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April 22, 2014
To make additions to this calendar, call the Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce at 715-735-6681, fax 715-735-6682 or e-mail email@example.com Information must be received by NOON -TUESDAY of each week. The Community Calendar does not accept monthly meeting notices; please use the In Brief section of the Eagle Herald.
MENOMINEE SUMMER PROGRAM GUIDE AVAILABLE The Menominee Recreation Department’s program guide is available to view online at www.cityofmenominee.org and click on recreation and programs. Hard copies are available at the schools, recreation office and Spies Public Library.
MENOMINEE CATHOLIC CENTRAL TAKING ORDERS FOR FLOWER BASKETS Choose from red or pine geranium baskets and fuchsia baskets. Price is $25 and ready for pick-up at Angeli’s in Menominee before Mother’s Day (will deliver in town for small fee). To order call 906-863-3190 or stop at school, 1401 10th Avenue in Menominee.
UW-MARINETTE SEEKING HOST FAMILIES UW-Marinette is looking for people interested in connecting with our students through host and friendship family opportunities. Contact Evelyn Neziri, Coordinator of International Student Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-735-4300 ext 4359.
MARINETTE LOGGING MUSEUM LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS The Logging Museum on Stephenson Island will be needing volunteers for the summer. If interested or want more information call Darlene at 715-732-2545.
AQUA HERO CLASS The Greater Marinette Menominee YMCA is offering a free water class for anyone with a disability of any age. Aqua H.E.R.O (helping everyone reach opportunities) is held every Friday from 1-1:45pm. Instructor works on all aspects of wellness. For more information call the Y at 906-863-9983.
OVER THE HILL GANG First United Methodist Church in Marinette is resuming their schedule for the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 1pm to anyone wishing to play games, cards and good fellowship. Church is located at 813 Owena Street.
STAA ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy accepting registrations for 2014-15 school year. Forms are available at www.thomas-aquinas.org or at the school offices. Call 715-735-7481 for more information.
HEALTHWAYS SILVER SNEAKERS PROGRAM Get fit and stay young with the Silver Sneakers program at River Cities Community Pool. You can lap swim, water walk, attend a group water fitness class, land yoga or use weight room for little or no cost if you are eligible. Call 715-735-0585 with questions or set up an appointment. Facility is located at 1125 University Drive in Marinette.
TUTORING Free Tutoring is available every Thursday from 3:30-5:30pm at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, 613 11th Avenue in Menominee for K-6th grades. For more information contact Len Welling at 906-863-2366 or Rev. Paul Cole at 906-863-3095.
SALVATION ARMY SERVING LUNCH Lunch will be served from 11:45am-12:15pm Monday through Friday. (Program will follow the winter school closings).
MENOMINEE SPRING FARMERS MARKET Market is held Saturdays from 10am-2pm at the Menominee Senior Center on 10th Avenue in Menominee. Market features locally grown vegetables, jams, candies, breads,. Wood crafts, sewn items, soaps, lotions and much more. We accept EBT cards and credit cards. For more information contact Lucy Pier (Certified Market Manager) at 906-863-8718 or visit www.menomineefarmersmarket.com
YMCA AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM YMCA afterschool programs promote a love for learning, social and emotional development, and character and creativity. Youths receive homework help and tutoring as needed. Financial assistance is available to those in need. For more information on afterschool program held at Central School in Menominee contact the Y or Michell at 906-863-9983 or Michell@mmymca.org
SILVER SNEAKERS FITNESS PROGRAM To find out if you are eligible for Silver Sneakers, contact your health plan or stop by the Greater Marinette-Menominee YMCA at 1600 West Drive, Menominee or call 906-863-9983. Your Medicare Health plan, Medicare Supplement carrier or group retiree plan may include Silver Sneakers as part of your benefit package.
FREE BASIC COMPUTER CLASSES Classes held at the Job Center of Wisconsin, 1605 University Drive in Marinette and funded by Bay Area Workforce Development Board in partnership with Goodwill Industries. The following classes Computer Basics, MS Windows, Word, Internet, Email and Excel will be held every Monday afternoon from 2-3:30pm. Call the Job Center at 715-732-7854 or 715-732-7756 for reservations.
Now through April 30
STUDENT ART SHOW Artwork by students in Eric Carlson’s spring art class is on display at the UW-Marinette art gallery in the Fine Arts Building. Art show features 2 dimensional & 3 dimensional design, intro to painting and intro to sculpture. Gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8am-4pm. For further information call Eric Carlson at 715-735-4300 ext. 4322.
Now through May 22
AQUATIC PROGRAMS River Cities Community Pool swim lessons include water safety, stroke development, improvement, refinement and fun. Preschool-youth member cost is $22 and program participant/$30. Parent/child free for members and $10 program participants. For times or more information call 715-735-0585, email@example.com or check www.rivercitiespool.org
WOMEN WALK THE WORLD FUNDRAISER The Marinette County Association for Home and Community Education will be participating in this fundraiser to benefit the Third World women for projects such as water filters and wells. Anyone interested in joining the walk or making a donation meet on Stephenson Island between 1-3pm. For more information call Pat at 715-732-4462.
SPRING SPA-LA-PA-LOOZA Event is from10am-2pm, Heritage Hearing Care, 705 10th Avenue in Menominee. Come pamper yourselves, try products for a hand spa, facial, foot soak, sheer minerals make-up, cash/carry items and gift basket drawing. All compliments Lemongrass Spa’s Team Achieve Consultants. Donations are for Freedom Feet Campaign and area cancer patients.
SPRING ART/CRAFT/BAKE SALE Peshtigo Woman’s Club is sponsoring sale at Peshtigo High School, 380 Green Street in Peshtigo from 9am-3pm. Admission is $1 or canned food item to be donated to the Peshtigo Food Pantry. First 200 shoppers get a ticket to win prizes. Kids craft table $.50 to make a craft to take home.
ST. BALDRICK’S HEAD SHAVING EVENT Event held at St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, 1200 Main Street in Marinette at 12noon. Shavees shave their heads in solidarity with pediatric cancer patients and fundraise for pediatric cancer research. Bucket raffle, silent auction, children’s activities and music. For more information go to StBaldricks.org or call 888-899-BALD.
POTLUCK AT AMERICAN LEGION 6pm, American Legion Post 146 in Menominee is sponsoring event. Bring a dish to pass.
April 28 –June 9
FAMILY EDUCATIONAL SERIES Marinette County Health and Human Services ADAP announces the next Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse series prevention, intervention and treatment. Series is open to the public. All sessions held in the basement conference room at 2500 Hall Avenue in Marinette from 6-8pm. No cost to participants and expected to attend all 6 sessions. Call 715-732-7760 or 888-732-7549 to reserve and how many will be attending.
SPRING LUNCHEON Holy Family Altar Society is hosting from 11am-1pm at Holy Family Social Center, 2725 Taylor Street in Marinette. Tickets are $5 and sold at the door. For specific time reservations contact Pat 715-735-5048, Rosalie 715-732-2726 or Mary Ann 715-732-2557. Salads, hot dishes and desserts served.
ANNUAL WOMEN, WINE & WELLNESS EVENT Event to benefit the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic in Marinette from 5-8pm at Aurora Health Center, 4061 Old Peshtigo Road in Marinette. Wine tasting, aromatherapy, hand massage, facials, health screenings, raffles, door prizes and hors d’oeuvres. Call 888-863-5502 or visit Aurora.org/Events to register. Pre-registration is $15 and $20 at the door.
SPAGHETTI DINNER BUSINESS TAKE OUT LUNCHEON Menominee Catholic Central business take out luncheon meal consists of spaghetti & meatballs, garlic bread and dessert. Delivery available from 10:30am-1pm and cost is $8. Call 906-863-3190 or firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order.
YMCA CINCO DE MUSTACHE 5.5 mile run/.55 mile kids run at 5:55pm at the YMCA, 1600 West Drive in Menominee. Cost is $15 for 5.5 run and $10 for .55 mile kids run. Pre-register by April 19 and receive a free t-shirt. Light snacks and refreshments will be served. Register in person or visit www.active.com
May 2 & June 6
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENINGS Screenings are held from 8:15am-1pm at Menominee County Intermediate School District, 1201 41st Avenue in Menominee. Appointments are required and are for children from birth through age 5. For more information or to schedule an appointment call Menominee County ISD at 906-863-5665. Arrangements can be made for children in the Carney-Nadeau and North Central school districts.
31ST ANNUAL SPAGHETTI DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION Menominee Catholic Central holding dinner, over $2,000 in cash prizes, silent auction, raffles and games for children. For more information call 906-863-3190.
SPRING FLING The Menominee Animal Shelter will hold event at 6pm at the Menominee VFW Post 1887, 3937 10th Street in Menominee. Raffle tickets are $20 and admit two people. Tickets can be purchased at the Animal Shelter, the VFW, Statewide Real Estate and Pack-N-Ship in Menominee. Prizes awarded and food & refreshments served.
SPRING RUMMAGE SALE Sale is from 9am-noon at First Presbyterian Church, 923 5th Street in Menominee. (Use 10th Ave entrance).
CHAIN REACTION DAY Event is sponsored by Marinette County Elderly Services to help elderly people with necessary outside home chores such as raking and window washing. To volunteer or have questions call 715-854-7453 or 800-990-4242.
RUMMAGE/LBAKE SALE First Trinity Lutheran Church will host sale from 8am-12noon at 920 Wells Street in the parish hall next to the church. For questions call Bonnie at 715-732-1253.
May 3, 17 & June 7
FEATHER AND FUR SPRING SWAP SCHEDULE Swap hosted by Northern Poultry- Pigeon-Rabbit Club. All swaps are 8am-12noon. Free admission, buyers & sellers welcome, bring your own cages, public welcome and held rain or shine. April 19/Marinette Farm and Garden, May 3/Tractor Supply Company, May 17/Daggett Elementary School and June 7/Peshtigo Feed Mill. For more information call Joe/Sharon 715-582-3679, Mary/Doug 906-753-4153 or Sandi 715-735-7120.
SPRING CONCERT The Northeastern Wisconsin Concert band will present concert at 3:30pm in the JW Jones auditorium of Marinette High School. Ticket prices adults/$5, students/$2 and available at the door. Music is for all ages.
DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT TO BENEFIT DREW CHRISTENSEN The Marinette High School Class of 2017with assistance from the National Honor Society will sponsor community tournament to benefit the medical fund of classmate Drew Christensen. The cost is $50 per ten- person team. Registration due by April 25. For more information call class advisors Pam Berg at 715-735-1445 or Erin Swiggum at 715-735-1437.
May 5 through July 24
RIVER CITIES STREAMLINERS USA Swim Team for ages 5-19 years old. Try it out free during the season for one week. Fees are based according to practices. Call 715-735-0585, email@example.com or www.rivercitiespool.org
FREE MARKETING YOURSELF WORKSHOP New Marketing Yourself Workshop “Red Flag” is from 10-11:30am at the Job Center of Wisconsin, 1605 University Drive in Marinette. Workshop funded by Bay Area Workforce Development Board in partnership with Goodwill Industries. Reservations for workshops can be made by calling the Marinette Job Center at 715-732-7854 or 715-732-7756.
SPRING SALAD LUNCHEON Resurrection Parish, 2607 18th Street in Menominee hosting luncheon from 11am-1pm. Cost is $6 per plate. Call parish office 906-863-3405 for reservation.
OPEN HOUSE & FALL REGISTRATION Open house at It Takes A Village Preschool, 113 5th Avenue in Menominee from 5-7pm. Call 906-863-0109 for more information or to schedule a visit for another day.
BEARING A CROSS FOR THE HOMELESS Pastor David Pennell will set off at 6m from Abundant Life Church in Menominee and physically bearing his cross will walk to Abundant Life Church in Kingsford, MI. Pastor Dave is praying to reach $100,000 for the homeless shelter and continuing drug problem. For more information or to donate call 906-424-4429 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE MARKETING YOURSELF WORKSHOP Marketing Yourself Workshop; Cover Letters, Resumes and Social Media from 2-4pm at the Job Center of Wisconsin, 1605 University Drive in Marinette. Workshop funded by Bay Area Workforce Development Board in partnership with Goodwill Industries. Reservations for workshops can be made by calling the Marinette Job Center at 715-732-7854 or 715-732-7756.
FROGGY NIGHT HIKE Join Land & Water Conservation Division staff and learn about the lives of our native frogs in the Peshtigo Harbor Wildlife Area. Hike is 6:15-7:45pm at Hemlock Curve Nature Trail. The hike is about 2.5 miles and insect/tick repellent is recommended. Free public program. For more information call 715-732-7780.
BRATS FOR BREAKFAST The M&M Area Community Foundation will be hosting “Brats for Breakfast” from 6-10am in front of Bay Cities Radio station in Menominee. You may have your order of 20 or more delivered by placing your order by Monday, May 5th. A donation of $2 each is suggested. Call 906-864-3599 for more information or visit www.mmcommunityfoundation.org for an order form.
SPRING SALAD LUNCHEON Public is invited to luncheon from 11am-1pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 917 Church Street in Marinette. Enjoy a variety of hot and cold salads, beverage and dessert for $6. No reservations are needed. There will also be a bake and plant sale.
May 8 & 29
LIVING GLUTEN FREE May 8/6-7pm and May 29/10-11am shop with Nola Hardy, RD at Angeli Foods in Menominee. Step by step, she will show you products that will make you feel better and live healthier. To register for this free class call 906-863-5575 or stop at the customer service desk.
May 9 & 10
POND ROAD BIRDFEST Friday, 7pm free program on “Nicaragua-Our Bird’s Winter Home” by Joan Campbell & Beth Goetzman at UW-Marinette Campus – room M117 with refreshments to follow. Saturday Sunrise to Sunset, Birding Pond Road & the Observation deck. Tours lead by Audubon members. Bird Talk” is on the deck by Denise Taylor at 1pm. For more information call 715-732-1277 or www.craudubon.com
BRETL WALLEYE TOURNAMENT
8am-3pm at Nestegg Marine in Marinette.
Open to the public.
Speakers, 50/50, raffles, watch the weigh-ins and learn about drug
awareness and what we can do to fight this in our area.
All proceeds donated to area organizations to fight & prevent drug
abuse. For registration forms
or call Jennifer 715-938-2152 or Mike 715-735-5844 .
SPRING CARNIVAL STAA Middle School Student Council sponsoring carnival from12-3pm in the high school gym and open to all students in the community 5th grade and younger. All proceeds benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
SPRING WILDFLOWER WALK 9:30-11:30am at the Harmony Arboretum. Take a free guided 1 mile hike. Good walking shoes and insect repellant recommended. For more information call 715-732-7780. Arboretum is located 7 miles west of Marinette on Hwy 64, then ½ mile south on County E.
May 12 & 19
TRAINING CLASSES FOR GREAT START EARLY CHILDHOOD All trainings will be held at the ISD building from 6-9pm. Call Sue Ellison at 906-863-2493 ext. 1018 to register and for more information or email@example.com. Trainings are funded through Great Start Initiative or Children’s Trust Fund Grant.
HEALTHY SHOPPING 101 Discover the basics of shopping with health in mind at Angeli Foods from 6-7pm. Learn how to read nutrition labels in foods you already buy and some new options. Leave with ways to make meal planning easier and better with registered dietitian, Nola Hardy from Aurora Health Care. To register for free class call 715-732-4828.
FREE MARKETING YOURSELF WORKSHOP Marketing Yourself Workshop Job Applications and Interview Skills from 2-4pm at the Job Center of Wisconsin, 1605 University Drive in Marinette. Workshop funded by Bay Area Workforce Development Board in partnership with Goodwill Industries. Reservations for workshops can be made by calling the Marinette Job Center at 715-732-7854 or 715-732-7756.
STEAK FRY Dinner served from 5-7pm at American Legion Post 146 in Menominee to celebrate Armed Forces Day. Menu includes tenderloin, potato, salad bar & dessert. Cost is $10. Tickets sold at Legion. For more information call Bill at 715-587-3160.
E-RECYCLING EVENT Event held at the ReStore, 2990 Cleveland Avenue in Marinette from 9am-2pm. Event also includes a flea market, cookout and bake sale. There will be a $2 charge per item to recycle. Spots for flea market are $10. To reserve a spot or more information call Michelle at 715-732-6290.
May 17 & 18
UNITY SEEKS VOLUNTEERS Unity, leaders in hospice and palliative care are looking for volunteers for the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon. Openings are available May 17 with 5k run/walk and May 18 with the full and half marathons. Questions about volunteering call 800-990-9249 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To sign up visit www.cellcomgreenbaymarathon.com
THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF MARINETTE COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM May’s topic, Creating Electronic Slide shows is being held from 7-8:30pm in the Marinette Middle School LMC. This session will take a look at some of the free options you have available to create those flashy videos to show off your pictures. To register go www.communityedmarinette.org click on register or have questions call 715-735-1392 or email email@example.com
May 22 through August 28
FLEA & FARMER’S MARKET Village of Crivitz is hosting market on Thursdays and on Friday, July 4. Handmade arts & crafts, antiques & collectables, wood products, vegetables, clothes, jewelry, canned items, plants and much more. For vendor information call Barb Uhl at 715-854-2030.
JAMBOREE 2pm at American Legion Post 146 in Menominee. Food will be served. Call Bill at 715-587-3160 for more information.
MEMORIAL DAY BREAKFAST Breakfast served 8-11am at American Legion Post 146 in Menominee. Menu includes eggs, biscuits & gravy, sausage, hash browns, toast, beverage & dessert. Cost is $6. Tickets sold at Legion. Call Bill at 715-587-3160 for more information.
FREE MARKETING YOURSELF WORKSHOP Marketing Yourself Workshop 40’s plus workshop for job seekers from 10-11:30am at the Job Center of Wisconsin, 1605 University Drive in Marinette. Workshop funded by Bay Area Workforce Development Board in partnership with Goodwill Industries. Reservations for workshops can be made by calling the Marinette Job Center at 715-732-7854 or 715-732-7756.
June 7 & 14
CLASSIC CAMERA CLASS The art of silver gel photography & developing will be offered from 9am-12pm & 1-3pm in the Fine Arts Building, T-149 and dark room at UW-Marinette. Fee is $139 and includes instruction, darkroom supplies, 2 rolls of 35mm film and photo paper. Students will need to supply their own 35 mm camera. Call 715-735-4300 ext 4342 or 4343 to register.
BIRDING HIKE 6-8am at the Harmony Arboretum. Take a guided hike to learn about our native forest bird species. Good walking shoes and insect repellant recommended. Field guides and some binoculars available Free public program. For more information call 715-732-7780. Arboretum is located 7 miles west of Marinette on Hwy 64, then ½ mile south on County E.
June 14 -22
32nd PORTERFIELD COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL Nashville recording stars at Green Acres, 6 miles west of Marinette, just off Hwy 64. Gates open at 9am on June 14. Visit website www.countrymusicfestival.com or for more information call or fax 715-789-2207.
June 14, July 12, Aug. 9, Sept. 13 & Oct. 11
M&M COMMUNITY FLEA MARKETS Marinette and Menominee flea markets will be held the 2nd Saturday of each month at the M&M Plaza in Menominee from 7am – 2pm. Vendor space is free but first come – first serve. Vendors are asked to set up near the old car lot south of Mikolas Jewelry store. (No rain dates). All vendors are asked not to sell fruit, food or baked goods. Have questions call 906-863-4808 or firstname.lastname@example.org
June 17, July 29 & Aug.12
CONCERT SERIES AT STEPHENSON ISLAND The Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce presents concerts at Stephenson Island Performance Center in Marinette on Tuesday evenings 7pm. June 17/Rocker, Rocker, Rocker, July 29/Caravan Gypsy Swing Ensemble and Aug. 12/The Cougars. Concerts are free, bring your lawn chair and enjoy.
3rd ANNUAL JIM HODGE MEMORIAL RUN Run begins 9:30am at the YMCA in Menominee and include a 5k &10k walk/run and 10k/run. Pre-registration will be Friday evening at YMCA from 4-6pm and 8am Saturday morning. Runner and walkers can register online at www.JimHodgeRun.org For more information call Greta at 906-863-8579.
JUNE 25 – 27
SAND LAKE CONSERVATION CAMP 9th annual camp is for Wisconsin & Upper Michigan youth attending grades 6-8 in September. Topics include wildlife ecology, water quality, fisheries, forestry and outdoor skills. For more information call 715-732-7784 or visit www.menomineecounty.com & search Sand Lake Conservation Camp.
June 26, July 17 & Aug 21
CONCERT SERIES AT GREAT LAKES MEMORIAL MARINA PARK The Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce presents concerts at Memorial Marina Band Shell, First Street in Menominee on Thursday evenings at 7pm. June 26/My Sweet Patootie, July 17/The Guilty Wanted and Aug. 21/Community Jazz Ensemble. Concerts are free. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy.
BAMC MENOMINEE RIVER CENTURY BIKE RIDE Ride starts at Marinette High School, Pierce Avenue in Marinette. There is a 15 km (10mile) route, 40 km (25 mile) route, 80 km (50 mile) route and 120 km (75 mile) route.
ART FOR ALL Event is a celebration of art and entertainment featuring an array of unique regional artists and held at Great Lakes Memorial Marina Park, Menominee’s Historic Downtown Waterfront.
July 11 & 12
PESHTIGO COMMUNITY WIDE “RUMMAGE ON THE RIVER” The 5th annual rummage sale is organized by the Peshtigo Chamber of Commerce. For more information e-mail email@example.com or call 715-582-0327.
July 12 & 13
LOGGING & HERITAGE FESTIVAL Festival will be held at Stephenson Island in Marinette with food booths, games and entertainment.
ASTRONOMY AT THE ARBORETUM 9-10:15pm, introduction to stars, constellations, star lore and other space-related topics and includes a stargazing tour. Dress for the weather, hot beverage provided. Free public program. Inclement weather program cancelled. Call 715-732-7780 for more information. Harmony Arboretum is located 7 miles west of Marinette on Hwy 64, then ½ mil south on County E.
July 18, 19 & 20
PORTERFIELD’S CRUISIN OLDIES FESTIVAL & CAR SHOW 12th annual show held at Green Acres, 6 miles west of Marinette, just off Hwy 64. Check out website at www.porterfieldscruisinoldies.com or call 715-789-2130.
MENEKAUNEE OLD TIMERS PICNIC Picnic held noon at Red Arrow Park for anyone age 50 plus with ties to Menekaunee. Bring your own lawn chairs and beverage. Cost $10 by July 21 or $15 if paid later. Make checks payable to Menekaunee Old Timers, 160 W Bay Shore Street, Marinette, WI 54143. Call Sharon at 715-735-5577 with questions.
July 28 – August 3
EAA OSHKOSH AIR VENTURE 2014 World’s greatest aviation celebration held at Wittman Regional Airport. The EAA hosts a variety of activities both on the ground and in the air.
ATV/UTV RIDE Ride to the St. Hubert Shrine Picnic guided by members of the Dun-Good Riders. Ride is open to the public. Riders will leave from North Country Inn in Dunbar at 10am. For more information see club website at www.dungood.com
WATERFRONT FESTIVAL Festival held at Great Lakes Memorial Marina Park, Menominee’s Historic Waterfront. Festival includes entertainment, food booths, children’s games, parade and large fireworks.
SILVER CLIFF FIRE AND RESCUE AUXILIARY PICNIC 10am, parade held along Hwy C, picnic held from 11am-6pm at Silver Cliff Park on Hwy C. Raffles, country store, children’s games, music, fire department water fights, chicken booyah, brats, hamburgers etc.
NORTHREACH WATERFRONT RUN 5k/10k run & 5k walk starts at Veterans Memorial Park in Menominee.
AURORA HALF MARATHON & 5K Run starts at Marinette High School, 2135 Pierce Avenue in Marinette.
PRAIRIE WALK 6-8pm at the Harmony Arboretum. Spend an evening learning what constitutes a prairie and why people are creating or restoring them. Free public program. For more information call 715-732-7780. Arboretum is located 7 miles west of Marinette on Hwy 64, then ½ mile south on County E.