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Asanas for Support: Endurance Yoga Challenge Takes Aims at Lung Cancer

MADISON, Wis. – April 5, 2016 – On July 23, an endurance event of a whole different kind is coming to Madison. Free to Breathe’s Yoga Challenge is a race...

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New Adoption, Foster Parenting Ministry Aims to Educate and Advocate for Children

Waukesha, Wis. (April 27, 2016) - Following their own life experiences chronicled in an emotional, soul-rending book, a Waukesha couple and their family have launched a new ministry aimed at...

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Saturday May 7th from 7:30am-4:00pm, Christ Lutheran School(W229 S8930 Clark St., Big Bend)will host a community wide RUMMAGE SALE. Proceeds will go to the Playground Fund & Youth Group....

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Mustang Shelly's Roadhouse As some of you may know; Michele, Jaime and the Mustang's family have been faced with a great loss recently. After giving birth to a beautiful filly, our...

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Waukesha County Executive Kicks Off Arbor Day Activities

Join Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow on Friday, April 29 at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate Arbor Day. The planting of a tree on Moor Downs Golf Course, 438 Prospect Avenue,...

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Walk MS Menomonee Falls is this Saturday!

Join us this Saturday, April 30th for Walk MS Menomonee Falls! Registration begins at 9am at the Menomonee Falls High School, and the walk begins at 10am. There are 1...

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BBB Serving Wisconsin Holds Free Bi-Annual Shredding Event to Help Fight Identity Theft

On Saturday, April 30th, the Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin (BBB) will host Secure Your ID Day (“ShredFest”) – a free document shredding event that helps people protect themselves from...

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Foraging 101 for Older Adults at Delafield Public Library

May’s Monthly Moments program at Delafield Public Library will host Shannon Francis, founder of Resiliency Training, LLC, for an interactive lecture on Foraging 101, Tuesday, May 10 at 10am. Patrons will...

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Waukesha County Genealogical Society to meet on April 27, 2016

Amish Insight WAUKESHA – On April 27th the Waukesha County Genealogical Society will host an evening with Richard Lee Dawley. Mr. Dawley will share some of his experiences with the...

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Go Green, Gold and Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

In recognition of Mother’s Day, Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Network is teaming up with Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby and his wife, Molly, to increase...

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Meijer Pleased to Sponsor YMCA of Greater Waukesha County’s Healthy Kids Day

Meijer, the new Wisconsin one-stop shopping supercenter, is pleased to sponsor its annual YMCA of Greater Waukesha County’s Healthy Kids Day ® events on Friday, April 29 and Sunday, May...

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Come and visit us at the Old Courthouse Museum for Blast Into the Past Family Day

Come and experience the past on Saturday May 7, 2016 at 9am to 1pm at our free family-friendly, indoor-outdoor celebration! This year, we’re preparing for Yarn Bomb the Museum 2016. Make...

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Southeast Wisconsin Clay Collective Pottery Tour

The Clay Collective, a group of 9 potters based in South Central WI, boasts a combined total of over 250 years of experience and a wide variety of traditions. The...

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Concert Benefiting The Association for the Rights of Citizens with handicaps

Waukesha, WI. The Association of the Rights of Citizens with handicaps is a non-profit located in Waukesha, founded in 1952 by Waukesha County parents advocating for children and adults with disabilities....

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Master Gardener Plant Sale

The 21st annual SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardener Plant Sale will be held Saturday, May 21 at Wisconsin State Fair Park, 84th and Greenfield in West Allis. Hours are 8:00 AM...

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Celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree seedling in a Waukesha County Park

Help Waukesha County Park System plant 1,000 tree seedlings to celebrate Arbor Day. Saturday, April 30 from 9 a.m. to noon you can help reforest a county park in...

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March in the Waukesha July 4th Parade!

WAUKESHA, WI: The City of Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department (WPRF) announces entries are now being accepted for the 2016 City of Waukesha July 4th Parade taking place on...

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Adult Coloring Program at Brookfield Public Library

Looking for a fun way to unplug, unwind and reconnect with others on a Saturday afternoon? Stop into Brookfield Public Library on Saturday April 30th and color with us! Not...

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Teen Financial Literacy Program at Brookfield Public Library

As part of Money Smart Week (April 23-30), the Brookfield Public Library is proud to offer the presentation Financial Literacy for Teens: Preventing Credit Abuse. Both parents and teens are...

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Organic Lawns

Find out the latest approaches and steps to a green & healthy lawn through organic practices that feed the soil and create the best growing medium for the biggest crop...

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Community Watch

» Waukesha West students learn global lessons up close on service trip 4/29

» Judge: Prison for Waukesha man who groped teenage girl, threatened her to drop charges 4/29

» Getaway driver gets eight years in prison for role in Waukesha gas station homicide Updated:  4/29

» City of Waukesha revises Great Lakes water plan Updated:  4/28

» Waukesha Farmers Market set to kickoff 2016 season May 7 4/26

» Longtime local criminal Julio Alvarez gets prison for robbing Waukesha gas station Updated:  4/26

» Waukesha police report: April 28, 2016 issue 4/25

» Proposed strip mall, eatery could replace Gasthaus restaurant 4/25

» Catholic Memorial principal Bob Hall selected to lead new innovative program at Elmbrook Schools Updated:  4/25

» Severe thunderstorm watch in effect 4/25

» Proposed apartment project for Waukesha County Museum remains stalled Updated:  4/25

» Waukesha School District names new principals at four schools 4/22

» Man sentenced to prison for role in Waukesha gas station homicide Updated:  4/22

» Great Lakes officials trim Waukesha's water request Updated:  4/22

» Longtime Waukesha South athletics director Dan Domach ready to relax Updated:  4/22

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Realignment in area conferences and the status of girls/women's basketball in Wisconsin 4/21

» Great Lakes leaders to scrutinize Waukesha water diversion bid 4/20

» Catholic Memorial High School donates $13,000 to Camp Hometown Heroes 4/20

» Waukesha County Fair association names new executive director Updated:  4/19

» Waukesha Police Report: April 21, 2016 issue 4/19

» Waukesha man, former church youth leader, gets prison for sex with minor 4/19

» Waukesha panel grants preliminary approval to Carroll University's new nursing center Updated:  4/19

» Two men, one from Waukesha, allegedly pimped woman after promising to help her 4/19

» Waukesha residents can begin making brush piles for May 2-6 pickup 4/18

» Ex-Waukesha PTO president accused of theft is banned from contacting group Updated:  4/18

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