for children in Pre-kindergarten through Grade 6
Enjoy over 50 games created by OFHS music students!
Parade of Costumes will begin at 5:30 p.m.
$2.00 per person at the door
Bring in canned food items for the local food pantry!
The Oconto Falls High School Music Department is proud to sponsor the 25th annual Community Halloween Party for children in grades Pre-K through grade 6 in Oconto Falls and the surrounding areas on Monday, October 27 in the Oconto Falls High School Wrestling Gym. The event will take place from 4:30-6:30 p.m., with a Parade of Costumes scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Many creative games will be organized, designed and operated by over 165 high school students who are members of the Oconto Falls High School Chamber Singers, Cantabile, Chorale, Concert Choir, Vocal Jazz I, Symphonic Band, and Jazz Band. Children and adults are encouraged to bring donated canned food items for the Kingdom Come Food Pantry.
Admission for the event is $2. For more information, please contact Amy Thiel, Choral Director at Oconto Falls High School.
The Associated Bank branch at 134 Main St., Oconto Falls, held a
grand reopening and open house Friday, Sept. 26, to celebrate the
completion of extensive interior and exterior remodeling as well as
enhancements to its ATM technology.
The Oconto Falls Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting
ceremony at noon, followed by brief comments from branch manager
“The extensive and exciting upgrades to our branch reflect both our
continuing commitment to our customers as well as to downtown Oconto
Falls,” Reis said. “We are thrilled that Associated Bank has invested
in our branch to further enhance the banking experience our customers
expect from us.”
Other winners were:
Fifth place: Mike Kallies, Timber Rattlers tickets
Fourth: Jodi Dettman, Milwaukee Bucks tickets
Third: Jo Williquette, Mortell Studio Gift Certificate
Second: Sawyer Marquardt, 2 kayaks
First: Roland Schmidt, ATV and trailer
For decades, renowned newspaper advice columnist Ann Landers responded to countless questions from lovelorn teens, confused couples, and a multitude of others in need of advice on matters small and momentous – like the proper way to hang toilet paper rolls. This one-woman show provides a compelling portrait of this folksy, funny, frank, and slightly eccentric writer and personality. Eppie Lederer was born in Sioux City,Iowa, and for several years was a happy Midwestern housewife. When her family moved to Chicago, she applied for a job to assist the woman writing the syndicated “Ann Landers” advice column for the Chicago Sun-Times. But the woman had just died and Eppie was hired to write the column … and she also inherited the Ann Landers pen-name. At the height of her popularity, Ann Landers was read by some 90 million people. Her daily dialog with America helped shape the social landscape for almost half a century.
Tickets are available by calling the Oconto Falls Friends of the Arts at (920) 848-7469 or online at www.ocontofallsfriendsofthearts.com This performance is sponsored in part by ST Paper, Neva Hodge-Lemorande,
and the N.E. W. Credit Union.