept 26 or any Madison Princeton Club location September 8-30. Funds raised support PH Diaper Bank to provide diapers to families in need. Location McKee Farms Park 2930 Chapel Valley Rd, Fitchburg, WI 53711 Date: Saturday September, 26th 8-11 am Fees Virtual Run: $30 for an individual registration. Family registration is $75 All event information can be found at www.pregnancyhelpline.net.

McKee Farm Park

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Wednesday, September 30

GriefShare

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

GriefShare is a seminar and support group for people grieving the death of someone close. GriefShare’s online video seminar series features Christian pastors, counselors and experts on grief’s various facets discussing topics from a biblical perspective. Video sessions are followed up with confidential support group discussion and a manual designed for your personal reflection and journaling. Fall series runs September 2 - December 9, no meeting Nov. 25

Categories: Class/Study, Community Events

Saturday, October 3

Open Air Market

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Second Chance Animal Advocates is sponsoring an Open Air Market in the parking lot of the Stoughton VFW , located at 200 Veterans Rd, in Stoughton. 45+ vendors will be there! Arts and crafts, flea market items, bakers, retail, local rescue groups and food! A donation of cat or dog food to one of the rescues there would be greatly appreciated. A fun family day for all !! Leashed pets are welcome. Masks and social distancing are still a must. Hand sanitizer available throughout.

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Thursday, October 8

The Chosen Tour

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

An innovative live stream experience for the entire family!

You choose the set list! Vote on songs in real time throughout the night. Want the band to play Come To The Table? Or maybe The Words I Would Say or Smile? How about all three—and more! Your active involvement directs what happens during the show.
  • Get a Household Ticket and everyone in your home can enjoy the HD virtual tour experience for one low price.
  • Or go VIP and your entire household will gain access to our exclusive VIP preshow party including live games and Q&A with the band—plus you'll get a limited edition VIP tour poster.
Get your ticket now!

Categories: Concerts

Tuesday, October 20

T.E.A.C.H. - Teaching Encouraging and Admonishing Children At Home - Christian Home School Support Group - "Protecting Children From Predators"

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

TEACH's October monthly meeting topic, "Protecting Children From Predators", will be covered by Community Liaison/Resource Officer Nate Reynolds from the Monona Police Department. Officer Reynolds will talk about recognizing the warning signs and risky behaviors of some adults and how to put safeguards in place. Time will be given for questions and answers following his presentation.

Monona Oaks Community Church

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Tuesday, October 27

Lakeside Lutheran High School Open House

5:30 AM - 7:30 PM

Who: 8th grade parents When: Tuesday, October 27, 2020 5:30–7:30 p.m. 6:00 Attend departmental presentations based on academic interests 7:15 Video Presentation 7:30 Night ends Where: Lakeside Lutheran High School Why: It’s an opportunity to hear what Lakeside Lutheran has to offer future high schoolers and families. Hear from teachers, ask questions. RSVP by October 19th to Mr. Steve Lauber.  Information needed:  Names of parents/guardians attending. [email protected] or 920.648.2321 Ext. 2218

Lakeside Lutheran High School

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Saturday, November 14

Open Hearts, Open Homes Virtual Gala

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Open Hearts, Open Homes Virtual Gala celebrates the work of foster/adoptive families and raises awareness that more families are needed to help kids in need. Be inspired by foster family stories and keynote, Amalie and Jason Bowling, who share their Chosen journey leading to their Forever Family. Event will include Silent and Live Auctions on-line. Tickets for auction bidding start at $15/family. All other on-line events are free.

Virtual over the Internet

Categories: Community Events, Family, Fundraiser

Tuesday, December 15

T.E.A.C.H. - Teaching Encouraging and Admonishing Children At Home - Christian Home School Support Group - FAMILY GAME NIGHT

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

This will be a family friendly, informal evening of fun, treats, and bonding. We will have an area set up for snacks/desserts/Christmas cookies. What to Bring: A snack/dessert/Christmas cookies to share, card games for Go Fish, Spot It, Euchre, etc.; board games such as Monopoly, Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, Life; and other games like checkers, chess, Backgammon, Master Mind, Othello, Mancala, Apples to Apples, etc. (Please make sure games are tasteful, family friendly, and appropriate.) This is a GREAT opportunity to get to know other home educating families!

Monona Oaks Community Church

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Tuesday, March 16

T.E.A.C.H. - Teaching Encouraging and Admonishing Children At Home - Christian Home School Support Group - "Creation Science"

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

TEACH's March monthly meeting topic, "Creation Science", will be covered by keynote speaker, international speaker & author, and managing director for The Starting Point Project, Jay Seegert, with degrees in both Physics and Engineering Technology, who has been speaking on the authority of Scripture for over 34 years. He will be speaking on "Creation vs. Evolution--The Case from Science" and "Top 10 Questions (about Creation vs. Evolution)". A question and answer time to follow.

Monona Oaks Community Church

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